This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes actor and director Ben Stiller, whose newest project as director is the Apple TV+ series "Severance." Then actress Chloë Sevigny speaks about her latest role as a mother in crisis in the Hulu true crime series “The Girl from Plainville.” And finally on The Treat, music journalist and author of “Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop,” Danyel Smith tells us about the Midnight Star album that brings it all back.
‘Severance,’ ‘The Girl from Plainville’ and the 80s R&B songs that still make music journalist Danyel Smith want to dance
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From this Episode:
Actor and director Ben Stiller on creating alternative realities in his work
Actor Ben Stiller is known for comedic roles in films such as “There’s Something About Mary,” “Meet the Parents,” and “Zoolander,” but in recent years, his attention has...
Actress Chloë Sevigny on ‘quiet’ acting
Actress Chloë Sevigny is known for her steady work in independent films and for often being a first time director’s muse. She is currently starring in both the Hulu limited...