The Treatment

The Treatment

The Treatment is a compelling listen to the vital conversations about the catalysts of creative inspiration. Following some of the most interesting, influential, and crossover creators in the world of entertainment, fashion, sports, and the arts, we hear from tastemakers who are the very fabric that forms popular culture.

David Krumholtz talks working with Christopher Nolan on “Oppenheimer” and tapping into his curmudgeonly instincts to play the titular role in “Lousy Carter.”

David Krumholtz channels his inner curmudgeon for ‘Lousy Carter’

David Krumholtz talks working with Christopher Nolan on “Oppenheimer” and tapping into his curmudgeonly instincts to play the titular role in “Lousy Carter.”

Multi-hyphenate creative Andrew McCarthy dishes on all of the complicated feelings that led him to make his new Hulu documentary, “Brats.”

Andrew McCarthy’s new documentary is ‘brat summer’ canon

Multi-hyphenate creative Andrew McCarthy dishes on all of the complicated feelings that led him to make his new Hulu documentary, “Brats.”

“Hacks” co-creator Jen Statsky credits “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” pilot as tremendously influential on her path to becoming a TV comedy writer.

‘Hacks’ co-creator Jen Statsky on ‘the greatest TV comedy pilot’

“Hacks” co-creator Jen Statsky credits “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” pilot as tremendously influential on her path to becoming a TV comedy writer.

Genre-spanning filmmaker Richard LaGravenese gives us the scoop on his latest, the Netflix romp “A Family Affair” starring Nicole Kidman and Zac Effron.

Filmmaker Richard LaGravenese on his new Netflix rom-com ‘A Family Affair’

Genre-spanning filmmaker Richard LaGravenese gives us the scoop on his latest, the Netflix romp “A Family Affair” starring Nicole Kidman and Zac Effron.

Multi-disciplinary artist Vince Staples emphasizes the importance of connecting with his fans, staying grounded, and maintaining authenticity in his art.

Vince Staples on maintaining a connection with creativity and his fans

Multi-disciplinary artist Vince Staples emphasizes the importance of connecting with his fans, staying grounded, and maintaining authenticity in his art.

Pulitzer prize winning TV critic Emily Nussbaum gets real about the evolution of reality TV — including its potential impact on the American presidency.

Emily Nussbaum on reality TV’s origins and real world impact

Pulitzer prize winning TV critic Emily Nussbaum gets real about the evolution of reality TV — including its potential impact on the American presidency.

Author and historian Philip Gefter reflects on his passion for architecture and delights in sharing the story of building his glass dream house.

Philip Gefter on the magic of living in a glass house

Author and historian Philip Gefter reflects on his passion for architecture and delights in sharing the story of building his glass dream house.

Writer Carrie Courogen breaks down the somewhat daunting task of bringing the brilliant-yet-elusive Elaine May’s life story into focus.

‘Miss May Does Not Exist’ casts Elaine May as the leading lady of her own life

Writer Carrie Courogen breaks down the somewhat daunting task of bringing the brilliant-yet-elusive Elaine May’s life story into focus.

Multi-Oscar winning actor Sean Penn speaks on the “giddy” experience of making “Daddio,” his character-focused new film with Dakota Johnson.

‘Daddio’ re-ignites Sean Penn’s joy for making movies

Multi-Oscar winning actor Sean Penn speaks on the “giddy” experience of making “Daddio,” his character-focused new film with Dakota Johnson.

John Leguizamo tells us all about starting the new, free streaming service The Network — home to his anthology drama series “The Green Veil.”

John Leguizamo’s new streaming service, The Network, hosts his ‘best work yet’

John Leguizamo tells us all about starting the new, free streaming service The Network — home to his anthology drama series “The Green Veil.”

Costume designer Ellen Mirojnick shares how the 1958 film Auntie Mame shaped her artistically with its blend of humor, glamor, and dynamic eccentricity.

Ellen Mirojnick on the magic of ‘Auntie Mame’

Costume designer Ellen Mirojnick shares how the 1958 film Auntie Mame shaped her artistically with its blend of humor, glamor, and dynamic eccentricity.

Actress and comedian Susie Essman reflects on playing an iconic force-of-nature (also named Susie) for 24 years in Larry David’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

Susie Essman on her 24 years as Susie Greene in ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’

Actress and comedian Susie Essman reflects on playing an iconic force-of-nature (also named Susie) for 24 years in Larry David’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

Shapeshifting actor Bill Pullman unpacks his latest role as convicted killer Alex Murdaugh in the Lifetime miniseries “Murdaugh Murders: The Movie.”

Bill Pullman wishes he hadn’t waited so long to work in TV

Shapeshifting actor Bill Pullman unpacks his latest role as convicted killer Alex Murdaugh in the Lifetime miniseries “Murdaugh Murders: The Movie.”

Acclaimed actor André Holland (“Moonlight,” “The Knick”) breaks down his portrayal of Black Panther Party leader Huey P. Newton for Apple TV+’s “The Big Cigar.”

André Holland on portraying Huey P. Newton for ‘The Big Cigar’

Acclaimed actor André Holland (“Moonlight,” “The Knick”) breaks down his portrayal of Black Panther Party leader Huey P. Newton for Apple TV+’s “The Big Cigar.”

Director Todd Haynes discusses John Schlesinger's 1971 film "Sunday Bloody Sunday," highlighting its specificity and sophistication.

Todd Haynes on John Schlesinger’s 1971 film ‘Sunday Bloody Sunday’

Director Todd Haynes discusses John Schlesinger's 1971 film "Sunday Bloody Sunday," highlighting its specificity and sophistication.

Emmy winning comedy impressaria, Maya Rudolph, revels in the joy of messy characters and season two of her Apple TV+ series “Loot.”

Making ‘Loot’ with Maya Rudolph

Emmy winning comedy impressaria, Maya Rudolph, revels in the joy of messy characters and season two of her Apple TV+ series “Loot.”

Writer-director Richard Linklater joins “The Treatment,” to talk hard work, self-acceptance, and making his films as real as possible.

Richard Linklater’s ‘Hit Man’ keeps it real

Writer-director Richard Linklater joins “The Treatment,” to talk hard work, self-acceptance, and making his films as real as possible.

Actor and director Ethan Hawke sells us on his idea of “real” cinema by extolling the virtues of 1981’s Reds — starring Warren Beatty and Diane Keaton.

Ethan Hawke on Warren Beatty’s 1981 ‘masterpiece,’ ‘Reds’

Actor and director Ethan Hawke sells us on his idea of “real” cinema by extolling the virtues of 1981’s Reds — starring Warren Beatty and Diane Keaton.

Oscar-winning filmmaker Ron Howard’s latest work “Jim Henson: Idea Man” dives deep into the life and work of the muppets’ creator.

Ron Howard talks ‘Jim Henson: Idea Man’

Oscar-winning filmmaker Ron Howard’s latest work “Jim Henson: Idea Man” dives deep into the life and work of the muppets’ creator.

Renée Elise Goldsberry tells all about Wickie Roy — her scene stealing character on “Girls5Eva” — and performing original songs for her own documentary.

Renée Elise Goldsberry talks ‘Girls5Eva’ and documenting her life

Renée Elise Goldsberry tells all about Wickie Roy — her scene stealing character on “Girls5Eva” — and performing original songs for her own documentary.