Will Forte

actor and showrunner

Guest

Actor and showrunner of The Last Man on Earth

Will Forte on KCRW

In Fox's  The Last Man on Earth  ,  Will Forte plays Phil Miller, a nice enough guy driven to the brink when he believes he's the only person left in the world.

'The Last Man on Earth'

In Fox's The Last Man on Earth , Will Forte plays Phil Miller, a nice enough guy driven to the brink when he believes he's the only person left in the world.

from The Business

Showrunners and stars from three different shows from three different networks join Michael Schneider for a panel discussion about the creative forces that drive their programs.

'Portlandia,' 'Togetherness' and 'Last Man on Earth' Panel

Showrunners and stars from three different shows from three different networks join Michael Schneider for a panel discussion about the creative forces that drive their programs.

from The Spin-off

More from KCRW

Actress Uzo Aduba on therapy as process.

from The Treatment

The 400-year-old play is being reimagined by the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles as a virtual live-action graphic novel. You can stream it on-demand until July 30.

from KCRW Features

“I want to end the conservatorship ma’am,” pop star Britney Spears told a judge at her latest conservatorship hearing Wednesday in Downtown Los Angeles.

from KCRW Features

Multi-hyphenate Daveed Diggs has a lot going on, including writing and producing his new series on Starz, “Blindspotting.”

from The Business

"Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain" captures the sweep of the chef-turned-TV-celebrity's life in captivating detail.

from Film Reviews

More than a dozen children died in the last five years while in the custody of LA’s Department of Children and Family Services.

from Greater LA

An explosion rocked a South LA residential neighborhood on Wednesday when the LA Police Department tried to detonate a cache of illegal fireworks they seized earlier in the day.

from Greater LA

Last summer, Thompson went back to his favorite place in the world: Provincetown, Massachusetts. The visit was bittersweet, however.

from KCRW Features

Barry Diller, who made his name as a powerful studio boss, recently told NPR that “the movie business is over.”

from The Business