Downton Abbey Town Hall
Tues 12/24 6:00 pm ET
The editor of Entertainment Weekly, Jess Cagle, sits down with the cast of the BBC hit including Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael, Rob James-Collier, Allen Leech, Phyllis Logan and Lesley Nicol.
EW Morning LiveMonday to Friday, 8:00 am - 10:00 am ET Entertainment Weekly's Dalton Ross and Survivor winner and TV host Jenna Morasca host a live weekday morning show discussing all things pop culture: movies, TV, music and more. Hosts Dalton and Jenna share their perspectives on what is best (and worst) in daily entertainment options, talk to some of today's biggest stars, and hear from listeners about their latest entertainment obsessions.
TV RecapMonday to Friday, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET
Each day, a revolving cast of hosts, including Entertainment Weekly's Jessica Shaw, Henry Goldblatt and Melissa Maerz recap TV shows from the previous night, diving deep into shocking moments and jaw-dropping plot twists—as well as preview upcoming episodes and casting. The live one-hour show features interviews with the stars, creators and writers of TV's most popular series, and listeners are encouraged to call in to voice their opinions and relive unforgettable moments.
Editor's HourMonday to Friday, 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET The editors of Entertainment Weekly are now the most trusted voices on the radio. The Editor's Hour features a weekly show hosted by Entertainment Weekly Editor, Jess Cagle, as well as the magazine and website's movies, music and TV editors, answering questions from listeners, taking them behind-the-scenes of some of the biggest projects in Hollywood, and providing insight into pop culture's biggest trends.
News & NotesMonday to Friday, 3:00 - 6:00 pm ETDaily, three hour, live show hosted by Faith Salie and Julia Cunningham that keeps listeners updated on the day's entertainment news and the hottest topics in pop culture, including music, movies, books and theater. News & Notes keeps listeners informed on what to watch on TV every evening — and what will last a few days on the DVR.
Entertainment Weirdly Mondays at 1:00 pm ETThis is a show hosted by Entertainment Weekly's Clark Collis, Darren Franich and Keith Staskiewicz who want to explore all of the "weird" news and trends in the world of entertainment, including answers to questions such as "does Chewbacca need to wear pants?".
Women on PopTuesdays at 1:00 pm ETHosted by three of Entertainment Weekly's female staffers, Melissa Maerz, Jessica Shaw and Sara Vilkomerson, this live weekly show is based on their daily ritual of discussing pop culture from a woman's perspective as friends and colleagues at the magazine.
Inside TVTuesdays at 8:00 pm ETEW's Lynette Rice gives the inside scoop and industry news in the world of TV.
The Movie Critic Show with Owen GleibermanWednesdays at 1:00 pm ETVeteran Entertainment Weekly critic Owen Gleiberman will share with movie fans his reviews of the best and worst in movies released each week as well as some of his favorite films in this live weekly show.
BullseyeThursdays at 1:00 pm ET
Hear this live radio counterpart to the popular feature in the magazine hosted by Entertainment Weekly's Tim Stack as he reviews the week's major "hits" and "misses" in pop culture and entertainment.
Jenna Morasca | @JennaMorascaWinner of CBS’ Survivor Amazon and purveyor of pop culture, Morasca is the new morning co-host of SiriusXM Radio’s collaboration with Entertainment Weekly. A natural in front of the camera, Morasca hosted the 2013 and 2012 Daytime Emmy nominated show, Everyday Health, and has a blog called “Jenna’s Polished Life,” which talks fashion, fitness, beauty trends and celebrity news.
Dalton Ross, Assistant Managing EditorDalton Ross joined Entertainment Weekly in 1999 as a writer for the Television section. On his ascent to Assistant Managing Editor, he has written EW’s “What to Watch,” a day-to-day guide to notable TV programs, “The Hit List” and the back page column "The Glutton." Ross has also served as a TV expert on CBS This Morning, NBC’s TODAY Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, The View, CNBC, MTV, ESPN, VH1, Bravo, AMC, Fox 5 and CBS.com. He is a self-confessed reality TV junkie and he TiVo’s sporting events when he’s not writing.
Jess Cagle, Managing EditorJess Cagle is one of the country's most recognizable entertainment journalists. Throughout his career, he has interviewed Hollywood’s biggest celebrities including: Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, Tom Cruise, Ben Stiller, Nicole Kidman, Drew Barrymore, Whitney Houston, Paul Newman, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hanks and Elizabeth Taylor. His frequent television appearances include co-hosting ABC's Academy Awards red carpet pre-show in 2009, 2010 and 2012. He has appeared on the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, 20/20, CBS This Morning, CNN and every major entertainment program.
Melissa Maerz, Senior WriterMelissa Maerz joined Entertainment Weekly in June 2011 as a Senior Writer to write features for the TV department and as the lead critic for music. Before joining Entertainment Weekly, Maerz worked at the LA Times, as a senior editor at Rolling Stone and as a senior editor at New York magazine, where she created and launched Vulture.com. She has also written for The New York Times, Spin, Wired, GQ, Nylon and more.
Jessica Shaw, Senior WriterJessica Shaw has been covering television, movies and style for Entertainment Weekly since 1993. She writes the “What to Watch” section of the magazine, recommending shows to TV fans each week. She also writes the weekly “Shaw Report” column in which she designates what pop culture is in, what’s five minutes ago and what’s out. Shaw has appeared on NBC’s TODAY, ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, CNN’s American Morning, PrimeTime Live, 20/20, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood and countless VH-1 and E! shows.
Tanner Stransky, Staff WriterTanner Stransky, a staff editor at Entertainment Weekly, has been covering TV, music, and style for the magazine since joining the staff as an editorial assistant in 2006. He’s written prolifically for both the magazine and website, including a recent cover story on The Good Wife, an exhaustive oral history on Roseanne, memorable profiles on both Ke$ha and the Jonas Brothers, and extensive blogging for EW.com about RuPaul’s Drag Race, Ugly Betty, and Desperate Housewives.
Owen Gleiberman, Movie CriticOwen Gleiberman has been a movie critic for Entertainment Weekly since the magazine’s launch in February 1990.He attended the University of Michigan and, during the 1980s, worked as a film critic for the Boston Phoenix. Gleiberman has appeared on numerous local and national television programs as a critic for Entertainment Weekly, including The Charlie Rose Show on PBS, Fox News Channel’s The O’Reilly Factor, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, and MTV’s Week In Rock. He also appears regularly on the NY1 news channel and the BBC.
Tim Stack, Senior WriterTim Stack, a senior writer at Entertainment Weekly, has been covering TV, film, music, and style for the magazine since 2005. He’s written stories on everyone from Jimmy Fallon to Tyler Perry to cover stories on American Horror Story, Tyra Banks, The Hills, Scream 4, Gossip Girl and Glee.Tim has served as a TV expert on NBC’s TODAY, Extra, Showbiz Tonight, TV Guide Channel, CNN, Inside Edition, VH-1, and more.
Faith SalieFaith Salie is a television and national public radio host, political and pop culture commentator, interviewer, “ethics expert,” journalist, and actor. Faith is a regular contributor to CBS News Sunday Morning and NPR’s Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me. As a commentator on politics and current events, Faith has appeared on CNN, HLN, Fox News, The Ricki Lake Show, Anderson, and OWN. She’s written for Oprah.com, Slate.com, and CNN.com and The Huffington Post. Faith graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard and she received her Master’s degree in Modern Literature at Oxford University, where her Rhodes classmates went on to become governors and mayors while she landed on a Star Trek collectible trading card worth hundreds of cents.
Lynette RiceLynette Rice is the west coast news editor for Entertainment Weekly, where she has worked since 1999 covering the TV industry. Before that, she covered the medium for The Hollywood Reporter and Broadcasting & Cable.
Julia | emailOriginally from Indiana, Julia can now be found wandering the Lower East Side, East Village and Brooklyn in search of a good live show. Julia keeps you updated on the hottest pop culture and entertainment news as a host for Entertainment Weekly’s segment News & Notes. She also works behind the scenes for SiriusXMU on the award-winning Blog Radio and Sirius XMU Sessions. Find her on Twitter @juliasiriusxmu
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