The week begins on UP ALL AFTERNOON with the usual Monday features, including Last Week in Late Night and the Monday Mixtape. We also take the time to remember the late Stan Lee, who passed away at the age of 95 and is one of the most important pop culture creators in history.
Entertainment Weekly’s resident awards expert Piya Sinha-Roy visits the Thursday UP ALL AFTERNOON to talk about the latest developments in the movie world. Plus our celebration of Thanksgiving continues with a spin through the Steve Martin/John Candy classic Planes Trains & Automobiles.
Friday’s UP ALL AFTERNOON welcomes in Entertainment Weekly film critic Leah Greenblatt to discuss new movies in theaters, including the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody and the festival favorite Boy Erased. Plus we’ll open up the mailbag and celebrate the 20th birthday of Alanis Morissette’s Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie.
UP ALL AFTERNOON begins November with a visit from actress and activist Ricki Lake, who will be discussing her new film Weed the People. Also, Entertainment Weekly’s Darren Franich stops by for another round of our Most Millennial Movies series with a focus on The Matrix Reloaded.
The week ends and the weekend begins with UP ALL AFTERNOON! Entertainment Weekly film critic Leah Greenblatt calls in to discuss new movies in theaters (and we have an early discussion about festival darling and Oscar contender Boy Erased). Plus the weekly Streaming Alert and the UAA Must List!
Thursday’s UP ALL AFTERNOON welcomes Speechless star Cedric Yarbrough. (Do we discuss the time he sang on stage with Prince? We do!) Then actress Danielle Burgess (The Deuce, The Sinner) swings through to talk about her just-in-time-for-Halloween horror movie Killer Kate!
A rip-roaring Wednesday edition of UP ALL AFTERNOON welcomes back friend of show and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star Lucy Davis! Then Chris Gethard returns to discuss his amazing new book Lose Well and Chris Coy visits to chat about the new film The Frontrunner and the second season of The Deuce!
A fully loaded UP ALL AFTERNOON awaits you on Wednesday. First, the creative team behind the new Halloween, director David Gordon Green and co-writer Danny McBride, reveal the secrets of their resurrection of Michael Myers. Then, in celebration of the film’s 10th anniversary, Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke shares stories about the development of one of the largest cultural phenomena of the 21st century.
Monday’s UP ALL AFTERNOON begins with a visit from The Rookie star Nathan Fillion to discuss his new show, and then actor Stephen Tobolowsky stops by to spin some tales and plug his new creature feature Strange Nature! Plus the Monday Mixtape and the Last Week in Late Night.
Friday’s eclectic UP ALL AFTERNOON welcomes Olympic gold medalist Tara Lipinski to talk about her role on the excellent Jim Carrey-starring Showtime series Kidding! Then stellar actor and Veep star Gary Cole swings by to talk about the new Adult Swim special Harvey Birdman, Attorney General.
Exceptionally funny human Janet Varney stops by Thursday’s UP ALL AFTERNOON to talk about her new series Fortune Rookie and the return of Stan Against Evil! Then Josh Singer, the screenwriter of the hotly anticipated awards season flick First Man, drops by to reveal the process of reconstructing the life of Neil Armstrong!
A fresh week begins on UP ALL AFTERNOON with the usual Monday staples (Monday Mixtape, Last Week in Late Night) plus a visit from YA author Lauren Oliver to discuss her new book Broken Things (in stores now) and her upcoming Amazon pilot Panic!
The Friday edition of UP ALL AFTERNOON welcomes Matthew Koma, frontman of the awesome new band Winnetka Bowling League! Plus EW movie critic Leah Greenblatt calls in to give us the scoop on new releases and we’ll run through the UP ALL AFTERNOON Must List!