Friday brings with it a visit from Sabrina the Teenage Witch herself, Kiernan Shipka! She’ll visit alongside the wonderful Michelle Gomez, and they’ll both discuss what’s to come on the new season of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, available now! Plus Leah Greenblatt talks new movies (including Shazam!) and we’ll wrap the week up with a look at the UAA Must List.
A pair of TV creators grace the Thursday edition of UP ALL AFTERNOON. First Whiskey Cavalier creator David Hemingson stops by to talk about his new hit series, and then The Tick mastermind Ben Edlund takes us inside the new season of the show (arriving Friday April 5 on Amazon Prime).
Comedian, podcast host and friend of show Jimmy Pardo makes his weekly visit to chat about movies, TV, and fantasy baseball, plus we’ll play Chart Flashback. Then we’ll dive deep into the 2004 film The Girl Next Door with EW’s Darren Franich for a fresh entry in our Most Millennial Movies series!
You know her from It and Sharp Objects, and now actress Sophia Lillis is the new Nancy Drew in Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase, out today on Blu Ray. We’ll talk to her about the new movie and upcoming projects, and then we’ll get into another entry of the Complete History of the WB with a look at the short-lived sorta-spinoff of Dawson’s Creek called Young Americans!
A fresh week at UP ALL AFTERNOON begins with a visit from Barry star, Emmy winner, and officially the Nicest Guy in Hollywood, Henry Winkler! We’ll also chat with legendary film director Mike Leigh (Happy-Go-Lucky, Secrets & Lies) about his new historical epic Peterloo (in theaters this Friday, April 5).
Your weekend begins with the Friday UP ALL AFTERNOON, featuring a visit from Entertainment Weekly film critic Leah Greenblatt to review the weekend’s new releases, including Greta and A Madea Family Funeral. Plus we’ll wrap up the week with a run through the UP ALL AFTERNOON Must List!
Author of the most excellent video game history Console Wars Blake J. Harris drops in on Thursday’s UP ALL AFTERNOON to chat about his latest book The History of the Future: Oculus, Facebook and the Revolution That Swept Virtual Reality. Plus all the latest pop culture news and a look at the weekend box office.
Star of The Tick and host of Blank Check With Griffin & David Griffin Newman makes his return to the show to discuss The Tick season two and the films of Tim Burton. Plus musical sister duo Lily & Madeleine come through to talk about their fantastic new album Canterbury Girls.
A new week begins on UP ALL AFTERNOON with a look at last night’s Oscars telecast, with all the ups and downs and winners and losers. Plus a conversation with The Crying Game and Interview With the Vampire director Neil Jordan about his excellent new thriller Greta!
Your long holiday weekend begins with UP ALL AFTERNOON! Entertainment Weekly film critic Leah Greenblatt calls in to weigh in on new movies, plus we run through the UAA Must List and we dive into the first Soundtrack of My Life of 2019 with a dive into Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds’ Live at Luther College on its 20th birthday.
The Thursday edition of UP ALL AFTERNOON welcomes back friend of show Patrick Fischler (alongside writer/director Henry Dunham) to chat about their new film The Standoff at Sparrow Creek, which is in theaters and on demand this Friday! Then comedian Liza Treyger stops by to talk about her latest special The Degenerates on Netflix!
A jam-packed UP ALL AFTERNOON welcomes in actress Harley Quinn Smith to discuss her new film All These Small Moments, which is in theaters and on demand this Friday. Then comedian Jena Friedman returns to discuss the latest edition of Soft Focus, which returns to Adult Swim this Sunday! And of course Jimmy Pardo stops by and we dive back into the Complete History of the WB with a look at Zoey Duncan Jack & Jane!
Entertainment Weekly film critic Leah Greenblatt visits to discuss the new releases in theaters, including The Upside and A Dog’s Way Home. Plus we finally break down the absolute masterpiece If Beale Street Could Talk. Does Leah agree that it’s a damn masterpiece? Find out! Plus the week wraps up with the Up All Afternoon Must List!
Brilliant comedian, legendary Never Not Funny podcast host and friend of show Jimmy Pardo makes his first appearance in 2019 to let us know what Oliver got for Christmas and to play Chart Flashback. Then we take a look at the premiere of Charmed in the ongoing series The Complete History of the WB!
In UP ALL AFTERNOON’s continued effort to define the films of the 2000s, Entertainment Weekly TV critic Darren Franich joins the show to talk about The Fast & The Furious and 2 Fast 2 Furious. Plus a visit from movie writer Piya Sinha-Roy!
An absolutely stacked UP ALL AFTERNOON features visits from Tia Mowry (discussing her new Netflix series Family Reunion and her holiday movie My Christmas Inn), actor David Ajala (breaking down the new SyFy series Nightflyers as well as his role on this season of Supergirl) and former The Office star and showrunner Paul Lieberstein (who has a lovely new film called Song of Back and Neck). Plus the favorite pop culture thing of 2018 from EW’s Dana Schwartz!
December begins on UP ALL AFTERNOON with rock icon Tom Morello to discuss his new solo album The Atlas Underground. Then actor Lukas Haas joins the show to talk about two movies he’s currently in: First Man and Widows, both in theaters now! We’ll also kick off our month of favorite pop culture things of 2018 with EW’s Darren Franich and EW Radio’s Steve Sturniolo!