46 Min Released Mar 8, 2016

Viola Davis on Craft, Culture, and Career (Plus: When Fans Turn on Showrunners)

A bittersweet episode featuring an interview with Viola Davis, a fervent defense of Chris Carter, and a fond farewell. Gazelle, Matt, and Margaret look at the case for and against replacing showrunners when shows go south - at least in the eyes of their fans. Plus, a conversation with "How to Get Away With Murder" star Viola Davis on the values that have shaped her 30-year journey to stardom. 

This episode contains spoilers for "How to Get Away With Murder."

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