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36 Min Released May 18, 2016

What Does "Peak TV" Mean for the People Who Make TV?

Vulture's Joe Adalian and Maria Elena Fernandez spent months interviewing sources throughout the television industry - actors, showrunners, crew members, and even caterers - about the opportunities and challenges of making television in the era of Peak TV. Is everyone getting rich? Are showrunners delighted or miserable? Why is it so hard to rent a crane in Vancouver? Joe and Maria Elena have the answers to these and many more of Gazelle and Matt's questions. 

No spoilers this week - enjoy!

The Vulture TV Podcast

The Vulture TV Podcast

TV talk from New York Magazine's Vulture blog

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