43 Min Released Jan 5, 2016

Netflix’s “Making a Murderer” and Directorial Artistry on TV

Joined by TV historian Stephen Bowie, we discuss the evolution of the role of the director in scripted television. As Stephen tells us, TV directors have been innovators since the 50’s, but they’ve only recently begun to gain notoriety for their efforts. Plus: the moral issues raised by the narrative structure of Netflix’s “Making a Murderer.”
Making a Murderer 16:24 - 43:04

The Vulture TV Podcast

The Vulture TV Podcast

TV talk from New York Magazine's Vulture blog

Go To Show Page
TV & Film

More Episodes

Spark Oy! Edition

Slate's Culture Gabfest

Dana Stevens, Laura Miller, and Mike Pesca discuss the film The Revenant, Marie Kondo's latest book for wannabe neat freaks, and whether profanity exposes a worldview.   The Slate Culture Gabfest is brought to you by BollandBranch.com, the...

59 Min

Jan 6, 2016

Jobs Growth Led By Heath Care in Coming Decade

WSJ Your Money Matters

Health-related jobs in areas such as home health care and hospitals will grow by about 3.7 million jobs by 2026, according to a new report released by the Labor Department. The Wall Street Journal's Sharon Nunn has the latest on further jobs growth.

3 Min

Oct 27, 2017

Episode 49: Action Bronson

Bon Appétit Foodcast

Before he was a rapper, Action Bronson went to cu…

28 Min

Feb 17, 2016