For the first time in its 19-year history James Lipton welcomes a father-daughter pairing to the stage with Bruce Dern and Laura Dern, delving into both their careers, as well as their personal relationship.
Arrested Development has won six Primetime Emmy awards including Outstanding Comedy Series in 2004, and Time magazine included it in its All-Time 100 TV Shows list. Lipton, who has a recurring guest role on Arrested Development as prison warden Stefan Gentiles, will be joined by Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Alia Shawkat, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, and creator Mitch Hurwitz. In the episode, series creator Mitch Hurwitz unveils his real-life inspiration behind the Banana Stand and the personal meaning behind the name 'Maeby'. Find out the stars' favourite season four moments, which cast member swore off television after many false starts, who moonlights as a teacher, and the genesis of Portia de Rossi's name.
A married couple go shopping for meat at an Australian supermarket.
Host James Lipton's studious research and enlightened curiosity inspires the world's most accomplished artists, from actors and directors to musicians and comedians, to open up and confess their deepest thoughts about their craft.
A man phones emergency services to call an ambulance for his heavily pregnant wife.
Host James Lipton asks Fey about her comedy roots in Chicago, being the first female head writer for Saturday Night Live, hosting the Golden Globes with Amy Poehler, and her role in national politics as a Sarah Palin impersonator.
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Aaron's friends surprise him with a birthday cake and discuss the preparations for his impending birthday party.
This documentary follows the inspirational stories of six students in the first-ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee in Canada as they strive to make it to the national championships in Toronto.
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Hosted by James Lipton, this program welcomes the cast of the critically acclaimed horror drama, The Walking Dead. Cast members Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun and executive producers Robert Kirkman and Scott M Gimple join Lipton to discuss the history of this renowned series. Based on the comic book series of the same name, The Walking Dead follows a group of survivors who have entered a post-apocalyptic world taken over by zombies where humans struggle to adapt and fight for their lives.
Hosted by James Lipton, this program presents a hilarious and heart-warming episode with Academy Award-nominated actor Steve Carell. On the Actors Studio stage, Carell reflects on his early days in the business, both as a student and teacher of The Second City, followed by his successful segue from the small screen to the silver screen. Carell also discusses his celebrated work in renowned films such as The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Little Miss Sunshine, Crazy Stupid Love, Get Smart and Foxcatcher, along with his unforgettable portrayal of Michael Scott in the comedy series, The Office, which earned him a 2006 Golden Globe Award and multiple Emmy nominations. Specifically, Carell opens up about his affinity for portraying 'losers', a recurring theme throughout his career, as well as his overall appreciation for the opportunity to work in the rising entertainment industry.
Host Lipton sits down with the four-time Emmy-winner in light of his titular role in the new biographical drama film, Trumbo, where Cranston plays Dalton Trumbo, a top Hollywood screenwriter who was blacklisted for political reasons. Through the episode, Cranston intimately recalls his early days, including a defining moment in his childhood when he went from an outgoing and happy youth to a recluse after his father left his family. He carefully navigates some of his most well-known roles and the challenges that came along with them, including how he shaped his quirky paternal character, Hal, in Malcom in the Middle, and how he drew inspiration from his own broken father when creating his vision for the iconic character of Walter White. You will also be heartened to learn of the actor's powerful thoughts while shooting one of the most pivotal scenes from Breaking Bad, as well as what Cranston believes to be Walter's ultimate 'truth'.
The Emmy-winning series hosted by James Lipton, presents a laugh-out-loud episode with iconic stand-up comedian Sarah Silverman. Host James Lipton sits down with the two-time Emmy-winning performer in anticipation of her leading role in the film, I Smile Back. With a versatile career including film, television, stand-up comedy, and more, Silverman takes the audience from her childhood to the established success she endures today.
Former stand-up comedian Kilph Nesteroff takes a look at what it takes to be a comic, seeking out rookie and veteran comics to uncover hidden truths of the profession to reveal the universal humanity behind the craft of comedy. Bombing strikes fear in the heart of every stand-up. Kilph hits the open mic scene for answers, with help from Attell, Lange, Birbiglia, and Hedberg.
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