Diva Deep Dive
Each week Jed Montgomery and Julia Cunningham walks your through the live and career of the most prolific diva's in pop culture history.
This is a show hosted by Entertainment Weekly's Clark Collis, Darren Franich and Keith Staskiewicz who want to explore all of the "weird" news and trends in the world of entertainment, including answers to questions such as, "Does Chewbacca need to wear pants?"
Monday to Friday, 7 - 9 pm ET
Each day Julia Cunningham and Kyle Anderson are live from the West Coast diving deep into the details of pop culture. They are covering talking about all of the shows and movies that you love, to the shows they love to watch so you don't have to. Every weekday your pop culture best friends will bring you everything happening in entertainment, from the West Coast.
Summer Movie Preview
Now - July 31, 2019
EW film critics Leah Greenblatt and Chris Nashawty discuss the biggest movies coming out during the 2019 Summer Box Office season.
Super Hero Insider
Kyle Anderson and EW's Natalie Abrams unpack every DCU TV show in the "Arrowverse" including interviews with the show's biggest stars and producers. With their expert analysis and overall brilliance Kyle and Natalie breakdown a week's worth of shows including, "Arrow," "The Flash," "Legends of Tomorrow," and "Supergirl". Join the conversation using the hashtag #Superheroinsider
“Game of Thrones” Recap
Each week Dalton Ross and Jessica Shaw recap the latest episode of Game of Thrones with James Hubberd EW’s foremost expert.
“The Handmaid’s Tale” Recap
Runs June 5, 2019 - August 14, 2019
Each week Kyle Anderson will recap the latest episode from season 3 of Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale”.
Chris Nashawaty, Critic
Chris Nashawaty joined Entertainment Weekly in 1993 as an editorial assistant. Since then he has served as a correspondent, staff writer, and senior writer before being promoted in 2013 to his current position of film critic. Highlights from his EW career began with his first big profile of fitness guru Richard Simmons. Since then, he has enjoyed interviewing everyone from Russell Crowe, Clint Eastwood, Tom Hanks, and George Clooney to Julia Roberts, Britney Spears, and Jeff Bridges. His favorite feature stories were on Johnny Depp, an old-time bit-part actor who lived at the Motion Picture retirement home, and a profile of Wesley Snipes that was a Luce Award finalist.
Dalton Ross, Assistant Managing Editor
Dalton Ross joined Entertainment Weekly in 1999 as a writer for the Television section. On his ascent to Assistant Managing Editor, he has written EW’s “What to Watch,” a day-to-day guide to notable TV programs, “The Hit List” and the back page column “The Glutton.” Ross has also served as a TV expert on CBS This Morning, NBC’s TODAY Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, The View, CNBC, MTV, ESPN, VH1, Bravo, AMC, Fox 5 and CBS.com. He is a self-confessed reality TV junkie and he TiVo’s sporting events when he’s not writing.
Jess Cagle, Managing Editor
Jess Cagle is one of the country’s most recognizable entertainment journalists. Throughout his career, he has interviewed Hollywood’s biggest celebrities including: Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, Tom Cruise, Ben Stiller, Nicole Kidman, Drew Barrymore, Whitney Houston, Paul Newman, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hanks and Elizabeth Taylor. His frequent television appearances include co-hosting ABC’s Academy Awards red carpet pre-show in 2009, 2010 and 2012. He has appeared on the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, 20/20, CBS This Morning, CNN and every major entertainment program.
Jessica Shaw, Senior Writer
Jessica Shaw has been covering television, movies and style for Entertainment Weekly since 1993. She writes the “What to Watch” section of the magazine, recommending shows to TV fans each week. She also writes the weekly “Shaw Report” column in which she designates what pop culture is in, what’s five minutes ago and what’s out. Shaw has appeared on NBC’s TODAY, ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, CNN’s American Morning, PrimeTime Live, 20/20, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood and countless VH-1 and E! shows.
Weekdays 5 am - 11 am ET
Julia Cunningham is the host of a West Coast based pop culture driven show called LA Daily. Previously, she hosted a daily 3 hour pop culture driven show called News & Notes on Entertainment Weekly Radio for which she won a Gracie Award as best host in the entertainment category. In addition to LA Daily, Julia is the morning DJ for the indie rock music channel, SiriusXMU. Follow her on Twitter @juliasiriusxmu or send her an Email.
As a super-shy geek growing up in the Bronx, NY, Larry Flick had dreams of the big-time rock ‘n’ roll life. With courage and a big sense of humour, he went out on the road as a touring assistant to the Power Station, later becoming a taste-making journalist for Billboard, Vibe and The Advocate. Send Larry an Email.
Lynette Rice is the west coast news editor for Entertainment Weekly, where she has worked since 1999 covering the TV industry. Before that, she covered the medium for The Hollywood Reporter and Broadcasting & Cable.
Mario Correa is a onetime political aide-turned-writer and pop culture commentator (hey, why not?) Before joining News & Notes, he was co-host with Faith Salie of WNYC’s RelationShow, host and co-executive producer of the WRC-TV/NBC4 pilot PowerHouse, DC Correspondent for PRI’s Fair Game, and a writer on the Animal Planet series Whoa! Sunday with Mo Rocca and the PBS documentary Electoral Dysfunction, among other TV projects. A regular contributor to WNYC’s Soundcheck, Mario has also contributed to NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday, The Hollywood Reporter, The Huffington Post, Us Weekly, The Denver Post and The Washington City Paper, among other outlets. Mario’s play, Tail! Spin!, which starred Rachel Dratch and Mo Rocca, was a 2013 GLAAD Media Awards nominee for Best Off-Off Broadway Theatre. Born in Chile, Mario is a naturalized U.S. citizen (naturally).
Melissa Maerz, Senior Writer
Melissa Maerz joined Entertainment Weekly in June 2011 as a Senior Writer to write features for the TV department and as the lead critic for music. Before joining Entertainment Weekly, Maerz worked at the LA Times, as a senior editor at Rolling Stone and as a senior editor at New York magazine, where she created and launched Vulture.com. She has also written for The New York Times, Spin, Wired, GQ, Nylon and more.
Missy Schwartz, Senior Editor
Missy Schwartz edits the Movies and DVD & Streaming review sections in EW as well as various features and special packages. Before becoming an editor in 2010, Missy wrote profiles on celebrities including Tina Fey, Meryl Streep, Penélope Cruz, Viggo Mortensen, France’s former First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, and Sinéad O’Connor. She penned cover stories on the Sex and the City movie, Mad Men, Project Runway, the 2009 surprise horror hit Paranormal Activity, and many others. For years, she covered the film festival circuit, traveling to Sundance, Toronto, and Cannes. She co-hosted the EW.com video series Project Runway Talk with Dalton Ross and Oscar Talk with Dave Karger and was a regular guest on Idolatry. Missy has chatted about various aspects of pop culture on CNN, NBC’s TODAY, the CBS Morning Show, Extra, and more.
Tanner Stransky, Staff Writer
Tanner Stransky, a staff editor at Entertainment Weekly, has been covering TV, music, and style for the magazine since joining the staff as an editorial assistant in 2006. He’s written prolifically for both the magazine and website, including a recent cover story on The Good Wife, an exhaustive oral history on Roseanne, memorable profiles on both Ke$ha and the Jonas Brothers, and extensive blogging for EW.com about RuPaul’s Drag Race, Ugly Betty, and Desperate Housewives.
Tim Stack, Senior Writer
Tim Stack, a senior writer at Entertainment Weekly, has been covering TV, film, music, and style for the magazine since 2005. He’s written stories on everyone from Jimmy Fallon to Tyler Perry to cover stories on American Horror Story, Tyra Banks, The Hills, Scream 4, Gossip Girl and Glee.Tim has served as a TV expert on NBC’s TODAY, Extra, Showbiz Tonight, TV Guide Channel, CNN, Inside Edition, VH-1, and more.