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Pop Culture Weekly with Kyle McMahon is a weekly show covering movies, music, TV, streaming and everything in between and features interviews with your favorite celebrities!

  • 57 minutes 22 seconds
    Our Favorite Summer Movies Ever! (As Of Now)
    In this exciting episode of Pop Culture Weekly, the rotating panel of guest hosts returns, this time with the delightful Amanda Baez.  

    In 'What's Out This Week', they examine the evolution of Eminem's personas, focusing on the return of Slim Shady on his latest album, "The Death of Slim Shady (Coup de Grâce)." They discuss Katy Perry's new single "Woman's World" off her upcoming album 143 & explore JoJo Siwa's release of her "Guilty Pleasure" album - as well as her controversial comments about creating a new genre called "gay pop." 

    And they both share their excitement for the new film 'Longlegs' exploring its intriguing plot involving an FBI agent and the occult. Kyle and Amanda also discuss the pros and cons of movie trailers and Kyle's love for the Regal Unlimited Pass.

    In 'What We Watched This Week', they discuss the latest films and TV shows they watched, including "MaXXXine", "A Quiet Place: Day One," and the latest "House of the Dragon" episode.

    The Feature Presentation finds them sharing their favorite summer movies, from nostalgic picks like "The Sandlot" to classics like "Jaws." The conversation also touches on our marine biology aspirations, the impact of the National Lampoon's Vacation movies, and the joys of tracking films on Letterboxd. Join us as we celebrate the magic of cinema and the unique ways movies connect us to our past and each other - in Summer and beyond.

    Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss is now streaming: https://www.deathandgrief.show/Chapter-One-The-Diagnosis-AKA-WTF/

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    16 July 2024, 10:00 am
  • 32 minutes
    A Capitol Fourth 2024: Darren Criss, Alfonso Ribeiro, Sheila E, Sister Sledge & More!
    Get ready for an unforgettable episode of Pop Culture Weekly! Kyle McMahon is live from the West Lawn of the United States Capitol for rehearsals for PBS annual A Capitol Fourth 2024.  He chats with the incredibly talented stars like Darren Criss, Fitz & Noelle of Fitz & The Tantrums and Loren Allred, known for her mesmerizing vocals in "The Greatest Showman." 

    He's joined by a diverse array of stars who bring their unique flair to the celebrations. Pianist Chloe Flower talks about her love of high fashion and how it perfectly complements her captivating performances. Then, Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson East gives us a glimpse into her exhilarating experience of participating in the Fourth of July festivities, likening it to the thrill of competing at the Olympics again. We also catch up with Sister Sledge featuring Sledgendary, who share the joys and challenges of performing beloved American classics while navigating family dynamics on stage.

    Our episode wouldn't be complete without insights from the charming host Alfonso Ribeiro shares his enthusiasm for traveling America in his RV, his passion for golf, and the unifying spirit of the Fourth of July. Meanwhile, Sheila E. reflects on her new salsa album and the lasting impact of iconic artists like Tito Puente and Celia Cruz on her musical journey. And of course, Kyle talks with Broadway star Darren Criss, who takes you behind the scenes of his performances for "A Capitol Fourth," celebrating the phenomenal work by Capital Concerts and providing crucial details on how to catch this must-see event. Tune in and join the celebration!

    PBS A Capitol Fourth airs live on PBS July 4th, 2024 at 8pm EST as well as Facebook and YouTube. The special will remain on demand on YouTube, Facebook, and the PBS site.

    Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss is now streaming: https://www.deathandgrief.show/Chapter-One-The-Diagnosis-AKA-WTF/

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    4 July 2024, 9:34 pm
  • 16 minutes 19 seconds
    Fancy Dance: Lily Gladstone & Cast on Native American Stories in Cinema
    In this episode of Pop Culture Weekly, Erica Tremblay, a powerhouse Native American storyteller, joins Kyle McMahon to discuss her groundbreaking film "Fancy Dance" on Apple TV Plus. Tremblay opens up about her creative journey and the deep-rooted inspiration behind her latest work, which centers on a Native American hustler navigating harsh realities to protect her family. She also shares rich insights into her collaboration with the extraordinary talents of Lily Gladstone and newcomer Isabel DeRoy-Olson, emphasizing the significance of portraying the human struggles and resilience of Native characters. Their conversation uncovers the meaningful themes highlighted in the film, such as the Indian Child Welfare Act and the broader challenges faced by Indigenous families.


    We also have the privilege of hearing from the film's stars, Lily Gladstone and Isabel DeRoy-Olson. Gladstone provides a heartfelt reflection on her personal connection to the film’s narrative and the transformative impact of authentic representation on screen. Meanwhile, DeRoy-Olson's impressive debut is celebrated, shining a light on the lived experiences of Native and Indigenous people in America. This episode is a compelling exploration of the power of cinema to bridge cultural divides and foster greater understanding, offering hope for a future where stories of marginalized communities are told with genuine empathy and respect.

    Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss is now streaming: https://www.deathandgrief.show/Chapter-One-The-Diagnosis-AKA-WTF/

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    28 June 2024, 8:51 pm
  • 25 minutes 15 seconds
    Exploring Disney Junior’s Ariel with Mykal-Michelle Harris, Taye Diggs & Lynne Southerland
    Ever wondered how a fresh take on a beloved Disney character comes to life? Discover the magic behind Disney Junior's brand-new series, "Ariel," in this captivating episode of Pop Culture Weekly. Join Kyle McMahon as he chats with groundbreaking executive producer Lynn Southerland about how she expanded Ariel's adventurous and warm-hearted nature for a new generation. Dive into the casting secrets with stars like Taye Diggs and Mykal-Michelle Harris and hear firsthand how Southerland made history directing "Mulan 2."


    That's not all—Kyle is also joined by the talented Mykal-Michelle Harris herself, who gives us an insider's look at the thrill and responsibility of voicing the iconic Ariel. Learn how she infuses Ariel with her unique touch and why diversity in the show matters deeply to her. The episode wraps up with an engaging discussion with Taye Diggs, who shares his journey portraying King Triton and his illustrious career in theater and film. This episode is a treasure trove for Disney fans and anyone fascinated by the magic of storytelling and animation.

    Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss
    is now streaming: https://www.deathandgrief.show/Chapter-One-The-Diagnosis-AKA-WTF/

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    24 June 2024, 10:45 am
  • 37 minutes 52 seconds
    Ed O'Neill & Jacki Weaver (Clipped); Margaret Cho & Jesse Tyler Ferguson (All That We Love)
    What are the untold stories behind the notorious Donald Sterling scandal? This week on Pop Culture Weekly, Kyle McMahon sits down with executive producer Gina Welch, director Kevin Bray, and writer Rembert Brown to explore FX's gripping new limited series "Clipped." Discover how this intense narrative intertwines ambition, racism, and family history, and hear from cast members Cleopatra Coleman, Jacki Weaver, and Ed O'Neill about their transformative experiences playing real-life characters. Kevin shares his personal connection to the civil rights movement, while Gina and Rembert delve into the complexities of creating a story that resonates on multiple levels.

    Switching gears, Kyle chats with Margaret Cho and Jesse Tyler Ferguson about their heartwarming film "All That We Love." Engage with us as Margaret shares her poignant journey through grief following the loss of her beloved pet, and Jesse reflects on how such losses shape our relationships. This moving discussion sheds light on society's often overlooked view of pet loss and highlights the unconditional love that animals bring into our lives. Don't miss this episode filled with emotional storytelling and thought-provoking insights on love, loss, and resilience.

    Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss is now streaming: https://www.deathandgrief.show/Chapter-One-The-Diagnosis-AKA-WTF/

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    8 June 2024, 4:43 am
  • 25 minutes 9 seconds
    National Memorial Day Concert 2024: Bryan Cranston, Joe Mantegna, Gary Sinise & More!
    In this episode of Pop Culture Weekly, join Kyle McMahon for an unforgettable experience at the rehearsals for the National Memorial Day Concert 2024, straight from the heart of our nation's capital. Listen in as Kyle has the distinct privilege of speaking with the venerable Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise, who open up about their enduring devotion to this poignant even. Their reflections on the solemnity of Memorial Day and its true meaning as a day of remembrance for those who've made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms, rather than just the onset of summer, are both moving and powerful.


    Further enriching this special episode is the talented BD Wong, who joins to celebrate his dynamic career, from the 'Jurassic Park' franchise to his recent theatrical ventures, and shares his insights on the significance of the Memorial Day tribute.  Tony Award winner Ruthie Ann Miller discusses the history of 'Aloha 'Oe' and it's special connection in honoring the men and women we've lost. And Bryan Cranston discusses growing up in a military family, what Memorial Day is really about and much more.

    This episode promises a mix of heartfelt reverence and exciting peeks into the lives and projects of beloved personalities. Don't miss out on the full conversations, which also offers vital resources for military and veterans in crisis, and learn how you can show support through volunteering, all while marking your calendar for the concert's broadcast on PBS and streaming platforms, Sunday May 26, 2024 at 8pm EST on PBS. 


    Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss is now streaming: https://www.deathandgrief.show/Chapter-One-The-Diagnosis-AKA-WTF/

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    26 May 2024, 6:04 pm
  • 1 hour 5 minutes
    The Must-See Movies of Summer 2024 with Fandango's Erik Davis; Jamey Johnson: A Song for Heroes
    In this episode of Pop Culture Weekly with Kyle McMahon, strap in for a journey through the heartache and heroism of Jamey Johnson's musical evolution, as he shares the deeply personal story behind his latest hit, "21 Guns." As a tribute to our valiant armed forces, Jamey's voice resonates with the raw emotion of his own military background, offering a window into the souls of those we've lost. Kyle and Jamey also discuss the 2024 National Memorial Day Concert on PBS, where he'll be performing alongside a star-studded cast including Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise, to experience a powerful blend of storytelling and song that celebrates our nation's heroes.

    Then, this episode turns movie magic encapsulated, as Kyle is joined by Fandango's Erik Davis for a glimpse into the 2024 summer blockbusters that will leave audiences spellbound. From the Marvel universe’s adrenaline-pumping 'Deadpool and Wolverine' to indie gems like M. Night Shyamalan's latest thriller, Trap, we cover the full spectrum of cinematic excitement. And, as the silver screen evolves, we investigate why film buffs are opting for digital copies, shaping the future of how we relish our favorite flicks.

    Craving a forecast of this summer's must-see movies? Look no further. We uncover what makes a film a true "summer movie" and preview the eclectic mix that this season has in store, from laugh-out-loud comedies to spine-chilling horror. Whatever your cinematic appetite, this summer is poised to deliver a feast of films that cater to every taste, promising a season brimming with thrills, laughter, and the undeniable charm of the big screen.

    Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss is now streaming: https://www.deathandgrief.show/Chapter-One-The-Diagnosis-AKA-WTF/

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    24 May 2024, 3:59 pm
  • 6 minutes 37 seconds
    Back To Black with Marisa Abela & Sam Taylor-Johnson
    In this episode of Pop Culture Weekly, join the conversation with Kyle McMahon as we unravel the emotional and artistic journey behind the Amy Winehouse biopic, Back to Black, with guests Marisa Abela and director Sam Taylor-Johnson. Step into the psyche of a music icon as Marisa reveals how she transcended beyond mere impersonation to capture the very soul of Amy Winehouse. With a focus on authenticity, she brings to life Amy's essence, while Sam discusses the weighty task of presenting Amy's multifaceted story through a lens of compassion and without judgment. This episode promises a heartfelt exploration of the creative processes that pay tribute to Winehouse's musical brilliance and the humanity of her narrative.


    Witness a heartfelt dialogue that not only delves into the making of Back to Black but also celebrates the legacy of Amy Winehouse. From the rigor of preparation to the responsibility of representation, Marissa and Sam share their unique perspectives on storytelling and the inner workings of a film that seeks to resonate with the spirit of its subject. For fans of poignant dramas, transformative performances, and the enigmatic talent of Amy Winehouse, this episode offers an intimate look behind the scenes and is a testament to the potency of her enduring influence in music and beyond.

    Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss is now streaming: https://www.deathandgrief.show/Chapter-One-The-Diagnosis-AKA-WTF/

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    20 May 2024, 7:38 pm
  • 29 minutes 34 seconds
    Dane DeHaan (The Stranger); Chris O'Dowd & The Cast of The Big Door Prize
    In this episode of Pop Culture Weekly, Kyle McMahon talks once again with Dane DeHaan! This time they discuss his tantalizing new Hulu series The Stranger. Dane and Kyle talk the series short tenure on Quibi, it's move to Hulu and how projects can find whole new lives in todays ever changing media landscape.

    Then, Kyle talks with the cast of Apple TV+'s The Big Door Prize including executive producer David West Read. Kyle sits down with the cast of Season 2 including Ally Maki and Gabrielle Dennis, Josh Segarra and Emmy Award winner Chris O'Dowd. The actors share the excitement of discovering the answers to those dangling mysteries that left us on the edge of our seats at the end of season one. They even entertain us with their takes on the tantalizing yet terrifying prospect of glimpsing their own futures using the show's fictional Morpho Machine—and trust me, their answers are as unpredictable as the next plot twist!

    Their camaraderie is infectious, and it's clear that the imagination and spirit they bring to their work is the same magic that keeps us tuning in. Don't miss this exclusive peek behind the curtain, where the only thing more thrilling than the show's secrets is the bond between its stars.|

    Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss is now streaming: https://www.deathandgrief.show/Chapter-One-The-Diagnosis-AKA-WTF/

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    26 April 2024, 3:53 pm
  • 7 minutes 9 seconds
    Celebrating Elton John & Bernie Taupin: Behind the Scenes at the Gershwin Prize Event
    In this episode of Pop Culture Weekly, Kyle McMahon is live at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington DC for the Library of Congress Gerwshine Prize for Elton John and Bernie Taupin. The legendary songwriting duo's music has touched hearts and shaped the pop landscape for over five decades, and were honored at the prestigious Gershwin Prize celebration, which is the highest award for songwriting. The gala event, a tribute to their extraordinary contributions to music, was nothing short of a red carpet spectacle, buzzing with excitement and reverence for these titans of the music industry. With red carpet interviews from Maren Morris, Annie Lennox, Brandi Carlile, Metallica and Elton John and Bernie themselves, get your exclusive behind-the-scenes look at this star-studded affair as this episode brings the electric atmosphere of the event directly to your ears.

    And be sure to watch Elton John and Bernie Taupin: Gershwin Prize on PBS begining April 8th 2024. Check your local PBS station for details.

    Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss is now streaming: https://www.deathandgrief.show/Chapter-One-The-Diagnosis-AKA-WTF/

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    8 April 2024, 10:00 am
  • 39 minutes 19 seconds
    The First Omen with Nell Tiger Free & Insights into AI with Eric Yaverbaum
    Join Kyle McMahon for a riveting discussion on Pop Culture Weekly as we explore the terrifying world of The First Omen and the fascinating intersection of artificial intelligence and public life. Nell Tiger Free graces us once again, sharing the spine-tingling details of her starring role in "The First Omen," while Eric Yaverbaum, CEO of Ericho Communications, sheds light on how AI poses new challenges for public figures and everyday folks alike. As we unpack the urgency for tech-savvy governance in the face of AI's unchecked progress, you'll be captivated by the conversation's blend of celebrity insights and the sobering realities of our digital future.


    First up, Eric Yaverbaum, with his expertise in crisis management, reveals how the lightning-fast spread of information in today's digital age demands a preemptive strategy and why keeping up with current expertise is more vital than ever. His candid advice is a clarion call for adaptation in a world where AI continues to revolutionize our communication landscape.

    Then, Nell Tiger Free offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into her experience filming "The First Omen," highlighting the eerie allure of shooting in Rome and the unique challenges of embodying a character within the iconic horror franchise. Nell and Kyle have an in-depth look at the craft of filmmaking, focusing on the visceral impact of practical effects in horror cinema. Hear how actors navigate the intensity of their roles and the strategies they employ to differentiate their on-screen personas from their personal lives. The camaraderie on set, the adrenaline rush of scaring audiences, and the magic of movie-making come alive in this chapter. It's a conversation that celebrates the art of storytelling and the thrill of performance—essential listening for film aficionados and pop culture enthusiasts alike.

    Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss is now streaming: https://www.deathandgrief.show/Chapter-One-The-Diagnosis-AKA-WTF/

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    5 April 2024, 10:07 pm
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