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ATX TV Festival 2022: Patrick Somerville on Station Eleven
One of the stars of this year’s ATX Festival is Station Eleven showrunner Patrick Somerville. He and his team took Emily St. John Mandel’s bestselling postapocalyptic novel and somehow made it even better in series form.

6:46PM Sun. Jun. 5, Rod Machen Read More | Comment »

ATX TV Festival 2022: Walker: Independence
When the CW rebooted Walker, Texas Ranger as Walker, it was an open secret that star Jared Padalecki lobbied hard to have it shot in Austin. Spinoff Walker: Independence may have escaped to Santa Fe, but at least the ATX TV Festival got a special look at the pilot.

2:00PM Sun. Jun. 5, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

ATX TV Festival 2022: Sydney Sweeney
Sydney Sweeney's busy. The Euphoria star's upcoming projects include Tony Tost’s directorial debut National Anthem, The Players Table, and the still-mysterious Marvel project Madame Web. When asked about her packed schedule, she replied, “I like to work … a lot.”

1:00PM Sun. Jun. 5, Mazzy Oliver Smallwood Read More | Comment »

ATX TV Festival 2022: Queer for Fear
From beginning to end it was clear that the ATX TV Festival’s first look panel on Queer for Fear, the upcoming docuseries from horror streamer Shudder, was an event for queer people, by queer people.

11:00PM Sat. Jun. 4, Mazzy Oliver Smallwood Read More | Comment »

ATX TV Festival 2022: Bill Lawrence on Life, Death, and Scrubs
Two years ago, Bill Lawrence woke up early for a Zoom chat, and Zoom life was starting to wear on us all. "It's like going to the beach. You think you're just going to lie there, but it sucks the life out of you," he joked.

10:01PM Sat. Jun. 4, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

ATX TV Festival 2022: Baron and Toluca
Meet unlikely supernatural investigators Jake Baron and Toluca Mendez. Former co-stars and former lovers, they're played by Brendan Fehr and Majandra Delfino – themselves former co-stars and former lovers.

6:30PM Fri. Jun. 3, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Julia Scotti Is Funny That Way
Julia Scotti apologizes to me for her voice. “My allergies are going nuts,” she says, “and this is like the fifth interview I've done today.”

12:50PM Fri. Jun. 3, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Panic Fest 2022: Dashcam
Irksome protagonists are often a matter of taste. There are some actors that make some audience members bare their teeth, and some characters that will infuriate some watchers. However, that's rarely deliberate. Not so in the case of the infuriating Annie, the "why won't you just die" unwitting villainess of Dashcam.

3:15PM Thu. May 19, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Other Worlds Goes Delving into the UnderWorlds
Other Worlds, Austin's film festival dedicated to all things science fiction, has always had a dark side. This weekend it'll have that Mister Hyde side on full display with UnderWorlds 2022, a two day event centered around horror.

1:00AM Thu. May 19, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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