• A few months ago, Krista sat down separately with Andrew Scott and Dakota Fanning to talk about their roles as Tom Ripley and Marge Sherwood in Steven Zaillian’s Ripley. Based on Patricia Highsmith’s bestselling “Tom Ripley” novels, the limited series follows Tom – a grifter scraping by in early 1960s New York – who is hired by a wealthy man to travel to Italy in order to convince his vagabond son to return home. His acceptance of the job is the first step into a complex life of deceit, fraud and murder. 
    Pulled from a recent panel, this episode dives deeper into the series by exploring the experiences of Scott, Fanning, and Johnny Flynn (who plays Dickie Greenleaf). To check out a full version of this conversation, visit Netflix’s official FYSEE TV website.
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  • A few weeks ago, Sofía Vergara sat down at the Netflix FYSEE space to reflect on her journey bringing Griselda to the screen. The limited series is a fictionalized dramatization inspired by the life of the savvy and ambitious Griselda Blanco (Vergara), who created one of the most powerful cartels in history. Set in 1970s-80s Miami, Blanco’s lethal blend of unsuspected savagery and charm helps her expertly navigate between business and family, leading her to become widely known as “the Godmother."
    Vergara (who also executive produced the series) gives a performance that is dark and powerful, yet still vulnerable – resulting in a captivating viewing experience. To check out a full version of this conversation, visit Netflix’s official FYSEE TV website.
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  • Glen Powell joins the show to talk about Hit Man, which he co-wrote and co-produced alongside the film's director, Richard Linklater. Powell stars as Gary -- a straight-laced professor who discovers his hidden talent as a fake hit man. But when one of his clients steals his heart, it ignites a powder keg of deception, delight, and mixed-up identities.

    Powell digs into his long-running creative relationship with Linklater, describes what it was like to develop Hit Man's colorful cast of characters, and reflects on meeting and working with his co-star Adria Arjona.

    He also explains how he fell in love with movies and musical theatre while growing up in Austin, Texas, breaks down his biggest career milestones, and gives a play-by-play of his Longhorns game day routine. 
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  • This week, Krista brings back her 2021 interview with Dakota Johnson. In this conversation, Dakota shares her perspective on the industry, describes how she navigates her own fears (which threaten to overwhelm her at times), and talks about her future ambitions.
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  • This week, Krista brings back her 2020 interview with comedian, actress, writer, and producer Michelle Buteau. At the time of this conversation, Buteau had just released her comedy special, Welcome to Buteaupia, and was on a non-stop run of projects -- hosting The Circle, appearing in films like Always Be My Maybe, and in TV shows like First Wives Club and Tales of the City. She was also just a few months away from publishing her autobiographical book of essays, Survival of the Thickest. 
    Cut to 2024, and Buteau has turned that book into a hit Netflix series by the same name. She's also expanded her hosting resume, adding two seasons of Barbecue Showdown to her list.
    In this interview, Buteau takes us back to the very beginning of her comedy career and talks about the challenges she faced along the way. She reveals when she feels most vulnerable on stage, how her parents felt about her pursuing her passion, and some of the unsolicited advice she’s received from her audiences. She also shares her advice for young comedians starting out, and what she’s learned by observing the extraordinary group of women she’s worked with in her career to date.
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  • Theo James joins the show to discuss his role in Guy Ritchie's series, The Gentlemen. James plays Eddie Horniman, an aristocrat who inherits his family estate only to discover that it's home to an enormous weed empire run by a dangerous group of proprietors.
    James reflects on being inspired by Ritchie's films as a teenager, describes the aspects of The Gentlemen that drew him to the series, explains how he adapted to the fast-paced environment that Ritchie creates on set, and shares what it was like to work alongside his co-stars Kaya Scodelario and Daniel Ings. 
    James also talks about his early interests in music and comedy, describes how he tried not to fanboy over Michael Imperioli on the set of The White Lotus, and shares a few of his biggest artistic inspirations.  
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  • Richard Gadd joins the show to talk about his new limited series, Baby Reindeer. Based on his award-winning autobiographical one-man play by the same name, the series follows a struggling comedian named Donny (Gadd), whose warped relationship with his female stalker ultimately forces him to face a deeply buried trauma. 
    Gadd describes throwing himself wholeheartedly into creating the series – from writing its seven episodes to preparing mentally and physically to play Donny. He also digs into the process of casting Jessica Gunning as Martha, unpacks the show's final scene, and shares a few of the surprising reactions he's received from viewers so far.
    Gadd also explains how being cast as Macbeth in his school play inspired him to pursue performing, recounts the intense moments leading up to his one-man show Monkey See Monkey Do at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and describes how the music of The Pogues has served as the soundtrack to his life. 
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  • David Beckham joins the show to talk about BECKHAM, Fisher Stevens' four-part docuseries that traces his rise from humble beginnings to international soccer superstar. Through interviews with those closest to him, BECKHAM offers a personal and definitive story of one of the most recognizable and scrutinized athletes of all time. 
    In this conversation, Beckham reflects on the world's reaction to the docuseries, walks us through a few of his favorite moments from filming, and speaks candidly about the difficulties of opening up on camera.  
    He also digs the joys and challenges of parenthood, discusses his favorite ways to spend time in Miami (he co-owns Inter Miami CF) versus in the English countryside, and shares his aspirations for the future.
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  • This week, Krista takes a look back at her conversation with Keri Russell. A the time, Russell had wrapped up work on season 1 of The Diplomat. Russell's performance as the career diplomat Kate Wyler would go on to earn her numerous accolades, including an Emmy and a Golden Globe nomination.
    In this episode, Russell explains why she immediately said yes to the part despite the logistical challenges it would require, digs into what she loves about Kate's incredibly nuanced character, and describes what it was like simultaneously working as an executive producer on the series.
    She also shares her 11-year-old daughter's hot take on her beloved series Felicity, discusses her long-standing creative relationship with J.J. Abrams, and recounts a few memorable times when fans recognized her on the street.
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  • Krista takes a deep dive into the career of filmmaker Zack Snyder and shares how that journey led to his latest undertaking, Rebel Moon - Part 2: The Scargiver. This second film in the Rebel Moon franchise continues to expand the sci-fi universe that was introduced to audiences with Rebel Moon - Part 1: A Child of Fire.
    The pair talk about Snyder's life-long love of photography, examine the films that inspired him growing up, and discuss his experience attending ArtCenter College of Design, in Pasadena, California (where the idea behind Rebel Moon first started to form).
    Snyder also digs into the unique logistical challenges that Rebel Moon - Part 1 and Rebel Moon - Part 2 presented, explains what it was like to direct Sofia Boutella through the films' epic action sequences, and shares what he loves about collaborating with his wife (and Rebel Moon's producer) Deborah Snyder.
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  • Gillian Anderson returns to Skip Intro to talk about her new film, Scoop. Inspired by real events, Scoop is the inside account of the tenacious journalism that landed an earth shattering interview - Prince Andrew's BBC Newsnight appearance. Anderson portrays Emily Maitlis, the journalist who conducted that infamous interview.
    Anderson speaks candidly about why she was hesitant to play Maitlis at first, shares what finally made her say yes to the challenge, explains what that transformation ultimately entailed, and breaks down what it was like to shoot the showdown between her character and Prince Andrew (Rufus Sewell). 
    She also reflects on the conclusion of Sex Education, talks about finding fearlessness through creativity, and shares how her female fans inspire her to speak up for what she believes in. 
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  • Dakota Fanning joins the show to talk about her role in the limited series, Ripley. Based on Patricia Highsmith’s bestselling novels, the series follows Tom Ripley (Andrew Scott), a grifter scraping by in early 1960s New York, who is hired by a wealthy man to travel to Italy to try to convince his vagabond son to return home. Tom's acceptance of the job is the first step into a complex life of deceit, fraud, and murder.
    Fanning recounts the exciting moment when she was offered the role of Marge Sherwood, shares what she loved most about working with her co-stars Andrew Scott and Johnny Flynn, and explains how writer-director Steven Zaillian elevated the series through his scrupulous attention to detail. 
    She also describes how she navigated the trappings of fame while growing up in Hollywood, expresses what it has meant to have her younger sister Elle by her side throughout their individual acting journeys, and shares details on her Italian themed "La Dakota Vita" 30th birthday party.
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  • Andrew Scott joins the show to talk about his role in the limited series, Ripley. Based on Patricia Highsmith’s bestselling novels, the series follows Tom Ripley (Scott), a grifter scraping by in early 1960s New York, who is hired by a wealthy man to travel to Italy to try to convince his vagabond son to return home. Tom's acceptance of the job is the first step into a complex life of deceit, fraud and murder.
    Scott looks back on his initial reaction to the scripts, speaks openly about the challenges of playing such a deeply isolated character, digs into a few of the series' most captivating visual details, and shares what it was like to collaborate with his co-stars Dakota Fanning and Johnny Flynn.
    He also reflects on his early journey as an actor, explains how an experience on his first film taught him about leading with kindness while on set, and shares that he's keen to take on a rom-com or musical next.
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  • Regina and Reina King join the show to talk about their film Shirley, which follows the first Black congresswoman and political icon Shirley Chisholm, and her trailblazing run in 1972 for president of the United States. Regina and Reina produced the film for their company Royal Ties, and acted opposite each other (Regina as Chisholm and Reina as her sister, Muriel St. Hill).
    Regina and Reina reflect on the film's 15 year journey, talk about the process of bringing Oscar-winner John Ridley onboard as director, writer, and co-producer, and explain what inspired Reina to get back in front of the camera after a two decade hiatus from acting.
    The sisters also dig into what their dynamic was like growing up, share a few favorite pieces of advice that they've gotten from their mom over the years, and discuss what makes their creative partnership so strong.
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  • Over the last five years, Game of Thrones creators David Benioff & D.B. Weiss and True Blood writer and producer Alexander Woo have been hard at work developing 3 Body Problem -- an epic sci-fi series based on the books by Liu Cixin. In celebration of the series release, we’re hosting the first episode of the 3 Body Podcast, the official companion podcast for the series. To follow along with the rest of the 3 Body Podcast, search it on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen.
    In episode one, hosts Dr. Maggie Aderin-Pocock and Jason Concepcion dive headfirst into Netflix’s 3 Body Problem, as they share their reactions to the opening episodes and welcome their first guests.
    Jason sits down with 3 Body Problem’s award-winning showrunners Alexander Woo (True Blood), David Benioff, and Dan Weiss (Game of Thrones) to talk about what it was like to adapt the wonderfully complex, hard-sci book “The Three-Body Problem” by Cixin Liu, and what we can expect from the series.Also in this episode, Maggie and Jason are joined by best-selling author and historian, Jung Chang CBE (Wild Swans, Mao: The Unknown Story), as she offers first-hand insights into life during China’s Cultural Revolution, and explains just how close to reality the opening scenes are.SPOILER ALERT: We will be covering the first 2 episodes of 3 Body Problem, so if you haven’t watched that far yet, be sure to catch up on Netflix now.The 3 Body Podcast is produced by Netflix and Sony Music Entertainment.

  • Eiza González joins the show to talk about 3 Body Problem, the latest series from Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss and True Blood writer and producer, Alexander Woo. Based on the books by science fiction author Liu Cixin, the series follows a group of scientists as they confront the greatest threat in humanity's history. 
    González shares her initial reaction to the scripts, digs into her experience playing Auggie Salazar (a visionary nanotech trailblazer), and describes what she took away from working with the series' creators. 
    She also discusses her journey through the entertainment industry and the challenges she faced along the way, reflects on her biggest career moments in the last 5 years, and names a few of the people and films that deeply influenced her as an actress. 
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  • This week, Krista takes a look back at her 2022 conversation with Tyler Perry. Perry currently sits atop an empire built on 26 feature films, 20 stage plays, 18 television shows, and his 330-acre studio located in the heart of Atlanta. However, once upon a time, Perry was a struggling playwright. He initially began writing after watching an Oprah segment on its therapeutic benefits, which then led to his first play, "I Know I've Been Changed."
    Although the play failed to attract an audience, Perry refused to give up, working tirelessly to raise money and support. At one point, he resorted to living in his car, not far from where Tyler Perry Studios now exists. Success found him after the run of his second play, "I Can Do Bad All By Myself," which introduced the world to his character, Madea, who Perry played himself. As his influence on the entertainment industry grew, Perry uplifted those around him, jump-starting the acting careers of people like Tessa Thompson, Lance Gross, Jill Scott, and Mary J. Blige, and also reinvigorating the career of the late, great Cicely Tyson.
    In this interview, Perry discusses his journey through the industry, digs into style as a director and producer, and shares his favorite hobby.
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  • Millie Bobby Brown returns to Skip Intro to talk about her new film, Damsel, which she stars in and executive produced. Brown describes what drew her to the role of Elodie, digs into the physical and emotional challenges that the film presented, and reflects on her growth as a producer over the past few years. 
    She also explains why it is essential that young actors feel encouraged to grow and evolve, gives an update on her beloved pets, and shares what it has been like to reunite with the cast and crew of Stranger Things for the fifth and final season. 
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