All Things Streaming with host Paul McGuire Grimes dives deeply into the world of streaming. What's hot, hotly anticipated, what's worth binging and every week conversation and analysis about the 'business' of streaming.
Host Paul McGuire Grimes goes down a nostalgic trip back to the 1990s for the 20th anniversary reunion with the cast of "Dawson's Creek", the original run and revival of "Roseanne", and a look back at the career of TV titan Steven Bochco who recently passed away. Tune in to celebrate these groundbreaking shows and find out where you can find them streaming.
Paul is once again joined by Holly Roberts and Niles Schwartz as they continue their look back at "The Godfather" trilogy now streaming on Netflix. For this episode, they tackle Part II and answer that long debated question as to whether "The Godfather Part II" is better than the original.
Host Paul McGuire Grimes is joined by Kat Perkins from NBC's "The Voice". Together they laugh along with two new comedy series streaming on Netflix with Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" and David Letterman's "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction." Kat also fills us in on her time on "The Voice" and what we can expect from the current season.
It's the one year anniversary of "All Things Streaming"! Paul is reunited with his first guest, Colleen Lindstrom from myTalk 107.1. They're going all in on "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" from the creators of "Gilmore Girls" on Amazon Prime. Plus: "Everything Sucks!" "Queer Eye" "The Joel McHale Show" and "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" on Netflix.
Paul McGuire Grimes is back with guests Holly Roberts and Niles Schwartz to begin a new mini-series of episodes devoted to "The Godfather" trilogy, now streaming for the first time on Netflix. For this episode, we dive into the first movie, its troubled road to being made, various casting tidbits, our favorite scenes, and the legacy it has on pop culture.
Paul McGuire Grimes is back with guest Niles Schwartz as they break down the Oscar nominations. Our initial reactions, early predictions, a look at Netflix's Oscar-nominated film "Mudbound", and a list of nominees you can find streaming.
It's that time of year again --awards season! As the year winds down, we look back at the best of television and movies with the Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards. The nominations for both ceremonies were just announced, and host Paul McGuire Grimes and guest Ryan McGuire Grimes are here with all of the nominees, and pick which of our favorite streaming shows could go home winners.