All Things Streaming

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.


Episode 10: The Emmy Nominations

The nominations for the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards were just announced,...The nominations for the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards were just announced, and host Paul McGuire Grimes is here with all the buzz. Paul gives his initial thoughts on how streaming services played out compared to broadcast networks. Plus, he gives his first predictions of who will away the big winner in all of major categories. Who will win "Feud: Bette and Joan" or "Big Little Lies"? "Stranger Things" or "The Crown"? "Atlanta" or "Master of None"? Tune in for Paul's picks.   Show More


Past Episodes

Host Paul McGuire Grimes is joined once again by his husband, Ryan McGuire Grimes, to dissect the latest season of "House of Cards" which is now streaming through Netflix. Is this the best season so far? Is the current climate in Washington hurting or helping political dramas? We also do a quick update on two other shows we've been streaming, "Game of Thrones" (Paul) and "American Crime" (Ryan)
It's been far too long since we've checked in with Agent Dale Cooper and all is not well since the last time we set foot in Twin Peaks. Host Paul McGuire Grimes is joined by film columnist Niles Schwartz and My Talk 107.1 producer Dawn McClain as they try to find answers in David Lynch's mysterious world of "Twin Peaks: The Return" now streaming through Showtime.
The latest episode of "All Things Streaming" is a look into two fascinating true crime stories with HBO's "Mommy Dead and Dearest" and Netflix's "The Keepers" Host Paul McGuire Grimes is joined by My Talk 107.1 producer Dawn McClain and actor/director Ryan McGuire Grimes as they look for answers on two haunting cases that will no doubt shake you to your core.
Host Paul McGuire Grimes is joined by his husband, actor/director Ryan McGuire Grimes and theater director/educator Jimmy LeDuc in this special Mother's Day edition of the podcast. Paul, Ryan, and Jimmy look back at the classic documentary GREY GARDENS about the heartbreaking mother/daughter story of Big and Little Edie Beale. It's streaming on FilmStruck now and has inspired a Broadway musical, an HBO movie, and a Bill Hader/Fred Armisen spoof on Documentary Now, which is streaming on Netflix.
Description: Host Paul McGuire Grimes is joined by My Talk 107.1 producer Holly Roberts as they look back at Lena Dunhams Girls, which ended its six season run on HBO, as well what theyre currently streaming and the concept of streaming anxiety.
Host Paul McGuire Grimes and his guest Colleen Lindstrom from My Talk 107.1 conclude their discussion on HBOs Big Little Lies with episodes 4-7 and that EPIC finale. Plus, find out what controversial show has taken over Colleens life and what old show Paul is catching up on before the revival starts.
Host Paul McGuire Grimes has been obsessed with the HBO limited series Big Little Lies and couldnt wait to start a dialogue about it. Joining him for this initial dive into the first three episodes is My Talk 1071s Colleen Lindstrom. Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Nicole Kidman, and Laura Dern are all giving career defining performances in this haunting adaptation of Liane Moriartys novel. Plus, Colleen reminds Paul he needs to go back and finish "Veep", and Paul reminds Colleen she needs to catch up with "American Crime".
Host Paul McGuire Grimes is joined by his husband, actor and director Ryan McGuire Grimes and My Talk 107.1's Bradley Traynor for a tribute to "The Golden Girls" and a look into what we're currently binging and excited about in the land of streaming.
Join film critic Paul McGuire Grimes and his guest, My Talk 107.1's Colleen Lindstrom, in the inaugural episode of All Things Streaming. We'll chat about the Oscar-nominated films you can find on Netflix, what Paul and Colleen are currently binging, a deep dive into Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (Spoiler -- we discuss the final four words), and what we are looking forward to coming on a variety of streaming platforms.

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