Actor David Alan Grier, David Simon, and Seth Meyers on The Treat
This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with longtime friend of the show and multi-faceted artist David Alan Grier, who is currently appearing on FX’s “The Patient.” And we revisit two of our favorite segments: a conversation with “The Wire” co-creator David Simon, and The Treat with “Late Night with Seth Meyers” host, Seth Meyers.
2022 Emmys preview, ‘Shy’ and for the Treat: a Stevie Wonder masterpiece
This week on The Treatment, Elvis talks all things Emmys with Lorraine Ali of The LA Times and Clayton Davis from Variety. Next, New York Times theater critic Jesse Green discusses his new unconventional biography of and co-written with the late Broadway composer Mary Rodgers “Shy.” And for The Treat, musician and writer Nabil Ayers talks about the surprise Stevie Wonder album that was his masterpiece.
Emily Bode, Rico Gagliano and a ‘Wild’ Treat
This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes menswear designer Emily Bode, whose work showcases vintage materials and techniques. Next, MUBI Podcast host Rico Gagliano talks about the second season of his podcast and its focus on old movie theaters. And finally, for The Treat, writer-director Ron Shelton talks about a Sam Peckinpah film he first watched as a young baseball player, whose themes have resonated in his work as a filmmaker.
George Miller, John Hamburg and a double treat
This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Oscar-winning director George Miller, whose newest film is “Three Thousand Years of Longing,” starring Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba. Next, “Me Time” director John Hamburg talks about why he keeps coming back to notions of masculinity in his films. And finally, for The Treat, “The Good Fight” creators Michelle and Robert King each pick a film that inspires them.
Trevor Noah, Jason Bateman and The Treat: Maya Rudolph
This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down for the first time with Emmy nominee Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.” Next, actor and director (and Emmy winner) Jason Bateman returns to The Treatment to talk about the choices he made for the final season of the Netflix series “Ozark,” as both actor and director. And finally on The Treat, actress Maya Rudolph talks about a Gene Wilder film that showed one of the many sides of one of her idols.