NOC Interview: Showrunner Patrick Macmanus on Peacock’s ‘Dr. Death’

Patrick Macmanus serves as a writer, executive producer, and showrunner on Dr. Death. The new Peacock original is based on Wondery’s hit podcast of the same title, which has over 50 million listeners to date, and will also tell the horrifying true story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch. The show began streaming on Thursday, July 15.

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Writer/Director Leigh Janiak on Bringing ‘Fear Street’ to Life

Leigh Janiak serves as director, writer, and executive producer for Netflix’s new Fear Street trilogy, which is made up of Fear Street Part 1: 1994, Fear Street Part 2: 1978, and Fear Street Part 3: 1666. The films were all shot back-to-back-to-back with the same cast in three different period settings. All of them are connected by an epic narrative, making one terrifying story. Fear Street Part 3: 1666 premieres on July 16.

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A Talk With Marc Bernardin About His Version of Peter Parker in ‘The Amazing Shutterbug’

With great power, comes great responsibility. A timeless phrase with a powerful meaning. While it didn’t originate in comics, it was the pages of The Amazing Spider-Man that solidified the adage, transforming it into one of the most iconic comic book lines of all time.

Even if you haven’t ingested a single piece of Spidey content, the famous line tied heavily to Pete’s Uncle Ben has probably been ingrained in your memory by now. The line has been a major part of Peter Parker’s life for years, guiding the troubled hero through his hardest moments and reminding him why he dons the suit every day. But what happens when you don’t have great power anymore? What would Peter Parker do if he never became Spider-Man?

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ShoPowSho Episode 037: Actor/Writer/Producer, Cori Dioquino

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Episode 037: We welcome Actor/Writer/Producer, Cori Dioquino! “Unapologetically Asian”, Cori tells her us her unique journey as a Filipino immigrant, finding her passion with arts and entertainment, being a Teaching Artist and the 90s X-men animated series.

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ShoPowSho Episode 036: Author/Writer, Lauren Lola

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Episode 036: We welcome Author/Writer and fellow member of The Nerds of Color, Lauren Lola! The Author of “A Moment’s Worth” and “An Absolute Mind” shares her unique journey of exploring her mixed FilipinX ancestry.

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ShoPowSho Episode 035: ‘Lumpia with a Vengeance’ Comic Creators!

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Episode 035: We welcome back the Comics Creators behind Lumpia with a Vengeance: Interlude #2 comic book: Patricio Ginelsa, Lawrence Iriarte, Whilce Portacio, Rey Cuerdo, Chris Gallevo, Kristoffer Tolentino, Dante Fernandez and Varinder Singh!

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ShoPowSho Episode 034: Singer/Musician, OG Moose

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Episode 034: We welcome Singer/Musician/DJ, OG Moose! OG Moose is an amazing performer out of Las Vegas! Whether he is getting the party started as a DJ, producing tracks with other performers or performing his songs that get the party vibing, music is the reflection of his soul that he is always sharing with the world!

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ShoPowSho Episode 032: Actor, Alain Uy of ‘The Paper Tigers’

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Episode 032: We welcome Actor, Alain Uy, star of The Paper Tigers that premieres today in Theaters and On Demand! Alain is a multi-talented Filipino actor, writer, producer, and director with credits on Helstrom, True Detective, The Passage, ER, Veronica Mars, Parenthood, Monk, and more!

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NOC Interview: Paula Pell on Her New Peacock Original Series, ‘Girls5eva’

Paula Pell is ready to bring the laughs in Peacock’s newest comedy Girls5eva, which premieres on Thursday, May 6. The best part is all eight episodes will drop at once, making it your next binge-worthy show! In the female-led series, Pell is joined by Sara Bareilles, Renée Elise Goldsberry, and Busy Philipps.

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NOC Interview: Benjamin Lobato on the Final Season of ‘Queen of the South’

Benjamin Lobato is co-showrunner of USA’s Queen of the South, which is currently airing its fifth and final season. The popular series tells the story of Teresa Mendoza, a woman who is forced to run and seek refuge in America after her drug-dealing boyfriend is suddenly murdered in Mexico. New episodes air Wednesdays at 10/9c on USA Network.

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ShoPowSho Episode 029: Writer, Ryan Thomas Riddle!

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Episode 029: We welcome Writer, Ryan Thomas Riddle! Join us a we learn more about this award-winning journalist & writer, as we discuss his life growing up Filipino, being a Pre-WGA screenwriter, proud nerd (Star Trek & Superman), and Filipinx queer!

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ShoPowSho Episode 015: Game Developer, Jemarc Axinto

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Episode 15: We welcome Game Developer, Jemarc Axinto of Tabletop For the End of the World! Learn Jemarc’s uniquely Filipino American story, his successes, struggles, and future plans!

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ShoPowSho Episode 014: Writer/Director, Diane Paragas

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Episode 14: We welcome Writer/Director, Diane Paragas of Yellow Rose! Yellow Rose made history last year by being the first Filipino American film theatrically distributed by a major Hollywood studio! Get to know the amazing woman behind the film and how her life’s journey mirrored Yellow Rose, learn about her successes, struggles and future plans!

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