This is the official Max companion podcast to And Just Like That... Each week, executive producer, writer and director Michael Patrick King is joined by the brilliant writers of the show including Elisa Zuritsky, Julie Rottenberg, Susan Fales-Hill, Samantha Irby, Lucas Froehlich, and Rachel Palmer. Together they will unpack each episode of the series and give exclusive behind the scenes details from personal stories that made their way into scripts to what was left on the writing room floor. New episodes are available each week on Max and wherever you get your podcasts. The official And Just Like That… The Writers Room podcast is produced by Max in conjunction with Neon Hum Media.
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Writer, director, and executive producer Michael Patrick King is joined by executive producers Elisa Zuritsky and Julie Rottenberg, consulting producer and writer Susan Fales-Hill, and supervising producer and writer Samantha Irby to break down the s... more
To discuss the penultimate episode of the season, Michael Patrick King welcomes executive producer and writer Julie Rottenberg, consulting producer and writer Susan Fales-Hill, and supervising producer and writer Samantha Irby. Together, they talk ab... more
This week, writer and executive producer Michael Patrick King is joined by Elisa Zuritsky, Susan Fales-Hill, and Julie Rottenberg, who took the reins as director for this episode. They discuss how they approached blending Carrie and Aiden’s worlds, M... more
Thank you for teaching me the correct pronunciation of Thierry Mugler’s name.
I love the show, and the podcast. I so sincerely enjoy hearing where the writers are coming from. Cannot wait for season 3!
I love getting some of the back scene secrets. The podcast is fun and upbeat. The only thing is that I cringe when Michael imitates the actors. Not even good imitations. It’s not needed and it feels off to me. I do like the thoughts behind the whys and the hows.
Started listening hoping that I could get the magic of the new show but…🥲 the writers talk so dramatically about how the wrote this show without realizing we just don’t have the same connection to these new characters to really care. They had to add in 6+ ppl just to make up for Sam. It’s not working. 3 Seasons and we just don’t care about Che, Seima heck don’t even know their character names. Please get Sam back! Big mistake killing off Big. Huge!
I just can’t get enough of SATC (I was 18 when the show ended) and I cannot get enough of AJLT (I am now 37). more
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And Just Like That...The Writers Room launched 2 years ago and published 23 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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