After spending more than three years working on his latest book, “Tinderbox: HBO’s Ruthless Pursuit of New Frontiers,” replete with 757 interviews, Origins host Jim Miller decided he hadn’t had enough, and has returned with new interviews to further explore one of the world’s most iconic premium content brands. Origins Chapter 7 is titled, “HBO: Present, Past, and Future,” featuring leading voices from inside and outside the world of HBO.
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Always loved the movie but I rewatched it last night with new appreciation because of the mindfulness of every element. I had forgotten how each scene did not feel like a set piece but rather an organic step forward from the scene before.
The new season about HBO is horrible this show used to be amazing I hope the next season is as good as the previous seasons
James Andrew Miller is a treasure as an author and source, especially when he’s interviewed in other pcasts like Jimmy Traina’s on sports media. The HBO planet is fascinating but unf it’s obvious he’s re-recording his questions then added back-in robotically. So, like the Curb pcast before, it suffers from hosting snd editing issues (although here thankfully there’s attribution). Bottom line: given his enviable “inside angles” and journalistic brillance, and for those who are interested in the g... more
Absolutely incredible & so moving. I adored every minute of the Almost Famous season.
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Origins launched 6 years ago and published 39 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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