The official Max podcast hosted by Nancy Miller (HBO’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark Podcast). The Staircase Podcast takes an episode by episode deep dive into the highly anticipated drama. Each episode, Miller interviews cast and crew, including executive producer, writer, and director, Antonio Campos, Colin Firth, and Toni Colette, to dive into plot and go behind-the-scenes of the anticipated drama. Plus case experts and academics help unpack the science, history and psychology behind the case. The Staircase Podcast is produced by Max in conjunction with Campfire Studios, in association with High Five Content.
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Co-showrunners Antonio Campos and Maggie Cohn sit down with Nancy one last time to look at how the series wrapped up, and whether or not a satisfying closure is even possible in stories like this. And we finally hear from star Colin Firth about what ... more
In this penultimate episode, we speak with writer and co-showrunner Maggie Cohn about how the writers room managed to successfully thread multiple timelines over the course of the limited series, and inject a handful of shocking surprises--like those... more
Addictive show, addictive podcast! Loved getting to hear from the guest experts as well as the brilliant cast and creators.
Pointless puff piece ads for the series. This podcast is terrible compared to other ones HBO has done like Chernobyl and Band of Brothers. It adds nothing of value to the series or the show.
I was hoping for a podcast that discussed the show episode by episode (similar to the podcast that accompanied Chernobyl). However, this one isn’t a deep dive into each episode. It’s more about our fascination with True Crime. Boring.
The creator seems like he has a great understanding of the case hopefully the arrogance of the actress playing Kathleen and what she thinks she knows as fact is not reflected in the final product. This is a crazy case for sure should anyone think they know what happened I think not so I hope we stay true to what justice actually looks like it might not always be pretty and people should take cases like this and prosecutors like that as well as “science “ as it has been sold with a more critical ... more
Fantastic podcast for an unforgettable HBO series . . . Might you consider producing a bonus episode or two re: Michael Peterson’s recent email rant to Addie Morfoot of VARIETY? Thank you!
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