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Whether you're new to the squad or a certified die-hard, NBC's official Law & Order: SVU Podcast is a celebration of the show's 21 years of groundbreaking storytelling. Hosted by Anthony Roman, we're digging deep into TV’s longest-running primetime drama. Every week, you'll go inside the squadroom for behind-the-scenes episode intel from the cast and crew and learn how inspiration for the ripped-from-the-headlines episodes strikes. And that’s not all! We’ll be rolling out radio-style episode ...
 
Munch My Benson, the seminal SVU podcast, is the twisted spawn of co-hosts Adam Schwitters and Josh Duggan, celebrating the splendid and often wildly inappropriate lunacy found only on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Each week The Randomizer spits out a new episode, and they dive deep into the heinous murk before rating it in terms of overall quality, guest star performances, the degree to which the episode was problematic (the more, the better), and the depth and breadth of lives ruined ...
 
Jon Gregory aka J Waves loves rap music and having a good time. Lurk Mode is what happens when a hip hop MC who is obsessed with Prince, sneakers, and Law & Order: SVU has his own podcast. Come have a lurk, we know you'll find something you like.
 
Conversations about crime and justice narrative in all its forms. We will interview audio-visual and literary storytellers about how and why they create crime and trial stories. We will also speak with criminal justice experts about how they present compelling narratives for criminal cases and for public policy initiatives to jurors, judges, legislators and the general public. Hosted by Crime Story Publisher/Editor Kary Antholis
 
Javier Grillo-Marxuach (Emmy Award-winning writer/producer on "Lost" and creator of "The Middleman") and Jose Molina (writer/producer on "Sleepy Hollow," "Firefly," "Castle" and "Law & Order: SVU") share their hard-earned experiences, giving practical, straight-shooting advice on breaking into television and staying there!
 
Welcome to Drugs & Stuff. We're a podcast about drugs, harm reduction, mass criminalization, the drug war, and other stuff from the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) – the nation's leading organization working to end the war on drugs. We bring in a wide variety of experts – from scientists to activists, writers to teachers – to hear about how drugs and drug policy play a role in their work and lives. We also offer a peek behind the scenes as we feature DPA staff talking about the work they do. Foll ...
 
Behind the glitz and glamor, Hollywood can be brutal. For every success, there are many more rejections and failures. Screaming into the Hollywood Abyss explores that world and each week a new guest will talk about dealing with rejection, failure and adversity in the entertainment industry. Writer Noah Evslin and podcaster Dan Rutstein ask the questions.
 
The Team Tiger Awesome Show is made up of tiny pieces of comedians Clint Gage (Cinefix), Nick Mundy (Conan, Screenjunkies) and Michael Truly (Why Would You Eat That). They all met during a hostage situation on a bus during which the bus couldn't drive slower than 50 mph or it would explode. They swore to each other that day, that if they made it out alive, they would never allow themselves to die without leaving a podcast behind. The Team Tiger Awesome Show is a weekly take on current events ...
 
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While we felt like the title of SVU season 8 episode 22 "Screwed" was a little on the nose, it did provide ample ground for the usual munchie business. We brainstorm a potential series of extreme #Beachhead fanfic, Adam casts his dog's voice actor, and Josh proposes an elaborate conspiracy by the show runners against their own cast members. Enjoy! …
 
A car bomb kills Kathy Stabler while she and Elliot return from Italy to NYC. While SVU looks for who's behind the attack, Olivia works on her feelings about Elliot walking out of her life a decade ago. Later, Stabler's organized crime task force zeroes in on a mob boss behind the bomb...but it's his son who's been pulling the strings all along. We…
 
Stabler’s back! Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni are celebrating the groundbreaking Law & Order crossover event with a candid discussion about Stabler’s new show, Law & Order: Organized Crime, how reprising their iconic partnership was like getting into a warm bath, and what’s next for Benson and Stabler.…
 
Today’s podcast is a conversation with Peter Jankowski, President and Chief Operating Officer of Dick Wolf Enterprises, and Executive Producer of all of the iterations of the Law and Order franchise as well as Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med.The conversation was recorded as part of a series of classes that I taught at The University of Sou…
 
We talk to veteran writer Jose Molina. He talks through the balance between finding a long-running show, finding a show you like and making bold and reckless decision early in your career. He explains why young writers should actually take advice from their mentors, even if they think none of the rules apply to them, why he quit SVU and he tries to…
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
We talk to showrunner Joe Henderson about his Hollywood journey. He talks about his formative years as an assistant and how he is grateful for the extended period he spent at this position - but then also about his triple promotion. Joe talks about the complications of Lucifer: the odd premise, the early cancellation the stop-go issues around later…
 
The drug war has impacted nearly every aspect of our lives—and it’s time to uproot it. The Drug Policy Alliance has been working closely with other advocacy organizations to create Uprooting the Drug War, a project that shines a spotlight on the insidious ways the drug war has spread into the systems of child welfare or family regulation, public be…
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
This week, Kara and Liza cover the SVU episode “Intent” (Season 19, Episode 8), the Shelly Chartier case, and talk with the SVU-catfisher herself, actress Tenea Intriago. SOURCES: Catfish: The TV Show (Season 6, Episode 12) 20/20 ABC: Hooking a Catfish The Sun WHAT WOULD SISTER PEG DO: “5 Easy Ways to Protect Yourself Online” - National Cybersecuri…
 
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the International Military Tribunal, Crime Story presents a new series, NUREMBERG. Sean Smith examines the many dimensions of the historic judicial proceedings. Drawing on official transcripts of the trial, as well as a vast bibliography of first- and second-hand accounts, NUREMBERG tells the stories behind th…
 
Ah yes. In the words of Staind, "It's been awhile." But I am thrilled to be back with my favorite Ratfluencer from the UK, Lily from Lily's Rat Club! I can't stress enough how much I love her rat content, because hey, I think rats kick ass. And if you are sitting there thinking I'm crazy, then this is definitely the podcast for you. Lily and I brea…
 
We hear the fascinating take of Jeffrey Lieber, the creator of the first version of the Lost pilot. We talk about how he dealt with his relationship with the show as it went in a different direction, the years it took him to process it and his views on the show and how the ending was received. He talks about why he writes, the role therapy has play…
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
This episode, Liza and Kara recap SVU’s “Institutional Fail” (Season 17, Episode 4), the heartbreaking story of Nixzmary Brown, and interview the multi-talented actress, Jessica Pimentel. SOURCES: The New York Times - 1 The New York Times - 2 The New York Times - 3 USA Today NY Daily News Wikipedia The New York State Senate New York Post - 1 New Yo…
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
Strap in for a wild ride, Munchies. This episode of SVU—”Ritual” (S5E14), featuring Emmy-winner Michael Emerson—starts in a park with an apparent ritual sacrifice and dives head first into the world of child slavery, complete with a Fin undercover op and possible Upper East Side blue-hair slave auctions. Along the way, Adam and Josh practice Santer…
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
Rejoice, Diehards! Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni are together again, and we’re bringing you the behind-the-scenes secrets of the Benson/Stabler reunion 10 years in the making. Hosted by Anthony Roman, this very special episode of the Squadroom will dive into Stabler’s new show, Law & Order: Organized Crime and so much more. Coming April 2…
 
This episode, Liza and Kara cover “Conscience” (Season 6, Episode 6), adolescent murderer Eric M. Smith, and chat with SVU executive producer and showrunner (seasons 2-12), Neal Baer. SOURCES: CBS News The New York Times Democrat & Chronicle The Steuben Courier Advocate Wikipedia WHAT WOULD SISTER PEG DO: “When Your Child is a Psychopath” - Story b…
 
Another week another problematic turn from the heinous minds at Law & Order: SVU. This time we are watching "Rockabye" (S7E9), an episode which upsets Max, poses numerous questions about the cutlery skills of a mid-Atlantic runaway sex worker, and forces Josh to make highly problematic threats against Billy Chenowith's awful Dad. Music: Divorcio Su…
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
We talk to Marc Bernardin about his different careers and the different types of failure he suffered. He talks about journalism, being fired while on vacation and knowing when to break the rules and reach out to interview subjects for opportunities in writing. He explains the pros and cons of diversity hires in Hollywood, getting fired from TV writ…
 
Goren and Eames learn a murdered man had been spending money on an inspirational teen dying of ALS. Though despite her rabid fanbase and her best-selling book, no one has ever seen the girl face-to-face. Would someone kill to keep up the charade? We're talking about Criminal Intent season 1 episode 21 "Faith." Our guest is comedienne and podcaster …
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
This week Kara and Liza celebrate their Sweet 16, talking all things 16th Precinct, “Sugar” (Season 11, Episode 2), and the case of Jasmine Fiore. They also interview the charming and amazing actor, Eric McCormack. SOURCES: Entertainment Weekly True Crime with Aphrodite Jones (Season 2, Episode 7 - Available on Discovery+) ABC News WHAT WOULD SISTE…
 
After Adam tells of his travails in the recent Texas winter storm and ensuing power outages, the Munchie Boys get down to business, reckoning with the ghosts of series past while persevering through an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit featuring a robot child mimicking human emotion stuck in the strangest of custody battles in “Stolen” (…
 
We talk to David Goodman, veteran writer and WGA West President. He talks about the pain of a comedy writer pitching jokes that don’t land, the thin line to tread between comedy and causing offense and knowing you’ll get fired if you can’t make people laugh. He describes some iconic comedy rooms, talks about his animated show that got made but neve…
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
Kara and Liza delve into the world of hip hop in SVU’s “Broken Rhymes” (Season 18, Episode 6) followed by a closer look at the alleged relationship between Tyga and Mia Isabella that it’s based on. Plus, an interview with legendary musician and actor, Wyclef Jean. SOURCES: Lovebscott.com Terezowens.com VICE International Business Times - 1 Internat…
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
Look, we don't expect Season 1 episodes of SVU to get all the details exactly right, but in "Chat Room" (S1E18) the show gets the basics of the internet so gloriously wrong that it actually conjures many, many things into existence that didn't exist yet. Catfishing? Yeah, SVU invented that. Revenge porn? That too, sadly. Bitcoin, ffs?! Yes, Dickwol…
 
Seventy-five years ago, on Wednesday, March 13, 1946, Hermann Goering takes the stand at Nuremberg’s International Military Tribunal, the first of the accused to testify on his own behalf. This special historic moment episode captures the atmosphere in that courtroom, exactly three quarters of a century ago.…
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
We talk to show creator Mickey Fisher. He tells us about how his 'overnight success' wasn't actually overnight, being fired in hotel rooms and having his gate pass for the studio revoked as the first sign his show was getting cancelled. He explains his version of imposter syndrome, getting fired from a role as a three-wheel motorbike ambassador and…
 
As we approach the one-year anniversary of Breonna Taylor's killing, the connection between deeply problematic policing and the criminalization of drugs has never been more apparent. On this episode, we take a deep dive into the changes that some communities are already making. Portland City Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty sat down with DPA Senior Sta…
 
Benson and Stabler hunt a religious fanatic who's killing prostitutes. A pregnant call girl is their only witness, but before she can identify the suspect, her baby is born prematurely. As the severely disabled child clings to life, the mother gives power-of-attorney to Olivia who must decide her fate. We're talking about SVU season 11 episode 14 "…
 
Katherine Mader spent two decades as a judge in Los Angeles Criminal Court, before retiring early in 2020. Before that she was the LAPD’s first Inspector General, prosecuted two murder-for-hire trials and served as a defense attorney who convinced a jury to spare the life of the Hillside Strangler. In August of this year, Judge Mader published Insi…
 
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