“I have so many programs to catch up on. I have fantasies about what I’ll see, but I never really get to them, you know? Like, I never really got to watch ‘The Sopranos’ the way I should have,” Star, the creator of “Emily in Paris” said.
Does catching up on other TV shows feel like work though?
“Not when they’re that old,” Star said. “I don’t mind going back and watching the old shows because then I’m not thinking about them in that present moment, like, ‘Damn, how is this so good?’”
“I’m watching ‘Tokyo Vice’ right now, such a spectacular show,” said the French actor. “The way Japan is filmed made me want to be there. It’s very immersive, very good.”
MARTIN CLUNES (“Doc Martin”):
Clunes, who has played the titular doctor fish out of water and into rural Cornwall. on the ITV show since 2004, he chose “Ghosts”.
“I love ‘Ghosts’. I love ‘Ghosts’ because, just because they’re all so good and like each other so much, they all thrive, right? she said on the BBC sitcom about a couple who inherit an old house haunted by some wacky characters. A American adaptation It is broadcast on CBS.
“They’re all so smart,” Clunes said of the UK show’s cast. “I’ve worked with a couple of them. Well, we had Mathew Baynton downstairs. His finger was cut off in one of the early ‘Doc Martins.’”
WILLIAM ABADIE and LUCIEN LAVISCOUNT (“Emily in Paris”)
The actors of “Emily in Paris” turn to the environment for their winter watches.
“I love nature documentaries. I’ve been a vegan for a couple of years,” said Abadie, who plays perfumer and PR client Antoine.
Documentaries on nutrition and global warming also appeal to him: “I just put them on a loop and listen, trying to understand the data, how it’s explained and all that.”
Laviscount, who plays Emily’s love interest Alfie, he pursues a “similar vibe” and said he liked “anything uplifting, uplifting stuff”.
“I need to keep that going, especially during the winter months, so the kind of inspiring adventure shows that I like it,” he said.
A show you’re hooked on right now? “Wednesday.”
DOUGLAS HODGE and BLAKE HARRISON (“I Hate Suzie, Too”)
“I guess I see a lot of horror with my wife, when it gets dark.” hodge said, to Harrison’s horror, well, when the two “I Hate Suzie Too” actors were interviewed together.
The three-part sequel to “I Hate Suzie” on Sky revolves around a former child star played by Billie Piper. Hodge plays her ex-husband, while Harrison plays Suzie’s rival contestant on a dance competition show within the show.
Harrison, on the other hand, is “trying to indoctrinate my daughter into Tolkien’s World” despite his wife’s displeasure.
“I went through a period where my brother and I would get together every Christmas and, in one day, see all three extended editions of ‘The Lord of the Rings’; it would be like a 12 and a little. marathon of hours, ”he explained. “Obviously I have kids now, so that doesn’t happen as much, although I’m just starting to introduce my daughter to ‘Fellowship of the Ring.’ She’s getting little by little, and she’s kind of into it.”
BRUNO GOUERY and SAMUEL ARNOLD (“Emily in Paris”)
Once again to Paris, where Arnold and Gouery play Julien and Luc, co-workers at a Paris public relations firm.
arnold is seasonally appropriate: “Christmas movies, like, it’s always the best, like ‘Home Alone,’ ‘Die Hard,’ all those Christmas movies.”
Meanwhile, Gouery is prepared for a different kind of weather: spooky Season, Helped by the fact that it gets dark so early.
“I also like comedy,” he said. “And in another way, the two opposite things: I like horror movies, you know, movies like ‘Scary Movie,’ ‘Shining,’ ‘Psycho. You look at me: ‘he is crazy’”.
“Remind me not to do Christmas with you, brother,” Arnold replied.