Felecia and Alex talk with filmmakers Scott Barber and Adam Sweeney to get an exclusive, inside look at their upcoming documentary "The Orange Years," which looks at the classic golden age of Nickelodeon!
Singer/songwriter Erin McKeown, currently on tour with "Welcome to Night Vale," talks about her connection with that podcast's community and previews her upcoming off-Broadway musical, "Miss You Like Hell."
Jim Henson and Frank Oz's 1982 classic "The Dark Crystal" returns to theaters this month, so we're speaking with Jim Henson Company president and CEO Lisa Henson about the making of the film. Then, we're joined by rapper and actress Jean Grae, who discusses her lifelong love of "The Dark Crystal."
Comedian Rhea Butcher is about to hit the road for the Close to Home Tour, but first they're visiting with us to discuss what's on their mind right now, their history in comedy and the possible future of the series "Take My Wife."
This week, we're calling in an expert: Dr. Jason Johnson -- author, professor, political analyst and comic book super fan -- joins Alex and Felecia to discuss the landmark DC in D.C. event as well as the new CW series "Black Lightning," the upcoming "Black Panther" movie and so much more!
In this episode, we talk to Jamie Broadnax, the founder of Black Girl Nerds, about her media company, her upcoming book, why movies like "Black Panther" are so important and her podcast, "Misty Knight's Uninformed Afro," which she co-hosts with Stephanie Williams of the "Lemonade Show."
Alex and Felecia are breaking down some of the 2018 things they're most excited for -- including movies, television, music and live events. And we're joined by "Star Trek: The Next Generation" legend Marina Sirtis before her appearances with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra's "Sci-Fi Spectacular" Jan. 6 at the NJPAC in Newark and Jan. 7 at the State Theatre in New Brunswick.
Famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson returns to "Fan Theory" to talk about some of 2017's biggest science stories before his appearances Dec. 13 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark and Dec. 15 at Convention Hall in Asbury Park.
Executive producer Brian Taylor spoke with us about the new Syfy show "Happy!" He told us what it was like working with stars Christopher Meloni and Patton Oswalt, where the show differs from Grant Morrison's graphic novel and the big difference in making comic book movies and comic book TV series.
Before she appears this weekend at the FanNation event at the Toms River branch of the Ocean County Library, "Wonder Woman" and "Red Sonja" writer Amy Chu is visiting "Fan Theory!" Plus, she gives us a sneak peek of her upcoming original series.
Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., host of the hit PBS series "Finding Your Roots," joins Alex and Felecia to discuss the series and shares his thoughts on why it's still so difficult to discuss race in America.