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.
Oh it's true -- WWE superstar, "Monday Night Raw" general manager and Olympian Kurt Angle is talking with Alex and Steve on our latest episode! He appears Saturday, Nov. 25 at iPlay America in Freehold.
We break down the season 8 premiere of "The Walking Dead" and where we think things can go from here. Also, we have a bonus discussion with Ming Chen and Michael Zapcic of AMC's "Comic Book Men," from their new podcasting space in Eatontown telling us about their new venture, A Shared Universe.
Former "Saturday Night Live" star Taran Killam tells Alex all about making his directorial debut with the new mockumentary "Killing Gunther," co-starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and now playing in select theaters.
The stars of Eli Roth's 2002 cult classic "Cabin Fever" -- Jordan Ladd, James DeBello and Joey Kern -- join Alex on stage at the NJ Horror Con and Film Festival to share their memories of the still-shocking film.
Jersey Shore singer/songwriter Tara Dente joins us to play a few songs from her newest album, "The Gleaner," plus a brand new instrumental, before her Oct. 14 appearance at the Asbury Underground festival.
It took us more than two years, but we've finally dedicated an episode to our hometown celebrity, Bruce Springsteen! The Asbury Park Press and app.com recently hosted the Ultimate Boss Bracket to determine the best Bruce song of all time in honor of his "Springsteen on Broadway" run of performances. Now Felecia, Alex and Steve are breaking down the results.