Elizabeth Guests tells us about what inspired her series “Guest Appearances” and why she tells the stories she does. Plus, how she grew up in a filmmaking family.
Mimi Kennedy has been acting in some of our favorite shows and movies for years. She tells Carlos Amezcua and Lisa Remillard about acting with her co-star Anna Faris and Allison Janney in "Mom" and what makes it all work so well.
Anne-Marie Johnson has been in Hollywood for years. She was the first African-American woman to serve as the Vice President of the Screen Actors Guild and says diversity in Hollywood will change when society changes. Plus you can see her in the new Oprah Winfrey show on OWN called "Cherish The Day". Hear her full interview here!
"Gentefied" is coming to Netflix and actress Brenda Banda tells us about working on the show. The premise is how we all encounter change and what we do with that change.
Diana Yanez is telling us how the cockroaches in Miami are the size of skateboards and how in her family, they were always the most terrifying thing ever.
Cindy Fernandez Nixon talks about mental health and creating awareness in her podcast "Now That I've Had My Coffee". Plus she tells us about acting as a passion and not for the fame or paycheck!
Actor Sean Kanan is known for his roles on General Hospital, The Bold & the Beautiful and The Young & the Restless. Now he's taken those years of working in daytime and created a show surrounding life on a soap opera set. He says it's a nod to those years with all the respect they deserve.
He creates music to help lift your spirit. Hear Nick Broadhurst's latest music in his interview here with Carlos & Lisa.
Tiffany Taylor of "The Hollywood Reporter" is here breaking down the biggest categories for Oscar night on Sunday. Who will win? Who has the best buzz surrounding their film? We break it all down.
Actor Michael Madsen is telling us about his new documentary "American Badass" and how Quentin Taratino and so many others agreed to be a part of it. Plus he tells us stories from the set of "Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood" with Leonardo DiCaprio.
David Lawrence is honoring his late mother Eydie Gorme with a remake of the popular bolero "Sabor A Mí". Director Carlos Hurtado explains why the video is shot the way it is to really capture a time gone by.
Brenda Castillo is helping build Latino voices in media. They are successfully guiding young talent to learn what it takes to succeed in entertainment. Rob Sudduth is a writer who after finishing the program at the National Hispanic Media Coalition has gone on to do great things with his career.
Seth Yaitanes is a waiter at Craig's in Beverly Hills, which happened to end up giving him a role as a waiter at Craig's. But most of the time, it's a long time to get a break in this town. But he's optimistic!
Actor Eddie Martinez is here telling Carlos Amezcua and Lisa Remillard about what season 3 of "The Sinner" is all about and how he fits into it. Plus hear how he works on accents to help lend credibility to each of his characters.
He's been in hundreds of TV shows and films, but currently he stars in ABC's "Bless This Mess." Ed Begley Jr. talks about his career with Carlos Amezcua and Lisa Remillard. He chats about his passion of saving energy, and even recalls a certain time in the 80's and a show that helped launch his career called "St. Elsewhere."
Anita Pointer calls herself 1/4 of the Pointer Sisters. And her brother Fritz Pointer is a historian. Together they are telling people what it was really like growing up in the Pointer family. They reveal some insight about life in the spotlight during the Civil Rights and Black Power movements of the 1960s. Plus, these two love to laugh!
Momo Rodriguez has a show coming up at the Brea Improv that you don't want to miss!
Terra Newell has created a podcast and website to help others spot signs of manipulation and abuse. Her experiences in real life have turned into the TV series "Dirty John" and Terra tells what the reality was behind the story.
Tiffany Taylor of "The Hollywood Reporter" is breaking down all things GRAMMY for this weekend. Who are the favorites to win and what can we expect from this year's show?
He's played the son of Julia Roberts and now has multiple projects in the works. But Carlos really wants to know how Jakari Fraser decided he needed to be on television.
Director Fanny Grande is telling the story of a town that came together to make sure all young girls who wanted a quinceañera, got one.
We've seen Michael Campion grow up on the reboot of "Fuller House" as Jackson Fuller. But did you know, he's also a trained magician. You've got to hear the story about how he got started in magic!
Director John Scheinfeld is debuting his new film "Sergio Mendes: In The Key of Joy" at the Santa Barbara film festival.
"Nosotros" is a non-profit organization created, in part, by actor Ricardo Montalbán 50 years ago. Their goal is to strengthen latino voices in the entertainment industry and tell the real stories of latinos all around the world. President Joel Gonzales and Vice Co-Chair Natalia Ochoa tell us what they are all about!
Aaron Kirman has sold billions of dollars in real estate and is now rocking the boat and showing what high-end real estate really looks like in "Listing Impossible".
Actress Ava Kolker plays Olive on "Sydney to the Max" and is telling us how she found out that the show had been renewed for season 3! Plus she has new music coming out soon!
Jill Simonian hosts a half-hour special about parenting today. She dives into the fear of being a parent with pediatrician Dr. Tanya Altmann. Plus the "Frozen 2" filmmakers are telling us how kids deal with heavy themes in movies, and LMFT Keesha Amezcua weighs in on how to talk to your kids about those themes. And Samantha Harris is helping us live our healthiest lives. Plus Carlos & Lisa return to chat with Kitty Martone about how long it really takes food to digest. And last but not least, the wonderful Mimi Kennedy is in studio telling us how the magic happens on the hit CBS sitcom, "Mom".
We are diving into Mom Talk today with Jill Simonian who is talking to Dr. Tanya Altmann about parenting fears and mishaps. Plus Jill talks to the filmmakers of "Frozen 2" about the deep story line for kids. And Samantha Harris stops by to help us live our healthiest healthy. Check out Mom Talk!
Recap of President's Day weekend
hy is it better to work out early in the morning before you eat? Dr. Avital Harari is explaining the science behind it, and how it may help keep people from becoming diabetic.
Surfing is a cultural and spiritual sport for many. Hear about it's roots and why Bill Eddy and Richard Newman decided to make a film about it.
The DMV might finally be allowing you to take more than one awful photo. Also, latinos get a lift from the National Hispanic Media Coalition. And big voting changes are coming to California. Guests include Bill Eddy & Richard Newman from "Addicted to Joy".