In this episode, Jen and her guest, writer James Mulholland, talk Jekyll and Sherlock, two modernized versions of classic literature by the same showrunner, Steven Moffat. From skillful updating to delightfully devious baddies, these shows have a lot in common but significantly different audiences, for which Jen and James try to puzzle out an explanation. They also discuss the last three trailers they saw, plus Jen shares an old vocabulary lesson that teaches James the French word for “bedroom.”
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Jared Harris has done a lot of stuff
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PrePopCulture is a weekly one hour podcast in which my guests and I tackle all things pop culture. We chat about cool stuff that's under the radar, examine how things currently in pop culture got there, and even take a stab at where trends might go in the future.
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