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The Televerse #153- SDCC 2014 Composer Roundtables: Steve Jablonsky and Daniel Licht

It’s not quite time for the fall TV season, but a handful of new shows are premiering soon nonetheless and this, along with a number of excellent episodes from continuing favorites, gives us plenty to discuss on this week’s podcast. First we look at a full week in comedy, including a preview of IFC’s upcoming Garfunkel and Oates, the delightful return of Gravity Falls, and the inexplicable pilot of Partners. Then we talk a little genre and reality, including a preview of Starz’s much-anticipated Outlander, and we wrap up the week’s television with the dramas, including a preview of the Steven Soderbergh-helmed The Knick and the pilot of BBC Two and SundanceTV’s The Honourable Woman.

Afterward, in lieu of the DVD Shelf this week, we have part one of Kate’s CW3PR composer roundtables from SDCC 2014. Kate, along with Tina Charles (TVGoodness.com) and Jason Griffin, the TVaholic, interviews Steve Jablonsky, composer for Desperate Housewives and the Transformers films, and Daniel Licht, composer for Dexter and The Red Road. Composer Christopher Young drops by briefly as well, and Brian Reitzell, composer for Hannibal, joins in for a few minutes at the end for a more general discussion of a few elements of the current TV composing scene. The soundtrack for Dexter’s final season is now available for purchase as a CD or digital download, as are the soundtracks for the rest of the show’s run.

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SDCC 2014 Composer Roundtables: Steve Jablonsky and Daniel Licht (1:25:56)

Our Week in Comedy
Preview Garfunkel and Oates (4:32)
Partners pilot (8:19)
Wilfred (11:58)
Adventure Time (14:47)
Married (17:27)
You’re the Worst (18:50)
Gravity Falls (21:56)

Our Week in Genre and Reality
Preview Outlander (27:01)
The Strain (36:02)
SYTYCD (37:10)

Our Week in Drama
Preview The Knick (46:31)
Manhattan (50:59)
The Honourable Woman pilot (51:48)
Rectify (56:49)
Masters of Sex (1:02:23)
The Leftovers (1:08:20)

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