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America’s favorite hockey player turned figure skater is here on the podcast! Actor D.B. Sweeney joins us to chat all about the role of Doug Dorsey in The Cutting Edge. From pre-production right through to the incredibly risky Pamchenko, we relive it all. Plus, playing the part of Shoeless Joe Jackson in Eight Men Out. [...]Read More »
You played it in the backyard, dreaming of the big leagues, but do you know how it came to be? In honor of father’s day, we’re thrilled to welcome David A. Mullany to talk all about how he and his dad invented the game of Wiffle Ball. Hear how they turned their home made game [...]Read More »
Just My Show couldn’t be more excited to welcome one of our all time most wanted guests. The one and only William Katt is here on the podcast to take you behind the scenes of The Greatest American Hero! The suit, the stunts, his comic book company and even a few surprises. Believe it! Plus, [...]Read More »
It shot up the charts after being featured in some of the most memorable episodes of Family Ties. Now, singer/songwriter Billy Vera is here to talk about the #1 hit At This Moment, his acting career and more. Come celebrate 30 years of Billy Vera and the Beaters, “The baddest band on any stand!” With a [...]Read More »
It’s a very Brady podcast! Actor Barry Williams, known around the world as Greg Brady, is here to talk about growing up in one of TV’s most famous families, his comfort level with the character, and how his “date” with Florence Henderson made headlines. Plus, reaction to Zack Morris’ late night cameo! Make sure to [...]Read More »
They brought you some of the 80s’ most memorable hits. Now, Wang Chung’s Jack Hues is here to tell you how it all happened. We get the story behind the songs, the success and the greatest band name you’ll never forget! Plus, the latest on Jack’s upcoming Wang Chung reunion with his old partner Nick [...]Read More »
It went through three names, two leading ladies, and two networks, yet The Hogan Family managed to last six seasons and is well remembered as one of the great family sitcoms of the 80s. Now’s your chance to get the story behind it all as Just My Show hangs out with Mark Hogan himself, Jeremy Licht. From Valerie Harper’s exit to [...]Read More »