Paschal English got some company last week when Katie Collins became the second Survivor contestant ever to be ousted from the tribe after a colored-rock pulling tiebreaker. Her exit from Survivor: Blood vs. Water followed last night when she was beaten out by her own mother at Redemption Island. Katie called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) this morning to chat all about her time on the island, including her decision to chance it with the rocks, whether any part of her did not want to give her mother the okay to beat her, and why she is a bit worried about Kat after boyfriend Hayden went on about how “hot” she looked on the jury. And now you can listen to the entire interview right here and right now on the InsideTVPodcast.
But we start the podcast out with two acclaimed dramatic actresses. First up, Maggie Siff from Sons of Anarchy. Her character of Tara had a super controversial storyline this season and culminated this week with an explosive finale. We won’t reveal what happened in it, but you’ll want to hear Siff talk about everything from faking both a pregnancy and a brutally violent miscarriage while she was actually pregnant in real life, dealing with negative fan reaction to her character, and sharing some truly electric scenes with costar Katey Sagal. It’s a conversation no SAMCRO fan will want to miss.
Then, Lili Taylor calls in to chat about hanging out with robot cops on Almost Human, having people clap twice in her face ever since The Conjuring, and reuniting with her Mystic Pizza costars Julia Roberts and Annabeth Gish for a recent EW cover shoot. If you like good times with good people, then check out our chat with Lili.
You can join the fun and listen to all three interviews by clicking on the audio player below. You can also download the entire podcast right here. Or, since we’re on iTunes, you can subscribe for free and take the podcast with you. No iTunes? No problem. To send a question to the InsideTV Podcast team, follow us on Twitter @InsideTVPodcast. And to hear more interviews and television discussion and debate, check out Entertainment Weekly Radio channel 105 on SiriusXM.