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Join TCM’s Alicia Malone and Tom Meyers from The Bowery Boys on HBO’s official Gilded Age podcast. After each episode, they discuss what happened on screen and the real people, places and events featured on the show. Each week they’re joined by some of the cast and crew who bring the show to life, sharing exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews and fun-filled history.

19 Episodes
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Experience the climactic season finale of The Gilded Age as society takes sides in the gripping Opera War, while an astonishing announcement sends shockwaves through 61st Street. Engage with our insightful hosts, Alicia Malone and Tom Meyers, as they unravel the intricacies of the thrilling second season finale. Joining the discussion is executive producer Gareth Neame, offering captivating insights into the creation of The Gilded Age's grand finale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tragedy besets the House of van Rhijn family while the opening of the Metropolitan Opera is at risk. Join our hosts, Alicia Malone and Tom Meyers, as they unpack the penultimate episode of Season 2. They also talk to co-producer Luke Harlan and department head of hair Sean Flanigan about history, hair, and more on The Gilded Age. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Embark on a riveting journey as George sets foot in Pittsburgh, while Jack grapples with the challenges surrounding his patent. Accompanied by our insightful hosts, Alicia Malone and Tom Meyers, delve into the untold aspects of the Gilded Age. Joining the conversation are Executive Producer David Crockett and esteemed casting directors Bernard Telsey and Adam Caldwell, who offer intriguing insights into the world of The Gilded Age. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Witness a captivating revelation as Larry uncovers a closely guarded secret, coinciding with Ada's momentous walk down the aisle. Accompany our insightful hosts, Alicia Malone and Tom Meyers, as they embark on a fascinating exploration of the historical inspiration behind The Gilded Age. Engaging in thought-provoking discussions, they are joined by co-executive producer Dr. Erica Armstrong Dunbar, shedding light on the series' historical context, and co-composer Harry Gregson-Williams, who unveils the profound influence of music on the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Amidst Peggy and Fortune's visit to Alabama, Marian grapples with uncertainty. Embark on a thrilling journey with our hosts, Alicia Malone and Tom Meyers, as they meticulously analyze the unfolding drama on 61st Street. Additionally, they engage in a fascinating conversation with location manager Lauri Pitkus and VFX supervisor Douglas Purver, delving into the captivating intersection of visual effects and reality in The Gilded Age. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bertha forces the hand of New York society when a shocking secret rocks her world. Join our hosts, Alicia Malone and Tom Meyers, as they react to the episode and chat with director Michael Engler and costume designer Kasia Walicka-Maimone about this season of The Gilded Age. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Romance is in the air as Peggy returns to 61st Street, and Bertha gets the shock of her life. Hosts, Alicia Malone and Tom Meyers break down the episode and talk to director Deborah Kampmeier and production designer Bob Shaw about their work on The Gilded Age.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Easter Sunday, 1886, and a new war is brewing in Gilded Age society. Are you ready to pick a side? Join out hosts, Alicia Malone and Tom Meyers, dissect Episode 201, “You Don’t Even Like Opera,” with our extraordinary guest, Lord Julian Fellowes.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the first segment, hosts Alicia Malone (TCM) and Tom Meyers (The Bowery Boys) recap the final episode of The Gilded Age season 1.    In the second segment the hosts have a two-part interview discussion with members of the cast and crew. First, they are joined by Donna Murphy (Mrs. Astor) and EP Gareth Neame to discuss the Mrs. Astor and Bertha Russell confrontation. Then, costume designer Kasia Walicka-Maimone discusses the elaborate and detailed costumes worn throughout the production, and Sonja Warfield (Co-EP/Writer) talks about writing alongside Julian Fellowes and producing the show.   Thank you for watching The Gilded Age on HBO Max, and don’t forget to send The Official Gilded Age Podcast to a friend! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In part one, hosts Alicia Malone (TCM) and Tom Meyers (The Bowery Boys) recap episode 8 and explore “the city by the sea” -- Newport, Rhode Island. They discuss the lavish mansions built and purchased by New York’s elite during the Gilded Age and the activities they engaged in during their stay.    In Part two, they are joined by Denée Benton (Peggy Scott) to discuss Denée’s role in actively shaping Peggy’s storyline and character development, and production designer Bob Shaw to discuss the technical and creative decisions he and his crew had to make while designing for the production.    Watch The Gilded Age on HBO Max, and subscribe to The Official Gilded Age Podcast so you don’t miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In part one, hosts Alicia Malone (TCM) and Tom Meyers (The Bowery Boys) discuss American art, innovation, electricity, indoor lighting and how it changed New York during the Gilded Age.   In part two, the hosts are joined by Carrie Coon (Bertha Russell) and Director Michael Engler to discuss the research they did to prepare for the production, the parallels between the 21st century and the Gilded Age, and the production decisions that were made to create Edison’s illuminating display of electricity .    Watch The Gilded Age on HBO Max, and subscribe to The Official Gilded Age Podcast so you don’t miss an episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In part one, hosts Alicia Malone (TCM) and Tom Meyers (The Bowery Boys) debrief about the 6th episode of The Gilded Age and explore the figures and roles of men, women, and servants during the Gilded Age.   In part two, they are joined by Taissa Farmiga (Gladys Russell) and property master Michael Jortner to discuss pre-production, character development, selecting and sometimes creating props for The Gilded Age.    Watch The Gilded Age on HBO Max, and subscribe to The Official Gilded Age Podcast so you don’t miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In part one, hosts Alicia Malone (TCM) and Tom Meyers (The Bowery Boys) debrief about the fifth episode of Gilded Age and explore the roles of men and women during the Gilded Age, particularly the “unseen armies” of service workers that staffed the large homes.  In part two, they are joined by Louisa Jacobson (Marian Brook) and Thomas Cocoquerel (Tom Raikes) to discuss the development of their character's romantic relationship and their unique story arc. Watch The Gilded Age on HBO Max, and subscribe to The Official Gilded Age Podcast so you don’t miss an episode Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In part one, hosts Alicia Malone (TCM) and Tom Meyers (The Bowery Boys) discuss the fourth episode of The Gilded Age and examine the historical framework of Brooklyn and the flourishing Black Elite during the Gilded Age.   In part two, they are joined by Audra McDonald (Dorothy Scott) and historical consultant/ co-executive producer Dr. Erica Armstrong to discuss the development of the Scott family storyline, black America in 1882 and their experience working on Gilded Age.   Watch The Gilded Age on HBO Max, and subscribe to The Official Gilded Age Podcast so you don’t miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In part one, hosts Alicia Malone (TCM) and Tom Meyers (The Bowery Boys) recap this week’s episode and discuss the industries that were booming at the time, for example, railroads, newspaper/journalism, and “magic lantern shows.”   In part two they are joined by Cynthia Nixon (Aunt Ada Brooke) and director Salli Richardson-Whitfield to discuss the decisions made off-screen to bring together such a complex episode and overall production. Find out which shot wasn’t planned, but happened serendipitously to create a beautiful moment on screen.    Watch The Gilded Age on HBO Max, and subscribe to The Official Gilded Age Podcast so you don’t miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In part one of this week’s episode hosts Alicia Malone (TCM) and Tom Meyers (The Bowery Boys) explore notable New York City locations of the Gilded Age and also examine those that are relevant today. They react to events that take place leading up to the grand bazaar and discuss the important role of gatekeepers that the city aldermen played when building in New York City during the Gilded Age.   In part two, the hosts are joined by Morgan Spector (George Russell) and Lauri Pitkus (Locations Manager) to discuss the development of George’s character and the unique approach the show took to scouting and securing locations.    Watch The Gilded Age on HBO Max, and subscribe to The Official Gilded Age Podcast so you don’t miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hosts Alicia Malone (TCM) and Tom Meyers (The Bowery Boys) examine New York City hierarchy in the Gilded Age and the social constructs that go along with it. They react to the introduction of the Russell and the Van Rhijn families and how the series reflects 1800s New York. In part two, creator, writer and producer Lord Julian Fellowes joins the podcast along with Christine Baranski (Agnes Van Rhijn) to talk about creating the vision for the show and bringing Aunt Agnes to life. Watch The Gilded Age on HBO Max, and subscribe to The Official Gilded Age Podcast so you don’t miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Official Gilded Age Podcast is a companion to HBO's original series “The Gilded Age.”  This drama series is set in late 1800s New York, where a social war is raging between new money and old. After each episode, join hosts Alicia Malone from TCM and Tom Meyers from The Bowery Boys as they discuss what happened on screen; the real people, places,  and events featured on the show; the power struggles within New York's high society; and the changes in architecture, transportation and technology, Each week they’ll be joined by some of the cast and crew who bring the show to life -- the directors, historians, costume designers, and more, all sharing exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews and fun-filled history.  Watch The Gilded Age on HBO Max starting Monday, January 24th and subscribe to The Official Gilded Age Podcast so you don’t miss an episode.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join hosts Alicia Malone and Tom Meyers after every episode as they peel back the gilding between fact and fiction and talk exclusively to the people who bring The Gilded Age to life only on The Official Gilded Age Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Carlos Barron

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Nov 15th
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Nov 2nd
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Christina Valero Sabbatino

Thank you for doing this! I loved hearing all the little details from the movie/tv side to the history. Cant wait for next season!

Apr 8th
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Stephanie Rodriguez

Love this podcast! It brings the real details in comparison to the show and that's one of my favorite parts about this podcast!

Mar 23rd
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