Happy Thanksgiving,friend! This week is all about food, family and those little things that make the holidays special from one person to the next. Plus, Julianne Moore lends her voice to the audiobook version of Michael Cunningham's latest family saga.
Did I Just Hear That?
"You grow up and the rite of passage as an adult, I'm sure for you as well, is when you were prepping, you have your family and you’re prepping Thanksgiving dinner."
Your Mama's Kitchen
In a special Thanksgiving-themed episode, Al Roker describes his mother's holiday traditions and how that evolved when he began hosting his own dinners in a delightful conversation with host Michele Norris.
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Hilarious Family Stories to Ease Into Holiday Travel
Family Trips with the Meyers Brothers
Famous bros Josh and Seth Meyers utilized their newfound free time (Late Night with Seth Meyers was on pause until recently due to the WGA strike) to launch a podcast. Hear them in convo with their star-studded friends like Amy Poehler, Tom Holland and Pete Davidson as they relive hilarious tales of family travel.
Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
If famous sib-turned-pod hosts is the latest trend—we’re here for it! Especially when it comes to the hilarious duo Oliver and Kate Hudson. Hear tales from their Hollywood childhood—where they were raised by the iconic Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell—and interviews with fellow famous siblings.
In keeping with all things savory, Sunny Anderson hosts an all-new food-themed, true-crime series that breaks down various sweet and salty scams, deliciously dangerous derelictions of duty and culinary capers. Sounds yum!
Michael Cunningham, returns with a new family story that explores love, loss, struggles and limitations over three days, spanning three years. Starting in April 2019, married couple, Dan and Isabel, and their two young kids, Nathan and Violet, share a home with Isabel's younger brother, Robbie, as things start to fray around the edges. Jump to April 2020, when the pandemic hits and lockdown changes their entire dynamic before the novel—which is narrated by Julianne Moore, who previously starred in the award-winning movie adaptation of Cunningham's The Hours—jumps forward again to April 2021, when everyone must reckon with a new reality as they come to terms with what they've learned, lost, and look forward to.