In this episode of Pop Culture Weekly with Kyle McMahon, Kyle talks with Pentatonix member Scott Hoying about his brand new singe Mars. if he'll continue with Pentatonix, when we can expect an album and so much more!
Then Kyle talks with the cast of Apple TV+'s Servant live at the premiere of Season 4.
In this episode of Pop Culture Weekly with Kyle McMahon, Kyle talks with Pentatonix member Scott Hoying about his brand new singe Mars. (Listen to Mars here), if he'll continue with Pentatonix, if we can exepct an album, and so much more!
Then Kyle is live in New York City for the Season 4 premiere of Servant from Apple TV+. Kyle is on the red carpet to talk with M. Night Shyamalan, Nell Tiger Free, Rupert Grint, Boris McGiver, Mathilde Dehaye, Ishana Shyamalan and Barbara Kingsley. Watch Servant now on Apple TV+ with your free trial!
Click here to read Kyle's review of Servant, Season 4.
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Director / Writer / Producer / Actor
M. Night Shyamalan is an American filmmaker, writer, producer and actor. He is best known for making original films with contemporary supernatural plots and twist endings. He was born in Mahé, India, and raised in Penn Valley, Pennsylvania. The cumulative gross of his films exceeds $3.3 billion globally.
Rupert Alexander Lloyd Grint is an English actor. Grint rose to fame for his role as Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter film series, for which he was cast at age eleven, having previously acted only in school plays and his local theatre group. Since then, he continued his work on film, television, and theatre.
Beginning in 2002, he began to work outside of the Harry Potter franchise, with a co-leading role in Thunderpants. He starred in the dramedy Driving Lessons (2006) and the drama Cherrybomb and co-starred in the comedy Wild Target (2010). After the Harry Potter series concluded, he appeared in the films Into the White (2012), Charlie Countryman, CBGB (2013), and Moonwalkers (2015). He made his stage debut in 2013 in Mojo at the Harold Pinter Theatre. He executive-produced and starred in the television series Snatch, based on the film of the same name. He has also starred in the black comedy series Sick Note, the mystery thriller miniseries The ABC Murders, and the psychological horror series Servant.