Shout! Factory Announces New ‘Shout! Takes’ Podcast Schedule

Courtesy: Shout! Factory

Shout! Factory has announced the next slate of episodes for its Shout! Takes podcast series.

The series continues with an interview with Reginald Hudland, of Black Panther fame.  Hudland is most well-known for his role as one of the most respected writers of Marvel’s Black Panther comic book.  He also adapted the original comic book’s first six issues into an animated mini-series.

In Episode 10 of Shout! Takes which was originally recorded in 2011, Hudland — who is also president of Black Entertainment Television and an accomplished writer/director —  discusses his love of comic books, getting to write for Black Panther, and his thoughts on Black Panther eventually being adapted for the big screen.

The series continues with Episode 11, in which the now late great Robert Guillaume sits down to talk about the power of Aaron Sorkin’s writing, his own interest in how his Sports Night character Isaac Jaffe came to be, mentoring his then younger cast mates, who did the best Richard Pryor impersonation and his own survival of a stroke.

Rose McIver is the star of Episode 12.  The former Power Rangers RPM star talks in her interview about playing Summer Landsdown in the series — which by the way, Shout! Factory is scheduled to release this month on DVD box set — working on the show in her home nation of New Zealand and the devotion of Power Rangers‘ legions of fans.

This coming Friday, March 9, Teen Wolf stars jerry Levine and Matt Adler talk about the legacy of the original 1985 Teen Wolf movie which starred Michael J. Fox, their characters, and the movie’s legacy.

Each of the podcasts is streaming online now here.  More information on Shout! Takes is available online now along with all of the latest Shout! Factory news at:






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