New Amsterdam and thirtysomething director-actor-producer Peter Horton and I do a deep dive on making a television show, humanity and sending our daughters off to college.
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You'll hear Peter Horton and I dissect:
His new hit TV series, New Amsterdam
Being Gary on thirtysomething
Children of the Corn and Side Out
Nuts & bolts of being a producer
Making a network TV show in New York when you live in LA
Shooting television in Los Angeles
Our defense mechanisms
Sending our daughters off to college
The “magnetism of technology”
Why he didn’t want to be an actor
After hanging out with us for an hour, you’ll feel like Peter’s an old friend (who you can’t wait to see again).