This Week on SalonTV: Interpol, Lauren Miller Rogen of "Like Father" and more

Tune in for talks on Netflix's latest comedy, an anticipated rock album and a new book about race in America

Published August 6, 2018 7:26PM (EDT)


Lauren Miller Rogen, the writer, director and producer of the new Netflix comedy “Like Father,” starring Kristen Bell and Kelsey Grammer, will appear on “Salon Talks” this week. The new Netflix original movie, streaming now, rekindles an estranged father and daughter’s relationship under this hilarious scenario—the duo takes the Caribbean honeymoon cruise she was supposed to go on with her fiancé.

The lead guitarist of Interpol, Daniel Kessler, presents the band's new studio album, "Marauder," out August 24. Six albums later, how is the band evolving from its original New York indie rock roots? Interpol’s single, “The Rover,” off the new album, was recently featured at the World Cup.

And, don't miss an unbelievable and true story of racism and policing in America. Former police officer and now law enforcement expert Matthew Horace sits down with Salon’s D. Watkins to unpack America’s systematic challenges with race, how they affect police departments, and reveals his own shocking experiences. Horace is the author of new book based off of his time as a cop. “The Black and The Blue: A Cop Reveals the Crimes, Racism, and Injustice in America’s Law Enforcement" is out August 7.

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