Amazon Music and IMDb have announced a new original podcast with the upcoming launch of That Scene with Dan Patrick. The weekly series will feature actors and filmmakers discussing what went on behind-the-scenes of some of Hollywood’s most famous and iconic movie and TV moments with legendary sports broadcaster Dan Patrick. Beginning September 22, the new show will be exclusively available on Amazon Music, which now features a wide selection of popular podcasts, including Movies That Changed My Life from IMDb.
The inaugural episode features actor and comedian Adam Sandler (Saturday Night Live, Billy Madison) who shares the story of his infamous fight with legendary game show host Bob Barker in Happy Gilmore. Upcoming episodes will feature fellow SNL alumni and actors Will Ferrell (Old School) and David Spade (Tommy Boy), as well as Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), and Peter Billingsley, better known as Ralphie Parker from A Christmas Story.
“We all have moments in life that take us back to a specific time or feeling in our lives,” said Dan Patrick. “For some it’s a familiar smell, a taste, or a song. For me and so many, it’s a scene in a movie that made us laugh, made us cry, frightened us, inspired us, or simply provided escape. This podcast is about those moments, and I could not be more passionate about sharing them with you again – but this time it will be all about how those scenes happened, and sometimes how they almost never happened at all. I cannot think of a more perfect place to share them than IMDb and Amazon Music.”
Amazon Music announced earlier today the launch of podcasts in the U.S., UK, Germany and Japan, including popular titles and exclusive and original series across all tiers of service, at no additional cost to customers. Listeners can look to Amazon Music to discover the best of music and entertainment all in one place, including new originals coming soon from DJ Khaled, Becky G, and more.
That Scene with Dan Patrick is produced by Dan Patrick Productions in collaboration with IMDb Originals.