On a weekly basis, BBC Radio 5 Live’s podcast Must Watch brings listeners a guide to the best (and worst) in new TV and streaming shows with hosts Scott Bryan, Hayley Campbell, and Nihal Arthanayake. Today’s episode includes reviews of BBC One’s I Can See Your Voice and Sky’s Wellington Paranormal, as well as two very special guests from Marvel’s hit new series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier — Daniel Brühl and Emily VanCamp, who portray Helmut Zemo and Sharon Carter, respectively.
You can listen to the episode here. The conversation about The Falcon and The Winter Soldier begins shortly after the 22-minute mark, in which Brühl discusses Zemo’s fabulous improv dance moves. He also spoke about how he only had the chance to drive one of the fancy classic cars on the show (despite his unforgettable portrayal of Formula One driver Niki Lauda in Rush), his own cars that he owns personally, and the fact that he was the German voice actor for Lightning McQueen in Pixar’s Cars.
VanCamp comes in around the 27-minute mark, and she touches on how it felt to return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe after so many years. She explains how Sharon has changed, hardened by her experiences, and the fact that she’s happy to see her character independent of a love story this time around.
Picking up after the events of Avengers: Endgame, in which Steve Rogers passed on his vibranium shield to Sam Wilson, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier sees the return of Anthony Mackie’s Sam and Sebastian Stan’s Bucky Barnes. Faced with a myriad of problems to solve, the two must team up on a global adventure that tests both their skills and their patience with one another.
Episode 5 of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will land exclusively on Disney+ this Friday, April 16. Follow along with our weekly coverage on the series, including our predictions and theories for the final two episodes and our exclusive interview with series composer Henry Jackman!
A new mid-season sneak peek trailer was released today — you can check out our breakdown of it here.