This week’s podcast featured guest host Jeff Sharlet, a producer and producer of the hit Hulu show “Savage Love,” which features two former contestants who become friends and fall in love, before going on to find themselves in the same situation over and over again. 

The show has garnered over a million viewers on Hulu and over three million on Netflix. 

Jeff Sharlet is the co-producer of the Hulu hit “Saver” and has worked with such TV shows as “Modern Family,” “Modern Love,” and “The Big Bang Theory.” 

I was going to give you a sneak peek, but Jeff Sharle gave me a huge hug.

He’s one of the funniest people I’ve ever met, I think, in my life. 

I think Jeff Sharlett has been a major player in the industry for a long time, and it was nice to have him on this podcast. 

We’re still trying to figure out what exactly is going on. 

One of the biggest things for Hulu is the content, and I think it’s going to get a lot more intense with the next generation of content. 

Netflix has been so good to them.

Netflix has been able to keep them in the black, and that’s why I think they’re going to have a lot of success. 

That’s going on right now with the upcoming “Stranger Things” season. 

For Hulu, they’re also looking at expanding their content to other platforms. 

Hulu is working with Netflix and Amazon to create more content, including new original series. 

This is one of my favorite things for Netflix to do, because it allows them to do new shows and have them be able to adapt to the market. 

If Hulu and Amazon decide to do that, then Netflix will be able do it, too. 

What do you think Hulu and the other networks are doing? 

I’m a big fan of Hulu, and the fact that Netflix is also on board is great. 

My favorite shows on Hulu are not necessarily necessarily the best shows on Netflix, but I’m definitely a fan of that. 

But I think Netflix is going to be able leverage the platform in new ways that Hulu hasn’t been able in the past. 

Why does Hulu and other streaming services need to make a deal? 

They’ve been working with each other.

I think that’s really important. 

It’s like when you go to Walmart and the store says, ‘We’ll let you pay $2.50 for a box of chips.

You’ll have $1.75 to pay for your groceries.’ 

And you have to buy the chips, you have a $2 box of food. 

When you go on Amazon, they have the same pricing.

They’re just going to charge you $2, and then you have the choice of paying $2 or $2 and a half. 

And that’s what we’re trying to do with Hulu, so we’re just trying to make sure we’re not in the middle of this, but we’re going in the right direction. 

How has Netflix impacted the industry in the short term? 

We’ve been able for the most part to be successful. 

A lot of people have complained about the pricing, but it’s true. 

They’re offering more and more movies and TV shows. 

At some point, it’s just going get really expensive, and people are going to lose interest in what’s happening. 

Is Hulu still a business, or will it be able become a more niche business? 

Hear what Jeff Sharles said about Hulu and his upcoming “Savant” series.