The new hit Netflix show 'Uncoupled'; Grammy winner Aoife O'Donovan's new album : Here & Now Within a week since its release, Netflix's new original series Uncoupled starring Neil Patrick Harris has quickly leapt into the streaming service's top 10. Darren Star, who created Sex and the City, is also behind this show — and there seem to be some similarities. NPR's TV critic Eric Deggans joins us. And, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Aoife O'Donovan reflects on her musical life (and shouts out to Joni Mitchell) on her new album "Age of Apathy." The singer-songwriter talks about the album, and we revisit our conversation from January.

The new hit Netflix show 'Uncoupled'; Grammy winner Aoife O'Donovan's new album

The new hit Netflix show 'Uncoupled'; Grammy winner Aoife O'Donovan's new album

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Within a week since its release, Netflix's new original series Uncoupled starring Neil Patrick Harris has quickly leapt into the streaming service's top 10. Darren Star, who created Sex and the City, is also behind this show — and there seem to be some similarities. NPR's TV critic Eric Deggans joins us.

And, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Aoife O'Donovan reflects on her musical life (and shouts out to Joni Mitchell) on her new album "Age of Apathy." The singer-songwriter talks about the album, and we revisit our conversation from January.

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