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CHICAGO -- When Len Kasper made the surprising decision to leave the Cubs' television booth last month, the team pledged to bring in a play-by-play voice worthy of its fans' high expectations. Sciambi comes to the North Siders via ESPN, where he has continued to cement his place as one of the more popular voices in baseball. Look, this job is special. That's really what it comes down to. That news came as a collective shock for the Cubs' fanbase, and the leadership at Marquee promised to take its time in finding a replacement for one of the "real pearl positions" in broadcasting.
They wanted to show the "quiet despair" of addiction, Taylor-Joy said. Topics include: how countless producers dismissed making a film of Walter Tevis's novel about a self-destructive female chess player, calling it "non-commercial"; the word-of-mouth campaign that led to the mini-series becoming a phenomenon for Netflix; Taylor-Joy's Beth Harmon decision to sign on without reading a script due to her love of the book; the reaction of theater veteran Camp Mr. Shaibel to finding himself with a new fan base after the show's success; Melling Harry Beltik , Brodie-Sangster Benny Watts , and Taylor-Joy becoming chess devotees after learning to play for the mini-series; and how the show caused a newfound popularity for the game of chess, and skyrocketing sales of chess boards. Kelley has made the show's complex characters more of an allure than the thrill-oriented plots; the amount of shocking twists put into each episode, all of which end with a cliffhanger; viewer reactions when Ryan Phillippe's character of Cody Hoyt, the nominal lead, was killed at the end of the premiere episode; the effect of veteran actor Lynch Rick Legarski on his co-stars; how feelings of isolation while filming in British Columbia quickly created an on-set "work family"; and the surprising amount of singing which Kelley injects into a decidedly non-musical show. Topics include: how Ball's time as a youth in funeral homes influenced the pilot script; Ball's secret for creating indelible characters; the on-set practical jokes involving "cadavers"; how the ongoing relationship between Michael C.