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Lacey Rose

Executive Editor, Television

Lacey Rose is the Executive Editor, Television, for The Hollywood Reporter, where she’s written more than 100 cover stories. Her subjects have included mogul Oprah Winfrey, shock jock Howard Stern and the final days at The Wendy Williams Show. She also writes THR’s monthly Table for Two column, which centers on the power players navigating the seismic shifts in the entertainment industry, and moderates THR’s Emmy-nominated Roundtable series. A Duke University alum, Rose has earned numerous awards thanks to her coverage of the business. Prior to THR, she spent nearly a decade on staff at Forbes Magazine in her native New York.

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“I’m Not Just Here to Smile”: Jenna Ortega, Elle Fanning and the THR Comedy Actress Roundtable

“My God, we are a breath of fresh, fabulous air,” declared Abbott Elementary’s Sheryl Lee Ralph as she looked around the table at Jenna Ortega (Wednesday), Elle Fanning (The Great), Ayo Edebiri (The Bear), Natasha Lyonne (Poker Face) and Devery Jacobs (Reservation Dogs) — all gathered on a late April morning for THR’s annual Comedy […]

How to Get to That “F*** You, I’ll Do What I Want” Place: Steven Yeun, John Mulaney and the THR Comedy Actor Roundtable

“So, same time next week?” Abbott Elementary star Tyler James Williams jokes with the others — Steven Yeun (Beef), Jason Segel (Shrinking), Mo Amer (Mo) and John Mulaney (John Mulaney: Baby J) — after a particularly therapeutic hour of conversation in early May. It is THR‘s annual Comedy Actor Emmy Roundtable, and the five men […]

How FX’s ‘Dave’ Landed Brad Pitt for Its Season Finale (Exclusive)

[This story contains spoilers from the season finale of Dave, “Looking for Love.”] Dave’s guest star roster now includes Brad Pitt. The movie star guested on the FX comedy’s season three finale as a version of himself opposite creator/star Dave Burd. Pitt, who filmed over several days, many of them night shoots, has considerably more than […]

Spies, Killers and Internet Daddies: Pedro Pascal, Kieran Culkin and the THR Drama Actor Roundtable

It was a Saturday afternoon in late April, and the writers strike was looming, if not inevitable. Still, the six men gathered in L.A. for The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Drama Actor Emmy Roundtable showed no signs of panic. In fact, The Old Man’s Jeff Bridges and Dahmer’s Evan Peters were busy sharing breathing exercises, while […]

Paramount Shake-Up: Showtime Research Guru Kim Lemon Out, Laurel Weir Upped

The game of musical chairs continues at Paramount. On Tuesday, the company’s fast-rising TV boss Chris McCarthy and its chief research officer Colleen Fahey Rush announced via internal memo that Kim Lemon, Showtime’s evp of data strategy, research, scheduling and programming, would be exiting. In what it likely no surprise to those within, Lemon is […]

Tom Segura on His Gummy-Guzzling Mom, “Universally Loathed” Ted Cruz and His New Netflix Special

Tom Segura is back in the spotlight. The comic and prolific podcaster is readying his fifth Netflix stand-up special. This one, titled Tom Segura: Sledgehammer, will roll out globally July 4. The Ryan Polito-directed hour, which he filmed before a sold-out crowd at Phoenix’s Celebrity Theater, focuses largely on Segura’s comedian wife, their two young […]

How Ike Barinholtz’s Dad Landed at the Lovable Center of Amazon Freevee’s ‘Jury Duty’

Alan Barinholtz was 40-plus years into his Chicago-based legal career when his actor son, Ike, called with an opportunity: A friend of a friend was in search of a retired or semi-retired lawyer or judge with improv experience for an upcoming TV series. Might he be interested? All Alan would need to do was put […]

Paramount Cuts 25 Percent of Staff From TV Networks, MTV News Shutting Down

The cuts keep coming. Chris McCarthy’s swath of Paramount Global is laying off 25 percent of its domestic team today. The reduction comes on the heels of integrating Showtime into his cable and streaming purview, which will be consolidated into two functions going forward. There are “studios,” which now combine Showtime with MTV Entertainment Studios, […]

Paramount Officially Orders ‘Yellowstone’ Sequel, Announces an End to the Main Series

Yellowstone is officially coming to a close, but the Dutton Dynasty will live on. The news that Yellowstone’s final episodes will air starting in November, which follows a protracted scheduling battle with star Kevin Costner, also includes the formal reveal that Paramount will be moving forward with a sequel to the most watched show across […]

A Deluge of Eleventh-Hour Scripts Have Execs Contemplating What to Do Next

The Hollywood workday is poised to change dramatically, should the writers strike carry on — but for now, creative executives insist they’ve got plenty to read. “Agents are like, ‘Are you going to Cabo?!’ and we’re like, ‘Um, nope,’” relays one executive, who adds: “We no joke got 2,348,283,479 scripts dumped on us [Monday] night.” […]

Comedian John Mulaney Cancels ‘Baby J’ FYC Screening and Panel Amid Strike (Exclusive)

In a likely sign of what’s to come, John Mulaney becomes the first major talent to cancel his For Your Consideration event tied to his new Netflix special, Baby J. The screening, followed by a conversation between moderator Jon Stewart and the Emmy-winning comic, was scheduled for Saturday night at Netflix’s FYC space. Given what […]

James Corden’s Producers Look Back on ‘Late Late’ Hits — and Misses: “Would’ve Been Nice to Have Beyoncé”

After eight years and some 1,200 episodes of The Late Late Show, James Corden is signing off. The Brit, who launched his iteration of the CBS late night show as a virtual unknown among U.S. viewers in 2015, has announced that he’ll be returning to the U.K. with his wife and three children. The decision […]