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Neil Patrick Harris Says Filming for ‘Uncoupled’ Season 2 Is “on Pause” Due to Writers Strike

Showtime picked up the comedy series after Netflix canceled it following its first season.

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The Music of ‘Queen Charlotte’ Is a Theme Fit for a Royal

Bridgerton composer Kris Bowers is back for its spinoff drama series Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, which delves into the life and rise to power of, well, Queen Charlotte. With its exploration of mental illness and fitness to rule, the show is tonally much darker than its predecessor, says Bowers, which provided its own set […]

Sydney Sweeney Says Two Family Members Turned Off ‘Euphoria’ and “Walked Out” of the Room

Sydney Sweeney is opening up about the first time her family watched Euphoria and said a few family members didn’t get very far. During a preview clip for an upcoming episode of Sunday Today with Willie Geist, the Reality actress said her mother knew what to expect of her role in the Sam Levinson-created risqué […]

Tom Holland Says ‘The Crowded Room’ “Absolutely Broke” Him

Tom Holland put his all into The Crowded Room The Spider-Man actor recently opened up about balancing — or not balancing — his duties as an executive producer and star in the first installment of the AppleTV+ anthology series. “This show absolutely broke me in every way possible,” Holland tells The Hollywood Reporter at The […]

‘Dave’ Breakout Tenea Intriago on Playing a Stalker Opposite Brad Pitt and Finding Humanity in Villains

[This story contains major spoilers for the Dave season three finale, “Looking for Love.”]  If Dave breakout Tenea Intriago had made her high school basketball team she (probably) never would have found herself holding Brad Pitt and Lil Dicky hostage on screen in the FX comedy’s season finale. The 4-foot-11 actress says she’s always dreamed big and, […]

‘Dear Mama’ Director Allen Hughes on Tupac Shakur’s Legacy: “He Lived More in a Day Than Most in a Year”

By the time the fifth and final episode of FX/Hulu’s Dear Mama: The Saga of Afeni and Tupac Shakur ends, director Allen Hughes comes from behind the camera and embraces Afeni’s sister, Glo, with a generous hug. She can no longer hold back the flood of tears recalling the harrowing yet remarkable lives of her […]

Feinberg Forecast: Emmys Projections With Two Weeks Until Nomination Voting

PLEASE NOTE: This forecast, assembled by The Hollywood Reporter’s awards columnist Scott Feinberg, reflects his best attempt to predict the behavior of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, not his personal preferences. He arrives at these standings by drawing upon consultations with voters and strategists, analysis of marketing and campaigns, results of awards that […]

Jay Leno Looks Back on Famous Hugh Grant 1995 Interview

Jay Leno is looking back at his famous interview with Hugh Grant on The Tonight Show. During a conversation with Chris Wallace on Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?, available on Max and airing on CNN, the former late night host reflected on securing an interview with Grant in 1995, which was most notably after the […]

Kaley Cuoco and Chris Messina Couldn’t Stop Laughing While Filming ‘Based on a True Story’: “We Drove People Crazy” 

The biggest challenge in filming Peacock’s dark comedy thriller Based on a True Story? Getting stars Kaley Cuoco and Chris Messina to stop laughing in between takes. “They’re so funny together,” director and executive producer Alexander Buono told The Hollywood Reporter at the show’s Thursday night premiere. “Honestly, the hardest thing was to get them […]

Guest Column: ‘Mind Over Murder’ Director on How a Play Swayed Opinion Over a Murder

Memory has always been an important topic to me as a filmmaker, starting with my first documentary. After finishing the edit, I watched it with the main subject of the film. She told me that everything in the film happened just as she’d remembered it. This was surprising to me, because in the edit, I […]

Critics Appreciation: ‘Party Down’ Star Ken Marino Holds It All Together

At this point in Peak TV, it’s almost harder to think of an old, beloved series that hasn’t come back in some fashion — and yet, even within that landscape, Starz’s long-overdue third season of Party Down stands out as the rare revival that completely and utterly works. Within the first minutes of the premiere, […]

Maureen Ryan on Why ‘Burn It Down’ Isn’t a “Trashy Cash Grab” and the Silence From Networks, Studios Over Allegations

Maureen Ryan, author of the upcoming Hollywood exposé Burn It Down, says a number of major networks, studios and entertainment companies responded with “crickets” when she reached out about allegations regarding their TV shows. The veteran entertainment reporter and contributing editor at Vanity Fair appears on the latest episode of The Hollywood Reporter‘sTV’s Top 5 podcast, […]

‘Never Have I Ever’ Stars on What They Kept From Set and How Series Will End: “No Matter What Team You’re On, You’re Going to Love It”

Never Have I Ever celebrated its fourth and final season premiere on Thursday, but with two key pieces missing — co-creators Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher, who skipped the event amid the writers strike. “I love what I get to do, and I understand how lucky I am to be able to work in Hollywood […]