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Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren and Stars of ‘1923’ on Joining Taylor Sheridan’s Universe: “There’s Nothing Else Quite Like It”

Paramount+ hosted the L.A. premiere of Taylor Sheridan's newest series about the Dutton family and the cast and costume designer opened up to THR about what it's like to work for the TV mogul.

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Jeff Blackburn Retires as Head of Amazon’s Global Entertainment Group

Jeff Blackburn is retiring. The head of Amazon’s Global Entertainment Group will sign off from the company in January after more than two decades with the retail giant and streaming platform. The moves were announced Friday via internal memos from Amazon CEO Andy Jassy and Blackburn himself. The news comes a year and a half […]

‘Surface’ Renewed for Second Season at Apple TV+

Apple TV+ is headed back to the Surface. The tech giant’s streaming service has picked up a second season of the thriller starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw. The renewal comes three months after the conclusion of its eight-episode first season. Created by Veronica West (High Fidelity) and produced by Apple Studios and Hello Sunshine, Surface follows Sophie […]

Why ‘Andor’ Is One of the Year’s Best Shows

Welcome to the 194th episode of TV’s Top 5, The Hollywood Reporter’s TV podcast. Every week, hosts Lesley Goldberg (West Coast TV editor) and Daniel Fienberg (chief TV critic) break down the latest TV news with context from the business and critical sides, welcome showrunners, executives and other guests, and provide a critical guide of what to watch (or skip, as […]

Brad William Henke, ‘Orange Is the New Black’ and ‘Lost’ Actor, Dies at 56

Brad William Henke, who was a defensive end in the NFL before launching an acting career that included such television series as Lost, Justified and Orange Is the New Black, has died. He was 56. Henke’s agent Sheree Cohen told The Hollywood Reporter that the performer died Tuesday in his sleep. The cause of death […]

‘Manifest’ Returns to Top of Streaming Charts

The fourth season of Manifest returned the NBC-turned-Netflix show to the top of the streaming charts. The drama did not, however, have as much viewing time as it did in previous times on the rankings. Manifest drew 1.37 billion minutes of viewing time for its 52 episodes the week of Oct. 31 to Nov. 6; […]

‘Willow’ Creator Jonathan Kasdan Talks the Series’ Origin and the Case for More of Emilia Clarke’s ‘Solo’ Character

In December 2015, Jonathan Kasdan was in attendance for the WGA screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and he overheard Lucasfilm boss Kathleen Kennedy tell a quick little anecdote that would ultimately get the ball rolling on his Willow series. Kasdan knew right away that Elora Danan (Ellie Bamber), the central and infantile figure […]

LeVar Burton to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Inaugural Children’s & Family Emmys

Emmy-winning actor, director and educator LeVar Burton has been announced as the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the first-ever Children’s and Family Emmys, taking place Dec. 11 at the Wilshire Ebell Theater in Los Angeles. The award will be presented by acclaimed Emmy and Tony-winning actor, director, writer and producer Laurence Fishburne. Burton […]

TV Premiere Dates 2022: The Complete Guide

TV and streaming premiere dates 2022: A comprehensive guide of launch dates for scripted and unscripted fare from broadcast, cable and premium networks and streaming services.

‘Gossip Girl’ Creator and Stars Tease What’s to Come in “Mean” Season 2 of the Reboot: “We Give Twitter What They Want”

Hey, Upper East Siders, Gossip Girl is back and she’s meaner than ever. Ahead of the season two premiere of HBO Max’s Gossip Girl reboot, creator Joshua Safran and stars Grace Duah, Savannah Lee Smith, Emily Alyn Lind, Evan Mock and Eli Brown stopped by NYC’s Prospect Park Nitehawk Cinema on Wednesday for an advance […]

Drew Goddard Lands Animated Monster-Hunter Comedy at FX

Drew Goddard is branching into animation. The Martian and Bad Times at the El Royale writer and director is writing and executive producing an animated comedy for FX. The cable outlet has given a pilot order to the project, which is called The Trenches and follows a modern family of monster hunters. The project comes […]

Allison Janney on Leaping Into Producing and Why She’ll Never Direct

Allison Janney has just made a deal to produce her first project by partnering with veteran executive and producer Bob Greenblatt on a series adaptation of the book Confident Women: Swindlers, Grifters and Shapeshifters of the Feminine Persuasion for Amazon. Asked why she’s putting on a producer hat for the first time in her career, […]

Eric Kim Promoted to Run Current at CBS

Eric Kim has been promoted to exec vp current programming at CBS. Kim, an 11-year CBS veteran, fills the void created by the promotion of Amy Reisenbach. Reisenbach this month was upped to entertainment president at CBS, replacing the ousted Kelly Kahl after the exec, who spent nearly 30 years at CBS, was ousted in […]