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George Watson, Longtime ABC News Washington Bureau Chief, Dies at 86 

George Watson, a former Washington bureau chief, White House correspondent and vp for ABC News, died Thursday, a network spokesperson announced. He was 86. After serving as a correspondent and bureau chief in Moscow and London, where he covered major events in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Watson returned to the U.S. in 1975 […]

Lily Rabe on the Tragedy of Betty Gore Explored in ‘Love & Death’: “There’s So Much Misperception”

[This story contains spoilers from the finale of Love & Death, “Ssssshh.”] Lily Rabe had heard about the Candy Montgomery-Betty Gore case, but it wasn’t until Nicole Kidman, an executive producer on Love & Death, reached out to her about playing Betty that she began to research. “It always excites me to hear, ‘It’s so different […]

‘Queen Charlotte’ Opens at No. 1 on Nielsen Streaming Chart

Netflix’s Bridgerton prequel had a big opening — one that also boosted interest in its parent show. Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story debuted at No. 1 in Nielsen’s streaming rankings for May 1-7. The six-episode prequel, which premiered May 4, had 1.89 billion minutes of viewing in the United States for the week, easily outpacing every […]

‘Boys in Blue’ Director Peter Berg on Whether Doc Series Changed His View on Policing

For many years, filmmaker Peter Berg held nothing but fond memories from his college days in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. “My memory was just one of happiness and real joy, and it felt extremely diverse and inclusive,” the Macalester College alum tells THR — until decades later, when the murder of […]

‘Cruel Summer’ EP Jessica Biel on Reliving Y2K Nostalgia in Season 2: “We Didn’t Realize How Cool It Was”

Jessica Biel rose to stardom in the early 2000s-era of movies, starring in films like Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Stealth, Blade: Trinity, I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, not to mention her time on hit series 7th Heaven. Now, the actress returns to that Y2K nostalgia as an executive producer of Freeform’s Cruel Summer, now […]

‘Somebody Somewhere’ Renewed for Third Season on HBO

HBO is heading back to the Little Apple. The premium cable outlet has renewed Somebody Somewhere for a third season. The pickup comes a few days after the dramedy starring Bridget Everett and set in Manhattan, Kansas, concluded its seven-episode second season. “We’re thrilled to announce the third season of the honest and impactful Somebody […]

‘Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal’ Director on Uncovering an “Underbelly of Corruption, Greed and Powers of Social Control”

The saga behind Netflix’s Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal was a monster to take on, with added pressure on the filmmakers as details unfolded in real time while they were in production. Directed by Jenner Furst and Julia Willoughby Nason, the doc series chronicles the powerful and wealthy Murdaugh family in the Lowcountry region of […]

Fox News Shakes Up Weekend Lineup, Steve Hilton’s ‘The Next Revolution’ Ending Run

Fox News is shaking up its primetime lineup … on the weekends, at least. The cable news channel says that it will launch a new lineup beginning this weekend, with some shows switching timeslots, and one program, The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton, ending its run on the channel. Hilton has hosted The Next Revolution […]

How ‘Queen Charlotte’ Star Arsema Thomas Prepared for the Role of Young Lady Danbury: “I Needed to Call Upon the Women in My Life”

Arsema Thomas had not seen the Netflix hit Bridgerton before she sent in an audition tape to play young Lady Agatha Danbury in its prequel series, Queen Charlotte, while doing her master’s degree in fine arts in London. But even without having seen the show that has captivated fans globally, she knew she wanted the […]

TV Premiere Dates 2023: The Complete Guide

With literally thousands of TV series — scripted and unscripted, news and sports — airing in a given year, it’s hard to keep track of when any given show will be on a screen. The Hollywood Reporter is here to help. Below is a comprehensive guide to premiere dates across all platforms for the coming […]

‘And Just Like That’ Season 2 Trailer Reveals How Aidan Comes Back Into Carrie’s Life

Carrie Bradshaw is moving on in the return of And Just Like That. The official trailer for season two of the hit HBO sequel series to Sex and the City picks up more than one year after Big’s (Chris Noth) sudden death and sees Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) focused on moving on. Not only has […]

Tom Hanks, Baby Jessica and Lessons from a Three Strike Writer

It was October of 1987 and I was saving the morning’s writing on my Mac 512 – a process that took about a minute longer than Michelangelo needed to finish chiseling David – when the phone rang. I welcomed the diversion. “Turn on CNN,” said the voice on the other end. It was Ken Finkleman, […]

Critics’ Conversation: In the Shadow of ‘Succession,’ a TV Spring Full of Risks and Rewards

THR’s TV critics found plenty to praise (and puzzle over) on the small screen the past few months — including a Netflix standout stained by controversy, a true original on Peacock and shows that understood the appeal of formula done right.

Peter Rice’s Next Act: Film, TV Producing Deal With A24 (Exclusive)

Peter Rice has found his next gig. The respected film and television executive, who was unceremoniously ousted at Chapek-era Disney, will next focus on becoming an independent producer and has partnered with powerhouse A24. Under the producing and co-financing agreement, Rice will have a nonexclusive deal with the Oscar-winning outfit. Film and TV projects that fall […]

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 […]

Dana Carvey Reveals Why He Wouldn’t Let Robin Williams Make an Appearance in Iconic Church Lady ‘SNL’ Sketch

Dana Carvey is opening up about why he wouldn’t allow the late Robin Williams to make an appearance in his popular “Church Lady” sketch on Saturday Night Live. During a recent episode of his Fly on the Wall podcast, which he co-hosts with David Spade, Carvey revealed that he was afraid that Williams’ energy would […]