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The Emmy-nominated third season of Netflix's crime thriller is a front-runner for best drama series thanks to a cast of actors that showrunner Chris Mundy says gives his writers confidence: "When we push to their most extreme selves, it has worked out well."
08/18/2020 by Tyler Coates
'The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain' was among the winners announced Sunday to close out the 24th annual Urbanworld Film Festival.
09/28/2020 by Chris Gardner
Marketers using the platform will be able to buy connected video ads from the CBS TV network, Comedy Central, BET, Pluto TV, CBS All Access, Nickelodeon and the company’s other brands.
08/04/2020 by Alex Weprin
Even in high-profile projects with A-list co-stars, the actress has found a way to stand out and forge star status.
08/12/2020 by THR staff
Marshall Betts, Avery McTaggart, Amy Davidman, Ryan Craven and Devin Landau are behind a new firm managing artists like Cuco, Courtney Barnett and Jungle.
09/01/2020 by Etan Vlessing
Johnny Flynn plays a young David Bowie on an abortive 1971 U.S. promotional tour in this portrait of an emerging rock star in search of a persona, also featuring Marc Maron and Jena Malone.
04/16/2020 by David Rooney
Night 4 lacked the substance of night 3 — and some of Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ jokes jarred — but Biden closed with a speech that powerfully captured the crossroads this election represents.
08/21/2020 by Inkoo Kang
Colbert Casts Joe Biden's Experience With Loss, "Presidential" Nature Against Trump in Final 'Late Show' DNC Live Monologue
The late night host opted for a more genuine approach to recapping Joe Biden's closing night appearance, saving the show's more blistering takes for former presidential candidate and billionaire Michael Bloomberg.
08/21/2020 by Abbey White
The 'Ozark' actress showed appreciation to her costars for "teaching me to be a better actor."
09/20/2020 by Sharareh Drury
The TV show will follow a "rambunctious cavalcade of pranksters, con men and rapscallions, in other words, journalists," and will be co-created by the 'American Psycho' and 'Trainspotting' authors.
07/21/2020 by Alex Ritman
"She Sticks Her Finger Right Into the Socket": How 'Ozark' Star Julia Garner Became a Scene-Stealer and Emmy Favorite
Nominated for her second best supporting actress award, the 26-year-old reveals the angst of not acting during lockdown, what happened when she met the imprisoned real-life subject of her coming Netflix show from Shonda Rhimes, and how she became one of TV's most sought-after young actresses.
08/12/2020 by Rebecca Keegan
The actress, the host for the Democratic National Convention's final night, took some pointed shots at President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
08/20/2020 by the Associated Press
The news dropped during a digital showcase Wednesday that included updates to games arriving at launch.
09/16/2020 by Trilby Beresford
The six actors at the center of one of the most beloved sitcoms in TV history reconvene for a rare group interview to discuss how they wound up on that show, what really went on behind the scenes and why an HGTV special reunited them 50 years later.
09/27/2020 by Scott Feinberg
Russian director Andrei Konchalovsky revisits a 1962 state massacre of striking factory workers, which becomes the chilling turning point in the life of apparatchik Julia Vysotskaya.
09/07/2020 by Deborah Young