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Television Reviews
Nearly 30 years after cult favorite 'Fishing With John,' musician and character actor John Lurie returns to TV with an HBO half-hour loosely focused on his tertiary career as an artist.
01/22/2021 by Daniel Fienberg
With a predominantly Korean American cast and crew, the writer-director says of his film, "This is probably the first time something like this could have been made."
01/21/2021 by Mia Galuppo
The cable and internet service provider is liable for piracy infringement of over 10,000 musical works on its network.
01/13/2021 by Chris Eggertsen
The Oscar-winning South Korean filmmaker will head up the international jury for the 78th Venice Film Festival in September.
01/15/2021 by Scott Roxborough
Ashley Clark, Joshua Oppenheimer and Lana Wilson will sit on the U.S. documentary jury ahead of awards night on Feb. 2.
01/22/2021 by Etan Vlessing
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A half dozen CW shows and the NFL's conference title games are also set for the week of Jan. 18-24.
01/17/2021 by Rick Porter
Randomized titles for members to watch and compulsory "conscious voter" videos are just some of the major changes implemented as round one of voting opens up, with BAFTA cheering a huge spike in completed diversity surveys and more than 80,000 streams on its new viewing platform.
01/12/2021 by Alex Ritman
Live Feed
Season two of Netflix's 'Blown Away' and Syfy's new series 'Resident Alien' are also set to premiere in the next seven days.
01/21/2021 by Rick Porter
Live Feed
Some 30 million people watched coverage during the day and evening on broadcast networks and the major cable news channels. CNN had its most watched day ever.
01/07/2021 by Rick Porter
During debate before the vote, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asked Republicans and Democrats to "search their souls." Trump would be the first American president to be impeached twice.
01/13/2021 by Associated Press
The Race
The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist updates his assessment.
01/22/2021 by Scott Feinberg
Television Reviews
Ted Danson and Holly Hunter star in Tina Fey's new NBC workplace comedy about a retired businessman who thrusts himself into L.A. politics.
01/05/2021 by Inkoo Kang
The Race
The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist updates his projections.
01/15/2021 by Scott Feinberg
Jeffrey Sharp addresses the challenges posed by the pandemic, and why the Independent Film Project is rebranding itself as the Gotham Film and Media Institute.
01/06/2021 by Pamela McClintock
Sky has bolstered its film offerings with another major content deal, gaining access to StudioCanal's upcoming releases and library. 
01/17/2021 by Alex Ritman