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Lena Dunham on Her First Film in a Decade, Youthful Blind Spots and Hope to Reboot ‘Girls’

It was early 2020, and Lena Dunham was living in London, excitedly preparing to make her first feature film since her 2010 breakout Tiny Furniture. She had moved to the city temporarily in the summer of 2019 to direct the pilot for the HBO series Industry and loved it so much, she stayed. The film […]

Judd Apatow Defends Lena Dunham’s Response to ‘Girls’ Writer Harassment Accusations

Dunham and Jenni Konner defended Murray Miller after he was accused by actress Aurora Perrineau of sexually assault, only to apologize for the statement a day later.

‘The Americans’ Star Matthew Rhys Jokes He Knew Trump-Russia Scandal Would Happen

The actor, a guest on Monday's 'Late Night With Seth Meyers,' also recounted his nerve-racking experience sitting next to Michelle Obama at a White House state dinner.

Emmy Snubs: Jimmy Fallon, Oprah, Lena Dunham Not Nominated in Major Categories

Also, no series nominations were received by 'The Americans,' 'Transparent' or CBS All Access' 'The Good Wife' spinoff, 'The Good Fight.'

Judd Apatow Reveals How Lena Dunham’s Final ‘Girls’ Storyline Came to Be

The showrunner wanted to show the series' main character grow out of her selfishness by becoming a mother.

‘Veep,’ ‘Girls,’ ‘Atlanta’ Scribes Reveal Secrets of Their Writers Rooms: “Required” Arguments, “Group Therapy”

The writers on 18 comedies and dramas spill on what really happens behind the scenes: La Croix addictions, Ping-Pong and a game called Tippy Catchy.

Comedy Showrunner Roundtable: Judd Apatow, David Mandel on Worst Pitches and Why Trump Should Get Credit on ‘Veep’

Six top TV bosses — including Kenya Barris, Gloria Calderon Kellett, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Scott Silveri — also open up about the horrors of network casting, the pressure to get political and the pitfalls of borrowing from one's own life.

Showrunners Sound Off: Judd Apatow, Ryan Murphy and Ava DuVernay on Empire-Building, Pigeonholing and Saying No

Twelve star producers — also including Kenya Barris, Noah Hawley, Jenji Kohan, David E. Kelley and David Mandel — open up about writing scripts based on their own lives, how Trump is affecting their shows and getting put into creative boxes. Says DuVernay, "I get the first black everything. Every first black doesn't need a movie."

Selena Gomez’s “Only You” and Ariana Grande’s “Dangerous Woman” Rank on TV Songs Chart for April

Seven of the top ten songs for April appeared on Netflix's '13 Reasons Why.'

Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner Talk Abortion, Babies on ‘Girls’

The co-showrunners spoke to America Ferrera about directing at a Tuesday night Tribeca Film Festival panel.

Neil Young and Fleetwood Mac Rank in Top TV Songs Chart for March for ‘Big Little Lies’ Soundtrack

Lord Huron's "The Night We Met," Neil Young's "Harvest Moon" and Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" scored the top three slots.

Critic’s Notebook: ‘Girls’ Series Finale Offers a Lovely Epilogue

The penultimate episode wrapped things up for the main quartet, but Hannah and Marnie shined upstate in the finale.