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Emmy Nominations Snubs: Reese Witherspoon, Bob Odenkirk, ‘Better Things’ Left Out

High-profile Emmy Awards nominations 2020 snubs include Reese Witherspoon, Bob Odenkirk, 'Better Things,' Roger Ailes series 'The Loudest Voice' (and star Russell Crowe), Larry David, 'The Morning…

‘Loudest Voice’ Star Russell Crowe on Why He Didn’t Want to Play Roger Ailes as Simply a “Monster”

The Oscar winner discusses the prep, the prosthetics (68 times in the makeup chair!) and the push for humanity in becoming the late Fox News founder for Showtime's series.

Golden Globes: ‘Chernobyl’ Wins Best Limited Series

'Chernobyl' was named best limited series at the 2020 Golden Globes on Sunday night.

Russell Crowe Sends Powerful Climate Change Message Upon Golden Globes Win

Russell Crowe was tapped as best actor in a limited series or TV movie at the 77th Golden Globe Awards on Sunday evening. Absent from the awards ceremony, the 'Loudest Voice' star instead sent a…

Golden Globes: Roger Ailes-Centric Projects ‘Bombshell’ and ‘The Loudest Voice’ Land Noms

'Bombshell' and Showtime's 'The Loudest Voice' — both of which document the demise of former Fox News chief executive Roger Ailes — scored nominations at the 2020 Golden Globes.

Critics Debate: The Pain and Pleasure of Summer TV

Tim Goodman and Daniel Fienberg discuss the season's small-screen offerings, from blasts of genre distraction like 'Stranger Things' and 'Jett' to provocative head-turner 'Years and Years.'

‘The Loudest Voice’ Finale Reckons With Roger Ailes’ Legacy

Showrunner Alex Metcalf explains why Showtime drama 'The Loudest Voice' is about more than just Fox News CEO Roger Ailes being a sexual predator.

How ‘The Loudest Voice’ Portrays Gretchen Carlson as Its Real Hero

Showrunner Alex Metcalf explains how the fall of Fox News CEO Roger Ailes and the rise of the #MeToo moment can be tracked to Gretchen Carlson's bravery, as seen in "The Loudest Voice."

‘The Loudest Voice’ Author on Writing Himself Into the Show

'The Loudest Voice' co-executive producer Gabriel Sherman, played by Fran Kranz in episode five, admits who he (jokingly) wanted to play him on the Showtime drama.

Why ‘The Loudest Voice’ Slow-Played Roger Ailes’ Sexual Harassment — Until It Didn’t

Showtime's limited series 'The Loudest Voice' got even more explicit about sexual harassment by Roger Ailes in its fourth episode, '2009.'

How ‘The Loudest Voice’ Depicted 9/11 From Fox News’ POV

'The Loudest Voice' showrunner Alex Metcalf and director Kari Skogland detail the struggle to be sensitive but also honest about 9/11, as seen from the point of view of Roger Ailes and Fox News.

Russell Crowe Turned Down Potential $100M ‘Lord of the Rings’ Payday

Russell Crowe came close to playing Aragorn in iconic 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy — but he was put off by one phone call with director Peter Jackson.