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From ‘Bridgerton’ to ‘The Flight Attendant,’ 5 Writers Detail Book-to-Screen Adaptation Journeys

Bridgerton (Netflix)  Book: The Duke and I (Bridgertons #1) by Julia Quinn (Avon Books, 2000, 384 pages)  Translating a beloved book series to the screen is not for the fainthearted…

‘Made for Love’ EPs on Creating a Heartfelt Story Told to a Sex Doll

In the seventh episode of the HBO Max sci-fi comedy, Hazel (Cristin Milioti) is telling her dad’s sex doll, Diane, about an experience she had with her husband, tech mogul Byron (Billy Magnussen)…

Noma Dumezweni Reflects on Early Career, Praise for ‘The Undoing’: “The Character Really Resonated With African American Women”

“There was one day I thought I was going to be fired,” recalls Noma Dumezweni of her stint as Hayley Fitzgerald, a tough-as-nails lawyer hired to represent Hugh Grant’s Jonathan Fraser, on HBO’s The U…

‘Made for Love’ Star Billy Magnussen on Finding Depth in the Role of “an Egomaniac and a Sociopath”

Billy Magnussen is a strange Hollywood hybrid. The 36-year-old’s résumé, with supporting parts in such features as Game Night, Aladdin and Ingrid Goes West, reads like that of a thriving…

‘Made for Love’ Showrunner Inks Warner Bros. TV Overall Deal (Exclusive)

Christina Lee is putting down roots at Warner Bros. Television. The Made for Love showrunner has inked a multiple-year overall deal with the company, for whom she steers the HBO Max…

Billy Magnussen on ‘Made for Love’ and Pitching His ‘Aladdin’ Spinoff

The actor also looks at the challenge of playing 'Sopranos' character Paulie in 'The Many Saints of Newark."

‘TV’s Top 5’: How ‘Made for Love’ Finds Comedy in the Horrors of Technology

During this week's podcast, hosts Lesley Goldberg and Daniel Fienberg are joined by showrunner Christina Lee to discuss HBO Max's Cristin Milioti dark comedy and break down the latest on the…

This Week in TV: ‘Law & Order: Organized Crime,’ ‘Made for Love,’ ‘Wipeout’

The SAG Awards and a host of season and series debuts fill the first week of April.

‘Made for Love’: TV Review

Cristin Milioti plays a woman fleeing her mogul husband in HBO Max's semi-futuristic, semi-satirical look at the intersection of romance and technology.