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Laura Prepon Says She Left Scientology 5 Years Ago: “It’s No Longer Part of My Life”

The 'Orange Is the New Black' star said her involvement with the church was a result of her "being open-minded" but that she evolved and moved beyond it.

Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli Welcome First Child

Morelli gave birth to baby George on April 11.

Disruptors Fellowship Unveils Second Annual Cohort of TV Writers (Exclusive)

The program is for TV writers of color who also identify as trans/non-binary, disabled and/or undocumented or formerly undocumented.

Harlow Jane Boards Danny A. Abeckaser’s ‘I Love Us’ Drama

Katie Cassidy, Jasper Polish, Robert Davi, and Jackie Cruz also star in Abeckaser's relationship drama.

Colin Hanks, Diane Guerrero, Nelly Join Buddy Holly Biopic ‘Clear Lake’

Colin Hanks, Diane Guerrero and hip-hop star Nelly have joined the cast of 'Clear Lake,' the Buddy Holly-inspired biopic to be directed by Bruce Beresford.

In Reunion Parody, TV Stars Stress In-Person Voting on Election Day

Stars from 'Veep,' 'Community,' 'Orange Is the New Black' and 'The Daily Show' convened for a last-minute get-out-the-vote reunion parody video to support the Biden-Harris campaign.

Critic’s Notebook: The Limits of 2020’s Emmy Inclusivity

The scarcity of Latino and Asian American acting nominees wasn't just a missed opportunity to recognize great performances; it was a failure to honor some genre-blurring, boundary-pushing television.

Critic’s Notebook: Which Emmy Contenders Will Get Lost in the Quarantine Time Blur?

'Orange Is the New Black,' 'Baskets,' 'Mindhunter' and 'On Becoming a God in Central Florida' are among releases from early in this year's Emmy eligibility period that may be overlooked due to the way confinement has warped our sense of new and old.

America to Us: Hollywood Reporter TV Critics Pick 11 Great Shows to Celebrate the Fourth of July

The Hollywood Reporter's TV critics explore 11 shows that embody, reflect or examine American virtues and failings, as well as a measure of optimism.

Laverne Cox on Historic SCOTUS Decision Protecting LGBTQ Workers: “It’s a Win for America”

The actress and transgender-rights advocate — and executive producer of the upcoming documentary 'Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen' — brought attention to the case at the 2019 Emmy Awards

Hollywood Reporter TV Critics: 11 Ensembles That Make for Great Company

Amid the novel coronavirus outbreak, The Hollywood Reporter TV critics offer 11 ensemble shows to keep you company.

Immigration Detention Hotline Featured in ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Restored

A court has ordered ICE to restore Freedom for Immigrants' National Immigration Detention Hotline, which was featured in the seventh and final season of Netflix's 'Orange Is the New Black.'