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‘Sorry for Your Loss’ Creator Teams With Danny Strong, Darren Aronofsky for FX Drama ‘The Answers’

Kit Steinkellner, creator of the critically praised former Facebook Watch drama Sorry for Your Loss, is returning to television in a big way at FX. The Disney-owned basic cable network has handed out a pilot order for an adaptation of Catherine Lacey’s novel The Answers, with Steinkellner set to write the script and exec produce […]

‘TV’s Top 5’: Are TNT and TBS Going Off the Rails With ‘Snowpiercer’?

The Hollywood Reporter's TV podcast for the week ending Oct. 4, 2019: Why Netflix is ending shows early; the status of scripted at TNT and TBS (including "Snowpiercer"); why sports sells on TV; and an interview with the creator of Facebook Watch's "Sorry for Your Loss."

From Storylines to Snacks: ‘Killing Eve,’ ‘Veep,’ ‘Pose’ and More TV Writers Room Secrets Revealed

Scribes on 'Barry,' 'Killing Eve,' 'Pose,' 'Russian Doll,' 'Veep' and seven more Emmy contenders reveal how they battle writer's block, what munchies they prefer and which beverage is king.

Off Script: Janet McTeer Steps Back Into Trousers for Her Return to Broadway

The Tony Award winner reflects on being an "alpha female" while portraying legendary actress Sarah Bernhardt playing the tragic Shakespeare hero in 'Bernhardt/Hamlet,' the new play by Theresa Rebeck.

Kelly Marie Tran Talks Social Media After ‘Star Wars’ Attacks: “I Don’t Know If I’ll Ever Go Back”

Kelly Marie Tran opened up about her New York Times editorial at the Toronto Film Festival.

‘Sorry for Your Loss’: TV Review | TIFF 2018

Facebook Watch gets into the quality TV game with 'Sorry for Your Loss,' a dramatic exploration of grieving and memory starring Elizabeth Olsen, Janet McTeer and Kelly Marie Tran.

Toronto: Amazon’s ‘Homecoming,’ Facebook’s ‘Sorry For Your Loss’ Get First Looks

TIFF 2018 has unveiled its TV series world premieres, including Amazon's Julia Roberts-starrer 'Homecoming' and Facebook Watch's 'Sorry for Your Loss,' starring Elizabeth Olsen. The Toronto International Film Festival also unveiled the lineup for its official mid-September industry conference, to feature debates on Hollywood inclusion and diversity, and movie exhibition in an era of MoviePass and Netflix.

Justin Bartha, Bruce Greenwood, Inbar Lavi Join Indie ‘Sorry for Your Loss’

'Schitt's Creek' writer Collin Friesen makes his directorial debut with the indie comedy.