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

The Center for Cultural Power, an Oakland, Calif.-based organization led by and for artists of color, has announced the 10 television writers for its second annual Disruptors Fellowship. Disruptors stands out from other diversity programs because it is specifically for writers of color who also identify as trans/non-binary, disabled and/or undocumented or formerly undocumented. “We […]

‘Vida’ Creator Moves Overall Deal to UCP

In addition to development, 'Vida' creator Tanya Saracho will establish a lab and incubator program to nurture intersectional Latinx voices at UCP.

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.

Critics’ Conversation: The Vibrant, Varied, Ever-Evolving Landscape of LGBTQ TV Today

For Pride 2020, THR's TV critics take a look at the current state of LGBTQ representation on the small screen — from the queering of CW's superhero space to the refreshing complexity of flawed queer characters (hello, 'Work in Progress') and more.

‘Vida’ Season 3: TV Review

'Vida,' Starz's gentrification drama, returns for its third and final season.

‘Vida’ to End With Season 3 on Starz

'Vida' is coming to an end at Starz. Showrunner Tanya Saracho approached the season with its endgame in mind.

MIPCOM: Starz’s ‘Vida,’ Hulu’s ‘The Bravest Knight’ Among Diversity Award Winners

Starz's Latino drama 'Vida' and Hulu's LGBTQ kids series 'The Bravest Knight' are among the winners of this year's Diversity TV Excellence Awards, handed out at the MIPCOM international television market to honor programming that celebrates diversity onscreen.

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.

“Everyone Sounds Like a Virgin” on Sitcoms: ‘Barry,’ ‘Veep,’ ‘Shrill’ and The Hollywood Reporter Comedy Showrunner Roundtable

Bill Hader, David Mandel, Ali Rushfield, Tanya Saracho, Alan Yang and Jerrod Carmichael let loose on secrets of the writers room and the horrors of marketing posters during The Hollywood Reporter's Comedy Showrunner Roundtable.

‘Vida’ Renewed for Season 3 at Starz

Starz has renewed the half-hour dramedy 'Vida' for a third season mere days after its sophomore debut.

‘Vida’ Season 2: TV Review

Tanya Saracho's East Los Angeles half-hour returns for a second season exploring racial and sexual identity, hot sauce preferences and the superb work of 'Vida' stars Melissa Barrera and Mishel Prada.

‘Vida’ Season 2 Gets Bingeable and Traditional Releases on Starz

Starz will launch season two of 'Vida' in both a traditional on-air pattern and an all-at-once model a few days prior to that.