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Hello, and welcome to the Scene 2 Seen Podcast! Today, I’m chatting with Johnnie Ingram and Stephen Warren. The duo have won an Emmy, Peabody Award, Television Academy Honor and three GLAAD Awards as creators and executive producers of the HBO docuseries We’re Here, whose fourth season premiered April 26. Season 4 follows renowned drag queens
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As Hollywood starts to slow down ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, broadcast networks have some unfinished business — making decisions on several pilots ordered earlier this year. With development no longer confined within the bounds of the traditional TV cycle that comes to an end at the May upfronts, networks are taking longer
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FX’s Fargo marked its 10th anniversary in April, and creator-showrunner Noah Hawley is still finding new ways to expand its universe including the critically acclaimed fifth season — which is very much in the Emmy conversation right now — just as he continues to prepare to launch the first season of his FX version of
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The legendary Jiminy Glick came out of retirement tonight because, as Bill Maher said, he needed someone to interview him about his own new book on Real Time. “I interview authors all the time, but we have a dilemma: I, now, am an author,” said Maher, before introducing former talk show host Glick (a heavily
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The next season of Apple TV+’s The Morning Show will likely premiere long after the 2024 presidential election has ended, and that democratic process only scratches the surface of what real-life events the drama series could respond to with the time it has in production before release. The Morning Show received an early renewal for
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The cause of death of Rico Priem, the 9-1-1 crew member who died in a freeway accident in May, has been confirmed. According to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner, Priem suffered from a sudden cardiac dysfunction and had cardiomegaly (enlarged heart) with left ventricle hypertrophy. His manner of death is classified as natural. Priem
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The lawyer suing Netflix over Baby Reindeer has seized on a report in the UK alleging that the streaming giant pushed Richard Gadd into branding the series a true story. The Sunday Times reported over the weekend that Netflix requested the opening line “this is a true story,” despite some misgivings from Gadd, who wrote
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EXCLUSIVE: Tomer Capone has long been a household name on Israeli screens, having worked on a number of successfully exported TV shows such as Hostages, political thriller Fauda and When Heroes Fly. He won an Ophir (equivalent to an Oscar in Israel) after he was handpicked by Natalie Portman for the romantic lead in her directorial debut A Tale of
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