Calling all fans of The Walking Dead. There are 10 days left to watch THE WRITERS’ ROOM featuring series creator Robert Kirkman online. In honor of the episode, one lucky fan will win a Rick Grimes action figure. For a chance at the giveaway, follow @TheWritersRoom on Twitter then tweet out #TWRGiveaway. If selected, you’ll receive a Rick Grimes action figure courtesy of SundanceTV. No purchase necessary. The giveaway begins on Thu., Jun. 19 at 11AM EST, and the deadline for entry is Fri., Jun. 27 at 5PM EST. See the full sweepstakes rules for more details.
You’ve played the game, now how you stack up against the rest of SundanceTV’s RECTIFY fans.
Legendary screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière dishes on his work with Luis Buñuel and lending his talents to Isabella Rossellini’s “Green Porno: Live on Stage.”
Counting the days until RECTIFY Season 2? Here’s a handy guide of things to do in the meantime.
Dad. He taught you how to catch a baseball, make pancakes and pull weeds. But it’s his useless two cents’ worth, ahem, sage advice that’s priceless. And although he covered many bases, there are a few things he missed—that’s where the big screen comes in.
Article: Ticket Giveaway: Your Chance to Win 2 Tickets to an Exclusive Taping of “THE APPROVAL MATRIX”
Want to be a part of the exclusive New York City audience for SundanceTV’s new series THE APPROVAL MATRIX? The show, inspired by New York Magazine’s back page pop culture roundup, is hosted by stand-up comedian Neal Brennan–co-creator of Chappelle’s Show and recurring director for Inside Amy Schumer–and promises a seasoned panel of guests. One lucky winner will receive 2 tickets to attend a live taping of the show to take place on Fri., Jun. 20 at 5:30PM. For a chance at the giveaway, follow @ApprovalMatrix on Twitter then tweet out #ApprovalMatrixTix.
Game of Thrones fans, we know you’re eagerly awaiting Sunday night’s season finale—will Tyrion die? Will Jon assassinate Mance? And what will happen to the dragon queen? While we don’t have the answers you’re looking for, we do know how to make the wait bearable. Revisit THE WRITERS’ ROOM: “Game of Thrones” with clips, quizzes,…
As Megan Draper on AMC’s Mad Men, Canadian actress/singer Jessica Paré has captivated characters and viewers alike (Don Draper put a ring on it, and her “Zou Bisou Bisou” rendition has well over a million views on Youtube), but she also boasts some impressive big-screen credits. With the series winding down (sob), take a peek at Pare’s movie roster, and get a taste of what’s to come for the actress.
Although the funnyman can make us laugh all the way through the credits (hello, Ron Burgundy), some of his best bits come in at only a few seconds long.
Jim Rash and the creators of Pretty Little Liars are watching a YouTube clip of a screeching fan and her best friends as they squirm and cry through the season 4 finale of Pretty Little Liars. Throughout the episode one constantly pleads, “Get me through this!” to her fellow watchers. We screened a few fan videos on the set of THE WRITERS’ ROOM, but that one is particularly telling. Every plot twist is blessed with a jubilant shriek. Every cliff-hanger, another spilled bag of popcorn. And after the show’s credits, most fans head over to Twitter to discuss and debate all the details.
Article: Twitter Chat Recap: Jim Rash (“The Writers’ Room”) with I. Marlene King (“Pretty Little Liars”)
Pretty Little Liars Executive Producer I. Marlene King (@IMarleneKing) chatted with THE WRITERS’ ROOM host Jim Rash (@RashisTVUgly) to answer fan questions during a live Twitter chat. Read the conversation as it unfolded on Twitter in the widget below. Hint: Start at the bottom of the tweets below for the full effect.
Find out where you can catch Isabella Rossellini talking about the bizarre mating habits of the snail, worm, fly, shrimp, spider, praying-mantis, anchovy and bi-phallic snake.
Article: Want to Relive Two Seasons of “The Writers’ Room”? You Can Do It Through Clips or a Marathon. Your choice!
Where else and when else but on THE WRITERS’ ROOM on Monday nights at 11PM will you hear Vince Gilligan’s original pitch for Breaking Bad or Kurt Sutter’s reasons for killing off of a major character on Sons of Anarchy? Well, two places actually: In these video clips online and during THE WRITERS’ ROOM on-air marathon Sun., Jun. 1 starting at 1:30PM/12:30c on SundanceTV.
THE WRITERS’ ROOM host Jim Rash and Pretty Little Liars Executive Producer I. Marlene King will host a twitter chat to discuss writing for television. If you would like to participate, please tweet your questions to #PLLTWR throughout the week leading up to the event and follow the hashtag on Jun. 2.
If you’re a fan of shows the define the zeitgeist, chances are good you’re a fan of THE WRITERS’ ROOM too a show that spotlights the creative processes behind the most influential television around. Consider yourself an expert on series like Breaking Bad, Dexter, Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead? Here’s your chance to prove it.
For a chance to win a copy of Sh*t Rough Drafts: Pop Culture’s Favorite Books, Movies, and TV Shows as They Might Have Been follow SundanceTV’s Tumblr account and reblog this Tumblr post. Once you do, you’ll be automatically entered for the drawing. If selected, you’ll receive a signed copy! No purchase necessary. The deadline for entry is Mon., Jun. 9 at noon ET. See the full sweepstakes rules for more details.
Article: Stuck? Need to Get Inspired (Without Getting off the Couch)? Marathon the Following 10 Movies
Life is tough. Family dramas, workplace dilemmas, emotional dead ends — sometimes you hit a roadblock at every corner. When you feel like you need rethink your entire course, take a cue from one of these characters who have been there, done that — and then some. One of these films just might change your…
What happens when comic Michael Showalter and his writing partner Christina Lee start texting about Pretty Little Liars? Find out below then tune-in to THE WRITERS’ ROOM for more serious conversation on the series Mon., Jun. 2 at 11PM/10c on SundanceTV. Follow @mshowalter, @CLee319 and @TheWritersRoom for further adventures in the Twittersphere.
What happens when comic Michael Showalter and his writing partner Christina Lee start texting about Game of Thrones? Find out below then tune-in to THE WRITERS’ ROOM for more serious conversation on the series Mon., May 26 at 11PM/10c on SundanceTV.
On THE WRITERS’ ROOM: “Game of Thrones” producer-writers David Benioff and D. B. Weiss maintain that the HBO series is as willing to kill of its main characters as author George R. R. Martin’s books. Says Weiss, “When somebody is in a dangerous situation it means they’re in a dangerous situation.” That also means that for some fans, their favorite characters are now dead! Which Game of Thrones character stole your heart?
Our host, Jim Rash, sat down with “The Good Wife” star Julianna Margulies, creators Robert and Michelle King and EP Ted Humphrey to talk about their critically acclaimed series on THE WRITERS’ ROOM not long before “The Good Wife” fans blew up the Internet after the (SPOILER ALERT!) 15th episode, in which Will Gardner got killed, aired this season.
SundanceTV announced today the greenlight of season two of the original non-fiction series DREAM SCHOOL. Multi-platinum award-winning musician and entrepreneur Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson will executive produce along with one of hip-hop’s most influential and positive voices Chuck D. The series format was created by campaigning chef and global food entrepreneur Jamie Oliver who will also executive produce under his Fresh One shingle. DREAM SCHOOL is an ambitious project where the best and the brightest in our culture teach kids that have been falling through the cracks. The announcement was made today by Sarah Barnett, SundanceTV President. The six-episode hour long series is slated to premiere in fall 2014.
If love were easy, romantic films wouldn’t exist. In the movies, the quest for love is like trying to swim across a wide, piranha-filled river while arrows are shot at you from all sides. And in the end, whether we win love or lose love, we learn from it. These ten films preach the gospel of perseverance, no matter what the treasure chest of romance ultimately holds.
1.Hannah and Her Sisters (Woody Allen, 1986)
Thanksgiving parties bookend two years of romance, adultery, betrayal, alcoholism, religious mania and hypochondria among a group of erratic New Yorkers. Lesson learned: Love is better when you accept that it is very unpredictable. Also, New Yorkers can be quite neurotic.
What happens when comic Michael Showalter and his writing partner Christina Lee start texting about The Good Wife? Find out below then tune-in to THE WRITERS’ ROOM for more serious conversation on the series Mon., May 19 at 11PM/10c on SundanceTV.