This week on CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, Ricky Gervais (Derek) kicks off our roundtable of the year’s most buzzed-about Comedy Actors by talking about the most frustrating thing about comedy today: subjectivity.
From Tracee Ellis Ross revealing the worst audition of her life to Lena Dunham venting about the worst actor to ever grace the set of Girls, these clips will give you an insider’s look into the world of TV’s best comedy actresses.
Critical raves, fan favorites, cult followings … shows like “The Gilmore Girls” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” had it all, but they still went home empty-handed when it came to Emmy season. But despite the lack of trophies, they’ve all earned their place among the greats in television history. Here are 10 shows that prove that winning isn’t everything…
On the heels of the RECTIFY season three finale, sundance.tv has launched the second installment of The RECTIFY Short Film Festival, bringing fans an expanded array of diverse shorts produced, created and/or headlined by the cast of the Peabody Award-winning series. This installments brings shorts from Ray McKinnon, Aden Young, J. Smith-Cameron and more.
In CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: COMEDY ACTRESSES, Amy Schumer reveals how the self-deprecation in her humor is directly related to being a woman in comedy.
Season 3 of RECTIFY took us on an emotional roller coaster. Read the recaps and vote for your favorite episode.
In the lead up to the Emmys, we’re talking to actors and actresses, showrunners and reality show hosts and producers to get the true stories of what goes on behind the scenes. On CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, you’ll hear from Emmy-nominated actresses like Amy Schumer (Inside Amy Schumer), Kate McKinnon (Saturday Night Live),…
With its third season finale fast approaching, RECTIFY garners louder and louder acclaim from critics who call it “the show that digs the deepest into America’s troubled criminal justice system”, “wholly representative of real life… nothing unrealistic within it”, and “the best show on television.”
SPOILER ALERT! With a Series Marathon of the Emmy-nominated THE HONORABLE WOMAN fast approaching, it’s time to relive some of the most intense and surprising moments from the critically-acclaimed thriller. Sir Hugh (Stephen Rea) uncovers assassination plots, Nessa (Maggie Gllyenhaal) and Atika’s (Lubna Azabal) share a dangerous secret, Dame Julia (Janet McTeer) tries to keep a cover-up under wraps… these are just a few of moments that kept fans on the edge of their seats.
“It starts with the material,” says Tim Hutton, summing up the consensus of our panelists on CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: DRAMA ACTORS. And good material doesn’t just happen in film anymore—TV networks are setting a new bar with their bolder, risker content.
SPOILER ALERT! With the Season Finale of RECTIFY fast approaching, it’s time to relive some of the most the intense and surprising moments from the Season 3. From Senator Foulkes’ stroke to Amantha’s revealing speech at the Thrifty Town conference, here are the moments that have kept us on the edge of our seats.
Break out the wind machines and the synthesizers! If love getting down to DEUTSCHLAND 83′s soundtrack, we’ve got an extra treat for you. Listen up for Olivia Newton John, The Police and more…
Interviews with the cast. Confidential files on the characters. Quizzes on each episode. Behind the scenes photos of the stars. And a special interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
At the height of the second Cold War in 1983, East German spymaster Lenora Rauch taps her young nephew, Martin, to infiltrate NATO General Wolfgang Edel’s staff in West Germany.
From East to West, DEUTSCHLAND 83′s thrilling season kept us on the edge of our seats, but which episode was your favorite? Read the recaps then vote in the poll below.
Can’t get enough of the SundanceTV spy thriller, DEUTSCHLAND 83? To celebrate the finale, we’ve compiled all the virtual 1983 mixtapes into one epic playlist–with hits from The Police, Culture Club and more–that’ll keep you rockin’ all night long.
Stamm listens to radio reports of the nationwide manhunt for him in progress, which is blocking his way across the East German border.
Generals Jackson and Edel move on to the second phase of Able Archer.
With every new episode of DEUTSCHLAND 83 comes a new playlist. To celebrate the explosive finale, series creator Anna Winger has given us her 1983 playlist. She would also like to note that she would add the entire “Flashdance” album, all of “Thriller,” and the entire “Synchronicity” album by The Police. Check out the playlist below:
This week, critics rave about DEUTSCHLAND 83′s “tense” penultimate episode, while Vox and Vulture recommend the series to TV fans everywhere.
Just in time for the season finale, this week’s virtual 1983 mixtape was created by DEUTSCHLAND 83 composer and German rocker, Reinhold Heil. Check out his top 80′s tracks, including songs from Grace Jones and New Order.
This week, reviewers marvel at RECTIFY’s series-long winning streak and last week’s episode’s remarkable ability to top the one before, while critics like Todd VanDerWerff of Vox make a case to place the “gorgeous, ruminative” series as the top of the TV drama heap.
“Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul” star Bob Odenkirk talks about what’s different about his latest Emmy nomination, his collaborations with David Cross and which actor surprised him at the CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER roundtable.
Samira Radsi, director of DEUTSCHLAND 83 episodes 106 – 108, talks to SundanceTV about the collaboration on set, the personal perspective she brought to the project and her feelings about being a director in a male-driven industry.
Want to watch DEUTSCHLAND 83 on repeat? Us too. To get started, we made a few gifs of some of the moments we love.
CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER kicks off with a dynamic group of actresses, Jessica Lange, Lizzy Caplan, Viola Davis, Ruth Wilson, Taraji P. Henson and Maggie Gyllenhaal, making some of the biggest splashes in television—despite the fact that all are best known for roles outside of TV.