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Scott Reviews Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Woman [Criterion Blu-ray Review]

3 hours ago | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

Kelly Reichardt’s triptych film Certain Women is adapted from three short stories by Maile Meloy, and retains the feeling the form is so effective at evoking. Spare on plot, they isolate moments from people’s lives. Some of are overtly dramatic (an early standoff with a rifle perhaps suggests more exterior conflict than the rest of the film will yield), but most of are fairly mundane. But they leave one feeling as though some untapped perspective or desire has been revealed, and we’re not yet fully prepared how to take stock of it.

As there are three stories to account for, I don’t want this review to turn into a complete synopsis; and as the first and third sections have generated the most discussion over the past year and a half, the second story, led by Michelle Williams. When I first saw the film at Sundance 2016, the »

- Scott Nye

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David E. Kelley (‘Big Little Lies’) has now helped 33 actors win Emmys: Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, Alexander Skarsgard …

5 hours ago | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Renowned writer/producer David E. Kelley returned to the Emmys in a big way in 2017. The TV veteran adapted Liane Moriarty‘s “Big Little Lies” novel into HBO’s popular limited series, which went on to dominate the Emmy Awards including earning trophies for three of its actors: Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern and Alexander Skarsgard. This trio […] »

- Marcus James Dixon

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‘Twin Peaks’: 10 Behind-the-Scenes Photos to Help You Cope With the Series’ End

10 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

For anyone who has been having troubling processing the fact that “Twin Peaks: The Return” is over, which could very well mean the end of the franchise as we know it, let the cast’s wonderful behind-the-scenes photos shine a light upon you. Kyle McLachlan, Sabrina Sutherland, and more have taken to social media in the weeks after that mind-blowing finale to share never-before-seen looks at “The Return” set, and man does David Lynch seem to be having the time of his life.

Read More:David Lynch Finally Shares His Thoughts on the ‘Twin Peaks’ Finale, Confirms Season 4 is Possible

Lynch has teased the possibility of continuing the series with Season 4, though nothing is confirmed. He joked that time is the biggest factor standing in his way, given it took over four years to write, direct, and edit “The Return.” The filmmaker is remaining ambiguous about the finale, telling »

- Zack Sharf

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‘Twin Peaks’: 10 Behind-the-Scenes Photos to Help You Cope With the Series’ End

10 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

For anyone who has been having troubling processing the fact that “Twin Peaks: The Return” is over, which could very well mean the end of the franchise as we know it, let the cast’s wonderful behind-the-scenes photos shine a light upon you. Kyle McLachlan, Sabrina Sutherland, and more have taken to social media in the weeks after that mind-blowing finale to share never-before-seen looks at “The Return” set, and man does David Lynch seem to be having the time of his life.

Read More:David Lynch Finally Shares His Thoughts on the ‘Twin Peaks’ Finale, Confirms Season 4 is Possible

Lynch has teased the possibility of continuing the series with Season 4, though nothing is confirmed. He joked that time is the biggest factor standing in his way, given it took over four years to write, direct, and edit “The Return.” The filmmaker is remaining ambiguous about the finale, telling »

- Zack Sharf

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Here's How Many Emmys Big Little Lies Has

13 hours ago | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Image Source: HBO Big Little Lies was one of the most talked-about shows when it premiered in April, so it shouldn't come as a shock that it swept up a ton of awards at the Emmys. The HBO series won eight of the 14 awards it was nominated for during the ceremony on Sunday night, including best limited series and best actress for Nicole Kidman. In fact, it actually ended up tying with The Handmaid's Tale for the most awards of the night. Hopefully the great response means a second season isn't too far behind. See all the Emmys the show took home below. RelatedEvery Song You've Heard (and Loved) on Big Little Lies Wins Outstanding lead actress in a limited series or movie, Nicole Kidman Outstanding supporting actor in a limited series or movie, Alexander Skarsgåard Outstanding supporting actress in a limited series or movie, Laura Dern Outstanding directing for a limited series, »

- Kelsie Gibson

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Ben Harper Welcomed Fifth Child in June: Find Out His Unique Name!

20 September 2017 1:05 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Ben Harper is a dad again!

The 47-year-old musician and his wife, Jaclyn Matfus, welcomed their first child together, a son named Besso, on June 17, Harper's rep confirmed to Et.

News that they were expecting was revealed in March. Harper has four other children from previous relationships, including 16-year-old son Ellery and 12-year-old daughter Jaya from his second marriage to ex-wife Laura Dern. He also shares daughter Harris and son Charles with his first wife, Joanna Harper.

The "Steal My Kisses" singer and Matfus tied the knot on New Year's Day in 2015. This is the social advocate's first child. 

Related: Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Hilarie Burton Expecting Baby No. 2!

On Monday, the lovebirds stepped out for the 27th Annual Simply Shakespeare benefit at UCLA's Freud Playhouse in Westwood, California, where they showed some adorable Pda on the red carpet. 

Photo: Getty Images

Congrats to the new parents!

Reporting by Angelique Jackson.

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Here's the Complete List of 2017's Exciting Emmy Winners

20 September 2017 12:36 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

The 2017 Emmy nominations hinted at some spectacular actors and shows taking home important awards, and now a few of them have already won big. Alexis Bledel had an exciting win for The Handmaid's Tale, and American Horror Story: Roanoke's superb makeup effects were also acknowledged at the Creative Arts Emmys a few days before the big event. At the Emmys on Sunday night, actors like John Lithgow, Kate McKinnon, Laura Dern, and more snagged trophies for their incredible talents. In fact, the night included a number of historic wins, like Donald Glover's win for outstanding directing in a comedy series (he's the first black person to do so) and Lena Waithe's win for outstanding writing for a comedy series (she's the first black woman to take home the award). Take a look at all the winners below! Outstanding Drama Series The Handmaid's Tale Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series Elisabeth Moss, »

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You'll Have a Hard Time Telling Reese and Daughter Ava Apart at This Emmys Party

20 September 2017 12:00 PM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Reese Witherspoon had a big reason to celebrate at the Emmys on Sunday night: her show, Big Little Lies, won eight trophies! Luckily, she had her 18-year-old daughter, Ava Phillippe, by her side. The two met up after the ceremony at HBO's annual afterparty and linked up with Reese's costar Laura Dern and her kids, son Ellery, 16, and daughter Jaya, 12. Aside from posing with her trophy, Reese opened up about her win, telling People it was "an out of body experience." "[It was] amazing, overwhelming," Reese said. "[I'm] so happy for my sisters in this process and this incredible family that we've built with HBO." Although a second season of Big Little Lies has yet to be officially confirmed, all signs are pointing to it being a go. RelatedDid Laura Dern Not Hug Reese Witherspoon After Winning the Emmy, or Is It a Big Little Lie? »

- Monica Sisavat

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How Gorgeous Are Laura Dern's Kids? See How They Celebrated With Their Mom After the Emmys

20 September 2017 11:50 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Laura Dern won her first Emmy Award on Sunday night thanks to her stellar performance as Renata Klein on Big Little Lies. During her heartfelt acceptance speech, Laura thanked her "amazing children, for their big, brave hearts," and after the show, she linked up with them to celebrate her outstanding supporting actress in a limited series or movie win at HBO's annual afterparty. On the red carpet, Laura beamed with pride while holding her Emmy next to her handsome 18-year-old son, Ellery Harper, and stunning 12-year-old daughter, Jaya Harper, whom she shares with her ex-husband, musician Ben Harper. The trio posed for photographers on the red carpet and met up with Laura's Big Little Lies costar Reese Witherspoon and her own 18-year-old daughter, Ava Phillippe. See their lovely family photos. Related58 Emmys Moments That You Definitely Didn't See on TV »

- Brittney Stephens

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Emmys 2017 Acceptance Speeches: Were Certain Winners Cut Off Too Soon? Analyzing the Numbers

18 September 2017 6:06 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

One of the more eyebrow-raising moments of the 69th annual Emmy Awards came when Sterling K. Brown, accepting the award for Best Actor in a Drama (the first time the Emmy had gone to an African-American man since Andre Braugher in 1998, whom Brown name-checked), was cut off mid-speech. It’s a pattern familiar to those who watch awards shows, especially given that the award was one of the last of the night. But exactly how long had Brown been talking at that point? And how did the length of his speech compare to others of the evening?

IndieWire crunched the numbers and has the answers. We clocked the runtimes for each acceptance speech (as hosted on CBS’s official YouTube page), beginning our timer with the first word or “Ummmm” spoken into the microphone, listing them in ascending order of length. There’s no explicit pattern to why a speech »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Watch: Reese Witherspoon Was So Excited About Her First Emmy, She Didn't Want to Let Go!

18 September 2017 1:19 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Reese Witherspoon‘s Emmys win was a moment she didn’t want to let go of … literally.

At Sunday night’s 69th annual awards, the Big Little Lies cast and crew won best limited series, beating out fellow HBO nominee The Night Of, as well as National Geographic’s Genius and FX’s Fargo and Feud: Bette and Joan.

When the Big Little Lies team — including castmates Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, Zoe Kravitz and Shailene Woodley — ascended the stage to accept the award, Witherspoon took the microphone — and the award — to give the acceptance speech.

In a humorous video circulating Twitter, »

- Natalie Stone

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Reese Witherspoon, Sofia Vergara, Robin Wright and More Stars Brought Their Kids to the 2017 Emmys and After-Parties

18 September 2017 11:28 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

These stars had the best dates to TV's biggest night.  Sunday night's 2017 Emmy Awards proved to be a prestigious night for many famous moms and dads. Thankfully, their children were not so far away when it came time to celebrate.  Such was the case for some of Big Little Lies' leading ladies. After Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern celebrated their first respective wins for their work on the HBO hit, they headed out on the town with their youngsters in tow. For Reese, that meant look-alike daughter, Ava Phillippe, while her co-star had not one, but two of her children on the red carpet with her as they headed into an after-party.  Meanwhile, Liev »

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Jackie Hoffman Jokingly Screams ‘Damn It,’ Slams Laura Dern After Emmy Loss

18 September 2017 11:13 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Jackie Hoffman didn’t take home an Emmy during Sunday night’s 69th awards show, but her reaction to losing stirred up some attention of its own.

When Laura Dern’s name was announced for supporting actress in a drama, Hoffman, nominated for her role as Mamacita, Joan Crawford’s loyal maid in “Feud: Bette and Joan,” was seen yelling “Damn it, damn it” and hitting the chair in front of her.

Best moment of the #Emmys so far: Jackie Hoffman yelling "dammit!!" when she lost to Laura Dern pic.twitter.com/euCWaRFsAy

— Adam Feldman (@FeldmanAdam) September 18, 2017

Her Twitter tirade against Dern began shortly after, with the first tweet reading: “Laura Dern had famous parents. Forgive me for being from real people #elitism.”

She continued to jab at Dern throughout the night, writing “I hear that Laura Dern runs a child porn ring #soreloser” and “I hear that Laura Dern looted art from Nazi victims.”

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- Rebecca Rubin

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Rob Sheffield on Emmys 2017: The Good, the Bad and the Sean Spicer Suck-Up

18 September 2017 10:13 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

"This is TV's highest honor – us celebrating us," Stephen Colbert announced at the start of the 2017 Emmy Awards. "Tonight, we binge ourselves." It was a joke about smug self-congratulation probably intended to sound more ironic than it did. The Emmy ceremony, as always, was a night of the television world celebrating itself as the best Western civilization has to offer, not to mention an all-around swell bunch of people. The ego in the room was a marvel to behold – even when Seth MacFarlane wasn't onscreen. Colbert did his best with his Trump gags, »

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Emmys 2017: “Big Little Lies,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and Lena Waithe Win Big

18 September 2017 10:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Kidman won best lead actress in a limited series for “Big Little Lies”: CBS/YouTube

The 2017 Emmy Awards were a great night for women in television. Not only did the two biggest awards go to women-centric series — “The Handmaid’s Tale” took home the best drama series statuette and “Veep” was named best comedy — the ceremony marked several Emmys firsts for women. “Master of None’s” Lena Waithe is now the first black woman to win an Emmy for best comedy writing, for example. What’s more, winners like Waithe, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, and Elisabeth Moss used their speeches to honor women’s stories and the social issues women face every day.

Here are some of the highlights from last night’s ceremony:

Nicole Kidman Shines a Light on Domestic Abuse

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Kidman, who won best lead actress in a limited series for portraying “Big Little Lies’” Celeste, a woman caught in an abusive marriage, took a moment from her speech to acknowledge the pervasiveness of domestic abuse in the real world. “Sometimes when you’re acting you get a chance to bring a bigger message,” the Oscar-winning actress observed. “We shine a light on domestic abuse [in “Bll”]. It is a complicated, insidious disease. It exists far more than we allow ourselves to know. It is filled with shame, secrecy, and by you acknowledging me with this award it shines a light on it even more.”

Lena Waithe Thanks Her Lgbtqia Family

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Waithe and Aziz Ansari shared an Emmy for writing “Thanksgiving,” an episode of “Master of None” that traces the years-long coming out story of Waithe’s character, Denise. Waithe used her time at the podium to recognize her “Lgbtqia family.” “I see each and every one of you,” she gushed. “The things that make us different — those are superpowers. Every day when you walk out the door and put on your imaginary cape and go out there an conquer the world, because the world would not be as beautiful as it is if we weren’t in it.”

Waithe, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Reed Morano Blaze Some Trails

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As mentioned, last night’s ceremony saw many firsts for women in TV. Louis-Dreyfus became the first performer to win six consecutive Emmys for the same role. Until this year’s Emmy Awards, Louis-Dreyfus had been sharing the record with “Murphy Brown’s” Candice Bergen.

Perhaps most exciting is Reed Morano’s outstanding directing for a drama series victory for “The Handmaid’s Tale.” The “Meadowland” helmer is the first woman in 22 years to take home the honor. The last time a woman was recognized in the category was in 1995, when Mimi Leder won an Emmy for directing an episode of “ER.” This honor couldn’t be more well-deserved, but damn, 22 years is a depressing amount of time to go without a woman winning this award, so as sweet as this victory is, it’s a powerful reminder of how little recognition women directors have received.

Women-Centric Series Dominate the Night

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All three of the “best series” prizes went to women-driven shows: “The Handmaid’s Tale” won outstanding drama series, “Veep” outstanding comedy series, and “Big Little Lies” outstanding limited series. If that wasn’t exciting enough, “Handmaid’s Tale” also saw wins for Morano and stars Elisabeth Moss and Ann Dowd. Adding to “Bll’s” success was Kidman’s win and Laura Dern’s for best supporting actress in a limited series or movie.

When “Bll” was named best limited series, stars Kidman and Reese Witherspoon both called for more stories about women on the small screen. “Bring women to the front of their own stories, make them the hero of their own stories,” Witherspoon emphasized. Kidman added that her creative partnership with Witherspoon on “Bll” came from “a frustration because we weren’t getting great roles. So, now, more great roles for women, please.” (It must be noted, however, that “Bll” was written and directed by men. As important as it is for women to get great roles, we also need to ensure they get great roles behind-the-scenes too.)

During her speech Moss specifically thanked Margaret Atwood, who wrote “The Handmaid’s Tale” novel. “Thank you for you did in 1985 and thank you for what you continue to do for all of us,” Moss said. The author appeared onstage — and received a huge reaction from attendees — when “The Handmaid’s Tale” was named outstanding drama series. She’s credited as a supervising producer on the dystopian drama.

“Well, one take-away would be ‘never believe it can never happen here,’” Atwood herself told the La Times about the underlying message of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” About the series’ Emmy win, she said: “In a way, you can say the handmaids have escaped. They’re out there, and they’re coming to you again in Season 2!”

All of the female winners at the 2017 Emmy Awards are below. List adapted from CNN.

Outstanding drama series

“The Handmaid’s Tale”

Outstanding comedy series

Veep

Outstanding lead actress in a drama series

Elisabeth Moss, “The Handmaid’s Tale”

Outstanding supporting actress in a drama series

Ann Dowd, “The Handmaid’s Tale”

Outstanding lead actress in a comedy series

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, “Veep

Outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series

Kate McKinnon, “Saturday Night Live

Outstanding limited series

Big Little Lies

Outstanding lead actress in a limited series

Nicole Kidman, “Big Little Lies

Outstanding supporting actress in a limited series or movie

Laura Dern, “Big Little Lies

Outstanding writing for a comedy series

Lena Waithe, “Master of None” (with Aziz Ansari)

Outstanding directing for a drama series

Reed Morano, “The Handmaid’s Tale”

Emmys 2017: “Big Little Lies,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and Lena Waithe Win Big was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

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Chance the Rapper Became a Television Critic at the Emmys and Put the Industry on Blast — Watch

18 September 2017 9:14 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Emmys were dominated by an incredible batch of winners (Ann Dowd! Donald Glover!) and a very unfortunate cameo from Sean Spicer, but the one moment that’s not getting nearly enough attention is Chance the Rapper’s surprise appearance in Stephen Colbert’s pre-taped introduction. The three-time Grammy winner was featured in a quick aside where he performed a couple verses that basically turned him into a socially-conscious television critic. Anyone familiar with Chance was hardly surprised.

Read More:Emmys 2017 Winners and Losers: Donald Glover, Laura Dern, and Women’s Stories All Dominated

Chance’s Emmys rap has been written out below (via Entertainment Weekly):

I love television, it’s a pleasant distraction

But just imagine taking action.

I like ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine,’ in fact, I’m addicted

But where’s the cop show where one gets convicted?

I miss the classics, I still think ‘M.A.S.H.’ rocks »

- Zack Sharf

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Laura Dern Won the Emmy, but Jackie Hoffman’s ‘Damn It’ Won the Internet — Watch

18 September 2017 8:53 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Animated, eccentric, and immensely talented, they just don’t make many like Jackie Hoffman. The hilarious character actress received her first Emmy nomination this year, for playing Mamacita in “Feud: Bette and Joan,” but she lost the statue to Laura Dern, who won for HBO’s smash hit murder mystery, “Big Little Lies.” Hoffman’s honest response when Dern’s name was announced caught many viewers off guard. Rather than delivering the placid, emotionless facade most losers adopt, Hoffman can be seen yelling “Damn it!” in her reaction shot. The Twitter rant that followed is even more hilarious.

“Broadway is dimming the lights,” she wrote. Hoffman is beloved by Broadway fans, having starred in 2002’s “Hairspray,” “Xanadu,” and “The Addams Family.” She first made waves onscreen in “Kissing Jessica Stein,” as the brassy best friend to Jennifer Westfeldt’s Jessica. She plays Billy Eichner’s nagging sister-in-law on Hulu’s “Difficult People, »

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Laura Dern Won the Emmy, but Jackie Hoffman’s ‘Damn It’ Won the Internet — Watch

18 September 2017 8:53 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Animated, eccentric, and immensely talented, they just don’t make many like Jackie Hoffman. The hilarious character actress received her first Emmy nomination this year, for playing Mamacita in “Feud: Bette and Joan,” but she lost the statue to Laura Dern, who won for HBO’s smash hit murder mystery, “Big Little Lies.” Hoffman’s honest response when Dern’s name was announced caught many viewers off guard. Rather than delivering the placid, emotionless facade most losers adopt, Hoffman can be seen yelling “Damn it!” in her reaction shot. The Twitter rant that followed is even more hilarious.

“Broadway is dimming the lights,” she wrote. Hoffman is beloved by Broadway fans, having starred in 2002’s “Hairspray,” “Xanadu,” and “The Addams Family.” She first made waves onscreen in “Kissing Jessica Stein,” as the brassy best friend to Jennifer Westfeldt’s Jessica. She plays Billy Eichner’s nagging sister-in-law on Hulu’s “Difficult People, »

- Jude Dry

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Jackie Hoffman Riffs on Emmys Loss to Laura Dern: 'Damn It!'

18 September 2017 8:29 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Jackie Hoffman had quite the visceral reaction to losing out to Big Little LiesLaura Dern at the 2017 Emmys Sunday evening.

Instead of the standard polite smile and applause, Hoffman was spotted yelling "Damn it, damn it" and hitting the chair in front of her after Riz Ahmed announced Dern the winner for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama or Limited Series.

Best moment of the #Emmys so far: Jackie Hoffman yelling "dammit!!" when she lost to Laura Dern pic.twitter.com/euCWaRFsAy

— Adam Feldman (@FeldmanAdam) September 18, 2017

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‘Netflix Is a Joke’: Those Mysterious Billboards Are Finally Revealed in Cheeky New Ad — Watch

18 September 2017 8:01 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The mystery behind an ad campaign that gave many Angelenos pause on their daily commutes has been solved. Billboards bearing the slogan ‘Netflix Is a Joke’ in plain black and white  delighted some and confused others, it turns out it was all part of a PR stunt to promote the streaming sit’e new comedy specials. In a new trailer, which premiered at the Emmys last night, America’s favorite stand-ups popped up in iconic scenes from Netflix original dramas. Jerry Seinfeld sits down in the Oval Office for a chat with Frank Underwood, Ellen Degeneres has some harsh truths for John Lithgow’s Winston Churchill, and Chris Rock incites a walk out at Litchfield penitentiary by riling up the ladies of “Orange is the New Black.” There’s even a brief Dave Chappelle sighting, in case you haven’t had enough of him yet.

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- Jude Dry

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