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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Arrow, Grey's, Once, Lethal Weapon, Supergirl, The Night Shift, NCIS and More

9 August 2017 3:08 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Is Arrow‘s Felicity going into business? What drama is Grey’s Anatomy prescribing for Jo? What can Rumbelle fans expect from Once Upon a Time‘s “reset”? Is Criminal Minds‘ Reid a changed man? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.

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There has been a lot of hinting and build-up to Arrow‘s Felicity starting up her own company, Smoak Tech. Are there plans for this in Season 6? —Aurora

“That was something we wanted to do last year, and then we got sort of seduced by the Helix storyline, »

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Teases Special Guest ‘We’re Thrilled About’

2 August 2017 5:36 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” producers have a few surprises up their sleeves for Season 3. The CW musical series’ co-creators spoke to reporters during the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour on Wednesday, where showrunner Aline Brosh McKenna teased that a big-name guest star might be making an appearance in the near future. “We are talking to someone for an episode for the first half of the season that we’re thrilled about,” she said. Also Read: CW President on Gender-Balance Shakeup: 'We're Trying to Bring More Women Back' Star Rachel Bloom acknowledged that the show hasn’t had as many celebrity cameos as she would have. »

- Ryan Gajewski

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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Scoop: Season 3 Plays Like a 'Funny Fatal Attraction'

2 August 2017 1:43 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Hmmm, what’s that saying about “a woman scorned”?

After (singing and) dancing around its title for the first two seasons, The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is fully embracing it in Season 3 (debuting Friday, Oct. 13 at 9/8c) — and looking to an iconic spurned ex for inspiration.

RelatedCrazy Ex-Girlfriend Promotes Pair Ahead of Season 3

“If you thought this show was going to be ‘Funny Fatal Attraction,’ that’s what we’re going into this season,” star Rachel Bloom (Rebecca) promised at the Television Critics Association press tour on Wednesday. And with good reason: Season 2 ended with Rebecca being left at »

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Teases New Credits Sequence, Songs from First Episode

2 August 2017 12:49 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Fans were surprised at the beginning of the second season of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” when the show’s peppy theme song switched style, look and lyrics.

Naturally, speaking at the Television Critics Association press tour, series co-creators Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna opened up their panel by talking about the first thing audiences will see when the show returns in the fall.

Brosh McKenna explained that “Detention” director Joseph Kahn would be directing the new Season 3 credits sequence. Kahn is also on board to direct Season 3’s fourth episode.

“I would say the new theme song is the most talked-about songwriting process we’ve ever done,” Bloom said.

Apart from that opening, the two co-creators, along with cast members Pete Gardner, Donna Lynne Champlin, Vella Lovell, Gabrielle Ruiz, and David Hull, talked about what fans can expect from Season 3.

“In the first episode, there is a song that is the »

- Steve Greene

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Teases New Credits Sequence, Songs from First Episode

2 August 2017 12:49 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Fans were surprised at the beginning of the second season of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” when the show’s peppy theme song switched style, look and lyrics.

Naturally, speaking at the Television Critics Association press tour, series co-creators Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna opened up their panel by talking about the first thing audiences will see when the show returns in the fall.

Brosh McKenna explained that “Detention” director Joseph Kahn would be directing the new Season 3 credits sequence. Kahn is also on board to direct Season 3’s fourth episode.

“I would say the new theme song is the most talked-about songwriting process we’ve ever done,” Bloom said.

Apart from that opening, the two co-creators, along with cast members Pete Gardner, Donna Lynne Champlin, Vella Lovell, Gabrielle Ruiz, and David Hull, talked about what fans can expect from Season 3.

“In the first episode, there is a song that is the »

- Steve Greene

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend': Joseph Kahn to Direct Season 3 Opening Credits

2 August 2017 11:49 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s” opening credits sequence is one of the elements of the show that changes every season, and Season 3 is no different. Series creator Aline Brosh McKenna announced to reporters at the Television Critics Association press tour Wednesday that for Season 3, acclaimed music video director Joseph Kahn will direct the opening credits. Star and executive producer Rachel Bloom added that he will also direct the fourth episode of the season, which she said is a “very important episode for us.” Also Read: Rachel Bloom Sings It: She Doesn't Care About Awards Shows (Video) While you may not be familiar with. »

- Carli Velocci

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Emmy Fyc Campaigns 2017: The Political, The Unconventional and The One We’ll Remember Most

7 July 2017 3:43 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

This year, there are over 20,000 people who get to select the nominees and winners of the Emmys, and hundreds of shows are vying for their attention. In 2016, we were struck by some of the creativity that studios and networks used in pushing out the word about various shows.

Things seemed more subdued on a street level in 2017, though Emmy campaign expert Rich Licata told IndieWire that the networks did seem plenty active when it came to advertising buys.

Read More: Emmy Predictions 2017

“A lot of it unfortunately has turned into white noise,” Licata said, “because there were so many programs and so many networks that I don’t know how a responsible voter can really focus and say, ‘Ok, I’m going to watch all this.'”

Up against nearly impossible odds, there were some shows that were able to stand out, thanks to either completely rejecting the system, redefining »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Emmy Fyc Campaigns 2017: The Political, The Unconventional and The One We’ll Remember Most

7 July 2017 3:43 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

This year, there are over 20,000 people who get to select the nominees and winners of the Emmys, and hundreds of shows are vying for their attention. In 2016, we were struck by some of the creativity that studios and networks used in pushing out the word about various shows.

Things seemed more subdued on a street level in 2017, though Emmy campaign expert Rich Licata told IndieWire that the networks did seem plenty active when it came to advertising buys.

Read More: Emmy Predictions 2017

“A lot of it unfortunately has turned into white noise,” Licata said, “because there were so many programs and so many networks that I don’t know how a responsible voter can really focus and say, ‘Ok, I’m going to watch all this.'”

Up against nearly impossible odds, there were some shows that were able to stand out, thanks to either completely rejecting the system, redefining »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Whoopi Goldberg Among New Film Academy Governors

29 June 2017 2:46 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced the results of this year’s Board of Governors election.

Among those newly elected are Whoopi Goldberg (Actors Branch), Kimberly Peirce (Directors Branch) and Larry Karaszewski (Writers Branch).

Goldberg beat out fellow actors Geena Davis, Edward James Olmos and Rita Wilson for her spot. Peirce toppled Donald M. Petrie, while Karaszewski beat Aline Brosh McKenna, John Ridley and Dana Stevens.

In all, nine women were elected or re-elected to the Board.

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Laura Dern in the Mix for Film Academy President (Exclusive)

One notable name absent from the list is Rob Friedman, who was angling for Cheryl Boone Isaacs’ soon-to-be-vacated public relations seat and was said to still be interested in running for president of the Academy. Former Academy marketing chief Christina Kounelias won that seat instead.

Those elected to the Board for the first time are:

Whoopi Goldberg, Actors Branch

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- Kristopher Tapley

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Co-Creator Aline Brosh McKenna on the Song From the Show That’s Stuck In Her Head

22 June 2017 11:26 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

In a TV world that often asks for creators and series to make sacrifices to get on the air, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” has always felt like a show that fights to keep its best parts intact. What other serialized TV show could squeeze in a shanty about alcoholism, a riff on “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” an elaborate tap duet, a forlorn Disney princess ballad and a relationship exit interview version of “My Way,” all in the span of three episodes?

It’s a specific brand of energy that powers this CW gem, one that persisted all the way through to a fateful, seismic season finale written and directed by the show’s co-creator, Aline Brosh McKenna. As she explained in a recent interview, one of the season’s best moments almost didn’t happen.

“We didn’t have a song in there for a very long time and it was going to be a more straight-up, »

- Steve Greene

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Co-Creator Aline Brosh McKenna on the Song From the Show That’s Stuck In Her Head

22 June 2017 11:26 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

In a TV world that often asks for creators and series to make sacrifices to get on the air, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” has always felt like a show that fights to keep its best parts intact. What other serialized TV show could squeeze in a shanty about alcoholism, a riff on “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” an elaborate tap duet, a forlorn Disney princess ballad and a relationship exit interview version of “My Way,” all in the span of three episodes?

It’s a specific brand of energy that powers this CW gem, one that persisted all the way through to a fateful, seismic season finale written and directed by the show’s co-creator, Aline Brosh McKenna. As she explained in a recent interview, one of the season’s best moments almost didn’t happen.

“We didn’t have a song in there for a very long time and it was going to be a more straight-up, dramatic episode for us,” McKenna said.

Still wanting to find a place for another comedy song, the answer came in a surprise revelation from the show’s star — and other co-creator — Rachel Bloom.

Read More: 10 TV Shows Emmy Voters Need to Watch Before They Fill Out Their Ballots

“We were all in the writers room, working on a rewrite and Rachel kind of busted into the door and said, ‘Oh I know how to do this! We should do death metal,'” McKenna said.

Yes, in the middle of a momentous episode where its main character, Rebecca Bunch, is on the precipice of her dream wedding, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” delivered the Rammstein-adjacent headbanger “What a Rush to Be a Bride.”

For McKenna, the best part is that this wasn’t simply a tossed-in gag meant to be funny simply because it was contradictory. The choice came from a place of odd truth. “What I love about it is that there is something about being a bride which is really aggro and hostile and ‘Fuck you, give me my stuff!’ and ‘Watch me wear this dress!’ And I think that, by finding that genre, [Rachel] really pulled out this hilarious hostility of being a bride and how controlling that is,” McKenna said.

It’s also indicative of the kind of jokes that McKenna wanted for a finale that could survive on its own merit and not merely the goodwill it had built up from fans over its sophomore season. That approach meant that Rebecca’s wedding morning song (“It’s magic hour lighting, which doesn’t make a heaping amount of sense, but who cares? It’s gorgeous,” McKenna explained) having two season’s worth of reprises built in proved to be a tricky balance.

“My goal always with the show was not to ever do a joke or a reprise that you can only enjoy if you were a fan of the show. Rachel and I talked about it a lot and what I came to realize is that it was an acting piece for her. She performed it like a dramatic monologue, without any sense of musical comedy cutesiness. She really, I thought, brought it to life in this way that was very real and emotional where you really saw her struggle and you really feel her pain,” McKenna said.

That ability to bring real emotion and consequences into this semi-heightened world is a running theme of the series. Even though Rebecca has gone through multiple iterations of being the show’s title character, she’s brought just as much out of her fellow West Covinians.

“Her presence in town has caused everyone to change their life and has had a profound effect on everyone’s approach,” McKenna said. “Darryl realizing he was bisexual, Valencia finding a new job, Josh breaking up with Valencia, Greg leaving town, all those things would not have happened had Rebecca Bunch not shown up. That’s kind of a running theme in the show, that she’s inadvertently helping people transcend in their own life as she’s struggling to transcend herself.”

Even though these past two seasons have been a special roller-coaster for Rebecca, McKenna is adamant that she and the show’s writers still want the best for the character. They don’t want to give her an unrealistic shortcut to happiness, but he understands what it’s like to want to see a protagonist escape a cycle of unfortunate events.

Read More: ABC’s Live ‘Little Mermaid’ Should Just Use the Cast Of ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

“She’s struggling and I think you always know and sense that she’s trying really hard and she means well and doesn’t want to hurt anybody, even when she’s doing terrible things. Fans care about her and so I completely understand where that comes from. I know myself as a viewer, the shows that I binge, that sometimes I’m feeling like on ‘The Americans,’ Phillip seems really bummed out and I’d like for him to be happy. I get that,” McKenna said.

Now that the show is prepping for Season 3, that means figuring out how to utilize the show’s impressive ensemble after the finale’s reshuffling. While juggling the fate of all of these beloved characters is a tall task, sometimes it’s the show’s tracklist that can inspire the biggest personal reaction.

“There’s always people that we’d love to get in the show more and song genres that we love, but because the seasons are so different, there’s usually not a ton of carry-over. Except I was insisting that we were going to do ‘Heavy Boobs,’ no matter if it had anything to do with the story or something or nothing. It just was going to be done,” McKenna said. 

Does that mean that McKenna gets certain songs stuck in her heads, just like fans do? Of course.

“I’ve literally had things where I’ve had to have a glass of wine before bed because the songs will get wedged in my brain from working on them,” McKenna said. “And then I can’t function because I’m walking around singing, ‘They’re probably straightforward niiiipples…‘ to myself, which is not good for anybody. That’s not what anybody wants. Nobody wants to be around someone who’s singing that. No one. It’s a little bit of an occupational hazard.”

Read More: ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Welcomes New Cast Regulars the Only Way It Knows How: Through Song

In an early run of episodes that had the catchiest date prep, fatherly appreciation, and friendship celebration songs imaginable, memories of one particular Season 1 entry still linger, over a year later.

“You know what was the worst for me? Like, I almost had to go to the hospital? The ‘Dream Ghost’ song from Season 1,” McKenna said. “‘We pay out of pocket for cleeeeeanings!‘ Oh my God. I literally walked around, saying to people, ‘We pay out of pocket for cleanings’ for no reason. It was terrible. If we’ve done that to other people, I apologize.”

A small price to pay for one of the best comedies on TV.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” Season 2 is currently available to stream on Netflix. 

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- Steve Greene

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Co-Creator Aline Brosh McKenna on Season 3, Biggest Challenges

15 June 2017 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Aline Brosh McKenna, the co-creator (with star Rachel Bloom) of the CW’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” is hard at work on the third season of the musical comedy, after the season-two finale saw Bloom’s Rebecca Bunch left at the altar by her longtime obsession, Josh. 

What can you reveal about the new season of the show?

The third season is in some ways the promise of the series — it’s more what you might imagine when you hear the title. She’s gotten to the point where she’s exhausted the gentler options of getting his attention.

What was the biggest challenge of the previous season?

We had a big change in terms of writing off a character and adding a new character. We spend a lot of time, effort, energy and craft doing that in a seamless way. Especially introducing Nathaniel (Scott Michael Foster) in a way where it’s very clear what trope we’re »

- Jenelle Riley

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Aline Brosh McKenna On The Next Level Of Crazy – The Contenders Emmys Videos

9 June 2017 10:37 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna’s appearance at Deadline’s annual The Contenders Emmys event turned into a masterclass in crazy-exes, as she detailed how the evolution of romantic obsession creates the structure of the hybrid musical dramedy that’s now heading into its third season on the CW. In a discussion in front of a packed house of TV Academy and Emmy voters, Brosh McKenna, who co-created the series with star and Golden Globe winner Rachel Bloom… »

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Emmys: ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Star Rachel Bloom Doesn’t Care About Award Shows In Fyc Video

7 June 2017 9:30 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

On her show, the CW’s Crazy Ex Girlfriend, Rachel Bloom often breaks into a song to illustrate how she feels about things. Now she is using the approach to express her true feelings about awards shows (hint, she doesn’t care, or so she says). In an Fyc Emmy video released by Crazy Ex-Girlfriend producer CBS TV Studios, series co-creator/star Rachel Bloom and co-creator/showrunner Aline Brosh McKenna are in a meeting with a PR executive. When the topic turns to… »

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’: Rachel Bloom Doesn’t Care If You Consider Her in New Emmys Music Video — Watch

7 June 2017 9:30 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Leave it to the folks behind “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” to come up with an Emmys campaign video that takes the air out of all other campaign videos. Back in April, the show kicked off Emmys season with a night of live performances from the main cast (you have not truly lived until you’ve seen Donna Lynne Champlin sing “Maybe This Dream” for an audience).

As the show preps for Season 3, star Rachel Bloom’s latest music video is a (non-)Fyc song about staying true to artistic standards in the face of the pressures of an awards push. But because it comes from Bloom, it also definitely has deep-cut theater references and fun jokes about kissing people.

Read More: ABC’s Live ‘Little Mermaid’ Should Just Use the Cast Of ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

The video also gives a tiny glimpse into the “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” offices (Aka, the “Headquarters of Hollywood,” where »

- Steve Greene

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Ted Sarandos Snubbed by Academy and More Details From the Board of Governors Candidates

2 June 2017 4:11 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Earlier today, the Academy sent an email to all members with the final list of Board of Governors candidates. Conspicuously absent is Netflix CEO and Ted Sarandos, who hosted a recent Academy museum fundraiser and was hoping to get a chance to run for the board. 

Also absent is Cheryl Boone Isaacs, the current president of AMPAS, who’s stepping down this August and not seeking a third three-year term on the 54-member board. You have to be on the board in order to run for President. Others no longer in the running are Sony Pictures Classics and CBS Films executives Michael Barker and Terry Press, producer Paula Wagner, director Brett Ratner and actors Queen Latifah and Lou Diamond Phillips. Actress Laura Dern is one current board member who is backed by Academy CEO Dawn Hudson and gaining support.

The final election begins Monday, June 19 and closes on Friday, June »

- Anne Thompson

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Ted Sarandos Snubbed by Academy and More Details From the Board of Governors Candidates

2 June 2017 4:11 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Earlier today, the Academy sent an email to all members with the final list of Board of Governors candidates. Conspicuously absent is Netflix CEO and Ted Sarandos, who hosted a recent Academy museum fundraiser and was hoping to get a chance to run for the board. 

Also absent is Cheryl Boone Isaacs, the current president of AMPAS, who’s stepping down this August and not seeking a third three-year term on the 54-member board. You have to be on the board in order to run for President. Others no longer in the running are Sony Pictures Classics and CBS Films executives Michael Barker and Terry Press, producer Paula Wagner, director Brett Ratner and actors Queen Latifah and Lou Diamond Phillips. Actress Laura Dern is one current board member who is backed by Academy CEO Dawn Hudson and gaining support.

The final election begins Monday, June 19 and closes on Friday, June »

- Anne Thompson

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Mindy Kaling Has Some Thoughts on Hugh Jackman’s Career — The Week in Showrunner Tweets

27 May 2017 5:30 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

One fascinating aspect of today’s media landscape is that many creators and executive producers enjoy using Twitter to engage with their audiences, share behind-the-scenes information about their shows, chat about politics, and otherwise communicate about what matters to them. So, each week, we’ll compile some of our favorite exchanges representing the wide variety of discourse seen on social media.

Last Week’S Tweets: ‘SNL’ Parties So Hard They Break Tables

This week: A “BoJack Horseman” character seemingly comes to life, the “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” writers room gets an upgrade (…maybe), and Lin-Manuel Miranda gets spoiled for “Veep.”

Well, This is a Delightful Image

90%of my Sat mornings for past 5 months r spent in full performance of every Moana song with my Tiny Humans. I do a fine Maui. @Lin_Manuel

— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) May 20, 2017

If you haven’t read it, by the way, Rhimes’ “Year of Yes” is a charming memoir/self-help book. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Mindy Kaling Has Some Thoughts on Hugh Jackman’s Career — The Week in Showrunner Tweets

27 May 2017 5:30 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

One fascinating aspect of today’s media landscape is that many creators and executive producers enjoy using Twitter to engage with their audiences, share behind-the-scenes information about their shows, chat about politics, and otherwise communicate about what matters to them. So, each week, we’ll compile some of our favorite exchanges representing the wide variety of discourse seen on social media.

Last Week’S Tweets: ‘SNL’ Parties So Hard They Break Tables

This week: A “BoJack Horseman” character seemingly comes to life, the “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” writers room gets an upgrade (…maybe), and Lin-Manuel Miranda gets spoiled for “Veep.”

Well, This is a Delightful Image

90%of my Sat mornings for past 5 months r spent in full performance of every Moana song with my Tiny Humans. I do a fine Maui. @Lin_Manuel

— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) May 20, 2017

If you haven’t read it, by the way, Rhimes’ “Year of Yes” is a charming memoir/self-help book. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Netflix Disruptor Ted Sarandos Chases Slot on Academy Board of Governors

12 May 2017 1:03 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Cheryl Boone Isaacs, president of the Academy of the Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, will step down in August. Nor is she seeking a third three-year term on the 54-member Academy Board of Governors. And with that, let the games begin.

The question of who will replace Isaacs is on the table. You have to be on the board in order to run for Academy president, who serves at the pleasure of the board for no more than four one-year terms.

And among those who are eyeing an active role on the board is none other than Ted Sarandos, content czar of Netflix — the same organization that spent the week shaking its fist at the Cannes Film Festival for “closing ranks” with a new ruling that only films that commit to French theatrical distribution may participate in future festivals.

Sarandos is the fox in the Academy henhouse, the disruptor who »

- Anne Thompson

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