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The Good Wife: Last Episode Nominated for an Emmy

15 July 2016 1:44 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

In what will feel like a slap in the face to some fans, The Good Wife TV series finale, "End" has nabbed an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing for a Drama series. Creators Michelle King and Robert King penned the final episode of the drama series, which ran for seven seasons on CBS. None of The Good Wife TV series cast, including Julianna Margulies, Matt Czuchry, Christine Baranski, or Chris Noth received Emmy nods.Good Wife Costume designer Daniel Lawson, and assistant designers David Brooks, Daniele Hollywood, Angel Peart, were nominated for Outstanding Costumes for a Contemporary Series, Limited Series or Movie. For his guest turn as Louis Canning, Michael J. Fox was nominated as an Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series. Likewise Carrie Preston, who played Elsbeth Tascioni  on The Good Wife, was nominated as Outstanding Guest »


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"White Girl" Restricted Red Band Trailer

13 July 2016 4:32 PM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

From RedBand.Ca, take a look @ the restricted 'red band' trailer supporting the drug thriller "White Girl", written/directed by Elizabeth Wood starring Morgan Saylor, Brian Marc, India Menuez, and Chris Noth, opening August 26, 2016:

"...'Leah' (Saylor), a college student, falls hard for a 'bad boy' and then goes to wild extremes to get him back..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "White Girl"...


- Michael Stevens

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Nsfw Trailer For White Girl Takes A Deep Dive Into NYC’s Underbelly

13 July 2016 8:47 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Morgan Saylor takes a deep dive into NYC’s underbelly in the shocking, sexy and decidedly Nsfw trailer for Elizabeth Wood’s directorial debut, White Girl.

Wood, who recently came attached to long-gestating superhero film Captain Marvel, premiered her first feature film at Sundance earlier this year, and though it didn’t take home any awards, the review accolades sprinkled across today’s inaugural trailer are enough to pique our curiosity.

From a drug-induced nightmare to a stylish, cutting-edge portrayal of NYC, the early consensus for Wood’s film runs the gamut, and it’ll be fascinating to see how it fares with the moviegoing masses later this year.

The cross section between New York’s mean streets and its gentrified alcoves makes for potent social satire in Elizabeth Wood’s tough and exhilarating debut. Equipped with platinum blonde hair and a winning smile, college girl Leah (Morgan Saylor) seeks out pleasure in any form. »

- Michael Briers

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First Red Band Trailer for Indie New York City Drug Drama 'White Girl'

12 July 2016 1:20 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

FilmRise has debuted a new trailer for an indie called White Girl, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year, the first feature from director Elizabeth Wood. In the film, Morgan Saylor stars as a "white girl" who falls for a guy and desperately tries to keep him in her life. The cast includes Brian Marc, Justin Bartha, Adrian Martinez, India Menuez, Anthony Ramos and Chris Noth. This trailer is red band because it shows how wild this film is - tons of drug use, lots of sex in a story about a young woman trying to figure out who she is. I didn't hear many positive things about this, only that there's lots of drugs. Here's the first official red band trailer for Elizabeth Wood's White Girl, direct from YouTube: Summer, New York City. A college girl (Morgan Saylor) falls hard for a guy she just met. »

- Alex Billington

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First red band trailer for Elizabeth Wood’s White Girl

12 July 2016 11:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A red band trailer has arrived online for writer-director Elizabeth Wood’s hotly-anticipated feature directorial debut White Girl; take a look below after the official synopsis…

Summer, New York City. A college girl falls hard for a guy she just met. After a night of partying goes wrong, she goes to wild extremes to get him back.

White Girl is set for release in September and features a cast that includes Morgan Saylor, Brian Marc, Justin Bartha, Adrian Martinez, India Salvor Menuez, Anthony Ramos, Ralph Rodriguez, Annabelle Dexter Jones and Chris Noth.


- Amie Cranswick

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‘White Girl’ Trailer: College Girl Fights To Get Her Dealer Boyfriend Out of Jail In Sundance Drug Drama

12 July 2016 11:23 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

White Girl” follows Leah (Morgan Saylor), a bored, thrill-seeking college student who’s struggling in New York City while holding onto a magazine internship. After trying to buy some pot from neighborhood bad boy dealer Blue (Brian “Sene” Marc), they hit it off and end up selling together. But when Blue gets arrested before her very eyes, she plans to sell his entire supply of cocaine to pay for his release. The film also stars Justin Bartha (“The Hangover”), Chris Noth (“Sex and the City”), Adrian Martinez (“Focus”), India Menuez (“Something in the Air”), Annabelle-Dexter Jones (“Holy Motors”), Ralph Rodriguez (“Compliance”), and more. Watch the Nsfw trailer below.

Read More: Sundance Review: ‘White Girl’ Goes On A Wild Ride Through New York City

The film is the feature-length directorial debut from Elizabeth Wood, who says that the film is based on a true story. Meanwhile, star Morgan Saylor is »

- Vikram Murthi

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A Drug-Fueled Downward Spiral Begins in Red Band Trailer For ‘White Girl’

12 July 2016 10:01 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Premiering at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year was White Girl, the debut feature from writer-director Elizabeth Wood. Led by Morgan Saylor (Homeland), the drama depicts the downward spiral of a girl who recently moved to New York City, getting caught in a torrid mix of love and drugs. The first trailer has now arrived ahead of a fall release and it looks to be a vividly captured drama, and perhaps would make a strong double feature with last year’s Heaven Knows What.

We said in our Sundance review, “White Girl is a more than simple voyeurism, watching a pretty junky’s downfall as she does things the patriarchy would loudly object to. The lessons along the way are not quite learned as Leah adapts to street life using her sexuality and drug stash to get herself in and out of trouble. White Girl presents a bleak picture even »

- Jordan Raup

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Tyrant Season 3 Episode 1 Review: Spring

7 July 2016 2:55 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

New characters, new democracy, same old Abuddin.

Jamal's recovery might have been the final shocker of Tyrant Season 3 Episode 1, but it was far from the only one.

Prisoner exchanges, faked suicides, and resignation announcements all shook up the political minefield that is Abbudin. Who will end up in power is anybody's guess. 

Watch Tyrant Season 3 Episode 1 Online

The season premiere introduced us to a few new characters, which only makes sense when you think about how many died in Tyrant Season 2. In the fight for Abuddin, everybody is power hungry, so Barry better watch his back. Aziz (the previously unseen butler) has already declared an alliance with Leila in the most disturbing way.

If he's willing to have Nusrat, another member of the royal first family, killed to help his "madame," who knows what else he's willing to do?

What was especially tragic to me about Nusrat's death is that »

- Elizabeth Harlow

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‘Tyrant’ Ep Howard Gordon Clarifies ’24: Legacy’ Kiefer Cameo Chances, Talks ‘Homeland’ & The Politics Of Fear

6 July 2016 6:28 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Tyrant returns tonight for a third season on FX, and, according to executive producer Howard Gordon, the Middle East set drama has finally “delivered.” The veteran Ep also asserts that the Gideon Raff created show that Gordon and Chris Keyser run has never been more relevant in a region and an America dealing with new threats, new terror, Donald Trump and the politics of fear, as he terms it. With The Good Wife‘s Chris Noth and The AmericansAnnet Mahendru joining the… »

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Sundance Next Fest Lineup Features ‘Lovesong,’ ‘Goat’

6 July 2016 11:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Sundance’ Los Angeles Next Fest will kick off with “Lovesong,” starring Riley Keough and Jena Malone, with a performance by Shamir on Aug. 12. The festival, which runs from Aug. 12-14, will take place at the Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles and showcase six independent films from this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

Aug. 13’s lineup will include “Morris From America” starring Craig Robinson paired with a local teen talent show hosted by Robinson; “White Girl,” starring Morgan Saylor, Brian ‘Sene’ Marc, Justin Bartha and Chris Noth, and “Goat,” starring Nick Jonas coupled with a musical performance by Sunflower Bean.

The last day features Downtown & Dirty Shorts, a showcase of comedy short films from the 2016 Sundance Film Festival hosted by Nick Kroll, followed by a short film master class for filmmakers and the premiere of highly acclaimed Iranian horror film “Under the Shadow.” The festival will close with “The Greasy »

- Maria Cavassuto

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For Tyrant's Jennifer Finnigan, Patience Pays Off as Molly Gets Thrown Into a Timely, 'Devastating' Storyline

5 July 2016 3:41 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

If you’ve been waiting for Tyrant‘s Jennifer Finnigan to have her chance to shine in the Abbudinian sun, Season 3 of the FX drama is for you.

RelatedTyrant Season 3 Adds The Good Wife‘s Chris Noth

Having watched rather helpless from the sidelines of the United States for much of Season 1, and led to believe husband Barry was dead for a good chunk of Season 2, Molly Al-Fayeed has been a rather reactive character. But starting this Wednesday at 10/9c, and especially as the second and third episodes unfold, Finnigan will be thrown into the series’ “scariest” storyline ever, »

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American Horror Story Season 6 Premiere Date Announced by FX

5 July 2016 12:28 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

While plot details for the sixth season of American Horror Story are mostly under wraps, we now know when the horror series will return, as FX has officially announced the show's Season 6 premiere date.

American Horror Story Season 6 will premiere on Wednesday, September 14th at 10:00pm Est. We have the official press release (via SpoilerTV) from FX, although cast and plot information have yet to be officially announced by the network:

Press Release: Los Angeles – July 5, 2016 – FX has set the premiere dates for two of the year’s most anticipated new comedy series, Atlanta and Better Things, as well as the return of the acclaimed and award-winning American Horror Story for its sixth installment, it was announced today by Chuck Saftler, President of Program Strategy and COO, FX Networks. Atlanta, a half-hour comedy series created by and starring Donald Glover, will premiere on FX on September 6, followed two days later by Better Things, »

- Derek Anderson

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First poster for Elizabeth Wood’s White Girl

27 June 2016 2:41 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A first poster has arrived online for writer-director Elizabeth Wood’s hotly-anticipated feature directorial debut White Girl; check it out here…

Summer, New York City. A college girl falls hard for a guy she just met. After a night of partying goes wrong, she goes to wild extremes to get him back.

White Girl is set for release in September and features a cast that includes Morgan Saylor, Brian Marc, Justin Bartha, Adrian Martinez, India Salvor Menuez, Anthony Ramos, Ralph Rodriguez, Annabelle Dexter Jones and Chris Noth.


- Amie Cranswick

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‘Chronically Metropolitan’ Trailer: Mary-Louise Parker & Chris Noth Face Life’s Challenges In Coming-Of-Age Dramedy

16 June 2016 12:41 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The first trailer for the Xavier Manrique-directed drama “Chronically Metropolitan” has just been released by Deadline.

The film stars Shiloh Fernandez, as Fenton, a first time novelist who returns unannounced to New York City to reunite with his ex-girlfriend Jessie (Ashley Benson), who is engaged to be married.

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During this time he also reconnects with his parents Christopher (Chris Noth), a successful novelist who’s as recognized for his Page Six worthy antics as he is for his writing, and Diane (Mary-Louise Parker), a sophisticated woman, who has a new appreciation of controlled substances and is at a crossroads in her marriage and her life. 

Josh Peck also co-stars as Fenton’s best pal, John and Addison Timlin is Fenton’s head strong sister, Layla.

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Chronically Metropolitan” was written by Nick Shutt and will have its world premiere at the Nantucket Film Festival that runs June 22-27.

Watch the trailer by clicking here.

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- Liz Calvario

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Mary-Louise Parker, Chris Noth Wage War In ‘Chronically Metropolitan’ – Trailer

16 June 2016 5:00 AM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Exclusive: Here’s a first look at Chronically Metropolitan, having its world premiere next week at the Nantucket Film Festival. Directed by Xavier Manrique (Hope Springs) and written by Nick Schutt (Blood & Oil), the New York  City-set film stars Mary-Louise Parker (Weeds), Chris Noth (The Good Wife), Shiloh Fernandez (Evil Dead), Ashley Benson (Pretty Little Liars) and Josh Peck (Ice Age: The Meltdown) and will have its world premiere at the island fest. It’s about… »

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Mindy Kaling on the Freedom of Hulu, ‘Mindy Project’ Future: ‘I Have an Ending in Mind’

14 June 2016 4:32 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Mindy Kaling does not miss the panicky day-after phone calls that are a way of life for showrunners on network TV series.

The Mindy Project’s” move from Fox to Hulu last year for its fourth season has been a creatively “freeing” process that has been invigorating, Kaling told the crowd Tuesday at Variety’s TV Summit.

The lack of pressure that comes with overnight ratings reports is a welcome relief, Kaling said during her keynote conversation with Variety’s Elizabeth Wagmeister.

“I don’t know what the ratings are. They tell me we’re doing great and that’s it,” Kaling said. “I think that’s great. I don’t need the Wednesday morning panicky feeling. The ratings from the [night before] govern your entire morning. I’m so happy not to be part of that anymore.”

Moreover, Kaling appreciates the certainty that she has on Hulu about the number of episodes for each season. “I know going in how many episodes it’s going to be. We go in planning our season, not hoping that one of your other friend’s shows dies so that you can get a back nine.”

“Mindy Project” delivered a whopping 26 episodes for its fourth season and has been renewed for Season 5. Although the workload was intense for Season 4, Kaling kept her staff lean by design. She has a co-showrunner in Matt Warburton and Howard Klein as exec producer to liaise with the network and handle other business-centric matters that crop up. And her writers room is only a handful of people by choice. “When I was on ‘The Office’ we did 22-24 episodes with a staff of seven or eight writers. I like the feeling as a writer that the show is going to be good or bad based on your contribution to it. I like that feeling of being on the hook.”

Season 5 is likely to run 16 episodes, broken up into eight-episode blocks, she said.

Kaling referenced the twists and turns that the show has experienced as being a good education for her as a showrunner and as a leader. “Mindy Project” was initially developed for NBC, then got picked up as a series at Fox, and then moved to Hulu when Fox dropped it because “Mindy” reruns had performed so well for Hulu.

Kaling gave a shout-out to former Universal Television president Bela Bajaria for showing her by example how to be an effective leader. Kaling was on camping vacation in Montana with her “30 Rock” writer Tracey Wigfield last summer when she got the call that Fox was dropping “Mindy Project” after three seasons.

Bajaria “neither luxuriates in praise or in failure,” Kaling said. “She told me ‘Fox is opting not to pick up the show and we’re going to have it on Hulu.’ That was her plan. I think that’s very leader-y. When you’re a showrunner you’re not always bringing the best news to your staff. But I appreciated that she came with a plan. No one wants to see their leader say ‘I don’t know what we’re going to do.’ I really appreciated that she had a plan.”

Among other highlights from the conversation:

** Kaling credits the explosive growth of TV options for allowing her show to exist, especially in its current form where her ethnicity is not the central focus of the show. “For someone who looks like me — my career only exists in this new time when there is so much opportunity. As recently as five or six years ago minorities could only be on television if that was what the show was about. (But) the name of my show is ‘The Mindy Project’ not ‘The Indian Girl Project.’”

** How long does she envision “Mindy” running? “I have an ending in mind. I don’t know when it would be,” she said. She has aspirations to write and direct a movie and do other pilots. “I am tempted by a lot of other interesting things.”

** Kaling cited Tina Fey and Emma Thompson as important role models. Seeing Thompson nominated at the 1996 Oscars for both acting and writing was eye-opening for Kaling.

** Kaling is using “Sex and the City” as a guide for how it is handling the transition of the character of Danny that Chris Messina plays on “Mindy Project” in the fabric of the show. She cited how Chris Noth’s Mr. Big remained a presence on “Satc” even though he was not seen much in the later seasons. “He’s going to be in it — it’s just that not having him in every episode allows my character to have adventures without having the specter of my ex-husband there.”


- Cynthia Littleton

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‘The Good Wife’ Series Finale: Director Robert King on How that Montage Came to Life

9 June 2016 8:30 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Artisans break down the anatomy of a pivotal scene in the series finale of “The Good Wife.”

For seven seasons, “The Good Wife” was widely held up as proof that broadcast television can still deliver dramas to rival the best of cable. Although they were crafting a serialized procedural drama on the broadest broadcaster of all, CBS, showrunners Robert and Michelle King always brought something more to the process, including a highly cinematic eye. Robert King believes there has been a “dumbing down” of the perception of cinema, saying that the focus these days is on spectacle, but “really, cinema is just about telling stories through pictures, not words. I think that is something TV can do more of. I think there’s much more visual storytelling going on than there was 10 years ago, or any time before.”

One prime example: a montage in the “Good Wife” series finale in »

- Geoff Berkshire

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2016 Emmy Contenders: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama

7 June 2016 2:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Last year, Peter Dinklage took home his second Emmy Award for his role as Tyrion Lannister on “Game of Thrones.” Despite the impressive ensemble of the show, Dinklage could stand out again this year; he already has the best line of the season: “That’s what I do. I drink and I know things.” He could face competition from co-stars Kit Harington and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, neither of whom has been nominated yet.

Jonathan Banks is a likely repeat nominee for “Better Call Saul,” but his co-star Michael McKean was a scene stealer as well, and also the biggest villain of the season as he looked to usurp his own brother. McKean is a beloved vet who has never received an Emmy nomination and is long overdue.

We could see repeat nominations for Jon Voight (“Ray Donovan”) and Michael Kelly (“House of Cards”), as well as two actors whose shows left the air this year, »

- Jenelle Riley

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‘Veep,’ ‘Scandal’ and Other Shows Play Politics in Election Year

6 June 2016 9:30 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

This year’s election stories have been riddled with outlandish plot twists and Machiavellian protagonists who often act more like antagonists. And that’s not even including what’s happening on the scripted TV series that are supposed to be making this stuff up.

“On ‘Veep,’ we’re trying to find something that stretches reality to its edge, but could happen. And then, seven months later, these candidates are doing something like this,” says David Mandel, who this year took over as showrunner of the Emmy-winning HBO comedy about vice president-turned president Selina Meyer (played by Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and her staff. “I think we’re tapping into a certain amount of D.C. hypocrisy and sometimes headlines happen and it can be a wonderful or — if you’re an American citizen — horrible coincidence that politicians are doing things just like what we came up with on ‘Veep.’”

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- Whitney Friedlander

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The Best Series to Watch After a Breakup

6 June 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

There's no getting around it: Breakups are rough. But before you crawl into a cave and declare you'll never love again, check out these TV shows that demonstrate exactly how to, and how not to, deal with the loss of love before you rejoin the world. Your next partner will thank you.

'Man Seeking Woman' (2015 - )

Based on Simon Rich's novel "The Last Girlfriend on Earth," "Man Seeking Woman" is an absurd and terrifically filthy comedy about a man surviving a devastating breakup. Each episode takes one particular reality of single life to a wickedly funny extreme. In the pilot, Josh (Jay Baruchel) must deal with the fact that his ex-girlfriend has found a new boyfriend immediately -- and while everyone around him is encouraging Josh to be the better man and embrace her new beau, he's the only one concerned that the new boyfriend is literally »

- Jaime Vazquez

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