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Allison Janney and Michael Kenneth Williams have joined the second season cast of Netflix animated series F Is For Family, from Vince Vaughn’s Wild West Television and Gaumont Television. Created by Bill Burr and Emmy winner Michael Price (The Simpsons) F Is For Family follows the Murphy family in the 1970s — a time when you could smack your kid, smoke inside and bring a gun to the airport. Janney and Williams join a cast that includes Burr, Laura Dern, Justin Long, and… »
If you’re a fan of comedian Bill Burr, then you most likely watched his Netflix animated series, F is For Family. Back in December, the comedy series debuted on the streaming service and was received positively by critics and Burr’s fan base. Fans of the series should be pleased to learn F is For Family is returning for a second […]
- Jack Giroux
Netflix has renewed Bill Burr‘s “F Is for Family” for a second season, the comedian announced Friday. “The second season of F Is For Family is officially official! Ten new episodes for Netflix! Thanks to everyone that watched the first season!” Burr said on his Facebook page. Burr created the series along with Emmy winner Michael Price. Laura Dern voiced Frank’s wife Sue; and Justin Long voices the family’s oldest son, Kevin. Also Read: 'F Is for Family,' 'Bob's Burgers' Kick Off New Wave of Animated TV Comedies for Grown-Ups The show is executive-produced by Burr, »
- Linda Ge
The 2016 Writers Guild Awards were handed out Saturday night in Los Angeles and New York City, and the final salvo of AMC’s Mad Men claimed the top drama prize, while HBO’s Veep beat out the comedy competition.
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The New York Knicks aren't exactly good again, but they have reclaimed some of their old swagger – and it's all thanks to Kristaps Porzingis.
With the rookie sensation dunking on fools and hitting 3-pointers like he's the second coming of Stephen Curry, the revitalized Knicks look like they can remain in contention for a playoff spot in the East. And as such, they've managed to avoid becoming a punch line – not just in the NBA, but in popular culture as well. That's what the Philadelphia 76ers are for.
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The 2016 Writers Guild of America awards winners have been announced. In the original screenplay category Steven Spielberg’s Bridge Of Spies will be going up against the likes of Sicario, Spotlight, Straight Outta Compton and Trainwreck, while the adapted screenplay sees The Big Short compete against Carol, The Martian, Steve Jobs and Trumbo.
The awards also take in documentary material, and television productions. You can see the rest of the nominations below.
- Paul Heath
The Writers Guild of America has just announced the nominations for their annual awards for Best Screenplays (by writers who are guild signatories). That’s right, before you get nervous thinking that your favorite may have been left off the list, you must remember that the WGA is the group that is not all-inclusive and leaves out several of the top contenders each year due to them not being part of the guild or not following their very specific rules. For this reason, you won’t see Inside Out, The Hateful Eight, and Ex Machina in the Original Screenplay category or Room, Brooklyn, or Anomalisa in the Adapted screenplay category.
Taking a look at what’s left over for the nominations, we find many that were expected to make a showing, including Spotlight and Bridge of Spies for Original Screenplay, though they apparently had to sink to really low depths »
- Jeff Beck
7 items from 2016
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