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5 items from 2017


‘Gay of Thrones’: How Funny or Die Recaps ‘Game of Thrones’ in Less than 24 Hours Every Week

16 August 2017 5:16 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Moulin Rouge” or “The Mighty Ducks”? That was one of the toughest decisions being made Sunday night at the Funny or Die offices in Los Angeles, where the cast and crew behind the “Game of Thrones” recap series “Gay of Thrones” had gathered, as they had for the past four weeks this summer, to watch the HBO blockbuster drama and (lovingly) tear it apart.

By 5 p.m. the following day, the latest installment was online — an awe-inspiring turnaround, given the Emmy-nominated series’s dense implementation of clips, visual jokes and actor-driven improv, cut down to a tight runtime that rarely exceeds five minutes.

Read More:‘Game of Thrones’ Episodes Keep Leaking, but Here’s Why Its Ratings Are Still Breaking Records

Curious about what it takes to make this possible in less than 24 hours, IndieWire asked to get a peek behind the scenes of the show’s production this year. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Gay of Thrones’: How Funny or Die Recaps ‘Game of Thrones’ in Less than 24 Hours Every Week

16 August 2017 5:16 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Moulin Rouge” or “The Mighty Ducks”? That was one of the toughest decisions being made Sunday night at the Funny or Die offices in Los Angeles, where the cast and crew behind the “Game of Thrones” recap series “Gay of Thrones” had gathered, as they had for the past four weeks this summer, to watch the HBO blockbuster drama and (lovingly) tear it apart.

By 5 p.m. the following day, the latest installment was online — an awe-inspiring turnaround, given the Emmy-nominated series’s dense implementation of clips, visual jokes and actor-driven improv, cut down to a tight runtime that rarely exceeds five minutes.

Read More:‘Game of Thrones’ Episodes Keep Leaking, but Here’s Why Its Ratings Are Still Breaking Records

Curious about what it takes to make this possible in less than 24 hours, IndieWire asked to get a peek behind the scenes of the show’s production this year. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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TV Land Is ‘Throwing Shade’ At Unpaid Maternity Leave – Watch

8 March 2017 1:54 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last night’s episode of TV Land’s “Throwing Shade” jumped politically from the likes of Mike Huckabee to crowdfunded breast milk fro-yo. In a sketch detailing the absurdity of paid maternity not being considered a right for women, Erin and Bryan have created their own crowdfunding methods for having a baby. Because, as Erin warns, in this day and age having a baby means that “not only do you have to deal with morning sickness, now you have to learn iMovie.”

Throwing Shade’s” Bryan Safi and Erin Gibson’s partnership goes way back to their early days of writing for the Current TV comedy news show “Infomania.” After the death of said comedy news show, the two brought their chemistry into the more personal realm of a podcast pertinent to their specific issues. With its podcast roots, and a subsequent series produced by Funny or Die, “Throwing Shade »

- Maya Reddy

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TV Land Is ‘Throwing Shade’ At Unpaid Maternity Leave – Watch

8 March 2017 1:54 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Last night’s episode of TV Land’s “Throwing Shade” jumped politically from the likes of Mike Huckabee to crowdfunded breast milk fro-yo. In a sketch detailing the absurdity of paid maternity not being considered a right for women, Erin and Bryan have created their own crowdfunding methods for having a baby. Because, as Erin warns, in this day and age having a baby means that “not only do you have to deal with morning sickness, now you have to learn iMovie.”

Throwing Shade’s” Bryan Safi and Erin Gibson’s partnership goes way back to their early days of writing for the Current TV comedy news show “Infomania.” After the death of said comedy news show, the two brought their chemistry into the more personal realm of a podcast pertinent to their specific issues. With its podcast roots, and a subsequent series produced by Funny or Die, “Throwing Shade »

- Maya Reddy

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Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi bring brilliant Throwing Shade series to TV

17 January 2017 10:17 AM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Don’t miss Throwing Shade tonight — the all-new comedy TV series hosted by Erin Gibson (a.k.a. “Feminasty”) and Bryan Safi (a.k.a. “Homosensual). Airing on TV Land, the satirical show will parody politics and pop culture with plenty of uncensored, raunchy irreverence. Based on the pair’s successful podcast, web series and live show, the TV version aims to enhance the original with visuals only possible on TV. If you are a fan of the original podcast then you can expect more of the same edgy humor along with several great interview guests. Topics covered will include the likes of pop culture, politics, women’s and gay rights....read more »

- James Wray

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