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Exclusive Clip from Comedy Indie ‘Audrey’

15 July 2014 12:25 PM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Don’t women already have enough to think about in their lives?

Based off the short film “Piece A’ Cake,” “Audrey is a funny female-drive comedy that takes us in real-time over an hour and half of a young woman’s day as she waits and waits and waits in a restaurant for a man to arrive for their critical third date. As time ticks away and Gene is nowhere to be found, Audrey is swept up through her life as her insecurities and inner demons wreak havoc on her. Forced to face her deepest fears by circumstance — both real and hilariously unreal —Audrey finds the strength and courage she never imagined she had.

The film stars Sybil Darrow (“The Cavern,” “The Sweetest Thing”), Ed Quinn (“The Caller,” “ True Blood”), Charles Shaughnessy (“The Nanny,” “Days Of Our Lives”), Jonathan Chase (“Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas,” “Eagle Eye”), Helena Mattsson (“Seven Psychopaths, »

- Gig Patta

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Comedian Lena Waithe Inks Deal With Bet to Write Pilot ‘Twenties’ (Exclusive)

1 July 2014 4:24 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Lena Waithe, writer and producer known for YouTube series such as “Dear White People,” has signed a deal to write a pilot script for Bet based on her YouTube series “Twenties,” Variety has learned.

The show will be produced by Flavor Unit.

“Twenties” focuses on the experiences of a few twentysomething black women trying to find their voice and place in society. “Twenties” debuted on YouTube last August. Waithe hopes the pilot will reach a wide range of demographics and use its wit to spark meaningful conversation.

“We want to be entertaining, but we also want to make people think and not just sit back mindlessly,” Waithe said. “We really want them to sit up and pay attention.”

Waithe, who cites shows including “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “A Different World” as influences, said she likes to use comedy to give voice to groups that aren’t always illuminated in humor. »

- Jordyn Holman

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The Televerse #147- The Mary Tyler Moore Show with Sarah Rodman

24 June 2014 11:22 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The Spring to Summer TV transition continues this week, with a bunch of premieres and finales giving us plenty to discuss on the podcast. First we look at the reality and comedy, including a preview of Wilfred season four and looks at the Rising Star and Almost Royal pilots, as well as the Enlisted finale. Then we talk genre and drama, previewing Tyrant, looking at the True Blood, Dominion, and Rectify premieres, and breaking down the Orphan Black and Fargo finales. Afterward, Sarah Rodman from the Boston Globe joins Kate at the DVD Shelf to discuss one of the all-time great series, The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

Our Week in Reality and Comedy (6:54-27:07): Preview Wilfred s4, Rising Star pilot, Sytycd, Almost Royal pilot, Adventure Time, Enlisted finale

Our Week in Genre and Drama (28:00-1:10:37): Preview Tyrant, True Blood premiere, Dominion pilot, Penny Dreadful, »

- Kate Kulzick

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The Televerse #147- The Mary Tyler Moore Show with Sarah Rodman

23 June 2014 10:48 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The Spring to Summer TV transition continues this week, with a bunch of premieres and finales giving us plenty to discuss on the podcast. First we look at the reality and comedy, including a preview of Wilfred season four and looks at the Rising Star and Almost Royal pilots, as well as the Enlisted finale. Then we talk genre and drama, previewing Tyrant, looking at the True Blood, Dominion, and Rectify premieres, and breaking down the Orphan Black and Fargo finales. Afterward, Sarah Rodman from the Boston Globe joins Kate at the DVD Shelf to discuss one of the all-time great series, The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

Our Week in Reality and Comedy (6:54-27:07): Preview Wilfred s4, Rising Star pilot, Sytycd, Almost Royal pilot, Adventure Time, Enlisted finale

Our Week in Genre and Drama (28:00-1:10:37): Preview Tyrant, True Blood premiere, Dominion pilot, Penny Dreadful, »

- Kate Kulzick

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TV Icons Marion Ross and Ed Asner to Visit ABC Family's Chasing Life

12 June 2014 11:34 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Happy Days are ahead for Chasing Life.

Marion Ross, who famously played Mrs. C on the 1950s-set 1970s comedy, and fellow TV icon Ed Asner (The Mary Tyler Moore Show) have joined ABC Family’s cancer drama, per The Hollywood Reporter.

Related | ABC Family’s Chasing Life: Will You Follow April’s Journey of Hope?

Ross and Asner will play April’s (Italia Ricci) grandparents, who end up causing trouble when they visit for the holidays.

Smash alum Andy Mientus also recently joined the freshman drama, which follows an aspiring journalist who discovers she has cancer.

Chasing Life airs Tuesdays at 9/8c. »

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indieFilmFunding, a New Crowdfunding Platform for Indie Films, Is Open for Business

6 May 2014 1:34 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

There's a new crowdfunding platform exclusively for indie films and, as of today, it's open for business. indieFilmFunding.com (iFF) officially launched to the public today, along with its first theatrical film campaign, and it's a big one. The comedy "The Big Finish" comes from director Martin Guigui ("The Bronx Bull") and will be written by Guigui and Rudy De Luca ("The Carol Burnett Show"). The film will star Bob Newhart, Don Rickles, Jerry Lewis, Tim ConwayGarrett Morris, Debbie Reynolds, Cloris Leachman, Mary Tyler Moore and other legendary Hollywood actors of a certain age. In fact, De Luca joked, "We gotta hurry up and shoot this film, cause we're droppin' like flies." "The Big Finish" has set an ambitious $3 million goal for the production. Read More: 8 Things I Learned from My (Failed) Kickstarter Campaign iFF's platform is open for submissions from any producer, director, or filmmaker seeking funding for a film project. »

- Paula Bernstein

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Valerie Harper Sued For Not Revealing She Had Cancer to Employer

27 April 2014 6:12 AM, PDT | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

Talk about a low blow! TMZ reports that Valerie Harper is in the middle of a $2 million lawsuit with Broadway playwright Matthew Lombardo after she failed to tell the producers of Looped that she had cancer.  The Mary Tyler Moore Show veteran, 74, was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in 2012, which caused her to slur her words and forget her lines during rehearsals.  Lombardo claims Harper failed to notify him, costing him $500,000. His lawsuit comes after the Dancing With the Stars contestant filed her own [...] »

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Valerie Harper Says She's Now 'Cancer-Free' After Terminal Diagnosis

16 April 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Valerie Harper, best known for playing Rhoda Morgenstern on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Rhoda, says she’s “absolutely cancer-free” over a year after announcing that she had terminal brain cancer.

Valerie Harper Is 'Cancer-Free'

"I'm absolutely cancer-free!" Harper told Closer Weekly. "My last scans have been positive, and my doctors are very happy. [The oncologist] looked at the scans and said, 'Oh my God, Valerie, this is very encouraging!' "

While her doctor is wary of telling the legendary comedic actress that she’s in remission, he’s more than happy with what the scans are showing. "My doctor doesn't use that term [remission],” said Harper. “He likes to say, 'I give you a treatment, and it's either responsive or non-responsive — and you are having a phenomenal response.'"

As part of her treatment regiment, Harper takes several pills in a “pulse does” – at one sitting, once per week.

Harper's Terminal Diagnosis

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Walter Roy Beery, Stage and TV Actor, Dies at 75

16 April 2014 6:18 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Walter Roy Beery, an actor who appeared in numerous television shows but whose first love was the theater, died at his home in Sherman Oaks, Calif., on April 6 from complications of lymphoma. He was 75.

Beery supported himself by working as a film broker at MGM until beginning his acting career in summer stock. He caught his first break when cast in the original Broadway and national tour of “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.” During the staging at the Ahmanson Theatre, he took to the Los Angeles lifestyle and sought to return, which he did after a stint as guest artist and acting teacher at Portland State U.

Through the years Beery appeared in television shows including “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “St. Elsewhere,” “Remington Steele,” “The Drew Carey Show” and “Numbers” as well as movies and television commercial. He worked as a senior model in the last several years of his life. »

- Carmel Dagan

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'Friends' creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane look back at the finale -- and why they won't do a reunion show

16 April 2014 4:10 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Ten years ago, more than 50 million people watched one of TV’s all-time biggest comedy sensations sign off the air with a final answer to Ross and Rachel’s “Will-they-or-won’t they?” saga (They will!) and a surprise twist to Monica and Chandler’s adoption journey (Twins!). In the April 11 issue of EW, we revisited the sextet’s sign-off — along with many other classic finales — in “The Art of Saying Goodbye,” a story in which the masterminds of 10 iconic series discussed the heady challenges of creating a lasting last episode. Below, in a bonus Q&A, creators/executive producers David Crane »

- Dan Snierson

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Valerie Harper Is Not Cancer-Free: "I Have Hope for the Future"

16 April 2014 2:55 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Despite reports to the contrary, Valerie Harper is not cancer-free. After an "erroneous quote" in Closer Weekly, in which the TV icon reportedly declared she was "absolutely cancer-free," Harper issued a response on Wednesday concerning her health. "I am not 'absolutely cancer-free,'" the 74-year-old said in a statement via the Hallmark Channel. "I wish I were. Right now what I am is cautiously optimistic about my present condition and I have hope for the future." In March 2013, The Mary Tyler Moore Show actress broke the news that she had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and was given as little as three months to live. Harper, a lifelong nonsmoker »

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Valerie Harper Denies Report That She Is Cancer-Free

16 April 2014 2:28 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

In response to a story in Closer Weekly that quotes Valerie Harper as having declared that she is “absolutely cancer-free,” the Emmy winner has come out to say that the quote is unfortunately “erroneous.”

“In response to a recent erroneous quote concerning my health, I am not ‘absolutely cancer-free,’” a statement from Harper issued via the Hallmark Channel reads. “I wish I were. Right now what I am is cautiously optimistic about my present condition, and I have hope for the future.”

Harper, who rose to fame as Rhoda in “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and starred as the character in the spinoff “Rhoda,” is currently promoting her appearance in Hallmark Channel series “Signed, Sealed, Delivered.”

Harper was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2009 and subsequently developed brain cancer. In January 2013, she was told she only had three months to live. However, she told Variety in November that she was continuing to show improvement. »

- Alex Stedman

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Valerie Harper: "I Am Not 'Absolutely Cancer-Free,'" But "Have Hope For the Future"

16 April 2014 11:00 AM, PDT | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

Valerie Harper is unfortunately not cancer-free, despite a report that surfaced earlier today, and quickly spread via social media and other media outlets. The beloved Mary Tyler Moore actress set the record straight after realizing that the false story began to trend on Twitter. "In response to a recent erroneous quote concerning my health, I am not 'absolutely cancer-free,'" the 74-year-old says in a statement to Us Weekly. "I wish I were. Right now what I am is cautiously optimistic about my present condition and I have [...] »

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Valerie Harper: "I Am Absolutely Cancer-Free"

16 April 2014 8:10 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Valerie Harper has revealed she is "absolutely cancer-free." The actress, best known for playing Rhoda Morgenstern on the '70s TV classic The Mary Tyler Moore Show, shared the good news with Closer Weekly. "My last scans have been positive, and my doctors are very happy," the 74-year-old star told the magazine. "[The oncologist] looked at the scans and said, 'Oh my god, Valerie, this is very encouraging!'" When asked if she is in remission, Harper said, "My doctor doesn't use that term. He likes to say, 'I give you treatment, and it's either responsive or nonresponsive — and you are having a phenomenal response.'" In March 2013, »

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Tina Fey and Robert Carlock on '30 Rock' finale, and why they screened 'iCarly'

15 April 2014 4:52 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

If you liked the 30 Rock finale, thank The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Frasier … and iCarly.

For EW’s “The Art of Saying Goodbye” story, which ran in the April 11 issue, we interviewed the masterminds behind 10 iconic series, who discussed the formidable challenges of concocting the perfect farewell episode. Here, in a bonus Q&A, 30 Rock’s Exec Producers Tina Fey and Robert Carlock talk about the challenges of sending off Liz Lemon and Co. — and what classic finales they screened for inspiration.

EW How long did you know how you wanted to end 30 Rock?

Tina Fey There were some things »

- Lynette Rice

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'Murphy Brown' creator Diane English looks back at the series finale: The art of saying goodbye

14 April 2014 11:07 AM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

For a recent feature in Entertainment Weekly, we spoke to showrunners who’ve had the pleasure – and pressure — of wrapping up some of TV’s most beloved series. Murphy Brown creator Diane English had left the CBS comedy after season 4 but returned for its tenth and final season and penned its hour-long 1998 series finale. In the two-part “Never Can Say Goodbye,” Murphy (five-time Emmy winner Candice Bergen) — who’d battled breast cancer that year – contemplated retirement as she dealt with a second scare. While under anesthesia for a surgery that ultimately confirmed she was cancer-free, Murphy scored her biggest interview, »

- Mandi Bierly

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Bob Newhart picks up the phone to talk about his first classic sitcom -- Exclusive Video

9 April 2014 9:01 AM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Forty-two years after its premiere, The Bob Newhart Show continues to matter. Based on Newhart’s buttoned-up comic sensibility — yes, before making Johnny Carson roar with laughter, Newhart had been an accountant — The Bob Newhart Show was the story of a Chicago psychologist, Bob Hartley; his lovely wife Emily (Suzanne Pleshette); and the oddball characters that lived in their building and visited his office. With its simple, straightforward premise — low-concept, even — the show became the template for subsequent comic-driven sitcoms, good and bad.

For six seasons, The Bob Newhart Show ran as part of CBS’s juggernaut Saturday-night lineup, which »

- Jeff Labrecque

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Atx TV Festival to Award Henry Winkler, Adds Orphan Black and More

28 March 2014 10:01 AM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

The Atx Television Festival has announced its Year 3 lineup, including its first Achievement in Television Excellence Award, which will be presented to Henry Winkler.

Winkler, whose career spans from The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Happy Days to recent roles on Royal Pains and Arrested Development, will receive the award during the festival weekend with a ceremony and a Q&A.  

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- TV Guide News

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'Hot in Cleveland' Season 5 live premiere: Valerie Bertinelli thinks Betty White is a 'freak of nature'

26 March 2014 1:30 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

TV Land's first big success in original sitcoms is aiming to stay hot by starting a season live.

"Hot in Cleveland" begins its fifth round the same way it came back in the middle of its fourth, with stars Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick, Jane Leeves and Betty White performing the episode as viewers see it (in the Eastern half of the country) Wednesday, March 26. Immediately after, Season 3 of the "Cleveland" spinoff "The Soul Man" will debut the same way, with Cedric the Entertainer and his cast also going live.

Linking the halves of the event, White and Cedric will appear in both series, to be shown on tape on the West Coast but with no modifications. "Hot in Cleveland" normally is done in front of a studio audience, as was the comedy that made Bertinelli famous, "One Day at a Time" ... but she confirms the live-telecast aspect doesn't mean less nerves. »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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‘Parks and Recreation’s’ Hidden Political Commentary

19 March 2014 11:54 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

You may think that NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” is just a goofy workplace comedy starring Amy Poehler. But it actually has some subtle subtext to America’s political struggles.

The show is set around the parks and recreation department in the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana. While Poehler’s Leslie Knope is extremely dedicated to her job, not everyone — especially not her boss Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) — shares her enthusiasm. At the Patton Oswalt-hosted PaleyFest panel on March 18 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, show co-creator Michael Schur explained the development of these two characters.

“In very broad strokes, Republicans and Democrats in this country simply don’t talk to each other and they don’t try to fix problems,” said Schur. “The sort of cynicism of government, I think in my opinion, is worse than it’s ever been. And we just wanted to say one guy »

- Whitney Friedlander

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