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Emmy Voters Reward Veterans Over Risk-Takers

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

The challenging goal of the Emmy Awards is to reflect who we are in this moment, to single out those shows that represent the best of what’s being created across all platforms. This year’s list of Emmy nominees succeeded in some ways — highlighting risk-taking freshmen shows such as FX’s “Atlanta” and “The Handmaid’s Tale” and exceptional performances from Sterling K. Brown, Nicole Kidman, Riz Ahmed and many others.

But frustratingly, the voters also showed a stubborn reluctance to let go of the past, with nods for legacy shows long past their prime. The result is an uneven lineup, scattered with bright spots but plagued by too many noteworthy omissions.

To be fair, their job isn’t easy — sifting through the nearly 500 scripted shows produced in the past year that fed into 117 categories and a record-breaking 9,000 submissions. No one reasonably has time to watch them all. (Those of us who cover TV barely do »

- Maureen Ryan

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Emmys 2017 Trivia: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Moves One Step Closer to History & 18 More Wild Things About This Year’s Noms

13 July 2017 3:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

This could be the year that Julia Louis-Dreyfus makes Emmy history.

Nominated once again for playing Selina Meyer on HBO’s “Veep,” Louis-Dreyfus is the favorite to win her sixth consecutive Emmy as outstanding comedy actress. In doing so, she would beat the record for most Emmys won by a performer in the same role for the same series.

Right now, Louis-Dreyfus is in a three-way tie with Candice Bergen (“Murphy Brown”) and Don Knotts (“Andy Griffith Show”). All three thesps won five Emmys for their roles on those shows. Now, Louis-Dreyfus is poised to leap ahead.

What’s more, she’s also in line this year to tie Cloris Leachman for the most Emmys ever won by a female performer. Leachman has eight; Louis-Dreyfus has seven – tied with Mary Tyler Moore and Allison Janney. (Janney, of course, is competing with Louis-Dreyfus in the comedy »

- Michael Schneider

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Norman Lear Teams Up With Peter Tolan to Revive His Senior Citizen Comedy ‘Guess Who Died’

13 July 2017 8:10 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Norman Lear is moving one step closer to making his long-gestating comedy “Guess Who Died” a reality.

Emmy-winning writer Peter Tolan (“The Larry Sanders Show,” “Rescue Me”) has joined the project as co-writer with Lear on the show, which is set in a retirement village. Lear has been working on the show for at least seven years, and frequently brings the project up in interviews. But until recently, he expressed dismay that it might never get made.

But now the legendary TV producer, at age 94, is on another hot streak. Following the recent successful remake of Lear’s 1970s sitcom “One Day at a Time,” now reimagined at Netflix with stars Justina Machado and Rita Moreno, Sony Pictures TV is developing “Guess Who Died” as a spec comedy script.

That means it’s still in very early stages of development, but the addition of Tolan gives it more momentum. Tolan »

- Michael Schneider

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Norman Lear Teams Up With Peter Tolan to Revive His Senior Citizen Comedy ‘Guess Who Died’

13 July 2017 8:10 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Norman Lear is moving one step closer to making his long-gestating comedy “Guess Who Died” a reality.

Emmy-winning writer Peter Tolan (“The Larry Sanders Show,” “Rescue Me”) has joined the project as co-writer with Lear on the show, which is set in a retirement village. Lear has been working on the show for at least seven years, and frequently brings the project up in interviews. But until recently, he expressed dismay that it might never get made.

But now the legendary TV producer, at age 94, is on another hot streak. Following the recent successful remake of Lear’s 1970s sitcom “One Day at a Time,” now reimagined at Netflix with stars Justina Machado and Rita Moreno, Sony Pictures TV is developing “Guess Who Died” as a spec comedy script.

That means it’s still in very early stages of development, but the addition of Tolan gives it more momentum. Tolan »

- Michael Schneider

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Emmys Anger: Why the TV Academy Should Consider These New Categories To Recognize More Shows

11 July 2017 12:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Handicapping Emmy nominations isn’t easy, but here’s something you can always count on: There will be disappointment.

With so many worthy contenders, snubs and surprises are almost guaranteed once the TV Academy reveals this year’s nominees on Thursday.

The Emmy Awards continue to have a Peak TV Problem. We’re living in an age of 500 scripted series – but there’s only room to nominate 21 “outstanding” series (drama, comedy and limited-run) at most. That’s just 4.2 percent of all contenders – and even if you believe most of TV is garbage, you gotta admit that more than 4.2 percent of it is worthy of best series consideration.

With so few slots, there are few “sure things” – other than Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ nomination and probable repeat win for “Veep.”

But beyond Jld, a lot of deserving shows and stars simply get lost in the sheer tonnage of contenders. There’s no obvious way to fix that, »

- Michael Schneider

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Mom Diagnosed with Cancer the Same Day Husband Dies Speaks Out: 'My Biggest Fear Is Not Being There for My Kids'

27 June 2017 9:31 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

In the midst of raw grief, Tessie Sylvester was on the phone with a funeral director just hours after her husband John died from Als, when her doctor called to give her devastating results from a recent biopsy.

“I clicked over and that’s when the doctor said that it was cancer and that we needed to get going with treatment,” the 36-year-old dentist and mom of two tells People. “I sat there with for a second just crying. Then my parents came over and I think I just went into shock. I cried and screamed for a little bit. »

- Caitlin Keating

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Netflix originals list: Top 39 binge-worthy TV shows includes ‘Glow,’ ‘Marvel’s Iron Fist’ and ‘One Day at a Time’

27 June 2017 7:30 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Looking for something to binge on Netflix? You’ve come to the right place! In our photo gallery above, we’ve narrowed down the streaming service’s seemingly never-ending crop of original TV shows to the Top 39. Among the new entries are standout 2017 series “Glow,” “Marvel’s Iron Fist” and “One Day at a Time.” Is your […] »

- Marcus James Dixon

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‘One Day At A Time’ Casts Ed Quinn; ‘Heathers’ Adds Birgundi Baker & Cameron Gellman

23 June 2017 8:53 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Ed Quinn (2 Broke Girls) is set for a recurring role on Season 2 of One Day At A Time, Netflix's reimagining of Norman Lear's classic. The new version is about a Cuban-American family and centers on a recently separated, former military mom (Justina Machado) who is navigating a new single life while raising her radical teenage daughter and socially adept tween son. She's "helped" by her old school Cuban-born mom (Rita Moreno) and a friends-without-benefits building… »

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The Best TV Shows of 2017 (So Far)

22 June 2017 1:08 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

One of the most notable things about this list is its omissions. So many good shows debuted, returned or continued good seasons this year that it’s difficult to keep up. I’ve surely left off one or two or three of your favorites off this list (and I will continue to spend every spare hour trying to finish — or start — seasons of shows I haven’t seen).

Even so, coming up with 20 entries for this list wasn’t difficult — I actually had to prune back my first attempt at a roster (and once again, my end-of-year lists will likely »

- Maureen Ryan

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“One Day at a Time” Co-Showrunner Gloria Calderon Kellett Signs Deal with Sony TV

20 June 2017 12:01 PM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Gloria Calderon Kellett: Kellett’s Twitter account

If “this is it” for “One Day at a Time” co-showrunner Gloria Calderon Kellett, then she must be having a ball. The co-creator and Ep of the updated Norman Lear series has inked an overall deal with Sony Pictures TV, Deadline writes. The two-year agreement will see Kellett continue as exec producer and co-showrunner of the Justina Machado and Rita Moreno-toplined Netflix comedy. Kellett will also have the opportunity to develop and direct other projects for Sony via her production company, Big Girl Pants Pictures.

One Day at a Time” — a modern reboot of Lear’s ’70s sitcom of the same name — centers on the Alvarezes, a Cuban-American family. Machado plays divorced veteran and single mom Penelope and Moreno portrays Penelope’s mother, Lydia. Isabella Gomez (“Matador”) and newcomer Marcel Ruiz star as Penelope’s kids, and Todd Grinnell (“Grace and Frankie”) plays the family’s friend and building manager, Schneider. Lear serves as an Ep on the show alongside Kellett and co-creator/co-showrunner Mike Royce (“Everybody Loves Raymond”).

“Kellett pulled from her own life experience in shaping the show,” Deadline details. “Her parents immigrated to America from Cuba during Operation Peter Pan.”

The series’ first season, which debuted in January, has tackled subjects like Ptsd, white privilege, and sexism. It will return for Season 2 in 2018.

Kellett cut her teeth writing on “How I Met Your Mother” from 2005 to 2007. She won an Alma award for penning the episode “How I Met Everyone Else.” “Rules of Engagement,” “Devious Maids,” and “iZombie” are among her other credits.

One Day at a Time” Co-Showrunner Gloria Calderon Kellett Signs Deal with Sony TV was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Rachel Montpelier

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Teen Choice Awards: Pretty Little Liars, The Flash Lead 2017 Nominations

19 June 2017 5:28 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Fox on Monday released the first “wave” of nominees for the 2017 Teen Choice Awards, a bittersweet collection full of dearly departed (and soon-to-be-departing) shows.

RelatedPretty Little Liars: New Photos Offer a (Possible) Clue to Charlotte’s Killer

The Vampire Diaries, which wrapped its eight-season run earlier this year, is well-represented, as is Pretty Little Liars, which bids farewell later this month. (Pll actually snagged the top spot with seven total nominations.)

In terms of current hits nabbing nominations, The CW’s superhero shows also got plenty of love, along with Riverdale and Freeform’s Shadowhunters. And let’s »

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‘One Day At A Time’ Co-Showrunner Gloria Calderon Kellett Inks Sony TV Overall Deal

19 June 2017 11:00 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Gloria Calderon Kellett, co-creator, executive producer and co-showrunner of Netflix’s One Day at a Time, has signed an overall deal with Sony Pictures TV, the studio behind the reboot of the Norman Lear classic. Under the two-year pact, Kellett will continue as Ep and co-showrunner on One Day at a Time, which she co-developed and runs alongside Mike Royce. She also will develop, write, produce and direct projects for network, cable and streaming platforms through her Big… »

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Father's Day: TV's 10 Best Substitute Dads From Grey's, The Flash and More

18 June 2017 7:59 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Before you go gifting that “World’s Best TV Dad” mug to, say, This Is UsJack Pearson or The Middle‘s Mike Heck this Father’s Day, how about a hand for the small screen’s greatest paternal pinch-hitters?

RelatedThis Is Us: This Is TVLine Deciding to Not Obsess About Jack’s Death

In years past, TVLine has ranked TV’s best and worst dads, and to do so again seemed almost as lazy as buying pops another tie clip. Instead, what follows is a list of substitute dads (or father figures, in some cases) who have »

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Seth Rogen Gets ‘Inception’-ed, Carrie Coon Loves the Public Theater — The Week in Showrunner Tweets

18 June 2017 5:00 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: Who ‘Mr. Robot’ Is Really Attacking, And R.I.P. ‘The Get Down

This week: Bryan Fuller watches “Twin Peaks,” and showrunners love “The Handmaid’s Tale.”

We Would Watch The Crap Out of This

Think big, Hollywood, and listen to Shonda Rhimes’ casting suggestion here.

Obvious: only actor who could play Comey and do him justice?

"Lordy, I hope there are tapes," says Denzel Washington. Bam. Academy Award.

— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) June 10, 2017

Bryan Fuller Is Catching Up on TV

One of these lists wouldn »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Seth Rogen Gets ‘Inception’-ed, Carrie Coon Loves the Public Theater — The Week in Showrunner Tweets

18 June 2017 5:00 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: Who ‘Mr. Robot’ Is Really Attacking, And R.I.P. ‘The Get Down

This week: Bryan Fuller watches “Twin Peaks,” and showrunners love “The Handmaid’s Tale.”

We Would Watch The Crap Out of This

Think big, Hollywood, and listen to Shonda Rhimes’ casting suggestion here.

Obvious: only actor who could play Comey and do him justice?

"Lordy, I hope there are tapes," says Denzel Washington. Bam. Academy Award.

— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) June 10, 2017

Bryan Fuller Is Catching Up on TV

One of these lists wouldn »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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When Eddie Van Halen Met Valerie Bertinelli: Book Explores Their Early Days—and Explains the Band’s Famous M&Ms Legend

16 June 2017 12:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Fans were surprised when Eddie Van Halen, the hard-partying guitar virtuoso of the rock titans Van Halen, began dating the demure Valerie Bertinelli, who had become America’s sweetheart with her starring role on the TV sitcom One Day at a Time. But perhaps none were more taken aback than Noel Monk, the band’s manager and friend. In his wild new memoir, Runnin’ with the Devil, Monk recalls how the famous couple first met—and some of the problems that arose on the way to the altar.

According to Monk, Bertinelli, then just a teenager, first developed a crush »

- Jordan Runtagh

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‘Girls,’ ‘You’re the Worst’ Probe Relationship Drama in the Modern Age

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

It’s no secret that dating and relationships come with tons of drama. So it’s ironic that TV’s comedies are the ones that often have the most realistic examples of modern courtship.

“Obviously our characters are extreme. I always say we’re presenting a heightened version of reality, but I think we try to represent the messiness, and I think people can relate to it because there’s bad in everything that’s good,” says Stephen Falk, the creator of Fxx’s “You’re the Worst,” a “romantic comedy” that has seen couples struggle with open relationships, faltering careers, Ptsd, depression and, by the end of its third season, commitment. “I think people relate to the flawed nature of everyone … there’s also probably a bit of, ‘Well,

sh–t, these characters are absolute messes, so at least I am healthy, comparatively.’”

Those extra hits of authenticity can also be seen in creator-star Donald Glover’s »

- Whitney Friedlander

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‘I Love Dick,’ ‘Insecure’ Scribes Talk Inspiration at Variety’s Night in the Writers’ Room

13 June 2017 10:52 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Comedy showrunners Sarah Gubbins, Jonathan Krisel, Joshua Michael Stern, Prentice Penny, Mike Royce, and Justin Spitzer sat down together for Variety’s Night in the Writers Room event Tuesday night at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.

For Gubbins, writer for Amazon’s “I Love Dick,” it started with a character. That character specifically, is Chris Kraus, from the novel of the same name.

“The idea that what she was doing was just so bombastically, kind of letting her sexuality and her desire run out, I thought that would be something that we might want to see,” she said. “It really was an emotional both admiration and repulsion that brought me to want to think about how to possibly maybe some day make this into a television show.”

FX’s “Baskets,” which follows follows an unsuccessful aspiring professional clown working at a local rodeo in Bakersfield, California, formed around showcasing the show’s star Zach Galifianakis.

“It »

- Rebecca Rubin

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Valerie Bertinelli Defends 'Perfect' Selena Gomez Against 'Insane' Body Shamers

9 June 2017 2:06 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Valerie Bertinelli doesn’t mince words when it comes to people who criticize Selena Gomez’s figure.

“How insane are you to call that young woman — who is perfect — fat?” Bertinelli, 57, said while stopping by People Now. “That’s crazy.”

The Hot in Cleveland actress, who’s currently hosting Food Network’s Valerie’s Home Cooking, is referring to the body-shaming Gomez endured in response to pink bikini photos taken during the singer’s Mexico vacation in 2015.

Gomez, now 24, clapped back on Instagram (on which she is the most-followed user) with a photo captioned, “I love being happy with me yall #theresmoretolove. »

- Benjamin VanHoose

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'One Day at a Time' Star Rita Moreno on Avoiding Caricature With Her "Inappropriate" Character

9 June 2017 10:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

One Day at a Time. In Norman Lear's Netflix reboot of his 1970s sitcom, about a single mom raising her two kids, the family this time is Cuban-American and the mom — Penelope, an army vet dealing with Ptsd, played by Justina Machado — also has to contend with her meddling live-in mother. Moreno's Lydia is never without her makeup, speaks with a strong Cuban accent (Moreno herself is Puerto Rican) and never keeps an opinion to herself. The octogenarian and Egot is »

- Anna Lisa Raya

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