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Divorce's Thomas Haden Church on Sjp, Mustaches and Trump — Plus, Watch a Christmas-Themed Sneak Peek

11 November 2016 11:07 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

It’s Christmastime in the snowy suburbs of HBO’s Divorce — but there’s not a lot of joy in this world.

In this Sunday’s episode (10/9c), divorcing couple Frances (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Robert (Thomas Haden Church) play nice for the holidays and pretend they’re happily married for the benefit of Frances’ parents. But Robert refuses to plaster on a yuletide smile; he gets plastered instead. In the exclusive sneak peek below, he helps himself to a festive glass of Scotch and snipes at Frances, “You’re forcing me to live this lie”… just as Frances’ mom swoops in with homemade hummus. »

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‘Divorce’: Thomas Haden Church Defends Watching a Show That’s Hard To Watch

5 November 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Thomas Haden Church isn’t getting a divorce. Neither is Sarah Jessica Parker. Nor Sharon Horgan.

The stars and creator behind HBO’s “Divorce” don’t have pressing personal reasons to make a show about one of the most prominent painful life experiences. They don’t need an outlet for their own struggles. They’re not reliving anything onscreen.

So why do it? To answer that is to also answer why we should be watching HBO’s latest comedy, a prospect some have deemed too difficult for their weekly viewing schedule.

“With ‘Divorce,’ what’s relevant about it is how prescient it’s going to be to so many people,” Church told IndieWire before the series premiere. “I don’t like the word familiar, but how sort of applicable it is. We’re going to show people that [this couple are] strangers, but they’re recognizable strangers. Their life experience could very easily »

- Ben Travers

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‘Divorce’: Thomas Haden Church Defends Watching a Show That’s Hard To Watch

5 November 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Thomas Haden Church isn’t getting a divorce. Neither is Sarah Jessica Parker. Nor Sharon Horgan.

The stars and creator behind HBO’s “Divorce” don’t have pressing personal reasons to make a show about one of the most prominent painful life experiences. They don’t need an outlet for their own struggles. They’re not reliving anything onscreen.

So why do it? To answer that is to also answer why we should be watching HBO’s latest comedy, a prospect some have deemed too difficult for their weekly viewing schedule.

“With ‘Divorce,’ what’s relevant is how prescient it’s going to be to so many people,” Church told IndieWire before the series premiere. “I don’t like the word familiar, but how sort of applicable it is. We’re going to show people that [this couple are] strangers, but they’re recognizable strangers. Their life experience could very easily be the »

- Ben Travers

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