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The Saddest TV Shows That Make TV Critics Cry – IndieWire Survey

10 October 2017 10:28 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best show currently on TV?” can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: What is the saddest show? Which show makes you cry the most? (Old and current shows are all fair game.)

Daniel Fienberg (@TheFienPrint), The Hollywood Reporter

I just wrote something on this very topic! And I think these are two different questions. Which show makes me cry the most? In the balance across its entire series run? I think the answer has to be “Friday Night Lights.” I’m a sucker for underdog sports stories in general, but “Friday Night Lights” could make me cry in so many different ways, from what happens to Jason Street in the pilot to what Matt Saracen goes through in »

- Hanh Nguyen

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The Saddest TV Shows That Make TV Critics Cry – IndieWire Survey

10 October 2017 10:28 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best show currently on TV?” can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: What is the saddest show? Which show makes you cry the most? (Old and current shows are all fair game.)

Daniel Fienberg (@TheFienPrint), The Hollywood Reporter

I just wrote something on this very topic! And I think these are two different questions. Which show makes me cry the most? In the balance across its entire series run? I think the answer has to be “Friday Night Lights.” I’m a sucker for underdog sports stories in general, but “Friday Night Lights” could make me cry in so many different ways, from what happens to Jason Street in the pilot to what Matt Saracen goes through in »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Connie Britton joins Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s 9-1-1

6 October 2017 3:20 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Fox has announced that actress Connie Britton (American Horror Story, Nashville) has joined the upcoming drama 9-1-1, which reunites her with creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk (American Horror Story, American Crime Story).

Britton is set for a lead role in the series, which follows the lives of police, paramedic and firefighter emergency responders as they balance their high-pressured, heart-stopping experiences with the problems in their personal lives.

9-1-1 is set to premiere on Fox in 2018, and also stars Angela Bassett (American Horror Story) and Peter Krause (Six Feet Under). Murphy and Falchuk have created the show and written the pilot, and will also serve as executive producers with showrunner Tim Minear. »

- Gary Collinson

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Halloween 2017: Wtf: 10 Bonkers Movies to Watch on Shudder

5 October 2017 3:33 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

As horror fans, we are constantly seeking out the new and the different. Because the genre is marked by so much sameness—sequels, franchises, remakes, copies of copies—it can sometimes be a challenge to find those horror films that truly carve out their own space. They don’t even have to be great movies, necessarily; many times, “different” is enough to make us happy.

With that in mind, here are 10 horror movies currently available on the terrific streaming service Shudder that are, if nothing else, different from almost anything else you’ll watch this October. They vary in quality from title to title, but what even the roughest among them lacks in technical polish, it more than makes up for in sheer maniac insanity. After you’ve cycled through all your favorites this October, why not add a little Wtf to your lineup?

1. Beyond the Darkness (1979, dir. Joe D »

- Patrick Bromley

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‘Titanic,’ ‘Master and Commander’ Cinematographers Tapped for Asc Recognition

5 October 2017 9:54 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The American Society of Cinematographers has announced this year’s honorees for special contributions to the art of cinematography. The outstanding achievement prizes will be presented at the 32nd annual Asc Awards on Feb. 17.

Oscar- and Asc Award-winning “Titanic” lenser Russell Carpenter will receive the organization’s lifetime achievement award. Carpenter’s recent work include’s Marvel’s “Ant-Man” and “xXx: Return of Xander Cage.”

Set for the Asc’s international award is Russell Boyd. Boyd won the Oscar for “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World,” for which he was also nominated by the Asc. A longtime collaborator of director Peter Weir, his other credits include “Picnic at Hanging Rock,” “Gallipoli,” and “The Way Back.”

Alan Caso will receive the career achievement in television award. He has been Emmy- and Asc-nominated for his work on TNT’s “Into the West” and “George Wallace,” as well as HBO’s “Six Feet Under.”

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- Kristopher Tapley

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Smt Thursday Trailers: ‘Tonight She Comes,’ ‘Nails’ and More

4 October 2017 10:29 PM, PDT | Age of the Nerd | See recent Age of the Nerd news »

Aotn- Smt Heads, usually a film named “Tonight She Comes” would invoke something….well, something else than horror. But, get your mind out of the gutter… Thursday Trailers is always ready to bring the scary and this latest Asylum one-nighter is no different!

Check the trailer for “Tonight She Comes”  and its national Cinemark theater listings right now:

Cinemark Theaters and The Asylum (the studio behind Sharknado) have joined forces to present fans with Thursday Nights At The Asylum,a weekly series offering exclusive access to the very best in underground and homegrown horror, thriller, sci-fi and cult cinema. Below you will find information for the second film in the series:

And Frankie Ray

Tonight She Comes  Starring Nathan Eswine, Larissa White, Jenna McDonald, Brock Russell, Cameisha Cotton, Adam Hartley, Dal Nicole and Frank Ray Playing Exclusively At Cinemark Theaters On October 5, 2017   After a girl goes missing, two of her »

- Jason Stewart

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Wanda Sykes To Be Honored By Point Foundation

4 October 2017 9:30 AM, PDT | Look to the Stars | See recent Look to the Stars news »

Comedian, actress, and writer Wanda Sykes, a perennial audience favorite for keeping the laughter coming in her stage, TV and film roles, will receive the Point Legend Award at the annual Point Honors Los Angeles gala, October 7th at The Beverly Hilton Hotel.

The award recognizes an individual who has achieved greatness in their professional career and unapologetically supported the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (Lgbtq) community. Point Foundation is the nation’s largest scholarship-granting organization for Lgbtq students of merit.

Sykes can currently be seen on ABC’S “Blackish,” a role that earned her a nomination for a 2017 Primetime Emmy Award. Her work on “The Chris Rock Show” was recognized with an Emmy for Outstanding Writing, and she received three more Emmys for her work on Inside the NFL. Sykes’ 2009 HBO comedy special “I’ma be Me” was also nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Variety, »

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The Mist Cancelled at Spike

27 September 2017 3:45 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Don’t expect to see any more fog in the forecast: Spike TV has cancelled The Mist after one season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The creepy sci-fi drama — based on a Stephen King novella that also inspired a 2007 film — starred Morgan Spector (Boardwalk Empire), Alyssa Sutherland (Vikings) and Emmy nominee Frances Conroy (Six Feet Under, American Horror Story) as residents of a small town in Maine that becomes engulfed by a thick, mysterious fog. (And even worse, the fog hides a host of deadly monsters that attack the townsfolk.)

RelatedCable/Streaming Scorecard: What’s Renewed? What’s Cancelled?

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San Sebastián: Suárez, López, Verdaguer Board ‘7 Reasons’ (Exclusive)

24 September 2017 12:05 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

San Sebastian –Emma Suárez, star of Pedro Almodóvar’s ”Julieta” and Michael Franco’s “April’s Daughter,” Sergi López, who toplined Guillermo del Toro’s “Pans Labyrinth,” and David Verdaguer, who features in Spain’s Oscar entry  “Summer 1993,” are on board black comedy “7 Reasons to Run Away,” a first feature co-directed by Esteve Soler, Gerard Quinto, and David Torras.

Suárez is a member of the 65th San Sebastian Festival’s main jury, presided by John Malkovich.

Barcelona-based, young companies Compacto and No Hay Banda are re-teaming on “7 Reasons” after having co-produced Sergi Pérez’s “The Long Way Home,” which won best Catalan-language feature at Catalonia’s Gaudi Awards.

Its screenplay is penned by playwright and director Esteve Soler, whose last three stage plays (“Against Progress,” “Against Democracy” and “Against Love”) have been staged in more than twenty countries.

“7 Reasons” offers “a very contemporary canvas of society structured through seven different stories tackling the family, private »

- Emilio Mayorga

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Bohnes Takes Over an Abandoned Theme Park in Music Video for New Single 'Six Feet Under' – Watch!

22 September 2017 1:39 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Bohnes has your favorite new track!

The 28-year-old singer, whose real name is Alex Deleon and is best known as the former frontman for the band The Cab, just dropped his first single, "Six Feet Under," and its accompanying music video.  

Directed by Justin Clough, the video was shot at the abandoned Nara Dreamland theme park in Japan, which was built in 1961 to look almost identical to Disneyland. Bohnes and his crew snuck in to film the clip before it was permanently torn down at the end of 2016. 

Exclusive: Hear Danielle Bradbery's Thomas Rhett, Jaren Johnston-Penned Song, 'Hello Summer'

The pop track was produced by Matt Johnson and written with Bryan Sammis, and is the first single from his forthcoming debut album. 

"I have been working on this record for the past two years, backpacking around the world for inspiration and taking bits and pieces from everywhere I went," Bohnes tells Et »

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Jamie Lee Curtis to Star in, Co-Write, and Produce CBS Funeral Home Comedy

20 September 2017 9:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Six Feet Under” fans, take note: A new series about a family-run funeral business is in the works. Deadline reports that Jamie Lee Curtis has signed on to star, co-write, and executive produce “Quality of Life,” a multi-camera comedy that’s currently in development at CBS.

Described as a “multi-generational sitcom” about the family’s funeral home and “the unique perspective that growing up in a funeral home gives you,” the pilot will be co-written by Curtis and Janis Hirsch (“Will & Grace,” “Murphy Brown”).

While “Quality of Life” sounds like a lighter, more network-friendly take on the family biz than “Six Feet Under,” we can still expect some dark humor given its subject matter. It’s also great to see a series led by an actress who’s nearly 60 (Curtis is 58). As a recent study from the Center for the Study of Women in Television & Film reported, “Few characters of either sex age into their 60s and beyond.” In the 2016–17 season, just four percent of male characters and two percent of females were 60 or above on broadcast network series.

Curtis starred in Ryan Murphy’s “Scream Queens” from 2015–16. The comedic horror anthology series ran on Fox for two seasons before being cancelled. She earned an Emmy nod in 1998 for her role in “Nicholas’ Gift,” a TV movie.

Less than a week ago Curtis made headlines with the news that she’ll be returning to the “Halloween” franchise, reprising her iconic role as Laurie Strode. The latest installment of the horror series will bow October 19, 2018.

Jamie Lee Curtis to Star in, Co-Write, and Produce CBS Funeral Home Comedy was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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Directors Guild of America Fines Jill Soloway, Amazon Over ‘I Love Dick’ Credits

14 September 2017 4:06 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The Directors Guild of America has leveled a six-figure fine against Amazon Studios and Jill Soloway over allegations of misconduct from directors on the “I Love Dick” series, sources have told Variety.

Representatives for the DGA, Amazon, and Soloway had no comment. A source told Variety that the directors complained that DGA rules had been violating as they did not receive credit for scenes they shot that subsequently appeared in other episodes. They also alleged that Soloway’s activities on the set had interfered with their jobs.

Soloway has extensive television credits as a producer, director, and writer dating back to “Six Feet Under,” “United States of Tara,” and “Grey’s Anatomy.” Soloway won the best director award at the Sundance Film Festival for the 2013 film “Afternoon Delight,” then won a DGA Award and two Emmys for episodes of “Transparent.”

I Love Dick” was created by Soloway and Sarah Gubbins, and »

- Dave McNary

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‘Game of Thrones’ Will Reportedly Shoot Multiple Endings for the Series Finale

14 September 2017 9:12 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

All hail The Morning Call, a region Pennsylvania newspaper, that got a major Game of Thrones scoop and didn't seem to realize at first just how mega it was. HBO President Casey Bloys, a native of Bethelehem, PA, spoke to students, faculty and the public at Bethlehem’s Moravian College this week, and discussed the challenges of finding the right ending for a series as big as Game of Thrones. These kinds of finales run the gamut, as Bloys pointed out, from Six Feet Under (considered one of the all-time best) to controversial closures (or lack thereof) from … »

- Allison Keene

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Netflix Takes Thriller ‘Harlan Coben’s The Five’ to the U.S. (Exclusive)

13 September 2017 8:13 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Netflix subscribers in the U.S. and Canada will be able to tune in to mystery thriller “Harlan Coben’s The Five” after the streaming service scooped the North American rights to the series.

The series was produced and is set in the U.K., where it went out on pay-tv service Sky. It marked bestselling author Coben’s move into TV, and follows a group of friends as they discover that the brother of one them, who vanished years earlier, may still be alive after his DNA turns up at a murder scene.

The series has sold well internationally. It will debut in the U.S. on Friday.

Netflix, along with Canal+’s C8 in France, already has dibs on Coben’s next project, “Safe,” another thriller from “The Five” team, and starring Michael C. Hall (“Dexter”) in the lead role. As on “The Five,” Nicola Shindler’s Red is producing, the »

- Stewart Clarke

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'La La Land' Director's Musical Series 'The Eddy' Lands at Netflix

1 September 2017 7:25 PM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

La La Land director Damien Chazelle will team with Netflix for his new Paris-filmed musical series titled The Eddy.

Chazelle will direct two episodes of the series' eight-episode first season, which centers on a nightclub, its owner and a house band in the French city, Variety reports. The series will have dialogue in French, English and Arabic.

The Eddy is currently Chazelle's first gig since winning the Best Director Oscar for La La Land. The project was initially announced in April, with Netflix picking up the exclusive rights.

Glen Ballard, »

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Damien Chazelle & Netflix Have ‘The Eddy’ Musical Drama Series On Dance Card

1 September 2017 6:02 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Oscar-winning La La Land director Damien Chazelle, Netflix and Img are teaming on musical drama The Eddy. To be shot in France, the eight-part series is written by Jack Thorne. Chazelle will executive produce and direct two of the episodes. Alan Poul (Six Feet Under) will also executive produce. The Netflix original will feature dialogue in French, English and Arabic. Set in contemporary Paris, it revolves around a club, its owner, the house band, and the chaotic city… »

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Netflix Teams With Damien Chazelle on Paris-Set Musical Series ‘The Eddy’

1 September 2017 6:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Venice, Italy — Netflix is joining forces with Damien Chazelle, the Oscar-winning director of “La La Land,” for “The Eddy,” a Paris-set musical drama series which will mark Chazelle’s first venture into TV.

Chazelle will direct two episodes of the series, on top of exec-producing. The eight-episode show comes from IMG and will premiere exclusively on Netflix for subscribers around the world.

Jack Thorne, the five-time BAFTA Award-winning of “National Treasure” and “This is England,” is writing “The Eddy.” Glen Ballard, the six-time Grammy Award-winning music composer and producer of Alanis Morissette’s “Jagged Little Pill” and Michael Jackson’s “Bad,” is writing the original score for the series. Emmy-winning producer Alan Poul (“Six Feet Under,” “The Newsroom”) is executive producing. »

- Elsa Keslassy

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La La Land Director Damien Chazelle's Musical Series Ordered at Netflix

1 September 2017 5:59 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Netflix’s latest straight-to-series order is for the fools who dream: The streaming service has picked up The Eddy, a musical drama from La La Land director Damien Chazelle.

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The eight-episode series, set in modern-day Paris, revolves around “a club, its owner, the house band, and the chaotic city that surrounds them,” per the official logline. Characters will speak French, English and Arabic.

Chazelle is on board to direct the first two episodes. He will also serve as an Ep alongside Six Feet Under vet Alan Poul. BAFTA »

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Frances Conroy

28 August 2017 1:30 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Frances Conroy is an American actress who was born in Monroe, Georgia, on November 13, 1953. She is a prolific actress whose work includes theater production, television series, and movies. She is particularly well-known for playing the role of Ruth Fisher in ‘Six Feet Under’, an HBO series. Another series for which she is well-known is ‘American Horror Story’. This is an anthology horror series on FX. She intends to return to the series for its seventh season. Although she is recognizable on screen due to the number of famous productions she has been involved with, there are many things

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Frances Conroy »

- Nat Berman

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Emmy-Nominated Music Supervisor Thomas Golubic Brings The Soul To ‘Better Call Saul’ – Crew Call Podcast

28 August 2017 1:12 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

For the first time in Emmy history, musical supervisors are receiving recognition from the TV Academy. It was only two years ago that these soundtrack architects were allowed to join the organization. One of those leading the charge is Thomas Golubic whose music supervision credits have appeared on such shows as Six Feet Under, Ray Donovan, The Walking Dead, Halt and Catch Fire, Grace and Frankie and Better Call Saul, the latter which he is currently nominated for in the… »

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