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Beau Willimon Discovers Other Showrunners Are Jealous of "House of Cards" at Columbia University Panel

8 May 2014 12:37 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

I always figured that other television showrunners were envious of the few and proud who have created original series for Netflix. But at a Columbia University panel this week, "Royal Pains" creator Michael Rauch admitted to "House of Cards" showrunner Beau Willimon's face that he was "jealous."  The executive producer of USA's Hamptons-set dramedy, on stage to discuss "Is It Television? The Rise of Episodic Storytelling," spoke with his fellow Columbia alumni about the frustrations of trying to create television within the structure of the mainstream studio system.  "You have an opportunity to do details, and you have moments that we don't have the opportunity to do in a way that makes me very jealous of you," Rauch said to Willimon during the discussion, holding up Willimon's relative freedom working with Netflix in comparison to his experience creating the short-lived romantic comedy series "Love Monkey" for CBS. "It's all about the. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Beau Willimon Discovers Other Showrunners Are Jealous of "House of Cards" at Columbia University Panel

8 May 2014 12:37 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

I always figured that other television showrunners were envious of the few and proud who have created original series for Netflix. But at a Columbia University panel this week, "Royal Pains" creator Michael Rauch admitted to "House of Cards" showrunner Beau Willimon's face that he was "jealous."  The executive producer of USA's Hamptons-set dramedy, on stage to discuss "Is It Television? The Rise of Episodic Storytelling," spoke with his fellow Columbia alumni about the frustrations of trying to create television within the structure of the mainstream studio system.  "You have an opportunity to do details, and you have moments that we don't have the opportunity to do in a way that makes me very jealous of you," Rauch said to Willimon during the discussion, holding up Willimon's relative freedom working with Netflix in comparison to his experience creating the short-lived romantic comedy series "Love Monkey" for CBS. "It's all about the. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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CW's 'The Flash' adds 'Ed' star in major role

10 February 2014 5:45 PM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

CW’s Arrow spin-off pilot has added actor Tom Cavanagh to the cast.

Cavanagh will play “Harrison Wells” on The Flash. He’s described as “a rock star in the world of physics, the mind and money behind Central City’s S.T.A.R. Labs Particle Accelerator. He becomes a pariah after the lab’s explosion, but he charts his path to redemption when he discovers that his failed experiment had the unintended consequence of creating the world’s fastest man (Grant Gustin).”

Best known as the star of the 2000-04 NBC series Ed, Cavanagh has also had arcs »

- James Hibberd

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