The Writers' Room (2013– )
Bravo on a stunning season 2 finale. Those were two of the most intense, well-made episodes, not only of Fear the Walking Dead, but in The Walking Dead universe as a whole. In this second half of the season, the writers and Kim Dickens have peeled back more layers of Madison,
Say goodbye to '90s films "American Pie" (1999), "Hackers" (1995), Mel Gibson's "Hamlet" (1990), "Indecent Proposal" (1993) and "Jumanji" (1995) in March. Also disappearing: Will Smith movies "Hitch" (2005) and "Men in Black II" (2002), as well as oodles of TEDTalks that are all expiring next month.
Here's the complete list of what's leaving Netflix streaming in March.
Leaving March 1, 2016
"Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman" (2000)
"American Pie" (1999)
"American Wedding" (2003)
"Atlantis: The Lost Empire" (2001)
"The Babysitters" (2007)
"The Chosen One" (2010)
"Down and Out in Beverly Hills" (1986)
"Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights" (1992)
"Gone in 60 Seconds" (2000)
"Hannie Caulder" (1971)
"Hart's War" (2002)
"Indecent Proposal" (1993)
"Johnny Dangerously" (1984)
"Masters of the Universe" (1987)
"Men in Black II" (2002)
"The Monster Squad" (1987)
"Not Another Teen Movie" (2001)
"The United States of Leland" (2003)
Leaving March 2, 2016
"Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams" (2013)
Leaving March 3, 2016
"Night Catches Us" (2010)
Leaving March 4, 2016
Further recruits have been added to the writer's room for the planned Transformers movie universe. The story so far on this is that Akiva Goldsman is heading up a collection of scribes, that already features The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, Christina Hodson & Lindsey Beer, Andrew Barrer & Gabriel Ferrari (who worked on Ant-Man), Art Marcum & Matt Holloway (Pacific Rim), Zak Penn (Pacific Rim 2) and Jeff Pinker (Lost). So, including Goldsman, that's seven writing teams, and 10 individual writers.
But there's more. At the end of last week, Black Hawk Down's Ken Nolan signed up, as did Geneva Robertson-Dworet, who's been writing a space thriller for Roland Emmerich. And now we learn that Daredevil season one showrunner Steven DeKnight is on board as well. So, we make that 10 writing teams,
In the Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series category Uzo Aduba took home the prize for "Orange is the New Black." Since we are, very shamefully, one of a handful of Americans who hasn't seen a single second of "Orange in the New Black," this doesn't mean a whole lot to us, but we are very happy for her! (We promise, we'll watch soon.) For the Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, the
HBO scooped the highest number of awards, with Game of Thrones and True Detective among the winners.
Digital Spy presents a full list of all the winners and nominees below:
Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series
Uzo Aduba, Orange Is the New Black - Winner
Natasha Lyonne, Orange Is the New Black
Laverne Cox, Orange Is the New Black
Tina Fey, Saturday Night Live
Melissa McCarthy, Saturday Night Live
Joan Cusack, Shameless
Outstanding Host For A Reality Or Reality-Competition Programme
Jane Lynch, Hollywood Game Night - Winner
Betty White, Betty White's Off Their Rockers
Tom Bergeron, Dancing With The Stars
Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, Project Runway
Cat Deeley, So You Think You Can Dance
Anthony Bourdain, The Taste
Outstanding Unstructured Reality Programme
Deadliest Catch - Winner
Alaska: The Last Frontier
Per usual, we have the horror highlights along with info on a few other panels that should be of general interest (plus a couple of things for the kids). Be sure to visit the official 2014 San Diego Comic-Con website for the full lineup.
Day 3: Saturday, July 26, 2014
10 Am - The Simpsons
Celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Simpsons-no gifts please-with creator Matt Groening, executive producer Al Jean, supervising director Mike Anderson, and director for life David Silverman. Topics include the new Treehouse of Horror, Simpsorama, a visit from Homer Simpson and much, much more.
Saturday July 26, 2014 10:00am - 10:45am - Ballroom 20
10 Am - Idw: Summer Blockbusters!
San Diego Comic-Con has released the full schedule of events for Saturday, July 26, following the Thursday and Friday schedules that were released the past two days. You can clickHere to view the lineup in its entirety, which includes numerous comic book panels and events, but we have pulled out all of the movie, DVD and TV-related panels for your convenience.
Saturday, July 26
Celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Simpsons-no gifts please-with creator Matt Groening, executive producer Al Jean, supervising director MikeAnderson, and director for life David Silverman.
Season two will feature Sons of Anarchy, House of Cards, Pretty Little Liars, The Good Wife, and Scandal, as well as a special episode about comic book and graphic novel adaptations on TV like The Walking Dead and Smallville.
Here's the press release:
Sundance Channel Renews Original Series “The Writers’ Room”
Pasadena, CA – TCA - January 11, 2014 – Sundance Channel announced today the renewal of its original non-fiction series “The Writers’ Room.” The six episode half-hour series hosted by Academy Award® winning screenwriter Jim Rash takes viewers inside the writers’ rooms of the hit television shows that are defining pop culture today. The announcement was
"Rectify," the story of an exonerated death row inmate (Aden Young) trying to readjust to life outside, will return in the summer. It will run for 10 episodes, up from six in its first season.
Season 2 of "The Writers' Room," in which Jim Rash discusses the ins and outs of putting a TV show together with the people who make them, is set to premiere in the spring. Season 2 episodes will feature writers from "Scandal," "Sons of Anarchy," "House of Cards," "Pretty Little Liars" and "The Good Wife," and a special episode about comic-book adaptations will look at "Smallville" and "The Walking Dead," among others.
"The Returned," the French show about the undead returning to their homes, will premiere late in the year. The second season is currently in development.
Co-creator Ryan Murphy revealed on "The Writers' Room" that he plans to keep making "American Horror Story," the FX anthology series starring Jessica Lange, as long as the network will let him.
"I don't see an end to it," Murphy says in the exclusive video above from "The Writers' Room." "I love it. I love the whole process of it. I feel like it has a great renewal to it. I love the dream time of it, you know when you're ready to sort of come up with a new one ... I really feel like, for me, it's something that I would love to keep doing as long as they let me."
The dream time almost resulted in a story about Charles Manson. “I want to do an entire season about the [Charles] Manson case,” Murphy told Deadline. "But then we decided