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Josh Radnor and Aya Cash on Their Romantic Comedy ‘Social Animals’

From writer/director Theresa Bennett, the romantic dramedy Social Animals is an honest look at how life doesn’t always turn out the way we want, expect, or hope it will. When Zoe (Noël Wells), who’s facing eviction and dealing with a failing business while being resigned to a life of one-night stands, meets Paul (Josh Radnor), who’s in a marriage that lacks any sort of honest communication, together they realize that while their whole world is unraveling, it might actually lead to a new beginning. At the film’s …
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Shailene Woodley costars as one half of a couple who face disaster on a sailing adventure. (male director and screenwriters)

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Social Animals

Theresa Bennett writes and directs this comedy about a young stoner (Noël Wells) who starts a relationship with a married man. Costarring Carly Chaikin and Aya Cash.

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The Texture of Falling

Maria Allred writes, directs, and costars in this dramatic thriller about romantic couples experiencing parallel relationships. Also costarring Julie Webb.

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Veere Di Wedding

Kareena Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar, and Shikha Talsania star in this Hindi comedy about four friends looking for love. Cowritten by Nidhi Mehra. (male director)

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A Kid Like Jake

Claire Danes costars as a mother trying to protect her young gender-fluid son and navigating the strife this causes with her husband. (male writer and director)

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You're the Worst: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Five on Fxx?

Vulture Watch Will Jimmy and Gretchen get it together? Has the You're the Worst TV show been cancelled or renewed for a fifth season on Fxx? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of You're the Worst season five. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? Airing on the Fxx cable channel, You're the Worst stars Chris Geere, Aya Cash, Desmin Borges, and Kether Donohue. The story centers on Jimmy Shive-Overly (Geere) and Gretchen Cutler (Cash), who met at another couple’s wedding. The series explores modern love and happiness through their eyes, as neither of them have had much success in either arena. Read More…
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Emmys 2018 exclusive: FX categories for ‘Atlanta,’ ‘Versace,’ ‘The Americans’ and more

In a Gold Derby exclusive, we have learned the category placements of the key Emmy Awards contenders for FX. For this season, the cable network has returning Emmy contenders “Atlanta” (Donald Glover), “The Americans” and “Baskets” (Zach Galifianakis), newcomer “Trust” (Donald Sutherland) and limited series “The Assassination of Gianni Versace” (Darren Criss) as part of their 2018 campaign.

Below, the list of FX lead, supporting and guest submissions for their comedy, drama and limited series. More names might be added by the network on the final Emmy ballot. Also note that performers not included on this list may well be submitted by their personal reps.

SEEWill ‘The Americans’ make an Emmy comeback for Best Drama Series like ‘Homeland’ did?

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Movie/Limited Series Actress – Sarah Paulson

Movie/Limited Series Actor – Evan Peters

Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actress – Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Alison Pill, Adina Porter

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Easy: Season Two Viewer Votes

Is the second season of the Easy TV show on Netflix easier or harder to love? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether TV shows are cancelled or renewed. Netflix and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the Easy season two episodes. We invite you to rate them for us, below. A Netflix comedy anthology, season two of Easy stars Kate Micucci, Jane Adams, Zazie Beetz, Michael Chernus, Kiersey Clemons, Evan Jonigkeit, Elizabeth Reaser, Jacqueline Toboni, Dave Franco, Aya Cash, Marc Maron, Aubrey Plaza, Kate Berlant, Joe Lo Truglio, Michaela Watkins, Judy Greer, and Danielle Macdonald. Easy follows diverse Chicagoans on their quest for sex and love. The modern, urban, scripted series also explores
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Easy: Is the Netflix TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

Vulture Watch Are we going to do this the hard way or the easy way? Is the Easy TV show cancelled or renewed for a third season on Netflix? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Easy, season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   What's This TV Show About? A Netflix comedy anthology, Easy season two stars Kate Micucci, Jane Adams, Zazie Beetz, Michael Chernus, Kiersey Clemons, Evan Jonigkeit, Elizabeth Reaser, Jacqueline Toboni, Dave Franco, Aya Cash, Marc Maron, Aubrey Plaza, Kate Berlant, Joe Lo Truglio, Michaela Watkins, Judy Greer, and Danielle Macdonald. Easy follows diverse Chicagoans on their quest for sex and love. The modern, urban, scripted series also explores what impact
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Review ‘Mary Goes Round’ Directed by Molly McGlynn

Review ‘Mary Goes Round’ Directed by Molly McGlynn
Review by Peter BelsitoIn writer-director Molly McGlynn’s feature debut, substance abuser and substance abuse counsellor Mary (Aya Cash) is suspended from her job after a DUI arrest, so she returns to her hometown of Niagara Falls. There she finds her long-estranged father (John Ralston) dying of cancer — and he is hopeful that Mary will finally get to know her half-sister (Sara Waisglass). Mary discovers that the personal problems she’s been studiously ignoring only grow more inescapable in the presence of the estranged family members who more or less caused them.

Mary (Aya Cash) is a 29-year-old Toronto resident with a serious partying habit. When after a latest inebriate and sex night we see her among an addicts’ support group, we assume she’s ready to mend her ways.

Then we realize she’s the meeting’s (not very good) facilitator. Working as a professional substance-abuse counselor gives Mary
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Noël Wells & Josh Radnor in First Trailer for Indie Film 'Social Animals'

"I know this isn't where you imagined yourself at this age." Vertical Ent. has unveiled an official trailer for an indie romantic comedy titled Social Animals, from writer/director Theresa Bennett. Not to be confused with the documentary also titled Social Animals, which just premiered at SXSW, this is a quirky rom-com about a young woman who is trying to get her life in order. Noël Wells stars as a "childless, single, broke, stoner" who attempts to salvage her failing business and love life while falling for a married man. Josh Radnor also stars, with Aya Cash, Carly Chaikin, Fortune Fiemster, and Samira Wiley. This "honest, uncompromising comedy of modern relationships" looks like pretty much every other movie about modern relationships, but as usual, it still seems enjoyable. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Theresa Bennett's Social Animals, direct from YouTube: Zoe Crandle's life didn’t exactly turn out the way she planned.
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Movie Review – Game Over, Man! (2018)

Game Over, Man!, 2018.

Directed by Kyle Newacheck.

Starring Adam DeVine, Blake Anderson, Anders Holm, Neal McDonough, Rhona Mitra, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Daniel Stern and Aya Cash.

Synopsis:

Three friends are on the verge of getting their video game financed when their benefactor is taken hostage by terrorists.

Fans of Kyle Newacheck and the central trio’s hit show Workaholics should find plenty of amusement to chuckle their way through this fast-and-loose send-up of Die Hard, even if the mileage will be decidedly more varied for most everyone else.

Alexxx (DeVine), Joel (Anderson) and Darren (Holm) are three video game developer pals struggling to make it in the industry, holding down jobs as hotel waiters to make ends meet. While working a fancy shindig held by the illustrious Bey of Tunisia (Utkarsh Ambudkar), they decide to pitch their game to him, but before they can lock down the funding, the hotel is
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Film Review: ‘Game Over, Man!’

Film Review: ‘Game Over, Man!’
A dumbed-down “Die Hard” tribute debuting on Netflix, Kyle Newacheck’s “Game Over, Man!” is a movie full of bodily fluids and violence, centered on three dopey hotel housekeepers with terrible ideas of how to achieve their ideas of getting rich who choose the worst possible time to pitch one of their harebrained ideas to a playboy investor — just as a well-armed squad of thieves takes over the high-rise where they work. “Boys will be boys,” says their boss in an early scene, laughing off their unprofessional behavior. But their conduct does not improve, and neither does this action comedy riddled with pop culture references.

When the audience meets these mischievous scamps, they’re goofing off in a guest’s room. Alexxx (Adam Devine), the group’s dimwitted ringleader, is an ambitious showman who gets frustrated when his comrades don’t always go along with his schemes. He’s quick
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New trailer for Netflix’s Game Over, Man!

With just two weeks to go until Game Over, Man! arrives on Netflix, the streaming service has released a second trailer for Kyle Newacheck’s upcoming action comedy, which sees the director reunite with his fellow Mail Order Comedy members and Workaholics stars Adam Devine, Anders Holm, and Blake Anderson alongside Aya Cash, Neal McDonough, Cloris Leachman, Chloe Bridges, Blake Anderson, and Marc Brandt; check it out here…

In this action comedy, three friends are on the verge of getting their video game financed when their benefactor is taken hostage by terrorists.

Game Over, Man! is set to arrive on Netflix on March 23rd.

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Emmy Predictions 2018: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

Emmy Predictions 2018: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Last Year’s Winner: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, “Veep”

Still Eligible: No.

Hot Streak: Julia Louis-Dreyfus has more awards and more nominations in this category than anyone in Emmys’ history. She’s won six of her seven trophies for “Veep” — and she won those six in a row.

Fun Fact: Not only has Julia Louis-Dreyfus won six years straight, but none of the series from the last time someone else won (Melissa McCarthy for “Mike & Molly” in 2011) are even on the air. (“Nurse Jackie,” “30 Rock,” “The Big C,” “Raising Hope,” “Parks and Recreation”)

For the first time in six years, there’s going to be a new Best Lead Actress winner in the comedy category. No, “Veep” isn’t over, nor is Julia Louis-Dreyfus going to lose — she’s just not in contention this year. With the HBO comedy taking a year off, the unofficial Queen of the Emmys (Ok,
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First trailer for Netflix’s Game Over, Man!

Netflix has released the first trailer for its upcoming action comedy Game Over, Man!. The film sees director Kyle Newacheck reunite with his fellow Mail Order Comedy members and Workaholics stars Adam Devine, Anders Holm, and Blake Anderson alongside Aya Cash, Neal McDonough, Cloris Leachman, Chloe Bridges, Blake Anderson, and Marc Brandt; watch it below…

In this action comedy, three friends are on the verge of getting their video game financed when their benefactor is taken hostage by terrorists.

Game Over, Man! is set to arrive on Netflix on March 23rd.

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The 25 Best TV Episodes of 2017, Ranked

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The 25 Best TV Episodes of 2017, Ranked
It’s so, so very difficult to determine how long to stick with a series. Some shows get off to a bad start and later find their voice. Others start bad and get worse. Still others are sporadic in quality, for whatever creative reason.

But the list below is meant to help. Whether you’re looking for a new binge and want to know when a season will hit its peak, or you want to sample shows by seeing the best episode first, check out IndieWire’s ranking of the best TV episodes of 2017.

We don’t necessarily endorse starting with the best episodes — especially if it happens to be the season finale — but in a world of “too much TV,” there’s no wrong way to find the next great show. Ranked by episodic quality, these are the 25 best individual half-hours and hour-long entries of the 2017 season.

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‘Easy’ Season 2 Review: Grading Every Episode of Joe Swanberg’s Intimate and Exciting Netflix Series

‘Easy’ Season 2 Review: Grading Every Episode of Joe Swanberg’s Intimate and Exciting Netflix Series
Joe Swanberg is back! After a fairly under-the-radar Season 1 release in September 2016, Season 2 got the similar low-key marketing treatment before dropping the first day of December.

But don’t take the lack of buzz as a lack of import. Season 1 asked a lot of valuable questions while delivering a beautiful and unique realization of modern Chicago. The anthology approach, with each episode functioning as a standalone short, helped cover a lot of cultural ground, and Season 2 continues that pattern in interesting ways.

Read More:7 New Netflix Shows to Binge in December, and The Best Episodes of Each

While the episodes can certainly stand on their own, many bring back characters from Season 1. Context from earlier episodes isn’t prescient, but it does help, and just like last year, some stories are better than others.

To that end, IndieWire has reviewed each episode individually below and ranked them by their assigned grades.
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7 New Netflix Shows to Binge in December, and The Best Episodes of Each

7 New Netflix Shows to Binge in December, and The Best Episodes of Each
1. “The Crown” Season 2 (available December 8)

Why Should I Watch It? “The Crown” is the new ruler of Netflix. With “House of Cards” on the outs (take that as you will), the streaming giant’s other big-time awards player is assuming, ahem, the crown. Peter Morgan’s historical drama may not be for everyone — period drama fans will swoon, while anyone looking for surprises will snooze — but it’s an unequivocally well-made show, with pristine production design and impeccable performances. Sure, you may wish for more corgis and less melodrama, but the stuffiness is largely overshadowed by astonishing grandeur. This will be a perennial awards player for the foreseeable future, so you may as well try it out.

Best Episode: Season 2 lacks an obvious standout — Season 1’s arguable choice would be the penultimate episode, “Assassins” — but I’d argue Episode 4 of Season 2, titled “Beryl,” is the best of the lot. Focusing on Princess Margaret,
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Easy

Network: Netflix. Episodes: Ongoing (half-hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: September 22, 2016 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Orlando Bloom, Malin Akerman, Jake Johnson, Marc Maron, Dave Franco, Hannibal Buress, Emily Ratajkowski, Michael Chernus, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Aya Cash, Jane Adams, Elizabeth Reaser, Evan Jonigkeit, Kiersey Clemons, Jacqueline Toboni, Aislinn Derbez, Raul Castillo, Zazie Beetz, Aubrey Plaza, Kate Berlant, Joe Lo Truglio, Michaela Watkins, Judy Greer, and Danielle Macdonald. TV show description: From creator, writer, and director Joe Swanberg, the Easy TV show is a modern, urban, scripted comedy anthology. Easy follows diverse Chicagoans on their quest for sex and love. The series also explores what impact technology and the larger culture have upon
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Easy: Season Two; Netflix Teases the Anthology Series' Return

"This is so awful." Netflix has released the official trailer for season two of Easy.From Joe Swanberg, the anthology series follows a "set of diverse characters in Chicago as they fumble through the modern maze of love, sex, technology, and culture." The cast includes Aubrey Plaza, Dave Franco, Aya Cash, Judy Greer, Kate Berlant, Joe Lo Truglio, Zazie Beetz, Elizabeth Reaser, Kate Micucci, Michael Chernus, Jane Adams, Jacqueline Toboni, Evan Jonigkeit, Marz Timms, and Kiersey Clemons."Read More…
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‘Easy’ Season 2 Trailer: Joe Swanberg’s Netflix Series Returns With Aubrey Plaza and More Sex

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‘Easy’ Season 2 Trailer: Joe Swanberg’s Netflix Series Returns With Aubrey Plaza and More Sex
Season 2 of “Easy,” the Netflix anthology comedy series created by Joe Swanberg, is one step closer, now that the streaming giant has dropped the trailer for the show’s upcoming season.

The show will continue to explore, as it did with Season 1 last year, a set of diverse characters in the Chicago urban space as they blunder “through the modern maze of love, sex, technology, and culture,” according to Netflix.

Related:How ‘Easy’ Creator Joe Swanberg Talked Himself Into Making TV for Netflix

Easy’ will follow the same individually anthologized episode structure, with some new stars joining the show, including Aubrey Plaza, Kate Berlant, Joe Lo Truglio, Michaela Watkins, Judy Greer, and Danielle Macdonald.

Returning cast includes Dave Franco, Elizabeth Reaser, Kate Micucci, Marc Maron, Zazie Beetz, Michael Chernus, Kiersey Clemons, Evan Jonigkeit, Jacqueline Toboni, and Aya Cash. Whether they will play their Season 1 characters is still unknown.

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You're the Worst

Network: FX, FxxEpisodes: Tbd (half-hour)Seasons: FiveTV show dates: July 17, 2014 -- TbdSeries status: EndingPerformers include: Chris Geere, Aya Cash, Desmin Borges, and Kether Donohue.TV show description: This dark romantic comedy takes a modern look at love and happiness, as told through the eyes of two people who haven't been very successful with either.Narcissistic, brash, and self-destructive, Jimmy Shive-Overly (Chris Geere) thinks all relationships are doomed. Cynical, people-pleasing, and stubborn, Gretchen Cutler (Aya Cash) knows that relationships aren't for her.Read More…
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