Mad Men (2007–2015)
It took a while for “The Americans” to get on the Emmy radar. It received just five nominations over the course of its first three seasons combined. But season four was a breakthrough for the series in 2016, earning a nom for Best Drama Series for the first time, in addition to overdue bids for lead actors Rhys and Russell. The show dropped out of the Drama Series race in 2017, but Rhys and Russell stayed in.
Press Release: New York, NY, June 22, 2018 – AMC today announced that it has renewed its popular and critically acclaimed anthology series, “The Terror” for a second season. The next iteration of “The Terror” anthology will be set during World War II and center on an uncanny specter that menaces a Japanese-American community from its home in Southern California to the internment camps to the war in the Pacific. Season two of “The Terror” anthology is co-created and executive produced by Alexander Woo (“True Blood”) and Max Borenstein. Woo is also set to serve as showrunner.
The Emmys have had a long history of slapping handsome leading men — it took them eight years to finally give Best Drama Actor to Jon Hamm for “Mad Men” and six years to even nominate Kit Harington for “Game of Thrones.” But could the tide be turning? Sterling K. Brown (“This Is Us”) won Best Drama Actor just last year and his co-star Milo Ventimiglia was nominated alongside him. And relative youth didn’t stop actors like Aaron Paul (“Breaking Bad”), Rami Malek (“Mr. Robot”) and Riz Ahmed (“The Night Of”) from collecting trophies. Heughan deserves similar consideration.
The news of Morrissey’s casting was announced on social media late yesterday by executive producer Neil Gaiman and director Douglas Mackinnon.
Look who is next to join the cast of #GoodOmens ! The magnificent David Morrissey as Captain Vincent, who encounters Atlantis… ?@neilhimself? pic.twitter.com/d1iclXe1D2
— Douglas Mackinnon (@drmuig) June 21, 2018
Based on the best-selling novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, the six-part series for Prime Video boasts an already impressive cast. In addition to leads, Michael Sheen
“They have a question about occult symbols,” Heyman says. “I’ve sort of become the de facto expert.
The Walking Dead alum David Morrissey will play Captain Vincent, captain of the pleasure cruiser Morbilli, on Amazon’s forthcoming Good Omens adaptation.
Series director Douglas Mackinnon tweeted a photo with the actor Wednesday, which Good Omens co-author/showrunner Neil Gaiman retweeted Thursday.
The last big scene to be filmed. https://t.co/gFVqnjUXL2
— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) June 21, 2018
A six-part comedy, the upcoming Amazon/BBC co-production is based on the acclaimed fantasy novel Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Neil Gaiman (American Gods) and Terry Pratchett (Colour of Magic).
Good Omens takes
The eight-part drama will be set in the Persian Gulf. It will blend the geopolitics of the oil business, the stories of the individuals concerned, and what happened in the compounds in which foreign executives and their families lived. Based on real historical events, the
“You can see [our green-ness] in the first season,” said Cantwell when he and Rogers were guests on IndieWire’s Filmmaker Toolkit podcast. “I feel like we were trying to copy shows we loved in the beginning, but halfway through that season we found our own voice. [I feel like you] see us starting to make moves that are moves we like, and I feel like that’s a direct reaction to us
“It’s so fun to play Zoya in the ring. I’ve never felt so exhilarated. Hearing 200 background artists booing me was the greatest feeling,” Brie reveals. The actress reaped Golden Globe, SAG, and Critics Choice nominations for playing Ruth, a struggling actress-turned-professional wrestler who learns to embrace villainy in the ring when she creates her evil Soviet alter ego Zoya the Destroyer. “With Ruth I’ve been getting my
The best-selling author of Gone Girl is huddled with Mad Men writer Marti Noxon and five-time Oscar nominee Amy Adams in a private room at a bustling Brentwood steakhouse. They're here to talk about their prestige murder mystery, Sharp Objects, adapted from Flynn's lesser-read debut novel about a deeply troubled newspaper reporter, Camille Preaker, who cuts and draws all over her skin. On the surface, Flynn, 47, wouldn't seem to have much in common with the character — except that she too was once ...
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“It’s about control and dominance and also about misogyny,” Fincher said. “People forget that this goes all the way back to Jack the Ripper.”
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And Fincher’s collaboration with production designer Steve Arnold (“House of Cards”) and gaffer-turned cinematographer Erik Messerschmidt (“Mad Men”) was crucial to the authentic ’70s look and dynamic blocking of the interrogation scenes, particularly those involving Ed Kemper (Cameron Britton), who captivates and mentors Holden.
Visualizing a Walk and Talk
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Daniel D’Addario: We seem to be looking at a field of all of last year’s most exciting new shows—as well as the comeback
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Moss has already cleared the first hurdle on her way to scoring a double triumph: As revealed in the accompanying gallery, the Mad Men vet is making her second appearance on TVLine’s 2018 Dream Emmy short list.
The third episode of Season 4, “Party Monster: Scratching the Surface” is a standalone episode presented as a half-hour HouseFlix documentary — the streaming offshoot of Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) and Titus’ (Tituss Burgess) cassette tape mail-order company of choice, Columbia House — “directed & everything by” DJ Fingablast (Derek Klena). “Kimmy Schmidt” die-hards will immediately recognize him as Douglas, Jacqueline’s (Jane Krakowski) dog masseuse/boy toy, from Season 2, and as the Mets party cruise DJ in the Season 3 finale. Profoundly, delightfully dim, Finga decides to film his quest to locate his childhood DJ idol, DJ Slizzard,
Harris plays Francis Crozier, captain of the Hms Terror. In his research for the role, Harris discovered letters Crozier wrote before embarking on his journey. “It’s a really interesting snapshot of what this man’s state of mind was,” he reveals. “It was quite sad in that he had basically understood that at this point of his life he had nothing except … the Royal Navy.” Harris was previously nominated for Best Drama Supporting
The film follows “a young anti-money laundering agent (Knapp) tasked with investigating a tangled web of corruption and fraud in his remote New York hometown, where his father (Russell) and brother (Hemsworth) are struggling to maintain their family farm in a changing economic landscape. The agent quickly finds himself enmeshed in a dangerous underworld populated by a mysterious art dealer (Bledel), a crypto-currency enthusiast turned cyber-sleuth (Harris) and a corrupt accountant doing the bidding of ruthless clients (Kartheiser).”
John Stalberg Jr. (High School) is directing the film, which is described as in the vein of The Firm and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
“I am overjoyed to be working with such
Homer Simpson, “The Simpsons”
Homer Simpson is TV’s most famous dad but not exactly a role model. He may be good at heart but some of his favorite past times include drinking, laying on the couch, and strangling his son Bart whenever he gets out of line.
Daniel Plaineview, “There Will Be Blood”
Daniel Plainview (Daniel Day-Lewis) says it straight out, “he’s an oilman”; he puts family second behind his own greed. That becomes abundantly clear as his relationship deteriorates with his adopted son throughout the movie.
Al Bundy, “Married With Children”
Ed O’Neill was a very different kind of family man on “Married With Children” than he is now on “Modern Family.” Al’s cynical outlook on life has a hard time not having an effect on his kids.
Frank Gallagher, “Shameless“
Frank Gallagher (William H. Macy) is a drunk,
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