Hosts Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman will return with the second season of “Making It” on NBC Dec. 2. After the show’s holiday season premiere, the show will continue Dec. 3-5 and Dec. 9-10 before closing with a two-hour finale on Dec. 11. “Making It” is executive produced by Poehler, Offerman, Nicolle Yaron, Kate Arend, Dave Becky and Pip Wells.
HBO Max has commissioned a new lifestyle docuseries from celebrity stylist Brad Goreski and producer Gary Janetti. Tentatively titled “Brad and Gary To To…” the show is inspired by the couple’s Instagram stories and will follow them as they embark on their world journey, trying different cuisines in the process. Goreski and Janetti will produce alongside Matt Anderson, Nate Green, and
Inspired by Disney Channel’s trio of Zac Efron/Vanessa Hudgens movies, the series follows a group of high school students who put on a performance of High School Musical as their fall production, only to realize that just as much drama happens offstage as onstage. Shot as a mockumentary, each episode will include one original song, as well as one new version of a song from the HSM franchise.
Making It, from Universal Television Alternative Studio, will get an unconventional sophomore run, airing from 10-11 p.m. nightly from December 2-5 and 9-10 before wrapping with a two-hour finale starting at 9 p.m. Wednesday, December 11. It premiered in the summer and was renewed in August.
In the competition, eight talented “Makers” from across the country are given a variety of handmade projects with the hopes of impressing Parks and Recreation alums Poehler and Offerman and expert judges Simon Doonan and Dayna Isom Johnson. In Season 2, the Makers will take fans on a journey ranging from office makeovers to three-dimensional holiday creations,
Lauren Tsai is also on board to co-star in the Netflix movie.
“Moxie” follows a teenage girl (Robinson) from a small town who is inspired by her mother’s Riot Girl past and starts a feminist revolution at her high school.
Tamara Chestna adapted the screenplay, which is based on the book by Jennifer Mathieu. Poehler will produce through her Paper Kite banner along with Morgan Sackett and Kim Lessing.
The pic marks Poehler’s second time behind the camera, following her feature directorial debut with the Netflix comedy “Wine Country.” Poehler also starred in the movie alongside Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Paula Pell, Emily Spivey, Tina Fey, Maya Erskine, Jason Schwartzman, and Cherry Jones.
Robinson recently wrapped shooting the pilot for the upcoming HBO Lakers series “Showtime
Slated to go before cameras at the end of this month, the pic tells the story of a girl (Robinson) from a small town who is inspired by her mother’s Riot Girl past and starts a feminist revolution at her high school
Poehler’s Paper Kite is the production company. It’s the same company that produces the Netflix hit series, Russian Doll. Poehler is producing Moxie with Morgan Sackett and Kim Lessing.
Robinson stars in the upcoming Amazon series, Utopia, and will appear in Sony’s Little Women remake from Greta Gerwig. Tsai starred in the Japanese reality series, Terrace House: Aloha State,
Penned by Tamara Chestna (After), the Netflix coming-of-age comedy tells of a girl (Robinson) from a small town who is inspired by her mother’s riot-girl past and starts a feminist revolution at her high school.
Poehler is producing via her Paper Kite banner, along with cohorts Morgan Sackett and Kim Lessing. The project is an adaptation of the book by Jennifer Mathieu.
Shooting is set to begin later this month.
Moxie is Poehler’s second feature as a director. She previously helmed Wine ...
Fitzerman-Blue and Harpster will receive the Award for Screenplay Excellence for the Mr. Rogers biopic while the Award for Television Excellence will go to the Unbelievable team which includes Showrunner/Writer/Director/Executive Producer Susannah Grant, Writer/Executive Producer Michael Chabon, Writer/Executive Producer Ayelet Waldman, and Executive Producer Sarah Timberman (on behalf of Timberman and her producing partner Carl Beverly).
In addition, actor and Reading Rainbow icon LeVar Burton will deliver a tribute to the legendary Toni Morrison a long-time Pen America winner and Nobel Prize winner. She will be recognized for her unparalleled contributions to literature,
The Golden Globes often follow what’s trendy and cool, and Waller-Bridge fits that description to a T. She’s one of the most admired TV comedy creators since Tina Fey during the heyday of “30 Rock.” But “Fleabag” is competing for its second season. Like the Emmys, the Globes didn’t nominate “Fleabag” at all in its first year, so it remains to be seen if the small, mercurial Hollywood Foreign Press Association that decides the Globes will jump on the bandwagon too.
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These instincts have served Igbokwe well in her nearly 30 years as a creative executive in television. But the Showtime and NBC alum, who has headed Universal Television since 2016, didn’t know what work lay ahead in the spring of 1985, as her sophomore year at the Ivy League college was coming to an end. She only knew she needed to hurry up and find a summer job. While scouring the listings and fliers tacked up on the walls of the career services center at Yale, she was immediately intrigued by a notice described as a “summer
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And in any office, there's one guy who seems to take all the blame. Enter Gary "Jerry" Gurgich (Jim O'Heir), who always gets a good day's work done but manages to attract blame, teasing, pratfalls, and more. But through it all, Jerry is a genuinely wonderful person and family man, and there's plenty of times when he puts up with way too much. When were ten times (out of many) when Jerry deserved better?
The cookbook also includes recipes like Fetch-uccini Alfredo, Face Smells Like a Foot Peppermint Bark, Just Stab Caesar Salad, and, of course, Cheese and Crackers For Eight People. If cooking isn't exactly your fifth sense, the video also features some cool Mean Girls shoutouts and fun facts that are basically
On Thursday, the cast of the beloved 2004 comedy reunited for a special cause in honor of Mean Girls Day. The holiday is celebrated on Oct. 3 every year — the same day that Mean Girls character Aaron Samuels asked Cady Heron what day it was in math class.
Stars Lindsay Lohan, Jonathan Bennett, Amanda Seyfried and more joined together to create a special video message in support of the Thirst Project, encouraging fans to donate money to build a fresh water well in Uganda with the hashtag #MeanGirlsDoGood.
Bennett — who played Aaron Samuels in the film — opens up the video by joking,
“I’m trying to enjoy it, but I’m in shock,” Headland says over a strong coffee at SoHo’s Ludlow House social club, of which she’s a member. Not even mid-filming assurances from her wife — “Russian Doll” actor Rebecca Henderson, with
Rogers and Violet-Bliss lend their vocal talents to a cast that includes dynamic sister duo Abby Elliott and Bridey Elliott (daughters of “Schitt’s Creek” star Chris Elliott), as well as “Search Party” writer Jordan Firstman. IndieWire is debuting an exclusive clip of “Conference Call” below.
That’s not all, however, as “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee” performer Mitra Jouhari is also getting her own show, a narrative series titled “F**k Hut Music School for Teens.” Described as if “Riverdale” were on Adult Swim,
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The actress has portrayed Myrtle on the NBC workplace comedy since its first season. The character was laid off from the Cloud 9 big box store in Season 3, but continued to recur throughout much of Season 4 as well, most recently in the season finale earlier this year.
“Linda wasn’t just hilarious, she was incredibly sweet, energetic and enthusiastic. Working with her brightened everyone’s day,”executive producers Jonathan Green and Gabe Miller said in a statement. “We’re lucky to have been a small part of her long career. The ‘Superstore’ family won’t be the same without her.”
“Here’s hoping the angels don’t call cut right away because your best stuff always came at the end,” her co-star Ben Feldman wrote on Twitter on Friday. “We’ll miss you Linda Porter.”
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