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Community: 5 Moments Jeff Winger Was Actually A Great Friend (& 5 Where He Was The Worst)

Community is one of the most underrated tv shows to ever exist. Starring Alison Brie, Donald Glover, and Joel McHale, the show follows a band of misfits who are trying to get another lease on life by earning a college degree. At the center is a disbarred lawyer (McHale), who forms a fake study-group in the hopes of getting closer to an environmental activist. However, this 'breakfast club' turns out to be the best thing for all as they continue to grow together.

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Jeffrey Winger (McHale) may have appeared a narcissistic lothario at the beginning but he soon became a pillar and friend of the Greendale community. It just took him a while to get here. Here are 5 moments he proved to be a great friend (& 5 where he could have been better).
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‘Community’ To Be Taken Out To Streamers As Sony Pictures TV Hopes To Cash In On Hot Comedy Market

  • Deadline
Exclusive: Community is set to be the next long-running comedy to hit the Svod marketplace with Sony Pictures Television taking out the Dan Harmon-created show following mega streaming deals for shows such as Seinfeld, which is distributed by Sony TV, The Big Bang Theory, Friends and The Office

Deadline understands that Community, which starred Alison Brie, Donald Glover, John Oliver, Joel McHale, Ken Jeong, Jonathan Banks, as well as Gillian Jacobs and Chevy Chase, is being taken out by the studio in the coming weeks.

Exclusive global rights to all six seasons, which initially ran on NBC from 2009, before moving to Yahoo! Screen, are available from May 2021 with both streaming and linear rights available. The show, which is based on Harmon’s own experience at community college, currently airs on Svod on Hulu in the U.S. and via Amazon in Canada, Australia and the UK and Netflix in
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Glow: Season Three Viewer Votes

How are the ladies doing in Sin City during the third season of the Glow TV show on Netflix? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Glow is cancelled or renewed for season four. 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 Glow season three episodes. We invite you to rate them for us here. *Status update below.

A Netflix 1980s comedy, Glow stars Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Jackie Tohn, Britney Young, Kia Stevens, Gayle Rankin, Kate Nash, Britt Baron, Marc Maron, and Chris Lowell. The fictional series is inspired by the 1980s all-female professional wrestling league and the syndicated G.L.O.W.: Gorgeous Ladies of Wresting TV show. It follows a group of L.A.
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Glow

Network: Netflix.

Episodes: Tbd (half-hour).

Seasons: Four.

TV show dates: June 23, 2017 — present.

Series status: Ending.

Performers include: Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Jackie Tohn, Britney Young, Kia Stevens, Gayle Rankin, Sunita Mani, Marianna Palka, Kimmy Gatewood, Rebekka Johnson, Kate Nash, Britt Baron, Marc Maron, Chris Lowell, Rich Sommer, and Bashir Salahuddin.

TV show description:

A fictional comedy, the Glow TV show is inspired by the 1980s all-female professional wrestling league and the syndicated G.L.O.W.: Gorgeous Ladies of Wresting TV series. It centers on a group of L.A. women who contribute to a low-rated cable wrestling series.

Ruth Wilder (Brie) is a struggling actress, who is having a difficult time making ends meet. Although she takes her craft quite seriously, she accepts a gig in the
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Leslye Headland Hits Her Stride as Writer-Director and Co-Creator of ‘Russian Doll’

  • Variety
Leslye Headland Hits Her Stride as Writer-Director and Co-Creator of ‘Russian Doll’
Eighteen months ago in the dead of a punishing winter night, Leslye Headland was directing the show of her bizarro dreams while dodging airborne trash. “We were shooting until six in the morning,” she recalls, wincing. “After a while, people were throwing their garbage at us. East Villagers were screaming at us, ruining our takes. They were over it!” Lightly harrowing as the experience was, Headland can’t blame them. And besides, the shoot might have been a pain, but it was for “Russian Doll,” the wildly trippy Netflix series she co-created with Natasha Lyonne and Amy Poehler that dropped in February and changed her life forever.

“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
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Netflix's Bojack Horseman Will End After Season 6, Aaron Paul Responds, and There's a Trailer for the Final Season

Netflix’s fantastically entertaining adult animated comedy series BoJack Horseman will be coming to an end after its sixth season. This has been such an enjoyable series to watch, but as the old saying goes… all good things must come to an end, but at least this series had a good run.

Variety also reports that the final sixth season will air in two parts. The first part is launching October 25th, 2019, and the second part will premiere on January 31th, 2020.

BoJack Horseman was created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg and stars Will Arnett as a former ’90s sitcom star who also happens to be a horse. The rest of the voice cast includes Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie, Paul F. Tomkins, and Aaron Paul, who responded to the cancellation, explaining that it was Netflix who felt it was time for the series to end:

We had a wonderful time making Bojack. Couldn’t be more proud.
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BoJack Horseman: Cancelled; No Season Seven for Animated Netflix Series (Video)

That's a wrap for BoJack Horseman. Deadline reports Netflix has cancelled the TV show after six seasons.

The animated series centers on BoJack Horseman, a washed-up TV star who’s trying to relaunch his career in showbiz. The voice cast includes Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie, Aaron Paul, Paul F. Tompkins, Adam Conover, Raphael Bob-Waksberg, and Kristen Schaal.

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Say Goodbye to Hollywoo: BoJack Horseman to End After Season 6

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Say Goodbye to Hollywoo: BoJack Horseman to End After Season 6
Looks like we won't be getting that crossover episode after all - BoJack Horseman's upcoming sixth season will be its last.

The critically acclaimed animated comedy about the titular former '90s sitcom star - who is also a horse - features the voices of Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie, Paul F. Tomkins, and Aaron Paul. Bojack (Arnett), now bitter and jaded long after the end of his sitcom, attempts to navigate life in Hollywood alongside his slacker sidekick Todd (Paul), ruthless talent agent Carolyn (Sedaris), misguided intellectual Diane (Brie), and former rival Mr. Peanutbutter (Tomkins).

Rather than the standard consecutive run of episodes, BoJack's final season will be released in two parts. The first half will drop on Friday, Oct. 25, with the remaining episodes becoming available on Friday, Jan. 31, 2020. Along with the announcement, the show's official Twitter page, written in the point of view of BoJack himself, dropped
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BoJack Horseman to End With Season 6 at Netflix — When Will It Premiere?

Netflix is putting Hollywoo in the rearview mirror: BoJack Horseman will end with its upcoming sixth season, the streamer announced Friday.

BoJack‘s swan song (er, horse song) will be released in two parts. The first half of Season 6 will drop on Friday, Oct. 25, with the remaining episodes debuting on Friday, Jan. 31, 2020.

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Recently named one of our favorite comedies of the decade,
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‘BoJack Horseman’ to End with Season 6 — Watch the First Trailer for the Final Season Now

‘BoJack Horseman’ to End with Season 6 — Watch the First Trailer for the Final Season Now
BoJack Horseman” is coming to an end with Season 6, but like many great antihero dramas, it’s extending the final season as long as possible. Netflix announced Thursday morning that Raphael Bob-Waksberg’s award-winning animated comedy will end with a 16-episode final season. Part 1 will premiere on October 25, while Part 2’s release date is set for January 31, 2020. (The dates can also be seen at the end of the new trailer below.)

Season 6 was written and produced as the final season of the series, so “BoJack” fans will get an ending conceived as such by the show’s creative team. Moreover, anyone paying attention to the creator’s recent efforts could have anticipated a transition period. Bob-Waksberg executive-produced the short-lived but beloved Netflix animated comedy “Tuca & Bertie” (created by “Bojack Horseman” supervising producer and production designer Lisa Hanawalt). The series premiered in May and was canceled in July, only two
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‘BoJack Horseman’ to End After Season 6 on Netflix

  • Variety
‘BoJack Horseman’ to End After Season 6 on Netflix
BoJack Horseman is riding off into the L.A. sunset.

Netflix has announced that the forthcoming sixth season of the adult animated comedy will be its last. The streamer also revealed the concluding season will air in two parts, the first launching Oct. 25, 2019, and the second on Jan. 31, 2020.

BoJack Horseman” features the voice of Arnett as the titular former ’90s sitcom star who is also a horse, as well as the voices of Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie, Paul F. Tomkins and Aaron Paul. Created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg, the series is executive produced by Bob-Waksberg, Steven A. Cohen, and Noel Bright. Arnett and Paul also exec-produce.

Fans will still be able to catch reruns of “BoJack” on Comedy Central, after the cabler acquired the rights in Oct. 2018 from Lionsgate-owned Debmar-Mercury and producer the Tornante Company. At the time, the deal was believed to be the first such U.S. linear
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The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part Now Available To Stream On HBO Now!

Fall is looking awesome as The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part is available to stream on HBO Now. Your favorite heroes of Bricksburg return in an epic action-packed adventure to save their beloved city once again! via Giphy Courtesy: Warner Bros Facing a huge new threat from invaders from outer space wrecking everything faster than it can be rebuilt, original cast members Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, and Will Arnett are joined by new friends including Tiffany Haddish, Stephanie Beatriz, and Alison Brie to test their courage, creativity and Master Building skills. We know how much you all can’t wait to return to Bricksburg, so streaming The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part on HBO Now is the perfect way to revisit your favorite The Lego Movie moments and witness your favorite heroes fight an epic battle in outer space against the Lego Duplo invader! via Giphy Courtesy: Warner Bros.
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Stars Attend 13th Annual Evening Before Benefitting Mptf

Television’s biggest night took place in Century City, CA Saturday, September 21st, where the entertainment industry came together for the 13th annual “Evening Before” party, benefitting Mptf (Motion Picture & Television Fund).

Stars Attend 13th Annual Evening Before Benefitting Mptf

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The television industry, from Emmy presenters and nominees, to other TV industry members, helped raise funds to support their industry colleagues and friends who benefit from Mptf’s charitable programs and services such as financial assistance, crisis counseling, care giving support and of course the legendary retirement facility in Woodland Hills that is “home” to television and film veterans alike.

“Mptf’s Evening Before once again brought our industry together in the spirit of a community that truly takes care of its own. We’re incredibly grateful for the generosity of the corporate sponsors and donors from the television community who came out to support and sustain our mission,
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Glow Renewed For A Fourth And Final Season

We laughed, we cried, we body slammed. Time for the final match. It has just been revealed that Netflix’s Emmy-winning and critically-acclaimed series Glow, starring Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, and Marc Maron, has been renewed for a fourth and final season. Creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch will return as showrunners, writers, and executive producers, alongside executive producers Jenji Kohan, Tara Herrmann, and Mark Burley. To date, Glow has earned 15 Emmy® nominations and 3 wins, 7 Screen Actors Guild Award nominations and 1 win, 2 Golden Globe Nominations, 3 WGA Award Nominations, and 2 Art Directors Guild Award wins. About Glow: Inspired by the short-lived but beloved show from the 80s, Glow tells the fictional story of Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), an out-of-work, struggling actress in 1980s Los Angeles who finds one last chance for stardom when she’s thrust into the glitter and spandex world of women’s wrestling. In addition to working with 12 Hollywood misfits,
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Glow Has Been Renewed For a Fourth and Final Season

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Netflix's Glow is officially coming to an end. On Friday, the streaming service renewed the wrestling comedy for a fourth and final season. Though an official premiere date for the new season hasn't been announced, we do know that it will feature 10 episodes. Following the big cliffhanger in season three, which saw Ruth (Alison Brie) and Debbie (Betty Gilpin) part ways, fans are certainly breathing a sigh of relief that the show will offer some closure.

"We've played it this way every season, where we've sort of left it all on the field," co-creator Liz Flahive previously told The Hollywood Reporter about ending season three with a cliffhanger. "This show has a big heart and a big cast and big story to tell, and other people are not going to set that limit for us. We can't do that, because it wouldn't be fair to what we're trying to do.
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Glow: Season Four; Netflix Series Renewed for Final Season

Bittersweet news for Glow fans. Netflix just announced the TV show has been renewed for a fourth and final season.

The dramedy follows Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), a struggling out-of-work actress as she auditions for, trains and eventually makes the first-ever women’s wrestling TV show. The cast also includes Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Jackie Tohn, Britney Young, Kia Stevens, Gayle Rankin, Sunita Mani, Marianna Palka, Kimmy Gatewood, Rebekka Johnson, Kate Nash, Britt Baron, Marc Maron, Chris Lowell, Rich Sommer, and Bashir Salahuddin.

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Netflix's Glow to enter the squared circle for a fourth and final season

  • JoBlo
Netflix has announced that the upcoming fourth season of Glow will also be its last. The Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch-created series toplined by Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin and Marc Maron has steadily developed into a fan favorite event for subscribers to the streamer, ever since making its Season 1 debut in June of 2017. For the past three seasons, Glow has chronicled…
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Netflix renews Glow for a fourth and final season

Netflix has announced that it has renewed its Emmy Award-winning comedy-drama series Glow for a fourth and final season, which will air on the streaming service next year.

Inspired by the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling promotion and TV show of the 1980s, Glow follows Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), a struggling out of work actress who gets a shot at stardom in the world of women’s professional wrestling.

Also featuring in the cast are Marc Maron as the promotion’s director Sam Sylvia and Betty Gilpin as Debbie Eagan, Ruth’s former best friend and pro-wrestling rival.

The fourth and final season will see creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch returning as writers and showrunners. The first three seasons meanwhile are available to stream now via Netflix.

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Glow Season 4 Confirmed by Netflix, Set as Final Season

Joseph Baxter Sep 20, 2019

While Netflix has reliably renewed Glow for its fourth season, it will, unfortunately, be the show’s final frame.

Glow Season 4 is officially set for Netflix! – However, this year’s renewal comes with the bittersweet caveat of being the final one, as the girls go home with this proverbial match.

Don’t expect any changes to the creative lineup as Glow heads into its fourth and final season. Creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch will resume their duty as showrunners, writers and executive producers, joined by executive producers Jenji Kohan, Tara Herrmann and Mark Burley. The addition of Kohan, the creator of Netflix’s acclaimed comedy, Orange is the New Black, was highly touted during Glow’s conception, and has become somewhat coincidental, since the former just released its seventh and final season in July.

All good things must come to a GLOWing end. We're coming back
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‘Glow’ Renewed for Fourth and Final Season at Netflix

Those Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are heading into their last match. Netflix brought some bittersweet news to the table today with the announcement of a fourth season of Glow ordered. But unfortunately, the fourth season will also be the last for this wrestling comedy starring Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, and Marc Maron. Netflix announced the […]

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