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As Emmy Eligibility Ends, Other Awards Bodies Boost ‘Small Axe’ and ‘I May Destroy You’

It’s finally (almost) here.Monday, May 31 marks the close of the 2020-2021 Emmy Award eligibility period, stemming the fire hose of Peak TV for the briefest of moments, before immediately resuming. (Don’t worry about the resumption just yet. That’s future you’s problem.)And while the closing moments of May saw a few high-profile releases, including the […]

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‘In Treatment,’ ‘Master of None,’ and Missing the Forest for the Trees — TV Podcast

The video above was produced by IndieWire’s Creative Producer Leonardo Adrian Garcia.[Editor’s note: This article contains major spoilers for “Master of None” Season 3.]If Peak TV has taught us anything, it’s impossible to have too much of a good thing. That’s why “Who Wants To Be a Millionaire” still airs five nights a week in […]

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Daily Podcast: Wonka Prequel, Thor: Love and Thunder Casting, The Muppet Show, and Master of None Season 3

On the January 19, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including some Thor: Love and Thunder casting, news about the Wonka prequel, The Muppet Show coming to Disney+, and the […]

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Alan Yang’s Directorial Debut ‘Tigertail’ Tells a Timely Immigrant Story

With cinemas closed for the foreseeable future and scores of highly anticipated theatrical releases postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, “Master of None” co-creator Alan Yang’s feature directorial debut “Tigertail” is one of the few movies available to viewers craving fresh films to cope with life in lockdown.The highly personal project, which hits Netflix April […]

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Queen & Slim review – love on the run across the Us racial divide

A young couple on an awkward first date become counterculture fugitives in this powerful directorial debutThis arresting debut feature from Melina Matsoukas – Grammy-award winning director of Beyoncé’s Formation video, whose television CV includes Master of None and Insecure – puts new twists on familiar outlaw riffs that can be traced back through Badlands and […]

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