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‘Succession’ Season 3 Adds Sanaa Lathan, Linda Emond, Jihae to Cast

At long last, new details for the third season of HBO’s acclaimed “Succession” have emerged.HBO announced a trio of new cast members who will join the upcoming third season of the premium cabler’s comedy drama on Thursday. Sanaa Lathan will play Lisa Arthur, a high-profile, well-connected New York lawyer. Linda Emond (“Lodge 49”) will portray […]

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The Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2021

Is anything certain at this point? Well, no. Thanks for the big life lesson, 2020!But, ostensibly, there will be some of our television favorites returning to our screens in 2021, and newcomers worth getting excited about arriving on the scene. With the tendrils of information made available by publicists, sizzle reels, sneak peek teasers, and […]

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‘Nice White Parents’: HBO Outbids The Obamas & Netflix For New Series From Issa Rae & Adam McKay

You would think that perhaps HBO would have the inside track on landing a new series produced by Issa Rae and Adam McKay, right? Well, even though HBO is the home for Rae’s “Insecure” and various McKay projects including “Succession,” the premium network still found itself in a bidding war with some serious competition for […]

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‘I Hate Suzie’ Trailer: HBO Max Announces Premiere Date of British Drama

Lucy Prebble wrote and co-executive produced “Succession,” one of the best television shows in recent memory. Now, the writer’s latest project, the British drama “I Hate Suzie,” is nearly ready to make its American debut. HBO Max premiered the trailer for the upcoming show on Monday.Per HBO Max, the synopsis reads: Suzie Pickles (Billie Piper), […]

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Hildur Guonadottir, Nicholas Britell Win Top Honors at World Soundtrack Awards

Hildur Guðnadóttir and Nicholas Britell took top honors at the 20th World Soundtrack Awards on Saturday during the Ghent Film Festival.Iceland-born, Berlin-based Guðnadóttir was named Film Composer of the Year for her Oscar-winning score for “Joker.” She won last year’s TV Composer of the Year for her Emmy-winning score for the HBO series “Chernobyl.”American composer […]

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‘Underground Railroad’ Teaser: A Stirring First Look at Barry Jenkins’ Series and Nicholas Britell’s Score

A 60-second teaser trailer for Barry Jenkins’ series “The Underground Railroad” has debuted, bringing with it a powerful first listen of Nicholas Britell’s latest original score. Britell contributed the original music for Jenkins’ feature films “Moonlight” and “In the Mood for Love,” plus the Emmy-winning original score for HBO’s “Succession.” Now Britell reunites with Jenkins […]

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Ava DuVernay, ‘Succession’ Producer Jane Tranter Join BFI London Film Festival Industry Program

Award-winning filmmaker Ava DuVernay and “Succession” executive producer Jane Tranter are among a range of figures participating at this year’s British Film Institute (BFI) London Film Festival’s industry program.The program, which is virtual this year, is headlined by two ‘Spotlight’ conversations. DuVernay will be in conversation with the crew from her non-profit media and social […]

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‘Last Dance,’ Eddie Murphy & ‘Bad Education’ Top Creative Arts Emmys Final Night

The long week of Creative Arts Emmys is finally over. After five nights of virtual ceremonies, the Television Academy has bestowed a heap of trophies to “Watchmen,” “Saturday Night Live,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “The Mandalorian,” “Succession” and “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” And there were a number of notable individual winners as well.Maya Rudolph won her […]

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‘Queer Eye’ & ‘The Apollo’ Big Winners On Creative Arts Emmys Night One

In an obviously completely taped ceremony, hosted by Nicole Byer, the first night of the 2020 Creative Arts Emmys kicked off with Netflix and National Geographic tallying the most wins for networks counting trophies. On the nominee side, “Apollo II” and led all individual winners with three trophies each. “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and “Cheer” weren’t […]

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