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IndieWire Consider This Fyc Brunch – Watch the Whole Event

On May 21, Terry Crews hosted the inaugural IndieWire Consider This Fyc Brunch, where top talents in the TV industry gathered at Liaison in Hollywood to discuss, frankly, how to make really incredible television — and each of the three panels can be watched in their entirety below. Among the highlights:The Below-the-Line panel was hosted […]

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IndieWire Consider This Fyc Brunch: The Challenges of Making TV Feel Authentic

IndieWire’s Consider This Fyc Brunch on Tuesday gathered a panel of below-the-line panelists to discuss their craft with IndieWire’s Toolkit Editor Chris O’Falt. Among them were “Yellowstone” composer Brian Tyler, “The Other Two” composer Brett “Leland” McLaughlin, “Catch-22” costume designer Jenny Eagan, “Escape at Dannemora” cinematographer Jessica Lee Gagne, and “Now Apocalypse” cinematographer Sandra Valde-Hansen.Each […]

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IndieWire’s Consider This Fyc Spotlight: Why the Hilarious ‘The Other Two’ Eschews Politics

The cast and crew of Comedy Central’s hilarious new series “The Other Two” sat down at IndieWire’s Consider This Fyc Brunch event on Tuesday in Hollywood to discuss the showbiz satire. On the panel moderated by IndieWire TV Awards Editor Libby Hill were creators Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider and cast members Drew Tarver, Heléne […]

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‘The Other Two’: Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider Make Family Heartfelt and Hilarious

To hear Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider interact, you’d think they were related. After watching the former “Saturday Night Live” co-head writers’ Comedy Central series “The Other Two,” you’d be convinced the pair were brother and sister. But the truth is that Kelly and Schneider are just that sympatico, all thanks to their friendship forged […]

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IndieWire Announces First-Ever Consider This Fyc Brunch With ‘The Act,’ ‘Catch-22,’ and ‘Now Apocalypse’

IndieWire, the definitive outlet for creative independence in film and TV, will launch its first ever Consider This Fyc event on Tuesday, May 21 in Hollywood. The three hour invitation-only brunch will welcome attendees comprised of TV Academy, guild members and select press and will be hosted by “America’s Got Talent” star Terry Crews.The brunch […]

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