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The 35 Most Powerful Women in International Television

The writers and actors strikes in Hollywood, and the related issues of AI and the disruption of business models brought on by global streaming platforms, have dominated industry discussions this year, overshadowing debates over gender equity, diversity and inclusion. But the progress in those areas continues, noted by groups like the 50:50 Equality Project, a […]

The MIPCOM Hot List: Buyers Brace for “Fewer, Better, Bigger Shows”

Bye-bye, Peak TV. After more than a decade of unprecedented production growth, the international television industry is bracing for an era of tighter budgets and more bean counting. “Instead of subscriber growth at all costs, now the focus is on production and investment and getting the balance sheet right,” says Cathy Payne, CEO of Banijay […]

‘The Morning Show’ Director on the Sex Scene Designed to “Break the Internet”

[This story contains spoilers from the sixth episode of The Morning Show season three, “The Stanford Student.”] The stars of The Morning Show constantly make controversial choices. That’s what makes them relatable, according to the creative team behind the Apple TV+ series who had promised eyebrow-raising decisions to come from their starring protagonists played by […]

‘Goosebumps’ Is All Grown Up: How the Disney+ Adaptation Is Reimagining R.L. Stine’s Books for Older Teens

Within the first five minutes of Disney+’s new Goosebumps adaptation, it’s clear that viewers are no longer in R.L. Stine’s creepy, scary version of middle-grade horror. Developed by Rob Letterman and Nicholas Stoller, the show is one of the first real steps into the teen arena for both Disney+ and the book series. The new […]

Larry Charles Released the Movie He Set Out to Make: “That’s a Miracle in Hollywood”

Larry Charles’ résumé is all over the place. As a writer, he penned some of Seinfeld’s most memorable episodes (see: “The Library”). As a TV director, he skewered his industry with Curb Your Enthusiasm and Entourage. As a filmmaker, he embraced mockumentary with Borat and Brüno. But his latest entry, by his own admission, might […]

Don’t Call ‘Frasier’ a Reboot, Say Creators: “This Is His Third Act”

Thirty years ago, the series Frasier opened with elitist Dr. Frasier Crane recanting why he made his way from Boston to Seattle as a divorcé who had been duped by his equally snobbish brother into caring for their cantankerous father. The series would run for 11 seasons, win 37 Emmys and end as being recognized […]

Dan Harmon Teases ‘Rick and Morty’ Movie, Future Plans

Dan Harmon is as ready as his fans are for the Rick and Morty movie. And those fans include Hollywood heavyweights like Zack Snyder. According to Harmon, the Justice League director once summoned him to Warner Bros. to discuss the potential of doing a Rick and Morty film. “Not him saying, ‘I get to do […]

Meet ‘Loki’ EP Kevin R. Wright, Former Marine Turned Marvel Producer

Hollywood success stories often have a lot of overlap, but not in the case of Loki executive producer Kevin R. Wright. The Philadelphia native postponed his film school dreams to enlist in the Marine Corps just a few months before 9/11, and he ended up serving as a combat correspondent for four years. From there, […]

32 Reality TV Couples Who Are Still Together

Since the dawn of reality TV in the new millennium, sharing one’s love life on unscripted television has almost certainly spelled the death of one’s marriage — no matter the ZIP code or size of the bank account. From Basketball Wives to the Real Housewives, the Kardashians to the Hogans, it’s become commonplace for a […]

Why ‘The Morning Show’ Revisited the Insurrection for Key Season 3 Storyline

[This story contains spoilers from the fifth episode of The Morning Show season three, “Love Island.”] After jumping ahead two years, The Morning Show hit rewind this week to go back to where the Apple TV+ series ended last season: March of 2020. The fifth episode in season three, titled “Love Island,” flashed back to […]

‘Only Murders in the Building’ Boss on How That “Awful” and “Perfect” Finale Death Sets Up Season 4

[This story includes major spoilers from the Only Murders in the Building season three finale.] Season three of Only Murders in the Building ended with another, well, murder. But this time, the victim will hit close to home for the starring trio, especially for Charles (Steve Martin). The final moments of the season three finale, […]

For Sterlin Harjo, the End of ‘Reservation Dogs’ Was Always Going to Be About Community

When writer and director Sterlin Harjo was 5 years old, his mother lost a baby. “He was only alive for a few hours,” Harjo recalls. “I think at 5, when you know you lost a sibling, it’s very confusing. You don’t know how to process that.” The loss of his brother is something that’s never […]

‘Only Murders in the Building’ Season 3 Finale Answers Paul Rudd Murder Mystery and Sets Up Even Deadlier Season 4

[This story contains major spoilers for the Only Murders in the Building season three finale, with immediate ramifications for season four. Proceed with caution.] Who killed Paul Rudd? That was the number one question on Only Murders in the Building all season long, as the Hulu murder mystery comedy launched viewers into its third season with the star-studded slaying […]

TV Premiere Dates 2023: The Complete Guide

With literally thousands of TV series — scripted and unscripted, news and sports — airing in a given year, it’s hard to keep track of when any given show will be on a screen. The Hollywood Reporter is here to help. Below is a comprehensive guide to premiere dates across all platforms for the coming […]

‘Sex Education’ Creator on What the Series is Ultimately About and the “Cathartic” Ending

[This story includes major spoilers from the Sex Education series finale.] The final moments of Sex Education saw the show’s core characters rally behind one of their own and begin their paths into the next chapter of their lives. In the series finale of the Netflix series, the students at Cavendish Sixth Form College discover […]

Vladimir Duthiers Is Making Up for Lost Time

There’s an eight-minute window, just after 9 a.m. ET every weekday morning, when Vladimir Duthiers goes AWOL on live TV. Viewers might think he’s just off camera at the CBS News Streaming Network anchor desk that he shares with Anne-Marie Green, but the 53-year-old newsman is frantically covering over a mile of midtown Manhattan that separates […]