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Lacey Rose

Executive Editor, Television

Lacey Rose is the Executive Editor, Television, for The Hollywood Reporter, where she’s written more than 100 cover stories. Her subjects have included mogul Oprah Winfrey, shock jock Howard Stern and the final days at The Wendy Williams Show. She also writes THR’s monthly Table for Two column, which centers on the power players navigating the seismic shifts in the entertainment industry, and moderates THR’s Emmy-nominated Roundtable series. A Duke University alum, Rose has earned numerous awards thanks to her coverage of the business. Prior to THR, she spent nearly a decade on staff at Forbes Magazine in her native New York.

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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 […]

Now What? The Five Crises Confronting a Post-Strike Hollywood

As brutal as 2023 has been for the entertainment industry, it’s possible the town will someday look back on this moment wistfully. And not just because of the picket line solidarity or cozy mogul hangs in the bargaining room. The strikes helped earn gains for Hollywood workers in such areas as streaming residuals and AI, […]

‘The Drew Barrymore Show’ Writers Decline to Return (Exclusive)

The Drew Barrymore Show is once again readying its return — though a trio of WGA writers have chosen not to return to their old gig.  Barrymore found herself in hot water last month when she announced that her daytime talk show would make its fourth-season debut without its striking writers. A week later, after Barrymore faced backlash […]

Dan Harmon Gives Update on “Truly Terrifying” ‘Community’ Movie

“I don’t think it’s too much of a spoiler to say that the story would involve the gang getting back together,” says Dan Harmon. That’s how he, star Joel McHale and co-writer Andrew Guest pitched the Community movie around town, pre-strike. And though Harmon and Guest still have work to do on the script, which […]

Suspended Overall Deals Are Already Being Reinstated

On Wednesday, hours after the Writers Guild of America’s strike officially ended, studio and streaming executives were busy making scores of calls to the writers and producers whose deals were suspended during the five-month walkout. To that end, sources say Warner Bros. Television is lifting suspensions that were issued to top showrunners including Greg Berlanti, […]

Dan Harmon Is Ready to Talk About All of It (Including the Justin Roiland Drama)

There was a time, not too long ago, when Dan Harmon shared absolutely everything. His bowel movements inspired tweets and Tumblr entries, his dysfunctional relationship with his then-partner powered hours of podcasts, and his firing from Community, his own cult TV creation, fueled a 21-city bus tour and later a documentary. A life of transparency, […]

Inside Daytime TV’s Frantic Week of Restarts and Reversals

After a chaotic week, daytime television is under the biggest spotlight it’s had in some time. Trouble is, the shows making headlines are largely the ones not airing.  Drew Barrymore announced Sunday morning that she was reversing course, pausing her daytime talk show after a week of withering criticism surrounding her return to production, which […]

Late Night Hosts Set One-Off ‘Strike Force’ Live Show in Las Vegas

The late night hosts are taking their strike time unity on the road. Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert announced Wednesday that they’d be performing together in Vegas. Much like their Strike Force Five podcast, which also includes Seth Meyers and John Oliver, proceeds from the live show will go to support their late […]

After Mega-Writer Suspensions, Industry Braces for More Blows

Greg Berlanti. J.J. Abrams. Bill Lawrence. Mindy Kaling. On the evening of Sept. 7, a flurry of headlines confirmed that Warner Bros. Television Group had suspended their deals and several others that had remained quietly active since the WGA strike began in early May. The news came as a shock to some, who hadn’t realized […]

Megyn Kelly Re-Ups at SiriusXM, Sets Trump Interview

Megyn Kelly is staying put at SiriusXM. The former Fox News anchor has inked a new multiyear deal to continue hosting The Megyn Kelly Show live on Sirius’ XM Triumph channel through the 2024 election and beyond. As part of the new pact, she will be conducting a longform interview with former president (and onetime […]

Five Late Night Hosts Unite to Launch Podcast Benefiting Strike-Impacted Staff

With the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes continuing to silence their late night shows, the five hosts — Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, John Oliver and Seth Meyers — will test out another medium. The quintet announced Tuesday that it would release a limited Spotify podcast, aptly titled Strike Force Five. The arrangement is said […]

‘Suits’ Boss on the Series’ Origins and the Meghan Markle Line the Palace Had Removed

Aaron Korsh has his theories about why his legal dramedy Suits, which originally aired for nine seasons on USA Network before wrapping in 2019, is suddenly smashing viewership records on Netflix.   For one, the series, which stars Patrick Adams as Mike Ross, a genius slacker who lands a coveted legal gig working for high-powered attorney Harvey […]