Emmy Roundtables

W. Kamau Bell talks to Appalachian families, Muslim Americans and Chicago gang members on ‘United Shades of America.’ “The whole idea is that I’m getting out of my comfort zone,” W. Kamau Bell told The Hollywood Reporter during the Reality TV Roundtable in regards to his hit CNN series, United Shades of America. Right now,
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“I think [the show] says we’re going in the right direction,” said Sally Ann Salsano of ‘Snoop & Martha’s Potluck Dinner Party.’ “America has taken us in and wants to join.” “I have an older white woman, white collar kind of lifestyle, and then you take someone who came up through the ranks and is
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“These are little boys who are ostracized from society and their families a lot times, and here they are blooming and thriving,” RuPaul said of the contestants of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race.’ “It’s interesting to watch someone reveal their story, reveals their struggles, and for the audience to actually relate to that,” RuPaul told The Hollywood
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Also starring Billy Bob Thornton, Sterling K. Brown, John Lithgow and Jeffrey Wright. Six stars at the top of their game — including Riz Ahmed (The Night Of), Ewan McGregor (Fargo), Billy Bob Thornton (Goliath), Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us), John Lithgow (The Crown) and Jeffrey Wright (Westworld) — open up about appreciating early
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“It’s hard enough to make one of these things entertaining or funny, but when you’re walking that line between therapy or comedy writing — you don’t get paid for therapy,” Silveri told THR. It’s difficult enough to write anything, let alone something so personal. When asked about writing about his experiences growing up during The
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“There’s no bridge to this conversation. We’re building up for a civil war,” the creator and showrunner told THR. Black-ish creator and showrunner Kenya Barris was planning on taking a “back seat” in the writing process of the show’s latest season, but then Donald Trump was elected president. “Watching my kids break down, watching my
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Also starring Pamela Adlon, Minnie Driver, Kathryn Hahn, Issa Rae. Serious talk from comedy stars Emmy Rossum (Shameless), America Ferrera (Superstore), Pamela Adlon (Better Things), Minnie Driver (Speechless), Kathryn Hahn (I Love Dick) and Issa Rae (Insecure) on The Hollywood Reporter‘s Comedy Actress Roundtable included discussions about being asked to audition in a two-piece swimsuit
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“With female writers who write honestly about women and their experiences, it’s, “Oh, that’s a feminist show.”” “People approach me thinking I’ve been though all of that. They’re always really disappointed that I’m married,” Phoeobe Waller-Bridge told The Hollywood Reporter during the Comedy Showrunner Roundtable about her series Fleabag. The show creator and star plays
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“He’s sort of a season behind us. He’s stealing from last season,” joked the showrunner of the president. Out of all of the headline-making moments from President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in the White House, Veep showrunner David Mandel thinks two in particular could have passed as material for the comedy series. When asked
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