Days before the 2015 US Open tournament where a win would place Serena Williams at a tie for most Grand Slam wins by a tennis player, the new EPIX original documentary, Serena, captures her trying to sound nonchalant about the feat ahead. Read more...
Even athletes have sick days. Find out how Serena Williams deals with her off days. You may even find a trick to help cure your cold! Premium TV network EPIX® will debut the EPIX Original Documentary Serena, an intimate portrait
Oprah Winfrey celebrated The Color Purple’s Tony award in New York while Billy Eichner celebrated his eponymous TV show in Los Angeles. Vogue’s Anna Wintour joined Serena Williams at the premiere of the tennis star’s Epix documentary, Serena.
Last night, Serena Williams walked the red carpet at the screening of the documentary Serena, hosted by Epix and the Cinema Society, and told us about her everyday life beyond being a fierce competitor on the court.“Every day, every morning I wake up, and I am supposed to win,” the ... More »
Serena Williams looks gorgeous in gold at the premiere of her Epix documentary Serena held at SVA Theatre on Monday (June 13) in New York City. The 34-year-old tennis superstar was joined at the event by Iggy Azalea, Karlie Kloss, Anna Wintour, Vera Wang and Patrick Mouratoglou. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Serena [...]
They say this was always the plan-- debut it on EPIX as part of the station's programming, then move it into a pay-per-view sitch. "As of today, the doc moves out of the premium window -- off of EPIX --...
Veteran journalist Katie Couric has come under fire recently for the “creative editing” used in her recent documentary Under the Gun which sought to explore the connection between gun deaths and American gun culture. Couric was dealt...Show More Summary
The cable network behind the Katie Couric-produced documentary Under the Gun has pulled the film from its website a day after Couric apologized and admitted it contained a misleading edit of gun proponents’ remarks. Pro-gun blog BearingArms.com first noticed that attempting to watch the film now brings up a message saying “This movie is not currently playing on Epix.” […]
GOING ALL THE WAY BACK, AT LEAST, TO MICHAEL BELLESILES’ BOGUS ARMING AMERICA, IT SEEMS ODD THAT ALL THE SPLASHY ANTI-GUN STUFF KEEPS TURNING OUT TO BE FRAUDULENT: BREAKING: EPIX Pulls Katie Couric’s Fraudulent Documentary “Under The Gun.”
Katie Couric was caught red-handed deceptively editing an interview with members of the Virginia Citizens Defense League in her new anti-gun...
Katie Couric says she takes “responsibility for a decision that misrepresented an exchange” she had with members of the Virginia Citizens Defense League in documentary Under The Gun the aired on Epix. Couric tweeted tonight that sheShow More Summary
Elmore Leonard's hit novel-turned-movie is now set to come to Epix as a scripted television series, under a producer of "Shameless."
Director Stephanie Soechtig, collaborator Katie Couric and Epix have issued statements in response to criticism over the way the pro-gun control documentary Under the Gun was edited. The uproar started over a scene in which Couric, who...Show More Summary
On May 15, the Katie Couric vehicle “Under the Gun” premiered on Epix. It is in the tradition of films like “Bowling for Columbine” in which left wingers who loathe firearms and gun owners use a tragic event that took place because gun...Show More Summary
Per the Free Beacon, EPIX doesn’t seem to care much about Katie Couric’s mendacity: Nora Ryan, the chief of staff for EPIX, the cable channel that is airing the documentary, told the Free Beacon in an email, “Under the Gun is a critically-acclaimed...Show More Summary
Get Shorty is the newest addition to the long list of films turning into television programs. Director Barry Sonnenfeld‘s excellent 1995 film is an adaptation of Elmore Leonard‘s novel, but the show will draw from both the movie and Leonard’s original work. Show More Summary
Premium TV network EPIX announced today it will go into production on GET SHORTY from MGM Television. Created and executive produced by Davey Holmes (“Shameless,” “In Treatment,” “Damages”), the one hour drama series is a reimagining of Elmore Leonard’s 1990 New York Times best-selling novel of the same name. Show More Summary
Variety is reporting that premium cable network Epix has picked up a TV show based on Elmore Leonard’s novel Get Shorty. The book—which was adapted to the screen in 1995 by Barry Sonnenfeld, forming a key stepping stone in John Travolta’s...Show More Summary
Davey Holmes ('Shameless') will serve as executive producer on the small screen adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel. read more
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