EXCLUSIVE: Jay Roach has been set to direct 67 Shots, a film that recaptures the circumstances behind the fatal shootings at Kent State University in 1970. Shivani Rawat's ShivHans Pictures, which backed Roach’s lauded Bryan Cranston-starrer...Show More Summary
Jon Hamm talks with Susan Morrison about why “Mad Men” was so successful, and his No. 1 rule regarding comedy: Always listen to Tina Fey.
Months ago, when they were pitching, writing, and shooting tonight’s episode, the Great News team didn’t know their episode about sexual harassment would so closely echo what was happening in the real news. How could they? What they did know was that the episode was getting at something deeply entrenched ... More »
The NBC sitcom Great News frequently builds its comedy around workplace issues and slides cutting jokes about public figures into its dialogue. (My favorite from last week’s episode was the perfectly casual reference to Eric Trump’s teeth sharpener.) But one of the best comedies on television really outdid itself Thursday ... More »
From Seth MacFarlane to Tina Fey's "30 Rock" to "Entourage," Hollywood has acknowledged the dark Harvey Weinstein secret in plain sight.
Harvey Weinstein isn't named, producers Tracey Wigfield and Tina Fey worked on '30 Rock' episode referencing Weinstein and unwanted advances.
While Tina Fey has yet to speak out about the allegations against Harvey Weinstein, her sitcoms have been hinting at rumors for years.
Thursday's episode of the comedy sees a high-powered executive accused of sexual harrassment and airs days after allegations surfaced about Harvey Weinstein. read more
Thursday’s episode of ‘Great News’ centers on a media mogul who sexually harasses underling employees, and then discredits them while courting the loyalty of colleagues.
As the Harvey Weinstein scandal continues to uncoil with what seems to be a non-stop deluge of testimonies and reactions, there is a need for levity. With Tina Fey’s upcoming guest spot on NBC’s Great News as an executive embroiled in...Show More Summary
10. Great News & The Mick -- I doubled up here because they're both sophomore comedies that had good first seasons but look like they're only going to improve in their second seasons. Now that Tina Fey has jumped aboard...
How did Jon Hamm go from playing America’s favorite philanderer on Mad Men to becoming the worst cult leader/DJ in Indiana in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt? The answer is pretty easy, the actor said at the New Yorker Festival Saturday night: “Tina and Robert came to me and they were like, ... More »
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Tina Fey made an appearance on last night’s (October 4) episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers and dished all about her daughters – Penelope, 6, and Alice, 12, – being old enough to watch some of their mother’s work now. “I was like, well, you’re 12 now. A lot of people like 30 Rock,” [...]
Truth be told, Tina Fey is a little jealous of Amy Poehler. As she revealed on NBC's Late Night Wednesday, her 12-year-old daughter Alice Richmond prefers Poehler's Parks and...
Larry David spent a good amount of 2015 and 2016 portraying Bernie Sanders on Saturday Night Live in one of those inspired SNL casting decisions (like Tina Fey as Sarah Palin, Will Ferrell as George W. Bush, or Tom Hanks as the Santa Claus for Halloween). Show More Summary
Taylor Swift (sort of) makes a cameo in Thursday's episode of NBC's Bad News. In a sneak peek released Tuesday, Diana St. Tropez (Tina Fey) comes across a nasty headline:...
How fetch! In honor of "Mean Girls" Day -- a.k.a. October 3, the date that Cady (Lindsay Lohan) helpfully supplies to Aaron (Jonathan Bennett) in the 2004 flick -- Tina Fey passed out free cheese fries to fans. As Entertainment Weekly...Show More Summary
On October 3rd, he asked me what day it was… In celebration of Mean Girls Day (October 3), creator Tina Fey took to the streets of New York City to serve cheese fries to fans in celebration of the Mean Girls Box Office Opening Day on Broadway held outside of the August Wilson Theatre. Mean [...]
Previews begin in March for the musical inspired by Tina Fey's 2004 film.