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Pablo Schreiber

  1. tv review
    Candy Leaves a Sour AftertasteHulu’s weightless true-crime miniseries has little sense of what it wants to say about the 1978 axe murder of Betty Gore, or why it should say it.
  2. all about that face
    Halo Lets Us See Pablo Schreiber’s Face, Thank GodIt’s a good face.
  3. tv review
    Halo Hasn’t Unlocked Its Full PotentialInitially bogged down by world-building and its own source material, this adaptation of the video-game phenomenon is still figuring itself out.
  4. trailer mix
    Get Ready to Feel Sorry for Superpowered Space Marines in the Halo TV SeriesMaster Chief sans polygons, only on Paramount+.
  5. lists
    The Cast of The Wire Was Everywhere This TV SeasonHere’s where to find them.
  6. Jack Black/Tim Robbins Comedy ‘The Brink’ Premieres on HBO This SummerIt’s been almost a year since HBO ordered The Brink to series, but now the network has finally revealed when the Jack Black/Tim […]
  7. party chat
    Don’t Expect Much Pornstache on Orange Is the New Black Next SeasonAccording to Pablo Schreiber, who plays him.
  8. twitterverse
    The Best Responses From the Orange Is the New Black Cast’s Twitter Q&AOfficer Bennett crushed it.
  9. series order
    HBO Picks Up Jack Black’s The Brink to SeriesThe earth’s last, worst hope.
  10. chat room
    OITNB’s Pablo Schreiber on Playing Pornstache “I have never been on a set that was more estrogen-filled and more ruled by insanity and emotion than that one.”
  11. stage dive
    Stage Dive: Off Broadway’s Streak of ViolenceCharacters in plays are an actuarial nightmare
  12. chat room
    Pablo Schreiber Defends His Character’s Character on Lights Out“I’ve been hearing all this stuff about Johnny being the villain of the piece, but these are tough times.”
  13. the industry
    Spider-Man: the Musical Hitting Some Creative RoadblocksPlus: the return of Jenna Elfman.
  14. the industry
    A Big Detective Heads to the Small ScreenNo. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency On TV: The Weinstein Company is producing a TV movie (and possible series) based on Alexander McCall Smith’s much-loved series The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, with Anthony Minghella directing and writing alongside Richard Curtis.