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  1. the industry
    They Felt Like Hollywood Outsiders. Then They Got a Netflix Show.How two first-generation artists made Gentefied, a bilingual love letter to their families, their culture, and East L.A.
  2. the industry
    Podcasting Is Getting Its Own Oscars. Will It Work?Members of the Podcast Academy will have their work cut out for them.
  3. the industry
    Why NBC Blanketed the Internet With Zoey’s Extraordinary PlaylistA month after Zoey’s premiere, NBC hasn’t aired another episode. But a bold streaming bet might turn the show into a hit.
  4. oscars 2020
    This Was the Least-Watched Oscars EverOscar ratings in general have been in free fall in recent years.
  5. the gold rush
    Who Is Writing Brad Pitt’s Awards Season Speeches?At least one outside speechwriting agency confirms that Pitt’s representatives contacted the organization.
  6. netflix
    Everybody and Their Mother Will Love Toni Collette in Netflix’s Pieces of HerBased on Karin Slaughter’s 2018 mother-daughter thriller of the same name.
  7. buffering
    Why NBC Is Telling You to Watch NetflixNetworks are getting more and more cozy with their streaming rivals.
  8. buffering
    Netflix Changed the Way It’s Counting Viewers. Does the Math Add Up?This week’s edition of Buffering takes a closer look at Netflix’s new metrics.
  9. the industry
    Reagan Arthur Succeeds Sonny Mehta As Publisher of KnopfArthur is universally admired in publishing circles, and like Mehta, she has an eye for both fiction and nonfiction, commercial and highbrow.
  10. buffering
    As Netflix Collects Oscar Noms, Peacock Spreads Its FeathersWelcome to Buffering, a new Vulture column devoted to streaming TV.
  11. the streaming wars
    The Tonight Show and Late Night Will Stream Hours Before They Air on NBCNot so late night, starting in July.
  12. the industry
    Rachel Bloom to Answer Your Comedy Prayers as Antichrist’s Mom in Mother MaryDisjointed’s Betsy Sodaro stars in the Pop TV pilot as a modern-day Virgin Mary.
  13. fantasy
    Syfy Takes the Second Star on the Right and Lands in The League of Pan SeriesThe Peter Pan spin-off promises to reveal “twisted secrets” about the Lost Boys’ past, as if these kids haven’t been through enough.
  14. the industry
    NBC Picks Up Dwayne Johnson’s Young Rock, Body Slams It Through a Folding TableCould Baby Dwayne Johnson take Baby Yoda in a fight? Could we please watch and find out?
  15. time's up
    Oprah Steps Away From Russell Simmons Accuser Doc, Pulls It From Apple TV+“First and foremost, I want it to be known that I unequivocally believe and support the women.”
  16. the industry
    Survey Reveals Hollywood Assistants Denied Health Care, Earn $14 an HourAccording to the just-released findings of #PayUpHollywood.
  17. the industry
    Patricia Arquette Lining Up Her Next Golden Globe With Apple Thriller SeveranceBen Stiller is set to direct the series, based on Dan Erickson’s 2016 Bloodlist-topping script.
  18. the industry
    The Next Big Streaming Trend? Recommendations From Actual PeopleIn the age of the algorithm, human curation is suddenly a hot commodity for streaming platforms.
  19. the industry
    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Opens to $176 Million, Force Ghosts and AllThe movie failed to surpass the opening-weekend numbers of The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. But it’s still on course to make a billion dollars.
  20. the gold rush
    A Historic Battle for the Animated Oscar BeginsThis year, a record number of animated movies are competing against Disney for an Academy Award in the feature category. Can an indie win?
  21. the industry
    This Year’s Black List Has a Megan Amram Horror Movie and a Little Barron TrumpWhat if the youngest Trump tried to thwart the 2016 election?
  22. tv ratings
    Watchmen Is a Solid Hit for HBO, But Will It Return for a Second Season?Based on the ratings, there’s little doubt HBO would love to bring Watchmen back.
  23. the industry
    Orlando Jones Says New ‘White Man’ Showrunner Fired Him From American GodsThe show’s production company is insisting he was dropped to “reflect the complex mythology of the source material.”
  24. hello! let's celebrate this
    Lulu Wang Will Write, Direct, Produce New Nicole Kidman Series The ExpatriatesWang recently teased a collaboration with the actress via Twitter.
  25. scammer season
    Cousin Greg Siren! Succession’s Nicholas Braun to Be WeWork Founder in New ShowBraun will also executive produce the series.
  26. bombshell
    Charlize Theron Says Weinstein Lied to People About Them Sleeping Together“One of his lines was that Renée Zellweger and I slept with him to get jobs. There was no limit to him.”
  27. billboard charts
    Billboard Makes It a Little Harder to Sneak an Album Into a Merch BundleBut concert ticket packages are mostly safe.
  28. netflix
    Congratulations, Midtown! Netflix Is Saving the Paris TheaterA single-screen silver screen.
  29. the industry
    The Hottest Trend in Music Award Shows Is … Nostalgia?With Toni Braxton, Green Day, and Shania Twain, the American Music Awards is the latest show to embrace the past.
  30. the industry
    One Day at a Time’s Co-Creator Is Jumping to AmazonGloria Calderón Kellett signed a multiyear deal to develop TV shows and films for Prime Video.
  31. the industry
    Two Writers Quit Patricia Heaton’s CBS Show After Misconduct ComplaintsHeaton’s husband, an executive producer, allegedly engaged in inappropriately touching.
  32. this means war
    Taylor Swift vs. Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta, ExplainedSwift claims that the fallout from Braun’s purchase of Big Machine is actively crippling her career. Who’s telling the truth?
  33. the industry
    How Walt Disney Animation and Pixar Are Evolving After John Lasseter“I would say, yes, the company’s quite a bit different now.”
  34. the streaming wars
    Disney+ Is Here. What Now?Four big questions about Disney’s streaming future.
  35. the industry
    Dickinson, See, and For All Mankind Renewed at Apple TV+Congrats to anybody who likes Sexy Emily Dickinson, Jason Momoa, and/or alternate history sci-fi.
  36. to stream or not to stream?
    All the New Streaming Services That Want Your MoneyApple+, Disney+, HBO Max, and more are competing for your eyeballs. Which one is right for you?
  37. the industry
    Can Apple Become the Google of Television?The tech giant isn’t just making TV shows. It wants to be your streaming home page.
  38. the streaming wars
    HBO Max Will Launch Next May for $15 a MonthBut it’ll be free for HBO subscribers and some AT&T customers.
  39. the industry
    What Is a Netflix Comedy, Exactly?The streaming giant doesn’t want to be known for a particular kind of TV comedy. It wants to be the home of all comedy brands.
  40. box office
    Joker’s Unlikely Path to Becoming the Highest-Grossing R-Rated Movie EverEarly in development, studio executives wondered: Does Todd Phillips’s movie even need to be about the Batman villain?
  41. the industry
    Disney Is Quietly Placing Classic Fox Movies Into Its Vault, and That’s WorryingIt is, among other things, bad news for movie theaters that depend on repertory screenings to shore up increasingly shaky bottom lines.
  42. the industry
    Monica Lewinsky Is Revisiting Her 15 Minutes of Shame in New DocumentaryThe anti-bullying activist is coming to HBO Max.
  43. box office
    Parasite Is Getting Rave Reviews. So When Can You Actually See It in a Theater?The Korean film feels somehow ubiquitous and conspicuously absent at the same time.
  44. the industry
    Netflix Is Still Adding a Ton of Subscribers But Not As Fast As It Once DidThe good news? Summer was better than spring for the streamer.
  45. how mysterious
    The Secret to a Good Mystery Movie? It Isn’t the SurpriseMichael Green, the writer behind Blade Runner 2049 and two Agatha Christie adaptations, reveals the key to resurrecting a whodunit for the screen.
  46. the industry
    Stepmother vs. Godmother: Idina Menzel and Billy Porter in Talks for CinderellaAn icy chill shoots up John Travolta’s spine. Oh no, not again.
  47. money moves
    Thanks, Apple: Alfonso Cuarón is Hollywood’s Next Big Development-Deal RecipientApple backs up the money truck.
  48. the industry
    Netflix Orders Japan Sinks 2020 From Director Masaaki YuasaA fun little show about environmental collapse!
  49. finding dory
    Search Party Will Return for a Third (and Fourth!) Season on HBO MaxWhen the cult hit returns in spring 2020, it’ll shift from Hitchcockian paranoia to a legal thriller.
  50. box office
    Joker’s Movie Theater Attendance Records Are More Than a Box Office WinAfter a strategic six-week marketing campaign, the R-rated film’s record-breaking opening affirms the superhero genre once again.
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