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Steven Soderbergh on
, Filmmaking, and the Weinstein Scandal
“I would argue in a very basic way that it’s a completely different thing from a video game.”
what could have been
This Is What Season 3 of
Would’ve Looked Like
Per Steven Soderbergh, of course.
Gets Officially Canceled by Cinemax After 2 Seasons
You were good, Thack.
inside amy schumer but out of the box
Inside Amy Schumer
It really nails the hissy fits.
The Business of Too Much TV
There are more great shows in production now than ever before — but it’s never been harder to make one.
accentuate the positive (and the negative)
Ranking American Accents of TV’s Foreign Actors
We gave leading dialect coaches a list of foreign-born actors portraying Americans on TV. Here’s their breakdown of the imitation game.
Set With Steven Soderbergh, Binge Director
He can make a whole season almost as fast as you can watch it.
Steven Soderbergh Is Doing Some Next-Level Work on
Let’s take a moment to appreciate what we’re watching.
Recap: You Didn’t Look Like You Were Part of Anything
Thomas Edison rears his head (by proxy).
skin in the game
Sets a New Time Record for TV Nudity
Your TV Nudity Clock, or When Do Cable Shows Get Naked?