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Kara Killmer Isn’t Grieving the End of ‘Chicago Fire’: “I Had a Lot of Time to Process Sylvie’s Exit”

Kara Killmer will be quick to tell you that playing her Firehouse 51 paramedic character Sylvie Brett has been daunting at times, while she focused on saving the lives of traumatized citizens for 10 years on NBC’s Chicago Fire. But, just as the resilient paramedic never wavered in fighting for a stranger’s life on the […]

Yes, Larry David Brings His Own Eggs to Country Club Meals

On the latest Curb Your Enthusiasm episode, Larry David (the character) is accused of being the anonymous writer of a letter griping about his Los Angeles country club. The letter, which is posted to the locker room bulletin board, is signed “Disgruntled” and grabs the attention of the club’s owner, Mr. Takahashi (Dana Lee), who […]

‘The Regime’ Team on How the Kate Winslet Series Portrays the “Danger of Power”

The cast and crew of The Regime descended upon the Museum of Natural History in New York City on Monday to celebrate the premiere of their new HBO project. The political satire series follows Kate Winslet’s Chancellor Elena Vernham as she becomes increasingly paranoid and unstable, turning to volatile soldier Herbert Zubak (Matthias Schoenaerts) as […]

‘Only Murders in the Building’ Season 4: Everything to Know About the Next Whodunnit

[This story includes major spoilers for season 3 of Only Murders in the Building.] Only Murders in the Building season 3 went out with a bang — literally. After revealing that the (spoiler alert!) producers of Death Rattle Dazzle, Cliff (Wesley Taylor) and Donna (Linda Emond), were the ones who killed Ben Glenroy (Paul Rudd) […]

As ‘The Rookie’ Reaches Its 100th Episode, Nathan Fillion Mulls Over the Show’s Hard-Won Success

The Rookie has graduated from primetime newbie to veteran TV show as it reaches its 100th episode, a milestone star and executive producer Nathan Fillion says tells you, “Whatever you’re doing, you’re doing something right.” Since debuting in 2018, the ABC police procedural has sustained faithful viewership amid both internal and industrywide obstacles, including the […]

Wendy Williams Doc Producers: “If We’d Known She Had Dementia, No One Would’ve Rolled a Camera”

“At a certain point,” says Where Is Wendy Williams? producer Mark Ford, “we were more worried about what would happen if we stopped filming than if we continued.” So, for the better part of a year, his cameras kept rolling, documenting the increasingly fragile state that the former talk show host had found herself in, […]

Bending the Elements: How ‘Avatar’ VFX Team Brought Aang, Koizilla and Animated World to Life for Netflix’s ‘The Last Airbender’

It’s no easy task to bring the world of animation into live-action. When it comes to Avatar: The Last Airbender, with its expansive kingdoms, mystical creatures and deities (and of course physical-defying bending abilities), the task might almost seem insurmountable. But VFX supervisors Jabbar Raisani and Marion Spates proved to be more than up for […]

Seth Meyers Discusses “Constantly Shifting Sands” Over 10 Years of ‘Late Night’

When Seth Meyers inaugurated his version of Late Night in 2014, the guests on his first show were Amy Poehler and then Vice President Joe Biden. Meyers will celebrate 10 years of as host of Late Night on Monday, when his guests will be … Amy Poehler and Joe Biden. NBC confirmed Monday afternoon that the […]

Jenna Coleman, Complex Characters and No Easy Answers: How ‘The Jetty’ Explores “Primal” Issues

Jenna Coleman had “avoided” playing a detective – until she was approached about playing rookie cop Ember Manning in a scenic lake town in Lancashire in North West England in BBC Studios’ The Jetty from creator and writer Cat Jones and Firebird Pictures. “What appealed to me was that the character of Ember was completely […]

‘Where Is Wendy Williams?’ Doc Explains TV Host’s Guardianship as Family Questions Her Care

The final episode of the four-part Lifetime documentary Where Is Wendy Williams? introduces a new character by way of former daytime talk show host Wendy Williams’ sister, Wanda, who, though initially hesitant, agreed to be a part of the film one year after production began. “It has been a long journey in terms of the […]

‘The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live’ Pair on Bringing That Iconic Comic Book Scene to Harrowing Life

[This story contains major spoilers from The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live series premiere.] There are a few iconic moments every Walking Dead fan knows right off the top of their head. Like the fall of the prison or Negan’s arrival via a bloody baseball bat. But those who only watch the AMC TV series, the […]

‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Stars on Bringing Animated Characters to Live Action: “We’re Weren’t Doing a Caricature”

After more than half a decade of development, Netflix unveiled its highly anticipated live- action Avatar: The Last Airbender on Friday. The show, adapted from Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko’s animated series that premiered in 2005, follows the beloved story of Aang, an Avatar who can bend all four elements — water, earth, fire […]

‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Boss Talks Top-Secret Casting Process, Stories Left Behind and Series Gameplan

The live-action series adaptation of the popular animated show Avatar: The Last Airbender has been a long time coming. And, like any great saga, hasn’t been without its share of challenges ahead of making it to the top of the mountain. Now, the eight-episode series, “Book One” is available in its entirety on Netflix. Geared […]

Behind the Ukrainian Series Made in the War Zone

In the opening scene of In Her Car, a young Ukrainian woman stands before the bombed-out wreckage of her family home, screaming her sister’s name. There’s been a Russian missile attack, and the house, like the woman’s life, lies in ruins. Two years into the Ukraine war — the second anniversary of the Russian invasion […]

Sam Waterston on His ‘Law & Order’ Goodbye and Getting to “Kill the Bull” One Last Time

[This story contains spoilers from the Feb. 22, 2024 episode of Law & Order, “Last Dance.”] Jack McCoy left the world of Law & Order the way he came into it — in a courtroom. Sam Waterston said goodbye to the long-running NBC franchise in Thursday’s episode, ending his 19-season, 405-episode run as prosecutor-turned-New York County […]

How ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Broke New Ground 20 Years Ago

Water. Earth. Fire. Air. In 2005, these four elements opened up a whole new world. A world filled with history, heroes, villains, deities and immense powers. While it has been said by pundits on numerous occasions that there will never be another modern mythology the likes of Middle-Earth, Star Wars or Harry Potter, they were […]