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Odd Couple's Thomas Lennon to Star in Fox's Dan the Weatherman Pilot

Odd Couple's Thomas Lennon to Star in Fox's Dan the Weatherman Pilot
Things are looking right as rain for Odd Couple alum Thomas Lennon, who has been tapped to play the title role in Fox’s single-camera comedy pilot Dan the Weatherman, TVLine has learned.

Written by Steve Dildarian (The Life & Times of Tim), the prospective series centers on a weatherman who, after getting fired from his cushy gig at a local TV station, reluctantly ends up working at the neighboring Spanish TV station.

Seth Gordon (The Goldbergs) will direct the pilot.

Arguably best known for his role as Lieutenant Jim Dangle in the late, great Comedy Central cop spoof Reno
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Let’s Get The Life and Times of Tim Back on Television

It’s almost hard to believe it’s been five years since The Life and Times of Tim aired on HBO. I remember when the show was canceled and people online were clamoring to try and raise money to get it back. At that time crowdfunding wasn’t nearly as popular as it is now. But my theory is that if Rufio can get his own short movie, then why can’t Steve Dildarian get Life and Times of Tim back on the air? The Life & Times of Tim was an HBO comedy animated television series, which premiered on September 28, 2008. The

Let’s Get The Life and Times of Tim Back on Television
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Amazon Pilot Reviews: All the 2017 Entries, Ranked Worst to Best

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Amazon Pilot Reviews: All the 2017 Entries, Ranked Worst to Best
Amazon released five new pilots on Friday, and it’s up to viewers to determine which ones get picked up. “The Legend of Master Legend,” “Budding Prospects,” “The New V.I.P.’s,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “Oasis” make up the 2017 Amazon pilot season. Some are good, some are bad, but the power lies with all of us to determine which are worthy of a full season order. Read our reviews below to get a little insight into each offering, and watch the episodes for yourself right here.

The Legend of Master Legend

John Hawkes can’t catch a break. When he nabbed the lead in Charlie Kaufman’s FX pilot — Charlie Kaufman — it didn’t get picked up. He landed an Oscar nomination for “The Sessions,” but his follow-ups have meant diddly-squat comparatively. Sure, he stole a few scenes in “Lincoln” and got to take part in Amy Schumer’s amazing sketch,
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Amazon Pilots: Amy Sherman-Palladino’s ‘Gilmore Girls’ Follow-Up and a ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Goes to Space

Amazon is delivering some prime content (see what we did there?) for its spring season of pilots.

On March 17, the streaming service will launch its new pilot season, which will consist of two hourlong pilots and three half-hour pilots. Amazon claims that after watching the pilots, its customers can review them, which offers feedback on which series will become the next Amazon Original Series.

Read More: Amazon Pilot Reviews: ‘The Tick,’ Jillo Soloway’s ‘I Love Dick’ & ‘Jean-Claude Van Johnson,’ Ranked

Check out first-look photos and a rundown of each of the pilots below:


Good-bye, Robb Stark. Hello, space chaplain! “Game of Thrones” star Richard Madden trades his winter furs for a clerical collar to play an English pastor who must leave his wife and become a missionary, based on the Michel Faber sci-fi novel “The Book of Strange New Things.” Instead of being sent to a new country though,
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The Magic School Bus Is Coming Back!

  Well, we can all thank Netflix aka The Pet Sematary again. Ms. Frizzle and the gang will make a return to television thanks to the streaming giant. The Magic Schoolbus 360 will deliver 26 half hour CGI episodes, which will air in the Fall of 201. And, there are celebrity cameos to look forward to. Don't worry, some original cast members signed on to return as well. It's hard to believe the original television show only aired for four seasons, back in 1994. 

  Can you stand the wait? Well, let's hope the show has more moments like the clip below... And, it could be pretty educational too. The reboot will be headed by 9 Story Media Group, Scholastic, and Netflix jointly. Someone get them to bring back The Life and Times of Tim (search YouTube).
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Streamy Winner ‘Brooklyn Sound’ Among Development Deal Winners At 2016 New York Television Festival

As it does every year, the New York Television Festival (Nytvf) used the last week in October to hand out awards and development deals to independent web series creators. This year’s biggest hits included Steve Dildarian’s The Worst Husband, which won the Nytvf Critics Award as well as one of two “Best of the Fest” prizes, as well as Streamy Award winner Brooklyn Sound, which earned one of the ten development deals handed out at the festival.

The Worst Husband was one of the most high-profile projects in the Nytvf field; previously, Dildarian served as the creator of the HBO cult hit The Life and Times of Tim. His latest show topped all challengers in the Nytvf’s Independent Pilot Competition. Medium Well, a comedy about an aspiring chef, earned the other Best of the Fest award by being selected as the festival’s best script.

When I
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Interview: Nick Kroll Starts it Up in ‘Adult Beginners’

Chicago – Finding the adult button and hitting “on” is becoming more of a challenge as the tech generation morphs into their thirtysomething era. Comedian Nick Kroll (“Kroll Show,” “The League”) ponders this situation in the new film “Adult Beginners,” a primer on growing up and moving on.

Kroll portrays Jake, a entrepreneur whose new tech gadget goes bust. Left with no life and no income, he moves back in with his sister (Rose Byrne) and brother-in-law (Bobby Cannavale). There is a twist – Jake’s nephew Teddy needs a daytime caregiver, and Nick is now available. As he takes on his new duties, he begins to understand that life has different angles, especially when it comes to raising children.

Nick Kroll Portrays Jake in ‘Adult Beginners

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Nick Kroll is a multi-tasker. After graduating from college in 2001, he began his career as a stand-up and in improvisation groups, and
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Pilot Spotlight: 'Down Dog'

Blessed with good looks, a winning smile, hippie parents, and a sunny California upbringing, life has been relatively easy for Logan Wood so far. After nearly four decades of coasting along through countless women and random jobs, he now teaches yoga to the hot moms, trophy wives and aspiring celebrities of Santa Monica and Venice Beach.

But when Logan breaks up with his successful older girlfriend Amanda (Paget Brewster), who happens to be the owner of the yoga studio, things start to get complicated for the first time.

Down Dog is a satirical comedy pilot written by Robin Schiff (Are You There Chelsea?) that stars Josh Casaubon (I Just Want My Pants Back), Lyndsy Fonseca (How I Met Your Mother), Will Greenberg (Halt and Catch Fire), Andrea Savage (The Life and Times of Tim), Amir Talai (American Dad), Alysia Reiner (Orange is the New Black) – with Kris Kristofferson (Lone Star
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Amazon Sets Premiere for 13 Pilots, Including The Man in the High Castle, Carlton Cuse's Civil War Drama

Amazon Studios’ first pilot season of 2015 will debut Thursday, Jan. 15, unveiling seven drama and comedy projects as well as a half-dozen kid-centric pilots.

Already due to debut via Amazon Studios this year are the first full seasons of Bosch, Hand of God and Red Oaks, plus Season 2 of Transparent. (Chris Carter’s The After meanwhile just had its series order scrapped.)

The dramas and comedies are as follows (click photos to zoom):

Cocked | Created by Samuel Baum (Lie to Me) and Sam Shaw (Manhattan), this drama stars Sam Trammell (True Blood) as a man who 20 years ago left his
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Amazon Announces 7 Pilots For 2015

As Netflix continues to assert itself as a major television company with such acclaimed series as House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, Amazon Studios is racing to catch up by ordering series it hopes will be equally well-received. So far, Amazon has scored one big hit in the form of Jeffrey Tambor-led dramedy Transparent, and it hopes to find some more in the new lineup of pilots, which will be made available for viewing as part of the company’s first pilot season of 2015.

Enclosed are descriptions of all seven pilots, courtesy of Deadline. The talented involved on all of them is impressive, to say the least. Mad Dogs comes from Cris Cole (The Bill) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield), while The Man In The High Castle hails from Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files). Carlton Cuse (Lost, The Strain) and Randall Wallace (Braveheart) are behind Point Of Honor,
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Amazon Studios announces it pilot season line-up for 2015

Amazon has announced its pilot season line-up of original programming for 2015, with seven shows featuring in total, including pilots from the likes of Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files), Carlton Cuse (Lost), Ridley Scott (Prometheus) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield).

The seven new pilots premiering early next year will include hour-long shows Cocked from Sam Baum (Lie to Me) and Sam Shaw (Manhattan ), Mad Dogs from Cris Cole (The Bill) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield), The Man in the High Castle from Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files), and Point of Honor from Carlton Cuse (Lost) and Randall Wallace (Braveheart). The three half-hour pilots are Down Dog from Robin Schiff (Are You There, Chelsea?) and Salem Rogers from newcomer Lindsey Stoddart, as well as The New Yorker Presents, a docu-series pilot produced in cooperation with America.s most award-winning magazine. Here’s the full details


Cocked stars Sam Trammell (True Blood) as Richard Paxson,
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We chat with '22 Jump Street' breakout twins the Lucas Bros.

We chat with '22 Jump Street' breakout twins the Lucas Bros.
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill go undercover as improbable college students in 22 Jump Street, in theaters now, and one of the film’s comedic highlights is the duo’s new dorm-mates, the Yang Twins: a fictional pair of hilarious, heavy-lidded, perpetually narcotized twins who finish each other’s sentences played by the Lucas Bros, a real-life pair of hilarious, heavy-lidded, perpetually narcotized twins who finish each other’s sentences.

Kenny and Keith Lucas have a show on Fox’s animation block (Lucas Bros. Moving Co.), a new sketch series they’re working on for TruTV, and a burgeoning stand-up and film career,
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Oscars: Could Critical Favorites 'Act Of Killing' & 'Stories We Tell' Miss Out On Documentary Nominations?

Over the past weeks and months, we've used this space to take a close look at almost every Oscar category (bar the shorts: we'll focus on those once the nominations are out and we've seen the films), and making our rolling predictions in the process. Just in time for Christmas, we've reached the end, with just one category left: Documentary. We made our picks of the best documentaries of 2013 last week, and there's a fair amount of crossover with the 15-strong shortlist announced by the Academy a few weeks ago. We included "The Act of Killing," "Blackfish," "Cutie and the Boxer," "God Loves Uganda," "Stories We Tell" and "20 Feet From Stardom," all put forward by the Oscar nominating committee, who also picked "The Armstrong Lie," "The Crash Reel," "Dirty Wars," "First Cousin Once Removed," "Life According To Sam," "Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer," "The Square," "Tim's Vermeer" and "Which Way
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Producers Guild’s Documentary Nominees Include ‘We Steal Secrets,’ ‘Life According to Sam’

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Producers Guild’s Documentary Nominees Include ‘We Steal Secrets,’ ‘Life According to Sam’
Alex Gibney’s “We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks” and Sean Fine’s and Andrea Nix Fine’s “Life According to Sam” are among the nominees for the Producers Guild of America’s 2014 award for documentaries, the PGA announced on Tuesday. The other nominees are “A Place at the Table,” “Far Out Isn’t Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story” and “Which Way Is the Front Line From Here? The Life and Times of Tim Hetherington.” None of the nominated films were nominated for the top award by the International Documentary Association or the Cinema Eye Honors, the two most prestigious groups that honor.
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Cutie among Cinema Eye honourees

Cutie among Cinema Eye honourees
Cinema Eye Honors has announced its nominees for the 7th Annual Nonfiction Film Awards. Forty feature films and six shorts will vie for this year’s Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking.

Five films are competing for Cinema Eye’s top award, Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Feature Filmmaking: Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Act Of Killing, Martha Shane and Lana Wilson’s After Tiller, Zachary Heinzerling’s Cutie And The Boxer (pictured), Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel’s Leviathan and Sarah Polley’s Stories We Tell.

Cutie And The Boxer led all films with six nominations, while The Act Of Killing received five. Heinzerling and the directing duos of Castaing-Taylor and Paravel and Shane and Wilson all led individual nominees with four nominations apiece.

Cinema Eye also announced nominees for their inaugural award for Nonfiction Films Made for Television. Four of the six nominees are from HBO Documentary Films, including Lucy Walker’s The Crash Reel, Dawn Porter’s Gideon
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Camerimage unveils competition line-up

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Camerimage unveils competition line-up
Sebastian Junger and Andrea Nix Fine among filmmakers screening in competition at the cinematography festival.

Camerimage , the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography (Nov 16-23), has revealed its 2013 line-up of films screening in six of the festival’s competition sections.

The 21st edition of Camerimage will screen more than 300 feature and short films, grouped into 24 sections, including 10 competitions. There are films from 50 countries around the world.

Around 30 films will receive their European premieres in Bydgoszcz, and more that 50 will have their Polish premieres.

The Golden Frog, Silver Frog and Bronze Frog awards will be bestowed upon competition titles representing the greatest achievements in cinematography. In the Student Etudes Competition, the Festival awards Golden Tadpole, Silver Tadpole and Bronze Tadpole.

It was previously announced that Oscar-nominated cinematographer Sławomir Idziak (Black Hawk Down, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Gattaca) will be the recipient of the Festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

Competing films

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'The Act of Killing,' HBO's 'Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer' Among Selections of New York's Human Rights Watch Film Festival's 2013 Program

'The Act of Killing,' HBO's 'Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer' Among Selections of New York's Human Rights Watch Film Festival's 2013 Program
The 24th edition of The Human Rights Watch Film Festival will return to New York this summer from June 13-23 with a program of 20 films from across the globe calling for social change and fighting against injustice. The festival will open on June 13 with a fundraising Benefit Night, featuring a screening of Sebastian Junger's moving tribute "Which Way Is the Front Line From Here? The Life and Times of Tim Hetherington." The Main program will kick off the next day, with Freida Mock's "Anita" set as the opening night film, and the award-winning drama "Tall As the Baobab Tree," closing the festival with a screening on June 23. In addition to being picked for their social stances, each film on this year's lineup will be categorized into one of this year's four themes, which will be Traditional Values and Human Rights, Crises and Migration, Focus on Asia, and Human Rights in the United States.
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Famed War Journalist Sebastian Junger on Slain Friend Tim Hetherington: 'When He Died, I Left War'

Famed War Journalist Sebastian Junger on Slain Friend Tim Hetherington: 'When He Died, I Left War'
Sebastian Junger earned an Oscar nomination in 2010 for the first film he ever directed, "Restrepo," a documentary about American soldiers at war in Afghanistan. Little more than a year later, Junger would unwittingly begin work on a second documentary -- the tale of his "Restrepo" co-director, Tim Hetherington. Junger had planned on going to Libya with Hetherington but was unable to for personal reasons. Instead, the emotional interviews with those beside Hetherington when he  was wounded inspired a cinematic tribute, "Which Way Is the Front Line? The Life and Times of Tim
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Feel Free To Judge: Watch The 'Kroll Show' Series Premiere

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Nick Kroll, who you may have seen on VH1's Best Week Ever or possibly even recognized as a voice on The Life and Times of Tim but definitely saw his breakout role on FX's The League is breaking out with a show on his own on Comedy Central, and a la Dave Chappelle, or perhaps the latest successes Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, the network eventually said to hell with it, and just named the series after the guy's last name. Kroll Show will feature Nick portraying various characters, which should be funny because oh my gosh, he's wearing a dress! And now a moustache! Watch two scenes in the slideshow above, then if you're into it, check out Kroll Show's pilot episode over at Comedy Central and let us know what you think.

The Kroll Show premieres January 16th at 10:30pm on Comedy Central, following the season premiere of Workaholics.
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HBO Announces Documentary Film Lineup for 2013, including 'Mea Maxima Culpa' and 'Life and Times of Tim Hetherington'

HBO Announces Documentary Film Lineup for 2013, including 'Mea Maxima Culpa' and 'Life and Times of Tim Hetherington'
HBO announces their documentary lineup for the first half of 2013, including Alex Gibney's "Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God," Sebastian Junger's "Which Way is the Front Line from Here?: The Life and Times of Tim Hetherington" and Steven Pressman's "50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. and Mrs. Kraus." Synopses and dates for these and more titles below: Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence In The House Of God (debuting Feb. 4), directed by Alex Gibney (HBO’s Oscar®-winning “Taxi to the Dark Side), examines the abuse of power in the Catholic Church through the story of four courageous Deaf men who set out to expose the priest who sexually abused them. The film follows a cover-up that stretches from the row houses of Milwaukee through the bare ruined choirs of Ireland’s churches, all the way to the highest office of the Vatican. Kings Point
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