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  • TV Picks: 'Tiny Tiny Talk Show,' Whitney Rice

    TV Picks: 'Tiny Tiny Talk Show,' Whitney Rice
    "Tiny Tiny Talk Show" (Ora TV, new episodes Tuesdays and Thursdays); Whitney Rice (YouTube). A digital presentation of the Web network co-owned by Larry King, this "late-night" online mini-show lives up, or down, to its name, concluding its business in a dozen minutes or less, before an audience of a dozen people or less, on a set close if not quite a closet. (There will only be 11 episodes, for now or forever, so it is tiny in that way, as well.) The budget, too, evidently is small, though the show owns its modesty with a handmade, thrift store let's-do-this charm. In the accelerated, compressed, pocket-sized way we live now, it gets in a monologue, a couple of interviews, games, challenges and sketches into its cartoon-episode length without feeling at all meager. (That it has to move fast is a part of the joke, as in "30-second slumber party," which includes a prank call, talking about boys and guest Gillian Jacobs challenged to "tell us a really scary story in one sentence.") Indeed, in its very smallness it has been fashioned to reflect and promote its co-producer Keek, a short-short-form, video-based social media platform you may have never have heard of until reading this sentence -- a likelihood that increases exponentially with your age. Ora advertises the program as being expressly "for millennials," which is to say its rota of guests will probably not include any wrinkled, gray elderlies to distress young minds -- except if Bill Murray wanted to come on, of course -- but will definitely feature ones so second-decade-of-the-21st-century that even Generation Y-sters will have to look them up on Wikipedia.
  • ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles': Seth Green on voicing Leonardo

    Fans of Nickelodeon's “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” are in for an otherworldly Season 2 finale on Friday, but they won't […]

    CANNES: Easternlight Fires Up Animated 'Legend of a Rabbit' Sequel

    Easternlight has taken over the international sales duties of big-budget Chinese animated feature "Legend of a Rabbit: Martial of Fire 3D." The film is a sequel to "Legend of a Rabbit," the 2011 film that is the only Chinese CGI-animated feature to...

    John Fasano Dead: Writer, Director, Producer Dies at 52

    Writer, producer and director John Fasano died in his sleep Saturday night. He was 52. In a career that career spanned more than 25 years, Fasano had more than 40 credits on feature films and primetime television as a writer, director or producer. His...

    Disney XD Orders Jon Heder Animated Series 'Pickle & Peanut'

    Disney XD has ordered "Pickle & Peanut," an animated buddy comedy featuring Jon Heder and Johnny Pemberton. Series hails from "Fish Hooks" creator Noah Z. Jones and developed by Joel Trussell. Show from Disney Television Animation will use a mix of 2-D...