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  • Allison Tolman gets big break on 'Fargo'

    Allison Tolman gets big break on 'Fargo'
    Though set within the same frigid landscape as the 1996 Coen Brothers movie, the new FX series "Fargo" is not so much an adaptation as it is a close cousin. Two episodes in, it has revealed itself to be a show larded with sight gags, stubborn Midwestern manners, character quirks, black humor and oftentimes a serious and observant look at mangled humanity.
  • Record number vie for film tax credit. Lisa Kudrow's trying trial.

    Record number vie for film tax credit. Lisa Kudrow's trying trial.
    After the coffee. Before boning up on hockey terminology. The Skinny: I have too much TV viewing to do. I didn't finish "Fargo" last night and I haven't even started Monday's episodes of "Louie." And yes, I do watch more than FX. Today's roundup...

    A look at the Emmy races for movies, miniseries, talk shows and more

    After three years in which TV movies and miniseries were lumped together in one ungainly category, the television academy believes there's enough programming to again warrant a separation. (The acting awards remain combo affairs, however.) Were they...

    Q&A: Brad Falchuk and Noah Hawley Reap Benefits From Movie Stars' Move to TV

    Brad Falchuk ("American Horror Story") and Noah Hawley ("Fargo") didn't know each other well when they sat down for our Variety conversation, but by the time our hour together was over, the two showrunners had bonded over a mutual respect for their bosses...

    Writers' Rooms Vs. Solo Scribes: Where Does TV Creativity Flourish Best?

    The writers' room has become a staple of American television production. But look to our British friends across the pond, and they've got other ideas. Imagine: one writer, penning all the episodes of a show. No writers' room. No shared concept. Just...