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  • Amazon's Test After 'Transparent': Can Studio Maintain Its Momentum?

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Amazon Studios, an upstart trying to stand out amid a veritable glut of new television shows, is placing its original series bets on a core principle: The showrunner is (usually) right, and the studio's job is to pick the right...
  • What's worth watching, and what's not, this fall

    DON'T MISS IT The show you can't miss this fall is not on network TV, cable or even Netflix. "Transparent," a dark comedy about the most dysfunctional family since the Bluths of "Arrested Development," belongs to Amazon Studios, which is fast becoming...
  • Alexis Bledel and Co. have 'Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' reunion

    Alexis Bledel and Co. have 'Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' reunion
    Somehow, they found their way back to each other: The cast of "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" has reunited for brunch. Alexis Bledel, Blake Lively, America Ferrera and Amber Tamblyn got together earlier this week for a quick bite, according to...
  • Netflix orders two seasons of the Judd Apatow comedy 'Love'

    Netflix orders two seasons of the Judd Apatow comedy 'Love'
    Netflix is showing Judd Apatow some "Love." The online streaming service has ordered two seasons of "Love," a half-hour comedy created and written by Apatow, Lesley Arfin and Paul Rust.   The series follows a couple, played by Rust and Gillian...
  • 'This is Where I Leave You' is stock dysfunction

    'This is Where I Leave You' is stock dysfunction
    ** (out of four) Of the few truths depicted in the bland, R-rated family comedy “This is Where I Leave You”—other than “emotions are hard” and “man, emotions are hard!”—two are that Adam Driver (“...
  • REVIEW: 'This is Our Youth' at Cort Theatre

    REVIEW: 'This is Our Youth' at Cort Theatre
    NEW YORK — In its home base of Chicago, the Steppenwolf Theatre Company's studiolike production of Kenneth Lonergan's closely observed and emotionally potent “This Is Our Youth” was an intimate, immersive affair. With the audience seated...
  • Broadway Review: 'This Is Our Youth' Starring Michael Cera

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Steppenwolf's revival of "This Is Our Youth," Kenneth Lonergan's 1996 play about disaffected rich kids in the Reagan era, might be re-titled (or marketed as) "These Are Your Parents." These post-adolescent slackers living on...
  • 'Behaving Badly' certainly does

    'Behaving Badly' certainly does
    "Behaving Badly" is a dreadful sex comedy that gets worse and worse as its dopey story snowballs into relative incoherence. The film's starry supporting cast is proof positive that actors — even onetime Oscar nominees — just want to act....
  • For 'The Killing,' closure is less than thrilling

     For 'The Killing,' closure is less than thrilling
    Form trumps function in the final six episodes of the critically divisive "The Killing," which lands on Netflix on Friday. Many less beset and troubled shows have been canceled without benefit of conclusion or coda over the years, but shifts in viewer...
  • TV Picks: 'Altman,' 'Poirot,' Cartoon Hangover shorts, 'The Killing'

    TV Picks: 'Altman,' 'Poirot,' Cartoon Hangover shorts, 'The Killing'
    "Altman" (Epix, Wednesday). Ron Mann, the director of the documentaries "Twist" and "Comic Book Confidential," has made a movie about Robert Altman. There is no American director working in my lifetime whose work has meant more to me than Altman, and...
  • Palestinian-Americans return to Jordan for culture clash nuptials in 'May in the Summer'

    The religious and cultural fault lines of the Middle East get thoroughly blurred in "May in the Summer," the second feature film from the Palestinian-American actress-writer-director Cherien Dabis ("Amreeka"). The setting and various religious rifts...