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  • First Look: 'Victoria' Star Jenna Coleman

    First Look: 'Victoria' Star Jenna Coleman in BBC’s 'The Cry'

    Production has begun in Melbourne, Australia on psychological drama “The Cry,” starring “Victoria” actress Jenna Coleman. The BBC also released first look images for the four-part drama which is produced by Synchronicity Films for BBC One. Co-starring Ewen Leslie the new drama sees Coleman star as a woman travelling with her husband and baby from [...]

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    Benicio del Toro Joins 'Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo' as Exec Producer (EXCLUSIVE)

    Benicio del Toro has joined the documentary “The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo” as its executive producer, Variety has learned exclusively. Directed by Phillip Rodriguez, the film explores the life of Oscar Zeta Acosta, who was a firebrand Chicano lawyer, writer, activist, and the real-life inspiration behind Hunter S. Thompson’s Dr. Gonzo in [...]

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    Our Staff Picks: TV Shows to Watch the Week of Feb. 19, 2018

    Welcome back to Tune In: our weekly newsletter offering a guide to the best of the week’s TV. Each week, Variety’s TV team combs through the week’s schedule, selecting our picks of what to watch and when/how to watch them. This week, “The Walking Dead” resumes its eighth season while “Ash vs. Evil Dead” kicks [...]

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    'Good Girls' Creator Jenna Bans on How Donald Trump's Election Fueled Her

    What happens when good girls go bad? That’s the question at the root of Jenna Bans’ new NBC drama “Good Girls,” which finds three friends — played by Retta, Mae Whitman and Christina Hendricks — pushed to their limits by extraordinary situations. Each of their own reasons, they end up robbing a grocery store — and [...]

  • Berlin: The Rules for International TV

    Berlin: The Rules for International TV Drama May Be Changing

    While there’s arguably never been a better time for international TV series, a panel of key European players gathering in Berlin on Monday addressed the challenges of developing internationally co-produced dramas for the global market, with a sense that the old rules don’t apply anymore. Look to Norway for proof of that. After years of making dark [...]

  • TV Divorce

    The TV Divorce: For Couples Who Can't Agree on What to Watch

    Leave it to a TV event that brings the nations of the world together to drive my wife and me apart. Ever since the Winter Games began a few weeks ago in Pyeongchang, her body has been wedged to our living-room couch as tightly as a luger on a fiberglass sled. And just like I [...]

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    TV Ratings: Winter Olympics Lose Steam Over Weekend

    The 2018 Winter Olympics from Pyeongchang, South Korea, started to show clear signs of fatigue in the Nielsen ratings over the weekend. On Friday, NBC and NBC Sports’ combined primetime coverage averaged  13.0 rating in metered market households, matching the competition low in that measure set on Thursday night. According to total audience delivery data, 19.2 million [...]

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