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Amazon officially announced that it will bring two additional seasons of comedy “Catastrophe,” written by and starring Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan, to U.S. subscribers. The e-commerce giant…
Sarah Jessica Parker has traded “Sex and the City” for “Divorce,” a new HBO comedy set to premiere this fall. Parker shared the first look at “Divorce” via her Instagram account on Wednesday morning…
Comcast has made a TV comedy about watching TV — which is in fact one big promo for its cable TV service. The cable operator has launched “Glued,” a six-episode short-form series about a married…
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HBO has submitted photographic proof of its long-term relationship with Sarah Jessica Parker, releasing the first image of its upcoming series “Divorce.” Billed as “the story of a very, very long…
Sarah Jessica Parker is eying her return to HBO. The “Sex and the City” star is expected to star in and exec produce HBO’s “Divorce,” although the pilot has not yet been greenlit, Variety has…
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In the first of what will likely be several pilot pickups Wednesday, ABC has ordered "Bad Management" from its own studio.
ABC joined the pilot pickup parade late Tuesday, greenlighting three dramas and one single-cam comedy.