Julia Louis-Dreyfus' narcissistic vice president on HBO's "Veep" is only in favor of pressing the flesh and smiling brightly when it benefits her - the kind of lead you just love to see fail. Luckily…
The first season of “Veep” had its moments, but the praise heaped on this rather obvious political comedy gave it the distinction of being HBO's second-most-overrated half-hour. Season two yields…
The kudo pays tribute to an actor or exec who has made a significant and meaningful impact in television.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Weekend:$24.5M
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 22Weekend:$16.6M
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy3Weekend:$8.0M Disney
Sony Pictures Entertainment has promoted Kim Hatamiya to VP, diversity and inclusion, people and organization, a post in which she will promote diversity through Sony's Spectrum initiative.
She may be an veteran at comedy but she's brand new at portraying a politician. Or at least playing one on TV.
Essentially a limp version of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" against a D.C. backdrop, with Julia Louis-Dreyfus gamely playing to the absurdity of the situations, but yielding only modest returns.
Terry City has joined Internet hub BuzzFeed as veep of West Coast sales, focusing on the entertainment industry.
HBO is casting a wide net to lure viewers to both "Girls" and "Veep," making the premiere episodes of both comedy series available to nonsubscribers.