Leigh Blickley, HuffPost

Leigh Blickley

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • HuffPost
  • HuffPost Canada
Past:
  • Yahoo
  • HuffPost India
  • HuffPost Australia
  • HuffPost SouthAfrica

Recent articles by Leigh:

How Pandemic-Produced 'Saturday Night Seder' Became An Emmy Contender

Benj Pasek's digital seder raised over $3.5 million for the CDC Foundation and charmed millions with its theatrical and technical flair. Now, it could ea... → Read More

These TV Dramas Tackled Police Violence Head On, But Hollywood Backed Away

The showrunners of "The Red Line," "Seven Seconds" and “Shots Fired” discuss how representation in the industry affects a whole lot more than casting. → Read More

'S.W.A.T.' Creator Aaron Rahsaan Thomas Knows Cop Shows Need To Do Better

Thomas hopes the protests against police brutality will not only spark legitimate change in our country, but in Hollywood's storytelling. → Read More

The Final Season Of ‘Game Of Thrones’ Made The Entire Series Unwatchable

Season 8's unfortunate misfires may be the reason viewers aren't revisiting the show in quarantine. → Read More

How Educational Kid Shows Are Mobilizing To Rescue Overburdened Parents

Creators want to entertain and inform our quarantined children while also giving exhausted caregivers a much needed boost. → Read More

Quibi Sent These Podcasters A Cease-And-Desist, So Now They’re Out For Blood

“Streamiverse” hosts Rob Dezendorf and Danielle Gibson were the mobile video platform’s biggest fans, until the company tried to shut them down. → Read More

Ben Affleck's Way Back

Honesty is enticing, especially when it comes from the mouth of a Hollywood man. → Read More

Lauren And Cameron Of 'Love Is Blind' Talk Representation In The White World Of Dating Shows

Lauren Speed and Cameron Hamilton stop by HuffPost's "Here To Make Friends" podcast to recount their unconventional courtship. → Read More

'Love Is Blind' Is Blinding (And Addictive)

Netflix's bonkers new reality dating show tries to be "The Bachelor" for the age of Tinder. → Read More

What You Didn't See In The Taylor Swift Documentary 'Miss Americana'

Director Lana Wilson shares details from her eye-opening examination of a global superstar. → Read More

'The Assistant' Examines The Toxic Workplace Culture That Protected Harvey Weinstein

Julia Garner and writer-director Kitty Green discuss predatory bosses and the system that silences accusers. → Read More

The Clintons Shed Light On Monica Lewinsky Scandal In 'Hillary' Docuseries

The Clintons address how the former president's affair impacted their family in a new docuseries, which tracks how Hillary pushed forward in the face of sexism. → Read More

The Clintons Shed Light On Monica Lewinsky Scandal In 'Hillary' Docuseries

The Clintons address how the former president's affair impacted their family in a new docuseries, which tracks how Hillary pushed forward in the face of sexism. → Read More

Taylor Swift's 'Miss Americana' Is An Intimate Look At The Inner Turmoil Of A Superstar

The Netflix documentary dives into the singer's political coming out and addresses her unhealthy obsession with public approval. → Read More

Penn Badgley Considers That Mother Of A 'You' Theory

The actor, who plays sociopathic killer Joe Goldberg on the Netflix series, reads your theories and, yes, laughs at all the memes. → Read More

'The Politician' Falls For The Biggest Temptation Of All

Ryan Murphy's first outing with Netflix promises a Ben Platt reinvention. Instead, we get more of the same. → Read More

From Emmys To Oscars? How 'Downton Abbey' Could Become A Successful Film Franchise

Creator Julian Fellowes and actor Allen Leech discuss the television series' movie follow-up, which conquered the weekend box office. → Read More

Go To The 'Downton Abbey' Movie For Escapism, Stay For The Dames

The cast of the beloved TV series discusses the motion picture event, which once again highlights Maggie Smith and Penelope Wilton's brilliant on-screen ... → Read More

The Lumineers Challenge Music Industry Rules With 'III'

The ambitious rollout of their cinematic new album has been slow and steady, and it's paying off. → Read More

How Paul Walker Cracked Open The '90s 'Golden Boy' Schtick

"Pleasantville," "Varsity Blues" and "She's All That" featured the actor as a high school jock, but he continually played with the audience's expectations of the stereotype. → Read More