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Past articles by Anne:

Everything You Need To Know About New Streaming Service Paramount+

With content from its established brands, namesake movie studio, and a planned slate of originals, the streamer looks to appeal to all market segments with everything from blockbuster movies to sports to news to kids TV. → Read More

Cate Blanchett Asks Some Tough Questions About The Women’s Movement In ‘Mrs. America’

On the series, and while doing press, Blanchett has an inquisitive mind, searching to understand how America has evolved amid the fight for equal rights. → Read More

Has Controversial Series ‘The Biggest Loser’ Changed For The Better? Host And New Trainer Detail Evolution Amid Changing Attitudes About Weight Loss

The series, in which contestants compete for a cash prize by losing weight, has been called out for what many consider unhealthy practices. → Read More

#PayUpHollywood Attempting To Change Pay And Working Conditions For Entertainment Industry Assistants

The hashtag has revealed the low pay and extreme circumstances that many entry level entertainment employees have been subjected to for years. → Read More

‘The Morning Show’ Director Mimi Leder Knows Her Stuff But Is Never Truly Comfortable In Her Role

Prolific director Leder has an extensive background, but views each new series as a challenge. → Read More

Writer Explains ‘Playing With Fire’s’ Curious Journey From Concept To Creation

What began as a simple discovery resulted in a 14 year journey, and ended with a feature film. → Read More

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EP Kerry Ehrin Crafts A Complicated, Universal Narrative In Apple’s New Series ‘The Morning Show’

Having worked in television for years, Ehrin brings her extensive knowledge of what happens behind the scenes to the new series. → Read More

‘Law & Order: SVU’s’ Peter Scanavino Details His Transition Out Of The Squad Room And Into The Courtroom As The Series New Assistant District Attorney

Shifting from cop to lawyer on the historic series has been a bit scary for the actor, but he welcomes the challenge. → Read More

'BH90210' Is Back On The Air, And It's As Off The Wall As Expected

Thirty years after the original series, the older, but maybe not wiser, cast of 'Beverly Hills 90210' are back with a new show that riffs on the original. → Read More

‘Walking Dead’ Star Norman Reedus on Why Fans Shouldn’t Look to Daryl as a Leader in Season 9

‘Walking Dead’ star Norman Reedus on ‘BFF’ Andrew Lincoln’s departure, and how the women behind the show have made changes in Season 9. → Read More

‘Mayans MC’ Stars Edward James Olmos and Emilio Rivera Talk Violence and Stereotypes on TV

'Mayans MC' star Edward James Olmos on FX's new show: 'Everyone is going to have an opinion about it. Just like we all have A-holes, we all have opinions.' → Read More

Alison Brie and Marc Maron Talk ‘Glow’ Season 2 and What Nobody Knows About Wrestling

Marc Maron and Alison Brie of Netflix's hit 'GLOW' explain why being a wrestler is a lot like doing stand-up comedy, ahead of the season 2 release. → Read More

‘Variety’ Hosts Gender Parity Panel a Day After Being Denounced for Sexism

Women in Hollywood took to Twitter to slam 'Variety' yesterday for the lack of female representation on their upcoming A Night In The Writers' Room panel. The outcry came on the eve of their day-long event on the topic of gender parity in entertainment. → Read More

‘The Americans’ Star Holly Taylor Talks On-Set Dynamics and Learning to Cry on Cue

Star of 'The Americans,' 20-year-old Holly Tayler, talks about how she feels watching back over scenes from her teenage years, learning about the Cold War in school vs. on set, and why she never wants to work on an '80s period show again (or at least for a while). → Read More

Did ‘Brockmire’ Just Break the Mold For Sports TV Shows?

IFC's 'Brockmire' might be about an ethically challenged baseball announcer (played by Hank Azaria). But in many ways, it's not really about baseball at all. In fact, it shows very little baseball on screen. It's about the love of the game, and all the truly flawed people who work behind the scenes. → Read More

‘Trading Spaces’ Host Has Quite the Theory on Why the Reboot’s Topping Ratings

'Trading Spaces' just gave network TLC it's best Saturday night in ratings in eight years. So what do people love so much about the redecoration show? Host Paige Davis has a theory. → Read More

Everything ESPN Is Doing to Boost Ratings—And Why It Isn’t Working

ESPN has lost 13 million subscribers in the last seven years, and despite desperate attempts, the numbers keep falling. New morning show, 'Get Up!' debuted 24 points lower than last year's show in that slot, and ESPN+, the networks streaming service, is quickly proving redundant. → Read More

The Stats About Untested Rape Kits Revealed in HBO’s ‘I Am Evidence’ Are Appalling

In 2009, Michigan prosecutor Kym Worthy discovered nearly 11,000 untested rape kits languishing in a run-down police warehouse in her district. That was only the tip of the iceberg. → Read More

Will Katie Couric Ask the Tough Questions on Her New Show?

It’ll be interesting to see how Couric tackles the issue of gender inequality within her series—hopefully asking the questions that need to be addressed. → Read More