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The Flight Attendant
Friday, Jun. 17, 2022
Michael Waldron, head writer on Loki (Disney+), is no stranger to awards season. In 2020 as a producer/writer he was part of the contingent that earned Rick and Morty a primetime Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program. And earlier this year on the live-action front, Waldron was...
Friday, Aug. 13, 2021
First-time Emmy Nominees Share Insights Into Directing "Bridgerton," Editing "WandaVision," "The Flight Attendant"
Among the dozen Emmy nominations this season for Bridgerton is one that helps to give a little geographic balance to the awards portfolio of director Julie Anne Robinson who’s been lauded over the years with BAFTA TV Award nods for such BBC fare as the miniseries Viva Blackpool...
Friday, Jul. 16, 2021
Emmy-Nominated Directors Reflect On "Mare of Easttown," "WandaVision," "The Flight Attendant," "Ted Lasso"
Prior to this week’s announcement of the season’s Emmy nominations, SHOOT connected with various contenders going back to special Preview coverage starting in April and then this ongoing The Road to Emmy series of feature stories which started two months ago. As it turns out, a good...
Friday, Jun. 4, 2021
An Actor/Showrunner's POV On "The Good Lord Bird"; Director Insights Into "This Is Us," "WandaVision," "The Flight Attendant"
When he read James McBride’s novel, “The Good Lord Bird,” Ethan Hawke, a four-time Oscar nominee (two for Best Supporting Actor, two for Best Adapted Screenplay) knew this was a story he had to tell, his initial thoughts centering on adapting it for a feature film. But in his first meeting with...
Friday, May. 21, 2021
In some respects, the road to Sara K White’s first nomination for an Art Directors Guild (ADG) Excellence in Production Design Award went through The Wilds. That was the title of an Amazon series for which White production designed the pilot, marking her first collaboration with...
Monday, Apr. 19, 2021
Two more TV series will relocate to the California thanks to its film and TV tax credit program.
The TBS sitcom Chad (from Vancouver, British Columbia) and the HBO Max comedy-drama The Flight Attendant (from New York) will move to California for their second season of...