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Angie Tribeca Cancelled After Four Seasons

Angie Tribeca cancelled after four seasons TBS has officially retired Angie Tribeca, according to Deadline. The comedy series starring Rashida Jones, and produced by Nancy and Steve Carrell, wrapped its fourth and final season in December joining the likes of other short-lived TBS comedies Wrecked and The Guest Book, both of which were cancelled in April. Are you sad to see Angie Tribeca canceled? Let us know in the comments below! RELATED: Jon Stewart’s Irresistible Adds Natasha Lyonne ...
Tags: Comedy, TV, Movies, TV News, Jon Stewart, Tbs, Hilary Swank, Satire, Natasha Lyonne, Nancy, Jones, Cancelled, Rashida Jones, Angie Tribeca, Steve Carrell, Andree Vermeulen


Jon Stewart’s Irresistible Adds Natasha Lyonne

Jon Stewart’s Irresistible adds Natasha Lyonne Jon Stewart has already assembled an ensemble cast for his next directorial effort, political drama Irresistible, and he has expanded the roster with the addition of Natasha Lyonne, star of the acclaimed Netflix sci-fi black comedy Russian Doll, according to Variety. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; go...
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Natasha Lyonne Joins Jon Stewart’s Political Drama ‘Irresistible’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Following her critically acclaimed Netflix series “Russian Doll,” Natasha Lyonne is heading back to the big screen. The actress is joining Steve Carell in the ensemble cast of Jon Stewart’s upcoming political drama “Irresistible.” The movie, also starring Topher Grace, Rose Byrne, and Chris Cooper, follows a Democrat political consultant (Carell) who helps a retired […]
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Kiernan Shipka Just Debuted Copper Hair At The Billboard Music Awards

After years of cool-toned blonde hair dominating Hollywood, a warmer, burnished red is trending. Just in case you didn't believe the dramatic, ultra-glossy shade would be the most-requested color in salons this spring, Hollywood cool girls — like Natasha Lyonne and Lola Kirke — have leaned into the color. Now, you can add Kiernan Shipka to that list thanks to her copper hair debut at the Billboard Music Awards tonight.For over the last decade, the former Mad Men star has been known for her crea...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Netflix, Natasha Lyonne, Kiernan Shipka, Lola Kirke, Sabrina, Shipka, Sabrina Spellman, Spellman, Mascara Alexandria Ocasio Cortez


Natasha Lyonne Just Went From Natural Blonde To Russian Doll Red

From Game of Thrones to Insecure, sometimes the hair on a show is so good that it becomes a star in and of itself. Russian Doll, the quirky Netflix comedy (or dramedy, depending on your mood), was definitely one of those shows, with lead actress Natasha Lyonne's lion's mane of scarlet curls practically stealing the scene in every shot.Now, three months after the hit series first aired, Lyonne has apparently looked to Nadia Vulvokov for inspiration for her own off-screen hair color (and a very o...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Netflix, Kylie Jenner, Natasha Lyonne, Nadia, New Black, Tribeca Film Festival, Kylie Jenner Travis Scott, Lyonne, Dagenais, Marcel Dagenais, Natasha Davines, Nadia Vulvokov


‘Wine Country’ Trailer: Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, and More Reunite for Netflix Comedy

Former Saturday Night Live co-stars Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, and Tina Fey shared the stage at the Academy Awards earlier this year, but you’ll soon be able to see them together again in a brand new Netflix comedy. It’s called Wine Country, and features that hilarious trio of women teaming up with fellow SNL alums Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Paula Pell, and Emily Spivey in a story about a group of women traveling to California’s Napa Valley to celebrate one of their characters’ birthday. Chec...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Nbc, Drama, California, Rebecca, Netflix, Broad City, Amy-Poehler, Tina-Fey, Parks and Recreation, Napa, Movie Trailers, Natasha Lyonne, Adam Sandler, Parks


Russian Doll has depth, and bodega scenes

In one of his recent media diet* posts, Jason mentioned Russian Doll. Russian Doll. Groundhog Day adjacent. Natasha Lyonne is mesmerizing. (B+) Natasha Lyonne is quite mesmerizing in Russian Doll, and both Greta Lee and Chloe Sevigny give layered performances around her curly bangs and gruff but sensitive delivery. But the Groundhog Day comparison sells it short. Russian Doll is all at once a New York story, a story of rediscovery, of addiction, of healing, of trauma, and of how visually ...
Tags: New York, Wes Anderson, Natasha Lyonne, Jason, Chloe Sevigny, Greta Lee, Lyonne, Chrysanthe Tenentes


Curly Bangs Are Finally Cool! How To Get 2019′s Hottest Hairstyle

We asked Sandra Oh's and Natasha Lyonne's hairstylists to share their top tips for rocking this trendy style.
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Natasha Lyonne Shares That She ‘Wants to Direct More Ads’ in Q&A

In February, Netflix released the first season of Russian Doll, an eight-episode comedy starring and created by actress Natasha Lyonne. The show, which Lyonne created with Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland, follows Nadia, a 36-year-old New Yorker in the midst of an existential crisis because she can't seem to stop dying--literally. Russian Doll not only...
Tags: General, Advertising, Amy Poehler, Natasha Lyonne, Nadia, Leslye Headland, Lyonne


Fresh Air Weekend: John Mulaney; Natasha Lyonne

Former SNL writer Mulaney was "absolutely terrified" to host the show. David Bianculli reviews What We Do in the Shadows. Lyonne says her own near death experience informed her work on Russian Doll.(Image credit: Netflix)
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Natasha Lyonne On Being A 'Tough Guy' And Finding Herself Inside 'Russian Doll'

Lyonne's character on the Netflix series Russian Doll keeps dying and coming back to life. It's a premise that strikes a chord with the actor; Lyonne had a near-death experience in 2005.(Image credit: Courtesy of Netflix)
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10 Best Michelle Williams Movies

10 Best Michelle Williams Movies Not to be confused with Carey Mulligan, Michelle Williams has proved time and time again to be one of the most prolific and important actresses currently working. Responsible for countless winning dramatic performances and even a couple comedic ones, Williams remains an instant hit-maker whenever her name is attached to a project. A four-time Oscar nominee, Michelle Williams was clearly born to act. Having worked with plenty of the greats — Martin Scorsese, C...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Movies, Oregon, Jake Gyllenhaal, Williams, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Manchester, Leonardo Dicaprio, Anne Hathaway, Heath Ledger, John Wayne, Ryan Gosling, Laura Dern, Natasha Lyonne, Kristen Stewart


Natasha Lyonne Talks Intersectionality, the Origins of ‘Russian Doll’ and the Necessity of Reality

Natasha Lyonne may have been in the spotlight for more than 30 years, but the lack of diversity and inclusion within the creative sphere still baffles her. “Be intersectional in all ways, and it will transition into gender,” the actress-writer-producer-director urged during her keynote at a female and non-binary-centered event outside of SXSW proper Sunday. […]
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‘Russian Doll’ Star Elizabeth Ashley on Her Early Stage Career

The force of nature born Elizabeth Ann Cole, and rechristened Elizabeth Ashley for stage and screen of the late 1950s, first drew the attention of critics and fans with her work in New York theater, garnering an early-career Tony Award for her portrayal of Mollie in the Broadway production of “Take Her, She’s Mine” in […]
Tags: New York, Features, Netflix, Broadway, Natasha Lyonne, Tony, Mollie, Elizabeth Ashley, Russian Doll, Elizabeth Ann Cole


Music Sync Roundup: Guild of Music Supervisors Awards, Robert Plant’s Green Book Soundtrack Role and More

This month's overview of the world of music sync by Emma Griffiths of Synchtank journeys from 2019 Guild of Music Supervisors Awards to Robert Plant’s role In Green Book soundtrack and far beyond. ______________________________ By Emma Griffiths of Synchtank Film and TV 2019 Guild of Music Supervisors Awards: Complete Winners List (Billboard) Music drama A Star Is Born was a big winner of the night, taking home the awards for best music supervision for a film budgeted o...
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Small-Screen Stream: ‘Russian Doll,’ ‘Lorena,’ And Other Female-Centric Series You Need to Catch Up On

(Welcome to Small-Screen Stream, a feature where we share the best television shows streaming and where you can watch them.) Hello and welcome to another week of Small-Screen Stream, where I bring you suggestions for TV shows available to stream right now. This week, in a minor tribute to Captain Marvel –  who bursts onto the big screen this Friday –  I ’ ve decided to focus this column on shows with female leads and female-centric storylines. What better way to honor our first female-...
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‘Russian Doll’ Puts Harry Nilsson on Repeat, and Netflix Viewers Still Can’t Get Enough

Harry Nilsson’s catalog is a bit of a Russian doll itself: Anyone who stumbles upon the half-dozen or so songs that show up most in TV, the movies and commercials (“Without You,” “Coconut,” “Jump Into the Fire,” “One (Is the Loneliest Number),” “Everybody’s Talkin’,” “Me and My Arrow”) is inevitably led into a world of […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Natasha Lyonne, Harry Nilsson, Russian Doll


Getting Staffed

John and Craig proudly welcome back former Scriptnotes producer Megan McDonnell to tell her journey from film student to getting staffed on her first television show. We then review a batch of Three Page Challenge submissions, covering how to keep your audience engaged, build tension, and earn interesting characters. Plus, follow up on the WGA and recent Bones ruling. Thank you to our Three Page Challenge participants, and special thanks to Megan McDonnell for all of your work on Scriptnotes! ...
Tags: John, Natasha Lyonne, Craig, WGA, Craig Mazin, Screenwriting, Scriptnotes, Three Page Challenge, Megan McDonnell, Christopher Cramer, Scriptnotes Digital Seasons, Karateka, David Koutsouridis, Carrie Wong, Herman Ming Megan, James Llonch Jim Bond


Orange Is the New Black Cast Says Goodbye as Series Wraps

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Orange Is the New Black cast says goodbye as series wraps Orange Is the New Black wrapped production yesterday as cast and crew took to social media to say goodbye to the series and the fans. You can check out a few of the posts below, and share your own thoughts on the end of the series in the comment section! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAl...
Tags: Orange Is The New Black, TV, Movies, Lionsgate, Netflix, Hawaii, TV News, Streaming, Natasha Lyonne, Orange, Jenji Kohan, Taylor Schilling, Kate Mulgrew, Stanislavsky, New Black, Elizabeth Rodriguez


‘Russian Doll’ Director Leslye Headland to Direct Will Ferrell in FIFA Corruption Movie

Will Ferrell is about to star in another sports movie, but this one will be a far cry from the goofy antics of Semi-Pro, Talladega Nights, or Blades of Glory. Ferrell will star in American Huckster, an adaptation of a 2016 book about Chuck Blazer, a middle-class guy who managed to con his way to the upper echelons of FIFA, the professional soccer organization, and scam them out of millions of dollars. Leslye Headland, the co-creator, writer, and director of Netflix’s fantastic new series Russia...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, New York, Movies, Drama, Sports, Fbi, Netflix, Nelson Mandela, Queens, Fifa, Adaptation, Sepp Blatter, Natasha Lyonne, Major League Soccer, Blatter


My Recent Media Diet, the “Please God Let Winter Be Over Soon” Edition

I’ve been keeping track of every media thing I “consume”, so here are quick reviews of some things I’ve read, seen, heard, and experienced since the beginning of the year. One of the reasons I like doing these posts is the great recommendations I get back from readers. Turns out some of you know me and my tastes pretty well by now. For instance, a reader emailed a rec for the amazing Apollo 13 podcast listed below. I never would have found that on my own…thanks, Jason (no relation). Vice. Inven...
Tags: America, Nasa, Radiohead, Harry Potter, Natasha Lyonne, Cheney, Jason, Jason Kottke, Timothy Ferris, Allen Iverson, Pacino, Simon Armitage, Sean Brady, Gawain, Villanelle, Liu Cixin


Now Stream This: ‘The Master’, ‘Horror Noire’, ‘High Flying Bird’, ‘Child’s Play’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Greetings, movie watchers. It’s time for another edition of Now Stream This, where I attempt to bring you an eclectic mix of movies streaming right this very moment. This week, we have one of Paul Thomas Anderson’s best films; a fantastic horror documentary; a Steven Soderbergh flick shot on an iPhone; a horror classic; a documentary that will make...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Comedy, New York, Television, Movies, Drama, Horror, Sci-fi, Reagan, Upgrade, Features, Brooklyn, Thriller, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ethan Hawke


Natasha Lyonne on Importance of ‘Quantum Consequences’ and Connection in ‘Russian Doll’

Natasha Lyonne has worked as a child star (“Pee-wee’s Playhouse”), a teen star (“The Slums of Beverly Hills”) and of course as an adult (“Orange Is the New Black”), but her wealth of acting experience also fueled a desire to create. Teaming up with Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland, Lyonne executive produces and stars in […]
Tags: Features, Amy Poehler, Beverly Hills, Natasha Lyonne, Russian Doll, Leslye Headland Lyonne


Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ is lethally dull

Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo and writer-director Dan Gilroy — who worked together on the creepy crime thriller “Nightcrawler” — have reunited for a new Netflix Original film, “Velvet Buzzsaw.” While “Nightcrawler” wasn’t perfect, it was tense and unsettling, filled with eerily beautiful shots of nighttime L.A., plus a career-best performance from Gyllenhaal. It’s hard to believe that the same team was responsible for the muddled “Buzzsaw,” a film that tries to combine art-world satire and horr...
Tags: Apple, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, Disney, Tech, Netflix, Natasha Lyonne, Gyllenhaal, Jon Shieber, Dan Gilroy, Jake Gyllenhaal Rene Russo, Original Content Podcast, Russian Doll, Velvet Buzzsaw, Morf Vandewalt


A Week In Brooklyn, NY, On A Joint $160,660 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a product manager working in education technology who makes $84,660 per year ($160,660 when combined with her wife) and spends some of her money this week on Granny Smith apples.Occupation: Product ManagerIndustry: Education TechnologyAge: 30Location:...
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Netflix February Releases

The latest Netflix February releases are coming out. Which one are you looking forward to the most? I think Russian Doll is going to be my favorite because I adore Natasha Lyonne. She always plays the spitfire! Netflix put out this great video with a few moments from each show: Netflix February Releases: Russian Doll […] The post Netflix February Releases appeared first on I Like It Frantic.
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Why Isn't Justin Bieber's Infamous Face Tattoo On The Cover Of Vogue?

In a sea of celebrities sporting minimalist ink, Justin Bieber is a maximalist. His tattoos are innumerable — over 55+, at the least — and most of them are large, and visible to the casual onlooker. But from that vast collection, the one that's gotten the most attention is about as big as the diamond on Hailey Bieber's (née Baldwin) finger, situated just above the tail of his right eyebrow, spelling out the word "grace" in small, elegant script.Although rumors first spread back in November via ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Milan, Justin Bieber, Vogue, Buckingham Palace, Natasha Lyonne, Pete Davidson, Justin, Baldwin, Malone, Ricky, Hailey, McCurdy, Jonboy


Hailey Bieber Gets Real About Birth Control & Breakouts

It’s not like anyone told us life would be fair, but the strongest evidence of the universe playing favorites can be found in Hailey Bieber’s complexion, which isn’t just clear and healthy — it’s positively radiant. And it makes sense, given that she's still in the honeymoon phase from her whirlwind marriage to Justin Bieber last September.But when we sat down with Bieber in L.A. recently, we learned that the model and BareMinerals global ambassador actually deals with breakouts like the rest o...
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The Real Star Of Russian Doll Is Natasha Lyonne's Hair

Every once in a while, a TV character will come along with hair so good, it practically becomes a star in and of itself. Take Carrie Bradshaw 's ever-changing styles in Sex and the City, or Issa's evolving twists and braids on Insecure: The hair is so well-done, and often so telling about the characters themselves, you just can't help but be sucked in.Nadia Volvokov, played by Natasha Lyonne in the new Netflix series Russian Doll, is the latest addition to this elite group of next-level TV hair...
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Netflix's 'Russian Doll' creators have ideas for multiple seasons of the hit series

"Russian Doll" co-creators Natasha Lyonne and Leslye Headland told The Hollywood Reporter that they originally pitched the series as three seasons. They said they have ideas for a potential season two, but aren't sure if it would continue Nadia's story, or follow another character. Netflix's "Russian Doll" is the streamer's latest critically acclaimed series with a 100% Rotten Tomatoes critic score after debuting on Friday. It would be surprising if Netflix didn't renew the series, and if it ...
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