HBO Boss confirms that several popular shows will see new seasons ahead of next year’s Emmy Awards

The Emmy nominations were announced Tuesday, and it was a big day for HBO. HBO was the most-nominated outlet—overtaking Netflix—with a combined total between HBO and HBO Max of 140 nominations, a whopping slice of the 155 total nominations for parent company Warner Bros. Discover. Within these numbers, HBO had five of the most nominated shows, including white lotusAnd the hacksAnd the SuccessionAnd the Barry And it certainly looks like HBO is already looking forward to the upcoming Emmy season. HBO president Casey Bloys said The Hollywood Reporter New seasons…

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HBO’s Barry has Marvel fans thinking of him

Possible spoilers for this week’s episode of Barry. The last episode of HBO’s Barry Some black humor and dark violence emerged, but also a series of hilarious jokes about the TV media, particularly how short they are and the crazy questions that are sometimes asked. In the episode, Sarah Goldberg’s Sally suddenly finds herself promoting her own TV show, a series with some heavy thematic topics. While engaging in a question from a reporter about a woman who had fallen into an abusive relationship, I was surprised by the follow-up…

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Crazy Rich Asians Spinoff In the Works With Barry Writer

World Crazy Rich Asians Officially expanding. On Friday, a spin-off for the Warner Bros. movie was revealed. Currently in development, with Barry Producer and writer Jason Kim writes the script. The project revolves around the romance between Astrid Young Teo from Gemma Chan and Charlie Wu from Harry Shum Jr., both of whom made their debut in the first movie. Reports suggest that Kim provided a “layer of dynamite” for the story. Kim is also starring in the upcoming film adaptation of Michelle Zoner’s first novel Crying at H-Martas well…

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The new season of Hit HBO series is freshly based on Rotten Tomatoes

This weekend will see the long-awaited return of the HBO series, the Emmy Award-winning comedy Barryfor its upcoming third season. Ahead of the debut of new episodes, Rotten Tomatoes announced that the new season has officially been recognized as “Certified Fresh” and in fact holds a perfect 100% rating on the legendary Tomatometer with 25 reviews. “Bill Hader and his cohorts can take the arc they deserve – Barry returns late to the screen without missing a step, retaining his advantage as one of TV’s funniest and most disturbing,” says…

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