When you put Kevin Bacon and five comedic actors like Ted Danson, Anthony Anderson, Brian Tyree Henry, Kumail Nanjiani, and William H. Macy around a table, you’re bound to get some hilarious off-the-cuff stories. In a recent roundtable hosted by the Hollywood Reporter, Bacon explained why he almost didn’t book his iconic part in Footloose. Although Bacon didn’t name names about who was shading him, in his defense, he has been happily married to Kyra Sedgwick since 1988, so at least one person finds him f***worthy.
I Love Dick is a new Amazon Prime series starring Kevin Bacon, Kathryn Hahn, and Griffin Dunne — it’s kind of a comedy, kind of a drama: eight half-hour episodes of hyped-up emotions. This is the new show from Jill Soloway, who gave the world Transparent; I Love Dick is based on the book of the same name by Chris Kaus. Hahn and Dunne play married-couple Chris and Sylvere — she’s a struggling experimental filmmaker, he’s a successful academic specializing in studies of the Holocaust. ...
"Handmaid's Tale" alliances, "Riverdale" mysteries, "I Love Dick" lone ranger, "Master of None" new opportunities, and Melissa McCarthy on "SNL."
Thanks to titles like Manchester by the Sea, Weiner, and Southside With You, 2016 was a great year for movies at the Sundance Film Festival. “We opened our eyes to allow more television,” festival director John Cooper told Yahoo TV last year. This year, the festival is hosting screenings for a pair of high-profile network TV shows, as well as an assortment of docuseries, Web series, and promising pilots looking for a channel and/or streaming service to call home.
It’s official: Amazon has ordered an entire season of 'I Love Dick,' the Jill Soloway-produced and directed dramedy that delves into marriage, love, obsession, and celebrity via a female point of view.