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- Flack Season 2 is a gripping drama series that delves into the chaotic world of celebrity public relations, showcasing the high-stakes efforts of a PR firm to manage its clients’ scandals and reputations. With its sharp wit and intense storytelling, it offers a compelling look behind the glamorous facade of the entertainment industry. Here’s how […] The post Flack Season 2 Streaming: Watch & Stream Online via Amazon Prime Video appeared first on ComingSoon.net - Movie Trailers, TV & Streaming Ne
- Entertainment·The Hollywood Reporter
Tony and Olivier Award winner Bertie Carvel plays Trump, opposite Tamara Tunie’s Kamala Harris, in Mike Bartlett’s Shakespearean take on the next U.S. presidential election, directed by Rupert Goold.Thanks for your feedback!
Gravitas Ventures Acquires Musical Crime Drama ‘The Score’ Starring Will Poulter, Johnny Flynn, Naomi Ackie & Lydia Wilson
EXCLUSIVE: Gravitas Ventures has acquired U.S. rights to the musical crime drama The Score, starring Will Poulter (Dopesick), Johnny Flynn (The Outfit), Naomi Ackie (Master of None) and Lydia Wilson (Flack). The Anthem Sports & Entertainment Company plans to release the feature directorial debut of writer-director Malachi Smyth exclusively in theaters on June 3rd, with a release […]Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·NY Daily News
Forget lifestyles of the rich and famous. “Flack” cares about people behind the celebrities. Part workplace comedy, part cautionary tale, the Amazon Prime series returned last week for its second season after nearly two years off the air — and continues to focus on a group of fixers in London as they get their headline-grabbing clients out of the stickiest and most tabloid-worthy jams. The ...Thanks for your feedback!
It's likely not a coincidence that the vast majority of these stories are about women, who are chronically overrepresented in Hollywood’s most underpaid positionsThanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·The Telegraph
The Earth has gone round the sun, and a bit round again, since the Harold Pinter Theatre was last open. Covid shut down Sonia Friedman’s production of Uncle Vanya in March last year. Now, after a torrid time for the West End’s biggest producer, she’s re-opening the doors with a trio of new works under the season heading: Re:Emerge. Chekhov’s late-19th-century play of rural ennui and mid-life disillusion presciently speculated about the deterioration of the environment in the future, its eco-worrThanks for your feedback!
Per the official synopsis, “Flack has all the dirt. Four quick-witted and relentless flackers are tasked to make the best of their celebrity client’s terrible decisions. But does their ability to clean up their...Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·The Wrap
Amazon has acquired the rights of Anna Paquin-led “Flack,” three months after it was canceled by Pop TV.Pop TV canceled the drama, which stars Anna Paquin as a Don Draper-esque PR maven Robyn, days before it was supposed to premiere its second season. Amazon will get both seasons.“Flack” also stars Sophie Okonedo, Lydia Wilson, Rebecca Benson, Genevieve Angelson, Rufus Jones, Arinze Kene. Other Season 2 guest stars include Jane Horrocks, Giles Terera and Amanda Abbington, reprising her role as AThanks for your feedback!
"Flack," the comedy-drama starring Anna Paquin, has found a new home. Around fourth months after Pop TV abruptly canceled the show, Amazon has swooped in to pick it up. Seasons 1 and 2 will now move to the streamer, with the option to renew for a third not out of the question. A premiere date […]Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·Entertainment Weekly
One Day at a Time gets Pop TV debut date, Anna Paquin's Flack returnsThanks for your feedback!
Given the rampant jealousy, intrigue, court corruption, stabbings and strangulation – not to mention vulpine incestuous desire – it’s unsurprising that director Rebecca Frecknall’s production of the Jacobean tragedy “The Duchess of Malfi,” now playing at the Almeida Theatre in London, has more than its fair share of chills and (blood) spills. But while the […]Thanks for your feedback!