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The Hollywood ReporterThe Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter Emmy Special Issue 21A June 2019

The all-new Hollywood Reporter offers unprecedented access to the people, studios, networks and agencies that create the magic in Hollywood. Published weekly, the oversized format includes exceptional photography and rich features.

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the hollywood reporter

Matthew Belloni EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Alison Brower DEPUTY EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Shanti Marlar EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR Tom Seeley DEPUTY EDITORIAL DIRECTOR, DIGITAL MEDIA Sudie Redmond EXECUTIVE MANAGING EDITOR Stephen Galloway EXECUTIVE EDITOR, FEATURES Jennifer Martin Laski PHOTO & VIDEO DIRECTOR Jeanie Pyun DEPUTY EDITOR Erik Hayden NEWS DIRECTOR Lacey Rose EXECUTIVE EDITOR, TELEVISION David Katz EXECUTIVE EDITOR, ARTICLES EDITOR-AT-LARGE Kim Masters FILM DEPUTY FILM EDITOR Tatiana Siegel • SENIOR FILM WRITERS Borys Kit, Pamela McClintock TECH EDITOR Carolyn Giardina • STAFF WRITER, FILM Mia Galuppo • INTERNATIONAL FILM EDITOR Deborah Young TELEVISION TELEVISION EDITOR, EAST COAST Marisa Guthrie • TELEVISION EDITOR, WEST COAST Lesley Goldberg • SENIOR WRITER, TELEVISION Michael O’Connell TELEVISION WRITERS Rick Porter, Bryn Elise Sandberg • MEDIA & POLITICS WRITER Jeremy Barr REVIEWS REVIEWS EDITOR Jon Frosch • CHIEF FILM CRITIC Todd McCarthy • CHIEF TELEVISION CRITICS Tim Goodman, Daniel Fienberg • CHIEF THEATER CRITIC David Rooney SENIOR EDITOR Benjamin Svetkey • SENIOR EDITOR, COPY Mike Barnes • FASHION &…

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rookies of the year

The 2019 Emmy landscape could have looked pretty bleak, considering the number of decorated shows that ended last season (e.g., The Americans and Portlandia) or were off the air this season (e.g., Atlanta, The Crown, The Handmaid’s Tale, Homeland, Silicon Valley, Stranger Things and Westworld) — but it doesn’t, thanks to the considerable number of high-quality new shows poised to fill the void. Now, as nomination voting gets underway, the question is, which ones are pretenders and which are real contenders? An early clue is often the three awards shows that take place roughly a half-year before TV Academy members get to weigh in: the Golden Globes, the SAG Awards and the Critics’ Choice Awards. While their voting bodies do not directly correlate with the TV Academy’s, their picks do highlight…

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strong swan songs deserve their moment in the sun

As the Emmy drama field wilted under pressure from the dragon-led behemoth that was the final season of Game of Thrones, the TV Academy could fill the comedy categories with excellence three or four times over. Another exceptional class of freshman half-hours — think Russian Doll, Ramy, The Kominsky Method or Kidding — is sure to attract attention from those lovers of the shiny and new, but here’s hoping voters remember the myriad departing comedies eligible for the last time. It’s hard to worry about HBO’s Veep, winner of three series Emmys, plus an almost mindboggling six for star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who added a triumph-from-health-adversity narrative that ought to make her unbeatable this year. Still, Anna Chlumsky has five nominations and zero wins, so will Amy’s transition into a magnificently grotesque Kellyanne…

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12 ways to get a great story to the screen

Barry BILL HADER Executive producer Filling the room Hader and fellow EP Alec Berg brought five other writers onto their staff, everyone from a stand-up comic to a veteran TV drama writer, to have a variety of approaches to the stories. For instance, stand-up Emily Heller “is good at sniffing out stuff that’s trite,” Hader says. “I tried to pitch something about viral videos and she just said, ‘C’mon, Grandpa …’ ” Meanwhile, theater vet Jason Kim “really helps because he understands story so well.” A work in progress “I tend to, in our off-season, write down a ton of notes on what I want the new season to be,” explains Hader. “I’ll write them randomly in my phone or email them to myself. Before the room starts, I get an office for a…

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they’re two of a kind

After serving as A head writers on Saturday Night Live in 2016-17, Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider are embracing the politics-free zone of their half-hour Comedy Central series, The Other Two. The scripted comedy tells the story of 30-something siblings, Brooke (Heléne York) and Cary Dubek (Drew Tarver), and how the overnight superstardom of their teenage brother — YouTube musician “ChaseDreams” (Case Walker) — affects their floundering lives and showbiz careers. Kelly and Schneider, both 35, who wrote on SNL for six seasons, spoke with THR about their transition from sketch writing to scripted comedy and the process of creating a fictional pop star and his accompanying music. What was the first kernel of the idea for this show? SARAH SCHNEIDER Chris and I had talked for a while about doing something narrative,…

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from snl to scripted success, onscreen and off

VANESSA BAYER What We Do in the Shadows The former SNL star guested on the FX show as an emotional vampire who feeds off pity from the sad stories she tells. AIDY BRYANT Shrill Ahead of her eighth season on NBC’s stalwart, she recruited SNL boss Lorne Michaels as EP on her Hulu comedy. AMY POEHLER Russian Doll The Netflix series’ co-creator and EP (she also EP’d Comedy Central’s Broad City) directed Wine Country for the streamer. BEN STILLER Escape at Dannemora The onetime SNL castmember (and frequent guest) was an EP on the Showtime miniseries and directed all seven parts.…

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