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October 2020

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sound bites

“DID YOU GUYS LIGHTEN MY PHOTO? I LOOK LIKE SAMMY SOSA.”—Keef (Lamorne Morris), calling out his comic-strip publishers, on Woke“I was so ready to go to the beach and take a dip and get my drip-drip on, but there’s, like, these wildlife animals, and I’m, like, ‘What the f---?’ One of the creatures comes up and it’s, like, this stingray and I freak out because, like, that dude that, like, tackles alligators died from a stingray’and I don’t want that to happen to me.”—Suzi, being scared of the water, on Double Shot at Love“I hated him with every bone in my body. Except my vagina.”—Mrs. Canelli (Pam Murphy), discussing her murdered ex-husband, on Mapleworth Murders“THEY MAKE YOU LOOK TALL IN HOLLYWOOD. I HEAR THAT RYAN REYNOLDS IS BARELY A FOOT.”—Coach…

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editor’s note

TV for the Dark Ages IN THE MISTY BEFORE TIME, BACK WHEN mammoths roamed the steppe, fall television was an event. We would cluster for warmth in louse-infested packs, huddled in the Lascaux Cave or the Oldupai Gorge or wild parts adjacent, waiting for magic to crackle from our flickering hearths. In those days, we lived and died by the seasons: Winter was the Primal Solstice of Variety Specials; Spring, the Sacrificial Dance of the Cliffhangers; Summer, the Long, Arid Fast of the Rerun. Of all these celebrations, Fall, the Festival of Premieres, was our most sacred. Then, and only then, would the mysterious high priests of the Big Three (and later, Four) Networks gather in secret chambers to summon new beneficent and fearsome deities for us to tremble and genuflect before. There…

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the must list

NO 1 The UNDOING TV “I TRY TO TALK MY WAY OUT of every job,” admits Hugh Grant. The Undoing, HBO’s new limited series from David E. Kelley (Oct. 25), was no exception. But director Susanne Bier (Bird Box, The Night Manager) eventually convinced Grant that he simply had to star as Jonathan Fraser, a pediatric oncologist and pillar of New York society who goes missing after a young mother is bludgeoned to death. One key selling point: Nicole Kidman, who plays Jonathan’s increasingly desperate wife, Grace. “It did feel right,” says Grant of working with Kidman for the first time. “When we were in the room together, I felt like, ‘We could be married, this works.’” Q+A HUGH GRANT What interested you about The Undoing? / Well, it was very classy. It was a…

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fire cannot kill a dragon

AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW OF YOUR NEXT OBSESSIONS FOR MORE THAN A DECADE, THE ORIGINAL, UNAIRED, UNSEEN GAME OF THRONES PILOT HAS BEEN THE STUFF OF LEGEND...UNTIL NOW. HERE’S THE INSIDE STORY OF HOLLYWOOD’S MOST EXPENSIVE REHEARSAL. By James Hibberd YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE ORIGINAL GAME OF THRONES PILOT. Few have. Though the HBO fantasy series became a global sensation and the most Emmy-winning drama of all time, the first attempt at bringing George R.R. Martin’s bestselling novels to life very nearly sunk the project. ¶ Below is a condensed excerpt from the upcoming oral history Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon: Game of Thrones and the Official Untold Story of the Epic Series, by EW’s James Hibberd. The book is a candid look inside the 15-year history of Thrones, from the show’s earliest meetings…

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3 bounty hunters and a baby

BABY YODA WAS SOMEHOW IN FRANCE—THAT’S WHAT TIPPED IT. IT WAS DECEMBER 2019. THE MANDALORIAN HAD BEEN AIRING FOR ONLY ABOUT A MONTH ON THE NASCENT STREAMING SERVICE DISNEY+ WHEN SHOWRUNNER JON FAVREAU SAW AN ONLINE PHOTO OF A LARGE MURAL HALFWAY ACROSS THE WORLD. THE STREET ART DEPICTED HIS SHOW’S CHERUBIC, WIDE-EYED, FORCE-SENSITIVE CHARACTER PEERING SOLEMNLY FROM UNDER A BRIDGE. THAT WAS THE MOMENT, FAVREAU SAYS, WHEN HE REALIZED HIS SERIES WAS BECOMING A PHENOMENON: THE MANDALORIAN HADN’T YET AIRED IN FRANCE—OR ANYWHERE IN EUROPE, FOR THAT MATTER. “The show wasn’t there!” Favreau says. “Something was going on where people were connecting with the characters, with social media allowing them to see aspects of the show before they even knew what it was.” Baby Yoda—which Disney has fruitlessly tried to persuade the…

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new shows

RATCHED STREAMER Netflix DATE Sept. 18 GENRE Drama Nurse Ratched’s eyes are glued to the ice pick. In one of the early episodes of Ratched—a Netflix period piece from Ryan Murphy—the director of Lucia State mental hospital, Dr. Richard Hanover (Jon Jon Briones), performs his first-ever transorbital lobotomy using a simple household tool. As one nurse averts her eyes and another vomits up her lunchtime peach, Mildred Ratched (the splendiferous Sarah Paulson) gazes in rapt attention at the hammer-wielding doctor. Respect for her employer’s ambitious undertaking or a perverse fascination with the macabre? When it comes to Nurse Ratched—a character made famous by Louise Fletcher in the 1975 film One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest—nothing is quite as it seems. “She’s taking the information,” offers a guarded Paulson, careful not to spoil a huge plot point in the show’s…