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‘Living Wage’ Effort Continues Ahead of IATSE, AMPTP Contract Talks

As an art department coordinator, Marisa Shipley notes that most of her department takes breaks between shows to recuperate, go on vacation, or go to medical appointments. That’s not the case for...

From Simu Liu to Network TV, How Diversity Talk Can Shift From Cancellation to Cooperation

“Kim’s Convenience” star Simu Liu asks himself “every day” whether he should’ve spoken out last month on social media about his experience on the set of the hit CBC series, when he...

Netflix Cancels King Arthur Fantasy ‘Cursed’ After One Season

“Cursed,” the fantasy series that reimagined King Arthur through the eyes of Nimue, the young woman who winds up becoming the tragic Lady of the Lake, has been canceled at Netflix after...

How the Nature-Loving Kratt Brothers Became PBS Rock Stars for the Younger Set

Months into an expedition through the Amazon in the early ’90s, the Kratt Brothers — as Chris and Martin Kratt are known — were on the lookout for giant river otters, German...

Hospitality Union Files Unfair Labor Practice Charge Against Chateau Marmont Management

Unite Here Local 11, the union backing laid-off Chateau Marmont workers, filed an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board on Wednesday, alleging that management at the Andre Balazs-owned...

‘The Bold Type’ Series Finale Almost Ended Very Differently

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched the series finale of “The Bold Type,” which aired June 30 on Freeform. Endings are hard. The penultimate season of “The Bold...

‘Monsters at Work’: Showrunner Bobs Gannaway and Star Ben Feldman on Reviving Pixar’s Hit Franchise for Disney Plus

Two decades after the wonderfully zippy, goofy “Monsters, Inc.” was released in theaters, Pixar is bringing back Mike Wazowski and James P. “Sulley” Sullivan for another adventure. The upcoming television series “Monsters...

CBS Head of Comedy Development Julie Pernworth Departs After Nearly 21 Years

CBS’ executive vice president Julie Pernworth is departing the network after nearly 21 years. Calling the last year and a half of the pandemic “a time of reflection for many of us,”...

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