THR heads to Texas to visit the season-three set as the series recently honored with a Peabody and six Critics' Choice nominations (with a best actress win for Carrie Coon) shoots a few "miracle" happy moments before production moves abroad to Australia. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/IWFAXqZGxEE/leftovers-set-visit-behind-scenes-901446
There is a finality to what youve already seen. Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2016/05/lindelof-on-leftovers-s3-and-pattis-future.html?mid=full-rss-vulture
"I really thought it would energize the team to say 'Were going to do this one last time.'" Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2016/05/why-damon-lindelof-is-ending-the-leftovers.html?mid=full-rss-vulture
We'll miss you. Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2016/05/leftovers-season-3-cast-regulars.html?mid=full-rss-vulture
The Leftovers is headed to the land down under. EW has confirmed that the third and final season of the HBO drama about the aftermath of a Rapture-like event will be partially set in Australia, after picking up the threads of the Texas-set second season. Based on the novel by Tom Perrotta... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/TIM_BflIOXk/leftovers-australia-season-3
An HBO dystopia, a USA Network thriller and anABC family comedy are among the 75th Annual Peabody Awards entertainment winners. The organization has chosen to recognizeThe Leftovers,Mr. Robot andblack-ishfor excellence in electronic media, it announced Friday. Rounding out the Peabody Awards latest batch of winners are: Lifetimes UnREAL, Netflixs Master of None,Marvels Jessica JonesandBeasts of  http://tvline.com/2016/04/22/the-leftovers-mr-robot-blackish-peabody-awards-2016/
Charlie Carver , the actor known for his work on TV’s Teen Wolf and The Leftovers , announced that he is gay in a heartfelt essay posted to Instagram on Monday. Carver has played several gay characters but hadn’t publicly commented on his sexuality until now, and he wrote in a series of five posts that he was inspired by the message, "Be who you needed when you were younger." Pt 1: "Be who you needed when you were younger". About a year ago, I saw this photo while casually scrolling through my Instagram one morning. I’m not one for inspirational quotes, particularly ones attributed to "Mx Anonymous"- something mean in me rebukes the pithiness of proverbs, choosing to judge them as trite instead of possibly-generally-wise, resonant, or helpful. And in the case of the good ol’ Anonymous kind, I felt that there was something to be said for the missing context. Who wrote or said the damn words? Why? And to/for who in particular? Nonetheless, I screen-capped the picture and saved it. It struck me for some reason, finding itself likeable enough to join the ranks of the "favorites" album on my phone. I’d see it there almost daily, a small version of it next to my other "favorites"; I’d see it every time I checked into the gym, pulled up a picture of my insurance cards, my driver’s license.... Important Documents. And over the course of about-a-year, it became clear why the inspirational photo had called out to me. As a young boy, I knew I wanted to be an actor. I knew I wanted to be a lot of things! I thought I wanted to be a painter, a soccer player, a stegosaurus... But the acting thing stuck. It was around that age that I also knew, however abstractly, that I was different from some of the other boys in my grade. Over time, this abstract "knowing" grew and articulated itself through a painful gestation marked by feelings of despair and alienation, ending in a climax of saying three words out loud: "I am gay". I said them to myself at first, to see how they felt. They rang true, and I hated myself for them. I was twelve. It would take me a few years before I could repeat them to anyone else, in the meantime turning the phrase over and over in my mouth until I felt comfortable and sure enough to let the words pour out again, this time to my family... A photo posted by Charlie Carver (@charliecarver) on Jan 11, 2016 at 2:14pm PST Read more at EW.com .
This summer, Kevin Bacon released a mock PSA calling on Hollywoods male actors to free [their] bacon. And by bacon, he clarified, I mean your wiener, your balls, and your butt. It was a gentle ribbing of the fact that show business is still more comfortable asking women to disrobe than men. In 2015, that norm quietly began to budge, though not as wantonly as Bacon recommended. This fall, Chris Zylka and Christopher Eccleston stripped down in different episodes of HBOs The Leftovers. Ben Daniels used his bare penis in an act of aggression on Flesh and Bone . Outlander s Tobias Menzies didnt bother with a modesty pouch. Sense8, Shameless, Togetherness, The Affair , Black Sails , and Penny Dreadful all featured men who bared it all. While there are more instances than ever to point to this year, male nudity has certainly existed in previous decades on premium cable, the only on-air platform where full-frontal is allowed. Shows like HBOs Oz, Boardwalk Empire, Sex and the City, Starz's Spartacus, and Showtimes Weeds have gradually been destigmatizing onscreen male genitalia. Read More...
If we could, wed preface this list of the six best TV opening credits sequences of 2015 with an opening credits sequence of our own. But well leave it to the pros, who, using the right mix of music and imagery, successfully made these intros deliver the mood, tone, and the plot to come. Below,... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/IGIviK_diiM/6-best-opening-tv-credits-you-didnt-want-skip-2015
You get one more season to watch Justin Theroux on your TV screen (until he finds another project). That's right, The Leftovers is ending. HBO announced the drama from Damon Lindelof and Tom... Read More... http://www.eonline.com/news/723075/the-leftovers-is-ending-pour-one-out-for-justin-theroux-s-hbo-drama?cmpid=rss-000000-rssfeed-365-tvnews&utm_source=eonline&utm_medium=rssfeeds&utm_campaign=rss_tvnews