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HBO to Bring "The Leftovers," "Girls" and "Room 104" to 2017 ATX Television Festival Next Month

The event returns for its sixth year June 8-11 in Austin, Texas. ...Read More... http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2017/05/12/hbo-to-bring-the-leftovers-girls-and-room-104-to-2017-atx-television-festival-next-month-408513/20170512hbo01/

‘The Leftovers’ Chris Zylka on His Character’s Journey & the Honor of Working for HBO

Created by Damon Lindelof and acclaimed novelist Tom Perrotta, the HBO series The Leftovers, about what happens after 140 million people vanished from the face of the Earth, is currently in its final season. With the seventh anniversary of the Sudden Departure approaching, ex-Holy Wayne follower and former undercover Guilty Remnant member Tom (Chris Zylka) is just trying to find his place in the world and among his family. After seeing seven of the eight episodes of Season 3 (they were understandably withholding the final episode of the series), Collider sat down with actor Chris Zylka to talk about the huge journey of ups and downs that he’s taken with this character, the honor of working for HBO and with this cast and creative team, his mutual respect with Damon Lindelof, trying to come up with his own explanation for The Departure, how much he looks up to fellow cast member Justin Theroux, living by the idea that his favorite job is his next one, and his experience on the upcoming feature film The Death and Life of John F. Donovan. READ MORE...

'The Leftovers': Four Ways the Series Could End

Is there hope for Kevin (Justin Theroux) and Nora (Carrie Coon), and what does that future tease mean? Here are THR's theories on those points and more. ...Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/rFr7HfWES2w/leftovers-four-ways-series-could-end-1001068

The Leftovers Boss Damon Lindelof and Star Carrie Coon Defend Nora's Unspeakable Act of Cruelty

Nora Durst, how could you? In Sundays The Leftovers, Carrie Coons wounded yet resilient heroine embarked on something of a wild goose chase in search of her Departed husband and children, completely icing out current love Kevin (Justin Theroux) in the process (read full episode recap here). As a longtime acolyte of the Kevin-Nora relationship, [] http://tvline.com/2017/05/07/the-leftovers-season-3-nora-kevin-security-line-global-entry/

The Leftovers': How Scott Glenn Delivered Longest Monologue of Damon Lindelofs Career

Sunday marks the fourth episode in the final seasonof HBOs The Leftovers, and milestones are important to mark take it from star Scott Glenn, who last week delivered the longest speech ever written by the shows creator, Damon Lindelof. Damon called me and said, Im writing the longest monologue of my career,' Glenn recalled during a recent chat with TheWrap. Glenn returns after a second season absence, a time when the series fate was not yet decided.HBO and the creative team eventually agreedto end with a third, eight-episode run. They also (wisely) decidedto revisit Glenns character Kevin Garvey Sr. ...Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/the-leftovers-scott-glenn-monologue-damon-lindelof/

How The Leftovers Chose 5 Iconic Melbourne Locations for Kevin and Nora’s Australian Adventures

We took our eyes off the street for ten minutes and we had our own graffiti tagged. ...Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2017/05/leftovers-location-scouting-iconic-melbourne-spots.html?mid=full-rss-vulture

‘The Leftovers’ Season 3: Damon Lindelof & Tom Perrotta on the Final Episodes, Reddit’s Influence on Storytelling

Created by Damon Lindelof and acclaimed novelist Tom Perrotta, the HBO series The Leftovers, about what happens after 140 million people vanished from the face of the earth, is currently in its final season. With the seventh anniversary of the Sudden Departure approaching, everyone is desperately trying to grasp for a system of belief to not only better explain what happened, but to help them deal with what could still be to come. Throughout its three-season run, The Leftovers has taken risks and done things outside of the typical storytelling box, which has made the series nothing less than compelling. After seeing seven of the eight episodes of Season 3 (they were understandably withholding the final episode of the series), Collider sat down with showrunner Damon Lindelof and executive producer Tom Perrotta (who wrote the book the series is adapted from) to talk about all things The Leftovers. During the interview, we talked about when they started working towards their ending, resolving most of what audiences will want a resolution for, by the end of the series, why the final season is eight episodes instead of their usual 10, deciding which crazy ideas to incorporate and which not to, and how Reddit’s ability to crack "puzzlebox TV" has to change the approach to storytelling. READ MORE...

‘The Leftovers’ EP Mimi Leder on Season 3 and Her Ruth Bader Ginsburg Movie

Created by Damon Lindelof and acclaimed novelist Tom Perrotta, the HBO series The Leftovers, about what happens after 140 million people vanished from the face of the earth, is currently in its final season. With the seventh anniversary of the Sudden Departure approaching, everyone is desperately trying to grasp for a system of belief to not only better explain what happened, but to help them deal with what could still be to come. After seeing seven of the eight episodes of Season 3 (they were understandably withholding the final episode of the series), Collider sat down with executive producer/director Mimi Leder, who has done some beautiful work directing episodes throughout the series’ run, to talk about what she was initially drawn to in the story, the freedom she’s had to experiment and take risks, how she was able to open up the color pallette, her love of the finale, even though she expects some haters, and why she wanted to shoot the series with three cameras. She also talked about her next project, the feature film On the Basis of Sex about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (with Natalie Portman in the lead role), and why it’s such an important story to tell now. READ MORE...

American Gods and The Leftovers: When Modern TV Gets Medieval

In American Gods and The Leftovers, the past is prologue. ...Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2017/05/the-leftovers-american-gods-prologues.html?mid=full-rss-vulture

'The Leftovers': Scott Glenn on His "Unpredictable, Subversive" Character

The 76-year-old actor who portrays Kevin Garvey Sr. in the HBO drama breaks down his standalone episode. ...Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/5ruGIx-kBRc/leftovers-scott-glenn-his-unpredictable-subversive-character-998738
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