Netflix is bringing another of its series to an unexpectedly early end. Judd Apatow romantic dramedy Love will officially return for its third season in March, but Netflix confirms the Gillian Jacobs-Paul Rust series won’t be back after that.
The Big Sick was one of our favorites at the Sundance and SXSW film festivals this year, and it will probably become one of your favorites too when it hits theaters next month. But you don’t have to wait that long to get a little taste of what makes this movie so wonderful — the first …
After six years, Hannah Horvath might finally be the voice of someone’s generation. That’s the understatement of Girls’ first series finale trailer, as the sixth year for Hannah, Jessa, Marnie, Shoshanna, Adam and Elijah comes to an end next week.
Over the weekend, we learned that Crashing star and comedian Artie Lange questioned his job prospects after a recent drug arrest. Now, Lange claims that HBO officially fired him from the Pete Holmes comedy, though both network reps and producer Judd Apatow curiously deny it.
Any fan of Artie Lange knows the comedian’s history of substance abuse and legal troubles, one which added a new chapter this week with an arrest for possession. Lange also has a prominent role on HBO’s Crashing, which the star acknowledges may now come to an end, if not necessarily by…
Far be it for us to take every title literally, but it doesn’t look like Pete Holmes will be escaping homelessness anytime soon. The HBO comedian’s standup Crashing comedy will be back for Season 2, and will need a new partner after Girls.
There wasn’t any way to find Love Season 2 explicitly on Valentine’s Day, but Netflix has the next best thing. See Gus and Mickey give it a second go in the first official trailer for the Apatow comedy’s second season, along with a fresh poster.