TCA 2014: "The minute you try to do something that is dark and subversive and frightening and gets into that territory, you start to peel...
Allison Shearmur ("The Hunger Games") is also producing the movie, which is not a "Hocus Pocus" sequel
Barinholtz jokes he's not worthy of a nomination: "I'm a bad actor"
"Wet Hot American Summer" director David Wain sends up rom-com clichés in a movie that's so post-modern that it winds up post-funny
Director Pete Docter offered up a tantalizing look at the 2015 animated feature
The family dramedy is a change of pace for the "Mad Men" creator
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All of the networks are taking big swings. Here's a look at which shows may rise to the top and others that could fall flat
Cameron Diaz is the most recognizable of her peers, but about average when it comes to Q Score
FX gets most Broadcast Television Journalists Association nominations, followed by HBO
Just put it on the Best Seller list now
Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson's HBO drama up for Outstanding New Program and Program of the Year, among others
They were recruited last minute, but were more than ready for the occasion
TheWrap reveals its top picks from this year's abundant summer fare choices
The smart friend, the married friend, the serial-dater friend...
Show entering Season 7
Cable channel also picks up "Stanistan"
"Wet Hot American Summer" director David Wain is behind the upcoming comedy, which he co-wrote with "Stella" collaborator Michael Showalter
"Chunks of it are mapped out," Michael Schur says of series finale
Says "Parks" is a show in which "people leave, they get new jobs, they get married, they break up"
Michelle Obama, Jon Hamm guest in a crucial episode
A bunch of New Yorkers were very confused, thanks to Billy Eichner
"Maybe I'll start at the very lowest point for a writer and see what happens... because this doesn't seem to be happening as an actor,"...
Big episode will try to top triplets revelation
Jason Moore ("Pitch Perfect") is directing from a script by Paula Pell
Greg Poehler and his sister teamed up to produce NBC's new comedy, "Welcome to Sweden"
NBCU stars and producers will serve as advisors for "NBC Comedy Playground," which will result in three winners
Summer slate is the most of any broadcast network in 21 years
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