Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jason Alexander recently reminisced about Jerry Stiller.
"Game of Thrones" and "Veep" were early favourites, but the night was taken by "Fleabag."
"This immigrant ban is a blemish and un-American."
The 2017 SAGs had me feeling all of the feelings. Seriously. I am very confused right now. It is difficult to put my thoughts into words, but I will still try. On Sunday, we were called to make sh*t happen and use our skills to help those in need. We were asked on several occasions to unite, and not be afraid.
For the first time in forever, I actually felt good about my television show choices in 2015/16 considering I recognized seventy per cent of the faces that graced my TV screen with their presence while watching the Emmys. There were a couple of shockers, but the show was pretty predictable for the most part. Allow me to take you through the hits and misses of the night.
"I'd like to dedicate this to my father, William Louis-Dreyfus, who passed away on Friday."
It's a stark difference from last year's edition.
Despite the utter unlikelihood of the plotting, everything about Enough Said feels lived in and true. Sparkling, light and yet awash in thoughtful insight into the particular challenges of new love in middle age, this was easily my favourite comedy of the festival so far.
Listen up! There's a new heiress on the block, Chloe Green, and she's out to conquer the fashion world. The Brit just launched
BANFF, Alta. - Julia Louis-Dreyfus will receive the inaugural Variety TV Impact Award at the annual Banff World Media Festival