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‘Making It’ Nominated for a Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards

‘Making It’ Nominated for a Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards

It was just announced today that ‘Making It’ was nominated for a Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards. The show is nominated for the Competition Series award. It is the first time this award is happening and the ceremony will take place on Sunday, June 2 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. The ceremony will air on VH1 the next Sunday, June 9.


Competition Series
Making It (NBC)
Project Runway (Bravo)
RuPaul’s Drag Race (VH1)
Survivor: David vs. Goliath (CBS)
Top Chef (Bravo)

Source: Critics Choice
Adult Swim Picks Up To Series ‘Three Busy Debras’ Comedy Produced By Amy Poehler

Adult Swim Picks Up To Series ‘Three Busy Debras’ Comedy Produced By Amy Poehler

Deadline is reporting that a year after ordering the pilot for ‘Three Busy Debras‘, the cable channel Adult Swim just ordered it for a first season. Amy Poehler is an executive producer and the show will start production later this year.

A year after ordering the pilot, Adult Swim has picked up to series Three Busy Debras, a quarter-hour live-action comedy series from Amy Poehler’s Paper Kite Productions. The series’ first season will go into production later this year.

Created, written by and starring Sandy Honig (Isn’t it Romantic), Mitra Jouhari (High Maintenance), and Alyssa Stonoha (The Special Without Brett Davis), Three Busy Debras follows the surreal day-to-day lives of three deranged housewives (Honig, Jouhari & Stonoha), all named Debra, in their affluent suburban town of Lemoncurd, Connecticut. The three serve as executive producers along with director, Anna Dokoza (Special). Poehler and Kim Lessing executive produce through Paper Kite Productions.

Source: Deadline
Amy Poehler to be Honored at Women in Film Gala

Amy Poehler to be Honored at Women in Film Gala

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Amy Poehler will be honored at the 2019 Women in Film Gala, which will be held on Wednesday, June 12 at the Beverly Hilton.

The 2019 Women in Film Gala, formerly known as the Crystal + Lucy Awards, will recognize Amy Poehler, Issa Rae, Elizabeth Debicki, and Cathy Schulman on Wednesday, June 12 at the Beverly Hilton.

Along with the new name, Women in Film, Los Angeles is also debuting a new slate of honors to celebrate “women whose entrepreneurial strides are creating opportunities for more women to succeed in careers in the screen industries.”

Poehler, who is set to make her directorial feature debut with Netflix’s Wine Country and produced female-fronted hit series Broad City and Russian Doll, will receive the first-ever Entrepreneur in Entertainment Award. The honor highlights an individual “whose work nurtures the advancement of their female collaborators” and whose creative output and influence is “benefiting the conversation about gender parity in our industry.”

Women in Film will present the inaugural Emerging Entrepreneur Award to Rae, as the Insecure creator and star is “a promising talent in the fields of film, television, and/or digital media, whose professional pursuits are resulting in progress for the next generation of talented women.” The honoree has also “demonstrated a foundation for her career comprising of accomplishments marrying creative achievements and business acumen.”

Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Amy Poehler To Attend The Writers Guild Foundation ‘Russian Doll’ Panel

Amy Poehler To Attend The Writers Guild Foundation ‘Russian Doll’ Panel

It was just announced that Amy is set to attend The Writers Guild Foundation ‘Russian Doll’ Panel on June 5. Tickets can be bought on their website. The event called Inside the Writers Room with Russian Doll will take place at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, California. Also set to attend are Natasha Lyonne, Leslye Headland, Jocelyn Bioh and Allison Silverman.

Russian Doll immediately drew audiences in with its high-concept, time-bending narrative and stellar performances. While we’re dying for a second season of this critically acclaimed show, join us for a special look inside the writers room of this Netflix Original Series with creators and executive producers Leslye Headland, Natasha Lyonne, and Amy Poehler along with writers Jocelyn Bioh and Allison Silverman.

Doors open at 7:00pm. Event starts at 7:30pm.

All events advertised on our “Events” page are open to anyone who wants to buy a ticket – not just WGA members!

In the case the event is sold out, we will have a first come, first serve stand-by line at the event. The stand-by line does not guarantee entry into the event.

Proceeds benefit the Foundation’s library, archive and other outreach programs.

Source: The Writers Guild Foundation
Paramount Network Int’l Sets ‘Mean Girls: The Movie and More’ as Live London Event

Paramount Network Int’l Sets ‘Mean Girls: The Movie and More’ as Live London Event

Earlier today, Paramount announced a Live Event for Means Girls, which will take place on June 12-16 in London. The news comes from The Hollywood Reporter. Read more about it below!

Viacom’s Paramount Network International on Wednesday unveiled Mean Girls: The Movie and More, its first-ever live experiential event, which will take place in London in June.

The offering tied to the high-school comedy, which starred Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, among others, means that the channel will join Viacom’s other flagship international network brands in breaking into the live events business, which management has focused on as part of its push into new businesses and revenue sources.

Mean Girls is an iconic cult hit that audiences around the world love,” said Jill Offman, executive vp of Paramount Network International. “From its popular Broadway show and video games, to thousands of memes and iconic quotes, we felt like the film should be brought to life for fans in a way only Paramount, and the power of Viacom, could create.”

Mean Girls: The Movie and More will take place June 12-June 16 at Seymour Leisure Centre in London’s Marylebone neighborhood, which will be transformed into Mean Girls’ North Shore High School. Fans will be able to screen the hit Paramount Pictures movie, walk through set recreations, participate in such photo opportunities as Burn Book selfies and prom pictures, have themed food and drinks, as well as get themed swag.

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Amy Poehler to appear at Clusterfest 2019

It was announced today that Amy Poehler has been added to the Clusterfest 2019 lineup. She will most likely be bringing some friends because it was announced as “Amy Poehler & Friends”, even though they didn’t say who is she going to bring. Amy is set to make an appearance in the San Francisco festival on Friday, June 21. Read more about the event below!

“Saturday Night Live” alums Amy Poehler and Fred Armisen, along with  Neal Brennan, have been added to the third annual Clusterfest lineup, organizers announced Friday, March 15 — just in time for single-day ticket sales.

Poehler is slated to join the first day’s bill for the three-day comedy and music celebration scheduled for June 21-23, at the Civic Center Plaza and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Billed as “Amy Poehler & Friends,” expect the “Parks & Recreation” star to bring out famed comedic colleagues (maybe an Oscars reunion with Maya Rudolph and Tina Fey?) similar to Amy Schumer’s headlining set last year that included appearances by Bridget Everett, Nikki Glaser and Michael Che, among others.

News of Poehler, Brennan and Clusterfest veteran Armisen joining in on the fun follow the first wave of announcements for the festival that included comics John Mulaney and Patton Oswalt as well as musical group the Roots.

Organizers plan to reveal more acts and attractions in the weeks leading up to the summer festival, which is co-produced by Comedy Central, Superfly and Bay Area-based Another Planet Entertainment in collaboration with SF Sketchfest.

Single-day tickets, ranging from $89 to $224.50, go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday via

Three-day general admission, VIP and Platinum tickets are also still available. Platinum tickets at $1,250, introduced for the first time this year, include VIP perks along with a special festival entrance, invitations to exclusive after-parties, talent meet-and-greet events and “unlimited french fries — seriously.”

Source: San Francisco Chronicle