Awkwafina Sandra Oh

Awkwafina (Crazy Rich AsiansThe Farewell) and Sandra Oh (Killing EveSideways) are set to star in a new untitled comedy from Netflix. The two actresses will play sisters in the movie, and they’ll both produce alongside comedy legend Will Ferrell. Get some plot details about the new project below. Read More »

Umma

Sony Pictures’ Stage 6 Films just scooped up the rights to Umma, a new supernatural horror movie from Sam Raimi‘s Raimi Productions and Starlight Media that will star Sandra OhIris K. Shim wrote and will make her feature non-documentary directorial debut on the pic, which follows a woman and her daughter being haunted on a secluded American farm.

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the tiger's apprentice cast

Paramount Animation’s adaptation of The Tiger’s Apprentice has struck gold with its cast. Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) and international superstar Michelle Yeoh are lending their voices to The Tiger’s Apprentice animated film, an adaptation of the best-selling children’s book. The casting reunites Yeoh with her Crazy Rich Asians and Last Christmas co-star Henry Golding, who leads the animated movie.

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the chair

Last summer, Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss signed a massive five-year deal with Netflix worth $250 million, which precipitated their departure from a galaxy far, far away. Six months later, we now know what their next big project is going to be at the streaming service.

Benioff and Weiss and fellow Game of Thrones executive producer Bernadette Caulfield will executive produce a new dramedy series called The Chair, which will star Sandra Oh. Actress and playwright Amanda Peet will write and serve as the showrunner. Get more details below.
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Killing Eve season 3 photos

After its surprising season 2 finale, in which one main character left another for dead, the BBC America spy drama Killing Eve is almost back for its third season. Executive producer Sally Woodward Gentle calls it “the most personal” and “the most emotionally rocky” season yet, which says a lot about the dynamic between MI6 agent Eve (Sandra Oh) and unpredictable assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer). Find out when the new season is set to premiere and check out a few new photos below. Read More »

Killing Eve season 2

Season 3 of BBC America’s hit drama Killing Eve hasn’t even premiered yet, but the network is so confident in the series that it has already ordered a fourth season. “How could we not have massive confidence in Killing Eve?” said Sarah Barnett, the president of AMC Networks Entertainment Group. “It has won big in every major award show and is the highest growing show on U.S. television for six years.” When any show is able to break through the noise of the Peak TV era in such an impressive way, another season renewal seems like a proper response.
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killing eve season 3

Season 2 just started, but Killing Eve season 3 is already a sure thing. The third season was officially announced by AMC, who air the show simultaneously with BBC America. Curiously, the third season will have a brand new showrunner, even though a new showrunner just stepped into season 2. This is a design, not a flaw, though, with the plan being to pass the series to a new female writer every season. More on Killing Eve season 3 below.

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Sandra Oh Hosted Saturday Night Live

After Saturday Night Live had two back-to-back killer episodes with John Mulaney and Idris Elba, there was a lot of hope that the cast and crew could keep that momentum going into spring with the next batch of new episodes. Unfortunately, despite the strength of first-time host Sandra Oh (Grey’s Anatomy, Killing Eve), the sketches didn’t make nearly as big of a splash as the previous two episodes. That’s not to say there aren’t some great sketches, but most of them were only mildly amusing, weird without any real payoff, or just plain disappointing.

Let’s run through the best and worst sketches of the Sandra Oh hosted Saturday Night Live. Read More »

killing eve season 2 trailer final

If you’re not obsessed with Killing Eve yet, you must not have begun watching it. The highly addictive comedy-thriller series from creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge is returning for an all new season, and the final trailer is here. Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer are back as TV’s strangest but most interesting duo – Oh as an obsessive MI6 agent, and Comer as the psychopathic assassin she’s trying to catch. Watch the Killing Eve season 2 trailer below.

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killing eve season 2 review

TV’s most complicated, twisted relationship returns with Killing Eve season 2. Phoebe Waller-Bridge‘s unclassifiable series comes back strong, roaring out of the gate mere seconds after season 1 concluded, and almost never letting viewers catch their breath. This season, Waller-Bridge has stepped back a bit, with Emerald Fennell stepping in as head writer. Anyone worried that this change-up might alter the show significantly can rest assured, as Killing Eve is better than ever.

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