SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched the Nov. 10 episode of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” entitled “I Never Want To See Josh Again.” 697 more words
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CBS is developing a single-camera comedy series from Aline Brosh McKenna and Rene Gube of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” Variety has learned.
Titled “Big Men,” the series would follow an Asian-American rookie professional basketball player who dreams of a baller lifestyle. 140 more words
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend co-creator/showrunner Aline Brosh McKenna has teamed with the CW series’ producer/recurring guest star Rene Gube for Big Men, a single-camera comedy that has been set up at CBS. 131 more words
This has been one of the most draining weeks for the entertainment media in a long time. Inside the industry, it feels like the sky is falling (but sort of in a good way). 850 more words
The question we may have, going forward, is when Rebecca Bunch becomes more specific, does that contradict the mission of the show?
In high school, I had a conversation with a friend and I can’t remember what we were talking about, but it must’ve been about gender relations somehow, as often came up between two awkward teenagers finding their voices. 3,901 more words
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna’s appearance at Deadline’s annual The Contenders Emmys event turned into a masterclass in crazy-exes, as she detailed how the evolution of romantic obsession creates the structure of the hybrid musical dramedy that’s now heading into its third season on the CW. 124 more words
By Rebecca’s definition, Heather is the cool one. And it isn’t hard to see why: she’s got style, she’s very chill, and when standing next to Rebecca, the chill is certainly amplified. 2,576 more words