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18 Jul 19
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Okay, I’m not saying I’m anywhere near qualified enough to write jokes or monologues for a talk show host. BUT, if Stephen Colbert or Seth Meyers ever offered me the opportunity to do so… I probably wouldn’t say no. This romantic-comedy premiered out of competition at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews. It […]

18 Jul 19
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The Glen Howerton-Patton Oswalt comedy was cancelled back in May after two seasons, devastating fans.

17 Jul 19
Deadline

A.P. Bio, NBC’s canceled Mike O’Brien-created comedy starring Glenn Howerton, has been given a reprieve: The series, co-starring Patton Oswalt, will get a third season on NBCUniversal’s upcoming streaming service. “I’m so overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from the fans,” said showrunner O’Brien. “The cast and I are thrilled that we get to make […]

17 Jul 19
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NBC’s new streaming service has its first scripted comedy and it’s a very familiar one. A.P. Bio, which NBC canceled after Upfronts, has been revived for a third season by the currently unnamed streaming service. The series follows a disgraced philosophy professor-turned-high school teacher played by Glenn Howerton. Patton Oswalt also stars and the show […]

17 Jul 19
Variety

“A.P Bio” has made the grade after all, with NBCUniversal reviving the comedy for its unnamed, still-unlaunched streaming service. The NBC series, which ran for two seasons before getting canceled, performed well online, according to the network, with ratings showing a long tail on streaming platforms as new viewers came to the show late. Nearly […]

17 Jul 19
The Cinemaholic

‘Love’ is a romantic, comedy webseries, set in Los Angeles, USA. It is created by Lesley Arfin, Paul Rust and Judd Apatow (‘The 40-Year-Old Virgin’, ‘Knocked Up’). The first season premiered on February 19, 2016, having ten episodes and the second season premiered on March 10, 2017, having 12 episodes. After its renewal, the third season, […]

16 Jul 19
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When Gersson Rosas took the stage at his introductory press conference, he declared “this is not going to be Houston North.” Prematurely, this notion crushed the dreams of many in the fanbase that the Minnesota Timberwolves would finally shed their archaic ways and embrace the modern NBA. The notion to the belief went: To have […]

15 Jul 19
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yngharlem takes a look at the changing NBA landscape and how it has effected the league’s two biggest cities: NYC and LA

15 Jul 19
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14 Jul 19
Jason's Movie Blog

THOMPSON AND KALING SHINE IN A TOPICAL DRAMEDY   Late night talk shows have been around for quite some time, taking the TV viewing spotlight during the late hours of the night and presenting a wide variety of comedy monologues, guest star appearances, and silly routine angst that keep viewers coming back for more. Created […]

12 Jul 19
The Australian

Nisha Ganatra’s new movie, Late Night, is a workplace comedy with a premise verging on fantasy — the idea that Emma Thompson could play a late-night talk show host.

12 Jul 19
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11 Jul 19
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10 Jul 19
FiveThirtyEight
Keep track of the chaotic NBA offseason with our Free Agency Diary. [ornamentalrule] In an offseason full of free-agent coups, blockbuster trades and other juicy drama, a three-player deal last Wednesday between the Memphis Grizzlies and Atlanta Hawks, two of the worst teams in the NBA last season, was hardly earth-shattering. By Friday night, the trade was all but forgotten. But one player in that deal stood out. Chandler Parsons, who once hit the most 3-pointers (10) in a single half, earned more than $24 million last season. Since signing a four-year, $94 million contract with the Grizzlies in the contract bubble of 2016, Parsons has appeared in a total of 95 games averaging 7.2 points on a paltry 39 percent shooting from the field while recovering from a slew of knee injuries, including one sustained with his previous team, the Dallas Mavericks. That means the former Florida standout has averaged roughly $37,000 per minute playing Grit ’n’ Grind.[footnote]And Parsons is set to earn $25 million more in 2019-20.[/footnote] Looking at the deal Parsons signed three years ago got me thinking about the most overpaid — and inadequately compensated — veteran free agents signed this summer. Fortunately, our CARMELO player projections allow the comparison of a player’s estimated market value to what his 2019-20 salary will be. While it’s tempting to say players like LeBron James, Stephen Curry and James Harden — all of whom earn more than $30 million per year — are overpaid, the reality is their market value still exceeds their compensation in terms of salary earned. Rather, it’s the short-term signees, brought in when teams like the Knicks strike out on top targets, who are often overpaid relative to their actual contributions. In total, six of the 10 most overpaid free-agent signees of 2019 are on short-term deals — defined as two years or fewer — while nine of the 10 best bargains signed contracts of three years or longer. In the 2019 free-agent class, the big-name signees — such as Kawhi Leonard, Jimmy Butler and Kemba Walker — were all bargains for their respective (new) teams, with each player set to earn a 2020 salary that is more than $10 million less than his CARMELO market value for the season. But lesser-known players — including Delon Wright, Kevon Looney and Jeremy Lamb — also found their names in the top 10 of CARMELO bargains. The 10 best bargains of the 2019 NBA free-agent class Players’ net values calculated by their 2019-20 CARMELO market values minus 2019-20 salaries, as of July 8 Rank Player Team CARMELO Market Value 2019-20 Salary Net Value 1 Kemba Walker Boston $58.4m $32.7m +$25.7m 2 Kevon Looney Golden State 28.7 4.6 +24.0 3 Jimmy Butler Miami 56.2 32.7 +23.5 4 DeMarcus Cousins L.A. Lakers 26.6 3.5 +23.1 5 Kyrie Irving Brooklyn 50.5 32.7 +17.7 6 Kevin Durant Brooklyn 54.5 38.2 +16.3 7 Delon Wright Dallas 24.6 9.2 +15.4 8 Jeremy Lamb Indiana 23.3 10.0 +13.3 9 Danny Green L.A. Lakers 27.1 14.6 +12.5 10 Kawhi Leonard L.A. Clippers 44.4 32.7 +11.7 Sources: FiveThirtyEight, Spotrac The opposite end of the spectrum paints a bleaker, more Parsons-ian picture. Harrison Barnes, the least valuable player of the 2016 NBA Finals, ranks first among players who will earn far more than their CARMELO market value: He will rake in close to $19 million in the first year of a four-year, $85 million contract with the Sacramento Kings. Our projections see his value as just a fraction of that, at about $3.5 million, meaning that he is charging the Kings more than $15 million above his “market price.” The 10 most overpaid free agents of 2019 Players’ net values calculated by their 2019-20 CARMELO market values minus 2019-20 salaries, as of July 8 Rank Player Team CARMELO Market Value 2019-20 Salary Net Value 1 Harrison Barnes Sacramento $3.5m $19.0m -$15.5m 2 Bobby Portis New York 1.1 15.1 -14.0 3 Trevor Ariza Sacramento -1.0 12.2 -13.2 4 Klay Thompson Golden State 22.5 32.7 -10.2 5 Rajon Rondo L.A. Lakers -6.6 2.6 -9.2 6 Mike Scott Philadelphia -4.4 4.8 -9.2 7 Tobias Harris Philadelphia 22.4 31.0 -8.6 8 Bojan Bogdanovic Utah 8.4 17.0 -8.6 9 Robin Lopez Milwaukee -3.1 4.8 -7.9 10 Taj Gibson New York 2.1 9.8 -7.7 Sources: fivethirtyeight, spotrac Others on the bottom 10 include Bobby Portis, just one of the Knicks’ many overvalued signings; Sixers star Tobias Harris, who re-signed with the club that traded for him last season; and Golden State Warriors star Klay Thompson, who likely will spend the season sidelined while he rehabs from a torn ACL suffered in Game 6 of this year’s finals. While Thompson’s injury no doubt dampens his value for the upcoming season, our model always has been a little low on him, and the five-year, $190 million extension he signed with the Warriors likely already was going to put him on this end of the rankings. Looking at absolute differences, however, isn’t the only way to determine who is a relative “bargain” or is “overpaid.” The nature of max deals since the NBA salary cap ballooned in 2016 is such that you can afford to pay stars, even B-list ones, yearly salaries of more than $30 million. Even the short-term deals that overpay, such as those offered by the Knicks to Portis, Reggie Bullock[footnote]Who ranks as the 14th-most overpaid free-agent signee.[/footnote] and Taj Gibson, are forgivable in that they don’t limit a team’s long-term flexibility in signing marquee free agents.[footnote]Well, unless you’re the Knicks, and you have trouble getting free agents any way you slice it,[/footnote] Where teams start to go wrong, however, is when they agree to certain long-term, expensive deals with players — ones that haven’t demonstrated much value — that make them almost untradeable. That’s the case of Barnes, predicted by CARMELO to generate a total of $8.3 million over the next four years, against the $85 million owed to him by Sacramento. There are plenty of those kinds of deals out there, a spate of which arrived in 2016 — courtesy of players such as Parsons.[footnote]And Barnes, who is a repeat offender.[/footnote] He may have been an all-star of bad contracts for his deal with Memphis, but he has one year left on that contract, now with Atlanta, to change CARMELO’s mind about what he’s worth. [ornamentalrule] https://abcnews.go.com/video/62331331 Check out our NBA player ratings. CORRECTION (July 10, 2019, 6:15 p.m.): A previous version of a table in this article incorrectly showed Delon Wright as re-signing with Memphis. Wright was sent to Dallas in a sign-and-trade.