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HBO on Twitter

Lily reports: HBO is now on Twitter (@HBO). I already asked them about IT Season 3 — maybe the Byrneholics community wants to do the same?  I’m @Lost_Lily This is great! Everyone can tweet @HBO and ask about Season Three. I’m going to do that right now. Thanks, Lily.

The Emmys, Part 4

Alan Sepinwall, intrepid TV critic for The Star-Ledger newspaper of northern New Jersey, posted his In Treatment: Season Two Post-Mortem with Warren Leight back in May. This interview with the In Treatment showrunner offers an analysis of Season Two, a discussion of the last episodes for each patient and how […]

The Emmys, Part 3

Predictions for the Emmy Award for Best Actor in a Drama tend to focus on In Treatment’s competition: Bryan Cranston, Jon Hamm, Hugh Laurie, and Michael C. Hall. Bucking the trend, though, is Robert Licuria over at the LA Times’ The Envelope, who is pushing the envelope for our man: […]

The Emmys, Part 2

Although the only Emmy Award nominations for In Treatment were for these three actors, we all know the directors and writers create the characters these actors become as well as the world they inhabit. Understanding more about the process of making this series and bringing it to life leads to […]

At Swim-Two-Birds is Go!

Variety, the Irish Film Television Network, and a ton o’ blogs are reporting that Parallel Films has green-lighted the long-awaited project At Swim-Two-Birds, based on the book by Flann O’Brien, as well as a new vehicle for Liam Neeson. Variety [this article is no longer available]: First up is an […]

For Your Consideration: The Emmys 2009

Nominated for their performances in In Treatment: Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series: Hope Davis, as Mia Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series: Gabriel Byrne, as Paul Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series: Dianne Wiest, as Gina 2009 Primetime Emmy Awards will be broadcast live September 20 […]