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  • How to Stream 'Schitt's Creek' Online

    All six seasons of the Emmy-winning comedy series moved from Netflix to Hulu this month. Here's how you can watch them all for free

  • Golden Globes 2021: 15 Best, Worst, and Most WTF Moments

    From Fey and Poehler's reunion to Zoom glitches and tearjerking speeches, our picks for the highlights and lowlights from last night's ceremony

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  • 'RS Interview: Special Edition' With Catherine O'Hara

    The Emmy-winning actress from 'Schitt's Creek' discusses her years in 'SCTV,' working with Christopher Guest, why Canadians are so funny, and the "safe" way to yell 'Kev-in!' during the pandemic

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  • Why 'Schitt's Creek' Is a Comedy Sleeper Hit

    Eugene Levy and his son Daniel have created a quirky universe all their own for this sunny Canadian production that's suddenly catching on

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  • Frankenweenie

    A stop-motion animated movie in black-and-white and 3D. Who'd think of that? Try Tim Burton, the undisputed wizard of odd who's been yearning to do a full-length feature of the live-action short he made in 1984 when he toiled as an animator at Disney. Well, now Frankenweenie is here, and it's a honey, a dark […]

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  • 'For Your Consideration'

    Catherine O'Hara is comic perfection as Marilyn Hack in Christopher Guest's latest comedy

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  • A Mighty Wind

    Folk music numbs me. But the sheer exuberance of A Mighty Wind, directed with mirth and mischief by Christopher Guest, who devised the story with Eugene Levy and let the cast improv the rest, had me begging for more. Just as he used the faux-documentary format to spoof community theater in Waiting for Guffman and […]

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  • Waiting for Guffman

    If a mockumentary about the citizens of Blaine, Mo., staging a musical to celebrate the town’s 150th anniversary doesn’t grab you, hold on. Actor-director-writer-composer Christopher Guest (guitarist Nigel Tufnel in This Is Spinal Tap) loads an arsenal of laughs into a deceptively small package. Wearing bangs and speaking in a lisp that barely skirts gay […]

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