Is that why it's so terrible?
Mark Hudis will step in as showrunner.
She'll play an office drone who snaps.
And it's set in Amish country.
"I don't have any desire to leave because I'm having more fun than I ever had in my life."
Lifestyles of the rich and famous.
Plus: Alan Ball sells "a dark comedy with a twist."
Plus: Ruffalo as the Hulk!
Whishaw will be the lead in 'All Signs of Death.'
He seems to have a thing for that theme.
Plus: Lady Gaga hasn't slept in three days.
Plus: David Beckham to be a REAL sex symbol for Halloween.
Call us crazy, but we vastly prefer this to 'Alice'!
Say hello to Denis O'Hare, everyone!
Alan Ball keeps messing with the laws of vampire physics!
The season-two premiere was the highest-rated program on the network since 'The Sopranos.'
Ball raps with Vulture about pedophiles, death, and sex.
In other news, hasn't 'Mad Men' been great lately?
So this is about vampires as the gay community, right? Well, not precisely.
Plus: Kristen Schaal goes nuts!
Warner Independent Pictures and Netflix's Red Envelope Entertainment have upped the ante by purchasing rights to American Beauty scribe Alan Ball's controversial directorial debut Nothing is Private.
Plus industry news on Thor, Anne Hathaway, and Chris Farley.