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Premium TV shows using Britain as their production hub include #HouseOfTheDragon, Amazon’s #LordOfTheRings series, #TedLasso and #TheCrown. The soaring production demand has created a shortage of stage space — and burn out concerns among crews. latimes.com/entertainment-…
Britain’s generous film incentives — a 25% cash rebate that applies to actors’ salaries and other so-called above-the-line costs — have been a big draw for the studios behind movies like #Wicked, #FastX, #Barbie and #Wonka. latimes.com/entertainment-… Image
“It’s just gone absolutely thermonuclear,” said Bectu’s Spencer MacDonald, national secretary of the union representing over 40,000 staff, contract and freelance workers in the media and entertainment industries. latimes.com/entertainment-… Image
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Ted Lasso is a modern Wizard of Oz story. 🧵
#TedLasso #WizardofOz
The Wizard of Oz classic, released in 1939, is comprised of three distinct parts: Dorothy’s life in Kansas, her dreamlike Oz experience (which debuted the cutting-edge technology of Technicolor at the time), and her return home. 2/
In part 1, we meet Dorothy and her Kansas family, Aunt Em and Uncle Henry, as well as her three uncles.

In the Apple TV+ show, Ted Lasso, TheoDORE is DORothy. His Kansas family is Michelle (Aunt “M”) and son, Henry. 3/
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Jason Sudeikis is not pleased with the spectacle that unfolded when Olivia Wilde received custody papers at CinemaCon. “Mr. Sudeikis had no prior knowledge of the time or place that the envelope would have been delivered,” reads a statement from the actor. lat.ms/38zarYb
“This would solely be up to the process service company involved and he would never condone her being served in such an inappropriate manner,” the statement continues. lat.ms/38zarYb
The #TedLasso star responded to reports that his ex-fiancée of seven years was handed a cryptic envelope containing legal documents while introducing her forthcoming movie, #DontWorryDarling, at the industry event in Las Vegas earlier this week. lat.ms/3xUuxHc
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rebecca welton as bunnies 🐰 a wannabe hard person being soft af – a thread

@hanwaddingham #tedlasso
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ted lasso characters as puppies: a cute and necessary thread 🐶 #TedLasso
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Gemoy banget sih rombongan Squid Game di SAG Awards. Donatur kostum & hairdo-nya pasti dari si kakek 001.

Selamat yaaa, om ganteng & kaka cantik ❤
Setelah individually kalah dari peserta Squid Game no. 456, Roy family menang ensemble cast!

Cinta banget sama keluarga disfungsional tajir melintir ini.
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I've been sitting on this one for a bit, some of you have heard it in parts, but I've finally consolidated my thoughts into one little thread: The significance of the Army Men in #TedLasso, and who Ted gave them to.
Rebecca: The figure he gives her is in a defensive pose - and he places it on the desk, purposely between her and the door - it's protective and he says as much. He wants her to feel safe. It also speaks to Ted's instinctual reaction to Rebecca, and his want to support her.
...Also it touches on their soulmates/guardian angels thread, that is just in the early stages at this point. With Rebecca & the Army Man, Ted's motivations are a lot more overt, but the underlying theme is subtle and gives a lovely insight into what's to come for them as a unit.
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While watching #TedLasso, American wife asks me, her usual cultural translator for all things British, questions like "what exactly is offside" and "how long do relegated teams have to stay in the lower league"

I got nothing cos I've never been into soccer. 🤷🏽‍♂️🤷🏽‍♂️ We google it.
I'm like, listen, you wanna know about Ranji Trophy relegation and front foot no ball rules? I'm your guy. But the British Soccer League, I'm as American about as you are. All I know is relegation puts a penalty on continuing to New York Jets your way through seasons lol.
So in recent years, the Jets have been the villain in a Curb Your Enthusiasm episode and also been insulted on Ted Lasso and I find it absolutely hilarious.
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THREAD: #GoldenGlobes 2022 winners: live updates of tonight’s awards bit.ly/3zKdczI
#Succession’s Jeremy Strong wins Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series — Drama bit.ly/3zKdczI
#TedLasso’s @jasonsudeikis wins Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series — Musical or Comedy bit.ly/3zKdczI
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1/ Nerdy Girl @drjenndowd (🇺🇸 in 🇬🇧 ) writing from not-so-sunny England, home of the strangest shaped epidemic curve ever seen.

"Buckle up America."

dearpandemic.org/buckle-up-amer…
2/ And by buckle up, I mean BOOST-UP. And take other sensible precautions, especially leading up to the holidays. Things are not looking so good.
3/ Omicron has a significant foothold here, currently estimated at over 30% of current cases in the UK and doubling every 2-3 days 😳. In London where Omicron is a whopping 60+% of the cases, Omicron cases are adding to, but not displacing Delta…yet .
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Every week in #BQOpinion, Priya Ramani’s ‘Rational Anthem’ column casts a mirror on the lives we live and the society around us.

Read them here: bloombergquint.com/author/1396599… ImageImageImageImage
How #Covid19 has left its Yeti-sized footprints all over our closest relationships.

Read #PriyaRamani in #BQOpinion.
bit.ly/3F7pZgO
In India’s worst health crisis after independence, children have come closer to death than ever before.

Talking about death is no longer something to be done in whispers after the kids have gone to bed, writes Priya Ramani in #BQOpinion.
bit.ly/3zvod7h
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In honour of the best book I have read this year, I give you The Promises of Giants by @JohnAmaechi as interpreted by #TedLasso GIFs
1. I Promise to View Myself Critically, But Not Cruelly
2. I Promise to Commit Fully to Success
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Some thoughts on Nate from #tedlasso that folks aren’t talking about … (spoilers ahead)
There were several moments in the series I felt super uncomfortable. Not because Nate was “going bad.” Mostly because I’m an immigrant / minority.
In one scene, Nate has the very reasonable request to reserve the window table at his favorite neighborhood restaurant for his parents’ anniversary. Even though he asks early and the eatery is usually empty, the host says no
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1/4 In the first episode of the podcast “The Review,” our staff writers @davidlsims, @megangarber, and @sophieGG discuss the unlikely hit sitcom #TedLasso. What is the second season saying about the merits (and the limits) of American optimism? theatlantic.com/podcasts/archi…
2/4 “‘Ted Lasso’ came out of nowhere, almost,” @sophieGG says. The show was adapted from an NBC Sports ad in which an American coach who knows nothing about soccer moves to England to coach a Premier League team. The result, our critics agree, is a heartwarming, feel-good show.
3/4 #TedLasso “took off because people really loved its ethos, its optimistic sports narrative in Season 1,” @sophieGG says. @megangarber adds: “I think there’s something quietly genius about making this show that is about team sports not about the sport at all.”
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1/4 In the first episode of the podcast “The Review,” our staff writers @davidlsims, @megangarber, and @sophieGG discuss the unlikely hit sitcom #TedLasso. What is the second season saying about the merits (and the limits) of American optimism? theatlantic.com/podcasts/archi…
2/4 “‘Ted Lasso’ came out of nowhere, almost,” @sophieGG says. The show was adapted from an NBC Sports ad in which an American coach who knows nothing about soccer moves to England to coach a Premier League team. The result, our critics agree, is a heartwarming, feel-good show.
3/4 #TedLasso “took off because people really loved its ethos, its optimistic sports narrative in Season 1,” @sophieGG says. @megangarber adds: “I think there’s something quietly genius about making this show that is about team sports not about the sport at all.”
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As a therapist and someone who lost 3 family members last month, I believe #TedLasso is not only doing incredible things in tv as art, but is also an example of how media can help the world heal from grief: a thread (spoilers ahead)
1) I think grief is the most fundamental emotion we experience as a human race. I believe it is at the core of all of the uncomfortable emotions we feel. It’s also the most nuanced and complex because it is so visceral and painful.
2) Which is part of why our first response is escape (also why I’ve done an embarrassingly deep dive into @brettgoldstein work and why I regularly imagine I’m on his podcast. His work is great! You should check it out! but I digress). Ted lasso first offers us escape.
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Owen Wilson, Kim Kardashian, Jason Sudeikis and Rami Malek have been tapped to host #SNL next season, as the show livestreams on Peacock for the first time. bit.ly/3CFH4x4
NBC intends to livestream the sketch comedy show on its Peacock streaming hub as the program launches its 47th season, marking the latest attempt to put the show in front of a broader audience. bit.ly/3CFH4x4
The first host of the season will be Owen Wilson who will be paired with Kacey Musgraves. bit.ly/3CFH4x4
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#TedLasso won at the #Emmys for comedy series. In one of the show's scenes, this 26,000-seat stadium looks filled to the brim, but what most people don't know is the crowd is mostly made of fake people who weren't even filmed in a stadium.
This soccer scene was filmed during the pandemic, so in order to keep actors safe and to limit the number of extras on set, production team @Barnstorm_VFX had to get creative using fake people.
In order to make the shot look real, the Barnstorm team used a few different techniques including crowd tiling, plate extras, and motion-capture animation.
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hey everybody! @gabbfern and @MKMetivier here (i’m taking the pic lol), live at the #Emmys2021 red carpet

do you have any qs you want us to ask? drop em in the replies⬇️
five seconds of #Emmys2021 red carpet

(it actually took one full minute to walk all the way down lol)
follow us on tiktok 😌
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The 73rd Primetime #Emmys are being held tonight to celebrate excellence in television.

Here's everything you need to know about the nominees, who's attending, and where to watch the iconic event. 👇

insider.com/emmys-nominees…
This year's nominees include fan favorites like #WandaVision, #Bridgerton, and #Blackish.

Some of the picks were more controversial, such as #EmilyInParis, which was nominated for best comedy and yet currently only sits at 63% on Rotten Tomatoes.

insider.com/netflix-emily-…
Do you think Emily in Paris should have been nominated for an Emmy for Best Comedy?
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It's been over a week since @TedLasso Episode 6 for which I was asked to be a guest on the amazing #MedLasso podcast with @ETSshow and @TheRealDoctorT. While we covered quite a bit, there was SO much we couldn't get to. Sharing a brief 🧵 here.
explorethespaceshow.com/podcasting/med…
I mentioned at the beginning that I had major #ImplicitBias when we first met @TheKeeleyJones. Since then, she has become one of my FAVORITE characters, for many reasons.
There is so much more to her than what is on the surface. She epitomizes don't judge a book by its cover.
Funny I reacted to her initial entrance in that way as I have often been told I am too bubbly/ enthusiastic to be taken seriously or seen as a professional. Goes to show you how these unconscious stereotypes can influence all of us, even when we have been on the receiving end.
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Finding your call room
When your attending tries to be funny
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"Season 2 of Apple’s beloved comedy #TedLasso should change its name to reflect the real star of the show: 'Roy Kent.'" latimes.com/entertainment-…
Why @LorraineAli says Kent's brutal honesty is refreshing in an ice-bath sort of way next to Lasso’s polite-at-all-costs offensive: latimes.com/entertainment-… Image
More on how this year, the best thing about the warmhearted #TedLasso is its hardest-to-love character. latimes.com/entertainment-…
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“Ted Lasso‘s” mid-August Christmas episode might be the most earnest half-hour in a series already unabashed in its optimism and joy. latimes.com/entertainment-…
The episode was written just before the 2020 holiday season that was thwarted by the coronavirus pandemic. So the fact that the holiday treat is dropping in the middle of August can be “another chance at Christmas cheer" latimes.com/entertainment-…
More on why “Carol of the Bells” is one of the best entries in #TedLasso's acclaimed second season. latimes.com/entertainment-…
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