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Director Amy Aniobi walks IndieWire through the challenges of filming a show to look like social media, as well as crafting "sexy" love scenes.
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IndieWire talks to showrunner Prentice Penny and music supervisor Kier Lehman, who look back on the HBO series’ five-year run.
HBO's acclaimed sitcom comes to an end in Season 5, with creator and star Issa Rae making the best of her sitcom structure.
Issa Rae's beloved HBO comedy series might have a surprise fan in Donald Trump.
An ambitious Season 4 spells trouble for Issa and Molly's friendship, while the series wisely pivots from focusing on the foibles of millennial dating life.
"Insecure: The Come Up Game" will invite players to participate in the LA misadventures of Issa Dee from HBO's hit comedy.
Jay Ellis is gone, but the one big change in HBO's comedy doesn't mean more are needed for this series to say its piece.
The "Insecure" actor impresses in his first leading role, in an action-heavy franchise feature that required some unexpected influences.
The ladies are "single, 30, and thriving," but that sure as hell doesn't mean they've got everything figured out.
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