Kerry Washington
"Even in the beginning of my career, I would say I’d rather work another shift at the restaurant than do a movie that is going to be bad for women or Black people."
The Emmy winner recalled the "sweet" moment she qualified for SAG health insurance and paid it forward with two working actors on the July 20 episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!."
Packer wrote that watching the trial verdict was "exhausting...but for a brief moment right now...We can exhale. Onward."
Hulu's lit adaptation relishes its hot takes on motherhood and race, but overdramatizes and overexplains a story that's already on-the-nose.
Hulu released the official full-length trailer for its upcoming eight-episode limited series Emmy contender.
Based on Celeste Ng's 2017 novel, stars Witherspoon and Washington also serve as executive producers on Hulu's upcoming awards season play.
After almost a decade on 'Scandal', Washington decided to take on the most challenging role of her career — first on stage, then for Netflix.
Netflix's adaptation of the Broadway play is well-intentioned but lacks necessary thoughtful insight and nuance on race relations in America.
Washington reprises the role she originated in the Broadway play. The TV movie hits Netflix November 1.
The groundbreaking ABC drama seemed like it was utilizing the "Seinfeld" finale approach, before taking a turn in "Over a Cliff."
Hulu won the rights after an intense bidding war.
Celeste Ng's fiction bestseller will be adapted by both actresses' companies and ABC Signature Studios.
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