Brett Goldstein

How Teri Hatcher Found Her Stand-Up Comedy Groove With Help From ‘Ted Lasso’s’ Brett Goldstein

Teri Hatcher is getting serious about comedy. The actor is no stranger to delivering jokes or being put in humorous situations on-screen, from her iconic guest star appearance…

‘Ted Lasso’s’ Brett Goldstein, Bill Lawrence Team With Jason Segel for Apple Comedy Series

“Ted Lasso’s” Brett Goldstein and Bill Lawrence are uniting with Jason Segel on the Apple comedy series “Shrinking,” Variety has learned. Goldstein, Lawrence, and Segel will all serve as…

Netflix Releases New ‘Locke & Key’ Season 2 Trailer (TV News Roundup)

Netflix released a new trailer for the second season of “Locke & Key,” which debuts Oct. 22. The new season will follow Tyler (Connor Jessup), Kinsey (Emilia Jones)…

In Defense of ‘Ted Lasso’ Season 2, a Risky Sequel That’s the Good Kind of Messy

For anyone paying close attention, Ted Lasso’s Season 2 breakdown was inevitable. Despite the soccer coach’s aggressively sunny demeanor, the writing was on the wall from his very…

U.K. TV Industry Fete British Emmy Awards Triumph: ‘It’s a Golden Era for U.K. Film and TV’

The U.K.’s film and television bodies celebrated their compatriots’ winning streak at the Emmy Awards on Sunday evening, with British talent taking home dozens of gongs, including Michaela…

The best and worst moments of Emmys 2021: Was it really #EmmysSoWhite?

It was a big night for “Ted Lasso,” Jean Smart, “The Crown,” and for “The Queen’s Gambit” director Scott Frank briefly becoming Hollywood’s most hated man. However, for major nominees of color, Emmys 2021 was a major disappointment — and #EmmysSoWhite was trending on Twitter by the time the broadcast ended after running 15 minutes overtime….

‘The Crown’ and ‘Ted Lasso’s’ Big Emmy Wins Solidify TV’s New British — and Streaming — Invasions

Television’s British invasion was on full display Sunday night at the 73rd Emmys. Netflix’s “The Crown” and Apple TV Plus’ “Ted Lasso” — series both set in the…

Netflix Wins Most Emmys for First Time Ever, ‘The Crown’ and ‘Queen’s Gambit’ Tops 2021 Awards Haul

Netflix has won more Emmys than any other network or platform for the first time ever, with the streaming giant nabbing 44 awards total in 2021. Not only…

Emmy predictions: Who should win vs. who will win this year

Before the 73rd annual Primetime Emmys take place on Sunday, Sept. 19, at 8 p.m. — live from the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles — The Post’s TV Editor breaks down who will win the awards, as well as who should win.

Jeremy Swift got ‘tearful’ about his ‘Ted Lasso’ Emmy nomination

Jeremy Swift had a surreal experience learning about his Emmy nomination for playing good-natured p. r. director Leslie Higgins on the Apple TV+ comedy “Ted Lasso.” “I’d looked on some prediction sites and saw a story that four of us might be nominated [for Best Supporting Actor], which would be the first time since ‘Modern…

Jason Sudeikis earns $1M per episode in ‘Ted Lasso’ contract

“Ted Lasso” star Jason Sudeikis has reportedly scored a $1 million-per-episode deal with Apple to renew the feel-good hit for a third season.

‘Ted Lasso,’ ‘The Crown,’ ‘The Mandalorian,’ ‘Cruel Summer,’ ‘New Amsterdam’ Among HCA TV Awards Winners

After being delayed a week and switched from an in-person event to a virtual ceremony, the Hollywood Critics Association revealed the winners for its first-ever HCA TV Awards…