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Posted by Jennifer on November 9, 2023 commented by Comments Off on SAG-AFTRA Tentative Agreement Reached

Great news! SAG-AFTRA have reached a tentative agreement with the AMPTP. This means that actors are able to resume their work filming projects for television, commercials, and movies. Congratulations to the members of SAG-AFTRA on their new contract!


Posted by Jennifer on November 3, 2023 commented by Comments Off on “Hadestown” Opening Night Photos

I have updated the photo gallery with 4 HQ images of D’Arcy Carden from the opening night performance of “Hadestown.”

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Posted by Jennifer on August 30, 2023 commented by Comments Off on Recent Podcast Interviews

D’Arcy Carden has appeared on two podcasts this month!

Check out D’Arcy on The Amber & Lacey, Lacey & Amber Show! from earlier in August 2023.

Also, check out D’Arcy on The Three Questions with Andy Richter, which premiered this week.

Posted by Jennifer on August 19, 2023 commented by Comments Off on “A League Of Their Own” Officially Canceled

Prime Video is not moving forward with the previously ordered second — and final — season of comedy-drama A League Of Their Own, co-created and starring Abbi Jacobson, Deadline has learned.

It joins fellow Prime Video/Amazon Studios hourlong freshman series The Peripheral, which also had its Season 2 renewal reversed.

As Deadline reported earlier today, both cancellations are believed to stem from the length of the ongoing WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, which have delayed TV production, creating large gaps between seasons and making shows miss their target release dates.

In a story earlier this week, Deadline reported that there may be more series whose renewals could be rescinded or pending pickups not happen if the work stoppage stretches past Labor Day, with freshman series going into Season 2 the most vulnerable. There was a similar string of unrenewals during the pandemic.

A League of Their Own, an adaptation of the 1992 film of the same name, premiered last summer; after months of negotiations, the series received an order for an abbreviated four-episode second and final season in April. I hear the show was slated to begin filming before winter this year.

Due to the strikes, production on both A League Of Their Own and The Peripheral was delayed and could not start before 2024, pushing the Season 2 premieres to 2025. That would create a logjam in Amazon’s 2025 pipeline and would stretch the gap between A League Of Their Own‘s first season and the four final episodes to three years.

Still, the baseball comedy-drama developed a modest but very passionate fan base, so the news that they would not be getting closure will likely resonate in a big way.

But, being an elaborate period piece, A League of Their Own is expensive, and a delay is incurring charges that are being added to its budget while also creating the need for a new marketing campaign around the relaunch.

Series renewed for a second season comprised the bulk of pickup reversals and cancellations during the pandemic, when Covid shut down production for months, leading to big gaps between seasons. The list included Netflix’s The Society and I’m Not OK With This as well as Showtime’s On Becoming a God in Central Florida and ABC’s Stumptown.

A League Of Their Own, created by Will Graham and Jacobson, follows the formation of the WWII-era women’s professional baseball team weaving in the experiences of both diverse and queer women at the center and earning the show a devoted cult following.

Jacobson stars in A League of Their Own alongside Chanté Adams, D’Arcy Carden, Gbemisola Ikumelo, Roberta Collindrez, Kelly McCormack, Priscilla Delgado, Molly Ephraim, Kate Berlant, Melanie Field, Nick Offerman, Rosie O’Donnell, Patrick J. Adams, Patrice Covington, Sadiah Ekulona, Lea Robinson, Andia Winslow, Rae Gray, and Lil Frex.

Season 1 won for Outstanding New TV Series at the GLAAD Media Awards, and received Best Supporting Performance in a New Scripted Series Independent Spirit Awards nomination for Gbemisola Ikumelo.

A League of Their Own is from Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures Television in association with Field Trip Productions. The series is co-created and executive produced by Graham and Jacobson. Field Trip’s Hailey Wierengo, Desta Tedros Reff and Jamie Babbit also executive produce. Maybelle Blair, a 95-year-old original All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player, served as a consultant on the series.

Graham also is executive producing Amazon Studios’ praised limited series Daisy Jones & The Six whose production was significantly delayed by the pandemic. It is currently nominated for nine Emmy Awards.

Source: Deadline

Posted by Jennifer on July 22, 2023 commented by Comments Off on “The $100,000 Pyramid” Photos & Screencaps

I have updated the photo gallery with 702 HD screen captures and 12 HQ images of D’Arcy Carden from “The $100,000 Pyramid”!

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Posted by Jennifer on July 13, 2023 commented by Comments Off on In Support of the SAG-AFTRA Strike

D’Arcy Carden Fan supports the SAG-AFTRA strike.

The nearly 160,000 members of SAG-AFTRA, the union that represents all performers on film and television, are going on strike.

On Thursday, the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) announced its national board voted unanimously to launch the guild’s first strike. The news was unveiled by SAG-AFTRA President Fran Drescher and National Executive Director & Chief Negotiator Duncan Crabtree-Ireland during a press conference, following the expiration of the union’s current contract and a 12-day extension of contract negotiations with the Alliance of Motion Pictures and Television Producers (AMPTP).

Why are the actors going on strike?
The short answer is because the SAG-AFTRA bargaining committee and AMPTP could not reach an agreement to form a new contract after their previous one expired on June 30.

But the reasons for a strike are many. SAG-AFTRA has faced a host of radical changes as the industry has pivoted away from more traditional models of theatrical distribution and network and cable television in favor of streaming. The issues at hand include the use of AI in generating and perpetuating actors’ likenesses, as well as residuals and data transparency for streaming projects. Other points of conflict are also salaries, particularly for guest stars, costars, and background actors, as rising inflation and the cost of living increasingly prevent many working actors from earning a living wage.

Drescher summed up the reasons for a strike in a press conference speech. “We are being victimized by a very greedy entity. I am shocked by the way the people that we have been in business with are treating us,” she said. “I cannot believe it, quite frankly. How far apart we are on so many things. How they plead poverty, that they’re losing money left and right while giving hundreds and millions of dollars to their CEOS. It is disgusting. Shame on them. They stand on the wrong side of history at this very moment.”

She continued: “The entire business model has been changed by streaming, digital, AI. This is a moment of history that is a moment of truth. If we don’t stand tall right now, we are going to be in trouble. We are all going to be in jeopardy of being replaced by machines and big business, who cares more about wall street than you and your family.”


Posted by Jennifer on July 12, 2023 commented by Comments Off on D’Arcy Carden to Appear on “The $100,000 Pyramid”

D’Arcy Carden will be appearing on The $100,000 Pyramid this weekend! Her episode is scheduled to air on Sunday, July 16th at 10/9c on ABC. You will be able to stream the show on ABC.com or on Hulu the day after the initial airing.

Posted by Jennifer on July 11, 2023 commented by Comments Off on D’Arcy Carden Nominated at 2023 HCA TV Awards

D’Arcy Carden is nominated at the 2023 HCA TV Awards for her role as Natalie on Barry. Due to the ongoing WGA strike and the SAG/AFTRA strike looming, winners of the 2023 HCA TV Awards will no longer be presented on August 12th and August 13th. Presentation of the HCA TV Awards Winners is TBD.

Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
Aubrey Plaza – Saturday Night Live (NBC)
Ayo Edebiri – Abbott Elementary (ABC)
Catherine Zeta-Jones – Wednesday (Netflix)
D’Arcy Carden – Barry (HBO)
Hong Chau – Poker Face (Peacock)
Jane Lynch – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Prime Video)
Jenna Ortega – Saturday Night Live (NBC)
Rachel McAdams – Dave (FXX)
Stephanie Hsu – Poker Face (Peacock)
Taraji P. Henson – Abbott Elementary (ABC)

Source: Awards Radar

Posted by Jennifer on June 10, 2023 commented by Comments Off on Theatre World Awards Photos

I have updated the photo gallery with 16 HQ/MQ images of D’Arcy Carden from the 77th Annual Theatre World Awards, which were held on June 5th! D’Arcy won the award for “Outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway Debut Performance” for her role in The Thanksgiving Play!

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