"Big Sky" has been renewed for Season 3 at ABC.
She had a recurring role on Season 2 as Tonya, a waitress at a local diner whose boyfriend mysteriously disappears. Jamie-Lynn Sigler has also been upped to series regular for Season 3.
Kelley created the series and serves as an executive producer. Elwood Reid serves as showrunner and executive producer, with Ross Fineman also executive producing. It is produced by 20th Television in association with A+E Studios. David E.
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Along with Winnick and Bunbury, the series stars Brian Geraghty as Ronald Pergman, Dedee Pfeiffer as Denise Brisbane, Omar Metwally as Mark Lindor, Anja Savcic as Scarlet Leyendecker, and Janina Gavankar as Ren.
In Season 2, private detectives Cassie Dewell (Kylie Bunbury) and Jenny Hoyt (Katheryn Winnick) reunite to investigate a car wreck outside of Helena, Montana. As they unravel the mystery of the accident, their worlds will collide with a band of unsuspecting teens, a flirtatious face from Jenny’s past, and a vicious outsider hellbent on finding answers. They soon discover that the case may not be as straightforward as it seems.
Box Season 2 of the "Big Sky" began airing on ABC in September. The show is based on "The Highway" novel series written by C. J.
He recently guest starred in the Season 2 finale as Beau Arlen, described as a confident and charming good ol’ boy from Texas who steps in as temporary Sheriff as a favor to his friend, Sheriff Tubb (Patrick Gallagher). In addition, Jensen Ackles will join the show's third season as a series regular.
Ackles will narrate the series and serves as an executive producer. This is the second good piece of broadcast TV news for Ackles in as many days, as the "Supernatural" prequel "The Winchesters" was just ordered at The CW.

Rosa Diaz in the popular comedy series "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." The show aired five seasons on Fox before moving to NBC for another three. It concluded after eight seasons and over 150 episodes in 2021. Beatriz is also known for lending her voice to the hit Disney animated musical film "Encanto." She also had a role in the film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's "In the Heights." Beatriz is best known for playing the imposing Det.
Stephanie Beatriz is set to star opposite Anthony Mackie in the "Twisted Metal" series currently in the works at Peacock, Variety has learned.
It is an adaptation of the video game series of the same name. The show was ordered to series at the NBCU streamer back in February.
She is repped by ICM, Authentic Talent & Literary Management, and Goodman Genow.
With the help of a trigger-happy car thief (Beatriz), he’ll face savage marauders driving vehicles of destruction and other dangers of the open road, including a deranged clown who drives an all too familiar ice cream truck. In the half-hour show, Mackie will play John Doe, a motor-mouthed outsider who is offered a chance at a better life, but only if he can successfully deliver a mysterious package across a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Sony Pictures Television, Playstation Productions, and Universal Television will produce.” /> Mackie will executive produce in addition to starring. The show is based on an original take by "Deadpool" writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. Jason Spire of Inspire Entertainment, Peter Principato of Artists First, Asad Qizilbash and Carter Swan from PlayStation Productions, and PlayStation Studios head Hermen Hulst will also executive produce. Both Reese and Wernick also executive produce. Michael Jonathan Smith will serve as writer, showrunner, and executive producer. Kitao Sakurai will direct multiple episodes and also executive produce. Will Arnett and Marc Forman will executive produce via Electric Avenue, which secured the rights to the material and helped put the project together.
Beatriz's character is named Quiet. Coming from a community that oppressed her into silence, Quiet’s wish is to find her place in this dark, chaotic world. But when she becomes clouded by her need for revenge, Quiet forms an unlikely, antagonistic bond with John Doe. She is further described as a ferocious, badass car thief who acts purely on instinct – you couldn’t stop her any more than a manhole could stop a volcano.

Elisha “EJ” Williams stars as Dean Williams, with Dulé Hill as Bill Williams, Saycon Sengbloh as Lillian Williams, Laura Kariuki as Kim Williams, Julian Lerner as Brad Hitman, Amari O’Neil as Cory Long, and Milan Ray as Keisa Clemmons. Don Cheadle narrates the series as an adult Dean.
Season 2 of the show debuted on the broadcaster in September 2021. It is inspired by the life of series writer and executive producer Michael Colton. The comedy series follows the relationships between three adult siblings: one in the 1%, one middle-class and one barely holding on.
Ferguson as Ben. Conner, Emma Kenney as Harris Conner-Healy, Ames McNamara as Mark Conner-Healy, Jayden Rey as Mary Conner, and Jay R. The series stars John Goodman as Dan Conner, Laurie Metcalf as Jackie Harris, Sara Gilbert as Darlene Conner, Lecy Goranson as Becky Conner-Healy, Michael Fishman as D.J.
The series is produced by Werner Entertainment. “The Conners” is executive produced by Tom Werner along with Gilbert, Bruce Helford, Dave Caplan, Bruce Rasmussen and Tony Hernandez.
The series is produced by Lionsgate and ABC Signature.” /> They serve as executive producers alongside Grace and Eric and Kim Tannenbaum of The Tannenbaum Company, with Jason Wang of The Tannenbaum Company co-executive producing. “Home Economics” was created by Colton and John Aboud.
Meanwhile, ABC has renewed "The Wonder Years" for Season 2.
The show is a spinoff continuation of "Roseanne," which was canceled after one revival season in 2018 due to controversial remarks made by series star Roseanne Barr.
Season 4 of the comedy series debuted in September. "The Conners" has been picked up for a fifth season by the Disney-owned network.
In Season 4, the Conners continue to face the daily struggles of life in Lanford. This family—Dan, Jackie, Darlene, Becky and D.J.—grapples with parenthood, dating, financial pressures and aging in working-class America.
Also starring is Shiloh Bearman as Gretchen, Jordyn Curet as Shamiah, Chloe Jo Rountree as Camila, and JeCobi Swain as Kelvin. "Home Economics" stars Topher Grace as Tom, Caitlin McGee as Sarah, Jimmy Tatro as Connor, Karla Souza as Marina, and Sasheer Zamata as Denise.
Trio of comedies "The Conners," "The Wonder Years" and "Home Economics" have been renewed for new seasons at ABC, the broadcaster revealed Friday.
The series is a reimagining of the 1990s series of the same name. The new series tells the story of the Williams family during the late 1960s, all through the point of view of imaginative 12-year-old Dean. With the wisdom of his adult years, Dean’s hopeful and humorous recollections of his past spotlight the ups and downs of growing up in a Black middle-class family in Montgomery, Alabama, and the friendship, laughter and lessons along the way.
All three series will air their respective season finales Wednesday, May 18.
"Home Economics" was given a third-season order from ABC.
The pilot episode was written by Patterson and directed by Savage. Lee Daniels, Saladin K. Patterson, original series star Fred Savage, and Marc Velez serve as executive producers. The series is produced by 20th Television.

King (Founder & CEO, MACRO; "Judas And The Black Messiah," "Mudbound") Charles D.
Below is the current list of speakers and mentors, in alphabetical order. The list will be updated as more speakers and mentors are announced.
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Erica Huggins (President, Fuzzy Door; "The End Is Nye," "Books of Blood," "The Spy Who Dumped Me")
Mike Farah (CEO, Funny or Die)
Mark Kimsey (Co-CEO of Electromagnetic Productions)
Steve Jelley (Co-CEO, Dimension)
Christina Lee Storm (Director of Digital Production, Netflix)
Gary Goetzman (Producer, Playtone)
Aml Ameen (Executive Producer/Actor – "The Porter"; Actor – "I May Destroy You"; Producer/ Actor – "Boxing Day")
Marsha Greene (Executive Producer, Co-Creator and Showrunner, "The Porter"; "Ten Days In The Valley," "Mary Kills People")
Jonathan Wang ("Everything Everywhere All At Once," "Swiss Army Man")” />
Philipp Wolf (Executive-in-Charge, Corporate Strategy, DNEG)
Karen Baker Landers (MPSE, Supervising Sound Editor – "Skyfall," "Bourne Ultimatum," "Black Hawk Down")
Valerie Johnson-Redrow (Virtual Production Producer, Monolith)
Betsy Beers (Creative Partner, Shondaland)
Amanda Beggs (CAS, Production Sound Mixer – "Lady Bird," "Finding Ohana," "Legion," "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story")
Viola Davis (CEO and Co-Founder, JuVee Productions; "The First Lady")
This year’s conference features the debut of PGA's Producers One-on-One engagement, an opportunity for PGA members to have a one-on-one conversation with an experienced producer. Also for the first time, PGA Create, PGA's program that supports emerging and mid-career producers from underrepresented backgrounds, will connect its 35 PGA Create scripted and documentary fellows for a day of networking opportunities supported by Google, the program’s leading sponsor.
The conference will feature a networking reception, panels, Q&As and its signature Mentoring Roundtables. This year's Produced By will also feature the return of the Pitch Perfect session, which sees a handful of pre-selected attendees pitching their projects in front of an audience of producers and executives.
Michael Minkler (CAS, Re-recording Mixer – "Black Hawk Down," "Chicago," "Star Wars," "Dream Girls")
James Lopez (President/Producer, MACRO)
After a two-year hiatus, the Producers Guild of America  is returning for its 12th annual Produced By Conference — to be held on June 11 and 12 at the Fox Studio Lot in Century City — and announced on Friday the first round of speakers.
The confirmed speakers include Academy Award winner Viola Davis, her husband and producing partner, veteran producer Julius Tennon ("The First Lady"), "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane, television producer Betsy Beers (creative partner at Shondaland) and comedy leader Mike Farah (CEO, Funny or Die).
Jason Richman (Co-Head of Media Rights, UTA)
Curt Sobel (MPSE, Supervising Music Editor – "Ray," "Ghostbusters: Afterlife")
Julius Tennon (President and Co-Founder of JuVee Productions; "The First Lady")
Seth MacFarlane (Founder/CEO, Fuzzy Door; "The Orville," "Ted" and "Ted 2," "Family Guy")
Rick Champagne (Industry Strategy and Marketing, Media & Entertainment, NVIDIA)
Deniese Davis (CEO, Reform Media Group)
Xavier Bernasconi (Visual Effects Supervisor, DNEG)
Mike Farah (CEO, Funny or Die)
Confirmed participants in this year's Mentor Roundtables are: "Insecure" producer Deniese Davis, producing legend Gary Goetzman, Academy Award-nominated producer Fred Berger, Daniels producer Jonathan Wang ("Everything Everywhere All At Once"), James Lopez (president and producer at MACRO), and Mike Farah, with more participants to be announced.
Stephanie Allain (Homegrown Pictures, Owner; "Hustle & Flow," "Dear White People")
Fred Berger (President, Automatik; "La La Land," "Bad Education")
Jennifer Kawaja (Executive Producer, Sienna Films/Sphere Media; "Sort Of," "Transplant")
Dan Lin (Founder and CEO of Rideback; "The LEGO Movie" franchise, Disney’s "Aladdin," Netflix’s "The Two Popes," The CW’s "Walker")
Trevor Baker (Producer/Editor – "Twilight Zone," "Outer Range," "Castle Rock")
King (founder and CEO, MACRO); Dan Lin (founder and CEO of Rideback); producer Stephanie Allain (Homegrown Pictures, Owner), with more to be announced. Additional speakers for this year include Jason Richman (co-head of media rights, UTA); Mark Kimsey (co-CEO of Electromagnetic Productions); actor and producer Aml Ameen, Charles D.

But two of the four — "Howard the Duck" and "Tigra and Dazzler" — were scrapped before ever making it to air, while "Hit-Monkey" aired one season thus far in November 2021 with no word on a second. They have since successfully launched Disney+ shows like "WandaVision," "The Falcon and The Winter Soldier," "Loki," and most recently "Moon Knight."” /> It is not expected to return The shows in part fell victim to the end of Marvel Television as Kevin Feige's Marvel Studios took over television production on all Marvel projects.
Along with Oswalt, the voice cast included Melissa Fumero, Aimee Garcia, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Ben Schwartz, Beck Bennett, Jon Daly and Sam Richardson.
Brett Cawley, Robert Maitia, Grant Gish, Joe Quesada, Karim Zreik and Jeph Loeb also served as executive producers. Stoopid Buddy Stoodios provided the animation. Oswalt and Jordan Blum created the series and also served as executive producers.
The series debuted back in May 2021 with 10 episodes. Patton Oswalt voiced the title character M.O.D.O.K, which stands for Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing.
"M.O.D.O.K" was originally one of four Marvel animated shows that were set up at Hulu. The others were "Hit-Monkey," "Howard the Duck," and "Tigra and Dazzler." They were produced by Loeb's now defunct Marvel Television unit. The plan was to launch all four shows and then have them crossover in an event series known as "The Offenders."
Ousted as A.I.M.’s leader, while also dealing with his crumbling marriage and family life, he begins to suffer a midline crisis. In the show M.O.D.O.K has long pursued his dream of one day conquering the world. But after years of setbacks and failures fighting the Earth’s mightiest heroes, he has run his evil organization A.I.M. into the ground.
The Marvel stop-motion animation series "M.O.D.O.K" has been canceled after one season at Hulu, Variety has learned.

Alwyn’s generally a capable actor, and he lends his character some gravitas here with a lower rumble of an Irish voice. Oliver similarly does her best to imbue Frances with some interiority, but can’t make up for the script’s overall inability to do the same. But he just doesn't read as old enough to sell how many years are ostensibly between Nick and Frances, and there's not much he can do to overcome that fact. And yet: while some of this does come down to Oliver and Alwyn, it’s ultimately not their fault that they were miscast and then tasked with acting through endless scenes of two withdrawn people exchanging glances.
From there on out, they sporadically text or talk on the phone, but their conversations mostly happen in person, in bed. But as a show, “Conversation With Friends” doesn’t bother with any of this. Frances and Nick barely talk before they share their first kiss or even sleep together for the first time. It’s understandable that the series might try to find a way around a narrative device that could be tricky to film, though it doesn’t stop it from having Frances and her best friend (and ex-girlfriend) Bobbi (Sasha Lane) read each other's emails through voiceovers.
As “Normal People” did so well to give its reserved characters depth, it’s surprising to see how much “Conversations With Friends” struggles in this respect. at all. It's also revealing that the scripts get sharper and more economical in illustrating who Bobbi and Melissa are than they routinely are with Nick and Frances. It’s also damning, given who and what this story’s supposed to be about.
The back half of the series, in part directed by Leanne Welham and written by Meadhbh McHugh, expand the story beyond the oppressive loop of Nick and Frances’ relationship to show what her life looks like outside it. But then she inevitably ends up back with Nick, and the air gets sucked back out of the room again. It even occasionally finds something more interesting to say about her fractured relationships with her mother (Justine Mitchell), father (Tommy Tiernan of “Derry Girls”), Bobbi, and her own mysteriously ailing body. The only moments when either Oliver or the show seem to understand who Frances is, in fact, are when Nick isn’t around.
Without that, or the crackling chemistry that pulsed throughout “Normal People,” this show’s 12 episodes (premiering all at once on May 15) meander hesitantly along until it finally just runs out of steam. Nevertheless, it tells an entirely different kind of story that should require a more tailored approach from an adaptation. Rooney’s “Conversations With Friends” — her great first novel, about a college student whose relationship with a married man becomes all-consuming — bears similarities to her second (“Normal People”).
Once again enlisting director Lenny Abrahamson and writer Alice Birch, and once again starring a female actor (Alison Oliver) who resembles author Sally Rooney and a male one specifically poised to become a breakout thirst object (Joe Alwyn), “Conversations With Friends” follows the “Normal People” pattern so closely that it often feels more like a faded impression rather than its own series. In trying to replicate what made the “Normal People” adaptation work, with the same creative team to boot, this version of “Conversations With Friends” becomes strangely bland, as if leeched of all its flavor. On the most basic level, it makes sense that Hulu’s “Conversations With Friends” would try to echo what made its “Normal People” adaptation so successful.
“Conversations With Friends” will be available to stream Sunday, May 15 on Hulu.” />
Kirke doesn't get as much time as Lane to flesh out her character, but proves quickly enough that she doesn’t especially need it, anyway. As Bobbi, a character who could easily become the cool girl cliché Frances sometimes sees her as, Lane paints a picture of a warm, sensitive, occasionally self-absorbed person who immediately feels more three-dimensional than Oliver’s Frances manages to be throughout much of the series. In several key scenes, Kirke’s deft performance makes Melissa feel far more real than either Frances or Nick, lost in their blissful bubble of sex and validation, want to realize. For one, Lane and Kirke give the show’s best performances by a long shot. Maybe the most telling part of Hulu’s “Conversations With Friends,” though, is how much more convincing it is when it edges the more extroverted characters of Bobbi and Melissa (Jemima Kirke), Nick’s writer wife, closer to the story’s center.
Through words they can edit, and come back to look at whenever they want, the apparent gulf of years and experience between them seems to shrink. As written, the push and pull between college student Frances (Oliver) and older, married actor Nick (Alwyn) is too magnetic to resist. Both the age gap and the evolution of intimacy through email can be crucial building blocks of this kind of rapidly intense relationship, whether or not it eventually moves offscreen, as Nick and Frances’ does, to become something more physically concrete. The series’ most egregious mistakes are concentrated in its central romance. In the novel, their relationship first develops over email, where Frances and Nick, both more introverted than not, can feel freer to be themselves.
While Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones made it all too easy to understand just how thick the tension was between their characters, Oliver and Alwyn can’t summon half the same intensity, which only makes Nick and Frances’ dynamic that much harder to believe. Quickly enough, however, the real problem presents itself and never truly goes away: Oliver and Alwyn simply don’t have the chemistry, sexual or otherwise, to pull off Frances and Nick’s supposedly overwhelming attraction to each other.

Discovery exec Kathleen Finch has revealed her revamped leadership team at the newly merged Warner Bros. Discovery after a series of c-suite exits, which includes Tom Ascheim, Brett Weitz and more, Variety has confirmed.
Audrey Adlam will be GSVP, Communications & Public Relations at US Networks. US Networks will have centralized groups for Communications/PR, Marketing, and Content Strategy/Scheduling. Jori Arancio, Kristin Brown, Cassie Bryan, Jessica Driscoll, Marie Moore and Irika Slavin will report to her.
Bros, will report to Ouweleen along with her team. Amy Friedman, who served as head of kids and family programming at Warner. Michael Ouweleen, who is in charge of Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and Boomerang, will continue in the role and report to Finch.
Animation/CN Studios group. Finch is grouping together several networks focused on kids, young adults and classics: Adult Swim/Cartoon Network, Turner Classic Movies and the Warner Bros.
Jane Latman will remain in charge of HGTV, Food Network & Cooking Channel, as will Howard Lee for TLC & Travel Channel; Tina Perry for OWN and Jason Sarlanis for ID & Investigative Content.
Karen Bronzo will be Chief Marketing Officer at US Networks. Missy Chambless, Freddy James, Libby Harrison, Jennifer Jakowicz, Josh Kovolenko, Doug Seybert and Tricia Melton will report to her.
Craig Carbone, David Schliecker, Michelle Durham, Gabe Gordon, Libby Harrison, Rick Holzman, Scott Lewers, Leah Mauirello, Megan McKenna, Pam Pierce and Greg Salter will report to her.” /> Finally, Julie Taylor will be Chief of Content Strategy & Insights at US Networks.
Animation/CN Studios group, will now join the TV Studios group under Channing Dungey, chief of Warner Bros TV. Pola Changnon, who leads Turner Classic Movies, will report to Finch. Sam Register, who oversaw Warner Bros.
Her direct reports are Corie Henson, Adrienne O’Riain, Sam Linsky and Tammy Glover. She currently oversees male-focused networks like Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and Science Channel, will take on TNT, TBS and truTV. Nancy Daniels, who was Chief Brand Officer of Discovery & Factual, will take on content oversight at the Turner networks after the departure of Brett Weitz.

Glasser's lawyer, Jeffrey Gersh, said the lawsuit has "no merit whatsoever."
Milakovic refused unless the outstanding loan was first paid off, he alleges. According to the suit, Glasser orally agreed to pay $161,288 in cash and to transfer a 2.32% interest in 101 Studios, in order to satisfy the obligations. The suit alleges that Glasser met with Milakovic for dinner in Miami in November 2018 and tried to persuade him to invest in the new company. However, Glasser never followed through, the suit alleges.
film "Escape From Planet Earth" and also put money into a project called "90 Days." According to public records, he is an officer with Altima Partners LLP, in the U.K., and is a resident of Portugal. Milakovic was an investor in the Weinstein Co.
Glasser launched 101 Studios with backing from Ron Burkle in 2019.
executive David Glasser, now CEO of "Yellowstone" producer 101 Studios, alleging that he failed to repay a personal loan despite repeated assurances. A film investor has sued former Weinstein Co.
They come out of the woodwork to bring these claims that have no merit." "They have made up allegations to try to force David to pay money that he doesn’t owe, at a time in his life when he’s on top of the world right now. "This is a 13-year-old debt," Gersh said.
The complaint states that Glasser "chose instead to live a lavish lifestyle, which included vacation homes, global travel and luxury cars."” /> Later, Milakovic asserts that Glasser was able to refinance his personal debts with a loan of at least $5 million from an accredited financial institution. However, Milakovic alleges that he never received repayment.
Milakovic began to fear that if he refused the loan, Glasser could jeopardize his relationship with the company, according to the suit.
in 2017, when the company collapsed in the wake of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault scandal. Glasser was briefly in line to take over the company under a new ownership group, but that deal fell apart, Glasser was fired, and the Weinstein Co. was liquidated in bankruptcy. Glasser was chief operating officer of the Weinstein Co.
But, the suit claims, Glasser insisted that he needed the funds to prevent the foreclosure of his parents' house. According to his complaint, Milakovic initially rebuffed Glasser's request for a loan, fearing that it would complicate his relationship with the studio.
According to the complaint, the loan was supposed to be repaid in six months, but that did not happen. Milakovic said in the suit that he felt he had "no choice" but to make the loan. Instead, Milakovic alleges that Glasser made only sporadic payments, and has paid nothing since 2016. The current balance, according to the complaint, is $908,563.
Based on Defendant Glasser’s prior behavior, and his position and authority at TWC, Plaintiff became increasingly concerned that Defendant Glasser could and potentially would make things even more difficult." "Plaintiff and his team had observed that Defendant Glasser would often create conflict and chaos only to then step in to 'fix' it, when it suited him to do so," the lawsuit states. "The relationship with TWC had become increasingly difficult, so Plaintiff felt he needed to protect that business investment.
Glasser is best known as producer of the hit Paramount Network drama series "Yellowstone," starring Kevin Costner, as well as its spinoffs. In 2009, he was head of international sales with the Weinstein Co., when, according to the lawsuit, he persuaded Radenko Milakovic to loan him $531,288.

“As we announced last year, the HFPA began a process of change and transformation addressing issues of diversity, governance and conduct. As we continue that process, we have moved into the phase of determining the best course of action regarding the accomplishment of the HFPA’s mission, including how to achieve the optimal financial and commercial growth for the Golden Globe brand in the future,” said Helen Hoehne, president of the HFPA. “The board of directors has appointed an independent committee to work with our financial and legal advisors to review proposals from any interested parties in such phase.”
Boehly's interest in HFPA comes in no small part because Eldridge Industries is also invested in the Golden Globe Awards through its ownership of MRC Live and Alternative (formerly Dick Clark Productions), which has had a long and occasionally fraught business partnership with the West Hollywood-based press association.
The HFPA's interim CEO, Todd Boehly, has been angling to buy the organization and is in the process of negotiating with the HFPA board. As a result of Boehly's bid from his Eldridge Industries banner, the organization opted to begin a process to determine what other interest may be out there.
More to come” />
The HFPA on Friday announced that it has formed a special committee within the nonprofit organziation "to determine potential outside strategic interest in its organization and assets."
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is putting itself on the auction block, courting buyers for the embattled organization that hands out the annual Golden Globe Awards.

The 95th Oscars will air live on ABC in over 200 territories worldwide from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The ceremony will mark the second year in a row that the Academy Awards have taken place in March, with this past year's edition occurring on March 27.
95th Oscars: Sunday, March 12, 2023″ />
PT: Thursday, January 12, 2023 Nominations voting begins 9 a.m.
Governors Awards: Saturday, November 19, 2022
Oscar Nominations Announcement: Tuesday, January 24, 2023
Preliminary voting ends 5 p.m. PT: Thursday, December 15, 2022
The Will Packer-produced show also received backlash prior to the ceremony for its decision to pre-televise eight artisan categories and include a "fan favorite" prize that was voted on via Twitter. Hollywood is still reeling from the 2022 Oscars, which may have been the most controversial to date due to Will Smith infamously slapping Chris Rock on the Dolby Theatre stage and then winning best actor for his role in "King Richard" just moments later.
Oscar Nominees Luncheon: Monday, February 13, 2023
Finals voting begins 9 a.m. PT: Thursday, March 2, 2023
PT: Tuesday, March 7, 2023 Finals voting ends 5 p.m.
PT: Tuesday, January 17, 2023 Nominations voting ends 5 p.m.
Preliminary voting begins 9 a.m. PT: Monday, December 12, 2022
Eligibility period ends: Saturday, December 31, 2022
Below, see the full list of key dates for the 2023 Oscar season:
Oscar Shortlists Announcement: Wednesday, December 21, 2022
General entry categories submission deadline: Tuesday, November 15, 2022
The 95th Oscars will be held on March 12, 2023, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and ABC announced on Friday.
15. 12, and the shortlists will be announced on Dec. The eligibility period will end on Dec. The submission deadline for general entry categories for the 2023 Oscars is Nov. The nominations will be announced on Jan. Preliminary voting will begin on Dec. 17, 2023. 31, and nominations voting will take place between Jan. 24, 2023, with final voting taking place between March 2 and March 7, 2023. 21. 12 and Jan.