About the show:
This on-going parody of one of the most popular franchises in reality television moves to Las Vegas and brings a new cast of characters to the city where dreams and fortunes are made every day, and crushed every day. We’ll meet a fresh batch of Hotwives – loving and clawing their way through Sin City with smiling faces because the Botox won’t let them frown. Brace yourself for double the drama, triple the heartbreak, and seven times the fake boobs. “The Hotwives of Las Vegas” is created by Dannah Phirman & Danielle Schneider and executive produced by Phirman, Schneider, Paul Scheer, and Jonathan Stern.
Watch the all-new trailer for ‘The Hotwives of Las Vegas’ here:
The new season premieres August 18 on Hulu. Click here for more information.
While you wait for ‘The Hotwives of Las Vegas’ to come out on August 18, why not go back and watch Angela on the first season of Hulu’s Real Housewives parody, ‘The Hotwives of Orlando’?
A parody of one of the most popular franchises in reality television, “The Hotwives of Orlando,” takes you inside the uber-exclusive and glamorous world of six hot housewives livin’ large in Central Florida’s sexiest city, Orlando. The show follows a cast of ladies as they fight over pretty much everything except for their love of shoes, plastic surgery, and the pursuit of spending all of their husbands’ money.
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Jim and Pam might be The Office’s most iconic couple, but Dwight and Angela will forever be the weirdest. Two years after the series finale, stars Rainn Wilson and Angela Kinsey are still good friends, though Wilson looks a lot different than his Dwight days. The two met for lunch this week, and he was sporting a beard that, in his words, is “literally bigger” than Kinsey’s body. If you still miss The Office, you’re going to love the pictures. Take a look!
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From The Hollywood Reporter:
Angela Kinsey, Chris D’Elia, Jason Lewis and Molly Shannon have all signed up to join Heather Graham in her directorial debut, Half Magic.
As production kicks off, Luke Arnold (Black Sails), Thomas Lennon (The Odd Couple), Alex Beh (Warren) and Stephanie Beatriz (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) have also been added to the cast.
Graham wrote the script for the sex comedy and will also star in it as Honey. The story centers on Honey’s goal of finding a man to have “hot sex” with. She makes a pact with her two friends (Kinsey and Beatriz) to shut down the self-doubt that interferes with them getting what they deserve, and the trio set out on a search for self-fulfillment.
The Bubble Factory’s Sid, Jon and Bill Sheinberg are producing the film, which began principal photography on June 4.
“From Lena Dunham to Tina Fey to Amy Schumer, I have been inspired by the powerful, unapologetic female comedy voices paving the way for women in the entertainment industry,” says Graham, whose acting credits include The Hangover Part III, At Any Price, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and Boogie Nights. “With the knowledge and experience I’ve acquired in my two decades in this business, I’m ready to put my own voice forward on a project inspired by the comical liaisons that my girlfriends and I have found ourselves in with respect to love, friendship and womanhood.”
Kinsey is known for playing Angela on NBC’s hit comedy The Office. She currently co-stars on the TBS comedy Your Family or Mine and Hulu’s The Hotwives. She’s repped by UTA, LINK Entertainment and Felker Toczek.
D’Elia stars in the TV series Undateable and previously appeared on the comedy Whitney. He’s repped by 3 Arts Entertainment and Jackoway Tyerman.
Lewis starred as Smith Jerrod on the Sex and the City series. He’s repped by Don Buchwald & Associates and Silver Lining Entertainment.
Shannon is currently filming TV series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp and will next be seen in the Sundance hit Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. She’s repped by UTA, Framework Entertainment and Hansen, Jacobson.
Tomorrow night, April 24, the film “All-Stars” will screen at the Newport Beach Film Festival followed by a Q&A with the cast, which includes Angela.
More about the film:
A veteran softball coach returns to his humble league origins to give something back to the community, but when the team of seasoned competitors he was planning on coaching turns out to be a group of inexperienced 10-and-unders he’s forced to return to the fundamentals in order to get them to the All-Stars. As he battles a bench of players who would rather be snacking in the dugout and a squadron of overbearing parents, he must decide what’s more important: whether you win or lose, or how you play the game.
Fred Willard, Angela Kinsey, Lance Kinsey, Richard Kind, Michael Hagerty, Illeana Douglas, Miriam Flynn, Seth Morris, Nicole Sullivan
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Angela’s new series “Your Family or Mine” premiered on TBS this week. If you missed the pilot episode, you can now watch it online by clicking here.
Don’t forget to watch all-new episodes every Tuesday at 10/9c!
“The Office” premiered 10 years ago (March 24, 2005) on NBC and Uproxx.com looks back at “Diversity Day,” the episode that defined the show.
Of his iconic TV character from the American version of The Office, Steve Carell once said, “If you don’t know a Michael Scott, then you are Michael Scott.” Actually, it was Ricky Gervais who said that to Scott in regard to his character, David Brent, from the U.K. version of the series, but the basic idea behind it remains terrifying to devoted fans of the hit NBC series. Nobody ever wants to be as awkward and prone to humiliating mistakes both in and out of work like Michael Scott was, but he was certainly a character who was far more realistic than a lot of people realized.
Adapted and developed by Greg Daniels for NBC, the American version of The Office debuted on March 24, 2005, and viewers and critics were intrigued from the start. More than 11 million people tuned in to watch the remake of the British series’ pilot, and it was met with negative reviews from critics who were disappointed that it seemed like a cheap carbon copy. The following week, though, Daniels’ series proved that it could and ultimately would shine on its own, as the episode “Diversity Day” introduced us to the real Michael Scott, and how this horribly awkward goon of a Dunder Mifflin boss would affect the lives of his poor office drones. (In the event you’ve never seen it, the full episode is available on YouTube for $1.99.)
“Diversity Day” has long been praised and remembered by critics as one of the best episodes of the entire nine-season run (IGN, TV.com and Entertainment Weekly each ranked it No. 3 all-time, for example). Some might argue that other favorites like “Fun Run,” “Gay Witch Hunt” and “The Dundies” were more enjoyable, but no episode defined the entire series quite like “Diversity Day.” For the 10th anniversary of the debut of the American version of The Office, we spoke with some of the cast and crew to find out how this episode was made, and how much it means to them a decade later.
Click here to read the full article which includes interviews with several cast members, the director, and writers of “Diversity Day.”
Also, Angela has been posting behind-the-scenes photos from the show’s 10 years over on YahooTV’s instagram!
Angela will be making a visit to ‘The Late Late Show‘ tonight with guest host Drew Carey. Don’t miss it!
The Late Late Show is on weeknights at 12:35am on CBS. Click here for more.
In a very competitive situation with multiple networks bidding, a comedy starring Rachael Harris (Hangover) and The Office‘s Angela Kinsey has gone to Fox with a put pilot commitment. Zombieland helmer Ruben Fleischer is set to direct the project, created by Stacy Traub (Glee), Harris and Kinsey and to be written by Traub. Titled Dirty Blondes, the comedy, from 20th Century Fox TV, is based on the real life long-time friendship of Kinsey and Harris. It centers on two women who’ve been friends for 16 years. Both get divorced and are brought closer together by the experience. Traub and Fleischer executive produce, with Harris and Kinsey co-executive producing.
Harris and Kinsey have been friends since meeting at the Los Angeles Groundlings improv theater early in their careers. Meanwhile, Traub worked with Harris on the 2007 ABC comedy series Notes From the Underbelly created by Traub and co-starring Harris.
Angela Kinsey, who plays Dunder Mifflin’s feisty, tightly wound head of accounting on The Office, is the second regular cast member of the departing NBC comedy to book a lead on a potential new series, along with Rainn Wilson who is headlining The Office spinoff The Farm. For Fleischer, the project stems from the two-year deal with 20th TV he inked in July. It marks his second sale at Fox; he also has John Phillips comedy Starting Up.
UTA-repped Fleischer started out directing music video and commercials, moved on to directing segments for ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Funny Or Die videos. His feature credits include Zombieland, 30 Minute Or Less and Gangster Squad. Harris, repped by UTA, Principato-Young and Rick Genow, recently recurred on Fox’s New Girl and starred in CBS’ Ben Falcone/Larry Dorf comedy pilot; Kinsey is with UTA, Adam Griffin; Traub is with UTA.
I can’t believe it’s been five years since I started AngelaKinseyFans.com! Thank you so much to everyone who has visited and helped get the word out there about the site. Angela has some pretty awesome fans! :)
I’m taking a quick hiatus this summer to sort some personal stuff out, but the site will be back to regular updates next month. I even have a contest planned!
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Here’s the JV Club‘s interview with Angela where she talks about “wall bangs”, her years in Indonesia, and how she knew from a young age that she wanted to be just like Carol Burnett!
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Angela attends the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival LA Reception at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on March 19, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.
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Angela did a feature for People’s Award Show Special issue where she reveals what really goes on beneath all those designer gowns.
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