The stars of Ryan Murphy’s new Netflix series, ‘Hollywood,’ including Jeremy Pope, Laura Harrier, Darren Criss, Dylan McDermott, Patti LuPone, David Corenswet, Jake Picking, Jim Parsons and Samara Weaving, opened up to THR about the message their show sends to Hollywood today, that emotional Oscars episode and why this series is the perfect quarantine binge.

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21 thoughts on “Netflix's 'Hollywood' Cast Breaks Down Emotional Oscars Episode | THR

  1. The oscars episode made my cry , especially everything with Hattie McDaniel 😭😭😭

  2. What a great show, Dylan McDermott stole every single scenes he’s in! Any chance for a second season?

  3. Just watched the whole masterpiece in one sitting and bloody hell this show has come at the perfect time.10/10 series❤️❤️

  4. Idk who told them to make to such a show, no reason to be THIS masterpiece worthy

  5. Just binged this entire series and just LOVED it!! Everything about it was great!! The sets, the acting, the costumes!! About the only thing we didn’t like is that it was only seven episodes episodes!. Lol! We could have watched twice as many! So so good! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do a second season!!!

  6. Patti is amazing in this! She did a great job. Joe who plays Dick is awesome too!!

  7. The acting was Rich, Nuanced, and so Honest across the board. Every detail done to Perfection. Almost Tarantino like in re crafting History, but with great Elegance and Heart

  8. I watched all 7 episodes on the day it came out! I want more! Great story, great message, and great actors! I look forward to more upcoming seasons.

  9. Absolutely loved it! Left me wanting more! Casting was absolute perfection!

  10. Genuinely disappointed. It’s too short, negates any of its inspection of Hollywood’s legitimate immorality- the sexual harassment and coerced sex- by making Wilson a reformed character in a heartbeat, and it appropriates and negates much of Rock Hudson’s real life struggle, despite him being one of the few real people, in order that he may act as quasi-historical cache-cum-wish fulfiller.

    Case in point: the director and the actress took the executive decision to alter the fundamental nature of the writer of Peg/Meg’s script for primarily selfish reasons. She wanted a part, they were fucking, and so out was his desire to prove his versatility.

    The whole thing is like that. It reeks of self-service.

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