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The star and executive producer of HBO's comedy series said she had a "burst of inspiration" at the last minute, so she emailed the showrunner.In a new cover story, Entertainment Weekly reports that the "Insecure" co-creator and main star sent an email to showrunner Prentice Penny and executive producers Amy Aniobi and Laura Kittrell two weeks before production was scheduled to shoot the finale, saying she was unsatisfied with the ending,
UPDATE 11/1/2021 7:28 p.m. ET.
Beador announced on Monday, November 1, that her beloved pet, Archie, had been found after going missing one day prior.
“Archie is home! ,” shealongside a photo of the pooch. “Thank you to everyone that helped me throughout the night and especially to my neighbor who took him in and kept him safe! Grateful beyond…”
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An urgent plea!is asking fans for help finding .
In a tearful five-part message, thestar, 57, asked fans to keep an eye out for the who went missing in the early hours of Sunday, October 31. “So it is past 4 o’clock in the morning, and Archie somehow, some way is missing,” she said via her Insta Story.
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Thecontinued, “I don’t know what happened, but I’m yelling his name every two seconds for the last five hours, so if anyone … has seen my dog, we’re devastated.”
that something may have happened to after finding the stuffed cow toy Archie often played with lying outside her California home.
“He carried it in his mouth all night tonight, so why is it out here on the sidewalk?” Beador asked through her tears. “Did somebody take him? I don’t know what’s going on.”
also threatened anyone who may have stolen her furry friend.
“If someone took Archie, I will find you,” she captioned the Monday morning clip. “I have over 20 cameras on my property so get ready. Just bring him hone [sic]. Or we can do it the other way … I will never back down.”
Regé-Jean Page joins Eddie Redmayne at Belfast screening
The Bridgerton star, 31, cut a casual figure as he posed with the actor and his co-star Caitríona Balfe at the event, which was hosted by Eddie Redmayne at The Londoner.The Bridgerton star, 31, cut a casual figure as he posed with the actor and his co-star Caitríona Balfe, 42, at the event, which was hosted by Eddie Redmayne, 39, at The Londoner.
in 2016 after posted a photo of the 10-month-old puppy and asked if she knew anyone who was looking for a pet. Over the years, the TV personality has admitted that she spoils the mutt like he is her fourth child.
“He’s been raised fancy,” she joked in a 2017 video for, in which she revealed that Archie had spent his early years living in a suite at the Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco.
“He’s downgrading living at the Beadors,” she continued. “He’s so much fun and so protective. He has his little sweet quirks and, ah, we’re all in love.”
The news of Beador’s lost dog comes days after the entrepreneurSophie, 19, and 17-year-old twins, Stella and Adeline, whom she shares with , against rumors that they had had .
After Shannon posted a photo of the girls via Instagram on Thursday, October 28, one follower commented, “They look like they’ve had work done.”
She clapped back, writing, “Wow! My daughters are teens and for you to say such a thing is ridiculous. Keep your unkind and false comments to yourself!”
How ‘Insecure’ Changed the Way We View Black Characters on TV (Guest Column) .
I’m grateful for the opportunity I’ve had to help create the visual language and style for HBO’s Insecure. From the beginning, I felt strongly that this show deserved a look and feel beyond a traditional comedy. The show is so specific, and its complicated relationships and grounded characters made me a fan in season one, […]Conceptualizing what I would bring to the show as a cinematographer, the important elements to me were creating a look where at its core DNA, melanin is seen and celebrated through lighting and style, supporting the intimate exploration in the show’s relationships. Even little things like keeping the actors’ eyelines close to the lens were vital so you can feel immersed in a performance.