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02 May 2011 @ 06:37 pm
Title: If
Fandom: Huff
Rating: PG-13
Pairings: Beth/Izzy
Summary: Written for femslash_land's big bang, prompt "conditional".
Disclaimer: I do not own Huff. No profit made, no infringement intended.
@ my journal
 
 
09 April 2007 @ 10:21 pm
Last week I interviewed Paget Brewster of Huff, Criminal Minds.  The article is mostly about Criminal Minds, but she does talk about Huff as well.

I published it today.
http://blogs.mediavillage.com/tv_maven/archives/2007/04/paget_brewster.html#more

Thanks so much. Please let me know what you think.

- Jacki
 
 
 
05 March 2007 @ 08:50 am
Huff is back on TV tonight for Canadian viewers on Showcase, starting with the first show.

Click here for more information...
http://jam.canoe.ca:80/Television/TV_Shows/H/Huff/2007/03/04/3694603.html
 
 
 
06 July 2006 @ 10:56 am
Oliver Platt & Blythe Danner were nominated for an Emmy in the categories Best Supporting Actor and Actress in a Drama Series.

Yay.

X-Posted.
 
 
 
28 June 2006 @ 11:53 am
does anyone know if the second season will be out on DVD anyway?



(and cancelled?!! this fucking sucks. they CANCEL huff but they keep Penn and Teller or whatever the hell that is... Showtime wouldn't know a good tv show if it hit them in the face)
 
 
 
25 June 2006 @ 11:39 pm
oh my god!Collapse )
 
 
Current Mood: crappyemotionally devastated
 
 
 
25 June 2006 @ 09:33 pm
I'm really bummed that Huff is over soon, so I decided to get back to making some icons. Here are 27 icons from Red Meat.

Teasers:
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You can find the rest at my journal.
 
 
24 June 2006 @ 10:08 am
I am so beyond mad at Showtime right now...


Huff is on its last gasp.

Showtime has officially pulled the plug on the Emmy-winning Hank Azaria vehicle after two seasons, citing low ratings.

Network boss Robert Greenblatt said the move was tough--especially with the quirky dramedy about a psychiatrist (Azaria) going through a midlife crisis growing into a big critical sucess, garnering a Showtime-record seven Emmy nominations last year--but necessary.

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"Huff was a signature show [that] brought us great critical acclaim and Emmy recognition that makes us very proud," Greenblatt, Showtime's entertainment president, said in a statement Friday.

"The decision to not do a third season was a difficult one, but there's a challenge to deliver the size audience we needed to break the show out in an environment that is very competitive and flush with original programming on all networks."

Hailing Huff as one of its "defining shows," Greenblatt says the series' first two seasons will remeain in rotation for "the next several years."

"Huffserved this network well and if I had it to do all over again, I wouldn't do anything differently," he continued.

Showtime had such high hopes for Huff that Greenblat gave the go-ahead for production on season two before the first season debuted in 2004. But despite glowing reviews for the cast headed by Azaria, whose character melts down after a 15-year-old patient commits suicide in his office, Huff never materialized into an HBO-killer.

Hoping to breathe some life into the program's anemic ratings, the pay channel launched a massive marketing campaign, including mailing out DVD screeners to some 12,000 Emmy voters. That blitz paid off, culminating in seven nominations, including Best Actor in a Drama Series for Azaria and a Best Supporting Actor nom for costar Oliver Platt. And Blythe Danner won the trophy for Best Supporting Actress trophy.

Despite the Emmy pub and subsequent media buzz, Huff still couldn't capitalize on the momentum.

Showtime execs informed Azaria & Co. of the bad news earlier this week. The series finale is scheduled for this Sunday.

When he's not headlining Huff, Azaria kept busy over the last two years starring as Sir Lancelot in the Tony-winning musical Spamalot as well as his steady gig giving voice to Moe, Chief Wiggum, Apu and dozens of other beloved characters on Fox's The Simpsons, now in its 17th season.

As for Showtime, the net plans to fill Huff's time slot with a trio of new pograms: the Irish gangster drama Brotherhood; a crime series called Dexter; and The Tudors, a series about the reign of King Henry VIII starring Jonathan Rhys Myers and Sam Neil.

On a happier note, the net is bringing back stoner comedy Weeds, starring Mary-Louise Parker, for a second season as well as new seasons of The L Word and Sleeper Cell.


Source here
 
 
 
22 June 2006 @ 10:38 pm
The FX channel is advertising the second season to start airing in the UK on the 17th of July. :D

So hopefully I won't have to shield my eyes from spoilers for much longer. ;o)
 
 
19 June 2006 @ 12:04 pm
Do you think Huff's controversy drug therapy with Dr. Lena markova helped him realize his true feelings or added to the self destruction route he seems to be on now?