The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office’s has declined to move forward on criminal charges against Murray Miller, a former writer/executive producer on HBO’s Lena Dunham series Girls. He was accused last fall by actress Aurora Perrineau of sexually assaulting her in 2012 when she was 17.
The Los Angeles Police have 28 open sex crime cases involving Hollywood and media figures under active investigation, according to Police Chief Charlie Beck. He added that more investigations are likely to be opened as more claims come in.
Speaking via email to the Los Angeles Times, Beck said five teams of two special…
UPDATED with statement from : HBO’s Girls has ended, but Hollywood’s sexual assault and harassment scandal certainly has not. The latest accusation comes today from actress Aurora Perrineau, who says former Girls writer/EP Murray Miller sexually assaulted her in 2012 when she was 17.
Hold on to your helmets, biking fans: HBO is bringing the none-too-serious Tour de Pharmacy to a circuit near you. The premium channel said today the one-off mockumentary starring Andy Samberg will premiere at 10 PM July 8. Watch the teaser trailer above.
Andy Samberg and Murray Miller are following up on the success of their 7 Days in Hell, teaming up again with HBO to develop their second sports mockumentary, Tour de Pharmacy, with Samberg set to star.
Written by Miller, Tour de Pharmacy will take a look into the rampant doping in the world of professional cycling…
Girls creator and star Lena Dunham, who has long been carrying the feminism torch for her generation, will be exploring the theme in Max, a new single-camera comedy for HBO, which has received a pilot order by the network.