Tulsa's Bill Hader will be among voice actors in a sequel to 2019's animated "The Addams Family" movie. Here are 10 things to know about the television series that sparked the film franchise.
For more than 50 years, Oklahomans have played a role in the Emmy Awards. With the help of the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture (OKPOP), we …
Ahead of next Tuesday's nominations, here's a selection of those with Oklahoma ties who have heard their names announced as winners at the Emmy Awards — a list of 20, with eight from the Tulsa area.
Winkler and Matlin were in Tulsa Friday as guests of Tulsa Town Hall, sharing stories about their long-lived friendship, offering words of encouragement to people of all ages to pursue their dreams — and cracking a joke or two along the way.
For Tulsa native Bill Hader, it was an honor just to be nominated at Sunday night’s 77th annual Golden Globe Awards.
Tulsa native Bill Hader is again a Golden Globes nominee for best actor in a television comedy for his HBO series “Barry.”
The nomination is Hader's second for the Golden Globes, and as a producer he was also nominated, with “Barry” up for best TV comedy along with “Fleabag,” “The Kominsky Method,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “The Politician.”.
There were two reasons to choose Tulsa, said Damon Lindelof, the show's creator.
Tulsa native Bill Hader received four Emmy Award nominations for the second season of his HBO comedy, “Barry,” for which he won an Emmy last year as best actor in a comedy series in its debut season.
You will soon be telling friends, when describing who Hader is, that "he's the guy from the 'It' sequel" as often as "he's the guy from 'Saturday Night Live.'"
Check out the 17 movies that Tulsa native Bill Hader has already appeared in that crossed the $100 million mark at the box-office before he appears in "It: Chapter Two" next weekend.
Hader — a surprise Emmy winner as the best comedy actor last year for the first season of "Barry" — was nominated Tuesday in the acting, writing, directing and producing categories for the show's second season.
Just two episodes into Season 2 of the dark comedy series, which Hader co-created and stars in, HBO announced on Wednesday that it wants more "Barry."
Hader has proven he can do it all, with the proof that he received trophies for his acting (a best comedy actor Emmy), his writing (Writers Guild of America) and his debut as a director (Directors Guild of America).
Best known for playing Fonzie in "Happy Days," Winkler won an Emmy for his work in Hader's HBO series "Barry." Winkler reminded Planet Comicon attendees that the season two premier of "Barry" airs Sunday, March 31 on HBO.
HBO’s hit comedy “Barry” returns for its second season on Sunday, March 31, with Tulsa native Bill Hader acting, writing, directing and producing the acclaimed series.
The kid from Cascia Hall has grown up to become a major talent, and he just might be the perfect choice to lead the Oscars, for a variety of reasons.
Hader starred in, produced, directed and co-created "Barry" — which returns in March for its second season — with Alec Berg, and the pair won two awards on Sunday.
Tulsa natives Alfre Woodard and Bill Hader were honored this past weekend for their work — one in film and one in television.
In addition to former Oklahoman Megan Mullally hosting the 25th annual SAG Awards, Tulsa's Bill Hader is nominated for another award for the debut season of "Barry."
Tulsa native Bill Hader won the Critics Choice Award for best actor in a TV comedy at Sunday night’s awards ceremony for his HBO series “Barry…
The HBO series “Barry” was nominated for three Golden Globes: best television comedy, best actor in a television comedy for Tulsan Bill Hader, and best supporting actor for Henry Winkler.