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Gypsy Canceled By Netflix After 1 Season

EXCLUSIVE : Netflix s drama series Gypsy will not be returning for a second season. I have learned that the Internet TV network has opted not to proceed with a second installment of the psychological thriller starring Naomi Watts . Netflix declined comment. The development is somewhat surprising because Netflix had been in conversations with the producers about a second season and the cancellation decision comes after a writers room had been up and running for four weeks  ...Read More... //

Naomi Watts takes a walk on the wild side in Gypsy

Gypsy Now available on Netflix In the Netflix drama Gypsy, Oscar nominee Naomi Watts plays a therapist with boundary issues. After hearing her patients confidences, Jean Holloway (Watts) leaves her Manhattan office and introduces herself to the people her clients have been talking about. Such as one young mans ex-girlfriend. In some cases, Holloway uses...  ...Read More... //

Naomi Watts on Netflix’s ‘Gypsy’ and Shooting ‘Twin Peaks’ without Knowing the Whole Story

From first-time show creator/showrunner Lisa Rubin, the 10-part Netflix series Gypsy is a psychological thriller that follows Manhattan therapist Jean Holloway (Naomi Watts, in a haunting and haunted performance), whose seemingly idyllic family life is not what it appears on the surface. And as Jean begins to develop intimate relationships with the people in her patients’ lives, blurring her professional life with her personal fantasies, she descends deeper into a world of desire that threatens everything that she’s built at home. During this 1-on-1 phone interview with Collider, actress Naomi Watts talked about the appeal of Gypsy, why she was drawn to such a complex and complicated character, making Jean as human as possible, the questions they wanted to explore, and being open to doing another season. She also talked about her work in the return of Twin Peaks, how much fun it was to reunite with David Lynch, after doing Mulholland Drive together, why actors are so willing to trust the filmmaker, and what she likes about the way he directs. READ MORE...

Naomi Watts Reveals Why Gypsy Was the Show That Lured Her to Series Regular TV

Naomi Watts is no stranger to complex characters. She's made a career out of playing complicated women on the silver screen, and in her first foray into series regular TV work, she's made...   ...Read More... //

Naomi Watts gives Gypsy spark despite shows lackluster writing

Jean Holloway (Naomi Watts) needs a life. A Manhattan therapist with all the trappings of a happy home life in Connecticut, Jean is driven to strange behavior in Gypsy, a new 10-episode series premiering Friday. Mainly, Jean manifests some serious boundary issues that call into question her professional ethics. She makes Harlem house calls to... ...Read More... //

The Most Important Shows on TV: Week of June 26, 2017

Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed — or at least be able to fake it — with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV.   Pretty Little Liars (Series Finale) Tuesday at 8 p.m. on Freeform Why: For seven seasons and 160 episodes, Pretty Little Liars has delighted and frustrated fans, serving up laughs and scares as Aria, Spencer, Emily, Alison, and Hanna navigated love, loss, and the many psychos attempting to destroy them. This week, the Liars of Rosewood say goodbye in a two-hour finale (followed by another hour to take a victory lap). But not before finally revealing who A.D. is (and, if we're lucky, the why of it all). With Charlotte's killer unmasked in the penultimate episode, the focus is firmly on identifying who has been tormenting the Liars for the past two seasons. The finale also will feature "HBO level sex," according to a tweet from showrunner Marlene King, who is obviously exaggerating, but still, we're into it. Should we expect a delicious ending for Emison? Prepare to talk about: A.D., duh; those sex scenes, we guess; who will be the cast's biggest post- PLL star; how long it will be before revival talk begins.   Younger (Season Premiere) Wednesday at 10 p.m. on TV Land Why: It's all about truth this season. Liza finally has "come clean" (heh) to Kelsey, and ish is getting real. Now, Younger is a fun, breezy, sometimes outlandish show (let's not talk about Thad). But it's not letting Liza get away with lying to her work wife for so long without facing serious repercussions. The conflict is pretty drawn out, but it seems likely that the duo will eventually patch things up. Until then, let there be drama. There's the professional angle, of course. Liza helped create Millennial, so Kelsey needs to figure out whether the lie should live on in the workplace. Then there's Josh, who's feeling betrayed and getting closer than ever to Kelsey (which actually makes a lot of sense). There's also that not-so-insignificant matter of Liza's continuing interest in Charles. Prepare to talk about: Team Josh vs. Team Charles; how much we want guest star Kristin Chenoweth to make some musical magic happen with Sutton Foster; how nice it is to already know that the show is coming back for a fifth season.   Gypsy (Series Premiere) Friday at 3 a.m. on Netflix Why: Please welcome Naomi Watts to Peak TV. The two-time Oscar nominee, who recently popped up in a recurring role on Twin Peaks and lent her voice to BoJack Horseman , finally goes all in with a starring role in Netflix's new psychological thriller. Watts plays Jean, a Manhattan therapist whose seemingly perfect life unravels as she develops intimate and inappropriate relationships with people in her patients' lives. The central story hangs on Jean's budding friendship with a sexy barista, who happens to be the ex of one of her clients. Not good, Jean! "Not good" also is one way to describe this show. It's not terrible, but it's not at Watts' level, sadly. At least not until the very end of the season, when things finally start to move. It's possible that Season 2, should the newly cancellation-happy Netflix decide the show deserves one, could be more fun. Prepare to talk about: Watts' failed attempt to mirror pal Nicole Kidman's epic year; the talented Billy Crudup in a meh role; how (relatively) few Netflix fails there have been.   T.J. DeGroat is the editor of SideReel. He is Team Charles. Follow him on Twitter . p { text-align: justify; }

Gypsy Trailer: Naomi Watts Has Issues in Netflix's Sexy Psychological Thriller

Is it hot in here? Or is it just this trailer for Naomi Watts new Netflix series thats steaming up our laptop screen? The official trailer forGypsy a ten-episode psychological thriller debuting Friday, June 30 promises a very adult story, with Watts starring as therapist Jean Halloway, who crosses the line and gets a [] //

Naomi Watts Netflix Drama 'Gypsy' Unveiled in First Teaser

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Gypsy Sneak Peek: Is Naomi Watts the Worst Therapist Ever in Netflix's New Show?

The therapist is in, but that doesn't mean she's going to do you any good. The first sneak peek for Gypsy, the new 10-episode Netflix drama starring Naomi Watts, is here and it's a... ...Read More... //

Get a Sexy First Look at Netflix's Gypsy with Naomi Watts

  Netflix released first-look photos of its upcoming sexy, psychological thriller Gypsy on Wednesday. Gypsy stars Naomi Watts as Jean Halloway, a Manhattan therapist with a seemingly perfect life who begins to develop dangerously close personal relationships with the people her patients tell her about. ...Read More... //