Selma Blair’s New Comedy Pilot REALLY Now Streaming On Amazon Prime!

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Be sure to check out Selma Blair’s new comedy pilot REALLY now streaming on Amazon Prime! Amazon has released 5 new comedy pilots this season for viewers to watch and vote on for the next month. You call the shots: rate, review, and share! The pilots with the most votes and best feedback will be picked up for Amazon Original TV series on Amazon Prime.

Click HERE to watch Really for free on Amazon and be sure to vote!

Amazon Pilot Season 2014

Watch Selma Blair’s New Comedy Pilot REALLY

Please be sure to check out Selma Blair’s new comedy pilot REALLY on Amazon Prime starting August 28th 2014!

Viewers will be able to watch and vote for their favorite pilots and ultimately help Amazon decide which of these 5 new pilots will get the green light on Amazon Prime.

Really – starring: Selma Blair, Sarah Chalke, Jay Chandrasekhar, Luka Jones, Collette Wolfe, and Hayes MacArthur.

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Selma Blair Completes The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge In The Cutest Way

Check out Selma Blair’s super cute ALS #icebucketchallenge video on Instagram! Selma was nominated by the very handsome and talented actor, Cary Elwes, and challenged her good pals P!nk, Patricia Arquette, and Hellboy co-star Ron Perlman to try it next!

For more information about the ALS #IceBucketChallenge and how to #strikeoutals click – HERE – for the ALS official #alsicebucketchallenge website.

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Selma Blair & Arthur: Farmers Market Outing

Selma Blair and her gorgeous son, Arthur, spotted at the farmers market on Sunday.

Studio City – August 10, 2014

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Amazon Studios Comedy Pilot REALLY Starring Selma Blair Premieres Aug. 28

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For one month, Amazon customers will be able to watch, rate and comment on all of Amazon’s new pilots – ultimately helping Amazon decide which of their new comedy and drama pilots get the greenlight.

You can help choose which of these stories should get “picked up” to become shows. As part of Amazon’s unique development process, Amazon Studios relies on feedback from viewers, which helps determine the shows that become an Amazon Original Series. In April, Amazon customers posted tens of thousands of comments during the second pilot season, which helped green light six soon-to-launch series, including Transparent and Mozart in the Jungle.

REALLY

Written, directed and starring Jay Chandrasekhar, Really is a funny, extremely, honest behind-the-curtain look at the complexities of marriage and the charged dynamics of a tight-knit group of friends. The show is about four hard-charging suburban Chicago couples trying to grasp on-to their dwindling youth. At the center are the happily but messily married couple “Jed,” played by Chandrasekhar, and “Lori,” played by Sarah Chalke. When Jed is faced with the choice of keeping his pal’s secret or destroying his friend group, he winds up digging himself into a very deep hole. Really explores marriage, friendship and the stifling peculiarities of suburban Chicago life. The pilot also stars Selma Blair, Travis Schuldt, Hayes MacArthur, Collette Wolfe, Luka Jones, Lindsay Sloane and Rob Delaney. Really comes from Main Street Films’ Craig Chang and Harrison Kordestani, and Executive Producer Jamie Tarses (Happy Endings).

VARIETY – Amazon Studios to Bow 5 Pilots in Third Pilot Wave

Amazon.com will debut five pilots as part of its third pilot season on Aug. 28 in the U.S. and the U.K., including comedies from Steven Soderbergh and Whit Stillman and dramatic thrillers from Marc Forster and Shaun Cassidy.

The five pilots to be available later this month are: half-hour comedies “The Cosmopolitans,” “Really” and “Red Oaks,” and hour-long dramas “Hand of God” and “Hysteria.”

As with its previous two pilot “seasons,” Amazon will invite customers feedback to help execs decide which pilots to turn into full series that will become available to members of Prime Instant Video. During the pilot-review process any Amazon customer can watch, rate and comment on the pilots.

“We are delighted to be able to bring Amazon customers new shows from some of Hollywood’s most talented actors and creators,” said Amazon Studios director Roy Price. “There is something for everyone in this season and I can’t wait to hear our customers’ feedback when they premiere later this month.”

Amazon is working to boost its original content lineup — recently disclosing it will spend more than $100 million on series and pilot production in the third quarter of 2014 — as it vies against Netflix, the leader in the subscription-video segment, and others like Hulu. Netflix has garnered buzz and widespread attention particularly for two original series, “House of Cards” and “Orange Is the New Black,” which are contenders in the Primetime Emmy Awards this year.

The Amazon Studios approach of ordering pilots and using data to decide which to pick up is different from the strategy employed by Netflix, which has eschewed the pilot route.

Amazon’s five pilots are:

The Cosmopolitans”: Written, directed and produced by Whit Stillman (“Metropolitan, Barcelona,” “The Last Days of Disco”), comedy follows a group of young American expats in contemporary Paris searching for love and friendship in a foreign city. Romcom pilot stars Chloë Sevigny (pictured, above), Adam Brody, Carrie MacLemore, Dree Hemingway, Freddy Åsblom, Jordan Rountree and Adriano Giannini. The pilot was filmed on location in Paris.
Hand of God”: TV debut of filmmaker Marc Forster (“Monster’s Ball,” “Finding Neverland,” “World War Z”) stars Ron Perlman (“Sons of Anarchy”) and Dana Delany (“Body of Proof”). Show centers on Judge Harris (Perlman), a hard-living married man with a high-end call girl on the side, who suffers a mental breakdown and goes on a vigilante quest to find the rapist who tore his family apart. Forster, scribe Ben Watkins, Perlman, Brian Wilkins and Jeff King are exec producers, and Jillian Kugler is co-executive producer.
Hysteria”: Thriller created and written by Shaun Cassidy, the former pop star whose TV production credits include “Invasion,” centers on a girls’ competitive dance team in Austin, Texas, that is stricken by a strange, psycho-physiological illness that spreads through social media. Pilot stars Mena Suvari as a neurologist who returns to her hometown to investigate the cause. Directed by Otto Bathurst (U.K. miniseries “Peaky Blinders”), who is exec producing alongside Cassidy, Adam Schroeder, Sharon Hall, Andrew Kosove, Broderick Johnson and Bryan Zuriff. Amazon Studios collaborated with Universal Television and Alcon Television Group on the production.
Really”: Written, directed and starring Jay Chandrasekhar (“Super Troopers”) and exec producer Jamie Tarses (“Happy Endings”). Comedy is about four hard-charging suburban Chicago couples trying to retain a grasp on their dwindling youth, starring Chandrasekhar, Sarah Chalke, Selma Blair, Travis Schuldt, Hayes MacArthur, Collette Wolfe, Luka Jones, Lindsay Sloane and Rob Delaney. “Really” comes from Main Street Films’ Craig Chang and Harrison Kordestani.
Red Oaks”: Produced by Steven Soderbergh (“Behind the Candelabra,” “Traffic”) and directed by David Gordon Green (“Pineapple Express,” “Eastbound and Down”). Comedy stars Craig Roberts (“Submarine”) as an assistant tennis pro at the Red Oaks Country Club in suburban New Jersey in 1985 along with Jennifer Grey (It’s Like, You Know”), Richard Kind (“Luck”), Oliver Cooper (“Californication”), Paul Reiser (“Mad About You”), Alexandra Socha, Gage Golightly and Ennis Esmer. Written by Gregory Jacobs (“The Knick”) and Joe Gangemi (Eliza Graves), who exec produced with Soderbergh and Green.

In Amazon’s second wave of pilots this April, Amazon customers posted tens of thousands of comments. That input, according to Price, helped Amazon decide to greenlight six series: “Transparent,” “Mozart in the Jungle,” “Bosch, “The After” and kids series “Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street” and “Wishenpoof!” Out of its first crop of pilots in 2013, Amazon Studios greenlit John Goodman-starrer “Alpha House” and comedy “Betas.”

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