Arrested Development's Mitch Hurwitz discusses Jeffrey Tambor's on-set outburst

During the filming of Arrested Development’s new season, Jeffrey Tambor had some sort of furious outburst on set that was directed at his on-screen wife Jessica Walter, an incident that the cast largely brushed under the rug until it rose back to the surface during a New York Times interview. In that chat, the show’s…

Jeffrey Tambor will compete for an Emmy after all, thanks to Netflix and Arrested Development

In what’s amounting to a cold war between Amazon and Netflix, with the trans community caught in the middle, Deadline reports that Jeffrey Tambor—who was fired from Transparent in February amid charges of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior from two trans women who work on the show, and was subsequently …

Arrested Development’s Mitch Hurwitz addresses why Jeffrey Tambor is staying on the show

At the beginning of the month, when the Arrested Development news machine was just coming back online, Netflix confirmed that Jeffrey Tambor would still be appearing on the show despite the sexual harassment allegations that got him fired from Amazon’s Transparent. Today Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz has…

Transparent actress Trace Lysette says Jeffrey Tambor sexually harassed her, as well

Last week, we reported that Transparent star Jeffrey Tambor had been accused of harassing Van Barnes, a trans woman who served for several years as his assistant. The accusation from Barnes—who alluded to “inappropriate behavior” on the actor’s part—has led to an investigation by Amazon, and rumblings that the actor…

Amazon investigating sexual harassment claims against Jeffrey Tambor

Deadline reports Amazon has launched an investigation into claims that Jeffrey Tambor sexually harassed his former assistant. Van Barnes, a trans woman, recently wrote a private Facebook post in which, according to Deadline, she alluded to “inappropriate behavior” on the Transparent star’s behalf. That’s really all…

For its penultimate episode, Transparent finds peace on the Dead Sea 

With members of the Pfeffermans either literally or figuratively wandering the desert like a lost tribe in “Desert Eagle,” “They is on the Way” is the oasis that awaits as the reward after a time of strife. Given the family’s personalities (and demands of a maintaining a dramatic show) it’s hard to imagine the…