“Special” and “It’s Bruno” were both nominated for the 71st Emmy® Award Nominations by the Television Academy.
How Slick Naim Channeled His Love for Dogs, Hip-Hop, and Filmmaking Into His New Netflix Series, ‘It’s Bruno’
Complex recently caught up with Slick to talk about how his series—which he calls “Curb and Seinfeld with dogs in the hood” and features his new single, “Turnt Tonight”—maintaining the balance between his music career and his work as a filmmaker and more.
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An old-school Brooklyn native devotes his days to caring for his adorable dog, Bruno — and making sure the neighbors show his pooch the proper respect.
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This Netflix comedy series, based on writer Ryan O’Connell’s 2015 memoir I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves, puts a fresh new spin on what it means to be a Netflix comedy.
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Jim Parsons’ ‘Special’: Everything you need to know about Netflix series based on Ryan O’Connell’s life
‘Big Bang Theory’ star Jim Parsons is back to produce a new Netflix comedy series ‘Special.’
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The internet is a product of Ryan O’Connell, just as he is a product of the internet.
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The new comedy consists of eight 15-minute episodes inspired by the life of creator and lead actor Ryan O’Connell, 31, an openly gay man with cerebral palsy.
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The TV writer-turned-star told his friends and family he was gay when he was 17, but waited until he was 28 to let his new friends and co-workers know that he has cerebral palsy.
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At last, Netflix is giving subscribers a series that is precisely the right length: Special, which premieres Friday, April 12.
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Trust us, you have not seen anyone like Ryan O’Connell on TV before. The star and writer-creator of Netflix’s Special is a gay man with cerebral palsy, who, after getting hit by a car at the age of 20, decided to “rewrite” his identity and spent years pretending that he wasn’t disabled because friends and colleagues assumed his limp was the result of the accident.
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SPECIAL follows a gay man with mild cerebral palsy decides to rewrite his identity as an accident victim, break up with his mom – or at least set some healthy boundaries – and finally go after the life he’s always wanted.
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Netflix has ordered eight episodes of Special, a comedy series based on Ryan O’Connell’s part-memoir, part-manifesto I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves.
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This summer Netflix debuted the first-ever competitive marijuana cooking show called “Cooking on High.” Cheddar’s Alyssa Julya Smith speaks with the show’s host and one chef who competed on the program about infusing food with THC.
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Three stars of Netflix series Marching Orders came to the Orlando Sentinel studios to talk about their experience.
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The new Stage 13/Netflix original ‘Marching Orders’ gives viewers an inside look at the Bethune-Cookman Marching Wildcats. Donovan V. Wells, the Band Director of the Marching Wildcats joins Cheddar to discuss the series and what fans can expect.
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BCU Wildcats marching band drumline from Marching Orders on Netflix performs on Fox 35 Orlando.
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Get your Cannabis Top Chef on this weekend with “Cooking On High” Host Josh Leyva and Ngaio help you weed out the culinary competition as some of LA’s top Chefs hash it out over cannabis cuisine for judges who have a serious case of the munchies.
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In the latest testament to the fast-growing mainstream embrace of cannabis, Netflix this month will debut a competitive cooking show exclusively featuring dishes prepared with the herb. And not just for flavoring — under the show’s rules, all recipes must actually get you high.
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As Canada becomes the second country to legalize recreational marijuana, and weed dispensaries that look like Apple Genius bars sprout in progressive states across the US, it was only a matter of time before Netflix threw its hat in the proverbial smoke ring.
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The first-ever cannabis cooking show is coming to Netflix next month.
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After exploring the amateur side of cooking, Netflix is returning this month with something a bit more, dare we say it, highbrow. On June 22nd, the internet streaming service will release Cooking On High, a new cooking show which has a sticky green speciality, reports High Times. What’s that, you ask? Everything they prepare must feature a healthy dose of cannabis.
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