Jay Duplass

actor, writer and showrunner of 'Togetherness'

Guest

Filmmaker who writes and directs with his brother, Mark, including HBO's Togetherness, Cyrus, and The Puffy Chair, which won the Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2005 (Baghead was an official Sundance selection in 2008)

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Showrunners and stars from three different shows from three different networks join Michael Schneider for a panel discussion about the creative forces that drive their programs.

'Portlandia,' 'Togetherness' and 'Last Man on Earth' Panel

Showrunners and stars from three different shows from three different networks join Michael Schneider for a panel discussion about the creative forces that drive their programs.

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