Lucas Shaw

Entertainment reporter, Bloomberg

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Matt Belloni, editorial director of The Hollywood Reporter, and Lucas Shaw, entertainment reporter for Bloomberg, join Kim Masters to discuss top industry news stories heading into…

Hollywood news banter: Looking at the year ahead

Matt Belloni, editorial director of The Hollywood Reporter, and Lucas Shaw, entertainment reporter for Bloomberg, join Kim Masters to discuss top industry news stories heading into…

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While Kim Masters is out of town, Matt Belloni, editorial director of The Hollywood Reporter, joins Lucas Shaw of Bloomberg to discuss top entertainment news stories of the week.

Hollywood news banter: A troubling pattern at Showtime

While Kim Masters is out of town, Matt Belloni, editorial director of The Hollywood Reporter, joins Lucas Shaw of Bloomberg to discuss top entertainment news stories of the week.

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