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Sharon Horgan reveals alternate ending to Catastrophe
  • Sharon Horgan is facing a “Catastrophe-shaped hole” as she says an “emotional” goodbye to the Channel 4 and Amazon comedy. Horgan, speaking to Deadline from the Hollywood Hills, is doing the rounds to mark the end of the series that she created and co-starred with Rob Delaney as she prepares a slew of new projects […]
  • Two of the U.K.’s most acclaimed creative talents, Ricky Gervais and Sharon Horgan, are headlining the inaugural Variety European TV Summit, which takes place on June 13. Gervais, the creator of global successes including “The Office” and “Afterlife,” and Horgan, the creator of hit comedies “Catastrophe” and “Divorce,” are taking part in keynote discussions at […]
  • Amazon's marriage comedy Catastrophe signed off in March with one last brilliant season starring Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney.

  • Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney also spoke to IndieWire about Carrie Fisher and whether or not their characters perished in the final scene.
  • Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney's Amazon series about modern marriage comes to an honest, moving close.
  • "Catastrophe" creators/stars Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan explain how they eulogize their late co-star in the final season of the relatable Amazon sitcom.
  • Catastrophe season 4: Everything you need to know about Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney's comedy series
  • Catastrophe season 4: Everything you need to know about Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney's comedy series
  • Catastrophe: Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney return for a fourth series on Channel 4
  • Some hot production companies are getting “Dirty” for Amazon. Sharon Horgan’s Merman and “Peaky Blinders” producer Caryn Mandabach Productions are developing gritty drama “Dirty” for Amazon Studios alongside Kapital Entertainment. In-demand writer Danny Brocklehurst (“Safe”) will pen and exec produce the series, which promises to be a “funny, filthy, brutally honest look at modern lives,” […]
  • Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan chat on how it was to test the waters on what they could write for the late movie star and how they eventually became comfortable with her on their hit Amazon Prime comedy, "Catastrophe."