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“There are two things I’m good at—work and making my kids like me,” she told me. I’m really capable of doing the thing I’m employed to do, but I’ve become incapable of anything else.It’s like a cockroach, post-nuclear war: What’s useful to me, what do I need to survive?She co-founded a production company, and in the past decade she has written or co-written four series for U. And this fall HBO will air “Divorce,” a series that Horgan created for Sarah Jessica Parker, in her first lead television role since “Sex and the City.” Parker and Thomas Haden Church co-star as Frances and Robert, a married couple with kids, careers, and a house in Westchester County who part, acrimoniously.
By the time the two series have finished, Horgan will have created a singular chronicle of the life cycle of romance. “I don’t really have a chance to worry about things if I know I’m putting the work in,” she says.
”In early March, as the four-month shoot for “Divorce” was entering its final days, Horgan was sitting on a couch in a windowless editing room in Greenpoint.
She wore an off-white T-shirt tucked into well-fitting jeans, and white booties.
Horgan and Challes-Grandits were struggling to keep a small visual joke: Julian highlighting the pubic hair on a Thomas Eakins sketch with a laser pointer as he commanded his students to “notice the hyperrealism of the pubic mons.” The scene had been filmed in both a wide shot and a closeup, and for an hour and a half they tried different ways of integrating the footage.
At one point, Horgan said, “What we’re trying to do is fill that silence and keep our pubes.”A consulting producer and writer named Adam Resnick joined Horgan in the editing room.
In the nineteen-seventies, Mary Richards, in “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” was meant to be a divorcée, but CBS deemed such a past too risqué, and supplied the character with a broken engagement instead.