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Original Content podcast: ‘The Umbrella Academy’ returns for a messy-but-delightful second season

The first season of “The Umbrella Academy” had its flaws, but empathetic portrayals of its seven superhero siblings (all adults bearing the emotional scars of an upbringing under their strict adoptive father Reginald Hargreeves) more than made up for its meandering plot. In season two, which recently launched on Netflix, the Umbrella Academy has been transported to Dallas in the early 1960s, where the Hargreeves must once again try to repair their familial bonds while also averting a nuclear ...
Tags: Apple, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, Disney, Tech, Netflix, Dallas, Jfk, Jack Ruby, Umbrella Academy, Reginald Hargreeves, Original Content Podcast, Hargreeves


The 40 best movies on Hulu right now

From dramas to blockbusters, Hulu offers some great films to its subscribers. Check out our list of top picks.
Tags: Entertainment, Trends, Streaming, Hulu, Movies & TV, T2E


Netflix’s latest effort to make inroads in India: Support for Hindi

Only about 10% of India’s 1.3 billion people know English. Yet, scores of firms operating in the country offer their services only in English in the country. Netflix, one such company, said on Friday it’s aiming to break through that language barrier. The American on-demand video streaming giant today rolled out support for Hindi, a language spoken by nearby half a billion people in India, across its platform From sign up to search rows, to collections and synopsis and payment, Hindi language...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, Apps, Asia, Entertainment, India, Disney, Netflix, Netflix India, Amazon Prime Video, Hindi, Hotstar, Monika Shergill, Disney Hotstar


Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Tyler Mitchell to talk Imagine Impact at Disrupt 2020

The world is changing quickly. It seems to be growing more complicated by the minute. Throughout the centuries, humans have used storytelling to make sense of the world around them. That is perhaps more true today than it ever was, as we have access to more stories (via the internet) than we ever have in history. But with this proliferation, it’s critical that the very best storytellers — a diverse group of storytellers — have access to the broadest audiences. Imagine Impact, a content accelerat...
Tags: TC, Hbo, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, Tech, Earth, Netflix, Silicon Valley, Time Magazine, Ron Howard, Mitchell, Brian Grazer, Howard, Tyler Mitchell, Akiva Goldsman


Hollywood’s Triller sets its own rhythm even as it gains from TikTok troubles

Triller, the short video app backed by a Hollywood mogul and music celebrities, is rapidly ballooning in both user size and valuation. It’s now seeking a new funding round of $250 million that will push its valuation to over $1 billion, according to a source with knowledge of the matter. That’s a leap from its $130 million valuation reported last October. Triller’s founder and CEO Mike Lu declined to comment, although another executive confirmed the funding with Dot.la. The app has emerged as...
Tags: TC, Apps, Twitter, Music, Hollywood, Microsoft, Entertainment, California, China, Singapore, India, Funding, US, Los Angeles, Tech, Eminem


‘Mulan’ is coming to Disney+ on September 4, for an additional price of $29.99

Those wondering whether The Walt Disney Company would eventually give up on a traditional theatrical release for “Mulan” now have their answer. While the coronavirus pandemic prompted Disney to accelerate the streaming release of some movies like Pixar’s “Onward,” and to send certain lower-profile movies like “Artemis Fowl” straight to Disney+, until now the company has chosen to delay its bigger releases like “Mulan” and “Black Widow.” In fact, “Mulan” and Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” were ex...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, New York, Media, Entertainment, Disney, America, Tech, Canada, United States, Mulan, Pixar, Tenet, The Walt Disney Company, Bob Chapek, Chapek, California Warner Bros


Disney+ grows to more than 60.5M subscribers

Disney+ had more than 60.5 million paying subscribers as of yesterday, according to The Walt Disney Company’s CEO Bob Chapek. Chapek shared the number during a call to discuss the company’s latest , which covered the company’s most recent quarter ending on June 27. He was essentially offering an update on the 57.5 million paid subscriber figure included in the report, and he said the growth is “far exceeding our initial projections for the service.” Disney+ launched in November of last year....
Tags: Verizon, Media, Entertainment, India, Disney, Tech, Netflix, Espn, Hulu, Parks, Hamilton, The Walt Disney Company, Kevin Mayer, Hotstar, Disney Plus, Bob Chapek Chapek


How to Unlock All the Safes in The Last of Us 2 Without Finding Clues

For fans of The Last of Us 2, Naughty Dog’s follow-up to the 2013 Game of the Year winner The Last of Us, part of the fun is the depth of its world. Such a feeling is often limited to open world games, those allowing you to explore freely and interact with virtually anything; but where The Last of Us 2 is…Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Video Games, Entertainment, Lifehacks, Naughty Dog


Hulu's original movie "Palm Springs" is the comedy we needed this summer

Two wedding guests discover they're trapped in an infinite time loop, waking up in Palm Springs over and over and over. As the reality of their situation sets in, Nyles and Sarah decide to enjoy the repetitive awakenings. The film is perfectly timed for a world sheltering at home during a pandemic. Everyone remembers Bill Murray's hilarious time loop in the 1993 film Groundhog Day. While covering the infamous annual event in Punxsutawney, Murray comes to terms with waking up over and over again...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Entertainment, Film, Relationships, Love, Time, Innovation, Bill Murray, Hulu, Sarah, Palm Springs, Nyles, Sarah Cristin Milioti, Nyles Andy Samberg, Punxsutawney Murray


Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘Say I Do’ offers a wedding-focused twist on the ‘Queer Eye’ formula

Parts of “Say I Do,” a new reality series on Netflix, will feel pretty familiar to fans of the streaming service’s popular reboot of “Queer Eye.” Like “Queer Eye,” “Say I Do” stars gay men who are experts in a particular field — in this case, interior designer Jeremiah Brent, fashion designer Thai Nguyen and chef Gabriele Bertaccini. In each episode, the trio is given the only-on-reality-TV task of organizing an elaborate wedding in a single week. And usually, just one half of the lucky coupl...
Tags: Apple, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, Tech, Netflix, Jeremiah Brent, Nguyen, David Collins, Original Content Podcast, Say I Do, Gabriele Bertaccini


John Wick screenwriter to pen new Splinter Cell anime for Netflix

Netflix reportedly bought 16 episodes of the series
Tags: Gaming, News, Entertainment, Trends, Netflix, John Wick, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell


What does accountability look like in 2020?

Rae Witte Contributor Share on Twitter Rae Witte is a New York-based freelance journalist covering music, style, sneakers, art and dating, and how they intersect with tech. You can find her writing on i-D, The Wall Street Journal, Esquire and Forbes, among others. More posts by this contributor Demand for fertility services persists despite COVID-19 shutdowns During a pandemic, some companies struggle to pro...
Tags: Startups, TC, Column, Fashion, New York, Media, Instagram, Entertainment, Social Media, Future Of Work, Tech, Diversity, Adidas, Kanye West, West, Racism


CBS All Access adds 3,500 new episodes before rebranding in 2021

ViacomCBS has announced a significant expansion to its streaming library, with the addition of more than 3,500 episodes of shows like “Avatar: The Last Avatar,” “Chapelle’s Show” and “Laguna Beach.” Viacom and CBS were previously merged, then separated, then most recently merged again, and the additional content comes from across the company’s different brands — such as BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Smithsonian Channel, TV Land, VH1 and Paramount Pictures — plus additional sports pro...
Tags: Hbo, Media, Entertainment, Disney, Tech, Star Trek, Cbs, Richard Linklater, Paramount Pictures, Viacom, UEFA Champions League, Cbs All Access, Kemp, Laguna Beach, Peacock, Picard


Sharon Osbourne describes two 'out of body experiences' on 'The Talk'

Sharon Osbourne appears alongside husband Ozzy and son Jack in a new Travel Channel series, "The Osbournes Want to Believe."
Tags: News, Entertainment, Jack, Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy


17 picks for weekend culture: How to see #Ham4Change, Renée Fleming, Broadway Bares

Renée Fleming sings, "Hamilton" stars reunite, burlesque dancers strip down, Pacific Symphony plays Beethoven's Fifth and Helen Mirren does "Ophelia."
Tags: News, Entertainment, Beethoven, Helen Mirren, Hamilton, Renee Fleming


Amazon Picks Up Regina King’s Feature Directorial Debut ‘One Night In Miami’ About Young Cassius Clay – TIFF

In the wake of Regina King's feature directorial debut One Night in Miami making this year's Toronto International Film Festival premiere list, Amazon Studios has scooped up the movie's global rights for a release later this year in time for awards season. The If Beale Street Could Talk Oscar-winning actress' movie based on Olivier-nominated Kemp Powers 2013 […]
Tags: News, Entertainment, Miami, Olivier, Amazon Studios, Amazon Picks Up Regina King


Amazon Nabs Regina King’s Feature Directorial Debut ‘One Night in Miami’ for Awards Season

The film will have its world premiere at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival in September.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Miami, Amazon Nabs Regina King


The X Change Rate: Hailie Sahar & Shea Couleé

Hot off her historic "RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars" win, Monét X Change brings her very own talk show to BUILD Series. The lovely host sits down to chat with "Pose" star Hailie Sahar and "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars" season 5 winner, Shea Couleé.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Rupaul, Hailie Sahar


Regina King’s feature directorial debut One Night in Miami picked up by Amazon Studios

The film follows Cassius Clay, before he became Muhammad Ali, as he experiences a life-changing night with friends Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Miami, Muhammad Ali, Amazon Studios, Regina King, Malcolm X Sam Cooke


August 29th: Legendary jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis plays songs from 'The In Crowd'

Hands down one of the greatest of all time! Composer and pianist Ramsey Lewis will be streaming live on August 29th to support the Jazz Foundation of America. I have already bought my ticket. Stage It: GRAMMY® Award-winning pianist and NEA Jazz Master Ramsey Lewis presents an exclusive concert experience Saturday August 29th at 1:00 PM Central Time - Ramsey Lewis Plays Songs From The In Crowd! Ramsey Lewis has recorded over 81 albums and has received seven gold records and three Grammy Awa...
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Tracy A. Squire’s ‘A Tapestry of Witches’ gets a new marketing push

Fantasy novel follows a group of witches and warriors who must band together to defeat evil INGHAM, Australia, July 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A family of beautiful witches is haunted through the ages by an abhorrent evil. With their eternal warriors by their side, they battle to defeat an ancient wrong and gain victory for their souls. Readers are invited to see how the story goes in Tracy A. Squire’s “A Tapestry of Witches: Ode to the Warriors” (published by Balboa Press AU in Decemeber 201...
Tags: Amazon, News, Entertainment, Queensland, Simon, Sally, Brisbane Australia, Author Solutions, Squire, Balboa Press, Tracy A Squire, INGHAM Australia, Alan Barkley, Margot Jensen, Jessica Raynor, Abigail Christianson


Hauser Continues Streaming Perfomance Series: Alone, Together – Dubrovnik!

Hauser Continues Special Performance Series with “ALONE, TOGETHER – from Dubrovnik”! Streaming Worldwide on Hauser’s Official Youtube Channel– July 30, 2 PM ET!! Filmed by Medvid production Audio by Matterhorn Music #AloneTogether #HAUSER    HAUSER  announced today the third installment in his ‘Alone, Together’ concert series! This time he’s taking fans to the historic old […]
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Lili Reinhart is a mysterious transfer student with a tragic past in Chemical Hearts trailer

Young love and growing pains are center stage in the first trailer for 'Chemical Hearts,' starring Austin Abrams and Lili Reinhart.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Lili Reinhart, Austin Abrams, Chemical Hearts


‘Space Force': Why Is General Naird’s Wife Maggie in Prison?

(This article does contain some spoilers for “Space Force” on Netflix)What’s the inverse of a gag? It’s a strange question, but it’s one that we’re asking because we think that’s what Netflix’s “Space Force” did throughout its first season. Instead of a running gag, this particular thing is like a running gag-by-omission. Like they joke-shaped hole in the middle of this show, but then didn’t put a joke in it.What we’re talking about here, of course, is the situation with Maggie Naird (Lisa Kudro...
Tags: News, Entertainment, Colorado, Netflix, Maggie, Daniels, Carell, Greg Daniels, Space Force, Naird, Mark Naird Steve Carell, Maggie Naird Lisa Kudrow


The Future Is Now, as Primetime Emmy Ceremony Goes Virtual

In the immortal words of Jamiroqual: "Futures made of virtual insanity now."
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Kerry Washington Renews Overall Deal With ABC Studios; Simpson Street Developing Adaptation Of Lillian Li’s ‘Number One Chinese Restaurant’

The good news for Kerry Washington keeps on coming! After receiving multiple Emmy nominations Tuesday morning, including one for her role in Little Fires Everywhere, Washington and her Simpson Street Productions has extended and expanded her overall deal with ABC Studios. The exclusive 3-year TV deal includes producing projects for broadcast, cable and streaming for […]
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Kerry Washington Renews Overall TV Deal With ABC Studios

Kerry Washington has renewed her overall TV deal with ABC Studios for three more years.Washington and her Simpson Street production company will work on projects for broadcast, cable and streaming. Pilar Savone continues as Simpson Street’s executive vice president of production and development.“Since its inception, Simpson Street has focused on using art and entertainment to amplify the human experience and weave narratives that honor our unique differences while connecting us through our share...
Tags: Kerry Washington, News, Entertainment, Reese Witherspoon, Abc, Washington, Netflix, Kerry, Hulu, ABC Studios, Olivia Pope, Simpson Street, AnnaSophia Robb, Kerry WashingtonWashington, Jessica Yu, Jonnie Davis


‘The Weight of Gold’ Review: HBO Sports Doc Gives Lightweight Treatment to Heavy Issue

Brett Rapkin's examination of the ailing mental health of Olympic athletes is necessary, but packing it into a broadcast-ready hourlong package does it no favors.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Brett Rapkin, HBO Sports Doc Gives Lightweight Treatment


Kerry Washington Extends ABC Studios Overall Deal

Kerry Washington and her Simpson Street production banner have renewed their overall deal with ABC studios for a further three years. “Since its inception, Simpson Street has focused on using art and entertainment to amplify the human experience and weave narratives that honor our unique differences while connecting us through our shared humanity,” said Washington. […]
Tags: Kerry Washington, News, Entertainment, Abc, Washington, Simpson Street, ABC Studios Overall Deal


Missing the bar? Become a master mixologist in your living room.

Neighborhood bars might be closed, but you can still enjoy your favorite cocktails at home. Sommelier Carlos Batista will teach everything you need to know about vodka, sake, tequila, wine, whiskey, and more.In his nine-course bundle, you'll learn all about flavors, how to read labels, and how to mix the perfect drink. While the term "social distancing" is on everyone's lips, some recommend the term "physical distancing" instead. We might not be able to crowd into bars, but we can still be soci...
Tags: Learning, Education, Entertainment, Play, Innovation, Batista, Carlos Batista, Coronavirus