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Perry Mason Season 1 Episode 2 Recap

Perry Mason Season 1 Episode 2 Recap In the previous episode of HBO’s Perry Mason, E.B. Jonathan recruited Perry to investigate the kidnapping and death of Charlie Dodson on behalf of lumber magnate Herman Baggerly. In Perry Mason Season 1 Episode 2, the LAPD made arrests without the guidance of Officer Paul Drake, and Sister Alice presided over Charlie Dodson’s funeral. Paul Drake Officer Paul Drake, a black beat cop, answered a call about a domestic dispute. As he successfully peacefully...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, TV News, Drake, Lapd, Recap, Alice, Matthew, TV Recap, Jonathan, Clark, Perry, Pete, Emily, Perry Mason


The time is now, cable news

I wrote this in preparation for joining Pete Dominick on his podcast today to talk about the need to schedule a daily show in prime time. Then the Wall Street Journal reported that Joy Reid would finally take over Chris Matthews’ 7 p.m. time slot on MSNBC. As of the moment, nothing is official. So Pete and I went ahead with the discussion and I’m posting this: What television should look like every day My friend Pete Dominick and I have been banging the same drum over and over on socia...
Tags: Publishing, Uncategorized, America, Journalism, Bbc, Cnn, Msnbc, Equity, Wall Street Journal, Chris Matthews, Pete, Jason Johnson, Joy Reid, Elie Mystal, Pete Dominick, Ros Atkins


‘Hair Love’ Director Recruits Lil Rel Howery For Heist Comedy ‘The Come Up’

Matthew A. Cherry won an Oscar for his 2019 short film Hair Love, which he wrote, produced, and directed, and now he’s lined up his first feature film since taking home his Academy Award. He’ll direct The Come Up, a heist comedy starring Lil Rel Howery (Get Out), the Lucas Brothers (22 Jump Street), and Jermaine Fowler (Sorry to Bother You). Collider reports that Cherry will step behind the camera for The Come Up, which is being described as a cross between F. Gary Gray’s 1995 comedy Friday a...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Casting, America, Ocean, New Line, Steven Soderbergh, Ava Duvernay, Cherry, Pete, Fowler, Gary Gray, Matthew A. Cherry, Lucas Brothers, Superior Donuts, Matthew Cherry


Perry Mason Season 1 Episode 1 Recap

Perry Mason Season 1 Episode 1 Recap HBO’s new series, Perry Mason, explores the origin story of Erle Stanley Gardner’s iconic lawyer character of novels, radio, film, and TV in a 1930s Los Angeles setting. In Perry Mason Season 1 Episode 1, Perry is hired to investigate a kidnapping-turned-homicide of a one-year-old boy, while trying to get paid more for his investigation into a famous comedian. Angel’s Flight The Dodsons were paying a $100,000 ransom for the return of their one-year-old ...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Los Angeles, TV News, Angel, Lapd, Recap, Chubby, TV Recap, Jonathan, Perry, Pete, Charlie, Perry Mason, Holcomb


How to Avoid Remote Work Disasters to Address the Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt our work lives. As a result, companies worldwide are shifting their employees to a virtual setup. However, there are those who have not considered the potential problems that can arise due to this change. Pete, one of my coaching clients, experienced this a few months before the pandemic hit. As a mid-level manager in the software engineering unit of a startup of 400 employees doing Electronic Health Records (EHRs), he was given the task of sh...
Tags: Leadership, ANN, Mary, Pete, Advisory Board, Electronic Health Records EHRs


Lawyer For Plaintiffs In Landmark SCOTUS Case On Gay Rights Explains Why They Won

Pamela Karlan, the attorney who represented the plaintiffs in the landmark Supreme Court case that ruled in favor of LGBTQ workplace protections, asserted on Monday that the stunning victory was a result of simply following the law as written. During an interview on MSNBC, Karlan said the blockbuster decision “follows directly from the text of Title VII” in the 1964 Civil Rights Act. “Title VII says you can’t fire a worker because of that worker’s sex,” she explained. “If you have two workers...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Congress, Lgbtq, Trump, Bobby, Pete, Gorsuch, Neil Gorsuch, Cristina Cabrera, Pamela Karlan, Karlan


Roland Emmerich’s ‘Moonfall’ Will Star Patrick Wilson

Roland Emmerich, the master of cinematic disaster, is gearing up for another big-budget disaster movie called Moonfall, and now he’s found his leading man. Patrick Wilson (The Conjuring, Aquaman) has been cast as the film’s protagonist, and he’ll play a disgraced astronaut who’s called back into action when the moon is suddenly put on a crash course with Earth. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news about Wilson and revealed that Charlie Plummer (All the Money in the World, Boardwalk Empire, L...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Nasa, Earth, Halle Berry, Wilson, Roland-Emmerich, Charlie Plummer, Pete, Jeff Goldblum, Emmerich, Plummer, Lionsgate Films, Action/Adventure, Patrick-Wilson, White House Down


‘King of Staten Island’ Costume Designer Sarah Mae Burton on Creating Pete Davidson’s Look

Though “The King of Staten Island” is based in part on the real life of Pete Davidson, costume designer Sarah Mae Burton (“The Big Sick”) knew she didn’t want Davidson’s character to look like the “SNL” cast member. “Pete has a distinctive style [“scumbro” — logos, sweats, Hawaiian shirts and neon] in the media, and […]
Tags: Artisans, Production, Staten Island, Pete Davidson, Pete, Davidson, The King of Staten Island, Sarah Mae Burton


‘The Hate U Give’ is Available to Rent for Free on Digital Platforms as Protests Supporting Black Lives Matter Continue

As the protests supporting the Black Lives Matter movement continue across the country, more and more people are looking for movies and shows to watch that address the root issues of that movement. (And no, The Help is not exactly the best available option.) Studios and filmmakers are making some particularly relevant movies free to rent, and it’s hard to get more relevant than 2018’s The Hate U Give, which involves the police shooting an unarmed black man, and what happens when the officer’s n...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Dwayne Johnson, Selma, New York Times, Adaptation, Black Lives Matter, Ava Duvernay, 20th Century Fox, Starr, Amandla Stenberg, Pete, Khalil, Anthony Mackie, Peter Sciretta


Dutch PM's opinions on blackface have undergone 'major changes' -- but he won't ban it

The Dutch Prime Minister has said his views on the national tradition of dressing in blackface to portray the character of "Zwarte Piet," or Black Pete, have undergone "major changes" -- but he won't go as far as banning it.
Tags: Europe, News, Pete, Zwarte Piet


Dutch PM's opinions on blackface have undergone 'major changes' -- but he's not going to ban it

The Dutch Prime Minister has said his views on the national tradition of dressing in blackface to portray the character of "Zwarte Piet," or Black Pete, have undergone "major changes" -- but he won't go as far as banning it.
Tags: Cnn, Pete, Zwarte Piet


Dutch PM Rutte sceptical about Black Pete tradition

PM Mark Rutte no longer sees the blackface Christmas character as a harmless Netherlands tradition.
Tags: News, Netherlands, Pete, Mark Rutte, Rutte


Amazon Prime Video June 2020 Movie & TV Titles Announced

Amazon Prime Video June 2020 movie & TV titles announced The list for the new Amazon Prime Video June 2020 movies and TV titles has been released, which you can view below! This includes new Amazon original movies, series and specials including weekly docuseries Regular Heroes, Gina Brillion’s third stand-up special Gina Brillon: The Floor is Lava and Patrick Vollrath’s feature directorial debut 7500. RELATED: Blumhouse’s Run Sweetheart Run Acquired By Amazon Studios PRIDE Collection: Find...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Berlin, John Lennon, US, Long, Paris, Showtime, Elton John, TV News, Streaming, Mike Myers, Rachel Mcadams, Pbs, Bronx


The Price of a Virus Lockdown: Economic ‘Free Fall’ in California

California’s strengths — as a hub for commerce, tourism and education in the Pacific Rim — have become liabilities in the pandemic.
Tags: News, California, Davis, Pacific Rim, Iger, Arnold, Wilson, Brown, Schwarzenegger, Pete, Gavin, Newsom, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Recession and Depression, Budgets and Budgeting, Robert A


coronavirus: Exmouth charity Pete's Dragons gets Tesco funding - Exmouth Journal

coronavirus: Exmouth charity Pete's Dragons gets Tesco funding   Exmouth Journal
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Tesco cash for Exmouth-based Pete's Dragons means charity is just a call away - East Devon News.co.uk

Tesco cash for Exmouth-based Pete's Dragons means charity is just a call away   East Devon News.co.uk
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17 critically acclaimed Amazon Prime Video original shows to add to your streaming queue

  Streaming wars have upped the quality of original content for viewers, and over 100 million Americans with a Prime membership already have access to many shows on Prime Video.  If you're looking for a new but worthwhile show to stream, start by checking out critically acclaimed original series on Amazon Prime Video. See more: The best streaming services you can sign up for online Product Card Module: Prime Video Monthly Subscription Card size: small Product Card Module: Prime Monthly Sub...
Tags: Amazon, Japan, New York, Hollywood, London, Mississippi, Tig Notaro, Germany, Iraq, Milwaukee, New York City, Los Angeles, Trends, Amazon Prime, Julia Roberts, David


Weekend reading: Would you lend yourself money in an emergency?

What caught my eye this week. A fter compiling this list of the best money and investing reads for over a decade now, it’s rare I come across anything super new. But I loved this fresh idea from Pete The Planner on how to borrow money from your own emergency fund. Hold up – borrow your own money? That’s right. Sort of. Pete explains it’s down to one of those endearing tics of being human. Many people would rather borrow from a lender – and pay interest – because they prefer to see a repayment ...
Tags: Google, UK, England, London, Marketing, US, Bloomberg, Bbc, Atlantic, Marlborough, Cnbc, Benedict Evans, Buffett, Invesco, Roche, Pete


HBO's top 82 TV shows of all time, ranked from worst to best by critics

With the launch of HBO Max looming, we looked back at HBO's years of stellar programming. We ranked all of HBO's notable shows from worst to best by Metacritic scores, from classics like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" to modern hits like "Watchmen" and "Succession." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO has brought us some of the greatest TV shows of all time, like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire," throughout its history of original programming, which started in the early '80s. ...
Tags: Amazon, New York Post, Hbo, Hollywood, Abc, California, Time, America, Los Angeles, Trends, Cnn, Rome, Atlantic, New York Times, Italy, Yorkshire


Amazon's 41 original TV series, ranked from worst to best by critics (AMZN)

Amazon Prime Video has beefed up its offering of original TV shows in recent years with genre titles like "The Boys" and "The Expanse." It's also expanded its comedy content with Emmy-winning shows like "Fleabag" and "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." We ranked every notable Prime Video original series from worst to best by Metacritic scores. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon Prime Video has delivered an impressive collection of original TV shows in recent years.  It's nota...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, New York Post, Japan, UK, Hollywood, London, Downton Abbey, Mississippi, Yahoo, Tig Notaro, Washington Post, Senate, Germany, Boston, Nazis


Pete Price to leave Radio City after four decades

Radio City presenter Pete Price has announced he is losing his phone-in radio show following the news that Bauer is to close Radio City Talk. Pete shared the news via Twitter on Thursday and has been retweeting reaction to his departure over the last 48 hours, and a new account @Bring_Back_Pete has even been set-up. He said it’s a very sad day and he’ll write more when he comes to terms with the devastating news. He’s currently on the schedule to host a Sunday night show, although the program...
Tags: Top, People, Radio, Liverpool, Merseyside, Bauer, Pete, Radio City, Pete Price, Simon Greening, Bbc Radio Merseyside, Radio City Talk, The North of England


Russo Bros. Pizza Film School: Joe & Anthony Russo Launch Weekly IG Live Series

Russo Bros. Pizza Film School: Joe & Anthony Russo Launch Weekly IG Live Series Joe and Anthony Russo have announced a new weekly Instagram live show titled Russo Bros. Pizza Film School, working to educate and spread some love to favorite classic films as well as local pizzerias while movie lovers are stuck at home during the pandemic. The series airs Fridays at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET on Instagram @therussobrothers.   View this post on Instagram ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Instagram, Disney, Los Angeles Times, Russo brothers, Joe, Bros, Pete, Anthony Russo, Pete Hammond, Deadline Hollywood, Matt Shakman, Movie News, Joe Anthony Russo, Mathieu Kassovitz


‘Hercules’ Remake Won’t Be a “Literal Translation” of the Animated Movie

Disney is hellbent on remaking as many of their animated classics as they can, and Hercules recently joined the ever-growing line-up. The remake of the 1997 animated musical is being produced by the Russo Brothers, and while it’s still way too early to see how things will shake out, the Russos are promising their take on the material is going to offer something new, and not follow in the footsteps of the recent shot-for-shot Lion King remake. I’m very tired of the barrage of Disney live-acti...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Hercules, Russo brothers, Remakes, Pete, Collider, Russos, Anthony Russo, Disney/Pixar, House of Mouse, The Russo Brothers


The top HBO TV shows of all time, ranked from worst to best by critics

With the launch of HBO Max looming, we looked back at HBO's years of stellar programming. We ranked all of HBO's notable shows from worst to best by Metacritic scores, from classics like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" to modern hits like "Watchmen" and "Succession." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO has brought us some of the greatest TV shows of all time, like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire," throughout its history of original programming, which started in the early '80s. ...
Tags: Amazon, New York Post, Hbo, Hollywood, Abc, California, Time, America, Los Angeles, Trends, Cnn, Rome, Atlantic, New York Times, Italy, Yorkshire


The best HBO TV shows of all time — and the worst

With the launch of HBO Max looming, we looked back at HBO's years of stellar programming. We ranked all of HBO's notable shows from worst to best by Metacritic scores, from classics like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" to modern hits like "Watchmen" and "Succession." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO has brought us some of the greatest TV shows of all time, like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire," throughout its history of original programming, which started in the early '80s. ...
Tags: Amazon, New York Post, Hbo, Hollywood, Abc, California, Time, America, Los Angeles, Trends, Cnn, Rome, Atlantic, New York Times, Italy, Yorkshire


The best HBO original TV shows of all time — and the worst

With the launch of HBO Max looming, we looked back at HBO's years of stellar programming. We ranked all of HBO's notable shows from worst to best by Metacritic scores, from classics like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" to modern hits like "Watchmen" and "Succession." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO has brought us some of the greatest TV shows of all time, like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire," throughout its history of original programming, which started in the early '80s. ...
Tags: Amazon, New York Post, Hbo, Hollywood, Abc, California, Time, America, Los Angeles, Trends, Cnn, Rome, Atlantic, New York Times, Italy, Yorkshire


Every notable HBO original TV show, ranked from worst to best by critics

With the launch of HBO Max looming, we looked back at HBO's years of stellar programming. We ranked all of HBO's notable shows from worst to best by Metacritic scores, from classics like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" to modern hits like "Watchmen" and "Succession." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO has brought us some of the greatest TV shows of all time, like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire," throughout its history of original programming, which started in the early '80s. ...
Tags: Amazon, New York Post, Hbo, Hollywood, Abc, California, Time, America, Los Angeles, Trends, Cnn, Rome, Atlantic, New York Times, Italy, Yorkshire


Stephen King’s ‘The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon’ Becoming a Movie Written By ‘ I Am Not Okay With This’ Co-Creator

A movie adaptation of Stephen King‘s The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon has been on the periphery for years, with the late George A. Romero once attached to write and direct. And while Romero is sadly no longer with us, Tom Gordon lives on. Last year, word broke that a Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon movie was still in the works, with Romero’s former wife Christine Romero. Now here’s an update. Village Roadshow Pictures have optioned the rights, and I Am Not Okay With This co-creator Christy Hall has been...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Stephen-King, Maine, Adaptation, Boston Red Sox, George Romero, Pete, Romero, Maine New Hampshire, Trisha, Appalachian Trail, George A Romero, Village Roadshow Pictures, Village Roadshow, Tom Gordon


How a dancing Manhattan Beach unicorn caught Kelly Clarkson’s eye

With their son’s 10th birthday drawing near, Manhattan Beach residents Pete and Allison Halvorsen did what most parents in the time of coronavirus do. They put the word out for a car parade … and prayed. But this drive-by party came with a twist. After the cars rolled past …  “Oh, my god,” shouted birthday boy Luke, “It’s a unicorn!” Pete cranked up the song “One More Time” from Luke’s favorite movie “Trolls World Tour” and the big pink unicorn responded by dancing in the street. Luke danced on ...
Tags: News, California, La, Sport, Soccer, Kelly Clarkson, Clarkson, Local News, Luke, Pete, Manhattan Beach, Juliette, LA County, Tuttle, Halvorsen, Top Stories LADN


‘The King of Staten Island’ Skipping Theaters and Heading Straight to VOD

The King of Staten Island, the latest from Judd Apatow, is heading straight to VOD. The Pete Davidson-starring film was still holding onto its June theatrical release date, but since there’s no sign that movie theaters will reopen by then, Universal made the decision to send the movie to digital. This might indicate a distinct shift in studio thinking, as up until now, many have held fast to the idea of eventual theatrical release for their major titles, delaying certain films by months, or eve...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Comedy, Movies, Oscar, Universal, Staten Island, Judd-Apatow, Pete Davidson, Artemis, Sxsw, Scott, Pete, Davidson, Apatow, Marisa Tomei