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‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ and ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ Head Back to the Studio This Week

Production on all movies and TV shows was shut down in early April when the coronavirus pandemic started spreading quickly across the United States. However, late night television was able to make a comeback by producing episodes remotely. Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, James Corden, Conan O’Brien, and Samantha Bee, hosted their shows from the comfort of their home and had guests appear through video chat. But two of them will be returning to the studio soon. ViacomCB...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Jimmy Fallon, Stephen-Colbert, Los Angeles, United States, Colbert, The Late Show, Cbs, The Late Late Show, James Corden, Samantha Bee, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Conan O Brien


Simon Cowell breaks back falling off electric bike in California

Music tycoon is having surgery but ‘doing fine’, his spokeswoman saysSimon Cowell is said to have undergone surgery after breaking his back in a fall from an electric bike in California.The music mogul’s spokeswoman said he was was in hospital and was “doing fine”. Continue reading...
Tags: Music, Television, Media, California, UK News, US news, Culture, Television & radio, Simon Cowell, saysSimon Cowell


Boycotted. Criticized. But Fox News Leads the Pack in Prime Time.

Led by Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity, the channel’s pro-Trump lineup outranked every network from 8 to 11 p.m. in June and July.
Tags: Television, News, Fox News, Fox News Channel, Murdoch, Trump, Tucker Carlson, Henry, Scott, Sean Hannity, Blake, Sean, HANNITY, Tucker, Carlson, Suzanne


Simon Cowell breaks back falling off electric bike in US

Music tycoon and entertainer having surgery but his spokeswoman says he is ‘doing fine’ Simon Cowell is having surgery after breaking his back while testing out an electric bike in California, it emerged on Sunday.The 60-year-old entertainer, who has a home in Malibu, was said by his spokeswoman to be “doing fine”. Continue reading...
Tags: Music, Television, Media, California, US, UK News, US news, Culture, Television & radio, Simon Cowell, Malibu


TV Bits: ‘Pen15’ Season 2 Trailer, ‘Woke’, ‘Who’s the Boss’, ‘Money Heist’, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: The hilarious Hulu comedy Pen15 gets a new trailer for its second season A new show called Woke introduces animation after the protagonist’s run-in with the police Netflix’s Money Heist is coming back Inexplicably, so is 1980s sitcom Who’s the Boss? And more! Pen15, one of Hulu’s best original shows, is coming back for a second season on September 18, 2020, and I am hyped for it. Here’s a trailer for a fascinating new series called Woke, about an artist (L...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Aretha Franklin, Alyssa Milano, Netflix, Denmark, Steve Martin, Selena Gomez, Hulu, Sony Pictures Television, Paramount, Martin Short, Eurovision Song Contest, Matthew, Hgtv


Lesbian lovers and a boxer in a burqa: a new look for Pakistani TV

British-Pakistani filmmaker tackles sexual stereotypes in groundbreaking new drama series, Churails A burqa-clad boxer, a high-society wedding planner and an ex-convict may sound more like the wish list for the next series of Big Brother, but they are just some of the characters in a groundbreaking new Pakistani drama show.Dubbed “Lock, Stock and Four Smoking Burqas”, the series, called Churails, is the first made in Pakistan to feature a lesbian relationship. It was written and directed by Brit...
Tags: Television, World news, Culture, South and Central Asia, Pakistan, Asim Abbasi


Check Out New Reality TV Series Debuting on FYI Network: DREAM LIFE Starring Serena DC!

Dream Life: Your sweet escape to a new reality In today’s world, an escape from reality would do us all some good. For the perfect way to escape, look no further than Serena DC’s Dream Life, premiering on FYI network on August 9.     Dream Life makes the most of Serena’s many talents and […]
Tags: Videos, Featured, Television, Celebrity, California, Life, Adventure, Love, Women, Lifestyle, Entrepreneurs, Strategy, Social Media, Seo, Marketing Strategy, Viral


‘Animaniacs’ Revival Arrives on Hulu in November; Pinky and The Brain Coming Back, Too

It’s been 22 years since Animaniacs graced the small screen. But they’re making a big comeback in the streaming world with Hulu reviving the animated series that was originally executive produced by Steven Spielberg. Now Amblin Television and Warner Bros. Animation have some all-new adventures following the Warner brothers Yakko and Wacko, as well as the Warner sister Dot, as they run around the Warner movie lot. And they’re coming to Hulu this fall. Hulu officially set the Animaniacs return ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Animation, Warner, Hulu, Steven Spielberg, Mindy, Pinky, Darryl Frank, Animaniacs, Warner Bros Animation, Yakko, Pinky and the Brain, Yakko Wakko, Steven Spielberg Now Amblin Television


‘Stay Tuned’ TV Series in the Works; Will Adapt the Film About a Couple Who Gets Sucked Into Their TV

Stay Tuned, a 1992 movie in which John Ritter and Pam Dawber play a husband and wife who get sucked into their television and inhabit different worlds as they bounce through the TV’s hellish programming, is being adapted into a TV show. Just two months ago, I wrote a piece proclaiming that this goofy little quasi-forgotten movie was an ideal candidate for a modern remake. Am I to believe it’s a coincidence that a new version is now in the works? Or do the people behind this Stay Tuned TV series...
Tags: Television, Movies, Amc, Adaptation, Roy, Rosemary, Helen, Goldberg, Jane Doe, Pam Dawber, John Ritter, Ian Goldberg, Film to TV, Family Films, AMC Studios, Richard Naing


Gods, Monsters and H.P. Lovecraft’s Uncanny Legacy

The author’s stories have influenced countless works, including the new HBO series “Lovecraft Country.” But how do modern adapters reckon with his racism, his sexism and his profound weirdness?
Tags: Hbo, Television, News, Lovecraft, Books and Literature, Home Box Office, Writing and Writers, H P, Lovecraft Country (Book, Lovecraft Country (TV Program


‘Friends’ Reunion Special Stuck in Second Gear, is Delayed Again By HBO Max

HBO Max will have to pivot to a new release date for the Friends reunion special — again. The highly-anticipated unscripted Friends reunion special, which is set to bring back the hit sitcom’s original cast members Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, and Matthew Perry, has reportedly been delayed yet again due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and its impact on physical production. Variety reports that HBO Max has delayed the Friends reun...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Friends, Marta Kauffman, Perry, Matthew Perry, Bob Greenblatt, Greenblatt, David Crane, WarnerMedia Entertainment, HBO Max, Netflix Aniston Cox Kudrow Schwimmer LeBlanc


‘One Perfect Shot’ TV Series Coming to HBO Max with Ava DuVernay Narrating

One Perfect Shot, the Twitter account which celebrates iconic moments of cinematography in films and TV shows, soon might be able to have the meta experience of sharing a photo from its own show. HBO Max has greenlit a new documentary series inspired by the account, which will give directors the visual tools to put them inside a 360 recreation of one of their most memorable shots. Ava DuVernay, the director of Selma and 13th, will executive produce and narrate the show. Get more details below. ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Documentary, Selma, Ava Duvernay, DuVernay, Neil Miller, One Perfect Shot, Warner Horizon Unscripted Television, Paul Garnes, HBO Max, ARRAY Filmworks, Bruce Robertson Sarah Bremner, Max DuVernay, Lee Metzger


‘Lovecraft Country’ Review: Horrors Both Human and Otherworldly Haunt Misha Green’s Spellbinding Series

“This is the story of a boy and his dream,” a narrator tells us. “But more than that, it is the story of an American boy and a dream that is truly American.” That narrator is from the 1950 film The Jackie Robinson Story, but he’s also, in effect, narrating Lovecraft Country, Misha Green‘s phenomenal horror series. Rather than just use musical needle drops, Lovecraft Country uses narration pulled from other sources, audio clips, spoken-word poetry, creating a rich tapestry; a collage; a mosaic. ...
Tags: Florida, Hbo, Television, Movies, Rihanna, Horror, Stephen King, America, Indiana, Features, Green, Chicago, Adaptation, New England, Montrose, James Baldwin


Living While Black in ‘Lovecraft Country’

Misha Green, the creator of this macabre new HBO series, discusses her obsession with horror and why its sense of dread and danger is not just an allegory.
Tags: Hbo, Television, News, Green, Williams, Jordan, Misha, Majors, Lee, Vance, Matt, Abrams, J J, Peele, Ruff, Smollett


‘A League of Their Own’ TV Series Moving Forward at Amazon

Amazon has gone ahead and given their A League of Their Own TV show a series order. The show, based on the true story of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League and the 1992 Penny Marshall film starring Gena Davis and Tom Hanks, comes from creators Abbi Jacobson and Will Graham, with Jacobson set to star in the show as well. I recently rewatched A League of Their Own for the first time in a long time, and that movie really holds up. It’s funny, and sweet, and expertly crafted. An...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Tom Hanks, Abbi Jacobson, Sony, Cbs, Graham, Penny Marshall, Jacobson, Will Graham, All American Girls Professional Baseball League, Film to TV, A League of Their Own, gena Davis, Abbi Jacobson Chanté Adams


‘Cursed Films’ Season 2 Set to Haunt Shudder

Cursed Films, the excellent Shudder original series devoted to exploring tragic and mysterious events surrounding various film productions, is coming back for a second season. Season one covered The Omen, Poltergeist, The Exorcist, The Crow, and Twilight Zone: The Movie, and while the films that will be covered in season two have yet to be announced, season one director Jay Cheel is returning to shoot the new season, with plans to focus on some films outside of North America. Cursed Films ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, North America, Jay, Jay Cheel, Shudder, Cursed Films, Craig Engler Shudder


‘The Undoing’ Trailer: Nicole Kidman Makes a Terrible Mistake in HBO’s New Limited Series

In HBO’s Big Little Lies, Nicole Kidman plays a woman whose life slowly becomes unraveled after a violent death occurs. Now she’s about to reunite with Big Little Lies writer David E. Kelley for another series in which something very similar seems to happen. In a new HBO limited series called The Undoing, Kidman returns to a high-status role playing a classy, big city author whose family’s life is thrown into utter chaos in the aftermath of a murder. Check out the newest trailer below. The ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Amc, Netflix, Nicole-kidman, Ferrari, Ford, Donald Sutherland, Adaptation, Sandra Bullock, Tom Hiddleston, Grace, Hugh-Grant, Kidman


‘Hoops’ Trailer: It Takes Balls to Coach a High School Basketball Team

Netflix’s roster of adult-oriented animated programming is top notch, and they’re really starting to give Adult Swim and Comedy Central a run for their money. Their latest effort is Hoops, a new show created by comedian Ben Hoffman and starring Jake Johnson as a foul-mouthed high school basketball coach trying to turn his depressing life around. It has the look of Bob’s Burgers, but the raunchiness of Big Mouth, and the new Hoops trailer has me all in. Hoops Trailer Jake Johnson (New Gir...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Netflix, Animation, Bob, Johnson, Hoops, Hoffman, Ben Hopkins, Jake Johnson, TV Trailer, Phil Lord Chris Miller, Ben Hoffman, High School Basketball Team, Rob Riggle Ron Funches Natasha Leggero Cleo King


Darren Aronofsky Developing ‘Boss of the Beach’ TV Series Based on a Wild True-Crime New York Magazine Article

Darren Aronofsky is going to have to shed his signature scarf to make his next project. The mother! director is developing a TV series with Searchlight Television based on the New York Magazine article “Boss of The Beach,” which recounts the crimes of the boss of New York’s lifeguard corps. Aronofsky landed the rights to the Boss of the Beach TV series after a competitive bidding situation with 10 other bidders. Darren Aronofsky is going to finally get some sun with the Boss of the Beach TV ...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, New York City, United States, Adaptation, Fox Searchlight, Darren-Aronofsky, New York Magazine, True Story, Herbert, Stein, Peter Stein, Aronofsky, Edgar Hoover, Searchlight Television


‘Star Trek: Lower Decks’ Review: Life as Phaser Fodder

An animated addition to the “Trek” universe is part fan service, part smutty office sitcom.
Tags: Television, News, CBS Corporation, Star Trek: Lower Decks (TV Program


NBCUniversal Pushes Out Chairman of NBC Entertainment

Paul Telegdy leaves the network ahead of a pending investigation into his workplace behavior.
Tags: Television, News, Nbcuniversal, NBC Entertainment, Comcast Corporation, Appointments and Executive Changes, Paul Telegdy, Cable Television, Workplace Hazards and Violations


‘High Fidelity’ Canceled at Hulu After One Season

Add this to your list of top 5 heartbreaks. The High Fidelity remake, which starred Zoe Kravitz in the role originated by John Cusack in the 2000 adaptation of Nick Hornby’s novel, has been canceled by Hulu after one critically acclaimed season. The Hollywood Reporter has the news that Hulu has opted to cancel High Fidelity after just one 10-episode season. The cast, which includes Kravitz, Jake Lacy, and Da’Vine Joy Randolph, was notified of the decision Wednesday. Based on the Nick Hornby ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Disney, West, Brooklyn, Nick Hornby, Fidelity, Rob, Hulu, Remakes, John Cusack, Simon, Zoe Kravitz, Kravitz


Fair Balls and Foul Language

With no live crowd noise as a buffer at M.L.B. games, on-field sounds are easy to hear on broadcasts — and it’s not all rated PG.
Tags: Television, News, Baseball, Boone, Aaron, McNeil, Brice, Indecency, Obscenity and Profanity, Austin (1992-, Jeff (1992-


Robert Downey Jr. Will Produce and Possibly Co-Star in a New Apple TV+ Detective Series

Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey‘s Team Downey production company are already responsible for one detective show – HBO’s Perry Mason reboot – and now they’re moving on to another. The Downeys are teaming with Apple TV+ to produce a new detective series that Downey Jr. might also appear in. Based on a true story, the series follows a detective trying to solve a decades-old cold case. Variety has the news on the Robert Downey Jr. Apple TV+ detective series. The show comes from writer Adam Pe...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Television, Movies, Robert-Downey-Jr, Tom Hanks, Leonardo Dicaprio, Will Smith, Martin Scorsese, Perry Mason, Matthew Rhys, Adam Perlman, Downey Jr, Susan Downey, Team Downey, Appletv


Stream These 12 Movies Before They Leave Netflix This Month

“Groundhog Day” for when every day feels the same, “Candyman” for when they feel like a nightmare: Watch them while you can in August.
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix Inc


AMC Adapting Fantasy Novella ‘Sorcerers,’ About a Hip Hop-Inspired Sorcerer

AMC is making a TV series about a hip hop-inspired sorcerer based on the fantasy novella Sorcerers. Written by Maurice Broaddus and Otis Whitaker, with illustrations by internationally renowned artist Jim Mahfood, Sorcerers is described as a psychedelic urban fantasy novella about a man from Harlem who “comes into his own as a hip hop-inspired sorcerer.” AMC has picked up the rights to Sorcerers, an urban fantasy novella by Broaddus and Whitaker, which follows Malik Hutchins, a 30-year-old m...
Tags: Television, Movies, Amc, Fantasy, Harlem, Whitaker, Malik, Mahfood, Ben Marra, Broaddus, Jim Mahfood, Sorcerers, Maurice Broaddus, Otis Whitaker, Jim Mahfood Sorcerers, Malik Hutchins


‘Mimic’ TV Series Directed by Paul WS Anderson in the Works

At long last, the worlds of Guillermo del Toro and Paul WS Anderson will collide! Mimic, del Toro’s American debut film, is now being turned into a TV series, with Anderson directing the pilot. As for del Toro, he has absolutely nothing to do with the TV show, which makes sense, since the experience of making the film was a constant battle, leading the filmmaker to disown the theatrical cut (a director’s cut was eventually released on Blu-ray). In the film, mutated insects prey upon hapless hum...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, New York City, Guillermo Del Toro, Anderson, Miramax, Toro, Weinstein Brothers, Weinsteins, Film to TV, Mira Sorvino, Jim Danger Gray, Jeremy Bolt, Mimic, Paul WS Anderson


‘The Ren & Stimpy Show’ is Being Reimagined at Comedy Central

Hot on the heels of ordering the return of Beavis and Butt-Head from Mike Judge, Comedy Central is bringing back another beloved cartoon from 1990s, one that was inexplicably approved for kids, but landed more firmly with adults. The Ren and Stimpy Show is being reimagined at Comedy Central, but original series creator John Kricfalusi will not be involved in any capacity after being accused of sexual misconduct a few years ago. Comedy Central sent out a press release about the Ren and Stim...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Comedy Central, Animation, Nickelodeon, Ren, Doug, Daria, Phil Lord Chris Miller, Ren And Stimpy, Stimpy, John Kricfalusi, Nickelodeon Animation, Paramount Network


We Need to Talk About ‘Indian Matchmaking’

The Netflix show is controversial. But it tells awkward truths about my community.
Tags: Television, News, India, United States, Kaling, Mindy, Netflix Inc, Race and Ethnicity, Dating and Relationships, Smriti, Minhaj, Hasan (1985-, Indian-Americans, The Big Sick (Movie, Caste Systems, New Girl (TV Program