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Rachel Brosnahan Fits in Perfectly in the First ‘Saturday Night Live’ of 2019

Rachel Brosnahan has found success pretending to be a comedian on the hit Amazon series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (which is worth watching right this very minute if you haven’t already). But how did she fare taking the reins of one of the most revered comedy shows of all time? Saturday Night Live didn’t use Rachel Brosnahan as effectively as fans might have hoped, not giving her much opportunity to play any standout characters, but the actress did feel comfortable on the series, blending in rat...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Snl, Kenan Thompson, Tyler Perry, Rita, Kate McKinnon, Saturday-Night-Live, Rachel Brosnahan, TV Reviews


The Real-Life Cases That Inspired True Detective Season 3

Many of the details seem plucked from real-life cases from the '80s and '90s
Tags: Television, News, Uncategorized, Onetime


Monday TV Picks: Don Cheadle stars in new mash-up series ‘Black Monday’

The queen faces a tough decision on “Victoria on Masterpiece.”
Tags: Television, News, Entertainment, Don Cheadle


On ‘S.N.L.,’ a Game of ‘Deal or No Deal’ to End the Government Shutdown

The first new “Saturday Night Live” of 2019, hosted by Rachel Brosnahan, featured Alec Baldwin as President Trump and the welcome return of Pete Davidson.
Tags: Television, News, ALEC, Alec Baldwin, Trump, Baldwin, Davidson, Donald J, Rachel Brosnahan, Saturday Night Live (TV Program, National Broadcasting Co, Pete (1993-


‘This Giant Beast That is the Global Economy’ Trailer Features Doomsday Prep, Artificial Intelligence, and More

Kal Penn and director Adam McKay want to teach you about the global economy. That doesn’t sound very exciting at first, but just wait – the This Giant Beast That is the Global Economy trailer goes to great lengths to make all of this sexy, funny, and, well, kind of scary. And it’s educational, too. For instance: you’ll learn all about how we’ll turn into cannibals a mere two months after the global economy collapses. This Giant Beast That is the Global Economy Trailer This Giant Beast T...
Tags: Television, Movies, Labor, Obama, Documentary, Osama Bin Laden, Singapore, Los Angeles, Thailand, Prague, Global Economy, Moscow, Oxford University, Panama, Penn, Gary Vaynerchuk


7 new gay TV couples we’re already shipping

Here are seven gay male TV romances that have been fogging up our flatscreens recently.
Tags: TV, Television, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Bisexual, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Gay TV Characters, Gay TV Shows, Gay TV Series, Gay Television


Oodles of Classic Doctor Who Episodes Streaming Free Online This Month

A quick fyi: This month, Twitch is presenting a marathon streaming of classic Doctor Who episodes. Continuing through January 25th, they plan to broadcast "11 to 12 hours of new episodes per day (~27 episodes), repeating once so you can catch Doctor Who nearly 24 hours a day, every day..." Stream the episodes right above, or here on Twitch. Follow Open Culture on Facebook and   Twitter and  share intelligent media with your friends. Or better yet, sign up for our daily email and get a ...
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‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Reboot Coming to Netflix From ‘Stranger Things’ Producer

Unsolved Mysteries, the classic show in which Robert Stack told us all about serial killers, missing people, UFOs, and ghosts, is getting a reboot for Netflix. Shawn Levy, producer of Stranger Things, will oversee the Unsolved Mysteries reboot, which will once again focus on the unexplained and the mysterious. This could be very cool – but it just won’t be the same without Robert Stack. Deadline broke the news about the Unsolved Mysteries reboot, and I’m cautiously optimistic. I was a huge f...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Netflix, Levy, Unsolved Mysteries, Virginia Madsen, Stack, Shawn-Levy, Dennis Farina, David Harbour, Robert Stack, Robert Stack Deadline, Robert Stack Stack


‘The Punisher’ Showrunner Already Has An Idea For Season 3 [Interview]

The return of Marvel’s The Punisher comes at a precarious time for Marvel shows on Netflix. Along with Luke Cage and Iron Fist, Daredevil was recently cancelled after its third season, leading m any to wonder why Netflix is dropping them. It still remains unknown if these shows will continue on Disney+, but the Jon Bernthal-led series The Punisher is back with a second season on Netflix right now. Showrunner Steve Lightfoot spoke with /Film by phone about the new season earlier this w...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, Drama, Interviews, Disney, Netflix, Luke Cage, Frank, Amy, Jon Bernthal, Frank Castle, Robert Mitchum, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Netflix/Streaming Video


‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Is Back, and Stephanie Beatriz Is Making the Most of It

The sitcom’s new life has offered new opportunities for growth for both the actress and her enigmatic character, the no-nonsense detective Rosa Diaz.
Tags: Television, News, Stephanie, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Beatriz, Stephanie Beatriz, Actors and Actresses, National Broadcasting Co, Brooklyn Nine-Nine (TV Program


‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Returns — Midseason Debut Holds Strong

With Meredith and DeLuca trapped in an elevator, Teddy’s baby confession, and some complications with Maggie and Avery, season 15 of Grey’s Anatomy will likely be romance driven. This would be okay if any of those romances actually landed — and for me — they have not. Giacomo Gianniotti (DeLuca) is a welcome addition the … Continue reading "‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Returns — Midseason Debut Holds Strong" The post ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Returns — Midseason Debut Holds Strong appeared first on The Dishmaster.
Tags: Television, Religion, Avery, Maggie, Meredith, Grey, Grey's Anatomy, Deluca, Giacomo Gianniotti DeLuca


Netflix Reveals Users’ ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’ Choices and Teases More Interactive Entertainment

Netflix is notoriously stingy when it comes to releasing any information about its user base and their viewing habits – except, of course, when that data makes the company look good or its social media managers are allowed to have a bit of fun with its audience. Now the company has pulled back the veil of secrecy and offered a brief peek at some of the Black Mirror: Bandersnatch choices users made when watching the interactive movie. Read on to discover the numbers and a quote from chief conten...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, US, Netflix, Britain, Black Mirror, Ted Sarandos, Charlie Brooker, Stefan, UK Ireland, Netflix/Streaming Video, Sarandos, Kenya Barris, Shonda Rhimes Ryan Murphy, Bandersnatch


Wendy Williams to take health-related break from TV show

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Wendy Williams is taking an extended break from her TV talk show to deal with health issues related to her immune system disorder, her family said Friday. The family wrote in a statement that Williams has suffered complications from Graves’ disease in the past few days. Treatment is necessary and will […]
Tags: Television, News, Entertainment, Los Angeles, Ap, Nation, Williams, Wendy Williams


R. Kelly’s Manager Surrenders on Threat Charge

Henry James Mason was wanted on charges he threatened a father who accuses the R&B singer of holding his daughter captive.
Tags: Music, Television, News, Georgia, Kelly, R, Crime and Criminals, Atlanta (Ga, Documentary Films and Programs, Timothy Savage, Joycelyn Savage, Lifetime Television, Surviving R Kelly (TV Program, Henry James Mason


Money talks: UFC reaches ESPN with first fight of $1.5B deal

NEW YORK (AP) — Years before UFC was worth billions, Dana White used to plead his case with ESPN for air time. This was no negotiation for a big-money rights package — the UFC president simply wanted highlights on “SportsCenter.” “I was out there all the time,” White said of his trips to ESPN’s Connecticut […]
Tags: New York, Television, News, Entertainment, Sports, Nation, Connecticut, Ufc, Espn, White, Dana White


‘I Am the Night’ Review: Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine Reunite For Some Pulp Fiction

Hard-boiled dialogue. Trips to the morgue. Boozy floozies. Sharp-dressed men lurking in the shadows. Dames, death and danger. We’re knee-deep in the world of pulp and noir. This is a highway trafficked by Raymond Chandler and James Ellroy. Where the women are imperiled, the men are corrupt, and not even all the stars of Hollywood can cut through the darkness. Say hello to I Am the Night. The Wonder Woman team of director Patty Jenkins and actor Chris Pine re-team to tell this tantalizing tale, ...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, India, Los Angeles, Sharp, TNT, Connie Nielsen, Jay, Raymond Chandler, Chris, Pat, Chris-Pine, Pine, Jenkins, Mays


Technology near for real-time TV political fact checks

NEW YORK (AP) — A Duke University team expects to have a product available for election year that will allow television networks to offer real-time fact checks onscreen when a politician makes a questionable claim during a speech or debate. The mystery is whether any network will choose to use it. The response to President […]
Tags: New York, Television, News, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, Duke University


Books News: All Souls Trilogy: Harry Potter for Grown-Ups?

Deborah Harkness’s best-selling series — brimming with magic, time travel and witches — has spawned an avid fan base, an annual convention, and now, a splashy TV adaptation.
Tags: Television, News, Harry Potter, Deborah, Books and Literature, Harkness, SundanceTV, Writing and Writers, Deborah Harkness, A Discovery of Witches (TV Program, All Souls trilogy, A Discovery of Witches (Book, Shadow of Night (Book, The Book of Life (Book, Time's Convert (Book


Those Wild ‘Masked Singer’ Costumes? She Designed Them

Marina Toybina got her big break working on a Britney Spears music video. Now she’s behind the elaborate animal costumes on Fox’s hit show.
Tags: Costumes, Television, News, Masks, Fox, Britney Spears, Marina, Fox Broadcasting Co, Pop and Rock Music, Marina Toybina, The Masked Singer (TV Program, Toybina


Future Performs “Crushed Up” on ‘The Late Show’

Future’s new album The WIZRD is out now and available everywhere. Just hours before leading up to its release, the Freebandz star appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday (Jan. 18). Serving as musical guest, Future performed the song “Crushed Up.” Backed by a guitarist, huge graphics projected on two screens and a snowy stage setup, watch the performance below. The WIZRD features appearances by Travis Scott (“First Off”), Young Thug and Gunna (“Unicorn Purp”). Continue after...
Tags: Television, Stephen Colbert, Future, Jazz, Travis Scott, Performances, Gunna


Writer’s Room: The Most Anticipated New TV Shows of 2019, Part 1

On the January 17, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , senior writer Ben Pearson , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to decide the most anticipated new tv shows of 2019. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Play , Overcast , Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). Opening Banter: Brad g...
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Critically-Acclaimed ‘The Kominsky Method’ Gets Season 2 Renewal at Netflix

If you’ve been paying attention to the awards circuit over the past few months, you’ve probably noticed that one Netflix show keeps popping up again and again: The Kominsky Method, which stars Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin. The series hails from creator Chuck Lorre, the guy behind Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory, so naturally I ignored it when it premiered late last year. But the show has been slowly racking up awards and appearing on “best of” lists, and now Netflix has officially ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Netflix, Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild, Bill Hader, Michael-Douglas, Douglas, American Film Institute, Chuck Lorre, Alan-Arkin, Netflix/Streaming Video, Behind the Scenes Footage, Arkin


Review: ‘Brexit’ Offers an Unsubtle Preview of Coming Elections

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as the consultant who Sherlocked Britain into voting to leave the European Union, in a story with echoes of American politics.
Tags: Television, Benedict Cumberbatch, News, European Union, Graham, Cumberbatch, Richard, James, PAUL, Ryan, Haynes, Benedict, Toby, Goulding, Home Box Office, Brexit (TV Program


Jon Snow’s Crypt Statue Now Rests in a Very Hilarious Place in Real Life

Kit Harington has big plans for his character's stone likeness
Tags: TV, Television, News, Uncategorized, Game Of Thrones, Jon Snow, Kit Harington


‘Creepshow’ TV Series Adapting Stephen King’s Most Disturbing Story

As a horror fan, there’s not much that actually shocks or disturbs me. But there are exceptions. One of those exceptions is Stephen King‘s grisly short story Survivor Type, featured in his collection Skeleton Crew. It’s a queasy, nasty piece of work about a man shipwrecked on a desert island, forced to slowly eat his own body parts to survive. And now, it might be coming to TV. Director and special effects make-up artist Greg Nicotero is currently working on a new Creepshow TV series for Shudde...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Stephen-King, Pacific, King, Joe Hill, Greg Nicotero, Nicotero, KNB EFX Group, Richard Pine, Creepshow, Production Weekly


Netflix has no plans to cut ‘Bird Box’ scene despite outcry

NEW YORK (AP) — Netflix’s post-apocalyptic survival film “Bird Box” is drawing criticism for using footage of a real fiery train disaster but the streaming giant has no plans to remove it. The footage concerns a 2013 tragedy in the Quebec town of Lac-Megantic when an unattended train carrying crude oil rolled down an incline, […]
Tags: New York, Television, News, Entertainment, Ap, Netflix, Nation, Quebec, Lac Megantic


Les Moonves to challenge CBS severance denial

NEW YORK (AP) — Former CBS CEO Les Moonves is fighting the company’s decision to deny his $120 million severance package following his firing over sexual misconduct allegations. CBS announced the development in a filing Wednesday with the Security Exchange Commission. CBS said Moonves has demanded binding arbitration proceedings to challenge the decision. CBS’ board […]
Tags: Business, New York, Television, News, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, Cbs, Les Moonves, Moonves, Security Exchange Commission CBS


‘Happy!’ Season 2 Trailer: Syfy’s Offbeat Hitman Comedy is Back

Happy! is returning with its second season just in time to — as one of its characters says in the new trailer — make Easter great again. Syfy has set the season 2 premiere of the dark crime comedy starring Christopher Meloni as an alcoholic ex-cop with a cartoon imaginary friend (Patton Oswalt) for March 27, 2019. Learn more about the new season in the Happy season 2 trailer. Happy Season 2 Trailer Based on the offbeat comic of the same name, Happy! season 2 finds Meloni’s alcoholic ex-...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Syfy, Happy, Patton-Oswalt, NICK, Christopher Meloni, Brian Taylor, Action/Adventure, TV Trailer, Meloni, Sax, Bryce Lorenzo, Patrick Macmanus, Nick Sax


Streaming TV service Philo to launch a co-viewing feature for watching with friends

Following last year’s $40 million raise, low-cost streaming service Philo is preparing to further differentiate itself from rivals with the launch of a new feature that will allow viewers to watch shows together in real-time. With co-viewing, the company hopes to make a case for choosing Philo that goes beyond its affordability. Instead, the company hopes subscribers will pick Philo simply because it’s a better way to watch TV. It’s only been 14 months since Philo first introduced its take on...
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