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HBO Max is bringing us back to the Land of Ooo: Just over a year after “Adventure Time” came to an end on Cartoon Network, WarnerMedia’s forthcoming streaming service has ordered four new, hour-long specials featuring Jake, Finn and the gang.Collectively dubbed “Adventure Time: Distant Lands,” the quartet of specials “will continue the ‘Adventure Time’ stories that captured imaginations and introduced unlikely heroes Finn and Jake, best buds who traversed the mystical Land of Ooo and encountered its colorful inhabitants,” according to HBO Max.The first two installments, “BMO” and “Obsidian,” will debut on the streaming service in 2020, though no specific date has been given, as the service itself doesn’t have a launch date yet (or price). The other two specials, “Wizard City” and “Together Again,” will premiere at a later date.Also Read: 29 Most Iconic TV Witches, From Samantha Stephens to Sabrina Spellman (Photos)Here are the descriptions for each special:*”BMO” follows the lovable little robot from “Adventure Time.” When there’s a deadly space emergency in the farthest reaches of the galaxy, there’s only one hero to call, and it’s probably not BMO. Except that this time it is!*”Obsidian” features Marceline & Princess Bubblegum as they journey to the imposing, beautiful Glass Kingdom–and deep into their tumultuous past–to prevent an earthshaking catastrophe.*”Wizard City” follows Peppermint Butler, starting over at the beginning, as just another inexperienced Wizard School student. When mysterious events at the campus cast suspicion on Pep, and his checkered past, can he master the mystic arts in time to prove his innocence?*”Together Again” brings Finn and Jake together again, to rediscover their brotherly bond and embark on the most important adventure of their lives.Also Read: 17 New Fall TV Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers: From 'Batwoman' to 'Prodigal Son' (Photos)Created by Pendleton Ward and executive produced by Adam Muto, “Adventure Time” ran for 10 seasons and 283 episodes on Cartoon Network, from 2010-2018. “Adventure Time: Distant Lands” will be produced by Cartoon Network Studios.“The enchanted world of ‘Adventure Time’ has mesmerized viewers and critics alike as Finn and Jake right wrongs and battle evil,” Sarah Aubrey, head of original content at HBO Max, said. “The addition of these specials to the HBO Max kids and family programming lineup is sure to make kids everywhere say ‘Slam-bam-in-a-can!'”“‘Adventure Time’ was a groundbreaking series and a creative playground for so many talented creative artists,” Rob Sorcher, chief content officer at Cartoon Network Studios, added. “Producing ‘Adventure Time: Distant Lands’ for HBO Max will allow our studio to explore this beloved world in an all-new format.”Read original story New Adventures for ‘Adventure Time': HBO Max Orders 4 New Specials of Series That Ended in 2018 At TheWrap
"The Talk" co-host debuted her latest facelift last month, but in a new interview on the Kelly Clarkson Show, she said going under the knife hasn’t come without hiccups.
Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs made “Charmed” fans’ dreams come true when they guest starred as two sisters on an episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” earlier this month. The special “Cast From the Past Week” installment of the popular ABC medical drama reignited the reunion conversation among those viewers longing for the Power of Three to set them free.And Milano isn’t shooting down the possibility.“I mean, Holly and I talk about ‘Charmed’ movies a lot, you know,” the “Insatiable” star told Access Daily hosts Mario Lopez and Kit Hoover. “Because they have the new ‘Charmed,’ which is on The CW, and it’s a very different storyline…”Also Read: 'Insatiable' Creator on Patty and Bob's Killer Season 2 Finale Revelations, Plans for Season 3Here’s where Hoover interjects to say The CW’s reboot, which is currently in its second season and produced by CBS TV Studios (the studio with the rights to “Charmed”), is “not the same” and Milano agrees: “It’s a different show and it felt like they were trying to capitalize off the name but not continuing on the storyline or the legacy. So it was tough.”“But we have been talking about maybe doing some films for Netflix,” she added. “And so I think that would be really fun and I think it’s a great way to celebrate our fans that have stuck with us for such a long time but still give it new blood.”Representatives for Netflix and CBS TV Studios did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.Also Read: 29 Most Iconic TV Witches, From Samantha Stephens to Sabrina Spellman (Photos)Alyssa says that when she reunited with Holly for the “Grey’s” episode they “did not miss a beat.”“It was like we were at work yesterday doing ‘Charmed,'” she said.In reality, it’s been 12 years since we said goodbye to the series, which ran for eight seasons from 1998-2006 on The WB and later The CW. Milano and Combs starred on the magical drama as sisters Phoebe and Piper Halliwell, with Shannen Doherty playing their eldest sister, Prue, on Seasons 1-3 and Rose McGowan taking over as the third lead in Season 4, cast in the role of Paige, their half-sister.Also Read: ABC's 'Cast From the Past Week' to Reunite Stars of 'Cheers,' 'Charmed,' 'The Drew Carey Show'“We had so much fun,” Milano says, looking back on “Charmed.” “I mean, you don’t take yourself too seriously on that show because we were battling demons every day in ridiculous costumes, you know what I mean?”Watch the interview above.Read original story Alyssa Milano Says She’s Talking With Holly Marie Combs About Making ‘Charmed’ Movies for Netflix (Video) At TheWrap
Sean Duffy and Charlie Dent are both former Republican congressmen, but on Wednesday’s “New Day,” the two men showed CNN’s audience that’s where their similarities end. Dent condemned presidential brown-nosing, but used particularly warlike terms to do it.“People ask me, ‘Why do I push back against this administration and the president?'” Dent said during a heated discussion of whether new testimony from former Ukrainian ambassador Bill Taylor proves President Trump was seeking a quid pro quo. “Because my nose is not a heat-seeking missile for the president’s backside.”Also Read: Colbert on Latest Trump Impeachment Inquiry Drama: 'We Just Learned... He's Just Awful' (Video)He continued, “This is wrong. You cannot use official resources of the government to investigate your political opponent, even without the quid pro quo. I was the chairman of the Ethics Committee; if a member of Congress had done anything like this, they would have been investigated. They would have been referred to the Department of Justice. End of story.”Also Read: Hillary Clinton Says Trump's Ukraine Phone Call Indicates an Effort to 'Extort' the President of Ukraine (Video)Tuesday, Taylor testified he was told American military aid to Ukraine was dependent on the country publicly announcing an investigation into the family of former vice president and the 2016 election. Trump is currently facing an impeachment inquiry over a phone call he had with the Ukrainian president.Duffy said Taylor’s comments were “leaked out,” but anchor John Berman pointed out they actually came from the diplomat’s opening statement. Duffy then maintained that there could be no quid pro quo if the Ukrainians didn’t know Trump was “taking something away from them.”Also Read: Nancy Pelosi Announces Impeachment Inquiry Into Donald Trump“Donald Trump doesn’t have that because the Ukrainians never knew anything was being taken away,” he said.“The Ukrainians clearly understood the pressure they were under,” Dent responded before making the “heat-seeking missile” comment, which has already gone viral on Twitter.Here’s the moment, courtesy of CNN producer Alli Hedges:“People ask me why I push back against this administration and the president. Because my nose is not a heat-seeking missile for the president’s backside. People have to stand up and say… this is wrong.” – Fmr GOP Congressman Charlie Dent on @NewDay pic.twitter.com/SmhOZriC2u– Alli Hedges (@AllisonLHedges) October 23, 2019Read original story Former GOP Reps Charlie Dent and Sean Duffy in CNN Face-Off: ‘My Nose Is Not a Heat-Seeking Missile for the President’s Backside’ At TheWrap
Michael recently graduated from NYU, where Ripa and Mark Consuelos' daughter, Lola, just started.
Following Trump's lead, Sean Hannity took shots at Mitt Romney over the Senator's criticism of the president.
The actress joined Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday's 'Tonight Show' for an embarrassing stroll down memory lane.
Appearing on "Late Night With Seth Meyers," Hargitay teleported down memory lane to revisit that time she almost starred in 1995’s "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie."