The cast of the Netflix film also discusses the need to create more opportunities for gay actors. "A gay person should be up for the role of Superman without having to make him gay."
Peacock’s “Saved by the Bell” revival finally has a premiere date, so save this note in your trapper keepers: The new version of the ’90s cult classic premieres on NBCUniversal’s streaming service Nov. 25 — just in time for Thanksgiving.To celebrate the announcement, Peacock put together a fun teaser with a literal peacock walking the halls of (we assume) Bayside High. Watch it at the top of the page right now.In the show, which stars original series mainstays Elizabeth Berkley Lauren and Mario Lopez reprising their roles of Jessie Spano and A.C. Slater, California Governor Zack Morris gets into hot water for closing too many underfunded high schools and proposes they send the affected students to the most well-funded schools in the state — including Bayside High. The influx of new students gives the privileged Bayside kids (who never have a problem that can’t be solved in 22 minutes) a much-needed dose of reality.Also Read: 'Father of the Bride' Cast to Reunite for 'Mini-Sequel' Special at Netflix - Watch the Trailer (Video)The new generation of kids at Bayside High include the “handsome, charming, privileged” Mac and Jessie’s “sensitive man-child” son Jamie (Belmont Cameli), as well as Lexi (Josie Totah), “the most popular girl at Bayside High who is both admired and feared by her fellow students”; Daisy (Haskiri Velazquez), “a smart, ambitious sophomore who is excited at the prospect of attending Bayside High after her local school gets shut down”; and Aisha (Alycia Pascual-Pena), “Daisy’s fun-loving, but ultra-competitive best friend. She grew up playing on boys’ sports teams and causes a stir when she tries to play football at Bayside.”“Pitch Perfect” alum John Michael Higgins will play Principle Toddman, the successor to Bayside High School Principal Richard Belding, played by Dennis Haskins in the original series.The revival hails from Universal Television and will be written and executive produced by Tracey Wigfield. Peter Engel and Franco Bario, alums of the original “Saved by the Bell” and its spinoffs, will also serve as executive producers.Read original story ‘Saved By the Bell’ Revival Series Gets Thanksgiving Premiere on Peacock (Video) At TheWrap
The actor revealed that he and husband Todd Spiewak thought they just had colds, until they completely lost their taste and smell.
Kamala Harris questioned whether Trump owes money to anyone who would be impacted by his decisions after Trump’s massive debt was reported.
‘Tiger King’ star Carole Baskin performed her finale feline-themed dance on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ Monday night.
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Nicole Kidman shares memories from the making of 1995's "To Die For."
Sunday not only marked the premiere of Season 32 of "The Simpsons." but it also marked the beginning of Alex Désert as the voice of Carl Carlson.
John Oliver gave viewers a couple of free minutes to fill out the 2020 census by making the end of his show unwatchable.
"I was very nervous," the actress confesses. "I came into that in their final year, which is really hard to do. The girls are really set in their ways, and I was the new girl."
Elizabeth Warren railed against Trump for his remarks about skirting the election, and Republicans for enabling his actions.
After Trump refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election, Hayes had a dire warning for the American people.
“For an art form that has not been in the mainstream ever to have a chance to win 'America's Got Talent' is bigger than anything," declared the newly crowned winner.
“You are rap royalty. There will never be another artist like you. Thank you for being on our show,” gushed judge Nicole Scherzinger.
Hulu released the first full trailer for its Marvel TV drama, “Helstrom,” which features what has to be the worst family reunion.The series will debut all episodes on Oct. 16. You can watch the video above.“Helstrom” is based on the Marvel comic “Hellstrom,” which centered on Damion Helstrom, aka the Son of Satan. In Hulu’s version, Daimon and Ana (who goes by Satana in the comic) Helstrom are the son and daughter of a mysterious and powerful serial killer. The siblings have a complicated dynamic as they track down the terrorizing worst of humanity — each with their attitude and skills.“Homeland” alum Elizabeth Marvel will star as their mother, Victoria, who has been institutionalized for the last 20 years. The series also stars Ariana Guerra, Robert Wisdom, June Carryl and Alain Uy.Also Read: 'WandaVision': Watch the Trippy First Trailer for Marvel's Disney+ Series (Video)“Helstrom” was ordered to series last year along with “Ghost Rider,” which was set to see Gabriel Luna reprise his role from “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” However, the series was shelved following creative differences and a larger corporate shift. In October, Marvel TV was moved under Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige, who was named chief creative officer across all of Marvel. Since then, Jeph Loeb stepped down as head of Marvel TV and all future development was shuttered.“Helstrom” is one of the last remaining productions from Loeb’s team.Read original story ‘Helstrom’ Trailer Proves That ‘Every Family Has Their Demons’ (Video) At TheWrap
Expect Mike Flanagan's "Hill House" anthology sequel to be one of Netflix's biggest television hits this Halloween season.
Whatever happens on Wednesday’s finale, Alan has already won at life — even if there was time when he thought he'd never find true happiness.
'Tiger King' celebrity Carole Baskin broke down in a rare display of emotions on Tuesday's 'Dancing With the Stars.'
"Fast and Furious" star Michelle Rodriguez reveals where she draws the line when it comes to doing her own stunts while celebrating the work of Hollywood stuntwomen in new documentary.