Twitter reacts to CNN turning their Democratic debate selection process into a live television event called The Draw
CBS and "Big Brother" are still getting heat over racism and, after Thursday night's first real eviction, the viewers doubled down.
Talk show host Wendy Williams threw some shade at reality star Aubrey O'Day, accusing her of having plastic surgery. Williams' comments came after O'Day publicly dissed Sean "Diddy" Combs and his show "Making the Band."
NBC is bringing together two of its biggest stars in Ted Danson and Tina Fey for a new comedy. The network has issued a straight to series order for a comedy in which will star Danson as a wealthy businessman who runs for mayor of Los Angeles for all the wrong reasons. Once Danson's character […]
USA Network is in early development on a revival of "Nash Bridges," Variety has confirmed. Original series star Don Johnson has signed on to star in the series, reprising the title role he played for six seasons when the show originally ran on CBS. Carlton Cuse, who created the original show, is not attached as he […]
While the creators of "Gossip Girl" are tied to the project, the new release will feature a brand-new cast, and fans are not happy.
Sally Field, Linda Ronstadt, "Sesame Street," conductor Michael Tilson Thomas and R&B veterans Earth, Wind and Fire have been selected as the 2019 Kennedy Center Honorees. The kudos will be handed out Dec. 8 at the Kennedy Center Opera House in Washington, D.C. The award to "Sesame Street" marks the first time the prestigious laurel […]
“Call Me By Your Name” director Luca Guadagnino unveiled the cast of his upcoming HBO drama series “We Are Who We Are” on Wednesday.Chloe Sevigny will star in the eight-episode series alongside Jack Dylan Grazer, Alice Braga, Jordan Kristine Seamon, Kid Cudi, Faith Alabi, Spence Moore II, Francesca Scorsese, Ben Taylor, Corey Knight, Tom Mercier and Sebastiano Pigazzi.Described as a coming-of-age story, the project centers on two American teenagers who, along with their parents, are living on an American military base in Italy. According to HBO, the series explores themes of “friendship, first love and all the unknowns of being a teenager, which could happen anywhere, but in this case, happens to be in this little slice of America in Italy.”Also Read: HBO Tops Netflix to Regain Emmy Crown With 137 NominationsGuadagnino, who is making his first foray into television with the HBO-Sky production, will serve as showrunner, writer and director on the series. Lorenzo Mieli and Mario Gianani serve as producers on the project for the Italian production company Wildside, which also produced “The Young Pope” for HBO.Production is set to begin on the series later this month.Paolo Giordano and Francesca Manieri are writers alongside Guadagnino, and Nick Hall, Sean Conway, Riccardo Neri and Francesco Melzi d’Eril also executive produce.Read original story Chloe Sevigny to Star in Luca Guadagnino’s HBO Drama ‘We Are Who We Are’ At TheWrap
“Game of Thrones” actors Gwendoline Christie, Alfie Allen and Carice Van Houten each had to submit themselves for Emmy nominations, as HBO and the show producers did not, a person with knowledge of the process told TheWrap.Christie plays Brienne of Tarth, Allen plays Theon Greyjoy and Van Houten plays Melisandre.“GoT” has roughly 30 series regulars, which is a lot, even for an ensemble cast. Why not just submit them all? Well, it’s not the submission fee, which is like $225 — it’s strategy. Networks and shows worry that multiple submissions in the same category will essentially “cancel out” their candidates.Also Read: 15 Emmy Records That Were Broken by the 2019 Nominations, From 'Game of Thrones' to Ted DansonIt is not unusual for a personal rep to submit their client for awards consideration if the producers and network do not — what is rare is the success rate here.In case you were wondering, yes, HBO will pay for Christine, Allen and Van Houten to attend the Emmys, the same as any other nominee.“Game of Thrones” drew a record 32 nominations on Tuesday, breaking “NYPD Blue’s” 25-year record for the most nominations for a single season. Overall, the HBO fantasy series has 161 nominations, the most for any series in Emmy history.A year after seeing its 17-year streak as the most-nominated network end in 2018, HBO moved back into the top spot this year, bagging 137 nominations.Read original story ‘Game of Thrones’ Actors Gwendoline Christie, Alfie Allen and Carice Van Houten Submitted Themselves for Emmys At TheWrap
Kamala Harris calls Donald Trump a "predator" following his North Carolina rally, which spawned a racist "send her back" chant.
Wearing Peggy's signature leopard top and hairstyle, the contestant had viewers tweeting things like, "Peg Bundy is alive and well, currently the leader on 'Press Your Luck.'”
Yahoo Entertainment is exclusively debuting two Afternoon Tea recipes from this tome, which illustrate the kinds of goodies available in the manor... as well as the divide between what’s consumed by Downton’s staff versus the family they serve.
"The View" co-host, Meghan McCain, slammed Kellyanne Conway for her recent questions about a reporter's ethnic background during a press conference, and criticized her husband for not speaking out against his wife.
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"MasterChef Junior" will return for an eighth season with new judge Daphne Oz. Oz will replace Christina Tosi on the judges' panel, joining chefs Gordon Ramsay and Aaron Sanchez to crown the next winner in the new season. In the upcoming season, the young contestants will cook up meals at locations including a renaissance fair […]
Tan France talks about the new season of "Queer Eye," his new shows "Dressing Funny" and "Next in Fashion," plus his work in Taylor Swift's "You Need to Calm Down" video.
A new “Gossip Girl” is coming to HBO Max, with the upcoming streaming service handing out a straight-to-series order.Josh Schwartz, who developed The CW series, and Stephanie Savage are both returning as executive producers, along with Joshua Safran, who will write the script. “Gossip Girl” was based on the book series by Cecily von Ziegesar.The sequel, which will be 10 episodes, will take place eight years after the events of original series, which starred Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Penn Badgley, Chace Crawford and Ed Westwick. The new “Gossip Girl” will be a completely new story set in the same world.Also Read: WarnerMedia Names New Streaming Service HBO Max, Nabs Exclusive Rights for 'Friends'Here is the description from HBO Max: Eight years after the original website went dark, a new generation of New York private school teens are introduced to the social surveillance of Gossip Girl. The prestige series will address just how much social media — and the landscape of New York itself — has changed in the intervening years.“Gossip Girl” aired for six seasons between 2007 and 2012 and was one of the first original series for The CW.Like the original show, the sequel is from Fake Empire and Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios. Leslie Morgenstein and Gina Girolamo of Alloy Entertainment will serve as executive producers, with Lis Rowinski of Fake Empire as co-executive producer.HBO Max will launch in the spring of 2020.Read original story ‘Gossip Girl’ Sequel From Original Creators Set at HBO Max At TheWrap