“As you are all aware, there was another mass shooting today, this time in my hometown of Uvalde, Texas,” Matthew McConaughey wrote in a message posted to social media tonight. The Oscar winner spent the first 12 years of his life in Uvalde, which is about 80 miles west of San Antonio and where today 19 students and 2 […]

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The red carpet premiere for season two of Apple TV+’s Physical, set to take place on Tuesday night in Los Angeles, was canceled following news of the elementary school shooting in Texas earlier in the day. “Out of respect for today’s tragedy in Texas, tonight’s screening of Physical season two will be a private event with no press,” read a statement from Physical‘s […]

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The season finale of FBI has been pulled by CBS after the tragic school shooting in Texas. The episode titled “Prodigal Son” hits close to the news given that it involves the team preventing a school shooting. The official synopsis of the fourth-season finale written by showrunner Rick Eid and directed by Alex Chapple: As the team investigates a deadly […]

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American acting icon Christopher Lloyd is set to join Simon Pegg and Minnie Driver in the cast of a dark comedy called “Nandor Fodor and The Talking Mongoose,” TheWrap can reveal exclusively. “Nandor” comes from writer and director Adam Sigal (“Chariot”) and is filming now in Leeds in the United Kingdom, with Lloyd due to […]

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Kellyanne Conway, former senior counselor to President Donald Trump, described Jared Kushner as “shrewd and calculating” in her forthcoming book, and claimed that he knew “no matter how disastrous a personnel change or legislative attempt may be, he was unlikely to be held accountable for it.” According to a copy obtained by the Washington Post of her memoir, Here’s the Deal, which […]

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A woman has been removed from the Cannes red carpet after making a pro-Ukraine protest. The woman stripped off all of her clothes and fell to her knees screaming in front of the assembled photographers, according to eyewitnesses. Security guards were seen rushing over to her and covering her with a coat. The woman was wearing […]

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Saturday Night Live is set for its biggest change in a number of years. Deadline understands that a number of long-featured stars including Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, Kyle Mooney and Pete Davidson are expected to leave the show at the end of this season. It comes after creator Lorne Michaels admitted that he was expecting this year to be a […]

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Chad is leaving Studio 8H. Pete Davidson, who joined “Saturday Night Live” as a relative unknown and has become a superstar whose presence graces gossip pages daily, is expected to leave “Saturday Night Live” after the broadcast of this weekend’s season finale, according to a person familiar with the matter. He is one of a handful of […]

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“Barry” has been renewed for Season 4 at HBO, Variety has learned. The news comes after the Emmy-winning dark comedy series has aired just four episodes of its third season. Episodes of the show air on HBO and HBO Max on Sundays. Production on Season 4 will begin in June in Los Angeles, with series star and co-creator Bill […]

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Ari Melber ripped Tucker Carlson on Wednesday night after the Fox News host said he’s “not sure exactly what” great replacement theory is. On Tuesday, Carlson claimed not to know what the theory holds, despite previously airing multiple segments about it. Melber pointed out the conspiracy theory originated in Europe and says elites there are seeking to import immigrants from […]

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Tom Cruise still goes to the movies — “I put my cap on,” he said — and he wants audiences to keep going, too. Prior to Top Gun: Maverick making its Palais debut at the Cannes Film Festival,  Cruise sat down for what was billed as a “MasterClass Conversation” with French journalist Didier Allouch in the festival’s 1,000-seat Debussy Theatre, […]

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James Corden took to the stage at Carnegie Hall for his final Upfronts as he prepares to exit from The Late Late Show. He kicked off by joking that Paramount ad sales boss Jo Ann Ross promise to keep it to an hour “worked out well” as it overran. “Thank god, this isn’t a place that has to stick by a […]

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Johnny Depp repeatedly hit Amber Heard in the face during an argument at the couple’s penthouse in March 2015, Heard’s sister told a jury on Wednesday. The sister, Whitney Henriquez, was called to the stand to corroborate Heard’s allegations that Depp repeatedly assaulted her over the course of their four-year relationship. Heard is defending herself from a defamation suit […]

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Jimmy Kimmel roasted the broadcast and streaming television landscape at Disney’s annual upfront presentation Tuesday, powering through his monologue despite fighting off a case of COVID-19. Appearing at the event by remote, the late-night host delivered a searing stand-up routine during the company’s event to advertisers in which he mocked the traditional broadcast networks, including ABC, […]

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Paramount+ is going big for its Yellowstone prequel series, 1932. Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford have been tapped to star in the Yellowstone origin story from creator Taylor Sheridan. The series will stream exclusively on Paramount+ and debut at a date to be determined in December. Picked up straight to series in February, 1932 introduces a new generation of the Dutton family and will explore the […]

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Reba McEntire is returning to ABC. The Grammy winner has joined the cast of the Disney-backed broadcast network drama series Big Sky. The casting marks the singer and actress’ return to ABC, for whom she starred in the short-lived sitcom Malibu Country. McEntire is also well-known for her for former WB Network/CW comedy Reba, which ran for more than 125 episodes […]

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Mark Levin took a shot at Laura Ingraham on Friday over her opposition to Mehmet Oz in the U.S. Senate race in Pennsylvania. Levin, who hosts the Fox News talkshow Life, Liberty & Levin on Sundays, said on his radio program he doesn’t understand why Ingraham – whose time slot he substituted for her name – opposes Oz. The segment was flagged […]

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ABC has made its new series orders. The Disney-owned network has picked up Hilary Swank-fronted drama Alaska (fka Alaska Daily News), The Rookie spinoff The Rookie: Feds and comedy Not Dead Yet to series. It comes on a busy day for the network ahead of its Upfront presentation next week; it renewed Big Sky for a third season, A Million Little Things, for a fifth season, and comedies The Conners, for season […]

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ABC has passed on placing series orders for the “LA Law” sequel and Jo Koy comedy “Josep” after both pilots were reviewed by the network, Variety has learned. The Disney-owned broadcaster is interested in potentially redeveloping the Koy project in the future, but “LA Law” will not be moving forward. On Friday, ABC picked up dramas “Alaska” and […]

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The Walt Disney Company has managed to avoid Netflix’s struggles — and consequences of a culture war waged by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and other Republican elected officials — reporting an increase in Disney+ subscribers and doubled revenues for their theme parks division. Netflix saw their stock price tumble after announcing it had lost 200,000 subscribers in the first three months of 2022 […]

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The emperor of the universe has been found. Christopher Walken has nabbed the plum role of Emperor Shaddam IV in Dune: Part Two, the all-star continuation to Denis Villeneuve’s Oscar-winning adaptation of the Frank Herbert science fiction classic. Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson and Javier Bardem, among others, are returning for the Legendary feature, with Florence Pugh and Austin Butler among the newcomers. […]

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CBS has ordered three new drama shows for the 2022-2023 broadcast season. According to sources, the network has decided not to move forward with any of its four comedy pilots. The network has picked up the police drama “East New York,” the firefighter drama “Fire Country” (formerly known as “Cal Fire”), and legal drama “So Help […]

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The cancellations have begun at CBS. Chuck Lorre’s sophomore comedy United States of Al has been canceled. The comedy, which hailed from The Big Bang Theory alums Lorre, Da ve Goetsch and Maria Ferrari hailed from Warner Bros. Television, where prolific writer-creator Lorre has been based with an overall deal. Lorre has four shows at CBS, with United States of Al, […]

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Manhunt — not to be confused with the Discovery/Spectrum Originals anthology series of the same name  — is described as a true crime series that delves into the shocking events and aftermath of Lincoln’s assassination in 1865. It’s based on James Swanson’s book Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln’s Killer. Menzies (The Crown) stars as Edwin Stanton, […]

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The Late Show is hitting pause again, while host Stephen Colbert deals with what may be a “recurrence” of COVID-19. The official Twitter account for the CBS show tweeted on Monday: “Stephen is experiencing symptoms consistent with a recurrence of COVID. Out of an abundance of caution for his staff, guests, and audience, he will be isolating for a […]

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