Category: TV
Paul Feig To Direct New Film Based On Hit Netflix Show
Paul Feig To Direct New Film Based On Hit Netflix Show

If you’re a fan of true-crime and Netflix, you’ve probably gone down the “Worst Roommate Ever” rabbit hole. If so, you will be jazzed by the idea that Jason Blum and Blumhouse are bringing the Netflix series to life on…

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Stephen Curry & Adam Pally Star As Buddies In New Peacock Comedy Series
Stephen Curry & Adam Pally Star As Buddies In New Peacock Comedy Series

It’s always a bit of a crapshoot when we see professional athletes try to act. Sometimes it works out decently enough. But most of the time, it seems to be pretty terrible. Peacock is hoping for the former with the…

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HBO’s Popular Drama Adds Kit Harington To The Mix
HBO’s Popular Drama Adds Kit Harington To The Mix

With the end of “Succession” last year, HBO has a big void. Someone must fill the hole with a series focusing on money and wealth, right? Luckily, HBO already has a perfect successor for “Succession” waiting in the wings—the excellent…

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New Vince Vaughn Crime Comedy Series From A ‘Ted Lasso’ Creator Arrives August 14
New Vince Vaughn Crime Comedy Series From A ‘Ted Lasso’ Creator Arrives August 14

While Vince Vaughn hasn’t disappeared, he has arguably been away from the spotlight for a number of years. Producing and starring in films nowhere near as popular as his early comedies “Wedding Crashers,” “Dodgeball,” and “The Break-Up.” His dramatic portrayal…

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‘I’m Quite Protective Over It’
‘I’m Quite Protective Over It’

Jodie Whittaker, otherwise known as the first female lead in the storied history of the decades-long show, Doctor Who,has been reflecting on the contentious finale of her iteration of the iconic character. As the Thirteenth Doctor, her tenure was glorious,…

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‘The Penguin’ Showrunner Calls Series “A Scarface Story” & A “Bridge” Between ‘Batman’ Films
‘The Penguin’ Showrunner Calls Series “A Scarface Story” & A “Bridge” Between ‘Batman’ Films

The extended break between “The Batman” and its sequel (now expected in 2026) has created a bit of a void for fans. Luckily, Warner Bros. is here with “The Penguin.” And according to the showrunner of the series, “The Penguin”…

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Kevin Hart, Samuel L. Jackson & More Star In Peacock’s Limited Series
Kevin Hart, Samuel L. Jackson & More Star In Peacock’s Limited Series

Even though Peacock doesn’t necessarily have the most subscribers, the streaming service does have two things— “The Office” and star-studded limited series. While the former is still a powerhouse on streaming, it’s the latter we’re talking about now, with the…

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Fallout Could Be Expanding With Amazon Spinoffs
Fallout Could Be Expanding With Amazon Spinoffs

Exciting news for fans of Fallout, the critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama that premiered on Prime Video earlier this year: The dust from its explosive first season has only now started to settle and Amazon has revealed that not only…

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Apple TV+’s Acclaimed Sweeping Korean Drama Returns August 23
Apple TV+’s Acclaimed Sweeping Korean Drama Returns August 23

Based on The New York Times bestselling novel of the same name, the critically acclaimed “Pachinko” is back for a second season via Apple TV on August 23. Created by executive producer, showrunner, and lead writer Soo Hugh, “Pachinko,” if you’re unfamiliar…

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Kevin Feige Confirms TV Show In The Works But Still “Three Or Four Years Out”
Kevin Feige Confirms TV Show In The Works But Still “Three Or Four Years Out”

We are mere days away from Marvel Studios taking over San Diego Comic-Con. And it’s expected that the studio will make some big announcements at the event. But before we get to Saturday, it appears Kevin Feige is willing to…

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Emily Has To Follow Her Heart In Netflix’s Comedy
Emily Has To Follow Her Heart In Netflix’s Comedy

In the new season of “Emily in Paris,” the title character is still in Paris. Shocking, I know. But the real drama is that she’s being pulled in two different directions and has no idea what to do. READ MORE:…

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Daisy Edgar-Jones Is Open to a Normal People Sequel
Daisy Edgar-Jones Is Open to a Normal People Sequel

Summary Daisy Edgar-Jones is open to returning to Normal People with Paul Mescal, praising Sally Rooney's stories. Despite a busy schedule, Edgar-Jones expresses love for her character and interest in exploring more. Edgar-Jones also talked about her new film, Twisters,…

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