HBO Max has found the mothers for the latest generation of group of little liars. Lea Salonga (Yellow Rose), Sharon Leal (Dream Girls), and Elena Goode (Straight Outta Compton) are set as series regulars and Carly Pope (Demonic) and Zakiya Young (Orange is the New Black) join the Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin cast as recurring. They will appear opposite stars Chandler Kinney, Maia Reficco, Bailee Madison, Zaria, Malia Pyles, Alex Aiono, Mallory Bechtel and Eric Johnson. Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin is a present-day iteration of the popular 2010-17 series from Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa; Lindsay Calhoon Bring; Alloy Entertainment; and Warner...
Well, there's definitely one thing we can say about Nick Tarabay's Eclipso. He knows how to make one helluva' entrance. He absorbs Cindy (Meg DeLacy), absorbs Isaa, knocks Rick (Cameron Gellman) out of commission, shuts own Courtney's (Brec Bassinger) cosmic staff, and forces The Shade (Jonathan Cake) and Artemis (Stella Smith) to flee to higher (translation: safer) ground. And that was just his "Hello." This week, "Summer School: Chapter Seven" finds Yolanda (Yvette Monreal) still haunted by Brainwave's (Christopher James Baker) death and making a game-changing decision. Unfortunately, that sounds very much like the kind of situation that would get Eclipso's attention. Here's a look at the preview images, episode overview, and promo for this week's chapter of The CW's DC's Stargirl.
Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso, which scored 20 nominations this year in a record showing for a first-year show, capped a strong night Sunday at the Primetime Emmys by winning the Outstanding Comedy Series trophy. 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards: Deadline’s Full Coverage The victory gave the series created by Jason Sudeikis, Joe Kelly, Brendan Hunt and Bill Laurence seven Emmys overall this year, including a trio of acting nods tonight: Sudeikis for Lead Actor, Hannah Waddingham for Supporting Actress and Brett Goldstein for Supporting Actor. The show’s at the Emmys this year also made Apple TV+ the first streaming service to land a...
Well, this was a pleasant surprise for fans of James Gunn and John Cena's Peacemaker. With HBO Max's "The Suicide Squad" spinoff series set to have a major role at next month's DC FanDome ahead of its January 2022 premiere, viewers got an early look at what they can expect during Sunday night's Emmy Awards broadcast when HBO Max included footage from the series in their overall "Coming Soon" trailer- and we start things off with screencaps of what the streamer had to offer:
The revival of 1987 cult classic vampire feature The Lost Boys continues. After the CW opted that Rob Thomas’ pilot was a no-go, Warner Bros. is prepping a new take with screenwriter Randy McKinnon and Jonathan Entwistle directing, Deadline has confirmed. A Quiet Place franchise actor Noah Jupe will star alongside It actor Jaeden Martell. Automatik’s Brian Kavanaugh-Jones and Fred Berger are producing. Zac Frognowski and Josh Glick are EPs. The original movie, which was billed as a comedy horror, and grossed over $32M at the domestic B.O., follows two brothers, who after moving to a new town, discover that it’s occupied by vampires. Hollywood Reporter first had the...
BET, a unit of ViacomCBS has launched BET Studios, a studio venture that offers equity ownership for Black content creators. Propelled by the infrastructure and financing of BET and ViacomCBS, BET Studios will create premium television series and films for an array of internal buyers, including Paramount+, Showtime, CBS, Nickelodeon, BET+ and BET, in addition to select third-party platforms that seek best-in-class content from both leading and rising Black creatives.
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“Ted Lasso” star Jason Sudeikis has reportedly scored a $1 million-per-episode deal with Apple to renew the feel-good hit for a third season. That’s up from between $250,000 and $300,000 per episode during the first two seasons of the Apple TV+ show, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The outlet noted...
"Ted Lasso" spent the past two years capturing hearts (and occasionally breaking them), quickly becoming one of the most popular series on Apple TV+. So as audiences tearfully approach the season 2 finale, Lasso fans are probably wondering what comes next. Well good news, season 3 has been confirmed for over a year now — and even better, the creative team behind the show is getting a serious pay raise for all their hard work.
Apple is reportedly paying ‘Ted Lasso’ star Jason Sudeikis $1 million per episode starting next season
Apple will pay “Ted Lasso” star Jason Sudeikis $1 million per episode starting next season, sources told THR. The deal is a major pay bump from Sudeikis’ season one and two rates of $250,000-$300,000 per episode. Apple said the season two premiere had the largest audience of any original production...
CW’s sci-fi drama Roswell, New Mexico is over midway by season 3, so will there be season 4? Right here’s all the things we all know, together with the brand new forged and attainable launch date. Starring Jeanine Mason, Nathan Parsons and Michael Vlamis, The CW’s Roswell, New Mexico is...
In our earlier preview for The CW's DC's Stargirl, we went over how Cindy (Meg DeLacy) was done with recruiting (for now, but keep an eye on Trae Romano's Mike) and was ready to lead her ISA in a major showdown with Courtney (Brec Bassinger) and her JSA. Part of the reason for that confidence comes from Cindy having the backing (for now?) of that dangerous black diamond otherwise known as Eclipso- which means this ISA means deadly-serious business. One individual who understands that the most is Jonathan Cake's The Shade, who steps in long enough to save our heroes from a trip to the Shadowlands in the following preview released earlier today.
Welcome back to our weekly look at the second season of The CW's DC's Stargirl, and from what we can tell from the preview images, episode overview, and promo for "Summer School: Chapter Six"? Cindy (Meg DeLacy) is done with the recruiting (for now, but keep an eye on Trae Romano's Mike). Now it's time to take her ISA right at Courtney (Brec Bassinger) and her JSA. Oh, and in case there was any doubt? With an Eclipso-fueled Cindy in charge, this ISA means deadly-serious business.