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Trailer Premiere: Naomi Watts and Bobby Cannavale Move Into a House of Horrors in Netflix's The Watcher
For anyone who read the 2018 article "The Watcher" in New York Magazine, the prospect of a filmed TV series based on the unsettling series of events depicted therein likely sends a chill down your spine. The true story of Derek and Maria Broaddus, who bought their dream home in Westfield, New Jersey, only to begin receiving a series of ominous and threatening notes from someone called The Watcher, is the stuff of classic American horror stories, so of course it's Ryan Murphy who's come to adapt the series into a star-studded tale of terror.
Evan Peters and Ryan Murphy are putting their heads together for a real horror story. The trailer for Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story sees Peters step into the shoes of the notorious real-life serial killer, who murdered 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991. Primarily told from the perspective of Dahmer's victims, the 10-episode limited series is set between the 1960s and early 1990s.
Ramy is finally back for more. More than two years have passed since Ramy's second season premiered on Hulu, and now the Golden Globe-winning star and the rest of the cast are returning for Season 3. In a trailer released today, creator/star Ramy Youssef continues his journey of life, love, and a crisis of faith in New Jersey.
Gather 'round the campfire, folks. Mike Flanagan has another ghost story up his sleeve. The mind behind The Haunting of Hill House and Midnight Mass is back with another Netflix horror series, this time with a teenage twist. The Midnight Club, based on Christopher Pike's 1994 novel, tells the story of a group of terminal teens residing at Brightcliffe Hospice.
Bling Empire is back with drama to spare — and a special guest is joining this time around. In the new trailer for Netflix's hit reality show, LA's most fabulous are joined by none other than Chrishell Stause, Selling Sunset's secret weapon. Stause gets friendly with cast member Kane Lim, and the two laugh and embrace as drama ramps up elsewhere.
Paris Hilton is offering $10,000 to anyone who can find or has information about her missing Chihuahua, Diamond Baby
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King Charles III Will Give Archie & Lilibet Children Royal Titles IF Prince Harry Ditches His $20 Million Tell-All
King Charles III hasn't shut down the idea of giving Prince Harry's children royal highness status, but he wants something in return. RadarOnline.com has learned Britain's 73-year-old monarch is willing to bestow Harry and Meghan Markle's kids — son Archie, 3, and daughter, Lilibet, 1 — with prince and princess titles but only if he knows he can "trust" the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Jimmy Kimmel knows his "dumb comedy bit" at the Emmys was a mistake. During Abbott Elementary creator and star Quinta Brunson's appearance Wednesday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the host apologized for distracting from her big moment. Kimmel began their chat by explaining what happened at the ceremony, showing the now-viral clip of Brunson's win (and the extended bit that saw Kimmel remain on stage fake passed-out during her acceptance speech).
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Chippendales is getting the drama treatment. In the first teaser for Hulu limited series Welcome to Chippendales, Kumail Nanjiani stars as Somen "Steve" Banerjee, an Indian immigrant who becomes the unlikely founder of the iconic male revue show. The road to the successful stripping empire is not an easy one, however, and Banerjee is willing to do whatever it takes to achieve his dreams.
New singles are headed to the pods. In a new teaser, Netflix dating show Love is Blind's third season hints at the drama (and romance) to come. "Boyfriend season is over!" proclaims one contestant, while another says she's "not for everybody" but hopes she "will be for him". The hit series will once again dare contestants to fall in love without seeing each other until one of them is bold enough to pop the question.
Hulu is getting into the reality dating show game. Taye Diggs is set to host Back in the Groove, a series that will follow three women in their 40s who check into the Dominican Republic's Groove Hotel in an attempt to rediscover their youth, joy, and desire. The object of that desire? Men half their age.
[Ed. note: This post contains light spoilers for the end of Do Revenge.]. Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” may have become a summer theme song for Netflix, but its renewed attention is something of a marvel, as the streamer doesn’t have a great track record when it comes to pop songs. A quick scroll through Twitter or TikTok yields hundreds of posts mocking the Selling Sunset-ification of Netflix soundtracks, which are filled with up-tempo tunes that sound like #girlboss Mad Libs. If you’re looking for thoughtful, coherent lyrics, “It takes a thang like you / Then you change my path / I’m goin’ up, up, up / And I never last” leaves a bit to be desired.
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