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Trevor Noah is back with a new Netflix special. In the first trailer for I Wish You Would, the soon-to-be former host of The Daily Show posits that all one needs to win a United States election is a "strange voice". He then shows off impressions of John F. Kennedy, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and Donald Trump.
Jennifer Grey is the latest actress to step into Gwen Shamblin Lara's shoes. The Dirty Dancing star will play Shamblin Lara in the upcoming Lifetime Original Movie Gwen Shamblin: Starving for Salvation. The news comes after Sarah Paulson was announced to be leading HBO's adaptation of its own docusieres, The Way Down: God, Greed, and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin.
Nearly 30 years after Scott Calvin first brought holiday cheer to the big screen, Tim Allen reprises the iconic role in a sequel series for Disney+, The Santa Clauses. Elizabeth Mitchell, Eric Lloyd, and David Krumholtz will reprise their roles from the film series alongside newcomers Kal Penn and Laura San Giacomo.
Kate Winslet and Mia Threapleton will star as mother and daughter in upcoming special I Am Ruth. Winslet stars as Ruth, a mother who becomes concerned about her troubled teenage daughter Freya (Threapleton) as she sinks deeper into a social media addiction. The trailer sees the duo clash as mothers and daughters are wont to do, but things come to a head when Ruth takes Freya's phone and makes her get professional help. "It's what's making you ill," Ruth tells the distraught teen after she confiscates her phone.
Casey Anthony Gives Her First On-Camera Interview in the Trailer for Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies
Casey Anthony is breaking her silence in Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies. The trailer for the three-part Peacock docuseries sees the woman acquitted of murdering her daughter Caylee sit down for her first on-camera interview in 11 years. "I lied," says Anthony. "But no one asked why." It's been...
The final season of Stranger Things is set to be an emotional one. At an event in Los Angeles this weekend, Stranger Things creators Ross and Matt Duffer revealed that the upcoming final season of the Netflix original is "full steam ahead" - and that it's going to elicit some serious tears.
Richard Eustis, best known for creating the series Head of the Class, has passed away. He was 86 years old. Eustis co-created the high school sitcom with Michael Elias. The series ran for five seasons from 1986 to 1991 and led to a 1992 spin-off called Billy, which Eustis and Elias also co-wrote. Head of the Class received the reboot treatment from HBO in 2021, but was canceled after one season. Eustis's writing partnership with Elias spanned several decades.
Netflix is once again turning to interactive storytelling for upcoming anthology series Kaleidoscope. Featuring an ensemble cast including Giancarlo Esposito, Paz Vega, Jai Courtney, Rufus Sewell, Rosaline Elbay, Peter Mark Kendall, and more, Kaleidoscope follows "a crew of masterful thieves and their attempt to crack a seemingly unbreakable vault for the biggest payday in history" as they go up against an impenetrable vault and the world's most powerful corporate security team. Helmed by Eric Garcia, the series is "loosely inspired by the real-life story where seventy billion dollars in bonds went missing in downtown Manhattan during Hurricane Sandy."
Robert Clary, star Hogan's Heroes, has passed away. He was 96 years old. The French actor and singer, who was also a Holocaust survivor, died at home in Los Angeles Wednesday morning. Clary starred as Corporal LeBeau in World War II sitcom Hogan's Heroes for its six seasons from 1965...
Noah Centineo is ditching his teen rom-com crown for a little more action. The To All the Boys I've Loved Before breakout stars as Own Hendricks, a young CIA lawyer just getting his footing when he discovers a threatening letter from a former asset. With top secret information on the line if the asset (Laura Haddock) is not exonerated of her crimes, Owen finds himself enmeshed in a world of trouble, high stakes, and more danger than he ever expected to encounter as a lawyer.
Only Murders in the Building wrapped up Season 2 this summer with another bloody installment, leaving fans dying for a third season. The finale, "I Know Who Did It," set up a whole new mystery for our trio to solve; after butting heads with Charles (Steve Martin) backstage at Oliver's (Martin Short) latest production, Broadway star Ben Glenroy (Paul Rudd) seemingly dropped dead mid-monologue, much to the horror of the full house.
Natasha Rothwell is taking her talents to Hulu. Rothwell, known for series like Insecure and The White Lotus, will star in, write, and co-showrun How to Die Alone, a comedy that has received a series order from the streamer. Per Hulu and studio Onyx Collective, the half-hour comedy is set...
Someone's killed the Christmas spirit in the trailer for Who Killed Santa? A Murderville Murder Mystery. Will Arnett is back as Detective Terry Seattle in the Murderville Christmas special, where he investigates who slayed Old Saint Nick with the help of celebrity guest stars Jason Bateman and Maya Rudolph. "Santa...
Sex And The City once proposed a dream scenario for how women should treat each other. “Maybe we can be each other’s soulmates,” Charlotte said. “And then we can let men just be these great, nice guys to have fun with." The show never quite embodied that vision, but decades later, it’s been fully realized by Dead to Me. In its final season, the Netflix series proves that beneath all the murders, cover-ups, and bad romances, it’s really a love story about two female friends. The men come and go, but the women are forever.
Grab your microscope and your magnifying glass, because we really need to do a close read of the Godfather scene in "Bull Elephants," this week's episode of The White Lotus. In just a few sun-dappled minutes, it distills almost everything that makes this show wonderful, from its humor to its social commentary to its knack for finding the perfect costume piece.
Trevor Noah may be departing The Daily Show, but he's about to be busier than ever. The comedian will begin his Off the Record world tour in January 2023, visiting 28 U.S. cities and yet-unannounced international locations. He will visit cities like Atlanta, New Orleans, Boston, Austin, New York, and San Francisco, to name a few.
Netflix is making it easier for subscribers to kick unwanted users off their account. In an effort to curb illicit password sharing, the streamer is rolling out Manage Access and Devices, a feature in Account Settings that will allow users to view recent devices using their account to stream. Subscribers have been allowed to view recent streaming activity in the past, but had only been able to log out every device currently signed into their account rather than specific devices.
The cast of Percy Jacskon and the Olympians continues to grow. Jay Duplass (Transparent, The Chair, Industry) and Timothy Omundson (Psych) are the latest additions to the cast of the Disney+ series. They will star as Hades and Hephaestus, respectively. Per the official character descriptions, "Hades feels like an outcast...
After nearly 20 years on Japanese television, real-life tag competition Run for the Money makes the jump to Netflix today. The latest iteration of the high-stakes game show sees Japanese actors, artists, and athletes face off in a chaotic and epic battle. Also today: Peacock’s A Friend of the Family...
Hunters will end with its second season. The alternate history drama will conclude after its final episodes debut on Prime Video in January. Starring Al Pacino, Logan Lerman, Jerrika Hinton, Josh Radnor, Greg Austin, Kate Mulvany, Louis Ozawa, and Tiffany Boone, the series imagines a world where an unlikely group bands together to exterminate Nazis hiding out in the 1970s.