Following an appearance by Aniston, Witherspoon and co-star Steve Carell, attendees (both in-person and via simulcast) were treated to a two-minute video featuring a glimpse of the tech giant’s upcoming original Apple TV+ programming slate, Morning Show included (Press Play Above).
Sickness is something that we all go through in our lives. From the chicken pox to cancer, there isn’t a disease that humankind has not encountered. In this week’s episode of Madam Secretary, Elizabeth heads to Camp David to write her presidential campaign speech, leaving Team M-Sec to hold down the fort. Jay steps in for the secretary and tries to secure an international Climate Migration agreement. One that grants asylum to the displaced citizens of nations affected by global warming. Oh, and there’s a possibility of measles making a comeback. I am seriously not liking President Andrada very much.
Madam Secretary: Measles Risk Outbreak, Jay Fills M-Sec’s Shoes
At a special event in Cupertino, Apple unveiled its Apple TV+ streaming service, and with it a short clip of some footage from its slate of upcoming original shows.
One of the main originals teased was “The Morning Show,” a series which “offers an inside look at the lives of the people who help America wake up in the morning.” The show stars Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell in the lead roles. The teaser clip showed Aniston striding confidently towards the camera, Carell with his head bowed, and Witherspoon stepping into the late night set.
Carrell described his character as
We haven't done the math or anything, but there's probably still time to re-binge Game of Thrones' first seven seasons ahead of the premiere of the show's eighth and final season, if you're willing to sacrifice sleep and/or work and/or sanity in the process. If you don't have energy to re-watch all
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Apple has unveiled an early look at its brand new streaming service, officially titled Apple TV+. The new service is launching this fall with brand new television projects starring the likes of Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Hailee Steinfeld, Octavia Spencer, and more. Creators behind the new shows include Steven Spielberg, M. Night Shyamalan, and J.J. Abrams. Apple has debuted a first look at a handful of its upcoming original series in a new video promoting the Apple TV+ service.
One of the biggest new originals is “The Morning Show,” which features Witherspoon and Aniston as women battling sexism and dealing with more behind-the-scenes drama on the set of a popular morning news show. The series co-stars Carell and comes from writer Kerry Ehrin and writer and executive producer Jay Carson, best known for serving as producer on “House of Cards.” The first look footage from “The Morning Show” in the
X-Men is a wonderfully popular superhero comic book series that has been around for quite some time. It was created by Stan Lee and first made an appearance way back in 1993. As one of the most successful and recognizable comic book series of all time, is no surprise that a whole new generation of fans is now arriving upon us. Most of the characters in X-Men, as you know, are mutants. This is a sub-human species that are born with superhuman abilities that can be activated with the presence of X Gene. That is amazing enough. What is even
How Carol Danvers Almost Became Lady Lightning
All those years spend in the orbit of the brutally incisive Sue Sylvester apparently learned the Glee kids something!
When Amber Riley, Harry Shum Jr. and Becca Tobin square off against fellow McKinley “grads” Heather Morris, Jenna Ushkowitz and Kevin McHale in this week’s Drop the Mic season finale (airing Wednesday at 10/9c on TNT), nothing is off limits. From questionable college decisions and fizzled TV careers to blink-and-you-missed-it cameos in blockbuster movies, Ushkowitz and Tobin don’t hold back in the above sneak peek, while teammates McHale and Morris and Shum Jr. and Riley also field their share of pointed barbs.
At long last, Apple unveiled its streaming behemoth at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, on Monday. The service, named Apple TV+, is still shrouded in some mystery: after months of anticipation and rumors followed by a splashy event that had Steven Spielberg and Oprah on stage,
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Uma Thurman is the latest A-lister to join the Netflix talent pool: the Oscar nominee will attempt to heal trauma with horror in the streaming giant’s newest psychological fantasy series “Chambers.” The “Pulp Fiction” actress stars alongside Tony Goldwyn, Candian TV’s Griffin Powell-Arcand, and newcomer Sivan Alyra Rose in the ten-episode drama, set to premiere late April. The drama centers around a young heart attack sufferer (Rose) who is recovering from a much-needed heart transplant, but what comes afterward is anything but celebratory. There’s something odd about her new heart, and she’s determined to find out what caused her donor’s sudden death. The closer she comes to uncovering answers, the more she begins to lose herself and take on the more sinister characteristics of the deceased.
Netflix released an intriguing batch of first-look photos that promise plenty of fresh-faced talent, while hinting ominously at the
Variety has learned exclusively that Art Malik has signed on to star opposite Simone in the single-camera comedy. In the project, Hannah (Simone) and her Indian-American immigrant father Sid (Malik) have always been close, but after she admits to herself that she’s in a dead-end job and he reveals his marriage is over, they’re starting over together and each finding a new path. This new chapter will either make them crazy close or just crazy.
Sid is further described as newly retired and a
Gaming has changed a lot over the course of a few decades. For instance, there was a time when a game would be sold as a complete product, which could receive one or more expansion packs provided that it proved to be popular enough. In more recent times, the Internet has enabled a partial transformation of games into services, which started up with the popularization of MMOs in the early 2000s but has since taken on a wide range of other forms that include season passes, microtransactions, and game subscription services. Now, it seems that gaming will be stepping even
Walmart Might Make Its Own Game Streaming Service
Ah, Spring… the season of fresh flowers and fresh leaves and fresh starts and (drumroll, please) fresh May Sweeps Scorecards!
As in years past, our alternately hopeful and terrifying spoilerpalooza is chock-full of hints about which characters will be making up, making love, breaking up, taking off and dropping dead during the annual finale-stuffed ratings period known as May Sweeps. If an item has a [Spoiler] tag affixed to it, you know the drill — that means it’s your job to guess the secret that our jobs depend on us keeping.
Wait, wait. Not so fast. Before you dive in:
Apple’s March 25 conference announcing various new services — including their upcoming passel of video content — was heavy on grandeur and light on specifics. Company CEO Tim Cook described the company’s move into television as part of an ongoing commitment not merely to diversion and customer satisfaction but to social change. “Apple has always tried to make the world a better place,” he said, “and we believe deeply in the power of creativity.” He later noted that Apple “can contribute something important to our culture and our society through storytelling.”
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When Apple revealed the name of its new streaming service, set to serve up a $2 billion lineup of original content, the seats in the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, Calif., shook from the bass. But while the presentation of “Apple TV+” — the new moniker for the collection of premium series that the tech giant will release in Fall 2019 — received much applause from the assembled crowd, it represented built-up anticipation with nowhere to go.
Monday’s Apple event covered multiple launches within the Apple ecosystem, including the subscription news service Apple News+ and new spins on Apple Pay (including a new Apple credit card). The main attraction, however, was Apple’s foray into television, which occupied half of the nearly two-hour presentation. It included a look at upcoming changes to the Apple TV app, followed by a preview of Apple’s new original series in which celebrity creators summed up what their audience already knew.
Apple won’t be entering the Emmy race this year — but get ready for 2020. The tech giant’s not-so-surprise launch of its new Apple TV+ video service on Monday included a hefty roster of top producing and acting talent that will immediately make the service an awards contender when it launches in the fall.
That means Apple’s first major awards at-bats will be the Golden Globes and various guild kudos (such as the SAG and WGA awards). Those events will serve as a warm-up for Apple’s inaugural Emmy campaign season next spring.
It won’t be Apple’s first time in contention,
It’s said (and proven time and again) that Apple is a company that isn’t the first to innovate with a gadget or technology, but it often does those gadgets and tech better than its competition (and often at a steeper price). And with the new Apple TV service, the company is attempting to venture into the world of streaming services by taking what Netflix has innovated and doing it…better.
Anthony Chisholm (Random Acts of Flyness), Armen Garo (The Sopranos) and Caleb Castille (Run The Race) are set to recur in Hulu’s Wu-Tang: An American Saga, a 10-episode drama from Wu-Tang Clan frontman The RZA, writer Alex Tse (Superfly) and Imagine Television.
Created and written by The RZA and Tse, the series is based on the Wu-Tang Clan, one of the most influential groups in hip-hop history, and will explore and expand the band’s world. Set in early ’90s New York at the height of the crack cocaine epidemic, the show tracks the Clan’s formation, a vision of Bobby Diggs (Ashton Sanders) aka The RZA, who strives to unite a dozen young, black men that are torn between music and crime but eventually rise to become the unlikeliest of American success stories.
Chisholm will play Old Chess Player, an older man with a sense of humor, he
The final moments of the “This Is Us” Season 3 finale were so secretive, that series stars Sterling K. Brown and Susan Kelechi Watson received redacted scripts. Justin Hartley said when he found out the last moments, he told himself, “Oh f—, they did it to me again.”
Brown, Watson and Hartley joined other cast members and producers of the popular NBC family drama at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Calif. Sunday for the closing night of Paleyfest. Fans of the show gathered for an advanced screening of the March 26 episode, and learned more about the Season 3 finale on April 2, as
The news comes as the two shows, which are paired together on Monday nights, are on course to finish with solid ratings in their sophomore seasons.
“’9-1-1 redefined’ what a procedural series can be, consistently delivering edge-of-your-seat emergencies, mixed with emotional story arcs and incredible performances from one of the most powerful teams of actors on television,” said Michael Thorn, President of Entertainment at Fox in a statement. “Kudos to Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Tim Minear and their entire crew, as well
When it comes to the infamous gamer known as The Happy Hob, it seems fans are always looking for more information. With his unique, boisterous humor and incredible ability to beat games without ever getting hit or dying it is easy to see why people love watching him. He has a real ‘stage’ presence. Regardless of whether you just heard his name for the first time, or you’ve been a supporter since the beginning, we’ve dug up ten fascinating facts behind the gaming legend. 1. World Record Holder The Happy Hob holds a gaming record for beating all the Dark
10 Things You Didn’t Know about The Happy Hob
There's a pervasive line of thinking, especially in 2019, that says the people and things we love will eventually let us down. It's never an if, always a when. So our heroes will inevitably turn out to be trash monsters. Our favorite bands will enter an experimental phase, even though no one asked
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Monday night’s broadcast of NBC’s “Tonight Show” will feature no opening monologue and no traditional sit-downs with guests. Instead, Fallon will open the program by telling viewers that the entire episode has been shot with the Samsung Galaxy S10+ smartphone, which features an ultra-wide camera lens, and explain that it will showcase some of his favorite New York spots. The collaboration is part of a broad ad deal Samsung has struck with NBCUniversal.
“We know consumer attention is being pulled in so many different directions today. It
Street racing is a peculiar thing. On the one hand, most people in society are opposed to the notion of cars screaming down the road with reckless abandon. On the other hand, they are equally mesmerized by the prospect of all those squealing tires and turbocharged engines making their way through the city streets. Enter Ronnie Pace and his Street Outlaws Counterparts. He is one of the central characters on the documentary series made famous on the Discovery channel, and fans continue to be amazed by his ability to race through the open streets and come out ahead. You know
10 Things You Didn’t know about Ronnie Pace
General Hospital fans are still wondering what might happen if Willow finds out that everyone is on to the entire thing that’s going on. The Dod is not a good situation, and there are so many people fighting to take it down from the inside out, and we think that they are closer than we might imagine. So many things are happening, but there will only be one person to take this place down, and we hope it ends up being Kristina. She’s a mess, her mother is a mess, her father is a mess, and her life is falling
General Hospital Spoilers: Willow Opens Up, But Is This A Confession?
Omar Sharif is a famous Egyptian actor who was born in Alexandria, Kingdom of Egypt, on April 10, 1932. This week would have been his 86th birthday had he not died from a heart attack on July 10, 2015. Sharif began his career as an actor during the 1950s and is probably best known for Sherif Ali in ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ and Yuri Zhivago in ‘Doctor Zhivago’. Other films in which he appeared included ‘Funny Girl’, ‘War in the Land of Egypt’, ‘Mysterious Island’, ‘S*H*E’, and ‘Bloodline’. This talented actor won three Golden Globes and a Cesar Award during his
25 Things You Never Knew About Omar Sharif
Like a lot of sensations that come and go on Netflix, Bird Box was one of those that seemed destined to hype itself into oblivion until people started paying attention and taking notice. People might be excited to hear that it’s got a sequel coming, but that might dampen when it’s discovered that the sequel is to the novel, not the movie. Still, the next book, titled Malorie, will no doubt be kind of interesting since as you might guess the entity is still out there and no doubt trying to find an angle on how to get in or
Bird Box To Get a Sequel But It’s Not a Movie
The streaming service announced Sunday evening that it has renewed Marvel's Runaways for a third season.
This news will of course be a relief for fans of the show, since the second season
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Growing up, there was no doubt that I was a Samantha. When it came to my other high school friends, however, there was a lot more debate over who their Sex and the City counterparts were. While each of the show's four central women had their admirable aspects, they each also had flaws you definitely
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As the ex-wife of U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant), Natalie Zea's Winona Hawkins never quite fit into the world of Justified, FX's lauded modern Western based on the works of legendary crime writer Elmore Leonard. She wasn't a marshal like Rachel (Erica Tazel). She wasn't a morally
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Great TV characters, like great artists, aren't always appreciated in their time. And plenty of great women on television have had to fight a steep uphill battle to earn fans' respect -- even if the men in their lives are literally doing crime. We've all seen it before: Complicated male
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Sometimes it's like people forget that in the world of Doctor Who, Shakespeare wrote his most famous sonnet for Martha Jones. Martha (Freema Agyeman) was cool enough to inspire the Bard -- and cooler still for turning him down -- but she's always left out of conversations about the Doctor's best
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People with a taste for cyberpunk crime shows might remember Psycho-Pass, which is a Japanese franchise that started up with a very successful season of anime that was broadcast from October of 2012 to March of 2013. On the strength of that single season, the franchise has seen a number of subsequent expansions, which include a second season for the anime, a couple of animated movies, a couple of manga, a number of novels, and even a video game. As a result, the popularity of the Psycho-Pass franchise should be evident. For those who are unfamiliar with the Psycho-Pass franchise,
Psycho-Pass Anime Gets Renewed for 3rd Season
For most of Season 10 of “The View,” which aired from 2006 to 2007, Rosie O’Donnell and Elisabeth Hasselbeck publicly feuded on TV. But in a new book, O’Donnell reveals more complicated emotions about her former conservative colleague.
In “Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of ‘The View'” by Variety‘s Ramin Setoodeh, O’Donnell talks about the infamous day in May 2007 where she had a 10-minute fight on TV with Hasselbeck about the Iraq War. An excerpt of the chapter, “My Mouth Is a Weapon,” which details what happened and O’Donnell’s subsequent departure from “The View,” will