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CBS Entertainment’s Amy Reisenbach Says She’s Looking Far Into the Future, Already Developing Shows for 2026-2027 - variety.com
variety.com
11.06.2024 / 18:05

CBS Entertainment’s Amy Reisenbach Says She’s Looking Far Into the Future, Already Developing Shows for 2026-2027

Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large The fate of CBS owner Paramount Global remains way up in the air, and the future of broadcast TV in general remains a big question mark. But as CBS Entertainment president Amy Reisenbach said on Tuesday at the Banff World Media Festival, that’s not stopping her from plotting her primetime development plans way into the future.

‘Reservation Dogs’ Deserved More Emmy Love Throughout Its Run — Now, This Is the TV Academy’s Last Chance to Recognize It - variety.com - Los Angeles - Oklahoma - county Jack
variety.com
11.06.2024 / 17:35

‘Reservation Dogs’ Deserved More Emmy Love Throughout Its Run — Now, This Is the TV Academy’s Last Chance to Recognize It

Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large “Reservation Dogs” ended its three-season run back in September, so we’ve had time to accept the sad truth that we won’t be seeing any new stories about this group of Indigenous teens in Oklahoma anytime soon. I would have truly enjoyed another season, and when I get on a Zoom call with series star Paulina Alexis — who played the outspoken Willie Jack — it’s clear she’s also still a bit disappointed that the show has wrapped. “I feel like I could have went way longer, but not my choice,” she says.

Recording Academy Reveals Plans for Global Expansion in Africa and the Middle East - variety.com - city Abu Dhabi - South Africa - Kenya - Saudi Arabia - Nigeria - Rwanda - Uae
variety.com
11.06.2024 / 17:35

Recording Academy Reveals Plans for Global Expansion in Africa and the Middle East

Thania Garcia The Recording Academy is working to expand its global efforts for artists in rapidly advancing spaces. The Academy announced Tuesday it has inked agreements with Ministries of Cultures and key stakeholders across the Middle East and Africa to collaborate on strengthening the Academy’s presence and services in these music regions.

Blue Fox Entertainment Acquires Family-Friendly Adventure Film ‘Autumn And The Black Jaguar’ From Studiocanal - deadline.com - New York - India - county Wayne - county Charles - county Baker
deadline.com
11.06.2024 / 16:47

Blue Fox Entertainment Acquires Family-Friendly Adventure Film ‘Autumn And The Black Jaguar’ From Studiocanal

EXCLUSIVE: Blue Fox Entertainment has acquired Autumn and the Black Jaguar from Studiocanal. Blue Fox will release the family-friendly adventure film in theaters nationwide later this year.

Ethel Cain hits out at fans’ behaviour at gigs, says they shouldn’t have to “fight for their life just to hear some music” - www.nme.com - Britain - London - USA - Ireland - county Camden - county Storey
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11.06.2024 / 12:17

Ethel Cain hits out at fans’ behaviour at gigs, says they shouldn’t have to “fight for their life just to hear some music”

Ethel Cain has criticised the behaviour of some fans at her live shows, saying that they shouldn’t have to “fight for their life just to hear some music”.The US singer-songwriter wrapped up the UK and European leg of her 2024 ‘Childish Behaviour’ tour with a performance at The Roundhouse in Camden Town, London last night (June 10).She is also scheduled to support Mitski at All Points East in the capital and make an appearance at Electric Picnic in Ireland this summer.Ahead of yesterday’s London concert, Cain shared a statement on her Instagram Stories in which she reminded ticketholders of gig etiquette and how to treat one another in the audience.“Hi all! Just wanted to reiterate before tonight’s show in London that it is extremely important to me that you all respect each other both in the queue and once in the venue,” the musician began.“I very much hate hearing that anyone attending our shows walked away with a negative experience because of bad behaviour in the pit. Barrelling to the front, slapping people’s hands away when I reach for them, verbally insulting people, it’s all just not very nice.”Cain continued: “I come and I play these songs because I love them and I would hope the reason you’re coming is because you love them also.

Will Arnett’s Electric Avenue to Develop Scripted and Reality Series at Fox Entertainment Under New Deal - variety.com - Netherlands
variety.com
10.06.2024 / 18:03

Will Arnett’s Electric Avenue to Develop Scripted and Reality Series at Fox Entertainment Under New Deal

Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large Will Arnett is expanding his relationship with Fox Entertainment. The actor and comedian, who hosts Fox’s “Lego Masters,” has sealed an overall producing deal for his Electric Avenue Prods. to produce fare for the network’s in-house production company.

‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ May Be Coming To An End; Original Cast Member Exits Fox Drama Ahead Of Season 5 - deadline.com
deadline.com
07.06.2024 / 23:41

‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ May Be Coming To An End; Original Cast Member Exits Fox Drama Ahead Of Season 5

EXCLUSIVE: Production is currently underway on the 12-episode fifth season of 9-1-1: Lone Star amid rampant speculation that this is the show’s final chapter and without one of the series regulars, Sierra McClain, who quietly left following some cast renegotiation drama, Deadline has learned.

Peabody Awards Are (Finally) Ready for Their L.A. Debut - variety.com - New York - Los Angeles
variety.com
07.06.2024 / 19:09

Peabody Awards Are (Finally) Ready for Their L.A. Debut

Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large When Peabody holds its 84th awards ceremony on June 9, it will finally be in Los Angeles — after four years of trying. The org had decided in 2020 to move its annual event from New York to the West Coast. And then the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and the ceremony went virtual for three years.

How Indie Outlets Like The Network and Dropout Are Making a Play for Eyeballs and Emmy Noms - variety.com
variety.com
07.06.2024 / 19:09

How Indie Outlets Like The Network and Dropout Are Making a Play for Eyeballs and Emmy Noms

Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large I can’t help admiring the sheer audacity of Aram Rappaport. He’s the creator, writer and director behind “The Green Veil,” a drama series starring John Leguizamo that debuted with two episodes at the Tribeca fest in 2022. When he couldn’t find an outlet to pick up the full series, Rappaport decided to launch his own ad-supported streaming service — dubbed The Network — from scratch.

Utkarsh Ambudkar & Ryan Hansen Join Rachael Leigh Cook In Fox Feature Film ‘There She Goes’ - deadline.com - Hollywood - county Cook
deadline.com
07.06.2024 / 16:53

Utkarsh Ambudkar & Ryan Hansen Join Rachael Leigh Cook In Fox Feature Film ‘There She Goes’

EXCLUSIVE: There She Goes, a feature film loosely based on Rachael Leigh Cook’s real-life experiences as a ‘90s, has found the rest of its cast.

Check out new Johnny Cash song ‘Spotlight’, featuring The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach - www.nme.com - Nashville
nme.com
07.06.2024 / 16:07

Check out new Johnny Cash song ‘Spotlight’, featuring The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach

Johnny Cash has been shared called ‘Spotlight’, which he recorded back in 1993 and has since seen contributions from The Black Keys‘ Dan Auerbach. Check it out below.Released today (June 7), the track is the latest to be released from ‘Songwriter’ – an album of previously unreleased songs by the late country music icon, which is set to be released later this year.As with all tracks on the forthcoming LP, the vocals for ‘Spotlight’ were originally recorded by Cash back in early 1993 at the LSI Studios in Nashville.

‘The Gilded Age’ Star Morgan Spector on Playing a Robber Baron and Introducing Conflict to the Show’s Happiest Marriage: ‘I Wanted It to Be Over’ - variety.com - New York - George
variety.com
07.06.2024 / 15:35

‘The Gilded Age’ Star Morgan Spector on Playing a Robber Baron and Introducing Conflict to the Show’s Happiest Marriage: ‘I Wanted It to Be Over’

Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large George Russell, one of the most prominent characters in HBO’s sprawling period ensemble “The Gilded Age,” is many things: a self-made man; a loving husband; a titan of industry. But Morgan Spector, the actor who plays George in Julian Fellowes’ fictionalized tale of 19th century New York City, is comfortable calling the character out for who he really is. “Robber baron,” Spector declares on Variety’s Awards Circuit podcast.

Bon Jovi lives on with new album ‘Forever’ — 40 years after their debut: review - nypost.com - Jersey - Washington - New Jersey - county Rock
nypost.com
07.06.2024 / 13:43

Bon Jovi lives on with new album ‘Forever’ — 40 years after their debut: review

Bon Jovi made their debut 40 years ago with their 1984 self-titled album featuring their hit “Runaway,” they were compared to the likes of Loverboy.Words like “characterless” and “nondescript” were used to describe their music in a review by the Washington Post, which called out Jon Bon Jovi’s singing as “high, hysterical screaming.”The review went on to slam his songwriting, saying: “He writes dumb songs about women.”And the review concluded with one final dig. And I quote: “The band’s brand of antiseptic hard rock only makes you want to cheer on all the more the undiluted heavy rockers like Motley Crue.”Ouch.

Nicola Coughlan, Nonso Anozie & ‘Baby Reindeer’ Breakout Jessica Gunning Join Enid Blyton Adaptation ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ - deadline.com - Britain - county Harris - county Ashland
deadline.com
06.06.2024 / 12:19

Nicola Coughlan, Nonso Anozie & ‘Baby Reindeer’ Breakout Jessica Gunning Join Enid Blyton Adaptation ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’

Nicola Coughlan (Bridgerton, Derry Girls), Nonso Anozie (Sweet Tooth, Ted Lasso), and Jessica Gunning (Baby Reindeer) have signed on to star in The Magic Faraway Tree, the upcoming Enid Blyton adaptation from Neal Street Productions, Elysian Film Group and Ashland Hill Media Finance.

Kaitlin Olson’s New ABC Series ‘High Potential’ to Get New Showrunner As Rob Thomas Exits (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France
variety.com
05.06.2024 / 17:17

Kaitlin Olson’s New ABC Series ‘High Potential’ to Get New Showrunner As Rob Thomas Exits (EXCLUSIVE)

Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large ABC series “High Potential” is getting a shift at the top, as showrunner Rob Thomas has departed the project, Variety has learned. The series, which stars Kaitlin Olson, is set to air Tuesdays at 10 p.m.

What ‘The Morning Show’ and ‘The Girls on the Bus’ Learned From Fox News to Craft Right-Wing Media - variety.com - Taylor - city Holland, county Taylor
variety.com
01.06.2024 / 19:11

What ‘The Morning Show’ and ‘The Girls on the Bus’ Learned From Fox News to Craft Right-Wing Media

Hunter Ingram After “The Morning Show” began its third season last fall, showrunner Charlotte Stoudt received a text message from “a very well-known anchor on a national news network” with some constructive criticism. This unnamed person had seen Episode 3, in which June Diane Raphael makes her debut as the anchor of Eagle News, a fictional conservative news network that is seen reporting on an internal scandal at UBA, the network that employs Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon’s characters. With a smile on her face, Raphael’s anchor reads incriminating emails sent by the UBA board president (Holland Taylor).

'The Recruit' Season 2 Cast Details: 9 Actors Return, 10 Join Netflix Series & the Fate of 2 Stars Unclear - www.justjared.com - Canada - South Korea - city Seoul, South Korea
justjared.com
30.05.2024 / 19:45

'The Recruit' Season 2 Cast Details: 9 Actors Return, 10 Join Netflix Series & the Fate of 2 Stars Unclear

Noah Centineo‘s Owen Hendricks will be back for the second season of The Recruit. But who else will join him?

Manchester's Hotel Gotham is sold to new owners - what it means for the 1930s-themed venue - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - Manchester - Ireland - county Hudson
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
30.05.2024 / 12:41

Manchester's Hotel Gotham is sold to new owners - what it means for the 1930s-themed venue

Manchester's iconic Hotel Gotham has been sold to new owners in a multi-million pound deal. Leonardo Hotels, one of the fastest growing hotel groups in Europe, has confirmed the aquisition of the landmark site for an "undisclosed sum".

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