Ariana Madix is stepping back into the spotlight!
Ariana Madix is stepping back into the spotlight!
The Associated Press on Friday that the 25-year sentence was commuted by presidential order after a request for clemency. Rusesabagina, a U.S.
Stirling Citizens' Advice Bureau is looking for volunteer advisers and receptionists to come on board for its Spring intake as the charity aims to help more people than ever.
Yellowjackets kicks off its second season this month.Created by Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson, the mystery thriller series follows a girls’ football team in 1996 who, while travelling to a tournament in Seattle, crash-land in the Canadian wilderness and are left stranded for nineteen months. Between their attempts to survive, the show also jumps to their adult lives in the present day.The show’s first season received seven nominations at the Primetime Emmy Awards last year, including Outstanding Drama Series and acting nods for Melanie Lynskey and Christina Ricci.Other members of the cast include Tawny Cypress, Ella Purnell, Sophie Nelisse, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Sophie Thatcher, Sammi Hanratty and Juliette Lewis.The exact number of episodes hasn’t been officially confirmed.
“Yellowjackets” has returned, and if you thought things couldn’t get any more wild on the Showtime drama series, prepare to be proven wrong. Season 2 continues the bifurcated storylines of the titular soccer team stranded after a plane crash in the 1990s, and the grown-up survivors dealing with their past trauma in present day.New revelations, expanded mythology and new characters permeate the new season as the story barrels forward, with Shauna (Melanie Lynskey, Sophie Nélisse), Taissa (Tawny Cypress, Jasmin Savoy Brown), Misty (Christina Ricci, Sammi Hanratty), Natalie (Juliette Lewis, Sophie Thatcher) all returning.Elijah Wood joins the cast as Walter, a citizen detective, while Lauren Ambrose appears in Season 2 as the adult version of Van (played in the 1990s timeline by Liv Hewson) and Simone Kessell plays the adult version of Lottie (played in the ‘90s by Courtney Eaton).The new season picks up pretty immediately after Season 1 left off, with the survivors dealing with a harsh winter and dwindling food supply back in 1996 while the present day versions of the characters find that their past continues to haunt them in significant ways.
Rodolphe Belmer has made the case for TF1 Group as “the free entertainment reference for French citizens on TV and in streaming.”
Joshua Alston Showtime’s buzzy, bloody drama “Yellowjackets” finds itself in a most precarious position going into its second season. Trying to top a successful first season is always a challenge, particularly when the maiden voyage earns six Emmy nominations, including one for Outstanding Drama. But the inherent pressure to maintain the momentum is acute for “Yellowjackets,” a puzzle-box show that teases supernatural elements. Recent television history is littered with the wreckage of similar shows that started out tense and intriguing, then collapsed once it became clear that the storytellers built an ornately beautiful box but forgot to put anything rewarding inside it. Creators Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson, along with showrunner Jonathan Lisco, solved that issue by stuffing their puzzle box to the brim with two harrowing serialized stories. In one story, members of a high school girls’ soccer team survive a plane crash en route to a tournament only to face an unforgiving, wintry wilderness and what could be a malicious supernatural entity pushing them toward madness. In the other story, set 25 years later, the Yellowjackets who survive the woods are freighted with trauma, and desperate to conceal the grave choices they made as kids.
Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Toronto’s Hot Docs, North America’s largest documentary festival, has added 12 films to its Special Presentations program. The first tranche of titles was announced March 14. The festival runs April 27 to May 7. World premieres include Canadian journalist Michelle Shephard’s “The Man Who Stole Einstein’s Brain,” the uncovering of the story behind the pathologist who stole the genius’ brain in 1955; “The Rise of Wagner,” a chilling exposé on the collusion between Wagner Group mercenaries and the Kremlin, which has resulted in secret killings and countless human rights violations; “We Are Guardians,” the story of the Indigenous guardians of the Brazilian Amazon, struggling to protect their territories from the ravages of extractive industries, deforestation, corrupt politicians and profit hungry global corporations; “Who’s Afraid of Nathan Law?,” a chronicle of dissident Hong Kong politician and activist Nathan Law’s fight for democracy; and director Barry Avrich’s “Without Precedent: The Supreme Life of Rosalie Abella,” a portrait of Canada’s first Jewish Supreme Court judge, a passionate advocate for the disabled community and visible minorities.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is encouraging older people with a physical or mental health condition, or a disability, to check if they are entitled to Attendance Allowance, which is currently worth either £61.85 or £92.40 each week.
Laughing off the drama. Vanderpump Rules star Ariana Madix marked her first public appearance since her split from ex-boyfriend Tom Sandoval by attending a comedy show.
Ariana Madix was all smiles as she enjoyed a night out amid the “Vanderpump Rules” cheating scandal over the weekend.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has extended its free support to help people through the Universal Credit claim process.
Eva Longoria thinks she has "way more power as a citizen than as a politician". The 48-year-old actress feels passionate about political and social issues - but Eva doesn't have any ambition to become a politician. She explains on 'Who's Talking to Chris Wallace?': "It's so divisive, and I don't see how there's faith in politicians in this moment.
Lise Pedersen Documentary filmmaker Jialing Zhang, who was nominated for an Emmy for “One Child Nation,” spoke to Variety about her latest film, “Total Trust,” which is running in the main competition at CPH:DOX, the Copenhagen Intl. Documentary Festival. It tells the chilling story of three women and their families fighting for their human rights in China, where state control is ubiquitous thanks to high technology surveillance, such as facial recognition, big data analysis and points systems that mean citizens gain or lose points depending on their behavior. Zhang’s intimate footage offers unprecedented access to the impact of this all-controlling system on the protagonists’ everyday lives.
EXCLUSIVE: Geoff Stults (Little Fires Everywhere) is set for a key recurring role in ABC’s The Company You Keep, starring and executive produced by Milo Ventimiglia.
A Minnesota man is facing charges after killing a man he believed was “attempting to groom” his daughter.
Is Eva Longoria considering a career in politics?
article by Times staff writer Teresa Watanabe described the distinction between internment and incarceration and the historical context the terms have in connection to the result of Japan’s 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. “Instead, The Times will generally use ‘incarceration,’ ‘imprisonment,’ ‘detention’ or their derivatives to describe this government action that shattered so many innocent lives,” wrote Watanabe, whose parents and grandfather were detained in the days after Pearl Harbor.“My parents, Shigeo and Joanne Watanabe, were U.S. citizens born and raised in Seattle — she a student at Seattle University who loved parties and red painted fingernails, he an aspiring accountant with a golden glove and killer smile,” wrote Teresa Watanbe. Watanbe continued: “In the aftermath of Japan’s 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, they were imprisoned in an incarceration camp — not an internment camp.”Just two months after Pearl Harbor was attacked, President Franklin D.
Justin Hartley is on the hunt.The 46-year-old actor headlines the upcoming CBS drama, (formerly ), which will premiere during the 2023-24 broadcast season. A 10-second promo was released Wednesday teeing up Hartley's first post-series regular TV role.Based on the best-selling Jeffery Deaver novel, centers on lone-wolf survivalist Colter Shaw (Hartley), who roams the country as a «reward seeker,» using his expert tracking skills to help private citizens and law enforcement solve all manner of mysteries while contending with his own fractured family.The brief, but intriguing teaser, shows Colter as he looks around a bedroom for clues and comes across a photograph of a young boy with what looks to be his father. «I will save you,» the text reads on the dialogue-free promo.
EXCLUSIVE: Fox is developing No. 1 Supreme Citizen of America, a single-camera/hybrid comedy from comedian Peter S. Kim.
Visibility is essential.
EXCLUSIVE: Netflix is exploring the story of the Boston Marathon bombing in a new docuseries.
As the cost of living crisis continues to increase financial pressure on households across the country, a series of price increases will be introduced from April.
When seven-year-old cockapoo-cross Mika fell ill last year, vets told her teenage owner Alisha D’Adamo that her beloved pet was a day away from death. For the 17-year-old from Oldham, the pooch was far more than a family pet - she was a lifeline.
Ellie Kemper is set to executive producer and star in Lionsgate’s “Drop-Off” (working title), which has been given a pilot order by ABC. The project, which is based on Sharon Horgan’s BAFTA nominated British format comedy “Motherland,” will see Kemper play Julia, a working mom for whom nothing is working so she goes looking for her village.
are well aware, there was no woodland fairytale to follow. The first full trailer for season two of the hit drama, which follows a high school girls’ soccer team whose plane crashes and the present-day lives of those who survived their 19-month sojourn in the woods, is officially here—and things are looking bleak.In the sophomore season’s present-day storyline, stars , Christina Ricci, Juliette Lewis, and Tawny Cypress are still carrying the “darkness” the teenage versions of themselves—played by Sophie Nélisse, Samantha Hanratty, Sophie Thatcher, and Tawny Cypress, respectively—grappled with decades earlier. There are also several new arrivals to the show this year, including Lauren Ambrose as adult goalie Van, who is played in the past by Liv Hewson; Jason Ritter (Lynskey’s real-life husband) in an undisclosed role; and Elijah Wood as Walter, who connects with Ricci’s Misty over their shared passion for citizen detective work.Then there is the entrance of adult Lottie Simone Kessell (played by Courtney Eaton in the past), whose delicate mental state amidst withdrawal from antipsychotic medication emboldens her to become an Antler Queen.
Yellowjackets was a nostalgic-tinged thriller which turned out to be one of the 2022’s breakout TV successes.The show is principally set in 1996, and tells the story of a high school girls soccer team whose plane crashes in the Canadian wilderness en route to the national championships. Some of the team die in the crash, though most of them survive.
Death On The Nile and Tenet, revealed his choices in a poll for Sight and Sound magazine.Since 1952, the magazine has asked various filmmakers every decade for their lists of the greatest films of all time. As part of the Winter 2022-23 issue, directors like Branagh, Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson, Barry Jenkins and Ari Aster were invited to contribute their favourites.Branagh’s top pick was The Godfather, while Cloud Atlas and Lady Bird also made his top 10.
Poorer households with smokers spend almost a third of their income on tobacco, it has been disclosed, prompting calls to increase support to stop smoking in deprived areas, a charity has said.
The Provost of Falkirk has been appointed convener of the council's Internal Scrutiny Committee following the resignation of independent councillor Brian McCabe.
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More than 81,000 people currently claiming Carer’s Allowance received an extra payment for £245.70 in December 2022 as part of a unique benefit only available in Scotland. Carer’s Allowance Supplement is a devolved payment, only given to those living in Scotland, twice each year.
Alison Sweeney is back in the shoes of Hannah Swensen for Hallmark Channel!
The latest figures from Social Security Scotland show that at the end of February, 2022 there were 124,081 people living in Scotland receiving additional financial support through Attendance Allowance. Across Great Britain, there are now more than 1.5 million people over State Pension age getting either £61.85 or £92.40 each week through the benefit.
According to the Associated Press, Lee was visibly angry when confronted with the image.“What a ridiculous question that is,” Lee said to reporters.
Todd Spangler NY Digital Editor TikTok, in an effort to show it’s being a good internet citizen, introduced new features to cap the time kids spend on the video app. In the next few weeks, every TikTok account belonging to a user under the age of 18 will automatically be set to a 60-minute daily screen time limit. If the 60-minute limit is reached, teens will be prompted to enter a passcode in order to continue watching, “requiring them to make an active decision to extend that time,” Cormac Keenan, TikTok’s head of trust and safety, wrote in a blog post. For TikTok users under 13, the daily screen time limit will also be set to 60 minutes, and for these accounts a parent or guardian will need to set or enter an existing passcode to enable 30 minutes of additional watch time.
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