‘From Scratch’: Eugenio Mastrandrea, Keith David, Danielle Deadwyler & Kellita Smith Among 8 Joining Zoe Saldana In Netflix Series

EXCLUSIVE: Eugenio Mastrandrea (La Fuggitiva, The Girl from last century) has been tapped as the male lead opposite Zoe Saldana in Netflix’s limited series From Scratch, based on Tembi Locke’s bestselling memoir. Danielle Deadwyler (Watchmen, The Harder They Fall), Keith David (Greenleaf, Welcome to the Blumhouse), Kellita Smith (The Bernie Mac Show, Z Nation), Judith Scott (Dear White People, Snowfall), Lucia […]

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Luke Bracey And Brittany Snow To Star In Gritty Thriller, ‘Big Nickel’

Luke Bracey and Brittany Snow have signed on to star in Tom Chilcoat’s debut feature, Big Nickel, with principal photography kicking off in the U.S this winter. Co-written by Chilcoat and David Birke (Elle, Slender Man), the thriller centers on Charlie (Bracey), a charismatic Army recruiter, who is tasked with signing the “big fish” for a promotion. The only person standing in […]

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Jerry Mathers Explained Why 'Leave It to Beaver' Stayed a Black-and-White Show When Other Programs Went to Color

Television as a medium was in full swing by the early 1960s. Most programs were broadcasting in black and white. But color programming was slowly becoming more and more popular with shows like Bonanza, The Virginian, and even The Flintstones getting away from black and white programming. Surprisingly, one series resistant to the rising color programming wave was Leave It […]

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Home Economics Review: Money Does Matter (For Once) on ABC's Sitcom

Remember that Friends episode where Chandler, Monica and Ross want to go see Hootie and the Blowfish, but Rachel, Phoebe and Joey can’t afford to? It’s notable, not only because Monica ends up making out with a Blowfish, but because it directly addresses a taboo subject on TV: money. Most sitcoms act like struggling young artists can afford giant apartments […]

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You Might Not Recognize Marvel Star Paul Rudd in This Sitcom

From Clueless to Marvel‘s Ant-Man and other notable projects, Paul Rudd has proven his varied acting ability over his long career. Rudd is known for his easy-going demeanor and charismatic personality on- and off-screen. In fact, many call him one of the most likable actors in Hollywood. His charming and good-natured personality hasn’t changed. But his body underwent a dramatic […]

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Midwin Charles, CNN and MSNBC Legal Analyst, Dies at 47

“I’m just stunned, and have been since I learned of this today.,” MSNBC host Joy Reid says Getty Images Midwin Charles, a prominent defense attorney best known as a legal analyst for CNN and MSNBC, died Tuesday, her family announced. She was 47; no cause of death has been disclosed. “It is with a profoundly heavy heart and the deepest […]

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Universal to Release George Clooney and Julia Roberts Rom-Com 'Ticket to Paradise' in September 2022

Duo previously worked together in “Ocean’s Eleven” and last reunited for Jodie Foster’s “Money Monster” in 2011 Getty Images Universal will release the George Clooney-Julia Roberts romantic comedy “Ticket to Paradise” on Sept. 30, 2022, the studio announced on Tuesday. Ol Parker, the director behind 2018’s “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,” will direct the film from a script he […]

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CBS Studios Inks Overall Deal With MeToo Founder Tarana Burke and Partner Mervyn Marcano

Duo will produce scripted, unscripted and documentary content through their Field/House Productions banner Courtesy of CBS Studios Tarana Burke, the founder of the MeToo movement, and her producing partner Mervyn Marcano have signed an overall deal with CBS Studios, the company announced Tuesday. Burke and Marcano will develop scripted and unscripted content as well as documentaries through their Field/House Productions […]

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