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04/09/21 9:49 PM
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04/09/21 9:34 PM
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04/08/21 3:55 PM
The 27-year-old said his portrayal of T.K. Strand, a young gay man, on the Fox series was both a personal and professional turning point.
04/09/21 5:13 AM
After rumors surfaced this week that Bachelor Matt James and his ex, Rachael Kirkconnell, had rekindled their romance, a source has shut down the rumors quickly. "Matt and Rachael are not back together," a source told Page Six. "They are working on building a friendship outside of the show and away ...
03/26/21 1:26 PM
Wonder Woman, Mulan and now Black Widow have all been enlisted to help power streaming services. Yet despite that high-profile roster of heroes, it's a battle the studios deploying them appear somewhat conflicted about winning.
04/06/21 2:26 PM
Comedy Central's popular "Drunk History" series is getting a spinoff, but be sure to watch it responsibly.
04/07/21 1:53 PM
Near the end of "Exterminate All the Brutes," director Raoul Peck's searing four-part historical hybrid about the sordid history of colonialism, he says, "The very existence of this film is a miracle." He's right, less because of its existence, but rather seeing such a sweeping indictment of US history, and the way it has traditionally been taught, in a broad commercial venue like HBO.
03/19/21 2:22 PM
After Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso, "Genius: Aretha" is both the most commercial and the best installment of this National Geographic anthology series, powered by Cynthia Erivo's "give her all the awards now" performance as the Queen of Soul. Flitting around in time and covering a great deal of ground, the production earns a big helping of R-E-S-P-E-C-T to all concerned.
04/07/21 1:37 PM
The latest batch of TV reboots haven't had much in common with the source beyond the name, and so it is with "Kung Fu," which -- like the recent "Walker" -- CW-izes a familiar TV property in a mostly unrecognizable way. In this case, a modern-day female lead learns mad martial-arts skills, in an uninspired series whose action and key narrative device owe at least as much to "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" as its half-century-old namesake.
04/08/21 5:17 AM
Love & Marriage: Huntsville star Martell Holt has finally apologized to Melody Holt for his bad behavior. Martell talked to Steve Harvey. After telling Steve that he is open to dating, Steve told him he needed to apologize to his ex-wife publicly. "So to Melody, the person I've been with over ...