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Barbie Ferreira Calls Her ‘Euphoria’ Exit a Mutual Decision

Barbie Ferreira is addressing her exit following Euphoria‘s second season and the negative attention it garnered both in the press and among fans. While appearing on the latest episode of Armchair Expert With Dax Shepard, the Nope actress opened up about her decision to leave the show, which had brushed up rumors that there were […]

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Boss Krista Vernoff Reveals the Challenges of Creating a New Intern Class

After almost two decades of healing wounds, both physical and romantic, the staff of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital is still going strong.  Despite the onscreen departure of series star Ellen Pompeo, Grey’s Anatomy has already been picked up for its 20th season, meaning fans had plenty to celebrate at the show’s PaleyFest panel, held at […]

Lizzo Extends Amazon Studios First-Look Deal

It’s about damn time… \for Lizzo to extend a first-look deal she has with Amazon Studios. The Grammy and Emmy winner will continue to develop programming for the tech giant’s studio arm under the deal, which she first signed in August 2020. The extension comes after Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls won three […]

Medical Drama ‘Doc’ Lands Series Order at Fox

Fox has handed out its first series pickup for a new live-action show for the 2023-24 season. The broadcast network has given a straight-to-series order to Doc, a medical drama based on an Italian format. The show centers on the Dr. Amy Elias — chief of internal and family medicine at a Minneapolis hospital, who’s also […]

Ben Affleck Jokes About Matt Damon Overshadowing His Career in New Dunkin’ Donuts Commercial

Ben Affleck is dishing up a new commercial for Dunkin’ Donuts following his first spot, which featured Jennifer Lopez and went viral after airing during the 2023 Super Bowl. The new commercial was teased during Good Morning America on Monday, with Affleck returning to a real, Boston-area location to film the spot he also directed. […]

Fire at U.K. Studio Briefly Disrupts ‘Lord of the Rings’ Filming

A fire Monday at the studio complex where The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is shooting its second season halted production for a time. The Prime Video series is filming at Bray Studios in the United Kingdom, having moved its production hub from New Zealand, where season one was based (and where […]

Lizzy Caplan and Joshua Jackson Reveal Their Take on ‘Fatal Attraction’

Lizzy Caplan and Joshua Jackson are ready for their seduction. The two stars are taking on the iconic roles of Alex Forrest and Dan Gallagher — made famous by Glenn Close and Michael Douglas — for their TV reimagining of Fatal Attraction. The Paramount+ series of the same name launches April 30 with three episodes, followed by […]

‘Drag Race’ Winner Jinkx Monsoon Joins ‘Doctor Who’ in Major Role

From drag race to outer space (sort of). Jinkx Monsoon, the actress, singer and two-time winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race, will star the next series of Doctor Who in a major role, joining Ncuti Gatwa as the new Time Lord and Millie Gibson as the new companion Ruby Sunday. “I’m honoured, thrilled, and utterly excited […]

ATX TV Festival Sets ‘Justified: City Primeval’ World Premiere for Opening Night

ATX TV Festival said Monday that opening night of the June 1-4 event will feature the world premiere of FX’s Justified: City Primeval. The 12th iteration of the Austin-based television festival also will include a Dawson’s Creek 25th anniversary screening and conversation as well as a discussion with the cast and creatives of Outlander. Justified: City Primeval, from showrunners/executive […]

Elizabeth Vargas Bets She Can Build a NewsNation “Newscast of Record”

Elizabeth Vargas thinks there’s room for a new evening newscast. “I think a lot of people feel like they’re just being ignored or they’re turned off by the extreme nature of just one side, or the two extremes arguing with each other,” Vargas tells The Hollywood Reporter. “I think there’s a way to cover what’s […]

James Corden Talks Final ‘Late Late’ Shows and Next Steps, With Hopes to Return to Theater: “It’s Absolutely Terrifying”

James Corden is getting honest about his post-Late Late Show steps, admitting to some uncertainty about his future and revealing hopes to return to the theater. “There’s loads of things I’d love to do, but they’re very reliant on people wanting me to do them,” Corden said at a PaleyFest event in Los Angeles on […]

Why John Oliver Barely Addressed Donald Trump’s Indictment on ‘Last Week Tonight’

You knew John Oliver would bring up Donald Trump’s indictment by a grand jury, and he expected you to expect him to. The problem is, he doesn’t feel like we know enough about the actual charges to even talk about it. Joking it had been a “quiet” week, Oliver started out Sunday’s episode of HBO’s […]

Samuel L. Jackson Faces Off Against an Army of Skrulls in Trailer for Marvel’s ‘Secret Invasion’

Samuel L. Jackson is back as Nick Fury and ready to take on the Skrulls in “one last fight” during an explosive new look at the upcoming Disney+ miniseries Secret Invasion. Marvel revealed the newest trailer Sunday, offering a bigger look at its star-studded cast, including Emilia Clarke, Olivia Colman, Don Cheadle, Martin Freeman, Ben Mendelsohn, Cobie […]

Sharon Horgan Reveals New Writing Process for Upcoming ‘Bad Sisters’ Season: Staying in Bed

At the recent Spirit Awards, Sharon Horgan revealed to The Hollywood Reporter that she’s been hard at work writing the second season of her Apple TV+ series Bad Sisters, even if it sounds like she’s stuck in a battle with a snooze button. “Sitting in bed is my new writing process at the moment. It’s […]

‘Dallas’: THR’s 1978 Review

On April 2, 1978, CBS premiered its primetime soap opera Dallas, which would go on to run for fourteen seasons at the network. The Hollywood Reporter’s original review, which appeared as part of a TeleVisions column, is below: PASSING IN REVIEW: Melodrama emerges full blown with Dallas, a new CBS limited run series which debuted […]

Quinta Brunson Calls for Teachers to be Paid “the Money They Deserve” in ‘SNL’ Opening Monologue

Quinta Brunson’s Saturday Night Live opening monologue touched on her career journey from wanting to be on the sketch comedy show to hosting it. She also called for teachers to be paid the money they deserve. “I wanted to be on SNL back in the day, but the audition process seemed a little long,” the […]