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‘Percy Jackson’ Premiere Moves Up on Disney+, Hulu

Percy Jackson’s quest is beginning a little sooner than anticipated. Disney+ moved up the premiere of its Percy Jackson and the Olympians series by a few hours. The first two episodes, which had been scheduled to begin streaming early Wednesday, instead dropped at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT Tuesday. The first episode is also streaming […]

Charles Melton Says ‘Riverdale’ Was His Version of Juilliard, Helped Him “Refine This Work Ethic”

Riverdale was a learning experience for Charles Melton. Melton — who has already received a best supporting actor award at the Gotham Awards for his performance in May December and a Golden Globe nomination — opened up about how the CW series based on Archie Comics played a critical part in his growth as an […]

‘What We Do in the Shadows’ to End With Season 6 on FX

FX is preparing to say goodbye to Staten Island’s favorite coven of vampires. The cable outlet will bring its comedy What We Do in the Shadows to a close with its forthcoming sixth season. The series is entering the back half of a two-season renewal that will take the show to its conclusion. A spinoff […]

‘My Life With the Walter Boys’ Earns Speedy Season 2 Renewal at Netflix

Netflix is going back to Colorado. The streaming giant has handed out a speedy second-season renewal for the series My Life With the Walter Boys. The young adult drama based on the book from author Ali Novak bowed Dec. 7 and is currently the No. 1 show on Netflix’s global English top 10 TV list, […]

Emmys: Writers Guild Calls for Reinstatement of Variety Writing Award in Primetime Telecast

The Writers Guild of America is escalating its pressure on the Television Academy after the organization removed the outstanding writing for a variety series/special award from the Emmys telecast. On Tuesday the union sent a letter from major variety series and specials hosts and a petition signed by more than 1,400 members to Television Academy […]

Hannah Waddingham-Octavia Spencer Action-Adventure Show Lands at Amazon

Consider this Thelma & Louise meets Jack Ryan. Amazon, following an intensive bidding war, has landed the action-adventure show starring Hannah Waddingham and Octavia Spencer with an eight-episode, straight-to-series order. The untitled show is based on an original idea from Tessa Coates (Feel Good) that was taken out to six of the major streamers, four […]

Why Japan Is on the Precipice of a Content Boom

For the past year and a half, Netflix’s Minyoung Kim, the Asia-based executive commonly credited with building the company’s winning strategy in Korea, hasn’t been spending much time in Seoul. Instead, the content vp who famously greenlit Squid Game has been living full-time in Tokyo, where she has been laying the groundwork for Netflix’s next […]

Angela Bassett, Dan Stevens, Matthew Modine Board Netflix’s ‘Zero Day’

The A-list cast of Netflix’s Zero Day continues to grow. The limited series starring Robert De Niro has added five actors — Angela Bassett, Dan Stevens, Matthew Modine, Bill Camp and McKinley Belcher III — to its ensemble. Clark Gregg, Gaby Hoffmann and Mark Ivanir have also signed on for guest roles. They join a cast […]

‘The Buccaneers’ Renewed at Apple TV+

Apple TV+ is staying on course with The Buccaneers. The tech giant’s streaming service has ordered a second season of The Buccaneers, its period drama based on an unfinished novel by Edith Wharton. The renewal comes less than a week after the show’s Dec. 13 season finale. “It’s been a complete thrill to watch people […]

Thanksgiving Week Fuels November Boost in TV Use

TV usage in November hit its highest point in 10 months, due in large part to heavy levels of viewing over the Thanksgiving holiday. Broadcast networks also hit their highest share of viewing since January. Streaming once again claimed the biggest portion of viewers’ time, although its share was off a little from the previous […]

Logan Lerman Praises ‘Percy Jackson’ Series, Cast: “You Have a Hit Show on Your Hands”

Add Logan Lerman to the list of people who are excited about Percy Jackson and the Olympians, the Disney+ television adaptation of Rick Riordan’s best-selling novels. The actor, who portrayed the title hero in the films based on the first two novels in the series, shared a sweet note with the main cast of the […]

‘Warrior’ Canceled (Again) at Max

The revival of Warrior at Max turned out to be short-lived: The Warner Bros. Discovery streamer has canceled the show after its first season as a Max original and third overall. That said, the series — based on writings by Bruce Lee and set in 19th century San Francisco — will potentially get in front […]

‘Wednesday’ Uncle Fester Spinoff in the Works at Netflix

Netflix is looking to add another branch to its Addams Family tree. The streamer is in the early stages of development on a spinoff of Wednesday. The potential series would focus on Uncle Fester, Wednesday’s (Jenna Ortega) paternal uncle, played by Fred Armisen. That a spinoff would be in the offing is no surprise, given […]

George Santos Talks Donald Trump, Hermès and Political Future in Interview With Ziwe: “I’ll Be Back”

George Santos may have been expelled from the U.S. Congress, but he’s not going anywhere, the disgraced politician told comedian and interviewer Ziwe on Monday.   “I’ll be back. I’m 35. They’re all in their 50s. I’ll outlive them, each and every one of them,” the disgraced Republican politician told Ziwe during a sit-down interview on […]

James McCaffrey, ‘Rescue Me’ and ‘Max Payne’ Actor, Dies at 65

James McCaffrey, who portrayed the firefighter and 9/11 victim Jimmy Keefe on Rescue Me and provided the voice of the title character in Max Payne video games, has died. He was 65. McCaffrey died Sunday at his home in Larchmont, New York, after a battle with myeloma, his wife, actress Rochelle Boström, told The Hollywood […]

John Oliver Lobs Insults at Elon Musk on ‘Last Week Tonight’: “A Man Who Can Pull Off Pretty Much Any Bad Guy in a Movie”

John Oliver did a deep dive into Elon Musk on Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, and came up with a slew of insults to lob at the billionaire tech mogul. “This is our final show of the year, so we thought we’d focus on someone who’s had a pretty big 12 months,” the HBO late night […]