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‘Bluey’ Special Draws a Big Audience for Disney+

The much-discussed special episode of Bluey is also the most watched episode of the show on Disney+. The April 14 installment of the beloved preschool series, “The Sign,” racked up 10.4 million views worldwide on Disney+ in the week after its release, the streamer says. (The view count is the total viewing time divided by […]

Tori Spelling and Shannen Doherty Recall How Their Friendship “Dissipated” During ‘90210’

Tori Spelling and Shannen Doherty reunited this week to recall a falling out that the two of them had while working on Beverly Hills, 90210 — but neither of them could remember the cause. Doherty hosted Spelling on her Let’s Be Clear podcast, sharing toward the beginning that the two friends were “trying to figure […]

Emmy Predictions via The Feinberg Forecast: Scott’s Updated Picks, Featuring 11 New Categories

Since the last update: This week’s Feinberg Forecast includes 11 categories that were not a part of last week’s, including those covering writing (drama, comedy, limited or anthology series, variety series, variety special and nonfiction program), reality programs (structured, unstructured and competition), game shows and animated programs. It is also the first edition to include […]

Huw Edwards Leaving BBC on “Medical Advice” After 40-Year Career

Huw Edwards, a longtime British TV presenter and host of the BBC‘s flagship News at Ten program until July 2023, has resigned. On Monday, the U.K. pubcaster said Edwards took medical advice before deciding to officially resign from the BBC after stepping away nine months ago following a June 2023 report from The Sun that alleged Edwards had paid a […]

Dusty Kay, Writer and Producer on ‘Entourage’ and ‘Roseanne,’ Dies at 69

Dusty Kay, a writer and Emmy-nominated producer with credits including Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Roseanne and Entourage, has died. He was 69. Kay died April 10 in Summerlin, Nevada, after an undescribed brief illness, Bill Nuss, his friend and longtime collaborator, announced. The pair authored the book for a musical based […]

Emmy-Nominated Series ‘Off Script With The Hollywood Reporter’ Gets Second Season at AMC Networks

The Hollywood Reporter on Monday announced the return of its Emmy-nominated series Off Script With The Hollywood Reporter. In a partnership with AMC Networks, the second season of the show will premiere May 24, at a new time of 10 p.m. PT/1 a.m. ET, exclusively on IFC and streaming on AMC+. New episodes will continue […]

Stephen Colbert Aspires to Return to Acting at Some Point, Cites Dream Role in ‘A Man for All Seasons’

Stephen Colbert closed out Los Angeles’ annual PaleyFest TV festival Sunday afternoon, as he sat down for a conversation with comedian Ben Schwartz about his career and time at The Late Show desk. During the wide-ranging chat inside the Dolby Theatre — which ranged from Colbert’s start in Chicago’s improv scene to his stint as […]

Meg Bennett, Soap Opera Actress and Writer, Dies at 75

Meg Bennett, the Daytime Emmy winner who did double duty as an actress and writer on the daytime soap operas The Young and the Restless, General Hospital and Santa Barbara, has died. She was 75. Bennett died April 11 after a battle with cancer, her family announced. Bennett portrayed Marty Maraschino for more than two […]

‘The Jinx’ Filmmaker Andrew Jarecki Says Despite True-Crime Boom Robert Durst “Is Kind of a Unicorn”

Since HBO’s The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst aired in 2015, Durst, who was arrested shortly before the docuseries’ shocking finale, was convicted of murder in 2021 before dying months later. In that time, true-crime projects have proliferated in the wake of hits like The Jinx and contemporary docuseries Making a Murderer, […]

Ncuti Gatwa Says While “White Mediocrity” Gets Celebrated, Black People Must Be “Flawless” to Get Half That

Doctor Who star Ncuti Gatwa is getting candid about his battle with acceptance. The actor, who has faced backlash for his role as the hit show’s first Black lead, recently opened up in an interview with Attitude magazine about what he’s learned over the years regarding what he deserves in life. “We’re trained to be […]

‘Bluey’ Isn’t Done Yet: New Episode Follows “The Sign”

It turns out “The Sign,” the widely discussed and critically adored Bluey special, wasn’t a series finale after all. The beloved kids’ show has at least one more episode in it — and it’s set to debut on April 21. The episode, appropriately titled “Surprise,” is set to stream on Disney+ at 3 a.m. ET/midnight […]

Bill Maher Says ‘Quiet on Set’ Made Nickelodeon Look Like “Neverland Ranch With Craft Services”

Bill Maher took some time during his “New Rules” segment on Real Time Friday to offer his takeaways from the Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV docuseries. “As one of the few people in the public eye who’s gone through life and never had kids, someone’s got to tell me why I’m […]

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Crowns Winner for Season 16

[The following story includes spoilers for the season 16 finale of RuPaul‘s Drag Race.] RuPaul’s Drag Race has crowned a new champion. Nymphia Wind happily accepted the crown for America’s Next Drag Superstar during the season 16 finale on Friday night, becoming the first Taiwanese American drag queen to be named the show’s winner. Her final lip sync […]

Shonda Rhimes Recalls Meeting Taylor Swift for the First Time in Her ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Office

Shonda Rhimes took a moment to reflect on meeting Taylor Swift for the first time in her Grey’s Anatomy office before her song, “White Horse,” was used at the beginning of season five of the hit ABC series. In a conversation with People for its special Grey’s issue, the showrunner recalled when the Grammy-winning artist […]

‘CSI: Vegas’ and ‘So Help Me Todd’ Canceled at CBS

After renewing 11 scripted shows for 2024-25, CBS has made its first cancellations of the spring. The network says second-year dramedy So Help Me Todd and drama CSI: Vegas, which is in its third season, won’t return. The two shows were among just a handful of CBS scripted series whose futures were up in the […]

50 Cent Expands Film and TV Empire by Launching G-Unit Studios in Louisiana

On Thursday, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson unveiled his G-Unit Studios in Shreveport, Louisiana, where he’ll continue to expand his film and TV projects. “As someone who has always believed in the transformative power of music, film and television, I’m beyond excited to introduce the expansion of my G-Unit Film & Television through the launch of […]