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Returning on Friday, Dec. 8 (in all territories where Netflix is available), The Crown recalls the reign of Queen Elizabeth II (played by Golden Globe/SAG Award winner and Emmy nominee Claire Foy) as the fragile social order established after World War II breaks apart.
Season 2 — beginning with soldiers in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces fighting an illegal war in Egypt, »
In the recent issue of People, actress Meg Tilly, 56, opened up about what made her walk away from fame in her early 30s, opting instead to live a simple, mostly anonymous life in Canada to raise her three children.
“My mantra was that I wanted to get my kids safely to adulthood,” Tilly — who starred in acclaimed ’80s films like The Big Chill and Agnes of God — says about why she left the movie business. She instead devoted herself to her kids, taking care of them and their every need. “I don’t know if I did my son’s wives a disservice now, »
- Gillian Telling
Kirsten Howard Aug 11, 2017
Netflix's ongoing royal family drama, The Crown, will return in December. Watch a brand new trailer for season 2...
Fans of Netflix's The Crown won't have long to wait for new episodes of the series, as the streaming service have revealed that they will be releasing season 2 on December 8th globally.
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We've also got a brand new trailer for the second season. Watch it below...
Starring Claire Foy, Matt Smith and Victoria Hamilton, the show has already won plenty of awards, but it looks like season 2 will be even bigger, as Queen Elizabeth II attempts to move with the times. The 60s are here, and steeped in revolution. What will that mean for Britain's royal family?
More as we have it.
The Crown season 2 release date
Claire Foy has hinted that a premiere party has been scheduled for September, so we »
ClexaCon, a new convention celebrating Lgbtq women in entertainment, generated such interest among both fans and actors that “Grey’s Anatomy” star Sara Ramirez turned up in Las Vegas to attend the event, which was held over the weekend.
“Got 4 hours of sleep 2 b at last day of ClexaCon & so worth it! Loving it,” Ramirez tweeted Sunday. The actress, who played Dr. Callie Torres on “Grey’s Anatomy” and is, like the character, bisexual, stayed all day Sunday and sat in the audience for a series of lively panels, including conversations about the representation of queer women of color in the media and why authentic representation for Lgbtq women matters. The panel about depictions of queer women of color in the media spontaneously re-convened as the convention drew to a close, and Ramirez participated in that conversation, staying on as long as she could to talk with panelists and take photos with attendees.
- Maureen Ryan
Ali Liebert (Bomb Girls) has booked a recurring role opposite Kyra Sedgwick on ABC's new straight-to-series drama Ten Days in the Valley, from Tassie Cameron (Rookie Blue) and Skydance Television. The series follows Jane Sadler (Sedgwick), an overworked television producer and single mother in the middle of a separation whose life is turned upside down when her young daughter goes missing in the middle of the night. Just like her controversial police TV show, everything… »
5 items from 2017
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