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‘Friends From College’ Canceled on Netflix After Two Seasons

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‘Friends From College’ Canceled on Netflix After Two Seasons
Netflix has canceled “Friends From College” after two seasons. Co-creator Nicholas Stoller broke the news to fans Monday night on Twitter.

“Friends from College will not be returning for a third season,” Stoller said. “Thanks to everyone who watched it. Happy Presidents’ Day!”

Netflix soon issued its own statement confirming the news. “We’re grateful to creators Nick Stoller and Francesca Delbanco for creating a wise, funny and supremely relatable show,” the network said. “We also want to thank the hard-working crew, and we raise a glass to the amazingly talented cast including Keegan-Michael Key, Fred Savage, Cobie Smulders, Nat Faxon, Annie Parisse, Jae Suh Park and Billy Eichner.”

Created by Stoller and Delbanco and directed by Stoller, the dramedy centered on a group of Harvard pals played by Key,
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"The Punisher" & "Jessica Jones" Canceled By Netflix

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Exactly a month after the launch of its second season on Netflix, Marvel’s The Punisher has had to bite the bullet as has Jessica Jones.

As the only two series from the TV arm of the comic giant still left on the streamer, there will be no Season 3 of the Jon Bernthal led vigilante series, I’ve learned. The completed third season of the Krysten Ritter starring Jessica Jones will still appear on the streamer but will be put on ice for good after that.

This marks the end of the multi-series, big bucks and big ambitions relationship between Marvel and Netflix that started in 2013 with the announcement of four series and a The Defenders limited series.

“Marvel’s The Punisher will not return for a third season on Netflix,” Netflix confirmed today to Deadline. “Showrunner Steve Lightfoot, the terrific crew, and exceptional cast including star Jon Bernthal,
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‘Stan & Ollie’ Producer to Make TV Series About Joan and Jackie Collins

‘Stan & Ollie’ Producer to Make TV Series About Joan and Jackie Collins
The colorful lives of movie star Joan Collins and her bestselling novelist sister, Jackie, will be dramatized in a TV series. Sony-backed Fable Pictures, the British film and TV producer behind “Stan & Ollie,” will make the series, having secured the TV rights to the Collinses’ story.

The series, which has the working title “Joan & Jackie,” will trace the sisters’ journeys from postwar London to Hollywood stardom as Alexis Carrington in “Dynasty” and literary fame as the author of “Valley of the Dolls,” respectively. No broadcaster or platform is officially attached yet, but Sony Pictures Television will take the six-part show out internationally.
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America’s Got Talent: Best In The World Crowned. Cirque du Solei Performs.

After seven episodes of competition and emotional roller coasters, it’s finally time to crown the champion of champions. On tonight’s episode of America’s Got Talent: The Champions, twelve finalists hope one of them will win it all. Of course, it’s up to the superfans from all fifty states to decide their fate. There were a lot of amusing moments in tonight’s finale. Preacher Lawson tries to find a partner to perform. In the end, everyone (including Terry Crews) turned him down when he failed to deliver on other types of skills. The part where he tries to do magic with

America’s Got Talent: Best In The World Crowned. Cirque du Solei Performs.
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‘Friends From College’ Canceled by Netflix

Netflix has canceled comedy series “Friends From College” after two seasons.

“Friends from College will not return for a third season,” a Netflix spokesperson said in a statement Monday. “We’re grateful to creators Nick Stoller and Francesca Delbanco for creating a wise, funny and supremely relatable show. We also want to thank the hard-working crew, and we raise a glass to the amazingly talented cast including Keegan-Michael Key, Fred Savage, Cobie Smulders, Nat Faxon, Annie Parisse, Jae Suh Park and Billy Eichner.”

Co-created by Nicholas Stoller and Francesca Delbanco, the series starred Key, Savage, Smulders, Fazon, Parisse, Park, and
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Manifest Boss Breaks Down That Finale Shocker and What it Means for Season 2

We're finally starting to see the bigger picture on Manifest. Monday's shocking Season 1 finale featured a major reveal that sets up the rest of the series while also raising even bigger questions about what it all means.

As we learn more about psychic phenomenon known as the Calling, how the

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Other Links From TVGuide.com ManifestJosh DallasMelissa RoxburghJ.R. Ramirez
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The Good Doctor Recap: Will the New Chief End Shaun's Surgical Career?

The Good Doctor Recap: Will the New Chief End Shaun's Surgical Career?
Fall behind? Read our previous The Good Doctor recap here.

This week on The Good Doctor, Daniel Dae Kim scrubs in as new chief of surgery Jackson Han, and immediately takes issue with Shaun. Meanwhile, Melendez operates on a wealthy CEO, while Glassman tries his best to keep to himself during chemo.

Han is a no-show for his own welcome brunch, hosted by Andrews and Allegra. Instead, he makes his debut in the Or, assisting Lim, Claire and Shaun on a procedure involving a newborn named Percy. She has multiple life-threatening birth defects affecting her heart and abdomen. Han insists on operating with music,
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Manifest's Season 1 Finale Just Teased the Show's Season 6 Cliffhanger

As NBC’s yet-to-be-renewed Manifest wrapped its freshman run this Monday, was the landing smooth or a bit bumpy? Oh, and how about that Season 6 finale cliffhanger!

The season’s final calling was to “Stop Him,” which everyone took to mean James Griffin, the guy who jumped time while submerged underwater for nearly four days, and then used his own calling to stop a bomb threat and thus earn himself a free pass for multiple homicides. Freshly sprung from jail and suited up, Griffin booked a live hit on Not the Today Show, where he planned to reveal his “super
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The Bachelor Recap: Still No Fence Jump, but Plenty of Drama

This week's The Bachelor started with Colton Underwood still reeling from three eliminated ladies warning him about someone or some people not being ready to get married. Who is it? Is she gonna be the one to make him jump the fence? Read on.

Colton and the girls returned stateside for a visit to

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Meet The Women of “Blue Bloods”

When most of the TV viewing public thinks about the hit show “Blue Bloods”, well, we just naturally think of Tom Selleck and Donnie Wahlberg. Maybe it’s because we’re all “Magnum P.I.” fans,. Or, perhaps we’re just NKotB (New Kids on the Block) fans. What could be more fun than watching Donnie and his Boston boy-band dance and sing? Well, watching him kick-ass on the bad guys is just as much fun. Or, how about watching him stick the bad guy’s head in a toilet? And, Tom Selleck is just as sexy as ever

Meet The Women of “Blue Bloods
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America's Got Talent: The Champions Finale Recap: Did the Right Act Win?

America's Got Talent: The Champions Finale Recap: Did the Right Act Win?
Following seven weeks of fierce competition, America’s Got Talent: The Champions has finally crowned its winner, someone Simon Cowell claims to be “the best of the best of the best of the best of the best.” (Did we miss any?)

But before revealing the champion of Champions, Monday’s two-hour finale looked back on the high points of the season. Viewers were even treated to encore performances from fan-favorite contestants like Tokio Myers, the Clairvoyants and Jackie Evancho.

And if behind-the-scenes history is more your speed, you probably loved the finale’s special look at how America’s Got
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Friends From College Cancelled After 2 Seasons at Netflix

Friends From College has been expelled. Netflix has cancelled the ensemble comedy after two seasons, a Netflix rep confirms to TVLine. The show’s co-creator, Nicholas Stoller, announced the news late Monday on Twitter.

Friends from College will not be returning for a third season. Thanks to everyone who watched it. Happy Presidents’ Day!

— nicholasstoller (@nicholasstoller) February 19, 2019

Starring a TV vet-stacked cast that included Cobie Smulders, Keegan-Michael Key, Annie Parisse, Nat Faxon, Fred Savage, Jae Suh Park and Billy Eichner, Friends From College debuted in July 2017. The series’ eight-episode second season — which featured a guest turn by ScrubsSarah Chalke — dropped on Jan.
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How Live Pd Helps Build Community Relationshops

Like its name suggests, Live Pd is one of a number of unscripted shows that are based on the premise of following police officers in the course of their duties and responsibilities. This means that the show offers live feeds from a number of law enforcement agencies, though in practice, the footage is delayed for a few seconds to even a few minutes because of the need to prevent inappropriate material from being shown on the TV screen. Regardless, it is interesting to note that the participants on Live Pd have shown a wide range of responses to their experiences.

How Live Pd Helps Build Community Relationshops
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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Stars on Keeping Clark Gregg's Season 6 Return a Secret, How His New Role Is a 'Treat for Fans'

When TVLine visited the Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. set in December, Chloe Bennet spoke of how Daisy has been mourning former director Phil Coulson. At the time — as with many things Marvel — one had to wonder if semantics were at play. But as since has been double-secret confirmed, the team’s director did in fact succumb to his fatal affliction.

“I wasn’t lying,” Bennet said when we reconnected at ABC’s TCA party earlier this month. “We have been mourning Coulson.”

And yet, Clark Gregg will be back for Season 6 (premiering in May), news that only recently came to the fore.
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Five Memorable Guest Appearances on Will and Grace

You either love Will & Grace or…you just need something to watch. It’s kind of hard to hate this show since it is rather upbeat and does have a lot of colorful and very engaging characters. One other thing that’s great about it is that the show does feature a lot of guests that are rather famous and while some of them have been recurring in the past others have kind of come and gone, making an appearance now and then and then moving on. While those that stick around are there to satisfy a plot point they’re still typically

Five Memorable Guest Appearances on Will and Grace
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Mandy Moore Opens Up About Her Marriage to Ryan Adams: ‘I Was So Sad’

Mandy Moore Opens Up About Her Marriage to Ryan Adams: ‘I Was So Sad’
Mandy Moore opened up about her marriage to Ryan Adams on Monday’s episode of Marc Maron’s “Wtf” podcast. While the interview was taped before the publication of the Feb. 13 New York Times report in which multiple women, including Moore, accuse Adams of sexual misconduct or emotionally abusive behavior, she speaks freely about the “unhealthy dynamic” in the marriage, which lasted from 2009 to 2016.

“I was living my life for him,” Moore says on the show. “It [was] an entirely unhealthy dynamic. I had no sense of self.

“I felt like I was drowning,” she continues. “It was so untenable and
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Phor Brumfield

Phor Brumfield is a guy that you really have to know of to get into since he belongs to a channel, or crew, that isn’t everyone’s cup of tea so to speak. His profession is one that a lot of people utilize and a lot of folks with a great deal of creative talent get into, but it’s still one that society seems divided on at times. Tattoos are more or less an expression of someone’s inner desires, needs, or self-expression that allow them to show people what they might be feeling on the inside. Phor is one of those

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Phor Brumfield
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TV Goes to the Movies: Your Guide to 90+ Adaptations — Lost Boys, Chucky, Rogue One, Resident Evil and More

TV Goes to the Movies: Your Guide to 90+ Adaptations — Lost Boys, Chucky, Rogue One, Resident Evil and More
It’s not often that we here at TVLine deliver movie-related news. But when movies become TV? That’s another matter.

As the #PeakTV era continues, we’re seeing (with increasing frequency) a number of small-screen projects that got their start on the silver screen. In recent years, films such as Dear White People, Rush Hour, Get Shorty, Taken and more have gotten TV adaptations of some sort — and the trend isn’t stopping anytime soon.

To that end, we’ve compiled a handy gallery to help you keep track of the many movies that have TV versions in various stages of development.
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The Five Best Billie Eilish Songs of Her Career

So far in her career Billie Eilish has yet to really see much of anything come of her career, though listening to her music it seems as though it might be soon enough that she could be seen as someone that’s worth the attention since one of her videos has gone viral and she does seem to have a wealth of talent that could be extremely marketable as well as meaningful for those that want to listen. Having come out in 2015 she’s been on the scene for just a few years, but that’s enough to have released several tracks

The Five Best Billie Eilish Songs of Her Career
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Time’s Up President Lisa Borders Resigns

Lisa Borders has resigned as president of Time’s Up, she and the organization announced on Monday.

Borders is resigning due to family issues, she said in a statement. Time’s Up COO Rebecca Goldman will now serve as interim CEO.

“As Time’s Up continues to grow, I am proud of the work I have done to shepherd its continued development,” Borders said. “Unfortunately, it is with deep regret that I must resign from Time’s Up to address family concerns that require my singular focus. I appreciate the opportunity to support this mission and I hope my efforts will continue to resonate.
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