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Netflix renews The Kominsky Method for season 2

Netflix renews The Kominsky Method for season 2
Fresh from its success at the Golden Globes where it was honoured with Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy and Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy (Michael Douglas), Netflix has announced that it has renewed its comedy series The Kominsky Method for a second season. Here’s the announcement video…

Created by Chuck Lorre, The Kominsky Method stars Michael Douglas as Sandy Kominsky, an actor who had a brief fling with success years ago, before becoming a revered acting coach. Also featuring in the cast – and returning for the second season – are Alan Arkin as Sandy’s agent Norman Newlander, Sarah Baker as Sandy’s daughter Mindy, and Nancy Travis, as Lisa, a student in Sandy’s acting class.

The first season of The Kominsky Method is available to stream now on Netflix, with season two set to begin production later this month in Los Angeles.
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PGA Awards: ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Repeats as Comedy Series Winner

PGA Awards: ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Repeats as Comedy Series Winner
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” has won the first award at the Producers Guild of America’s awards show, underway at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

The Amazon series topped “Atlanta,” “Barry,” “Glow,” and “The Good Place” in winning the Danny Thomas award. “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” won the award last year.

BlacKkKlansman,” “Black Panther” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Crazy Rich Asians,” “The Favourite,” “Green Book,” “A Quiet Place,” “Roma,” “A Star Is Born” and “Vice” have been nominated for the Producers Guild’s Darryl F. Zanuck Award as the top feature film of 2018. The PGA, which has about 8,200 members, has matched the Oscar for best picture in 20 of its 29 years, including “The Shape of Water” last year.

Nominees for animated films are “The Grinch,” “Incredibles 2,” “Isle of Dogs,” “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” and “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.”

The PGA drama series nominees include the final season of “The Americans,” “Better Call Saul,”
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Riverdale Is Doing Another Musical Episode, and It's Based on an Iconic '80s Teen Movie

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Riverdale Is Doing Another Musical Episode, and It's Based on an Iconic '80s Teen Movie
Riverdale is setting the stage for another musical episode! After putting on a production of Carrie: The Musical during season two, the show will be taking on Heathers: The Musical, based on the 1989 teen film, this time around. The episode will air on March 20 and feature nine songs from the off-Broadway musical.

On Thursday, executive producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa gave a glimpse of the cast list, which includes Veronica (Camila Mendes), Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch), and Betty (Lili Reinhart) as the three Heathers. "Last year, we had a blast doing Carrie," Aguirre-Sacasa said in a statement. "This year, we wanted to honor another iconic teen movie. Heathers: The Musical is Big Fun, with great roles for the Riverdale kids."

And while Jughead (Cole Sprouse) didn't participate in any of the numbers last season, Aguirre-Sacasa added that "everyone is singing" this time around!

Here we go.....❤️
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‘Dirty John’ Finale Hits Highs, ‘True Detective’ Premiere Ratings Rise In L3

‘Dirty John’ Finale Hits Highs, ‘True Detective’ Premiere Ratings Rise In L3
Bravo’s Dirty John ended its run in style, with its Season 1 finale rising to 3.3 million Live+3 viewers, 1.3 million in adults 18-49 and 1.6 million in 25-54. These were season highs for the anthology series, up +10%, +15% and +13% from the penultimate episode, respectively.

Dirty John joins BBC America’s Killing Eve as the only new cable series 2018 to date to grow every week but one in total viewers. From premiere to finale, Dirty John‘s audience grew +1.2M in total viewers, +513k in P18-49 and +611k P25-54 (L3). That is encouraging news for basic cable networks that they can successfully launch and grow serialized, thriller drama series, a prospect that has been put in doubt in light of You‘s lackluster ratings performance on Lifetime before it exploded in popularity on Netflix.

During its run, Dirty John was the 2nd highest-rated scripted series basic and premium cable
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‘Saturday Night Live’: Alec Baldwin, Pete Davidson Lead ‘Deal or No Deal: Government Shutdown Edition’ (Watch)

‘Saturday Night Live’: Alec Baldwin, Pete Davidson Lead ‘Deal or No Deal: Government Shutdown Edition’ (Watch)
After sitting out the live sketches of the final episode of “Saturday Night Live” in 2018, cast member Pete Davidson kicked off the first episode of the new year right from the cold open.

The sketch was a “Deal or No Deal: Government Shutdown Edition” that of course put guest player Alec Baldwin front and center as Donald Trump, just hours after the real-life president went on television to tell the American people he wanted to make a deal to end the shutdown. The reason the deal came in the form of a reality show, explained host Steve Harvey (played by
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SNL: Trump Plays Deal or No Deal... for Hamberders? — Watch Video

The Art of the Deal met Deal or No Deal as NBC’s Saturday Night Live returned from the holiday break.

In the cold open for the first episode of 2019, President Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin) was a contestant on the Howie Mandel-hosted game show, which used to air, like, 13 times a week on NBC and recently was resurrected on CNBC.

In the SNL spoof, Steve Harvey (Kenan Thompson) was subbing for Mandel as Trump played on behalf of his favorite charity, Habitat for Hannity.

Having previously said “No deal!” to what Congress offered in December, as Steve Harvey recapped,
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Freeform’s “Good Trouble”

Good Trouble is a new drama that has started up in January of 2019. Currently, there is an order for 13 episodes. As a result, it will be interesting to see whether Good Trouble can be successful enough to secure further seasons. Here are 10 things that you may or may not have known about Good Trouble: 1. On Freeform For those who are curious, Good Trouble is being broadcast on Freeform, which is a channel aimed at teenagers as well as young adults. It is interesting to note that Freeform have been owned by four different companies, meaning that

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Freeform’s “Good Trouble
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About VH1’s Cartel Crew

The latest docuseries from VH1 is somewhat controversial. Cartel Crew follows the lives of young adults who grew up in families of Columbian drug ring members. It’s similar to Mob Wives but certainly grittier. While these young adults show that they are trying to break from the organized crime they grew up with and start legitimate businesses, it sometimes feels as if they are also capitalizing on their notorious families. Cartel Crew premiered on VH1 on January 7. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about VH1’s Cartel Crew. 1. The Premise Cartel Crew follows the lives of young adults

10 Things You Didn’t Know About VH1’s Cartel Crew
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Why Love and Hip Hop From Miami Differs from the Rest

Love and hip-hop is a popular reality TV show that talks about the lives of famous rappers and R&B singers. It gets into their personal lives to see how they balance their career, love life, and family. The show became very popular because of its genuine appeal, drama, and excitement. In fact, it has become very addicting that producers decided to create multiple series in different states. For example, love and hip pop Miami features famous artist like Trina, Prince, Bobby Lights, Shay Johnson, and Trick Daddy. These individuals are gifted, focus, and impressive. They live a crazy life, but

Why Love and Hip Hop From Miami Differs from the Rest
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Is Outlander's Bonnet a Bigger Villain Than Black Jack? An Ep Weighs In

Is Outlander's Bonnet a Bigger Villain Than Black Jack? An Ep Weighs In
Anyone who watched the preview for this Sunday’s Outlander (Starz, 8/7c) knows that, like the bad penny he is, Stephen Bonnet is poised to return.

The Irishman is a scheming, unrepentant scoundrel who has stolen, raped and murdered — and that’s just taking into account what’s happened since Jamie and Claire made his acquaintance in this season’s premiere. But is he a worse villain than Black Jack Randall, a misogynistic sadist who derived both physical and emotional pleasure from breaking Jamie’s body and spirit in Seasons 1 and 2?

We posed that question to Outlander executive producer Matthew B. Roberts
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Shemar Moore

Shemar Moore is a guy that makes the women swoon since he’s built, his handsome, and he has a calm and collected manner in whatever role he’s playing that turns their legs to jelly since he acts like a sensitive and very caring man. To guys he’s someone to emulate as the effect he has on women is something that many want to emulate and a lot want to use as their own style in their own way. But in truth he doesn’t really care about the style all that much. Looking good is, to him, a great way to

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Shemar Moore
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Jodie Sweetin

When Full House went off the air it was enough for some people to wonder just where everyone would go now that one of America’s favorite TV shows was gone. A few of them went on to do other things and stayed busy for a while, while a couple others kind of dropped off the map to do their own things that didn’t amount to much but were still capable of keeping them afloat. Jodie Sweetin was one of the most recognizable of the bunch to those that had watched the show, and yet she was probably one of those

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Jodie Sweetin
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‘Dynasties’: How Producers Captured This Epic ‘Game of Thrones’ Tale With Fangs

‘Dynasties’: How Producers Captured This Epic ‘Game of Thrones’ Tale With Fangs
“Dynasties” is a new breed of nature documentary. With drama this thrilling and gut-wrenching, it’s not for the faint of heart. More intense than “Planet Earth,” “Dynasties” sticks with one animal family per episode to follow their heartbreaking fates and triumphant fortunes.

“It’s a very different editorial approach,” says longtime nature program narrator Sir David Attenborough. “The thought was we’ll watch them over the next two-and-a-half years and show you exactly what happens. We won’t fiddle around with it; we will show the action as truthful as we can.”

These are cutthroat stories of survival that have the highest of stakes. Yes, these are actual creatures who live and die in the wild, but also each of the animals featured on the BBC-produced series is on the endangered species list. If a real, concerted effort isn’t made to protect them, “Dynasties” could be one
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The Five Best Kristen Bell Movies of Her Career

Sometimes it’s hard to see Kristen Bell as anything but the good girl, but she’s played someone that’s not quite so naive and has been anything but good before. But something about her just seems to say that she’s bound to be the protagonist more than the antagonist in whatever she plays, a telltale look that she has that seems to almost scream “good”. Throughout her career though she’s exercised a ranger of characters that has managed to elevate her status in show business in a way that has made it clear that she’s not bound to one role or

The Five Best Kristen Bell Movies of Her Career
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Will Magnum P.I. Lose a Big Bounty to a Pretty Protégé This Sunday? — Watch

Magnum P.I.‘s titular sleuth has swapped his Ferrari for a Vespa (!) — but that’s not the only twist on tap in this Sunday’s special outing of the freshman drama.

Airing Sunday following CBS’ broadcast of the NFL’s Afc Championship Game, the episode “Winner Takes All” finds Magnum (played by Jay Hernandez) and every other private investigator and bounty hunter on Oahu scrambling to track down a man accused of murder, with a $200K bounty dangled before them.

In the sneak peek above, Magnum has followed a lead to a storage unit, only to discover rival P.
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How the Show Lethal Weapon has Changed Since Season 1

Lethal Weapon is a Fox show that can be best-described as being a buddy cop show with both comedic and dramatic elements. For those who remember the 1980s and 1990s, it is indeed based on the film franchise of the same name, though for obvious reasons, its cast is very different. Currently, Lethal Weapon is on its third season, so it should come as no surprise to learn that it has seen a fair amount of change from its starting position in Season 1. How Has Lethal Weapon Changed Since Season 1? For starters, Lethal Weapon isn’t a static show

How the Show Lethal Weapon has Changed Since Season 1
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Josh Owens from Moonshiners

What do you know about the star of Moonshiners, Josh Owens? Many fans of the show, which airs on the Discovery Channel, have expressed a desire to learn more about him. His charming and humble personality has made him a definite fan favorite on the show, so if you are one of those individuals who longs for more information, here are 10 things about him that you probably don’t already know. 1. He’s a professional racer For years, he’s been on the back of a motorcycle. As a matter of fact, he says he can scarcely remember a time when

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Josh Owens from Moonshiners
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Masked Singer Week 3: Biggest Clues About the Lion, Monster and More

The reveal of the third Masked Singer on Wednesdsay changed the game for those of us watching from home. With the introductory episodes out of the way, we’re now finally able to put our theories to the test — and so far, we’re doing good.

That’s right, TVLine is officially 1 for 1, having correctly guessed that former NFL superstar Terry Bradshaw was hiding (and sweating profusely) under that Deer costume. And after the fresh batch of clues we received this week about the Peacock, the Monster, the Unicorn and the Lion, we’re pretty confident in our picks for
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How Mysteries at the Museum Has Changed Since Season 1

Mysteries at the Museum continues to be a hit show on the Travel Channel. Since 2010, there have already been 21 seasons of Mysteries at the Museum with the 22nd season starting this year. Mysteries at the Museum follows host Don Wildman as he travels to find and investigate different artifacts with unusual and mysterious origins. The program has evolved to include investigations of a variety of mysteries throughout history. Mysteries of the Museum has spawned two spin offs, Monumental Mysteries and Greatest Mysteries. There have also been many specials. Here’s how Mysteries at the Museum has changed since Season

How Mysteries at the Museum Has Changed Since Season 1
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Sex and the City's Sarah Jessica Parker Teases Carrie Bradshaw Return

Hold on to your Jimmy Choos, something amazing is in the works!

Sarah Jessica Parker took to Instagram this weekend to tease the return of her beloved Sex and the City character, Carrie Bradshaw. In a video recreating the opening credits of Sex and the City, Parker teased a brief return of her

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