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Daily Archives : Feb 10, 2017

Shia LaBeouf’s Art Installation Gets Shut Down — Four Years Ahead of Schedule

Shia LaBeouf planned to keep his New York art installation going for the next four years — coinciding with the Trump administration’s current term — but instead the project has been shut down after three weeks. The Museum of the…

Coen Brothers Working on ‘Explosive Reimagining’ of Gangster Classic

Joel and Ethan Coen are polishing up the script for a planned remake of the beloved 1983 Brian De Palma movie “Scarface,” the AP reports. Universal Pictures announced today that the project, which the studio calls “an explosive reimagining” of…

Debra Messing Accuses Director of Sexual Harassment

Debra Messing, who starred on TV in “Will & Grace” and “The Secrets of Laura,” says film director Alfonso Arau sexually harassed her on the set of the 1995 movie “A Walk in the Clouds,” her first big Hollywood film….

Fox Moves Forward With Second Medical Drama

A medical drama that’s in the works at Fox has received an order from the network for a pilot. Deadline.com reports that Fox ordered a pilot for “The Beast,” from former “ER” executive producer Neal Baer. “Launching a medical drama…

ABC Renews a Whole Night of Prime Time

ABC isn’t messing around with its latest series renewal announcement. The network announced today that it has renewed its entire Thursday night prime-time lineup — the “TGIT” lineup consisting of dramas “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal” and “How to Get Away With…

Cable Net Pulls Plug on Two Shows — Are More Cancellations on the Way?

News of two sitcom cancellations prompted speculation that something bigger may be going on at MTV. Deadline.com reports that Chris McCarthy, president of MTV, VH1 and Logo, revealed that the freshman comedies “Loosely Exactly Nicole” and “Mary + Jane” will…

‘Must See TV’: When Big Risks Were the Norm and Big Ratings Were the Payoff

NBC’s golden era of “Must See TV,” when “Seinfeld,” “ER,” “Friends” and other Peacock staples ruled the airwaves, was back in the spotlight this week at a special newsmaker luncheon at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Many of the former NBC…

CBS Partners With Indie Producer — One New Project Already in the Pipeline

CBS Corp. announced today that it has entered into a strategic partnership with the independent production company Kapital Entertainment, founded by Aaron Kaplan. The company is behind the current Netflix comedy “Santa Clarita Diet,” HBO’s “Divorce” and CBS’s “Life in…

Undecided on Whether to Watch Sunday’s Grammy Awards? Here’s the Lineup

This year’s Grammy Awards, set for Sunday, Feb. 12, on CBS, will be a star-studded affair — just as the ceremony is every year. CBS today released an updated list of presenters and performers for the event, which will be…

Attention ‘Silicon Valley’ Fans: The Wait Is Almost Over

Good news arrived today for viewers who have been eagerly awaiting the return of the HBO comedy “Silicon Valley.” The pay-cable channel announced today that season four is on the way, with the premiere date set for Sunday, April 23….