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The Council of Economic Advisers to the President of The United States of America has super interns
Kroll, co-founder of apps HQ Trivia and Vine, was found dead in his New York apartment Sunday. Vine revolutionized video sharing on social media.
Panini Comics Italia used Lucca Comics & Games in Tuscany this weekend to announced a number of new series, including Space Opera. The latest work of
Cinemax is set to show viewers a more "dangerous" side to Harry Potter creator/author J.K. Rowling, setting Friday, June 1, 10 p.m. ET for the premiere of its action-packed series based on pseudonym Robert Galbraith's crime novels, C.B. Strike.
Spoiler Crimes, High Fidelity Reboot, Hogan's "All Wrestlers Matter" Problem, and More [The Weekly Static s01e34]
The Weekly Static is our look at the past week in the land of the networks, cable, streaming, smoke signals, cloud formations, and shadow puppets from an interesting and entertaining perspective. The Weekly Static's 'League of Extraordinary Gentlefolk' consists of myself, Rocky, Trejo, Bat-Murr, and Margo Staten.
To say it's been a rough couple of months for Starz's American Gods would be a serious understatement, especially considering their series adaptation of author and executive producer Neil Gaiman's novel is coming off of a strong first season.
After weeks of "will he/won't he" confusion, of course it would be Dee who has the scoop on her "brother's" future. With Kaitlin Olson wrapping up Season 2 of her Fox sitcom The Mick, the actress confirmed that her It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-star Glenn Howerton (A.P. Bio) would return to the FXX series.
Welcome back to Bleeding Cool’s recap/review of NBC’s Thursday night comedy series A.P. Bio, starring It’s Always in Sunny in Philadelphia's Glenn Howerton and Happy!'s Patton Oswalt. After last week's "fall from grace" (it happens), here's hoping tonight's 'Rosemary's Boyfriend' gets the series back on track...
From the streets of Mega-City One to the bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise to...kicking the holy hell out of super-heroes on the government dime? Looks like that's case for Karl Urban (Thor: Ragnarok), who will leading Amazon's series adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson‘s comic book series The Boys.
FX Orders Y: The Last Man Pilot; American Gods' Michael Green, Luke Cage's Aida Mashaka Croal Set as Showrunners
After a long history of near-adaptations on screens large and small, Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's Y: The Last Man has received an official series pilot order from FX. American Gods' Michael Green and Luke Cage's Aida Mashaka Croal will serve as the pilot's co-showrunners.
By now, we all know the headline: in November 2017, Amazon Studios spent $250 million to outbid Netflix for television series rights to J.R.R. Tolkien’s world-renowned Lord of the Rings fantasy series. Now five months, The Hollywood Reporter is reporting some new details about how the whole deal came together.
Expect a lot more Top 5 lists and a lot less cynical music pretentiousness (I'm looking at you, Barry), with Disney planning a gender-swapped romantic comedy series inspired by High Fidelity for its upcoming streaming service.
Welcome back to Bleeding Cool's weekly recap/review of Freeform's Siren, Eric Wald and Dean White‘s mermaid fantasy-action drama. After a very strong start to the series, let's see if the the show builds upon it or suffers a second-episode sophomore slump with 'The Lure.'
They say that time heals all wounds -- but for Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence, all it takes is a bitter reminder to reignite a legendary rivalry. As we see from YouTube Red's newest Cobra Kai teasers, the road to redemption and salvation for Johnny runs directly through Daniel.