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Brie Larson · United Kingdom
Kenneth Mitchell: Star Trek and Marvel actor Kenneth Mitchell dies
Kenneth Mitchell, an actor who appeared in Captain Marvel and a Star Trek series, has died. The actor, who was 49, was diagnosed with ALS - also known as motor neurone disease - five and a half years ago.See the Story
56% Center coverage: 121 sources
Netflix orders Shane Gillis series 'Tires,' more standup
Netflix has acquired Shane Gillis' six-episode scripted comedy series Tires. Gillis stars in the series, and serves as writer, co-creator and executive producer. Tires revolves around Will (Steven Gerben), the nervous and unqualified heir to an auto repair chain, attempts to turn his father's business around.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Warner Bros · Los Angeles
'Game of Thrones' spinoff 'The Hedge Knight' to premiere in 2025
The Hedge Knight is based on the Dunk & Egg fantasy novellas by George R.R. Martin. The series is in pre-production and will premiere in late 2025. Game of Thrones concluded in 2019 after eight seasons, while House of the Dragon will return for a second season this summer.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 6 sources
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The Conners Season 6: Episode 4 Synopsis Confirms Major Character’s Unexpected Return
The synopsis for the fourth episode of The Conners Season 6 teases the return of a main cast member who has been missing since the sixth season aired on February 7. Mark Conner (Ames McNamara) will be appearing on Episode 4, titled Shrinks Don't Talk and Kids Don't Sing. The episode will air on Wednesday, February 28.See the Story
‘Beacon 23’ Unveils Season 2 Trailer, Premiere Date At MGM+
MGM+ has set April 7 for the Season 2 premiere of sci-fi thriller series Beacon 23. The streamer also released the official trailer for the new season, which finds the Beacon under military attack. Season One followed Aster (Headey), a government agent, and Halan (James), a stoic ex-military man.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Netflix · United Kingdom
Exclusive Agatha Christie's Murder is Easy Clip Previews the BritBox Mystery Series
The BritBox streaming service is a joint collaboration of the BBC and ITV. It offers the largest collection of British TV in the U.S. and Canada. The service will launch its first series in March 2024. It will include Agatha Christie's Murder is Easy and Jimmy McGovern's Time.See the Story
Blue Mountain State Eyes a Sequel Series With Alan Ritchson
Image via Lionsgate TV, Everett Collection The 2010 cult sports comedy Blue Mountain State is getting a sequel series. The planned project is reportedly being shopped by Lionsgate Television. According to sources (via Deadline), the sequel may also see the return of Alan Ritchson as Mountain Goats’ Kevin “Thad” Devlin Castle. While negotiations for the project are still ongoing, Deadline also reported that the sequel series may land on Amazon, w…See the Story
Paris, France · Paris
Louis can't remember Paris in 'Interview with the Vampire' Season 2
The network shared a teaser for the season Sunday during The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live premiere. Interview with the Vampire is a gothic horror series based on the Anne Rice novel of the same name. The season will see Louis and Claudia head to Europe in a quest to discover Old World Vampires.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
23 Behind-The-Scenes Facts I Learned From "Avatar: The Last Airbender" Showrunner Albert Kim
Albert Kim has spoken about the process of adapting the animated series to live-action. The showrunner said it was difficult to choose which parts of the original series to leave behind in the Netflix show. Kim said that there are many things one can do in animation that are difficult and expensive to recreate with real people.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Cheryl Hines on Curb Your Enthusiasm’s Final Season: 'It’s Like a Boyfriend'
Cheryl Hines was asked about Curb concluding after the currently ongoing Season 12. The actress explained that seriesd creator and star Larry David thought each season would be the final one, then likened the feeling to that of breaking up with a boyfriend over and over again before realizing this time is the last.See the Story