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Erin Moran Dies: ‘Happy Days’ Actress Was 56

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Erin Moran, the actress who played Joanie Cunningham on the sitcom Happy Days has died. She was 56. Reports indicate that Moran was found unresponsive on Saturday afternoon by authorities in Indiana, after they got a call just after 4 pm ET. No cause of death has been revealed at this time and an autopsy is pending. The actress rose to fame in the ’70s after appearing as Ron Howard’s Richie Cunningham’s little sister on Happy Days. The show ran for 11 season, with Moran… »


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New Caitlyn Jenner Interview Brings ’20/20′ Ratings Down, ‘Dateline’ Rises

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While there is still time, someone might want to give Tucker Carlson's booking team a call. Based on how 20/20 (0.8/3) stumbled last night with a sit-down and catch-up interview with Caitlyn Jenner, the Fox News Channel host may find his April 24 debut in Bill O'Reilly's old time slot proving less than golden with the former Olympian as a guest. Two years after Diane Sawyer's ratings multi-year record breaking chat with the transitioning 1976 decathlete and reality TV… »

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Donald Trump Plans Rally For Night Of White House Correspondents’ Dinner

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Counter-programming? President Donald Trump will stage a Big rally in Pennsylvania next Saturday night, which just so happens to be the evening of the annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner that he’s already rebuffed. Trump had already broken with tradition by announcing, in February, that he wouldn’t attend the April 29 roast-y dinner with the journalists he so forthrightly dislikes. His staff soon followed suit, and various high-profile media outlets… »

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‘Rise’, ‘For God And Country’ Get Closer To NBC Series Pickups With Staffing Offers

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We have the first formal step toward series pickups made by a broadcast network this season. As I reported in my second Pilot Buzz roundup, NBC has given two drama pilots — Rise, from former Friday Night Lights showrunner Jason Katims and Hamilton producer Jeffrey Seller; and For God and Country, from writer Dean Georgaris — permission to start making firm offers to writers. While not an outright pickup, such gesture by a network is almost always followed by a series… »

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‘Feud’: Charles And Diana Season 2 “Begins With Divorce Papers,” Says Ep Ryan Murphy

21 April 2017 10:17 PM, PDT

Fans of Ryan Murphy's latest show Feud: Bette And Joan have much to look forward to. Not only has Feud already been renewed for a second and third season, but Season 2 will focus on Prince Charles and Princess Diana, beginning with divorce and ending with Diana’s death, according to Murphy. "The next one is about Charles and Diana," he confirmed at an FX Emmy event in Los Angeles tonight. "We are shooting I think in the late fall and I’m casting Charles and… »


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Bill Maher Tells Donald Trump To Forget Mars, “Make Earth Great Again”

21 April 2017 8:31 PM, PDT

Update with video Bill Maher said forget (more or less) Mars. Using a more potent F word, Maher welcomed Earth Day by devoting his New Rules segment to a lambasting of billionaires, news media and Hollywood for presenting Mars as “the party planet right next door.” Earlier: “Everyone has to shut up about Mars and how cool it would be to live there,” Maher said, pointing to The Martian with Matt Damon, the space dreams of Elon Musk and Richard Branson, and President Donald… »

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Pilots 2017: More Very Early Buzz

21 April 2017 6:46 PM, PDT

In just three weeks, the networks will be done with the bulk of their new series pickups and will be in the thick of finalizing fall schedules — unless there is a writers strike, in which case that will be top of mind for everyone with upfronts taking a back seat. Like with the first Pilot Buzz, my information is still very sketchy because pilots are just starting to come in at the networks as the majority are in post-production or studio testings. So don’t take… »

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ICM Partners Signs ‘American Crime’ Actress Ana Mulvoy-Ten

21 April 2017 6:04 PM, PDT

Ana Mulvoy-Ten, who recurs on American Crime, has inked with ICM Partners. She plays trafficked teenage sex worker Shae Reese in the current third season of ABC anthology drama series created by John Ridley. The England-born actress co-starred as Amber Millington in the 2011-13 Nickelodeon drama House of Anubia and appeared in Freeform’s Famous in Love and the digital series Vanity. Her recent feature credits include Ascension, Outlaw and playing the younger version of… »

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Stephen Colbert Hate-Tastes Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccino, Describes Color As “Tumor”

21 April 2017 3:33 PM, PDT

Stephen Colbert hate-tasted Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino on Friday’s Late Show. “It's called Unicorn Frappuccino because ‘Sugary Affront to God’ was taken,” he explained. “I have no idea how many unicorns they're grinding up for these things, but I'm guessing PETA is furious,” he reported. Starbucks has acknowledged the limited-time girlie-drink offer is an attempt to take over social media with a drink "made to be Instagrammed." Colbert’s staff handed him one and he… »

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Political Pundits Discover They’re Actors In Donald Trump’s ‘Presidential Apprentice’ As 100 Days Nears

21 April 2017 3:17 PM, PDT

TV news political pundits finally are starting to figure out they are characters in The Presidential Apprentice and that Donald Trump was once, and is still, a reality TV star. Discussing the 100-Day milestone that Trump’s administration will hit next Saturday, political sages mulled his wild race to get health care and tax reform accomplished before the day arrives, all the while scoffing at the 100-day deadline. On Friday, Trump tweeted that the media will “kill” him no… »

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Tucker Carlson Books Caitlyn Jenner For First Night In Bill O’Reilly’s Timeslot

21 April 2017 2:56 PM, PDT

Tucker Carlson guaranteed himself big ratings and lots of headlines when his show moves to Bill O’Reilly’s timeslot on Fox News Channel, announcing Friday he’s booked former Olympic Gold Medalist and author Caitlyn Jenner for Monday’s program. Jenner has said she is a Republican and voted for Trump. Topics will include Jenner’s perspective on President Donald Trump's administration, the current political climate and divide in America, as well as her thoughts on how to… »

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Doj Puts 8 Sanctuary Cities On Notice, Blasts NYC As “Soft On Crime”; NYPD Official Responds

21 April 2017 1:24 PM, PDT

The Department of Justice has put a number sanctuary cities, including NYC, Chicago and Sacramento, “on notice” that they have until June 30 to comply with immigration laws or risk losing federal funding. In its news release today about the letters sent to sanctuary cities (read the one to Sacramento here), Doj says, “Many of these jurisdictions are crumbling under the weight of illegal immigration and violent crime.” It also says, “New York City continues to see gang… »

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TV One Expands Morning News Show, Adds Viola Davis Ep’d Investigative Series

21 April 2017 12:53 PM, PDT

TV One will expand its morning news, current affairs, and lifestyle lineups, the network announced at its Upfront presentation today. NewsOne Now will be renamed Black America Today and expands to a two-hour format, joined by a daily lifestyle talker in late 3Q17. Academy Award Winner Viola Davis will exec produce a new investigative series and Benjamin Crump hosts an original series on wrongful convictions to build on the network’s true crime slate. “Our goal is to… »

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WGA Has At Least One Vote For Strike Authorization — And One Glitch In Its Online Voting

21 April 2017 12:48 PM, PDT

The WGA won't be announcing the results of its ongoing strike vote until Monday, but we already know for sure that at least one ballot has been cast in favor of granting strike authorization if next week's talks fail to produce an agreement. "This is my ballot receipt," tweeted WGA West president Howard Rodman. "Please join me in voting Yes to give us the power we need to get a fair deal." WGA East and West members have until noon Monday to vote online, but there's… »

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Bryan Singer Teams With Blackpills On Digital Sci-Fi Series ‘August One’

21 April 2017 12:32 PM, PDT

Bryan Singer (Legion) will collaborate with digital media company Blackpills on August One, a futuristic thriller set in a world in which the Roman Empire never collapsed. Created by John Cabrera, the Gilmore Girls actor and creator of the Singer-produced web series H+: The Digital Series, the new August One will be produced by Singer’s Bad Hat Harry, with executive producer Antoine Disle for Rockzeline. Blackpills describes August One as set in a society “on the brink of… »

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Melissa Benoist & Julia Garner To Co-Star In ‘Waco’ Event Series For Par Network

21 April 2017 11:14 AM, PDT

Supergirl star Melissa Benoist and Julia Garner (Grandma) have been tapped as leads opposite Michael Shannon and Taylor Kitsch in Waco, the six-part event series that will be part of the inaugural slate launching Viacom’s Paramount Network in January 2018. Produced by Weinstein Television, the series — based on the true story of the 51-day standoff in Waco, Texas that resulted in a deadly fire — is currently filming in Santa Fe, Nm. Waco chronicles the 1993 standoff… »

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Obama Honchos Re-Invited To House Intel Committee’s Public Hearing On Russia’s Election Rannygazoo

21 April 2017 11:12 AM, PDT

The House Intelligence Committee announced Friday it is re-scheduling its previously scrubbed public hearing at which members of Obama’s administration had been set to talk about Russia’s meddling in the presidential election. Expect TV news networks to be glued to that hearing for the duration; a date was not announced. Late last month, Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes abruptly canceled that public hearing, at which Obama administration's Director of National… »

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Sinclair Agrees To Buy Bonten Media After FCC Eases TV Station Mergers

21 April 2017 11:09 AM, PDT

Sinclair Broadcast Group was poised to act yesterday after the FCC cleared the way for some TV station mergers by restoring the so-called Uhf discount. The broadcaster announced this morning a two-part deal valued at $240.0 million. Sinclair picked up Bonten Media Group Holdings, which owns 14 television stations in 8 markets. In addition, Cunningham Broadcasting — controlled by trusts for the children of Sinclair founder Julian Smith — will pick up the membership… »

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Hulu & Neon Ink Exclusive Output Deal

21 April 2017 10:50 AM, PDT

Upstart indie distributor Neon and Hulu have signed a new, multi-year output licensing agreement for all of Neon’s upcoming films and content. Under terms of the deal, Neon’s future titles will be available to stream exclusively on Hulu after their theatrical release. It’s the first output deal for the new Neon, the company from Tom Quinn and Tim League that launched its first feature film Colossal earlier this month. Hulu has recently signed similar deals with indie… »

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SAG-aftra’s Six-Month Video Game Strike Left Out Of Highlight Reel For Merger Anniversary

21 April 2017 10:26 AM, PDT

SAG-aftra has posted a new video on its website celebrating the fifth anniversary of the merger of SAG and AFTRA. "A lot has happened in the last five years," notes the video (watch it above), but it fails to make any mention of a key event in the merged union's history: that it's been on strike against select video game companies for the past six months. It's quite an oversight, because on Saturday, it will become the longest strike in the history of the Screen Actors… »

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