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  • Stranger Things

    'Stranger Things' Stars Land Season 3 Pay Raises

    The stars of Netflix’s “Stranger Things” have landed big pay increases for the sci-fi drama’s upcoming third season. According to a report in Deadline, the child and adult stars of the series will all make six figures per episode for the coming season. Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, and Caleb McLaughlin, the show’s young male stars, [...]

  • Why Netflix Should Renew 'One Day

    Why Netflix Should Renew 'One Day at a Time'

    Netflix is supposed to be different. It could prove it by renewing “One Day at a Time.” Ever since Netflix began airing original series, it’s positioned itself a rule-breaker that didn’t have to pay attention to TV’s old and outmoded traditions. It commissions shows that other networks are wary of. It’s made eye-popping deals with [...]

  • 'Silicon Valley' TV Show

    'Silicon Valley' Cast Talks Season Without T.J. Miller, #MeToo Influence

    “Silicon Valley’s” fifth season won’t just be the “most different season we’ve had so far,” as star Kumail Nanjiani teased, but will also address one of Hollywood’s biggest headlines — gender equality and the treatment of women. While Nanjiani said the show wouldn’t directly address the #MeToo movement, he told Variety at PaleyFest in Los Angeles [...]

  • Ving Rhames

    'Cagney & Lacey' Reboot: Ving Rhames Joins Cast

    Ving Rhames has been cast in CBS’ “Cagney & Lacey” reboot pilot. Rhames will play police Capt. Stark, the LAPD homicide coordinator who is described as unflappable and a leader who inspires loyalty in everyone around him. His feature film credits include “Father Figures,” “Pulp Fiction.” “Con Air,” and the “Mission: Impossible” franchise. He joins [...]

  • John Oliver Marlon Bundo

    John Oliver Trolls Mike Pence With a Book About Gay Bunnies

    On Sunday’s “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver,” the host returned to one of his favorite on-air pastimes — trolling the Trump administration. This time, his target was Vice President Mike Pence, who has been criticized for his stances on LGBT issues, especially when he was governor of Indiana. Oliver admitted that there was one thing [...]

  • Bryan Cranston Sneak Pete

    'Sneaky Pete' Relocating Production to California to Receive Tax Credit

    The Amazon series “Sneaky Pete” is relocating production for its third season from New York to California, and has been approved conditionally to receive a $9.2 million tax credit from the Golden State. The California Film Commission made the announcement on Monday, noting that “Sneaky Pete” will employ nearly 250 cast, 220 crew, and 2,510 [...]

  • Juliette Lewis

    Lena Dunham's 'Camping' Adds Juliette Lewis to Cast

    “Girls” creators Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner are rounding out the cast for their new HBO series. Juliette Lewis Janicza Bravo, Arturo Del Puerto, and Brett Gelman have been cast as series regulars in “Camping,” joining previously announced stars Jennifer Garner and David Tennant. Bridget Everett has also been added in a recurring role. “Camping” [...]

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