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Kristen Bell Returning For ‘Gossip Girl’ Sequel At HBO Max | TV News

  Kristen Bell is already returning to one TV revival in the form of Veronica Mars, so why not two? The actress is coming back to Gossip Girl for the show’s sequel/reimagining at HBO Max. The original series jump-started the careers of several actors, including Blake Lively and Penn Badgley.   Bell will reprise her role as the omniscient narrator[…]

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Adam McKay To Helm Limited HBO Series Covering The Jeffrey Epstein Story | TV News

  As part of the five-year first-look deal he signed with HBO, Adam McKay will helm a limited series covering the Jeffrey Epstein story. The show will be based on the soon-to-be-published book by Miami Herald journalist Julie K. Brown, whose reporting was key in Epstein’s July arrest for sex trafficking.   Epstein was a multimillionaire financier and convicted sex[…]

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Noami Watts-Led ‘Game Of Thrones’ Prequel Dead At HBO As HBO Max Series Moves Ahead | TV News

  When it was announced that HBO was filming a Game Of Thrones prequel pilot, overseen by Jane Goldman and starring Naomi Watts, everyone naturally assumed it would get picked up for series. But in a stunning movie, HBO hasn’t picked up the pilot, and the prequel series is dead.   The pilot shot this summer and took place 5,000[…]

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Netflix Will Reportedly Scale Back On Stand-Up Specials | TV News

  Despite Netflix having become the go-to avenue for comedians and their stand-up specials, the streaming giant will reportedly reduce the number of comedy specials it produces each year.   A new Bloomberg report states that the company will be scaling back big-time. It may already be happening. The platform has released 30 stand-up specials this year, which is already[…]

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Calls For Gender Parity At The Governors Awards In Los Angeles | Film News

  On Sunday in Los Angeles, the Governors Awards’ eleventh ceremony was held to honour the stars who have brighten the film industry by leaving a mark throughout these years, with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honouring filmmakers David Lynch and Lina Wertmüller, actor Wes Studi, and humanitarian-award winner Geena Davis.   One of the most important people[…]

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