If you’ve already binged your way through the third season of of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” — like us — and need to know what’s in store for Season 4, never fear, because we have all the details on, well, what you should actually fear in the next installment of Netflix’s teen-witch drama, which is just about to wrap production.
“We are still shooting and we’re kind of down to our last few episodes of Part 4, which has been really, really fun,” “Sabrina” creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa told TheWrap. “Each part has its own kind of identity, and Part 4 is different from Part 3, where a lot of it was set in Hell, we still have that. But each episode of Part 4 is like its own mini horror movie, which is exciting.”
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“Little Women is the book of my life — reading and re-reading this book made my the woman I am today,” Gerwig said. “This is extraordinary. I am very honored. I didn’t attend USC, but I truly love this library.”
The win makes Gerwig the frontrunner for the Best Adapted Screenplay Academy Award, which would be her first Oscar. The Scripters — which honor the year’s best film and TV adaptations and the works on which they’re based — have been one of the most reliable bellwethers of Oscar gold over the past decade. Winners have won eight consecutive Academy Awards until the streak was broken last year, when Leave No Trace won the Scripter without being nominated for an Oscar.
In the TV category tonight,
This year’s official Grammys red carpet pre-show is streaming live on the Recording Academy’s Twitter account. Click here to check it out, beginning at 5 pm.
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Lizzo is entering Sunday’s Alicia Keys-hosted ceremony with the highest number of nominations,
The “Late Late Show” repeats will air weekdays at 7:30 a.m. Et, following a repeat of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” which will air at 7 a.m. on Mondays through Fridays. The two shows will form a new early morning block of late night encores.
ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish first hinted at
From the BBC to Fox News, Bryant’s death dominated coverage as soon as word surfaced via TMZ around 11:50 a.m. Pt. The news broke as ESPN was in the midst of its NFL Pro Bowl telecast. The sports powerhouse broke into coverage for the somber bulletin around 12 p.m. Pt but then returned to the game. ESPN 2 scrapped its regular
This year’s top nominees include Lizzo, Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X, whom are all scheduled to perform on the primetime telecast, in addition to Ariana Grande, Camila Cabello, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani and more.
The Grammys pre-show starts at 3:30 p.m. Et/12:30 p.m. Pst. The Grammys will stream the pre-show awards on their official website.
Hosted by Alicia Keys, the official Grammys telecast airs live on CBS beginning at 8 p.m. Et/5 p.m. Pst.
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Patrick Stewart made his triumphant return as former Enterprise captain Jean-Luc Picard on CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Picard this week, and Thursday’s series premiere included a nod to Next Generation fans… with a sly twist. At home on his French vineyard, Jean-Luc approached the replicator, and we expected to hear him order his usual beverage of choice: “Tea, Earl Grey, hot.” Except this time, the aging Jean-Luc ordered, “Tea, Earl Grey… decaf.”
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Bryant was among five people traveling by private helicopter over Calabasas, a city located 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. After the chopper went down, a fire broke out, according to TMZ.
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The cause of the crash is under investigation,
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“Definitely Prince-inspired — I wanted to bring that into the future and do a remix,” Nas says of the lace shirt he paired with a rhinestone-studded Nudie Suit and matching metallic cowboy boots. “I put it together with [womenswear designer] Christian Cowan and my amazing stylist Hodo Musa,
Technically known as the Child (or asset) in the absence of a canonically established name or species, Baby Yoda last November helped Disney+’s flagship series — and TV’s first live-action Star Wars drama — break through the clutter of a #PeakTV era which now boasts north of 530 scripted shows.
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The best sign of the New Year for “SNL” is that its first monologue of 2020 is an original one. Not a singing monologue, no “audience” Q&As, no cast participation. Just Adam Driver — you know, “Adam from ‘Girls’” and “Kylo Ren from the space one” — proving that, unlike the characters he plays, he’s chill. Chill enough to finally notice the subway set for “SNL”, chill enough to explain that he’s really bad at smiling (“I look like a kidnapped
When the penultimate episode of Netflix’s October Faction ended, Alice was planning a Warlock-ian coup, scorching a circle into the earth around Gate Night. Her voodoo light show looked pretty, but the dastardly deed quickly revealed itself. She summoned warlock spirits from Harlow (including her husband, Omari, who we now know is the twins’ real dad!) to take over the bodies of Barington folk.
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In February 1981, soft rock staple Christopher Cross found himself up for six Grammys,
Eric Burton and Adrian Quesada have been a duo only since 2017, but they sound as if they’ve been making music together for decades. Their debut album, “Black Moon Rising,” is the sort of accomplished bluesy, soulful gem that lesser acts spend years working up to and still rarely deliver. That might have a lot to do with the influence of Quesada, who
Nearly three decades after Pat’s “SNL” debut — thanks to McEnany and her co-creator Tim Mason — another androgynous, heavyset, nerdy, butch lesbian has miraculously made her way to television. She’s glorious, she’s hilarious, and she’s definitely having the last laugh.
The show is called “Work In Progress,” and it wraps a superlative first season this Sunday. In just eight 30-minute episodes, “Work in Progress” has radically reshaped what queer stories can look like on TV,
Fortunately, our Quotes of the Week feature is the perfect place to do so, recognizing the best bon mots, zingers and one-liners from the past seven days of television — and our latest compilation is especially jam-packed.
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With awards season in full swing, we are reminded of just how successful the U.K. is at producing exceptional talent and content for audiences around the globe.
Throughout political change, the most pressing of which is Brexit, the screen sector remains strong. In fact, the booming film and TV industries have continued to demonstrate unprecedented growth.
The aging oil baron didn’t make a comeback this weekend, but the Marriage Story actor channeled that same explosive rage into some of his other characters, including a children’s TV-show personality and a Method community theater actor working at Medieval Times.
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Midway through the Adam Driver-led broadcast, Villase?or joined Colin Jost and Michael Che at the Weekend Update desk to sing about Best Picture nominees like Joker, Jojo Rabbit and Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, and what they all seem to have in common.
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