Disney XD's all-new animated short series 'The Resistance Rises' shows what happened before the events in 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'.
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In its endless mission for world domination, Apple has expanded its reach far beyond the world of personal computers. It's now entering the world of scripted television (so to speak), and a totally unexpected celeb has been tapped to star.Click To Continue Reading
The show, “Vital Signs,” will be offered through the Apple TV streaming video device, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
Apple is working on its first original television show, a “top-secret scripted series starring one of its own executives, Beats co-founder and rap legend Dr. Dre,” The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports. “Multiple sources say the 50-year-old mogul is starring...
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Apple Music is also getting into the TV racket, it seems. A new report suggests Apple is developing its own TV program starring Dr. Dre, which will be called “Vital Signs.” The show is described as a “dark semi-autobiographical drama” with at least one orgy scene, and each episode deals with an emotion Dr. Show More Summary
There are scores of TV shows out there, with dozens of new episodes each week, not to mention everything you can find on Hulu Plus, Netflix streaming, and HBO Go. How’s a viewer to keep up? To help you sort through all that television has to offer, Flavorwire is compiling the five best moments on TV each week. Show More Summary
I think that pretty accurately sums up why so many reboots of beloved movies and TV shows end up being so disappointing. More » Katie Holmes Has a Pretty Good Reason for Not Wanting to Do a Dawson’s Creek Reboot is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
Deadline is reporting that Fox has issued a pilot order for its in-development TV remake of Lethal Weapon, tapping go-to Hollywood explosions enthusiast McG to direct. Developed by Chuck and Forever producer Matt Miller, the series will...Show More Summary
Damon Wayans Sr. has signed on to play Roger Murtaugh, a role originated by Danny Glover, in Fox's 'Lethal Weapon' TV pilot.
Headphone baron Dr. Dre is reportedly looking to expand his empire. In collaboration with Apple, the former N.W.A. rapper is making his first television series, which the tech giant will bankroll as its first effort with original programming,...Show More Summary
Straight Outta Compton was a helluva film, but man, did it end on a frustrating cliff-hanger. Dr. Dre just walked out on Suge Knight and Death Row! That's it — the film literally ends with him walking out the door. Did he go for a jog? Was he followed? We... More »
Hey, the Grammys are no better or worse than the Oscars or the Emmys or the National Book Awards. They rarely pick your actual favorite album/movie/TV show/book of the year. But give them credit: for the last few years, out of the nominations...Show More Summary
One in an occasional series “The Usual Suspects,” in which we uncover the the secret lives of Washington’s VIPs. This week: Paul Wharton, known for his cameo appearances on “The Real Housewives of D.C.,” for hosting TV shows such as WDCW-TV’s “Paul Wharton Style,” running Paul Wharton Modeling Management, and for that envy-inducing hair. His RH days may be behind […]
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Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the COO of Archie Comics, has agreed to write the script.
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Undoubtedly, the new trend in network television is bringing back movies that have been around for years and retooling them as TV shows. Limitless and Minority Report have already made the jump, Training Day, Rush Hour and Cruel Intentions are on the way, and now one more is being thrown together at Fox. Show More Summary
Apple appears to be getting in on the original content game. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Apple is developing a TV series starring Dr. Dre — who, of course, is a co-founder of the now Apple-owned Beats. Dre's series is already said to have started filming. The show is reported to be a dark drama called Vital Signs, and there is known to be at least one orgy scene.