While the upcoming chapter of FX's hit horror anthology TV drama series "American Horror Story: Hotel" is still getting prepped, an executive producer of the show shared yet another casting update.
There will be a change at the helm of daytime panel talk show The Real for its upcoming second season. The show’s creator SallyAnn Salsano will step down from her day-to-day responsibilities as executive producer and showrunner to focus...Show More Summary
The host and executive producer of the TV series Bar Rescue gives his tips on what makes a rockin’ bar. Take notes, people.
So Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have made their decision: they aren’t going to appear on ‘Fuller House.’ John Stamos, who’s one of the executive producers of the show and will make a guest appearance, reacted after the news broke. RELATED: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are not returning for ‘Fuller House.’ First, John reacted on twitter. […]
Little Michelle Tanner won’t be making a return to TV. The executive producer of the upcoming Full House sequel today confirmed that Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen won’t appear on the Netflix series that premieres next year. "Although Ashley...Show More Summary
A$AP Rocky has revealed the tracklist for his LongLiveA$AP follow-up, At.Long.Last.A$AP. The record is out June 2 via RCA, and it was executive produced by Danger Mouse and the late A$AP Yams. It features contributions from Kanye West, M.I.A., Lil Wayne, and more. Show More Summary
What a disappointment! On Friday, the executive producer of Fuller House revealed that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen will NOT be reprising the beloved character of Michelle Tanner. [ Watch: EXCLUSIVE! Jodie Dishes On Fuller House! We Got All The Deets! ] Oh no, Uncle Jesse must be CRUSHED!! Just CRUSHED!!!! Robert L. Boyett explained: "Although Ashley and Mary-Kate will not [...]
Executive producer Robert L. Boyett confirms that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen will not be back for the 'Full House' revival 'Fuller House'.
Say goodbye to the possibility that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen could show up on Fuller House. Executive producer Robert Boyett has confirmed that the girls will not be reprising their role as Michelle Tanner on the show. "Although Ashley...Show More Summary
This week, KRCR/KCVU is hiring an assistant news director, and WGCL needs a producer. Meanwhile, WFSB is seeking an account executive, and WTTW/WFMT is on the hunt for a digital content editor for Chicago Tonight. Get the scoop on these...Show More Summary
It's been a very scary week for prosecco fans. On Wednesday, Robert Cremonese, an executive at prosecco producer Bisol, told Drinks Business that bad weather in several Italian wine-growing regions may have caused prosecco production...Show More Summary
Let the record officially state that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen will not be reprising their shared role of Michelle Tanner on "Fuller House."In an exclusive statement to The Hollywood Reporter, executive producer Robert L. Boyett confirms that the Olsen twins will not be part of the "Full House" spin-off. Show More Summary
Expect to hear new music from Eminem this summer. The Detroit rhymer will executive produced the soundtrack to the upcoming boxing film Southpaw, which hits theaters in July. Continue reading…
Joe Henderson, who was just tapped as showrunner of Lucifer, has signed an overall deal with the studio behind the new Fox drama series, Warner Bros. Television. Under the two-year pact, he will render executive producer/showrunnersShow More Summary
Harlequin and HarperCollins Publishers will launch a new imprint called Harlequin Audio. The executives at this imprint will produce audio editions of books on the Harlequin list. For the first year of operations, the team behind Harlequin Audio plans to release 200 titles. Show More Summary
"American Crime," ABC's drama about the racial and cultural impact of a brutal home invasion of a suburban white couple, is surprisingly quiet. Creator and executive producer John Ridley wanted to convey his story without a lot of music.
Omari Hardwick And 50 Cent Say White Actors Should Say The N-Word ‘Power’ Executive Producer 50 Cent and star Omari Hardwick say that white actors on the hit Starz show should be able to use the ‘n-word’ because it brings
"American Crime," ABC's drama about the racial and cultural tensions surrounding the brutal assault of a young white couple, covered delicate and racially sensitive territory. But creator and executive producer John Ridley said he and his colleagues knew the series also had to be entertaining without...
Britt Nilsson’s fans don’t have to be too sad that she wasn’t chosen by the majority of the men to be the Bachelorette. On Wednesday, the show’s creator and executive producer, Mike Fleiss, tweeted that viewers will be given updates on Britt all season long. Show More Summary
"Emily might just realize that she's now got a soul mate closer to her than she ever thought," said Pretty Little Liars executive producer Oliver Goldstick because he wants to kill us.