Comedians Maya Rudolph and Martin Short have had a variety show in development for many years, and NBC has finally given Maya and Marty in Manhattan the greenlight, with SNL creator Lorne Michaels serving as executive producer. The weekly series will air live from NBC’s 30 Rock studio in New York, and will be a... Show More Summary
Francois Chau, Susan Chuang and Concetta Tomei have landed series regular roles on NBC’s untitled Matt Hubbard single-camera comedy pilot starring Elizabeth Ho, Chris Smith and Jack McBrayer. Written/executive produced by 30 Rock alum...Show More Summary
Natalie Martinez (ABC’s Secrets & Lies) has been cast as the female lead in Fox’s drama pilot A.P.B., from writer David Slack and Sleepy Hollow co-creator/executive producer Len Wiseman. Inspired by the July New York Times Magazine article...Show More Summary
Dr. Dre will reportedly help Apple Music expand into the world of original video programming with a new series titled Vital Signs, with the Compton rapper serving as executive producer and star of the six-episode series. According to The Hollywood Reporter, each episode of the dark, semi-autobiographical Vital Signs delves into...
Following recent reports that Apple was looking to create original TV content for iTunes, the company is said to be producing its first original show. Known as Vital Signs, the show reportedly stars Beats co-founder and Apple executive Dr. Show More Summary
According to both The Hollywood Reporter, Beats co-founder and Apple executive Dr. Dre will be starring in and producing his own six-show original series called Vital Signs. The semi-autobiographical storyline is rumored to be distributed via Apple Music, includes other celebrities like Sam Rockwell and Mo McCrae, and contains “an orgy scene”. Read More
The new showrunner for CBS’ Star Trek televised series will be Bryan Fuller. Fuller, Alex Kurtzman, and Heather Kadin will executive produce...
The first piece original programming to come out of Apple may star none other that the company’s own employee: Andre Young, aka, Dr. Dre. The hip-hop mogul turned Beats co-founder is reportedly starring and executive producing the first...Show More Summary
Dr. Dre is set to star in and executive produce a brand new scripted television series titled Vital Signs exclusively for Apple. This is the media and electronics company’s first foray into the original and scripted television content world, though it’s not currently known if the six-episode series will be released on Apple Music, Apple [...]
It looks like Dr. Dre is going to have to start working for that Apple check! A new story from The Hollywood Reporter says Dre is executive producing and starring in a new original scripted series for Apple. The show, called Vital Signs, is described as, dark, semi-autobiographical and kind of raunchy. The THR piece describes […]
Dr. Dre is set to executive produce and star in Apple's first original television series, as The Hollywood Reporter reports. Titled "Vital Signs," the six-episode series is described as a "dark" and "semi-autobiographical" drama, with...Show More Summary
Martin Scorsese is taking us behind the scenes of his new HBO series Friday Scorsese, an executive producer on Vinyl who also directed its pilot, will be taking over the show's Instagram, sharing photos and insight from set MashableShow More Summary
AMC has announced that editions of Talking Saul will follow the second season premiere and finale of its Breaking Bad prequel series, Better Call Saul. Series Creators and Executive Producers Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould and Star Bob Odenkirk will be guests on the first episode. Chris Hardwick will host. Talking Saul will air on … Continue reading AMC Goes For Talking Saul! ?
The last episode of "The Flash" finally brought fans to the Earth-2, making things a little more interesting for the series' main characters such as Barry, Cisco and Caitlin. In an IGN report, the show's executive producers, Aaron and Todd Helbing spoke about the events that happened in the episode "Welcome to Earth-2" and what its implications are for the rest of the season.
President Obama is at the Los Angeles home of entertainment lawyer Aaron Rosenberg and Scorpion executive producer Danny Rose for a reception, concert and fundraiser for about 340 people. Reporters observing the Hancock Park event spotted about a dozen well-dressed children among the crowd, gold...
The production for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is long over, but the producers are facing a new issue. The British Health and Safety Executive announced on February 11 that they charged Foodles Production Ltd over a filming accident that involved actor Harrison Ford, according to People. Show More Summary
HBO is developing a drama series project written and directed by Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney that has Laura Dern attached to star and executive produce. The untitled drama centers on a court-appointed psychiatrist...Show More Summary
The promotional materials for the second half of The Walking Dead's sixth season have been advertising a larger world, but The Hollywood Reporter sat down with showrunner Scott M. Gimple and executive producer Robert Kirkman to find out exactly what that means. Show More Summary
Artist’s depiction of colliding neutron stars shredding spacetime, producing ripples of gravitational waves. Credit: NASA. David Reitze, executive director of the LIGO Laboratory, took the podium at the National Press Building in Washington,...Show More Summary
Producers will face charges in the on-set injury of Harrison Ford during filming of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Britain’s The Health and Safety Executive released a statement on Thursday (February 11), citing the 73-year-old actor’s broken leg when the Millennium Falcon came crashing down. “HSE has today informed Foodles Production (UK) Ltd that it [...]