TV News

Nicole Kidman Wins SAG Award for Best Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for ‘Big Little Lies’

Nicole Kidman Wins SAG Award for Best Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for ‘Big Little Lies’
The question wasn’t so much if “Big Little Lies” would take home the SAG Award for Best Actress in a Miniseries, but who. As has happened multiple times since last fall, Nicole Kidman took home the prize, edging out two of her fellow cast members.

Co-stars Laura Dern and Reese Witherspoon were two of the other finalists in the Best Actress in a Miniseries category. The idea that the actresses from the HBO hit would cancel out votes for each other was mitigated by the fact that the only other series nominated in this category had a pair of actresses itself: Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon each picked up nods for “Feud: Bette and Joan.”

“It’s only the beginning,” Kidman said of the support stories about older
See full article at Indiewire »

This Is Us Cast Wins SAG Award in Surprising Victory

This Is Us Cast Wins SAG Award in Surprising Victory
The This Is Us cast won the Screen Actors Guild Award on Sunday night for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series.

Joined by the entire cast, Milo Ventimiglia thanked the popular NBC show’s cast and crew, giving a special shout-out to helpers on set and creator Dan Fogelman.

“We are just a small collection of a lot of very talented and very hardworking people who work on this show,” said Ventimiglia, who plays patriarch Jack Pearson on the tearjerker series. “Without Dan and our talented writers, we would not have words to say.”

“The people who
See full article at PEOPLE.com »

Veep: Final Season Delayed Until 2019 Following Julia Louis-Dreyfus Cancer Treatment

Veep: Final Season Delayed Until 2019 Following Julia Louis-Dreyfus Cancer Treatment
Selina Meyer’s reelection campaign won’t get underway until next year.

According to Veep‘s Matt Walsh, the Emmy-winning comedy’s seventh and final season is expected to begin production in August, once star Julia Louis-Dreyfus has had enough time to recuperate after undergoing chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer. As such, the series’ swan song is not expected to premiere before 2019.

“We’ll start filming in August and it will air in 2019,” Walsh told EW.com. “We’ve seen [Julia], she’s done some table reads [and] she’s doing well.”

Louis-Dreyfus
See full article at TVLine.com »

NFL Playoffs Will Air On Armed Forces Net Despite Government Shutdown

NFL Playoffs Will Air On Armed Forces Net Despite Government Shutdown
In a last-minute deal, overseas troops will be able to watch today’s NFL conference championships via the Armed Forces Network, which had its services suspended because of the government shutdown. The American Forces Network usually broadcasts American radio and television programming in Europe and other locations outside the U.S. But the NFL announced this morning that the AFN will keep going for both the Vikings/Eagles and Patriots/Jaguars games. Even if the AFN had…
See full article at Deadline TV »

PGA Awards: ‘The Shape Of Water’ Wins Outstanding Producer; ‘Handmaid’s Tale’, ‘Mrs. Maisel’ Tops In TV – Full Winners List

PGA Awards: ‘The Shape Of Water’ Wins Outstanding Producer; ‘Handmaid’s Tale’, ‘Mrs. Maisel’ Tops In TV – Full Winners List
Updated with final results: Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water solidified its status as an Oscar Best Picture frontrunner in a season where there are several, taking home the top honor at the 29th annual PGA Awards tonight at the Beverly Hilton. On the TV side, a pair of streaming series rookies — Amazon’s comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Hulu’s drama The Handmaid’s Tale — came away with marquee honors. Del Toro, who won the Best Director Golden Globe already…
See full article at Deadline »

Joseph Fiennes Teases The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 at 2018 SAG Awards: 'It's Full of Inspiration'

Joseph Fiennes Teases The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 at 2018 SAG Awards: 'It's Full of Inspiration'
The Handmaid’s Tale star Joseph Fiennes arrived at the 2018 SAG Awards red carpet wearing a Time’s Up pin Sunday, continuing the momentum started two weeks prior at the Golden Globes.

“The three most important people in my life are my wife and my two daughters, I would love for my two daughters to enter a world of parity of pay,” he told PeopleTV’s Lola Ogunnaike and People Now’s Jeremy Parsons at The People, Entertainment Weekly & TNT Official SAG Awards Red Carpet Live Show Sunday. “It seems crazy in today’s age that we should be fighting for that.
See full article at PEOPLE.com »

Pretty Little Liars Spinoff: How Will It Differ From the Original Series?

Pretty Little Liars Spinoff: How Will It Differ From the Original Series?
It’s been four months since Freeform announced production on a Pretty Little Liars spinoff, and fans are chomping at the bit for updates — so who better to ask than showrunner Marlene King?

Related PLL Spinoff: Meet the Perfectionists Joining Ali and Mona

“Tonally, it’s very similar,” King told TVLine when we caught up with her earlier this week at the inaugural Freeform Summit in Los Angeles. “There is a big mystery, and there is a murder, and there are some characters who are a fractured group at the beginning of our story, and through a murder they become friends.
See full article at TVLine.com »

‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: Unsurprisingly, Jessica Chastain Makes Quite The First (Time Hosting) Impression

‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: Unsurprisingly, Jessica Chastain Makes Quite The First (Time Hosting) Impression
Like with Sam Rockwell last week, this episode of “SNL” works very well to make Jessica Chastain a true part of the show — not just a necessary semi-presence — and make sure that her voice is clear in her sketches. And you know what? As it turns out, Jessica Chastain’s comedic voice (in addition to her voice as a feminist) is pretty weird. Especially when she starts doing voices.

Host: Jessica Chastain

Before Chastain starts doing voices, she’s got to start doing a musical monologue. You know the deal by now, gentle “SNL” viewers. But, said monologue does involve the forever jam “You Don’t Own Me.” And before it becomes a musical number, you’ve got Chastain’s brief aside about wanting to play the nagging girlfriend as opposed to the strong female for once. That particular moment is kind of like Sam Rockwell’s monologue noting he
See full article at Indiewire Television »

Tracee Ellis Ross Speaks Out On ‘Black-ish’ Salary Negotiation After Reports Of Pay Disparity

Tracee Ellis Ross Speaks Out On ‘Black-ish’ Salary Negotiation After Reports Of Pay Disparity
Tracee Ellis Ross is speaking out. The 45-year-old actress took to Twitter on Saturday to comment on her “Black-ish” salary negotiation, which made headlines after a recent story reported that she was making considerably less than her co-star, Anthony Anderson. The article, published by The Hollywood Reporter, claimed that if Ellis Ross wasn’t brought up to Anderson’s level,
See full article at ET Canada »

Peter Jackson Making Documentary on World War I

Peter Jackson Making Documentary on World War I
Peter Jackson is switching his attention from epic fantasy conflicts to a real-life Great War. “The Lord of the Rings” director is making a new feature documentary about World War I to mark the centennial of the war’s end, mining the archives of the BBC and London’s Imperial War Museum for material. The as-yet-unnamed project will have a U.K.-wide release as part of the BFI London Film Festival in the fall.

The historical footage, much of which will not have been seen before, has been restored and hand-colorized. Jackson said the film will bring to life the real stories of people who lived through the 1914-18 conflict, which was billed as the “war to end all wars.”

The 2D and 3D film is part of the official program of cultural events marking the centenary of the armistice, organized under the banner “14-18 Now” and supported by British lottery funding, the Arts Council
See full article at Variety - TV News »

A Brief History of the GLAAD Media Awards

The GLAAD media awards stands for Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation in all forms of media, including movies, theater, TV, and the news. It’s also awarded based on how bold and provocative a statement that said media makes concerning the Lgbtq community. The award was first handed out in 1990 to celebrate the 1989 season and it was given to Phil Donahue, the talk show host that many followed and absolutely loved. The first award show was a very low-key and small affair as there weren’t that many that had yet been selected as possible recipients of the award.

A Brief History of the GLAAD Media Awards
See full article at TVovermind.com »

Samuel Jackson Tells How Nick Fury will be Different in “Captain Marvel”

Nick Fury is going to be different in Captain Marvel according to Samuel L. Jackson. Apparently this is because the character of Nick Fury will be shown thirty years younger when he was still a young soldier and he still had his other eye. This is when he’ll meet Captain Marvel, who’s going to be played by Brie Larson. I wonder though what the situation is going to be. We won’t know for a while since the Captain Marvel movie won’t come out until 2019, but a lot of fans are already hoping that she’ll show up earlier than that.

Samuel Jackson Tells How Nick Fury will be Different in “Captain Marvel
See full article at TVovermind.com »

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Alex Roe

Alex Roe is an English actor who has been appearing in both movies and TV shows since he was a child. However, he tends to be best-known for a couple of series filmed when he was a teenager, though he remains active as an actor at the present time. One of his recent projects is Forever My Girl, which has just come out, while another recent project is Siren, which is expected to come out in the not so distant future. Here are five things that you may or may not have known about Alex Rose: Born In Westminister Roe

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Alex Roe
See full article at TVovermind.com »

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Cmt Docu-Series “Music City”

Music City is a new docu-series that is coming to Cmt and is considered a sister show to the popular Nashville that has been one of the shining stars of the network for a little while now. It’s hard not to be skeptical of a new reality show but after so many have aired throughout the years one more seems like it’s just another way for people to get noticed in the most ridiculous way possible. I could be and hope I am wrong since this show will focus on several individuals that were either born and bred in Nashville

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Cmt Docu-Series “Music City”
See full article at TVovermind.com »

Can Will Smith Get in Our Good Graces with “Gemini Man?”

Will Smith might be looking to get back in the good graces of the audience by starring in Ang Lee’s Gemini Man. It’s easy to assume that this will be an uphill battle since Smith hasn’t done a whole lot of noteworthy projects as of late and didn’t start his downward slide on a good note either. His roles in movies like I Am Legend, Concussion, Seven Pounds, and even Focus haven’t won him a lot of new fans since the movies kind of bombed out and didn’t do much. It’s hard to say anything bad about him since I

Can Will Smith Get in Our Good Graces with “Gemini Man?”
See full article at TVovermind.com »

SAG Awards Analysis: ‘Three Billboards’ Rebounds From PGA Loss, But Oscar Race Still Too Close To Call; NBC’s ‘This Is Us’ Shakes Things Up On TV Side

In a nearly surprise-free show that went across the board for the favorites in movies, and past winners in television, the 24th annual SAG Awards was a predictable affair that gives momentum in the Oscar race to the big winner of the night: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri swept its categories after leading the nominations with four. No surprise there. This is an actor’s movie if ever there was one and it essentially repeated its Golden Globe triumph of a couple…
See full article at Deadline TV »

SAG Awards Backstage: Allison Janney Calls #MeToo Movement “Watershed Moment” For Hollywood

The changes sweeping Hollywood in response the #MeToo movement weren’t just visible on stage at Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards – with all-female presenters and a female host – those changes were also evident backstage. After picking up the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role for her role in I, Tonya, Allison Janney said the #MeToo movement is making people think. “I love that everyone is talking about it,” the actress…
See full article at Deadline TV »

Sterling K. Brown, ‘This Is Us’ Cast Talk Time’s Up at SAG Awards

Sterling K. Brown, ‘This Is Us’ Cast Talk Time’s Up at SAG Awards
Sterling K. Brown and his “This Is Us” castmates spoke about the Time’s Up movement Sunday at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

“What the Time’s Up movement has meant to me is just really taking stock of the fact that there are certain things,” Brown told reporters backstage, “that I can be more conscientious [of].”

“Things that are funny to you may not be funny to everyone,” Brown said. “There is a responsibility that we have to make sure that our work environment is comfortable for all.”

Brown won the SAG Award for male actor in a television drama Sunday, following previous wins in analogous categories at the Primetime Emmy Awards and the Golden Globes. He and the other cast members of NBC’s “This Is Us” then won for best television-drama ensemble.

“I’m honored to support the movement,” Mandy Moore said backstage, surrounded by her castmates. “I think everyone on this stage is honored
See full article at Variety - TV News »

Fox's The Resident Premiere: Grade It!

Fox's The Resident Premiere: Grade It!
If you’re looking for the next Grey’s Anatomy or another Chicago Med, Fox’s The Resident is not it — and that’s a good thing. From the horrifying opening minutes of Sunday’s series premiere, in which Bruce Greenwood’s chief of surgery botches a routine appendectomy and pressures the selfie-taking nurses into covering for him, it’s clear that the new medical drama is like no other hospital show currently on TV.

RELATEDThe TVLine Podcast: Matt Czuchry and Emily VanCamp Talk ‘Agonizing’ Decision to Join The Resident, Everwood Revival and Rory (and Logan’s?!) Baby

Before you chime in with your thoughts,
See full article at TVLine.com »

The Top Uses of Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colors” in Movies or TV

Cyndi Lauper didn’t write True Colors but she performed it beautifully. Bill Steinberg and Tom Kelly co-wrote the song and then gave to Lauper to sing. This is the only song on her second album that she didn’t help to write, and it was written largely about Steinberg’s mother. Lauper also stated that the song resonated with her on a deeper level since it reminded her of a friends that had passe away from HIV/AIDS. Eventually she founded the True Colors Fund, which was aimed at eliminating homelessness among Lgbt youth. At one point this song became one of the

The Top Uses of Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colors” in Movies or TV
See full article at TVovermind.com »
loading
An error has occured. Please try again.