Month: August 2021

EXCLUSIVE: LeToya Luckett (Ballers, Greenleaf), Omar Dorsey (Queen Sugar, Harriet), Krystal Joy Brown (Hamilton, The Equalizer) and Paulina Singer (Dead of Summer, Gotham) are set to join Starz/Lionsgate’s Power prequel series, Power Book III: Raising Kanan in recurring roles. From creator and showrunner Sascha Penn, Power Book III: Raising Kanan takes viewers back to the
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Louisiana is waking up today to grim news and, in many parts of the state, no electricity in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, which weakened overnight to a still-dangerous tropical storm. At least one person is dead as a result of the weather, though officials fear that toll will rise as search and rescue teams
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CSI: Vegas gets its first official trailer ahead of its Oct. 6 premiere on CBS and not only are some franchise favorites back but so is the theme song. The sequel to the mothership CSI series, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, features returning stars William Petersen, Jorja Fox, and Wallace Langham, and newly added series regulars Paula Newsome, Matt
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It’s so great to have Evil back again, and what a great episode to get us back into the swing of things. The search for three miracles at the monastery got underway, and it proved quite challenging for our favorite religious investigators. EVIL Season 2 Episode 7 proved that silence could be frightening. The consequences
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When production designer John P. Goldsmith was approached for HBO’s reboot of Perry Mason, he was compelled by the opportunity to dive into the world of 1930s Los Angeles. “Architecturally, what was happening then with modernism was so interesting, with Neutra, and Schindler and Frank Lloyd Wright, and these people that were there making amazing
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DAN BROWN’S THE LOST SYMBOL Series | Official Trailer 2 (HD) Peacock Original Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol is streaming September 16th on Peacock with new episodes every Thursday: https://pck.tv/3xeZ66d Synopsis: Based on Dan Brown’s international bestselling thriller “The Lost Symbol,” the series follows the early adventures of young Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon (Ashley Zukerman),
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It’s happening, Manifest fans! As expected, the beloved drama has been picked up for a fourth season at Netflix. The exciting announcement was made Saturday, aka 828 day. The order is for a final season, however. 20 episodes have been ordered. Despite being canceled by NBC earlier this year after three seasons, the series emerged
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