Jon Stewart’s Next Gig: Creating Content for HBO
Under a four-year production deal, the former Daily Show host will create and produce projects for HBO, starting with short-form digital content. “He graced our network nearly 20 years ago, so we’re thrilled to welcome back his immense talents in this next chapter of his career,” said HBO president Michael Lombardo in a statement.
About 8.9 million viewers stuck around for the second episode of the CBS superhero drama.
The Simpsons will also be part of 20th Century Fox World, opening in Dubai in 2018.
Vice will take over A+E Networks’ H2 channel early next year.
“Fred was one of the only people that I’ve met who was truly a renaissance man," Wolf said in a statement. "Prosecutor, politician, actor, raconteur – no matter what he did, he did it incredibly well. And he was simply a great guy. He will be missed by all those whose lives he touched.”
Susan Williams detailed her husband’s illnesses for the first time in an interview with GMA.
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The episode order brings Blindspot, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Law & Order: SVU to 23 episodes each this season.
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Pullman, who was disappointed in the movie adaptation of The Golden Compass, thinks the eight-part miniseries “can reach depths of characterization and heights of suspense by taking the time for events to make their proper impact and for consequences to unravel.”
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Showrunner Craig Sweeny says his CBS drama "shares that sense of humor of the movie, and that sense of mischief, so it seemed like a natural match.”
They both once starred in a soap called Suspended Suspense.
The Project Greenlight brand will be expanded to allow people on the web to help greenlight projects, and to connect creators with members of the movie industry.
A remake of the 2009 ITV event series about the aftermath of a major road accident is expected to become a 10-episode series on NBC.
The Key & Peele star will play a hair company CEO on the Showtime series.
The former Mad Men star told Seth Meyers about throwing the losers’ party, and finally winning an Emmy after going 0 for 15.
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