Nickelodeon Is Reviving Hey Arnold! with a TV Movie
Nick is hoping to revive its classic kids animated comedy that ran from 1996 to 2004 with a TV movie that, according to Variety, "will feature a storyline that picks up where the original series ended and resolves unanswered plotlines–including the whereabouts of Arnold’s parents, long missing from the program.” Nickelodeon hopes this film is the first step in reviving its old classic comedies.
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The Muppets promo was used to promote the American Music Awards.
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A remake of the Israeli thriller/dark comedy Nevelot, Bastards follows two elderly Vietnam veterans in Miami as they rant against “today’s entitled youth.” Bastards comes from Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison production company.
On 20/20, Walters went easy on her pal The Donald, despite all his controversies, never challenging him with a serious question on policy and substance.
Last night’s episode was reminiscent of a classic Tony Soprano episode.
Tom Hardy’s FX miniseries Taboo adds Michael Kelly, plus Game of Thrones vets Oona Chaplin and Jonathan Pryce
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Oliver used his rant to also go after The Cosby Show and The Muppets.
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The Miss America pageant will continue to be broadcast on ABC through 2018.
Vergara’s Modern Family co-stars were in attendance for yesterday’s long-awaited wedding.AlertMe