Gerard Depardieu set to star in Netflix’s first French original series

Gerard Depardieu (Life of Pi) landed the lead in Netflix’s Marseille, the first French original series from the streaming service. Eight episodes are expected to hit the streaming service in early 2016.

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ABC ordered a Roseanne spinoff (Facebook)

ABC ordered a Roseanne spinoff (wt: The Conners), to debut in the fall. Roseanne Barr, whose Twitter scandal caused the abrupt cancellation of the hit reboot, said in a statement, “I regret the circumstances that have caused me to be removed from Roseanne. I agreed to the settlement in order that 200 jobs of beloved […]

Kim Raver to exec produce trio of films for Lifetime

Kim Raver to exec produce trio of films for Lifetime

Kim Raver will co-executive produce a trilogy of films for Lifetime based on novels by international best-selling author Jane Green. Tempting Fate, the first of the batch, will also be Raver’s in directorial debut. Additional titles are To Have and to Hold and Family Pictures. Tempting Fate, from Raver, Manu Boyer (To Whom It May […]

Spot on: Amy Schumer teams with Spotify for new podcast series

Spot on: Amy Schumer producing new podcast with Spotify

Podcastic: Spotify and Amy Schumer teamed for a new original podcast Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith, which launched yesterday on the streaming service. In the series, Schumer talks about intimate aspects of her life alongside her best friends and comedians Rachel Feinstein, Bridget Everett and Keith Robinson… Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations will feature a […]

LaForce lands at Turner

LaForce lands at Turner

Allie LaForce has a new home, formally announcing a deal to move to Turner Sports courtesy of a multi-year deal, and officially departing her role at CBS Sports. She will serve as a reporter for NBA on TNT regular season and playoffs coverage as part of her expansive role and continue as reporter for Turner […]

NHL locks in 18-19 slate

NHL locks in 18-19 slate (Facebook)

The NHL revealed its 2018-19 regular season with play set to begin on Oct. 3, with a four-game slate, highlighted by the Capitals raising their first Stanley Cup championship banner before facing the Bruins at Capital One Arena. The 1,271-game regular-season schedule wraps up on April 6, 2019. The other three games on the first […]

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