The XFL unveiled the eight cities and venues its teams will call home when the league launches the weekend of February 8-9, 2020. The announcement was made today by XFL Commissioner & CEO Oliver Luck, who named participating cities Dallas (playing at Globe Life Park), Houston (TDECU Stadium), LA (StubHub Center), New York (MetLife Stadium), St. Louis (The Dome at America’s Center), Seattle (CenturyLink Field), Tampa Bay (Raymond James Stadium), and Washington, DC (Audi Field). Each team will see 45-man active rosters and a 10-week regular season schedule, with a postseason consisting of two semifinal playoff games and a championship game.
Netflix cancelled One Day At A Time, a Latinx-themed reimagining of the original Norman Lear sitcom. “We’ve made the very difficult decision not to renew One Day At A Time for a fourth season,” the streamer announced in a Twitter post. “The choice did not come easily – we spent several weeks trying to find […]
Hallmark Channel has cut all ties with Lori Loughlin, following her arrest over an elite college entrance fraud scheme. Said Crown Media in a statement Thursday afternoon, “We are saddened by the recent news surrounding the college admissions allegations. We are no longer working with Lori Loughlin and have stopped development of all productions that […]
Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association agreed upon a series of rule changes that will kick in over the next two seasons, subject to ratification by all 30 clubs. Changes set to begin this year will include (but are not limited to and subject to discussions with broadcast partners) inning breaks being reduced […]
The 2019 NCAA March Madness Music Series will see singer and songwriter Katy Perry headline the Capital One JamFest on April 7 with DJ and producer Zedd tipping off the night. The three-day Music Series (April 5-7) will be held at The Armory in Minneapolis and open with the AT&T Block Party on April 5, […]
NBC ordered 10 episodes of celebrity music and game show, That’s My Jam. Inspired by Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show segments, “Wheel of Musical Impressions,” the hour-long competition will be exec produced by Fallon, and infused with the late-night host’s “one-of-a-kind comedic style, feel-good energy, and a carousel of his classic and brand-new music-based games.”