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Hulu today announced a sizable content deal with 20th Century Fox Television Distribution that will allow Hulu to add nearly 3,000 more episodes of popular TV shows, including dramas and comedies, to Hulu’s streaming service.The deal will give Hulu the streaming rights to several well-known titles, such as “How I Met Your Mother,” “Burn Notice,” “Bones,” and “Glee,” and will also bring to Hulu the full back catalog of older shows, like “MAS*H” and “NYPD Blue,” as well.21st Century Fox owns roughly a third of Hulu, but Hulu still has to negotiate for streaming rights to 20th Century Fox content.So far, however, it’s done well on that front.The new agreement comes shortly after Hulu announced another deal with 20th Century Fox earlier this month, which allows the service to expand its offering of animated series, including the full libraries for shows like “Bob’s Burgers,” “American Dad!,” and “Futurama,” among others.And another recent deal between Hulu and 20th Century Fox made the service the exclusive subscription video on-demand home to the top drama “This Is Us,” plus other notable shows like “Fresh Off the Boat,” “The Last Man on Earth,” “Homeland,” and more.
Streaming viewers who love any shows in 20th Century Fox's iconic catalog will now have access to more than 3,000 episodes of TV on the service.Binge-watchers the world over have a massive new deal to rejoice over, as Hulu partnered with 20th Century Fox to add more than 3,000 episodes of hit comedies, dramas, and more to its library.The video streaming service now has the rights to every episode of How I Met Your Mother, Burn Notice, Bones, Glee, NYPD Blue, and all 11 seasons of MASH, among others.The shows will slowly appear on the streaming giant in coming weeks, offering subscribers a steady flow of new content to enjoy throughout the waning summer heat.Through previous agreements, Hulu is also the exclusive streaming home of a few ongoing 20th Century Fox shows, including This Is Us, Fresh Off the Boat, Empire, The Last Man on Earth, and Homeland.This new deal helps keep Hulu competitive with other services like Netflix and Amazon, both of which are pouring much more energy into creating original content than licensing media from big TV studios.
Just under two years ago, we learned that Amazon would be making an original television show based on the popular 1999 sci-fi movie hit Galaxy Quest.The show, which was being shopped around by Paramount, was eventually picked up by Amazon Studios, but it derailed at some point in the past, slowing to a stall.That has changed, according to a new report, as Amazon has tapped a new writer to take over the project.The first time around, Amazon had planned for the movie’s writer Robert Gordon to write the series, but that job has been given over to Paul Scheer, a writer and comedian.Movie producer Mark Johnson is still in the pipeline to serve as executive producer, according to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, but there’s no word on whether Dean Parisot is still set to direct the series.Scheer is no stranger to writing comedy, having worked on things like Fresh Off the Boat, VEEP, and Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later.
ABC had a surprise midseason hit with its revival of Roseanne, which went on to become the No.1 entertainment series on broadcast TV in total viewers and 18-49.Roseanne will return this fall in ABC’s 2018-19 schedule, the network announced this morning.The show will pair celebrity kids with professional junior ballroom dancers.The Tuesday comedy block continues with Black-ish and Splitting Up Together.They lead in to new drama The Rookie, starring Castle’s Nathan Fillion, who returns to the network to play the LAPD’s oldest rookie officer.
It's time for your weekly guide to finding out what to watch online.If you're new to this series, there's a podcast below that lets you know what's been newly added or coming up soon.Sometimes we include trivia, sometimes we just try to pack in as much info as you can in a minute or two.Since you're reading this, we'll give you some bonus content not found in the audio.Right now, you can stream the premieres of "Supergirl," "The Flash" and "Arrow" using the CW app, which is available for petty much every platform.The CW does not require a login or charge any fee to watch shows.
Sleepy Hollow showrunner Albert Kim will work on an untitled family drama for NBC featuring a cast almost entirely of Asian actors, The Hollywood Reporter reported today.Even though no pilot order has been made yet, the announcement carries significance given recent studies about the lack of Asian-American representation on TV (Masters of None, Dr. Ken, and Fresh Off the Boat represented the first three Asian-American-led shows since 1994, Deadline noted)."The untitled drama revolves around a family-owned Korean electronics corporation that is rocked when its CEO dies on the eve of launching their American subsidiary, with his will revealing the existence of a previously unknown heir," the site wrote."Kim based the original concept on Korean chaebols, multinational business conglomerates like Samsung that are run by single ruling families that often go through succession drama."Real-life Samsung has long been run by the Lee family, and the Lee family has long been involved in some very public issues.Current Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee has been in the position since 1987, when his father (company founder Lee Byung-chul) passed away.
Samsung just released its new Oscars-themed ad for the recently announced Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus phones.The ad was directed by Dee Rees, who teamed up with her DP from Mudbound, Rachel Morrison.The 60-second spot begins with two women deciding they want to make something using the phones, but they’re not sure where to start.A bunch of celebrities and influencers jump in to answer that question, often drawing from their own bodies of creative work.Actress and director Issa Rae, for instance, says, “Make something awkward,” referencing her YouTube web series The Misadventures of an Awkward Black Girl, which became the inspiration for her HBO series Insecure.Constance Wu, star of the upcoming Crazy Rich Asians film and Fresh Off the Boat, advises them to “make a new way in,” as she opens a new door, presumably to an exclusive event.
Crazy Rich Asians hit theaters and brought in an impressive $34 million over its five-day weekend.Crazy Rich Asians has the power, and buzz, to do even better based on this weekend’s turnout.It’s been 25 years since The Joy Luck Club—the last movie with an all-Asian cast to get a wide release—hit theaters, and that’s, frankly, far too long.I went on opening night, and some of the film’s cast—Awkwafina, Ken Jeong, and Jimmy O. Yang among them—came out to surprise (and throw concessions at) the audience at the theater I went to, but even before they showed up everyone seemed amped to be there.Will this represent us well?A white man remarked, not unkindly, “Well, that was just another rom-com.” I felt the urge to flail my popcorn bucket in protest: It wasn't just any rom-com to me!
Crazy Rich Asians, a story about a woman who discovers her boyfriend's family in Singapore is insanely rich, opened in the US.A host of new TV projects have been announced focusing on Asian-American stories and starring Asian-American actors.That was in 1994, 24 years ago.Get ready for these upcoming post-Crazy Rich Asians TV projects representing Asian-American stories.The pitch: Janet Zhao is a first-generation Chinese-American woman who must endure her family's crazy behaviour.Janet has a wealthy grandma who dies and leaves Janet as the sole inheritor, but the catch is she's now the matriarch of the family she'd been trying so hard to distance herself from.
The future of Warner Bros. Pictures’ superhero universe is a bit more stable now that both Aquaman and Wonder Woman have met expectations critically and commercially, making the outlook a little brighter for some of the other projects currently in development.Among those films is Birds of Prey, a live-action feature that will bring back Suicide Squad actress Margot Robbie as the deranged Harley Quinn, focusing on a group of female heroes and villains from the DC Comics universe.The first teaser for Birds of Prey — which is also being titled Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) in some of its marketing — was released January 28, and introduces the primary cast members for the film and how their characters will appear in the project.Along with Robbie as Harley Quinn (who appears prominently in the teaser), the film’s cast includes Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Huntress, Jurnee Smollett-Bell as Black Canary, Ella Jay Basco as Cassandra Cain (a.k.a.Batgirl), Ewan McGregor as the villain Black Mask, and Rosie Perez as Renee Montoya.Supporting cast members include Ali Wong (Fresh Off the Boat), Robert Catrini (American Crime Story), Chris Messina (Sharp Objects), Steven Williams (It), and Derek Wilson (Preacher).
Actress Constance Wu, an Adweek cover star and a rising force in television and film, is at the center of attention going into upfronts week, and it’s for all the wrong reasons.“So upset right now that I’m literally crying,” Wu began in a series of tweets following the announcement.Fuck.” In another tweet that quickly followed the previous two, she wrote, “Fucking hell.”So upset right now that I’m literally crying.— Constance Wu (@ConstanceWu) May 10, 2019One might assume from these tweets that Fresh Off the Boat had been canceled, but in fact, ABC announced on May 10, the same day as the tweets, that the series was being renewed for a sixth season, making Wu’s profanity-laced tweets all the more confounding.
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Warner Bros. Pictures has released the first trailer for Birds of Prey, also known as Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), the upcoming film that teams Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn with a group of female characters from the DC Comics universe.Directed by Cathy Yan, Birds of Prey brings back Robbie as her Suicide Squad character Harley Quinn, and puts the spotlight on her while simultaneously introducing a colorful cast of live-action DC Comics heroes and villains.The film’s featured cast also includes Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Huntress, Jurnee Smollett-Bell as Black Canary, Ella Jay Basco as Cassandra Cain (a.k.a.Batgirl), Ewan McGregor as the villain Black Mask, and Rosie Perez as Renee Montoya.Supporting cast members in Birds of Prey include Ali Wong (Fresh Off the Boat), Robert Catrini (American Crime Story), Chris Messina (Sharp Objects), Steven Williams (It), and Derek Wilson (Preacher).Birds of Prey will be the eighth film in the interconnected DC Extended Universe, following April’s Shazam!
ABC has canceled hit single-camera sitcom Fresh Off the Boat, meaning it won’t be back for a seventh season.The series will get a proper series finale in February with a 1-hour final episode, however, and there’s the potential for a spinoff series.Fresh Off the Boat debuted in 2015 and has largely been praised by critics.News of the cancellation comes from Variety, which reports that ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke confirmed the news and praised Fresh Off the Boat as ‘an unforgettable series.’ Though these sorts of cancellation announcements sometimes come ahead of a final season, it seems ABC has decided not to proceed with that, meaning the current sixth season will be its last.There’s good news for fans of the series, however — it looks like ABC is moving forward with a spinoff show.News of this spinoff first surfaced in latest October in a report from Variety, which now claims that a new episode for the sixth season will be recorded later this month.
(NewsUSA) – Especially in stressful times, curling up with some positive TV programs can be a much-needed relaxing experience for the whole family.The UPtv slate of Easter programming, scheduled for April 4 through April 12, is ready to support family togetherness with two weekends of movies to celebrate the Easter season and encourage reflection and positive thinking."As the home for uplifting programming, we can’t think of a better time than now to celebrate feel-good films and inspiring biblical stories.In-Lawfully Yours is a perfect way to cap-off Easter Sunday with the entire family," says Hector Campos, vice president of content strategy for UPtv.In-Lawfully Yours features a clash of personalities when a fun-loving New Yorker played by Chelsey Crisp (Fresh Off the Boat) moves to a small town to help her recently widowed ex-mother-in-law, played by Marilu Henner (Taxi, L.A. Story).The locals may not approve, but sparks fly when she meets the church pastor.Want more love?Tune in on Saturday, April 4, for a marathon of romantic movies in the UPtv tradition.The event kicks off with Love Takes Wing at 3p.m.
(NewsUSA) – Especially in stressful times, curling up with some positive TV programs can be a much-needed relaxing experience for the whole family.The UPtv slate of Easter programming, scheduled for April 4 through April 12, is ready to support family togetherness with two weekends of movies to celebrate the Easter season and encourage reflection and positive thinking."As the home for uplifting programming, we can’t think of a better time than now to celebrate feel-good films and inspiring biblical stories.In-Lawfully Yours is a perfect way to cap-off Easter Sunday with the entire family," says Hector Campos, vice president of content strategy for UPtv.In-Lawfully Yours features a clash of personalities when a fun-loving New Yorker played by Chelsey Crisp (Fresh Off the Boat) moves to a small town to help her recently widowed ex-mother-in-law, played by Marilu Henner (Taxi, L.A. Story).The locals may not approve, but sparks fly when she meets the church pastor.Want more love?Tune in on Saturday, April 4, for a marathon of romantic movies in the UPtv tradition.The event kicks off with Love Takes Wing at 3p.m.
On CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast, the talented Huang opens up about making his feature film directorial debut and his love for writing.
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