The titular reality television show will return for its 33rd season in October thanks to the media conglomerate dominated by Fox News.
It was already written in carbonite that the line of Star Wars films was a trilogy, but given the amount of success The Force Awakens is currently glowing in, Disney couldn’t wait to pop the lid on the release date for the next flick.
Snoop Dogg uses his football expertise throughout his every step of life (he recently gave Philadelphia Eagles’ head coach Chip Kelly an explicit earful that may align with diehard fans) and he’s using that carnal sports knowledge to launch a new talk show alongside the powerhouses of adidas and branding ideas of Cashmere Agency.
It was a given that Star Wars: The Force Awakens would make a big splash in the box office but the number of records it smashed is nothing short of astronomical.
WGN America’s upcoming slave drama series, Underground, is aiming to be 2016’s most promising new series, if not one of the most dynamic television debuts of all time. If the two inaugural trailers for the show are any indication, then mission has been already accomplished.
NBC’s The Wiz Live! broke social media records and was a ratings magnet last week but imagine how many more televisions would have been illuminated had Beyonce been singing her heart out as Dorothy or Glinda, the Good Witch of the South.
*Editor’s Note* Spoilers ahead. Americans get so wrapped in their domestic television that they may miss out on international dramas that will cause them to spew fake emotions.
After several decades of shaking up Hip-Hop and R&B with their respective talents, Nas and Erykah Badu are finally crossing paths and collaborating on the musical end. Instead of a standard hook and verse mashup however, the two superstars are joining forces via Badu’s upcoming film, The Land, which Nas will serve as the executive […]
It’s hard to believe that always charismatic E-40 only has a handful of movie appearances throughout his storied rap career that has spawned several decades.
Earlier in the year, FX revealed their intent to dominate a must-see TV block when they announced the creation of their original miniseries revolving around the infamous “Trial of the Century.”