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It’s Music’s Biggest Night for the World’s Cruelest Year. The Recording Academy is handing out its 63rd annual Grammy Awards tonight in a virtual ceremony, and Deadline is updating the winners list as they are announced. Megan Thee Stallion took the night’s first marquee award, Best New Artist, during the primetime telecast hosted by The
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The 63rd annual Grammy Awards will kick off Sunday live on CBS and Paramount+ beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. Trevor Noah will host the 3 1/2-hour ceremony, which will celebrate the best of music during the past year. Grammy organizer the Recording Academy has already announced that the hybrid show will include performances
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Last night, Dr. Anthony Fauci made his first Late Show appearance on a special “coronaversary” episode of Stephen Colbert. Throughout much of his sit-down with the late-night host, the White House Chief Medical Advisor—and Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases—was asked serious questions regarding the Covid-19 pandemic and the road back
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WarnerMedia chief Jason Kilar offered some fresh thoughts and a sprinkling of numbers about HBO Max’s progress and outlook, emphasizing the boost expected to come from the forthcoming ad-supported tier. “We have worked hard to earn more of consumers’ precious time, and it’s working,” Kilar said. The service, which launched just prior to Kilar’s arrival
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SPOILER ALERT: This story includes details about the March 11 episodes of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19. Just like they did in the fall finale, Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 returned from hiatus with another powerful and deeply emotional crossover. Tonight’s episodes dealt with the aftermath of the dramatic rescue by the off-duty Station
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Editors on films ranging from Amazon’s Borat Subsequent Moviefilm to Netflix’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 have been nominated for the 71st annual ACE Eddie Awards, presented by the American Cinema Editors to recognize the year’s best in picture editing in 14 film, TV and documentary categories. Winners will be announced during a virtual
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EXCLUSIVE: Katrina Law (Hawaii Five-O) is joining CBS’ NCIS in a recurring role. Law will play NCIS REACT Special Agent Jessica Knight, a formidable REACT Team agent who specializes in hostage negotiations and handles daily high-risk operations with skill and precision. Sharp, athletic and tough, she was raised by a single mother and had to
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EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures Television is developing Invisible Women, a female-driven dark comedy based on Jeanne Ray’s novel Calling Invisible Women, with veteran screenwriter and showrunner Randi Mayem Singer (Mrs. Doubtfire) set to pen the pilot. In Invisible Women, a woman “of a certain age” wakes up one day to find herself literally invisible and soon
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CBS said today it will re-air Oprah with Meghan and Harry: A CBS Primetime Special on Friday, March 12 from 8-10 PM ET/PT. The special replaces original episodes of MacGyver, Magnum P.I. and Blue Bloods, which normally air at 8 PM, 9 PM and 10 PM ET/PT, respectively, on Friday night, and will be rescheduled.
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Women in Film Los Angeles has a half-dozen new board members. New to the board are Niija Kuykendall, EVP Production at Warner Bros Pictures; Michelle Lee, Director of Domestic Programming at AppleTV+; film producer Monica Levinson (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm; Doc McStuffins creator and EP Chris Nee; Shivani Rawat, Founder and CEO of ShivHans Pictures (The Trial
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Oprah Winfrey promised us shocking revelations, and she did not lie. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry dropped bombs in their blockbuster CBS interview with the legendary U.S. presenter — and judging by reactions to the sit-down, you’re either with Team Harry & Meghan or against them. During the brutally frank discussion, Markle revealed she considered
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UPDATE 6:54 P.M.: Literally Minutes after the HFPA announced more details of their plans to be a more diverse and inclusive organization, Time’s Up responded with “the right words are not enough. The clock is ticking.” In a statement released Saturday night, Time’s Up president and CEO Tina Tchen blasted the HFPA in a case
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In honor of awards season, Real Time host Bill Maher affixed a special ribbon to his lapel and spoke out about an urgent new cause. “It’s time to raise awareness about a very serious problem: raising awareness,” he cracked in the “New Rules” show-capper, “We raise too much of it, and it’s making us crazy,
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The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) has unveiled the winners of its 10th AACTA International Awards with Carey Mulligan-starrer Promising Young Woman taking the Best Film prize. The black comedy thriller is produced by Australia’s multi-AACTA International Award winner Margot Robbie and her LuckyChap Entertainment. Mulligan was also named Best Lead Actress.
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Andrea Martin (Great News), Robert Ri’chard (Empire), Juani Feliz (Blue Bloods), Kate Rockwell (Mean Girls: The Musical) and Sullivan Jones (The Surrogate) are set for recurring roles on Amazon’s Harlem, the comedy series from Tracy Oliver (Girls Trip), Amy Poehler’s Paper Kite Productions and Universal TV. They’ll join previously announced Whoopi Goldberg and Jasmine Guy,
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The official recall campaign against California Governor Gavin Newsom has now gathered more than 1,927,000 signatures, organizers announced on Wednesday evening. Organizers have until March 17 to gather signatures. A total of 1,497,709 valid signatures must be collected and verified to trigger the recall election. Election officials have until April 29 to verify them. The
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