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‘Invincible’ Trailer: Robert Kirkman’s Hourlong Animated Superhero Series Reveals First Look

Amazon Prime Video has unmasked the first trailer for “Invincible,” its upcoming animated superhero series from “The Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman.Amazon’s synopsis of the series reads:“Invincible” is an adult animated superhero show that revolves around 17-year-old Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), who’s just like every other guy his age — except that his father is […]

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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Star Melissa Fumero Blasts Canadian Remake’s Whitewashed Casting

A French-Canadian remake of the hit cop comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” titled “Escouade 99” and transplanted to Quebec, has left people baffled. And that includes one of the original stars of the ongoing police procedural sitcom, once at Fox and now living at NBC. Melissa Fumero, who plays rule-abiding sergeant Amy Santiago, took to Twitter to […]

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Craig Robinson to Star in Peacock Comedy Series ‘Killing It’ from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Executive Producers

NBC saved Brooklyn Nine-Nine from cancellation after Fox nixed the cop comedy series, and it’s been going strong over there ever since (though the next season is undergoing some retooling in the wake of recent events). It seems NBCUniversal likes being in business with the show’s executive producers Dan Goor and Luke Del Tredici, because […]

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Stephanie Beatriz and Other TV Cops Donate Earnings to Black Lives Matter

In the wake of declarations by President Donald J. Trump to bring “law and order” to the country, television’s cops are donating to show their support for the Black Lives Matter movement.With social media turning today into #BlackoutTuesday to amplify the voices of black people, TV actors who have played cops or detectives, including “Brooklyn […]

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How ‘Solar Opposites’ Is Evolving the American Animated Sitcom Tradition

The sitcom has been a staple of American TV since its inception. Whether it’s I Love Lucy and The Honeymooners, or The Office and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, audiences have always been drawn to TV shows that poke fun at things we all experience in our daily life. Within the history of sitcoms, there’s also a decades-long […]

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If Covid Happened in ‘Veep,’ Showrunner Says Selina Meyer Would Actually Be Competent

While we’re all inside marathon-watching television until our eyeballs bleed and the bedsores take hold, it’s fun to imagine what certain shows might look like in the time of the coronavirus. This week, Vulture did just that, polling 37 TV writers on what their characters in series new and old might do in a pandemic.The […]

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‘Palm Springs’ Breaks Sundance Record for Biggest Sale Ever — by 69 Cents

Andy Samberg’s “Palm Springs” has just broken the record for the biggest sale in the history of the Sundance Film Festival — by $0.69.A joint announcement on Monday from Hulu and indie distributor Neon confirmed the existential comedy was purchased for $17,500,000.69 in a sale brokered by UTA Independent Film Group. That figure exceeds the […]

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NAACP Image Award Nominations Honor ‘Watchmen,’ ‘Us,’ and More

The 51st Annual NAACP Image Award nominations were announced today, honoring the “outstanding achievements and performances of people of color in the arts, as well as those individuals or groups who promote social justice through their creative endeavors.” The ceremony will air February 22 on Bet, hosted by Anthony Anderson, a nominee himself for black-ish. […]

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