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Damon Wayans Leaving ‘Lethal Weapon’, Chelsea Peretti Leaving ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’

It’s time to say goodbye to two different actors on two very different cop shows. First: Damon Wayans is departing Lethal Weapon, even though the show just went through the trouble of finding him a new co-star. Second: Chelsea Peretti is leaving Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and no one should be happy about that. More on these […]

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Sterling K. Brown on Playing a ‘Dick’ in ‘The Predator,’ Why Trey Edward Shults’ ‘Waves’ Isn’t a Musical, and ‘Frozen 2’

Sterling K. Brown’s acting trophies come from portraying kind-hearted good guys: criminal prosecutor Christopher Darden on “The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” and Randall Pearson, who grew up as the lone black person in his household on “This Is Us.” But the actor told IndieWire he is grateful for chances to “show a […]

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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Star Chelsea Peretti Signs for Comedy ‘Spinster’

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Chelsea Peretti is set to star as the lead of the independent comedy feature “Spinster.”Andrea Dorfman is helming the project from an original screenplay written by Jennifer Deyell. Producers are Marc Tetreault (“Suck It Up”) from Shut Up & Colour Pictures, William Woods (“Mean Dreams”) from Woods Entertainment, Jay Dahl (“Heartbeat”) from […]

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Terry Crews Says Accepting His Own Toxic Masculinity Inspired His #MeToo Moment — Watch

Ever since coming out about his own experience with sexual assault in October of last year, Terry Crews has become a vocal member of the #MeToo movement. Days after The New York Times published its initial bombshell expose on Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual assaults, the “Deadpool 2” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” actor tweeted about his own […]

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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ May Not Be Dead Yet; Hulu, TBS, Netflix Eyeing Revival

There’s hope yet, Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans! Fox likely did not expect the wrath they fielded yesterday when they cancelled the terrific comedy series after five seasons, along with Fox comedies The Last Man on Earth and The Mick. But Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s cancellation lit the internet aflame, and evoked the ire of major personalities like Lin-Manuel […]

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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’: Cast and Creator Mourn Cancellation, While Patton Oswalt and Mark Hamill Rage

Of the shows that were canceled by Fox Thursday afternoon, the most online outrage came from closing the beloved precinct “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” which had accumulated a loyal fanbase and strong critical praise over the course of five seasons. (“Last Man on Earth” and “The Mick” were also canceled.)Naturally, Twitter was the nexus for conversation about […]

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GLAAD Media Awards: ‘This Is Us,’ ‘A Fantastic Woman’ Among Winners

The GLAAD Media Awards on Thursday night welcomed television stars such as the cast of This is Us and Brooklyn Nine-Nine and many of whom wearing blue “&” pins, all showing their support of acceptance and equality for women, Muslims, immigrants and the LGBTQ community.Film winners included A Fantastic Woman, named best feature in limited […]

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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’: Sterling K. Brown Is Even Better as a Villain Than He Is at Being a Hero

[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Season 5, Episode 11, “The Box.”]Jake Peralta, Andy Samberg’s renegade goofy police officer on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” is a character that has always been built on intuition and a sharp appreciation of action movies. The cop movies Peralta grew up idolizing often lead him astray, but there’s […]

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