Television

Everything Coming to and Leaving Netflix in September

As the seasons change, so do the offerings on your favorite streaming services. September is going to be a big month for Netflix, so you may want to clear out your cue and make room for these new titles. Read more now.
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‘Joe Exotic’: Kate McKinnon Series to Air on NBC, USA Network, Peacock

While the world’s obsession with ‘Tiger King’ is slowly starting to diminish, Hollywood makes sure no one forgets Joe Exotic. Kate McKinnon is starring as his rival in a limited television series.
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Jennifer Garner Posts Emotional Reaction Video After Finishing 'The Office'

Jennifer Garner has spent this quarantine like many of us have - bingeing “The Office” for the first time. See her emotional post after watching the show for the first time.
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Dorinda Medley Leaving 'Real Housewives of New York' After 6 Seasons

Dorinda Medley is leaving ‘Real Housewives of New York.’ The 55-year-old Bravo star made the announcement on Monday on Instagram. Find out what led to her decision now.
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'Glee' Actress Lea Michele and Husband Zandy Reich Welcome a Baby Boy

Lea Michele and her husband Zandy Reich have welcomed a baby boy. Her rep confirmed the official news to multiple news outlets. Michele has been very vocal about her pregnancy on Instagram.
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'Drunk History' Canceled at Comedy Central After 6 Seasons

We won’t be raising a glass to this news. After renewing “Drunk History” for a 16-episode seventh season last August, Comedy Central is walking back its decision. The sixth season will serve as its last! Read on now.
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Amazon Is Selling a 'Friends' Advent Calendar

While 2020 may have not been your favorite year, ‘Friends’ fans can look forward to something at the end of this year. Amazon is selling a ‘Friends’ Advent calendar.
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Stephen Colbert and James Corden Return to Studio for Late Night Tapings

After the coronavirus pandemic left TV show studios shuttered, James Corden and Stephen Colbert are hitting their desks once more. See the details.
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‘Saved by the Bell’ Returns With New Revival Teaser

Welcome back to Bayside High, where things have changed quite a bit. The new trailer for the Peacock’s revival of the 1990s teen sitcom “Saved by the Bell” gives a glimpse of what is happening at the new Bayside High School.
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‘Sanford and Son’ Actor Raymond Allen Dies at 91

Raymond G. Allen, Sr., known for his role as Woodrow ‘Woody’ Robertson on the classic sitcom ‘Sanford and Son,’ has died at 91. His family cited respiratory issues as cause of death.
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