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Lilly Singh Ending NBC Late Night Show, Will Star in Netflix Comedy From Kenya Barris

The multifarious New York–based artist has a retrospective on tap at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.

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    ‘Invisible Life’ Trilogy Set for HBO TV Adaptation

    E. Lynn Harris’ Invisible Life trilogy of novels is getting the TV treatment. HBO has put in development a scripted drama series based on the 1990s novels about a young, gay and Black author who fashioned a deeply moving and compelling coming-of-age story out of the then-highly controversial issues of bisexuality and AIDS. Harris David […]

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    ‘Ultimate Slip ‘n’ Slide’ Series Scores Post-Olympics Slot on NBC

    NBC has found its post-Olympics show. The network has gone straight to series on a 10-episode reality competition game show Ultimate Slip ‘n’ Slide. Hosted by comedians and actors Bobby Moynihan (NBC’s Mr. Mayor) and Ron Funches (The Goldbergs), the series will launch with one episode on Sunday, Aug. 8, at 7:30 p.m. PT — […]

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    Billy Crudup to Topline Retro-Future Dramedy Series at Apple

    Billy Crudup is pulling double duty for Apple. The Morning Show Emmy winner will star in and exec produce Hello Tomorrow, a retro-future 10-episode straight-to-series dramedy for the iPhone maker. From writers and creators Amit Bhalla and Lucas Jansen (Bloodline), the half-hour dramedy is set in a retro-future world and centers on a group of […]

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Lilly Singh Ending NBC Late Night Show, Will Star in Netflix Comedy From Kenya Barris

Lilly Singh’s time on NBC’s late night roster has come to an end. NBC is ending A Little Late With Lilly Singh after a two-season run. The host will segue into a first-look producing deal…

‘Invisible Life’ Trilogy Set for HBO TV Adaptation

E. Lynn Harris’ Invisible Life trilogy of novels is getting the TV treatment. HBO has put in development a scripted drama series based on the 1990s novels about a young, gay and Black author…

‘Ultimate Slip ‘n’ Slide’ Series Scores Post-Olympics Slot on NBC

NBC has found its post-Olympics show. The network has gone straight to series on a 10-episode reality competition game show Ultimate Slip ‘n’ Slide. Hosted by comedians and actors Bobby…

Billy Crudup to Topline Retro-Future Dramedy Series at Apple

Billy Crudup is pulling double duty for Apple. The Morning Show Emmy winner will star in and exec produce Hello Tomorrow, a retro-future 10-episode straight-to-series dramedy for the…

Ali Wong to Star in Brian K. Vaughan’s ‘Paper Girls’ at Amazon

Paper Girls has found its adult star. Amazon’s adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan’s Eisner Award-winning comics has tapped writer, comedian and actress Ali Wong to lead the cast. Picked up to…

‘Jupiter’s Legacy’ Creator Mark Millar Says ‘Magic Order’ Series Back in Development

The adaptation of the comic The Magic Order is back in active development after being put on hold last year, says its creator, Mark Millar. With Millar’s Jupiter’s Legacy bowing on Netflix

‘Stranger Things’: Netflix Debuts Chilling Season 4 Teaser

Stranger Things 4 is coming. Netflix on Thursday debuted the second teaser for the upcoming fourth season of the 1980s-set sci-fi hit with a chilling minute-long video that doesn’t bode well…

Craig Hunegs to Exit as Disney TV Entertainment President

Craig Hunegs is leaving Disney. The president of entertainment at Walt Disney Television has opted to leave the conglomerate after two years with the company. Sources say the Warner Bros. TV…

‘Succession’ Adds Adrien Brody to Season 3 Cast

Succession‘s season three cast continues to impress. The Emmy-winning drama series has added Adrien Brody as the latest recurring guest star for its forthcoming season. The Oscar-winning The…

‘House of the Dragon’ Reveals First Official Photos of ‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel

Here are the first official character photos and bios from the eagerly anticipated Game of Thrones prequel. On Wednesday, HBO revealed a first look at the leads in House of the Dragon, along…

Critics’ Conversation: The Exhilarating Stupidity of Netflix’s ‘The Circle’

Two THR critics delve into 'The Circle,' analyzing just what makes this Netflix reality TV show so brilliantly stupid, trashily satisfying and surprisingly moving.

TV Ratings: ‘911’ Edges Up as Fox Leads Monday

Fox’s 911 franchise improved a bit over last week, helping the network score a ratings win in primetime Monday. NBC got decent numbers from a Voice clip show — coming within a few hundredths of…