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Known for his lavish star-filled parties, he produced 'You're Not You,' 'The Time of Their Lives' and 'The Happy Prince' through his London-based production company.
10/27/2020 by Abid Rahman
The actor-musician confirmed the news on Monday’s episode of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show.'
01/18/2021 by Sydney Odman
The host explained how she found out she had tested positive, her symptoms and what type of medicine she took as she recovered.
01/13/2021 by Sydney Odman

On Wednesday’s episode, the host returned to set of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' to open up about her experience with COVID-19.

As its host recovers, production of the 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' remains on pause until January.
12/17/2020 by Sydney Odman
Newly-minted co-executive producer Stephen "tWitch" Boss is also set to guest-host episodes during the upcoming season.
09/08/2020 by Katie Kilkenny
The company has brought on a pair of executives to manage its new operations in the populous Southeast Asian country.
01/20/2021 by Patrick Brzeski
Thanks to a local content acquisition strategy and a partnership with the leading local telecom company, Disney+ Hotstar already has hit 2.5 million subscribers in Indonesia, compared to just 850,000 for Netflix.
01/19/2021 by Patrick Brzeski
After a report of “toxic” culture on DeGeneres’ daytime hit prompted apologies and housecleaning, image experts and insiders analyze the potential for lasting damage and whether her playbook is working.
08/21/2020 by Bryn Sandberg
Ed Glavin, Kevin Leman and Jonathan Norman are leaving the show following allegations of a culture of fear, retaliation and sexual harassment on the daytime show.
08/17/2020 by Katie Kilkenny
Long before DeGeneres' show came under fire, culture problems were rife at several shows produced by Telepictures: "What you had at 'Ellen' are showrunners who came from notoriously toxic environments."
09/17/2020 by Katie Kilkenny, Seth Abramovitch
"I'll see you again after the holidays," the daytime TV host wrote on Twitter on Thursday.
12/10/2020 by Katie Kilkenny
Reflecting the global power and popularity of the country's cultural output, Netflix has spent approximately $700 million on Korean movies and TV series in just the past five years.
01/06/2021 by Patrick Brzeski
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The daytime host is welcoming back her first limited audience since the start of the pandemic.
10/27/2020 by Bryn Sandberg