The Facts of Life cast will reunite for a Lifetime Christmas movie called You Light Up My Christmas, which will feature the old cast but a new story.
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Amazon's The Lord of the Ring series' leaked audition tapes possibly reveal character names Tyra, Eldein, Beldor, and Aric for the fantasy series.
Netflix faces a lawsuit because of Steven Soderbergh's true story-based film, The Laundromat, and its portrayal of the Panama Papers law firm.
CBS All Access' adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand casts Greg Kinnear, who joins Whoppi Goldberg, Amber Heard, and Alexander Skarsgard.
South Park's latest episode, "Let Them Eat Goo", parodies LeBron James amidst the NBA-China controversy, as well as the Impossible Whopper.
Blumhouse's reboot of the cult classic The Craft casts David Duchovny (best known for playing Agent Mulder from The X-Files) in an undisclosed role.
Netflix's original crime-comedy Murder Mystery, starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, is getting a sequel, with its stars expected to return.
Sesame Street's online series, Sesame Street in Communities, tackles the opioid crisis as Muppet Karli is in foster care due to her mom's addiction.
Nickelodeon releases the first spooky episode of the Are You Afraid of the Dark? reboot online, days before the official premiere date.
South Park's newest episode, "Band In China", which focuses on Hollywood's relationship with the Chinese government, gets the series banned in China.
Walt Disney Studios partners with Oscar-winning Geena Davis to implement a technology that will scan scripts for gender and racial discrimination.
Robert De Niro's former employee, Chase Robinson, has sued the actor for sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and violating labor laws.
Jack Nicholson's infamous axe from horror film The Shining, sells at auction for $209,000, making it one of the most expensive props of all time.
Historical drama News of the World - which reunites Tom Hanks with his Captain Phillips director Paul Greengrass - gets a December 2020 release date.
Netflix's controversial docuseries, Making A Murderer, has another twist as a killer confesses to being responsible for the murder of Teresa Halbach.