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‘Everything’s Gonna Be Okay’: First trailer for Josh Thomas’ new show

‘Everything’s Gonna Be Okay’: First trailer for Josh Thomas’ new show

The first trailer for Australian comedian Josh Thomas’ new show is here and fans are excited to see what the creator has to bring to his second foray into TV land. Everything’s Gonna Be Okay stars Thomas as the older half-brother to two young girls – apparently dealing with the death of their shared parent. […]

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Joel Creasey chats about Eurovision 2019 as he flies out for Tel Aviv

Joel Creasey chats about Eurovision 2019 as he flies out for Tel Aviv

Joel Creasey is joining Myf Warhurst to commentate Eurovision 2019, it’s the duo’s third time behind the microphones for the international singing competition. Before flying out to Tel Aviv, Creasey caught up with Graeme Watson to chat about the 2019 competition, who he thought stood a chance to win, and why he things Kate Miller-Heidke […]

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Is ‘The Nanny’ heading to Broadway as new musical?

Is ‘The Nanny’ heading to Broadway as new musical?

Is The Nanny about to become a big broadway musical? Star Fran Drescher told CNN that she and co-creator Peter Marc Jacobson have a new Nanny related project in the works. She ruled out a TV boot but wouldn’t say anymore when asked if it was a Broadway project. The show would probably work well as […]

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‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ cast reunite for ‘BH90210’ – but it’s not a reboot

‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ cast reunite for ‘BH90210’ – but it’s not a reboot

The cast of the much-loved 90s drama Beverly Hills, 90210 have reunited for a new season of television – but it’s not a reboot of the TV classic. Entertainment Weekly have revealed that Tori Spelling, Shannen Doherty, Jennie Garth, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green, Jason Priestley and Ian Ziering will be returning to television with BH90210, playing […]

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First teaser appears for Ruby Rose’s stand-alone ‘Batwoman’ series

First teaser appears for Ruby Rose’s stand-alone ‘Batwoman’ series

US channel The CW have given audiences their first tease of the upcoming Batwoman series starring Ruby Rose. Rose will star as the dark knight – marking one of the first lesbian superheroes to come to our screens. The Australian actor previously made her debut as the character in a cross-over TV event featuring DC Comics […]

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James Corden signs up to host this year’s Tony Awards

James Corden signs up to host this year’s Tony Awards

  Foxtel Arts channel will broadcast Broadway’s ultimate night of nights the 73rd Annual Tony Awards streamed live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Monday June 10 from 8am AWST and encored at 5.30pm AWST that evening. Marking 73 years of excellence on Broadway, The Tony Awards honour theatre professionals for […]

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‘Friends’ co-creator Marta Kauffman regrets transphobic jokes

‘Friends’ co-creator Marta Kauffman regrets transphobic jokes

Marta Kauffman, the co-creator of TV sitcom Friends, says she deeply regrets the show’s many transphobic jokes. The show was one of the most popular programs of the 1990’s running for 10 seasons, but they frequently made jokes that are homophobic and transphobic. In the show’s 2001 episode, The One With Chandler’s Dad, it is revealed that the […]

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Director Greg Berlanti says he’s been blocked from casting gay actors

Director Greg Berlanti says he’s been blocked from casting gay actors

Director Greg Berlanti, who won hearts with his 2018 gay rom-com Love, Simon, has revealed he was stopped from casting gay actors earlier in his career. Speaking with Hollywood Reporter, Berlanti was asked to give his “most egregious example of unconscious bias” in an article entitled 50 Agents of Change Empowering Diverse Voices in Hollywood. “Early on in […]

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A rebellion rises in The Handmaid’s Tale Season 3 trailer

A rebellion rises in The Handmaid’s Tale Season 3 trailer

Hulu have released the first trailer for the upcoming third season of the gripping dystopian drama A Handmaid’s Tale. Elisabeth Moss returns as June, appearing to gain some ground against the oppressive misogynist regime of Gilead, and gathering steam in a bid to rise up against the men in charge. Alexis Bledel also makes a brief […]

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WATCH: Queer Eye’s fab five make over a dog in need of a new home

WATCH: Queer Eye’s fab five make over a dog in need of a new home

The team from Netflix’s Queer Eye reboot have released a special mini-episode, taking on one of their most adorable clients to date. In honour of National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day in the US, the quintet give Corgi X Beagle pup Lacey a day of pampering ahead of meeting her potential new owners. Lacey gets the […]

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