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‘The Batman’ Spinoff Series ‘Gotham P.D.’ Will Be a Prequel About Corrupt Cops

‘The Batman’ Spinoff Series ‘Gotham P.D.’ Will Be a Prequel About Corrupt Cops
During The Batman director Matt Reeves’ appearance during the DC FanDome event, and with a keen eye on corporate synergy, he discussed the upcoming Gotham P.D. live-action series that will debut on HBO Max (timing for that one is Tbd but we can safely bet it will be alongside The Batman’s theatrical launch next fall). Up until now the only thing we knew about the show was that it would be overseen by Reeves and Terrence Winter, who created Boardwalk Empire for HBO and wrote the script for Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street. Tonight, …
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‘Titans’ Adds Red Hood, Scarecrow and Barbara Gordon for Gotham City-Set Season 3

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‘Titans’ Adds Red Hood, Scarecrow and Barbara Gordon for Gotham City-Set Season 3
Titans” continues to dump out its DC Comics toy chest, adding Red Hood, Dr. Jonathan Crane, and Barbara Gordon for its upcoming third season, which will be set primarily in Gotham City.

The casting announcements were revealed Saturday as part of DC Fandome.

Curran Walters, who plays Jason Todd (aka the second Robin after Dick Grayson) will don the new Red Hood identity on the coming season. In the comics Todd was killed by the Joker during the infamous “A Death in the Family” arc, only to be brought back from the dead by Batman arch nemesis Ra’s al Ghul. Warped and embittered by the experience, he takes the name and general aesthetic from one of Batman’s earliest villains, Red Hood — who as it happens was the original criminal identity used by the man who would later call himself Joker — and becomes a ruthless, often deadly vigilante.

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Rnc’s First Night Mixed Too Many Metaphors to an Empty Room (Column)

Rnc’s First Night Mixed Too Many Metaphors to an Empty Room (Column)
The bar for what a political convention might look like in the era of Covid-19 was, to say the least, low. After months of watching Zoom squares take over our screens like a never-ending “Brady Bunch” credits sequence, it didn’t seem all that possible for a remote event spanning several days to yield halfway compelling television. And yet, last week’s Democratic National Convention was pulled off relatively seamlessly from locations scattered across the country, mixing formats to keep each night moving along at a steady clip. Even when it didn’t totally land, this year’s DNC more
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The Society Boss Teases What Would Have Happened in Season 2

The Society Boss Teases What Would Have Happened in Season 2
It was the shock heard around the Internet on Friday when Netflix announced that it was canceling I Am Not Okay with This and The Society, both young adult dramas that had previously been renewed by the streaming service. Netflix explained that due to Covid-19 and the scheduling conflicts the

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‘I May Destroy You’ Star Weruche Opia Reflects on the ‘Trippy’ Finale and Setting Her Own Boundaries on Set

‘I May Destroy You’ Star Weruche Opia Reflects on the ‘Trippy’ Finale and Setting Her Own Boundaries on Set
I May Destroy You” took TV by storm this summer after its June 7 premiere on HBO. Michaela Coel’s show about a woman working through the aftermath of her sexual assault has made for one of the most arresting new shows in recent memory, with a standout performance from Coel herself. While her character Arabella anchors “I May Destroy You,” though, the series gains even more perspective from her friends Terry (Weruche Opia) and Kwame (Paapa Essiedu), whose own sexual experiences gain new and disturbing dimensions the longer they look at them.

Coel and Essiedu already knew each other from drama school,
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I May Destroy You Finale: Open and Closure — Plus, Did Arabella Manage to 'Hook, Line and Sink' Her Rapist?

I May Destroy You Finale: Open and Closure — Plus, Did Arabella Manage to 'Hook, Line and Sink' Her Rapist?
Surreal and stylish, harrowing and stunningly sweet, Monday’s finale of I May Destroy You was probably one of the best episodes of television since The Leftovers’ “International Assassin.” Read on, and we’ll go over everything that happened — or might have happened — after Arabella locked eyes with her rapist in the HBO dramedy’s penultimate episode.

‘Stop Trembling, You Look Like A Crackhead’ | Picking up where “Would You Like to Know the Sex?” left off, Arabella spotted her attacker, David, across the bar looking like he hadn’t a care in the world. In the blink of an eye,
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‘The Society’ Creator on Netflix’s ‘Extremely Upsetting’ Cancellation of the Show (Exclusive)

‘The Society’ Creator on Netflix’s ‘Extremely Upsetting’ Cancellation of the Show (Exclusive)
Christopher Keyser, who created “The Society,” found out Thursday that Netflix was suddenly pulling the plug on his show. The streamer, which also canceled “I Am Not Okay With This,” released a statement Friday saying, “We’re disappointed to have to make these decisions due to circumstances created by Covid.”

“We spent the last bunch of months getting ready to go back again, dealing with all the Covid protocols,” Keyser told Variety Monday. “And then I got a call from Netflix saying, ‘We have made this decision.’ It was obviously pretty upsetting and abrupt.” Keyser, whose credits include co-creating “Party of Five,
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‘Noughts + Crosses’ Trailer: New Peacock Series Imagines a Europe Colonized by Africa

‘Noughts + Crosses’ Trailer: New Peacock Series Imagines a Europe Colonized by Africa
Barbadian British author Malorie Blackman’s popular and critically acclaimed “Noughts + Crosses” series, which uses the setting of a fictional dystopia to explore racism in the present day, is coming to NBCUniversal’s recently launched streaming service, Peacock. The timely and thought-provoking six-episode drama, which is set to launch Friday, September 4, follows the love story of two star-crossed young adults who are divided by their skin color, in an alternate universe where the racial power structure is turned on its head.

In this world, Africa — or “Aprica” as it’s referred to in the novel — invaded Europe centuries ago, enslaving its people. In present-day London (known as “Albion”), slavery is an institution of the past, but Jim Crow-esque segregation laws maintain the power dynamic: A ruling class of Black “Crosses” control the country’s politics, wealth, and culture over an oppressed, impoverished underclass of white “Noughts,” who are at the brink of revolt.
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TV News Roundup: Peacock Announces ‘Noughts + Crosses’ Premiere Date

TV News Roundup: Peacock Announces ‘Noughts + Crosses’ Premiere Date
In today’s TV news roundup, Peacock announced a premiere date for “Noughts + Crosses,” and CNN Films and HBO announced a premiere date for the documentary “After Truth: Disinformation and the Cost of Fake News.”

Renewals

Latv shared that the Lgbtqia+ talk show “The Q Agenda” has been renewed for a fourth season. The show features members of the Latinx and Lgbtqia+ communities, including hosts actress and trans activist Juliana Joel, comedian Lianna Carrera, makeup artist and influencer Victor Ramos and actor Enrique Sapene. Sapene is also the show’s creator. Each episode features guests from the entertainment industry,
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The Best TV Shows and Movies to Watch on Netflix in September

The Best TV Shows and Movies to Watch on Netflix in September
Six months of pandemic is no match for Netflix's unstoppable content juggernaut, and the streaming service has no shortage of new stuff coming online in September 2020. Some of these titles are highly promising shows and movies that have the potential to be big Netflix hits.?

Highlights include two

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The Real: Garcelle Beauvais to Join as Co-Host After Tamera Mowry Exit

The Real: Garcelle Beauvais to Join as Co-Host After Tamera Mowry Exit
The Real is wasting no time in replacing Tamera Mowry: The syndicated daytime talker has added Garcelle Beauvais to the hosting panel, TVLine has confirmed.

“I am thrilled to be joining the dynamic, bold and diverse women on the award-winning talk show The Real,” Beauvais said in a statement. “My love for pop culture and news, blended with my natural gift of gab, has always made me gravitate towards a talk show environment.” (Our sister site Variety first reported the news.)

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‘The Real’ Adds Garcelle Beauvais as Newest Co-Host (Exclusive)

‘The Real’ Adds Garcelle Beauvais as Newest Co-Host (Exclusive)
Garcelle Beauvais has been named the newest co-host of “The Real,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Beauvais is joining the syndicated talk show, following the departure of Tamera Mowry-Housley, who announced earlier this summer that she had decided to exit the show after six seasons.

The seventh season of “The Real” kicks off on Sept. 21. The panel will feature Beauvais, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai and Adrienne Houghton.

“I am thrilled to be joining the dynamic, bold and diverse women on the award-winning talk show ‘The Real,'” Beauvais said. “My love for pop culture and news, blended with my natural gift of gab,
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Follow the Love Island USA Season 2 Cast on Instagram

Follow the Love Island USA Season 2 Cast on Instagram
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A new crop of gorgeous Islanders will search for love — and increase their Instagram followers — when Season 2 of Love Island USA arrives Monday at 8/7c with a two-hour premiere on CBS and CBS All Access. The new season, which will air seven nights a week, heads to Las Vegas where contestants will

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Sky Talks Diversity, Teases HBO Drama ‘Third Day,’ Docs on John Lennon & Soccer Racism

Sky Talks Diversity, Teases HBO Drama ‘Third Day,’ Docs on John Lennon & Soccer Racism
Comcast-owned pay TV operator Sky has underlined its commitment to diversity, with U.K. content boss Zai Bennett expanding on the £30 million ($39 million) earmarked over the next three years for diversity training and improving Black and minority ethnic representation at all levels.

Sky has targets in place to measure progression of under-represented groups throughout the organization. “For me, the construct of the targets is really important,” said Bennett, speaking as part of the Edinburgh TV Festival on Monday. “I find them a really helpful way of driving what we’re doing. However, I don’t think we’ve done
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WME Partner Phillip Sun, Macro’s Charles D. King Launch M88 Representation Firm, With Michael B. Jordan as Sun’s First Client

WME Partner Phillip Sun, Macro’s Charles D. King Launch M88 Representation Firm, With Michael B. Jordan as Sun’s First Client
WME partner Phillip Sun and Macro founder and CEO Charles D. King are launching M88, a full-service representation firm that aims to amplify “the voices of artists and creators from the global new majority.”

Sun will depart the agency to lead the new joint venture as president and managing partner, and King’s recently launched Macro Management will merge its operations with the company. M88, which gets its first initial from King’s Macro and the numbers in its name as a nod to Sun’s Chinese heritage, will be majority-owned by Macro.

Macro Management partners Gaby Mena and Jelani Johnson
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‘Daily Show With Trevor Noah’ Team on the Silver Lining of Producing a Late-Night Show From Home

‘Daily Show With Trevor Noah’ Team on the Silver Lining of Producing a Late-Night Show From Home
Even the coronavirus pandemic couldn’t stop Comedy Central’s long-running “The Daily Show.” Trevor Noah’s late-night showcase, now produced remotely and dubbed “The Daily Social Distancing Show,” has expanded to 45 minutes per night during production, for the first time since the franchise launched in 1996.

The Emmy-nominated team behind the show – executive producer and showrunner Jennifer Flanz, supervising producer and writer David Kibuuka and writer Dan Amira – joined Variety senior editor Michael Schneider on Aug. 21 for an exclusive Q&a in the Variety Streaming Room presented by Comedy Central.

Flanz reflected on the final live show, in which the
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A Live-Action Powerpuff Girls Series Is in the Works, and We Need It Immediately

A Live-Action Powerpuff Girls Series Is in the Works, and We Need It Immediately
Calling all children of the '90s, one of your best nostalgia dreams might be coming true. TV Guide has confirmed The CW is developing a live-action adaptation of The Powerpuff Girls,?and it could be sugar and spice, everything nice, and a little bit of Chemical X.?

The potential show is based on the

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TV Ratings: ‘Yellowstone’ Finale Delivers Largest Scripted Cable Viewership of 2020

TV Ratings: ‘Yellowstone’ Finale Delivers Largest Scripted Cable Viewership of 2020
The season finale of “Yellowstone” drew explosively large numbers for Paramount Network.

Sunday’s finale was watched by a total of 5.2 million total viewers, making it the most-watched scripted cable telecast of the year to date. That also represents a full 1 million more viewers than the show’s previous largest audience, and an impressive 84% increase on last season’s finale.

For comparison, the season 3 premiere pulled in 4.2 million viewers in its initial airing, which was itself up an impressive 76% compared to the Season 2 premiere, which drew 2.4 million viewers in Live+Same Day last year.

Yellowstone” continues to prove its worth
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Ratings: Yellowstone Season 3 Finale Is Most Watched Cable Telecast of 2020

Ratings: Yellowstone Season 3 Finale Is Most Watched Cable Telecast of 2020
Yellowstone‘s Season 3 finale on Sunday night corralled an audience of 5.2 million total viewers, improving on the Paramount Western’s previous record (which was set by the season opener) by a cool million viewers.

The explosive season ender — which TVLine readers gave an average grade of “A” — in turn stands as the No. 1 most watched cable telecast of 2020.

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TVLine Items: Cobra Kai Return Date, Keira Knightley's Apple Series and More

TVLine Items: Cobra Kai Return Date, Keira Knightley's Apple Series and More
Sorry, Cobra Kai fans, the dojo will not be reopening until next year: Netflix on Monday revealed that the series will return for Season 3 in 2021. To tide you over until then, the streamer has released a look back at the Karate Kid franchise’s legacy — and a sneak peek at the new season.

The show’s first two seasons, which previously streamed on YouTube, will be available via Netflix starting this Friday, Aug. 28. Debuting back in May 2018, Cobra Kai was a breakout hit for YouTube, notching a Season 2 renewal just days after its premiere. YouTube initially intended to launch Season
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