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  1. Anyone who watched Kingdom was likely aware... 😲
  2. RIP composer/lyricist/producer Jim Steinman - the P.T. Barnum-style showman of pop music - responsible for SO many overwrought 70s, 80s and 90s classics including: Bonnie Tyler's Total Eclipse Of The Heart Meat Loaf's Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad Air Supply's Making Love Out Of Nothing At All Barbra Streisand's Left in the Dark Barry Manilow's Read 'Em And Weep Bonnie Tyler's Holding Out For A Hero Meat Loaf's I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That) Celine Dion's It's All Coming Back to Me Now and his own 1981 Top 40 hit Rock and Roll Dreams Co
  3. From Entertainment Lawyer Blind Items site - April 2021: Anyone know if this is legit? And if so, what are the chances the film will ever be available to the public? I'd definitely pay good money to see that performance.
  4. Actor Ronen Rubinstein, who plays T.K. on the show, has come out as bisexual.
  5. Actor Ronen Rubinstein, who plays the out firefighter-turned-paramedic son of Rob Lowe's character on 9-1-1: Lone Star, has come out as bisexual.
  6. So Gremlins-style mayhem featuring leftover Adipose from Doctor Who dressed up as mini Sta-Puft marshmallow men? Why not - could be fun!
  7. I liked some of the moments, and I really believe and appreciate the bond between the two men. However, the pilot is giving me an uneasy feeling the show concept simply substitutes a "Magical Muslim" into the old literature/media "Magical Negro" trope. I really don't want Al's sole purpose to be solving all of the problems his American friends are experiencing, teaching them to be better people through the sharing of his cultural wisdom and insights. I'd like to see that Al doesn't solely exist as instructor/mentor/guru for Riley and his family - give me some deeper insight into who Al is as a
  8. Neil Gaiman is determined to pursue other avenues for continuing the story following the cancellation by Starz.
  9. Looks like Shadow ain't gettin' out of that tree... Starz has cancelled American Gods.
  10. WKRP In Cincinnati hit the ground running with a very solid ensemble cast of characters, and while Season 1 had a few clunker episodes, it was filled with terrific ones including: Hold Up (Johnny's live remote at a stereo store is interrupted by a robber); A Date with Jennifer (Jennifer agrees to accompany Les to an awards dinner),; The Contest Nobody Could Win (Johnny mistakenly offers a $5,000.00 contest prize for identifying a song snippet medley); Tornado (Herb unplugs the news teletype as a twister heads toward the station); Commercial Break (The staff records a H
  11. Well, I'm really enjoying the show - I loved Charlie explaining to Rex why he hadn't entered him in the dog show this week. Rex wasn't buying it...
  12. The way the item is worded, it's hard to be sure if it means each actress had her own spin-off, or if both actresses were in the same spinoff. Either way, I'm stumped. I started thinking about Golden Girls/Golden Palace, but Betty White, the only surviving Golden Girl, never remarried after husband Allen Ludden died in 1981 - years before the original GG series began. Plus, by all accounts I've seen and heard, she and Mr. Ludden adored each other. The Mary Tyler Moore show also crossed my mind, but Rhoda actually ran for 5 seasons, so that wouldn't count as a short-lived spin-off... 🤔
  13. NBC has renewed Mr. Mayor for Season 2, according to TVLine.
  14. Great news - SyFy has renewed Resident Alien for Season 2, according to TVLine!
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