Television

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains details about tonight’s series finale of Schitt’s Creek. In the penultimate episode of Schitt’s Creek, we hit one of many emotional mile markers on its journey to Tuesday night’s final hurrah with the Rose family. The scene in question shows David (Dan Levy) and Stevie (Emily Hampshire) sitting on a car
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WarnerMedia parent A&T said Tuesday it’s set up a new $5.5 billion loan agreement at competitive rates with 12 banks to provide additional financial flexibility to its “already strong cash position.” The loans are pre-payable without penalty, it said as it seeks to reassure the markets and employees that it’s on solid ground in uncertain
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Cedric the Entertainer is teaming up with some of his famous friends and Def Comedy Jam for a coronavirus fundraiser called “Healing Through Laughter.” The Neighborhood star will be joined by fellow comics Chris Tucker, Adele Givens, Spice Adams, Corey Holcomb, D.L. Hughley and Luenell for the livestream on Sunday, April 5, Cedric’s team said
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Bernie Sanders warned HBO Real Time host Bill Maher that it’s entirely possible that President Donald Trump will direct coronavirus relief money to states based on whether he needs to win them in the 2020 presidential race. “If you think that during a campaign, you’re not going to see a lot of money from the Trump
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Showrunner Matthew Wheeler has signed with Thruline and APA. Wheeler most recently served as co-showrunner and executive producer on CBS’ long-running hit series Hawaii Five-0, which as Deadline recently reported will be ending its 10-year run with a two-hour series finale tonight. He joined the writing staff in 2014 as a story editor and three
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is Stephen Colbert’s virtual guest on his home edition of The Late Show, but the first clip from their discussion is anything but lighthearted. Have a look below. The clip focuses on Pelosi’s new bipartisan committee in the House of Representatives that will oversee the White House’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and
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EXCLUSIVE: What would a workplace comedy look like in the current environment of offices around the world closed and employees working remotely under stay-at-home mandates to slow the spread of the coronavirus? Ben Silverman and Paul Lieberstein, former executive producers of one of the most popular workplace comedies ever, The Office, are taking inspiration from
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