Television

Don’t throw away your shot to watch Hamilton from the comfort of your own home! Disney+ is about to release the biggest musical to hit Broadway in the last decade, so get ready to reignite your obsession with this epic reimagining of Alexander Hamilton’s story. Back in 2016, the original Broadway cast of Hamilton: An American Musical filmed the show
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Saturday Night Live alum Jay Pharoah is the latest celebrity to speak out about police brutality. In an Instagram video released on Friday, the comedian detailed his experience being detained by police. His story was accompanied by security footage of the incident captured from a nearby store.  Pharoah was jogging on Ventura Blvd. and Corbin
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Amazon Prime Video is providing even more options for what to watch during the summer of quarantine by adding even more shows and movies to its library. This June on Prime is all about movies, with buzzy recent movies like the blockbuster mystery comedy-thriller Knives Out (June 12), gator horror flick Crawl (June 18), and
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The 100‘s final season has introduced an entirely new civilization of humans, but who are they exactly? Recent episodes have given us a few important clues, which could point towards a pretty huge reveal. Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and her crew on planet Alpha finally came face to face with one of these people, who called
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Cops won’t be returning to TV anytime soon. Paramount Network has officially canceled the police reality show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  This news comes just days after A&E decided to pull episodes of Live PD and Cops was pulled from Paramount’s schedule in the wake of protests against police brutality following the death of George Floyd. Cops had
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If you’ve been watching the news or on social media lately, you’ve no doubt found it hard to ignore cases of videotaped racist incidents, or examples of police brutality that have triggered nationwide outrage and protests. From Breonna Taylor, the EMT who was killed when police entered her apartment on a search warrant; to the runner
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The Criterion Channel, an online subscription resource for important classic and contemporary films, has lifted the paywall on many movies and documentaries from Black filmmakers that showcase the Black experience. Cheryl Dunye‘s The Watermelon Woman, Julie Dash‘s Daughters of the Dust, and Oscar Micheaux‘s Body and Soul are just some of the titles now available to
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There were a lot of famous faces that crossed paths with the titular family in The Sopranos. If you’re just now checking out — or perhaps revisiting — the decorated drama in light of HBO Max’s recent launch, you’ll no doubt notice many A-listers appearing in guest star, and sometimes even background, roles. Throughout the show’s
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Note: This story originally ran in February 2020, as part of a Black History Month series. Amid the ongoing civil unrest around the country, TV Guide is re-publishing this story and others like it to help foster greater understanding and awareness around issues of racial justice. Jayan Bouknight has seen just about every superhero show
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Note: This feature originally ran in February 2020 for Black History Month. Amid the ongoing civil unrest around the country, TV Guide is re-publishing this story and others like it to help foster greater understanding and awareness around issues of racial justice. Superheroes are thriving on TV, and an unprecedented number of them are African
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TV Guide, which is owned by the ViacomCBS corporation, will be participating in Blackout Tuesday. Music executives Jamila Thomas and Brianna Agyemang spearheaded the initiative using the hashtag #TheShowMustBePaused, which initially began as a call for music industry brands to shut down on Tuesday, June 2 in solidarity with the nationwide protests against police brutality
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If you’ve been watching the news or on social media lately, you’ve no doubt found it hard to ignore cases of videotaped racist incidents, or examples of police brutality that’ve triggered outrage and protests. From Breonna Taylor, the EMT who was killed when police entered her apartment on a search warrant, to the runner Ahmaud Arbery
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