Rodger Bumpass and Carolyn Lawrence Talk ‘Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years’

Rodger Bumpass and Carolyn Lawrence voice the beloved characters of Squidward and Sandy in Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years, which is the first original spinoff of Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants. The series was recently picked up for a second season. New episodes are now streaming on Paramount+.

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Olivia Liang is Ready for Nicky to “Figure it All Out” This Season on ‘Kung Fu’

Olivia Liang knows what the fans want.

“The state of Hicky,” Liang laughs.

The Kung Fu star, who plays Nicky Shen, is prepping for press week as the third season premieres this Wednesday. She is ready to answer all the pressing questions that fans want to know, especially regarding Nicky’s love life.

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‘Kung Fu’ Showrunners Give a Season 3 Sneak Peek and Answer Our Shipping Questions

Kung Fu third season returns this week and there’s A LOT to digest after the earthquake of last season that shook more than just the ground — Harmony Dumplings was left in shambles; Althea’s (Shannon Dang) career took a turn for the worse after hacking into everyone’s location (to save them); Dennis (Tony Chung) has been cut off from his family; Zhilan (Yvonne Chapman) is stuck in the other dimension; Henry (Eddie Liu) left on his own adventure; and, Nicky (Olivia Liang) now has to figure out lift without a warrior’s purpose and a boyfriend.

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Maitreyi Ramakrishnan Talks Bringing Zipp to Life in ‘My Little Pony: Make Your Mark’

Maitreyi Ramakrishnan voices Zipp in My Little Pony: Make Your Mark. The series builds on the television special, which debuted in the “Top 10” for Children’s programming on Netflix. New episodes are now streaming!

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Hasan Minhaj on Pushing the Envelope as ‘The King’s Jester’

On October 4, Hasan Minhaj makes his triumphant return to Netflix with his newest special, The King’s Jester. In advance of the special’s global premiere, I had the chance to sit down with Hasan to ask about his process (and troll him about Kumail Nanjiani and the Sacramento Kings).

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‘Hocus Pocus 2’ Cast on Becoming a Part of Family Halloween Traditions

When the first Hocus Pocus was released 29 years ago, it received little fanfare. But despite its critical and commercial shortcomings, the film became a cult classic and built a coven that would demand a sequel. And since we are living in the streaming age, a Hocus Pocus 2 has a place where that could work.

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‘Strange World’ Creators on Modernizing Classic Pulp Action-Adventures

The legacy of Walt Disney Animation Studios has built its rich history of films on innovative animation technology and bold storytelling. And while we’ve seen hit animated musical features, Strange World leans heavily into the action-adventure genre while also telling timeless stories about family legacy. And as the 61st animated feature, Strange World takes much of its inspiration from the pages of pulp magazines that asked its readers to go on a journey beyond what’s possible.

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Octavio Pisano Talks ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ on the Season Premiere Red Carpet

Octavio Pisano plays Detective Joe Velasco on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. New episodes of season 24 air Thursday nights at 9 PM ET on NBC. It is the longest-running primetime live-action series of all time. During the Law & Order Season Premiere red carpet, I had the opportunity to interview the actor!

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The Cast of ‘Ramy’ on What’s in Store for the Hassan Family in Season 3

When we find the Hassan family at the start of Ramy Season 3, the son of the family has brought not only shame, but severe consequences for his family that threaten the life they’ve built in the States. Where do they go from here, and will they ever be able to pay back their debts? How will the Hassan family change through their experiences this season?

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The Cast of ‘Reasonable Doubt’ Discuss Inspiration, Collaboration, and Creativity

Onyx Collective’s new stellar legal drama, Reasonable Doubt is set to premiere on Tuesday, September 27 on Hulu. From executive producer Kerry Washington, Reasonable doubt is loosely based on the incredibly talented celebrity attorney Shawn Holley, and follows Jacqueline “Jax” Stewart, a premier criminal defense lawyer from L.A. as she battles the justice system while trying to deal with a breaking marriage and hardships of motherhood. 

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Tyler James Williams and William Stanford Davis on ABC’s Beloved Comedy, ‘Abbott Elementary’

Tyler James Williams and William Stanford Davis play Gregory Eddie and Mr. Johnson in Abbott Elementary. New episodes of season 2 air Wednesday nights at 9 PM ET on ABC. Additionally, you can watch on demand and on Hulu the following day.

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‘Thai Cave Rescue’ Producers Wanted the Diaspora to Feel Connected

When Netflix’s Thai Cave Rescue was first announced, executive producer Jon M. Chu immediately tweeted that this project belonged to the people who lived it — the Thai people. He was determined to not let the series be whitewashed or center on white saviors.

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Martha Millan on What to Expect This Season on ‘The Cleaning Lady’

*** Please note the article contains spoilers from the season 2 premiere of FOX’s The Cleaning Lady ***

Grief is a very difficult feeling to process, especially when it’s the loss of a close loved one. It becomes even more complicated when you find out it was at the hands of another loved one — although it was accidental.

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Allison Janney and Jurnee Smollett Talk ‘Lou’ and the Value of Female Action Heroes

Allison Janney and Jurnee Smollett executive produce and star as Lou and Hannah in Lou. The new action-packed thriller is now streaming, only on Netflix.

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Matthew Libatique on Capturing the Nightmare of ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

Today, after many weeks of drama, Don’t Worry Darling, the anticipated sophomore film for director Olivia Wilde is finally hitting theaters. And while the film itself is getting something of a mixed reaction, the one thing many can agree on is that the visuals are terrific. And part of that is the vision of Oscar-nominated, Filipino American cinematographer Matthew Libatique.

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Costume Designer Rafaella Rabinovich on Designing ‘The Imperfects’

Stop me if you’ve heard this one: a succubus, a banshee, and a chupacabra walk into a Netflix series, and decide to fight bad guys. While not literal, that is essentially the premise of the new Netflix original series, The Imperfects.

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‘Law & Order,’ ‘Organized Crime,’ and ‘SVU’ Stars Preview the Crossover Premiere Event

The new seasons of Law & Order, Law & Order: Organized Crime, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit premiere tonight on NBC. This will mark a historic crossover, bringing all three of the brand’s casts together for a special night on television. At the Law & Order Season Premiere red carpet, I discussed the event with Ice-T, Hugh Dancy, Danielle Moné Truitt, Octavio Pisano, Sam Waterston, Ainsley Seiger, and Camryn Manheim.

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Janelle James and Chris Perfetti Talk About the Response to ‘Abbott Elementary’

Janelle James and Chris Perfetti play Ava Coleman and Jacob Hill in Abbott Elementary. Season 2 premieres tonight at 9 PM ET on ABC. New episodes will continue to air Wednesday and are then available to watch on demand and on Hulu the following day.

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Editing the Dystopian World of ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ with Affonso Goncalves

They say that shooting a movie means collecting footage, but editing a movie makes it a film. Ok, that’s not an actual quote from anywhere, I just made it up. But doesn’t make it any less true. The editing process is actually where a movie finds itself. And for director Olivia Wilde’s head-trip, Don’t Worry Darling, you need a strong editor to bring to life the nightmarish fever dream poor Florence Pugh must fight through. That’s where Affonso Goncalves comes in!

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Mariska Hargitay on the Power of Olivia Benson and ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’

Mariska Hargitay executive produces and stars as Captain Olivia Benson in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. The new season premieres on Thursday, September 22 on NBC and marks a historic crossover event, bringing all three of the brand’s casts together for a special night. To celebrate, I covered the Law & Order Season Premiere red carpet and spoke with Hargitay!

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