Amazon Has ‘The Power’ with a Teaser Trailer for the New Prime Video Series

A very cool series is coming to Prime Video! And even though it may not be affiliated with Lord of the Rings or The Boys, I think this one has the potential to be one heck of a shocking surprise! Called The Power, it’s based on on the New York Times best-selling novel by Naomi Alderman, and we’ve got your first look right here!

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‘Ginny & Georgia’ Creator Sarah Lampert and Sara Waisglass on Max’s Season 2 Journey

Nearly a month after its sophomore season release, Netflix’s Ginny & Georgia continues to dominate the Top 10 charts. The comedy-drama series revolves around the eccentric Georgia (Brianne Howey) and her teenage daughter, Ginny (Antonia Gentry), as they aim to start a new life in the idyllic small town of Wellsbury, Massachusetts. However, Georgia’s got more than a few skeletons in her closet. Like a cross between Gilmore Girls, Big Little Lies, and something else entirely, the series packs in romance, teen angst, family drama, and murder. 

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‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3 Poster and Featurette Celebrate Din and Grogu

Today marks the 30-day countdown to the season 3 premiere of The Mandalorian. Starring Pedro Pascal as Din Djarin, the critically acclaimed, original, live-action series sees its titular protagonist reunited with his cute but very powerful Grogu — let’s face it, his real name is Baby Yoda — and going on new adventures across the galaxy. To mark such an occasion, Disney has released a brand-new poster along with a featurette centered on the show’s legacy.

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Jennifer Coolidge and Steve Coulter Talk ‘Shotgun Wedding’

Jennifer Coolidge is having a banner year, and it’s only January! Not only did she just win a Golden Globe for her work on The White Lotus, she is also currently starring, alongside Steve Coulter, in Shotgun Wedding, which is now streaming on Prime Video. I had the opportunity to speak with the duo about their favorite elements of the film and genre!

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Jordan Alexander Discusses Season 2 of ‘Gossip Girl’ and What to Expect From the Finale

Jordan Alexander stars as Julien Calloway in Gossip Girl. The season two finale, which will now also serve as the series finale, premieres Thursday, January 26 on HBO Max.

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Sarah Michelle Gellar and the Cast of ‘Wolf Pack’ Preview Their New Supernatural Series

Wolf Pack, which is based on the book series by Edo Van Belkom, premieres on Thursday, January 26, exclusively on Paramount+. To preview the series, I spoke with Sarah Michelle Gellar, who also serves as an executive producer, Rodrigo Santoro, Chloe Rose Robertson, Tyler Lawrence Gray, Bella Shepard, and Armani Jackson!

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The Stars of ‘Bel-Air’ on Black Excellence and Representing for the Culture

A cloudy evening over The Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena did nothing to hide the high spirits inside The Tap Room — the resort’s cocktail bar and lounge — where the cast of NBC/Peacock’s NAACP award-nominated series Bel-Air came both to cool down and celebrate, post red carpet, after a long day of photos and interviews just an hour earlier.

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Netflix’s ‘Mo’ Will Return for a Second and Final Season

With audiences left hanging on a drastic cliffhanger at the end of Season 1, Netflix has thankfully renewed Mo for a second and final season that will conclude the story of Mo Najjar (Mo Amer), his girlfriend Maria (Teresa Ruiz), and their family and friends.

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‘The Hater’ Has an Earnest Heart

The election of Donald Trump in 2016 showed that real life had become more like a season of television than ever before. Two years into Joe Biden’s presidency — and in the aftermath of the January 6 insurrection — our identity as citizens in this country has become increasingly fragmented from each other. What is best for our communities has fallen to the wayside as it has become harder to find common ground. So when The Hater — written, directed and acted by the multi-talented Joey Ally — finally ended and credits began to roll, I finally realized what had been missing in so many other pieces of media about politics in the world of Fake News and political team sports. 

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The Cast of Netflix’s ‘Emily in Paris’ Talks All of the Season 3 Cliffhangers

Emily in Paris is back for a third season and to break down this new set of ten episodes, I discussed everything with Lily Collins, Ashley Park, Camille Razat, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Kate Walsh, Lucien Leon Laviscount, William Abadie, Samuel Arnold, and Bruno Gouery! The series has already been renewed for a fourth season.

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Adam Devine Talks All Things ‘Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin’

Adam Devine is back as Bumper Allen in the new series, Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin. The actor, who starred in the first two installments of the film franchise, is also an executive producer for the comedy, which is now streaming on Peacock.

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Micah Stock Discusses His New Drama Series, ‘Kindred’

Micah Stock stars as Kevin Franklin in FX’s Kindred, which is a television adaptation of Octavia E. Butler’s critically acclaimed novel of the same name. All eight episodes of the season begin streaming Tuesday, December 13, exclusively on Hulu.

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Atsuko Okatsuka on the Journey to Her HBO Comedy Special, ‘The Intruder’

For comedy nerds of a certain age, the HBO Comedy Special is synonymous with legends like George Carlin, Robin Williams, and Chris Rock. On December 10, Atsuko Okatsuka will add her name to the list when her HBO stand-up special, The Intruder, debuts.

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The Cast of Netflix’s ‘Firefly Lane’ Discusses the Final Season

Part 1 of Firefly Lane season 2 is now streaming on Netflix and I had the opportunity to speak with Sarah Chalke, Ali Skovbye, and Roan Curtis all about it! Part 2, which will include episodes 10 – 16 of the final season, will be released on June 8, 2023.

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New ‘Bad Batch’ Trailer Teases Action Packed, High Stakes Second Season

A peaceful-looking island on an unknown planet, followed immediately by members of the squad of genetically altered clones, the Bad Batch, being chased by large crabs, breaks the ground for a glimpse at what’s to come from the upcoming second season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch. Set in the aftermath of Order 66, the show follows these group of rogue clones, as they navigate a galaxy under this questionable new Empire.

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Showrunner Joshua Safran and the Cast of ‘Gossip Girl’ Talk Season 2

Gossip Girl is officially back and to celebrate, I spoke with Joshua Safran, Eli Brown, Whitney Peak, Grace Duah, Thomas Doherty, Emily Alyn Lind, Evan Mock, Zión Moreno, and Savannah Lee Smith! The first two episodes of the new season are now streaming on HBO Max.

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Highlights from the 42nd Hawai’i International Film Festival’s Virtual Program

For the third consecutive year of its 42-year run, the Hawai’i International Film Festival has a large selection of films available to view virtually. With titles ranging from Hawaii, the mainland, the overall Asia-Pacific region, and other parts of the world, there are so many for viewers to watch from the comfort of home, each of which expressing voices and stories of all kinds.

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Justin Hartley and Director Charles Shyer Discuss Their New Film, ‘The Noel Diary’

Justin Hartley stars in and executive produces The Noel Diary, which Charles Shyer directed and co-wrote. The movie, based on the book by Richard Paul Evans, is now streaming on Netflix.

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Unravelling the Mysteries of ‘Knives Out’ at the ‘Glasss Onion’ Press Conference

It’s time for another mystery folks, and Benoit Blanc, last of the gentleman sleuths, is back on the case! Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is hitting select theaters just in time for Thanksgiving, and to celebrate, we want to take you guys into all the fun and mystery from the film’s global press conference.

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Peeling Back the Layers of ‘Glass Onion’ with Jessica Henwick and Madelyn Cline

Benoit Blanc is back! And once more, he’s investigating another shocking mystery with a group of unsavory suspects aboard an eccentric billionaire’s glass onion in Greece; words that would only make sense in a Rian Johnson whodunnit. Among this cadre of characters is Peg (Jessica Henwick), the long suffering assistant of fashion icon Birdie Jay (Kate Hudson), and Whiskey (Madelyn Cline), the girlfriend of gun-enthusiast and alt-right male-rights activist, Duke (Dave Bautista).

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