|[12/01/23 - 12:31 PM]
"The Upshaws" Renewed for Part 6 on Netflix
Additionally, Part 5 is on the way, with six new episodes of the series slated to premiere in Spring 2024.
|[12/01/23 - 10:00 AM]
CBS to Broadcast Comedy Game Show Primetime Special Presentation "Byron Allen Presents Funny You Should Ask," Saturday, Dec. 9
The special presentation, from Byron Allen's Allen Media Group, will showcase four new half-hour episodes of the long-running, nationally syndicated daily comedy game show.
|[12/01/23 - 09:32 AM]
FOX Gets Into the Holiday Spirit with "The Christmas Break," A New Television Movie Event from MarVista Entertainment, Airing Thursday, December 21
Justin Long and India Mullen star as a couple who travels to Ireland for Christmas, where her large extended family force them to confront their marital differences.
|[12/01/23 - 09:00 AM]
Acorn TV's Jane Seymour-Led Hit "Harry Wild" Renewed for Third Season
"I am thrilled for another mystery-packed season of Harry Wild and can't wait for our fans to see what investigations Harry and Fergus encounter in Season 3 on Acorn TV," says Seymour.
|[12/01/23 - 08:51 AM]
Apple Original Films Announces Riveting New Documentary Feature "Girls State," From the Acclaimed Filmmakers of Emmy Award-Winning "Boys State"
The documentary follows 500 teenage girls from across Missouri gather for a week-long immersion in an elaborate laboratory of democracy, where they build a government from the ground up, campaign for office and form a Supreme Court to weigh the most divisive issues of the day.
|[12/01/23 - 08:01 AM]
Video: "The Crown" Season 6 - Part 2 Trailer - Netflix
With the Commonwealth irrevocably changed, Queen Elizabeth II reflects on her life and legacy, and paves the way for her successors Charles and William.
|[12/01/23 - 08:00 AM]
Revered HGTV Designer Hilary Farr Bids Farewell to Hit Series "Love It or List It"
"It's been a wonderful 12 years. I'm so grateful to the network for their support and to my fans who have stayed loyal and true. David and I will remain friends forever and I expect him to be as fabulously and hilariously annoying as ever," said Hilary.
|[12/01/23 - 07:01 AM]
Peacock Exclusively Acquires Angelina Jolie and John Legend Produced Documentary "We Dare to Dream"
A 2023 Tribeca Festival selection, the refugee sports documentary will exclusively stream on Peacock beginning December 1.
|[12/01/23 - 07:01 AM]
Video: "Squid Game: The Challenge" - Who Will Win the 4.56 Million Dollars? - Finale Trailer - Netflix
Tune into the finale event on December 6 at 9pm ET, 6pm PT to see who will take home the grand prize.
|[12/01/23 - 06:01 AM]
We See This One Coming: "Nothing to See Here" Season 2 Is Confirmed
After reaching first place in the top 10 most watched series in Mexico and debuting on the global Non-English list list with 2.4M views, Netflix confirms that "Nothing to See Here" will have a second season.
|[12/01/23 - 05:01 AM]
"Stranger Things: The First Shadow" Debuts Additional Production Images
Brought to life by a multi-award-winning creative team, who take theatrical storytelling and stagecraft to a whole new dimension, this gripping new adventure will take you right back to the beginning of the Stranger Things story - and may hold the key to the end.
|[11/30/23 - 11:01 PM]
Netflix Lights Up the End of the Year with Four Acclaimed Taiwanese Films
From spine-chilling horror to heartwarming comedy and gripping crime drama, each film stands as a testament to the diverse storytelling prowess of Taiwan's film industry.
|[11/30/23 - 10:07 PM]
ABC's "The Golden Wedding" Airs Live Thursday, Jan. 4, 2024
Hosted by Jesse Palmer, the two-hour special features Gerry Turner walking down the aisle to begin his next chapter, happily ever after.
|[11/30/23 - 12:35 PM]
January on Hallmark, "The Way Home" Is Back Along with Five All-New Movie Premieres
Highlights include Katherine MacNamara in "True Justice: Family Ties," premiering Friday, January 12 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.
|[11/30/23 - 12:00 PM]
"Jury Duty's" Ronald Gladden Signs Overall Deal with Amazon MGM Studios
Gladden, a solar contractor originally from Oregon, rose to fame as the unsuspecting juror in the comedy series.