‘One Day At A Time’ Gallery: A Look Back At Netflix’s Comedy Reboot
As fans of Netflix’s One Day at a Time digest its cancellation today, Deadline takes a look back the update of Norman Lear’s classic 1975-84 sitcom. Click on the photo above to launch the gallery.
The series followed three generations of a Cuban-American family sometimes-reluctantly cohabitating and navigating the ups and downs of life. It centered on Penelope (Justina Machado), a newly single mom and military veteran, as she navigated the triumphs and tribulations that… Read
‘Arrow’ Gallery: A History Of The CW Superhero Series In Pictures
The CW’s longest-running superhero series is about to meet its end as the network said today that it has just one final season of Arrow in its quiver. The DC Comics show starring Stephen Amell will wrap with its upcoming 10-episode eighth season. Launch a photo gallery celebrating the series’ history by clicking on the photo above.
Since Arrow premiered on October 10, 2012, the CW has launched three other superhero series that make up its “Arrowverse”: The Flash (2014)… Read
‘Game Of Thrones’: 20 New Character Posters Show The Realm Of Possibilities
HBO on Thursday released 20 character posters for the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones and in each portrait there’s a reminder that a realm of possibilities exist for a series that may be running out of episodes but still has plenty of surprises up its chainmail sleeve.
“Who remains in the realm?” To get the answer, click on the photo to launch the gallery which recaps the surviving players still in play as a savage competition for power that defines Game of Thro… Read
Oscar Winners: Rami Malek, Spike Lee & Others Take Home The Golden Statue – Photo Gallery
The 91st annual Academy Awards were filled with a slew of first-time winners, including Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody) for Best Actor, Olivia Colman (The Favourite) for Best Actress and Spike Lee (BlacKkKlansman) for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Black Panther‘s Ruth E. Carter became the first African-American woman ever to win an Oscar in the Costume Design category. Alfonso Cuaron also picked up his fifth career Oscar in the memorable 2019 ceremony.
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Oscars 2019 Red Carpet Arrivals Gallery
Before the 91st Academy Awards begin and the coveted Oscars are handed out, nominees, presenters and guests must first make their way through the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
As usual, E! and ABC are covering the action, which so far has included Spike Lee in a Prince-tribute purple suit, Roma Best Actress nominee Yalitza Aparicio and Crazy Rich Asians star Constance Wu are among the notable names.
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‘2025’: How Did Keshet’s ‘Black Mirror’-Meets-‘Monopoly’ Entertainment Format Land?
Keshet's secretive entertainment format 2025 finally launched last week and it turns out it's all about money.
The series, which is running as a live daily prime-time strip on Keshet 12 four days a week, began with 16 contestants at the gates of a futuristic Westworld-meets-Truman Show-style city on the outskirts of Yavne.
You can see exclusive images from the show above and here.
Eight duels took place with viewers deciding who would enter the city and who would not… Read
Deadline Studio at Sundance 2019 – Day 2: Emma Roberts, Jon Hamm, Armie Hammer, Naomi Watts & More
Deadline's studio at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival kicked off Day 2 at Hotel Park City by hosting fest-goers including Emma Roberts of Paradise Hill, Jon Hamm of The Report, Armie Hammer of Wounds, Naomi Watts of Luce and many more.
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Stay tuned for more galleries and video interviews from the Deadline Studio at Sundance 2019.
The festival continues through February 3.
The Deadline Studio is presented by Hyundai. Thanks to… Read
Notable Hollywood & Entertainment Industry Deaths In 2018 – Photo Gallery
Amid the chaos that was 2018, the show business industry lost some major players. There were icons of the big screen (Burt Reynolds) and TV (Penny Marshall, Billy Graham, Anthony Bourdain), along with such legends as Marvel hero Stan Lee, sportscaster Keith Jackson and singer Aretha Franklin, to name just a few of the year’s high-profile passings.
Hollywood also lost groundbreaking producers (Craig Zadan, Raymond Chow, Arnold Kopelson, Steven Bochco), unforgettable… Read
The Most Notable TV Character Deaths/Exits Of 2018 – A Photo Gallery
Each year brings a raft of deaths and exits of our favorite TV characters, but 2018 saw them come at a dizzying pace. While this year's list is numbingly long, Deadline looks at some of the most high-profile and memorable characters who left us in 2018.
Some we knew would be exiting, but the question was how, such as Kevin Spacey's Frank Underwood in House of Cards and Danny Masterson's in The Ranch, both of whom had been fired amid sexual misconduct allegations. Of… Read
Penny Marshall: A Life & Career In Pictures
The actress and filmmaker who went from recurring on The Odd Couple to starring in one of the biggest sitcoms of the 1970s to producing and/or directing studio features including Big and A League of Their Own has left us. Penny Marshall died Monday night at her Hollywood Hills home at 75, leaving behind a legacy of revered and respected work in front of and behind the camera. Click on the image above to launch a photo gallery of her career.
Marshall played Laverne DeFazio… Read
William Goldman: Photo Gallery Of A Screenwriting Legend’s Greatest Hits
You probably can recite some of his lines — from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (“Would you jump if you don’t have to?” “I have to, and I ain’t gonna!”) or All the President’s Men (“Just follow the money”) and likely The Princess Bride (“My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die” or “Inconceivable!” or “Anybody want a peanut?” etc.)
The man behind the pen for those classic films and many others was William Goldman, who died Thursday at 87. And… Read
Deadline Studio at Tribeca 2018 – Part 2: John Legend, Jeffrey Wright, Alia Shawkat, Jay Ellis & More
The Deadline Studio at the Tribeca Film Festival is up and running for five talent-filled days at the NYC fest; including visits by John Legend (Jesus Christ Superstar), Jeffrey Wright (O.G.), Alia Shawkat (Duck Butter), and many more. Photographer Mark Mann is behind the lens for our series of photo sessions and video interviews. Click on the image above to open the gallery, and follow Deadline for more photos and video interviews from Tribeca 2018.
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