February 24, 2021 - 13:59 GMT Emmy Griffiths The series is set to be returning for 2021 - but what do we know so far? Boris Johnson's road map is in place and If all goes as it should, summer 2021 will be ours to enjoy once again after a long, difficult year of lockdowns and social distancing. With pubs reopening, holidays allowed and even night clubs making a comeback, it can only mean one thing: that we'll all be sat at home watching Love Island , obviously! So what do we know about the return to the iconic villa? Find out all of the info we have so far... Will Love Island definitely return for 2021? So far, it is looking very promising that the show will be back for this summer! In a statement back in June 2020, ITV said: "Love Island UK will return bigger and better than ever with an extended run in summer 2021." The network's chief executive previously said it would depend on the pandemic, explaining to BBC Radio … [Read more...] about Love Island 2021: everything we know about the return to the villa so far
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February 28, 2021 - 19:29 GMT Emmy Griffiths All the new and returning faces joining Jason Watkins and Tala Gouveia for series two of the hit murder mystery drama ITV detective drama McDonald & Dodds returns this weekend, and we're so excited to see what series two has in store. MORE: McDonald and Dodds: everything we know about series two The show follows Jason Watkins and Tala Gouveia as an unlikely duo thrown together to solve complex crimes – and discover that they need each other more than they ever expected. So who are all the new and returning faces joining the stars for series two? Keep reading to find out... Loading the player... WATCH: Did you watch series one of the murder mystery? Tala Gouveia as DCI McDonald As an ambitious, driven police officer, Tala said that it was a "fantastic" part to play. Speaking about her character she said: "She is a great female lead and as a young woman of colour, … [Read more...] about McDonald & Dodds: Meet the cast of series two of the ITV detective drama
March 02, 2021 - 09:58 GMT Bridie Wilkins Loose Women star Coleen Nolan home: see where Coleen lives in Cheshire with her daughter Ciara and son Shane, after overhauling an area of the garden. Coleen Nolan has been giving fans daily updates on how she spends her time at home recently, and the latest revealed that she and her daughter Ciara had been overhauling an allotment area in the garden of their home. She shared a photo on Instagram showing Ciara painting a picket fence white as she sat on a camping chair, while Coleen enjoyed a cup of tea from her Friends -inspired Central Perk mug. She captioned the post: "Looks like sitting down on the job is the way forward #CuppawithCol @ciarafensome." READ: Coleen Nolan's fans stunned by living room transformation - watch Coleen Nolan's garden after painting Coleen's son Shane also shares the home with Coleen and Ciara, and apparently the family had been debating … [Read more...] about Coleen Nolan and daughter Ciara transform beautiful garden – see before and after
Photo-Illustration: Vulture and Photos by Getty Images 1912: The U.S. government breaks up the New York–based conglomerate Motion Picture Patents Company, a.k.a. the Movie Trust. This paves the way for a newly formed Universal to open studios in L.A. and attract more of the budding film industry. 1928: Each of the big eight film studios now opens in L.A., ushering in the “Golden Age” of film in Hollywood. At the same time, Schenectady stations W2XB and WGY transmit the first-ever televised drama, The Queen’s Messenger , to Los Angeles. Direct lines between the entertainment industries on the two coasts begin to be drawn. 1938: After more than a decade of operating solely out of New York, radio-broadcast rivals NBC and CBS confirm the pull of L.A. by opening studios there. 1939: The earliest commercial-TV experiments begin with NBC station W2XBS, establishing New York as the new medium’s hub of innovation. 1946: Contrary to conventional East Coast wisdom, … [Read more...] about The History of Comedians Moving Between NYC and L.A.
Photo: SAG AFTRA Last month, the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists — the labor union better known by its acronym SAG-AFTRA, though it’s my understanding most people just call it SAG — approved an “ influencer agreement ,” setting up a pathway for the now-ubiquitous creative class to gain membership and access protections typically afforded to more traditional forms of creative work. I learned this, of course, the same way I learn about most other economic developments in the influencer space, which is by reading Taylor Lorenz, who wrote an informative piece on the matter for The New York Times. What happens in influencer-land is increasingly pertinent to what happens here in podcast-land, in part because influencers as a talent ecosystem have flowed quite a bit into the podcast business in recent years, as they have just almost everywhere else as part of their search for greater revenue diversification. It’s also just interesting to … [Read more...] about Can the Screen Actors Guild and Podcasters Get Along?