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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Nellie:

Hugh Grant Shuts Down Oscar Red Carpet With Awkward Interview

Hugh Grant''s return to the Oscars proved very memorable before he even took the stage to present. He joined ABC pre-show's Ashley Graham for a train wreck red carpet interview, which set social media on fire. → Read More

Amy Retzinger Leaving Verve After 11 Years

EXCLUSIVE: Veteran TV lit agent Amy Retzinger is departing Verve where she has been a partner for more than 11 years. She just confirmed her exit in a company email with the subject "New Adventures... → Read More

Michael B. Jordan Spearheading ‘Creed-Verse’ In Works At Amazon Across Film & TV

Creed could spawn an Amazon universe spanning both film and TV. → Read More

Bob Bakish Talks Smaller, Franchise-Driven Showtime Slate, Hints At More ‘Ray Donovan’

Showtime has been going through downsizing and recalibration since the November ouster of longtime CEO David Nevins and the premium network's inclusion in Paramount Media Networks President Chris McCarthy's portfolio. → Read More

‘The Good Lawyer’: First-Look At Kennedy McMann & Felicity Huffman In ‘The Good Doctor’ Spinoff

Following tonight's episode of The Good Doctor, ABC released a trailer for the next episode, airing March 13, which is an embedded pilot episode for potential spinoff The Good Lawyer. → Read More

John Oliver Explains To O.J. Simpson Why People Keep Asking Him To Comment On Alex Murdaugh Trial

John Oliver opened Last Week Tonight Sunday by briefly recapping a couple of the biggest headlines of the past week, including the verdict in the trial of Alex Murdaugh who was found guilty of killing his wife and son. → Read More

Casting Directors Sound Off On Self-Tape Controversy: “We Shouldn’t Be Taking Money From Actors”

Pent-up frustration by actors over the way audition process has evolved -- or devolved -- during the pandemic erupted this week when actors Ever Carradine, Merrin Dungey and Sprague Grayden slammed an ad by Betty Mae Casting offering paid self-taping services for non-Betty Mae projects. → Read More

‘Rachael Ray’ Daytime Show To End After 17 Seasons

After 17 seasons, The Rachael Ray Show syndicated daytime talk show has been canceled. → Read More

Daisy Ridley To Star In ‘The Better Liar’ Series Based On Book In Works At Amazon From Raelle Tucker

EXCLUSIVE: Amazon Studios has partnered with The Tornante Company to develop The Better Liar, a drama series based on the book by the same name by Tanen Jones. → Read More

‘Citadel’ Trailer Release Delayed Following Greece Deadly Train Crash

Prime Video has postponed the release of the first trailer for its global spy series Citadel in light of the deadly Greece train crash. → Read More

Kristen Bell Stars In Erin Foster Comedy Series Ordered By Netflix With Steve Levitan As EP & 20th TV As Studio

Netflix has greenlighted an untitled comedy series created and executive produced by Erin Foster, starring and executive produced by Kristen Bell and executive produced by Steven Levitan. → Read More

Brendan Fraser Signs With CAA

Brendan Fraser, an Oscar Best Actor nominee this year for A24's The Whale, has signed with CAA. → Read More

Tom Sizemore End Of Life Decision Looms After Doctors Say “No Further Hope” Following Stroke

Tom Sizemore’s manager Charles Lago has released new information about the prognosis for the actor who has been hospitalized in critical condition in intensive care since February 18, in a co… → Read More

‘The Residence’: Andre Braugher, Susan Kelechi Watson & Ken Marino Among 11 Cast In Netflix’s Shondaland Series

Eleven cast members have joined Netflix’s Shondaland murder-mystery drama The Residence including Andre Braugher, Ken Marino, Susan Kelechi Watson. → Read More

‘Citadel’ Sets Premiere Date; First Look At Amazon Global Spy Series Reveals Lesley Manville Casting

Prime Video this morning released first look at its global spy series from Anthony and Joe Russo, Citadel, which will premiere April 28 with two episodes, followed by a new episode released weekly every Friday through May 26. → Read More

‘Sinking Spring’: Michael Mando Exits Apple Series; Wagner Moura To Replace Him

Wagner Moura (Narcos) is set to star opposite Brian Tyree Henry in Apple TV+’s crime drama series Sinking Spring, from Top Gun: Maverick writer Peter Craig, in a recasting. → Read More

Nancy Dubuc Exits As Vice Media CEO After 5 Years

EXCLUSIVE: Nancy Dubuc is leaving Vice Media Group where she was CEO for the past five years. She just announced her decision to her staff in a memo (you can read it below. → Read More

‘Grey’s Anatomy’: How Meredith Bid Farewell To Seattle Amid Heartache & Hope And Set Up Series’ Future

Tonight's episode of the ABC medical drama Grey's Anatomy followed Meredith's last day at Grey Sloan Memorial and set up the series' future. → Read More

‘Diligence’ Drama From Sheldon Turner & Jennifer Klein In Works At AMC

AMC Studios is in early development on Diligence, a drama from Sheldon Turner and Jennifer Klein’s Vendetta Productions, for AMC and AMC+. → Read More

‘The Goldbergs’ To End With Season 10 On ABC

The Goldbergs' current tenth season will be its last, with the May season finale serving as a series finale, I have learned. → Read More