Before Cancelation, ‘GLOW’ Cast Sent Letter to Netflix Calling for Greater Season 4 Inclusion

Sunita Mani, who portrayed Arthie Premkumar on Netflix’s recently canceled “GLOW” comedy series, revealed a letter she and five other cast members sent to Netflix and the show’s producers earlier in the year. Seen in an Instagram post on Monday, the letter — which was co-signed by “GLOW” stars Sydelle Noel, Britney Young, Shakira Barrera, Kia Stevens, and Ellen Wong

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Now That Some New York Movie Theaters Can Reopen, Will Blockbusters Follow?

After months of nearly constant bad news — theater closures, movie postponements, “Tenet!” — the film industry last week finally received a glimmer of good news: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that cinemas outside of NYC can start reopening on Friday. Hollywood studios have made it clear that blockbusters won’t return until cinemas in New York and California, two

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A Place in the Sun: Jasmine Harman ‘leaves role’ in rare move leaving guests to view alone

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Jasmine Harman, 44, was on hand to help married couple Hilary and Alan find their dream house from home in the Spanish region of Alicante. The A Place in the Sun presenter learnt the pair hadn’t been

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'Below Deck Med' Reunion Previews Point To a Messy Hour of Television

Deckhand Alex Radcliffe described the Below Deck Mediterranean Season 5 reunion as a sh*tshow and it appears that he wasn’t kidding. Previews show confrontations and clashes over one of the most controversial seasons to date. Chief stew Hannah Ferrier insisted that Captain Sandy Yawn came onto the show with preconceived notions about her. Ferrier said Yawn criticized her about forgetting

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Roadkill viewers 'switch off' as they blast new BBC drama for 'awful anti-Tory bias and appalling story'

ROADKILL viewers "switch off" as they criticised the new BBC drama for awful anti-Tory bias. The show made its premiere on BBC One last night and fans weren't pleased with the show's political story, which they branded as "appalling". Hugh Laurie, 61, stars as Peter Laurence, a very cunning and calculated politician who oozes charisma. In the first episode he

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