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We have a feeling they won't be feeding a small country though…
NBCUniversal said those reports were "grossly inaccurate," which was total hyperbole because the family is said to be still getting $80 million, with ratings bonuses. The deal is for three seasons, with a fourth season option, and will still be on E!.
We're still reeling from Cape-Gate! Who can blame us? Cape Fear made us very afraid; we don't want anything bad to ever happen to her Madgesty!
Basically the cape's string that was tied around her neck was too tight to slide off, so her two backup dancers ended up "basically strangling" her.
Here's what she told Jonathan about the whole incident:
The CW can do no wrong!
After The Flash's record-breaking premiere at the start of the 2014-2015 season, it's no surprise that the CBS and Warner Bros. network is interested in fleshing out its DC Comics Universe.
According to a new report, the people behind Arrow, Supergirl, and The Flash are already working on a fourth superhero series… but we think this one is going to be the best yet!
That's because the untitled project is said to have a cast consisting of characters from both Starling City and Central City!
Empire has been a HUGE ratings boon for Fox, so it's no surprise the network is planning on capitalizing on the success!
And since that was pretty successful, we're guessing it's going to happen soon!
Here's what co-chair and co-CEO of Fox Television Group Dana Walden said:
She's making moves!
Raven-Symoné recently had an amazing appearance on the show Empire, and it seems her guest spots will NOT be stopping there!
The former That's So Raven star has signed up for another freshman network series that is picking up some very good ratings…
…A show called Black-ish!
Raven will play
Attention children of the '80s!
It's taken almost 30 years for Jem to become a live-action movie and we've got our first look!
For all you youngins out there, Jem was THE top cartoon in 1986.
Jem and the Holograms changes the origin story a bit — instead of working at a record label like her cartoon counterpart, this big-screen Jem is an underground video sensation!
Is the adaptation truly, truly, truly outrageous, or truly, truly, truly disappointing? Take a look at the first image for yourself (below)!