The 58-year-old reprised the role for a 2016 movie, but he is more focused on a potential third series of After Life
Seven alligators and one crocodile previously belonging to Michael Jackson were burned alive at Joe Exotic's zoo.
Netflix Inc has established a $100 million fund to assist workers on film and television productions that have been shut down due to the global coronavirus outbreak, the company said on Friday. The company also said $15 million of the fund would go to third parties and non-profit organizations that were providing emergency relief to out-of-work crew and cast in countries where Netflix has a large production base. "This community has supported Netflix through the good times, and we want to help them through these hard times, especially while governments are still figuring out what economic support they will provide," Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said in a blog post.
The worldwide coronavirus pandemic has impacted life in all sorts of ways and the world of entertainment has not been exempt
Creator Morgan has revealed future plans for the show following the lukewarm reception to the third season
The Ross actor talks white privilege and says he had to 'push' for his character to 'date women of colour'
Eniko Parrish cries as she tells the actor "You publicly humiliated me", in the new Netflix series.
It was rich pickings when it came to television in 2019 as there was an abundance of superb quality programming available, particularly as streaming site rivalry grew even more tense over the past 12 months.But which TV shows really left their mark by making a splash on the small screen?Read more: The most notable celebrity deaths of 2019There were plenty of beginnings when it came to new shows like Netflix’s Russian Doll, but also many old favourites returning including the BBC’s Peaky Blinders back for its fifth series.However, it also saw some definite endings too, most notably in the conclusion of huge TV talking point Game of Thrones for better or for worse, depending on who you ask. It’s been a rollercoaster.
New BBC show 'Seven Worlds, One Planet' features some of the same footage shown in Netflix series 'Our Planet'.
Broadcasting regulator Ofcom has revealed that Friends is the most streamed show in the UK for the second year running, as Netflix and YouTube become the nation’s third and fourth most popular channels.
The four most popular television channels in Britain now include YouTube and Netflix, an Ofcom report has found, as the streaming giants eclipse BBC Two and Channel 4 in a drastically changing media landscape.
The new TV horror show has been filmed at Henley Road Cemetery, in Caversham, Berkshre across several nights this week.