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Mar 23

Dramas 'This is Going to Hurt', 'The Responder' Lead BAFTA TV Nominations

  • Medical comedy-drama "This is Going to Hurt" and police series "The Responder" led nominations for Britain's BAFTA Television Awards on Wednesday, receiving six nods each, while live coverage of Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee and her state funeral were also recognised.
  • Netflix's "The Crown" about Britain’s royal family, Irish black comedy series "Bad Sisters", revisionist Western mini-series "The English" and "Slow Horses", about a group of MI5 agents, each received five nominations.
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Mar 23

Amazon Fire TV Hits Global Sales Milestone Of 200M+ Devices

  • Amazon has surpassed a significant sales milestone for its Amazon Fire TV products, with more than 200 million Fire TV devices sold globally, as it announced a notable expansion of its Amazon-built TV family of smart TVs. 
  • The Amazon-built TV lineup will now include three new sizes of the Fire TV Omni QLED Series lineup, which includes the Fire TV Ambient Experience. 
Read More at tvtechnology.com
Mar 22

Tekashi 6ix9ine Hospitalized After Attack At Florida Gym

  • Tekashi 6ix9ine was hospitalized after being ambushed by a group of attackers in the bathroom of a gym in South Florida on Tuesday, Variety has confirmed.
  • The 26-year-old rapper, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, sustained injuries to his face and bruises, according to his attorney, Lance Lazzaro.
Read More at variety.com
Mar 22

Blake Shelton Takes ‘The Voice’ Chair For One Final Spin

  • Blake Shelton is leaving The Voice after Season 23 and as the Blind Auditions round of the competition comes to a conclusion, the country star took his chair for one final spin.
  • Aspiring contestant Grace West got the honor of being the final singer to join Shelton’s team on the NBC reality competition series.
  • The teenager performed Pam Tillis’ “Maybe It Was Memphis” which prompted Shelton to press the red button and spin his chair for her. 
Read More at deadline.com
Mar 22

Zachary Levi On Dwayne Johnson Blocking Black Adam From Appearing In 'Shazam 2'

  • TheWrap just reported that it was Dwayne himself who blocked the Black Adam actors from appearing in the scene and he reportedly also blocked Zachary from appearing in Black Adam.
  • On Tuesday afternoon (March 21), Zachary took to his Instagram Stories to comment on the story.
  • “The truth shall set you free,” Zachary commented along with an upside down happy face emoji and a praising hands emoji.
Read More at justjared.com