This may come as a huge shock, but Ryan Seacrest will return as host for ABC’s third season of “American Idol,” the network announced on Friday. Seacrest, who has hosted the singing competition series since its debut in 2002 and Fox (though at that point he was a co-host with Brian Dunkleman), will return alongside […]
Ryan Seacrest will return as the host of “American Idol” for the music competition’s third season on ABC. Seacrest will also continue hosting and executive producing “On Air with Ryan Seacrest,” his nationally syndicated L.A. morning drive-time radio show. He also serves as co-host and executive producer on ABC’s “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” as well as ABC’s annual […]
He’ll be back. Ryan Seacrest has closed a deal to return to American Idol as host for the upcoming third season of the singing competition series on ABC, his 18th season overall. Read more via Deadline.
The longtime fixture on the music competition is the last of show’s principals to sign a deal for the upcoming season on ABC. Read more via The Hollywood Reporter.
The two Industrial Media companies are combining operations; Thumb Candy’s creative team will retain their roles. Read more via The Hollywood Reporter.
It’s John Cena like you’ve never seen before…and that’s on purpose. Cena went undercover at the Boys & Girls Club of the Foothills in Monrovia, California and it’s all in the name of The Substitute. E! News can confirm the new prank series will premiere Friday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. on Nickelodeon with Cena in full costume […]
Netflix has ordered a six-part docuseries executive produced by Selena Gomez called “Living Undocumented.” Here’s the official description for the series, courtesy of the streaming service: “In 2018, eight undocumented families took the extraordinary risk of allowing film crews to chronicle their lives as they faced potential deportation. Ranging from harrowing to hopeful, their journeys […]
The series follows eight families who face the possibility of being deported while trying to make a home in the United States. Read more via The Hollywood Reporter.
EXCLUSIVE: Netflix has given a green light to Living Undocumented, a timely new docuseries from Emmy-winning producers Aaron Saidman and Eli Holzman and executive produced by Selena Gomez. It’s set to premiere globally October 2 on the internet TV network. Read more via Deadline.
The former A&E executive will oversee hubs for the indie studio’s properties in New York and Atlanta. Read more via The Hollywood Reporter.