Mr. Robot maker Sam Esmail can’t stop, will not stop, produces new series The American Throne

Mr. Robot maker Sam Esmail is adding one more series to his ever-growing portfolio. The Hollywood Reporter reports that Esmail’s most recent project under his general improvement deal at NBCUniversal’s Universal Content Productions will be The American Throne. Written by Julius Onah and Peter Glanz, Continue Reading

Milwaukee Ballet declares “season of inspiration” for 2021-22

After over a year away, the Milwaukee Ballet is prepared to get back to the main stage. The prestigious Milwaukee Ballet today uncovered its upcoming 2021-2022 season, which will get back to the Marcus Performing Arts Center for the first time since “Ballet Russe Reimagined” Continue Reading

Batwoman vet Dougray Scott won’t be coming back in season 3

Original Batwoman cast member Dougray Scott won’t be returning for Season 3 of the Arrowverse series, where he plays incarcerated Crows commander Jacob Kane. With the Crows now out of commission and Kate Kane (played by Krypton’s Wallis Day) saying goodbye to Gotham City (subsequent Continue Reading

Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade grandstands Montauk on history series ‘What Made America Great’

Fox News character Brian Kilmeade, of Massapequa, who highlighted two Long Island regions on the 6th season of his history series “What Made America Great” in February, visits Montauk for the forthcoming season 7. Debuting Monday on the subscription streaming service Fox Nation, the episode Continue Reading

‘Demon Slayer’ manga series attraction will open at Universal Studios Japan

A new attraction dependent on the famous “Demon Slayer” manga series will open on Sept. 17 for a restricted time frame at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka, the park’s operator said Sunday. The attraction, which will mark the first time the western Japan theme park Continue Reading

Behrend’s Smith Carillon Concert Series will start July 8

The Floyd and Juanita Smith Carillon at Penn State Behrend resembles a super-sized wind chime. The sound of the chimes conveys far across the Behrend campus, denoting the quarter-hour. On concert nights, the notes tumble into something else: The waltz from “The Godfather,” possibly, or Continue Reading

The Halo TV series is losing both of its showrunners, Kyle Killen and Steven Kane

The Halo TV series will lose both of its showrunners with Kyle Killen having effectively withdrawn the project and Steven Kane intending to leave once the series is done. Killen left the project last year in front of production, apparently in light of the fact Continue Reading