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Forest Whitaker’s Broadway Debut in ‘Hughie’ Canceled >>

It looks like Forest Whitaker’s Broadway debut is not going to be a long one. Originally scheduled to run till June 12, the revival of Eugene O'Neill's 'Hughie' will close later this month after only 55 performances which preview performances. The early closure is reportedly due to lack of advanced ticket sales, despite positive reviews.

Host Neil Patrick Harris performs during the American Theatre Wing's 66th annual Tony Awards in New York, June 10, 2012.

NBC Boss Talks Canceled Neil Patrick Harris Show ‘Best time Ever’ >>

In recent years, NBC has brought live TV back with special events like 'The Sound of Music Live,' 'Peter Pan Live,' 'The Wiz Live' and regular series like 'Undateable' (Season 3) and Neil Patrick Harris’ 'Best Time Ever.' Now, NBC boss Robert Greenblatt is opening up about why Neil Patrick Harris’ variety show was unfortunately canceled and the future of live TV.

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ABC ‘Galavant’ Season 2 Alternate Ending Revealed >>

ABC’s underloved musical series 'Galavant'slayed the cancellation bear and earned a second season. Now, fans are hoping beyond all hope that the series will make it past the bear one more time. The series starring Joshua Sasse, Timothy Osmond, Karen David, Vincent Jones, Mallory Jansen & Luke Youngblood became earned a cult following for its Mel Brooks-esque comedy and its amazing music from Disney and Broadway icon Alan Menken. Even if we do not get a third season, there still are few more bits of funny for us all to see. Recently, the official Facebook page for the show posted an “alternate ending featuring a gay wedding scenec between Galavant & Sid.

Neil Patrick Harris Set to Host 2015 Oscars, Promotes 'Choose Your Own Autobiography' with New Book Trailer

‘Hedwig’ Neil Patrick Harris Live Show ‘Best Time Ever’ Canceled: Moving To Netflix in ‘Unfortunate Events?’ >>

Broadway vet Neil Patrick Harris was born to be on the stage. The actor who won the 2014 Tony Award for his role as the titular lead in 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' has hosted the ceremonies on severl occasions. In fact, he is such a good live performer that he even won a few Emmys for hosting the Tonys. Why he didn’t win a Tony for hosting the Emmys is still a mystery. However, Neil’s live NBC variety series, The 'Best Time Ever' has been canceled. Fortunately for NPH fans, Neil might soon be coming Netflix in Lemony Snicket’s a Series of Unfortunate Events. 'The Hollywood Reporter' is suggesting that Harris is being looked at for the role of Count Olaf, the part played by Jim Carey in the film of the same name. However, it is unknown if Neil is up for this role or the story's narrator of sorts Lemony Snicket

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