'The Gilmore Girls' is being brought back to life in the upcoming Netflix revival series, 'Gilmore Girls: Seasons.' The series was created by Amy Sherman-Palladino, who also created the ABC Family series 'Bunheads,' which starred Broadway’s own Sutton Foster ('Thoroughly Modern Millie,' 'Anything Goes'). Foster is a self described 'Gilmore Girls' “super-nerd.” So when it was revealed that the show was making a comeback, Foster caught the first metaphorical flight to Stars Hollow. Now Foster is opening up about her time on set, including some of the Stars Hollow residents that she got to hang with while she was in town.
Tony Winner Sutton Foster is making her way to Star’s Hollow. Foster formerly starred in 'Bunheads,' by Amy Sherman-Palladino, who also created 'Gilmore Girls.' So, now that 'Gilmore Girls' is getting a Netflix reboot, Foster is coming along for the ride.
What Happened, Miss Simone? is officially nominated for the upcoming Oscars to be aired on February 28 at the Dolby Theatre, Hollywood. The film intimately highlights the fearless musical brilliance and radical life of Nina Simone, “The High Priestess of Soul”.
Broadway fav Neil Patrick Harris’ ('Assassins', 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch') live NBC variety show, Best Show Ever was recently cancelled, but he isn’t wasting any time getting back in the saddle. Harris has confirmed that he will be playing the role of main villain, Count Olaf in Netflix’s upcoming version of Lemony Snicket's 'A Series of 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
The 67th annual primetime Emmy Awards were held on Sunday, September 20 this year and while the show is a night to celebrate television; many Broadway fans were intrigued from the start. Not only did the show make a bizarre 'Les Miserables' send-up for the hosts, but a slew of notable Broadway alums, such as Viola Davis and Uza Aduba, took home Emmys as well.
Jeff Beal is the composer behinds the cues for Netflix's original politco drama 'House of Cards.' Now, Mr. Beal is hoping to bring the music from the Emmy-nominated series to symphony venues across the globe.
Danielle Brooks, from the Netflix original drama Orange Is the New Black (OITNB), will star in Broadway's revival of The Color Purple later this year in December. Made famous from her role as beloved inmate Taystee, Brooks will make her Broadway debut in The Color Purple later this year, producers announced Wednesday--according to The Hollywood Reporter. Brooks will join fellow Broadway rookies Jennfier Hudson and Cynthia Erivo in the John Doyle revival of the Broadway classic. THR also states that Brooks will play the role of Sofia (orginally played by Oprah Winfrey in a feature film) and that production plans to open on December 10 at Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre.
Netflix has been on the incline with its original programming as of late. And now, coming June 26, renowned jazz vocalist Nina Simone receives her tribute via the video streaming service, which has released the trailer for its forthcoming documentary, "What Happened, Miss Simone?"
Disney princesses have become Game of Thrones incarnations hailing all the way from Westeros, and now they have their latest gimmick: Orange is the New Black.
Yes, Netflix has usurped the golden crown of video streaming platforms currently on the market. A golden crown and a Golden Globe, too, for its original 'House of Cards,' the service has now entered the realm of television, itself.
Living in New York City, especially now in 2014, is an enormously expensive enterprise.