Kenan Thompson to host 74th Emmys

NBC and the Television Academy announced jointly today that SNL regular Kenan Thompson will host the 74th Emmy Awards. “Being a part of this incredible evening where we honor the best of the television community is ridiculously exciting, and to do it on NBC – my longtime network family – makes it even more special,” … Continue reading “Kenan Thompson to host 74th Emmys”

Succession, Ted Lasso, Euphoria lead 74th Emmy noms

This morning, the 74th Emmy nominations were announced during a live virtual ceremony was hosted by JB Smoove (Curb Your Enthusiasm) and Melissa Fumero (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) along with Television Academy Chairman and CEO Frank Scherma. Succession holds this year’s top spot with 25 Emmy nominations followed by Ted Lasso and The White Lotus (20), Hacks … Continue reading “Succession, Ted Lasso, Euphoria lead 74th Emmy noms”

About Damn Time! Watch the newest TikTok dance challenge

Nothing gets The Reel 360 News Team up and moving like a crazy dance trend. And we legit have one. It’s about damn time, Lizzo! If you don’t know what we’re talking about, let us introduce you to the About Damn Time dance. It’s currently trending hot on TikTok and IG Reels. It’s based on … Continue reading “About Damn Time! Watch the newest TikTok dance challenge”

INTERVIEW: Lost star Josh Holloway on his new Rams’ film

Hot on the heels of winning Super Bowl LVI, the Los Angeles Rams were determined to do the near-impossible: steal the attention from the draft. Last month right before the NFL draft, the team released On the Clock, a short film that plays like a summer blockbuster but is actually a piece of branded content helmed by … Continue reading “INTERVIEW: Lost star Josh Holloway on his new Rams’ film”

NBC: Reboots of Night Court, Quantum Leap join One Chicago, AGT and more

On the heels of another season as #1 in the key 18-49 demo, NBC announces a fall schedule featuring dominant fan favorites, new original series and tentpole event programming. All network shows will stream next day, exclusively on Peacock.  MONDAY: The most-watched television show of the decade, The Voice returns to anchor the night for its 22nd cycle, welcoming … Continue reading “NBC: Reboots of Night Court, Quantum Leap join One Chicago, AGT and more”

Iconic Comedian, Gilbert Gottfried passes away at 67

Emmy Award-nominated actor and comedian Gilbert Gottfried has passed away at age 67 after suffering from Recurrent Ventricular Tachycardia due to Myotonic Dystrophy type II, according to Glenn Schwartz, his longtime friend and publicist. The news was shared by Gottfried’s family on social media, “We are heartbroken to announce the passing of our beloved Gilbert … Continue reading “Iconic Comedian, Gilbert Gottfried passes away at 67”

Jane Campion wins DGA for Outstanding Directorial Achievement

It is looking more and more like The Power of the Dog is the one to beat at the upcoming Oscars.The winners of the Directors Guild of America Outstanding Directorial Achievement Awards for 2021 were announced last night during the 74th Annual DGA Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Jane Campion won the … Continue reading “Jane Campion wins DGA for Outstanding Directorial Achievement”

Dr. EV-il fights climate change in GM’s Big Game spot

SNL alum, Mike Myers, is using the Super Bowl to resurrect his classic characters. Last year, Myers teamed with Dana Carvey to reboot Wayne and Garth for UberEats. Now for Super Bowl LVI, Myers is back along with Rob Lowe, Seth Green and Mindy Sterling to bring back Dr. EV-il and his henchmen from Austin … Continue reading “Dr. EV-il fights climate change in GM’s Big Game spot”

Hollywood mourns Bob Saget’s sudden death

On January 9, 2022, we reported that Grammy Award-nominated stand-up comedian, T.V. host, director, and beloved sit-com patriarch Danny Tanner from Full House, Bob Saget passed away in a hotel room in Orlando Florida at age 65.  The world was shocked to hear of his passing and Hollywood quickly began posting memories, condolences to his … Continue reading “Hollywood mourns Bob Saget’s sudden death”

Television icon Betty White dead at 99

Beloved actress, comedian and TV and radio pioneer, Betty White,  has died, just weeks before a milestone birthday. She was 99. White had the longest-running career for any woman in TV prior to her death. The cause of death, according to TMZ, which broke the story, was natural. Born in Oak Park, Illinois in 1922, … Continue reading “Television icon Betty White dead at 99”

2021 in Review: Celebrating those who left us

They made us laugh. They made us love. They made us sing. They made us cry. They made us think. Some entertained. Some were just there when we needed them. Some showered us with their creativity. Others, some made us think differently. All in all, the people whom we lost in 2021 made some sort … Continue reading “2021 in Review: Celebrating those who left us”

2021 in Review: The biggest stories of Reel 360

Some of the words which come to mind when describing 2021 include frustrating, maddening, wow (in a bad sense), terrifying, astounding, and wow again in a very good sense. When we left 2020 our outlook was hopeful. We knew this would be the year that we became vaccinated against an insidious Coronavirus disease that had … Continue reading “2021 in Review: The biggest stories of Reel 360”

This pretty, pretty good Curb Your Enthusiasm teaser reveals premiere date

It just goes to show, you can’t keep an obnoxious man down. No, not Trump. David. Larry David. The Emmy and Golden Globe-winning comedy series Curb Your Enthusiasm starring David, returns for its ten-episode, eleventh season SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24 (10:40-11:20 p.m. ET/PT), with new episodes airing subsequent Sundays at 10:30 p.m. ET. Last season, we left a shocked … Continue reading “This pretty, pretty good Curb Your Enthusiasm teaser reveals premiere date”

Norm Macdonald loses battle to cancer, passes away at 61

Comedian and Saturday Night Live alum Norm Macdonald has been reported to have passed away at 61 after quietly and privately battling cancer for the past nine years.  News of his passing was confirmed by Deadline on Tuesday via Macdonald’s management firm Brillstein Entertainment. The former Weekend Update host’s longtime producing partner and friend Lori … Continue reading “Norm Macdonald loses battle to cancer, passes away at 61”

Emmy: Latinx nominees rise while Asians Struggle

In 2020, Alexis Bledel was the sole Latinx acting nominee. She is of Mexican, Argentinian heritage. Now, at least seven Latinx actors scored nominations for the 2021 Emmys yesterday. Mj Rodriguez landed an Outstanding Lead Actress nod for her work in Pose. She is also the first transgender woman to be nominated in the category. … Continue reading “Emmy: Latinx nominees rise while Asians Struggle”

Vanessa Williams to host July 4 celebration on PBS

Capital Concerts announced today the 41st annual A Capitol Fourth, America’s Independence Day celebration on PBS, will be hosted by multi-platinum recording artist and star of television, film, and the Broadway stage Vanessa Williams (Desperate Housewives).  Planning has been underway for many months for A Capitol Fourth to be a pre-recorded show due to the pandemic with a live fireworks … Continue reading “Vanessa Williams to host July 4 celebration on PBS”

Boss Baby 2: Comes to theaters, Peacock on July 2

In the sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s Oscar-nominated blockbuster comedy, the Templeton brothers—Tim (James Marsden, X-Men franchise) and his Boss Baby little bro Ted (Alec Baldwin, SNL, Mission Impossible franchise)—have become adults and drifted away from each other. Tim is now a married stay-at-home dad. Ted is a hedge fund CEO. But a new boss baby … Continue reading “Boss Baby 2: Comes to theaters, Peacock on July 2”

New exhibit spotlights New York music from 1980-1986

Museum of the City of New York, the city’s storyteller for almost 100 years, today shared details for New York, New Music: 1980-1986, a new exhibition that revisits the music scene of early 1980s New York City. The exhibition examines this transformative era through the lens of emerging pivotal music genres and the influence they played on New … Continue reading “New exhibit spotlights New York music from 1980-1986”

Fall brings 3 new dramas, 6 hours of Dick Wolf to NBC

Capitalizing on a year with huge audience drivers, including two Olympics and the Super Bowl, NBC heads into the 2021-22 season with a winning year-round programming strategy that highlights dominant dramas in the fall, doubles down on comedies in midseason and pairs powerhouse unscripted shows with big tentpole event programming.    “Our program strategy for NBC is singularly focused on driving growth by capturing audiences with can’t-miss event television and keeping them on the … Continue reading “Fall brings 3 new dramas, 6 hours of Dick Wolf to NBC”

WBA, FOX and Elizabeth Banks bring Bedrock to TV

FOX Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation and multi-hyphenate Elizabeth Banks have joined forces to develop Bedrock, a primetime animated adult comedy series continuing the story of everyone’s favorite modern Stone Age family, the Flintstones. The Bedrock pilot script will be written by Lindsay Kerns (Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, DC Super Hero Girls, Trolls: The Beat Goes … Continue reading “WBA, FOX and Elizabeth Banks bring Bedrock to TV”