Showrunner Brian Bird followed up on Hallmark Channel's announcement last week that When Call the Heart will continue after Loughlin's ouster over her college cheating scandal indictment, making it clear that the show will return after retooling. "As you can imagine, everyone involved with When Calls the Heart was surprised by these developments, so we hope you can forgive us for initially staying silent while we sorted through how to respond," he wrote on Instagram. “As for the show itself, we know millions of fans are on pins and needles wondering what will happen now. Let us reassure you, When Calls the Heart has always been bigger than the sum of its parts, and it has not been canceled. With the full support of the network, we have gone on a creative hiatus to do some retooling on the remaining Season 6 episodes. That process has already begun. Hope Valley will return to your TV screens as soon as we can bring the episodes to you.” He added: "Your private messages of support and your #Hearties4S6 worldwide trending on Thursday brought a lot of tears to the eyes of our cast and crew and to the good folks at Hallmark Channel. Your love for When Calls the Heart is the courage we count on as we work through this challenging transition and your Hearties community will always be the most important legacy of this TV series. We love you!”
Two weeks ago today, Warner Bros. CEO and chairman Tsujihara was talking about his plans for Turner Classic Movies, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and Boomerang after he was given oversight of the properties following WarnerMedia's HBO and Turner shakeup. Two days later, The Hollywood Reporter revealed Tsujihara was being investigated for an apparent inappropriate relationship with actress Charlotte Kirk. This morning, Tsujihara was ousted. "It is in the best interest of WarnerMedia, Warner Bros., our employees and our partners for Kevin to step down as Chairman and CEO of Warner Bros.," said WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey.
The Haves and the Have Nots star and the Workaholics alum will play the younger versions of the parents of Tracee Ellis Ross' matriarch character on the Black-ish spinoff backdoor pilot. Anna Deveare Smith and Beau Bridges previously played older versions of Bow's parents. The pilot has also cast Arica Himmel to play Young Bow. Additionally, Gary Cole has been tapped to guest on the Black-ish backdoor pilot as Young Bow's grandfather.
"Lauren made a request, and Lauren is my queen and the reason I have a career, so I honor the request of Lauren Graham," the Gilmore Girls and Mrs. Maisel creator told ET at Paleyfest. "I'm trying to figure it out."
The eight-episode series, premiering April 10, will let viewers decide the survival expert's next adventures via multiple choice. "I'm so proud to deliver this first-of-its-kind live-action interactive series, really giving viewers an all access pass to explore the world and its landscapes in my boots," says Grylls.
The two-time Oscar nominee's role on the potential HBO series hasn't been revealed, but EW says it's a series regular and "major" role.
The star of YouTube's Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television will co-star with Annable single-camera comedy pilot that follows one couple through three stages of their relationship: young and passionate, middle-aged with kids and navigating retirement.
After trying it last year, Idol will switch to the "simul-vote" on April 21 and use it through the May 19 finale.
The Iron Fist and 90210 alum will play the sister of Dave Annable's character on Heart of Life, which follows two adult siblings from wildly different worlds who discover they are related.
The veteran Democratic strategist will contribute political analysis on Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. Brazile previously served as a CNN contributor, but the cable news network cut ties with her in 2016 after Wikileaks revealed she had leaked debate questions to Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Miranda is still trying to find the canceled Netflix comedy a new home with the help of Twitter, suggesting CBS and ABC as new homes this morning. "Hey @ABCNetwork, looks like a perfect fit to me," Miranda tweeted this morning. "Be a hero."
“I texted him after he passed, knowing obviously that he can’t text me back but on some level, hoping that he would text me back, or that he was out there somewhere,” Green said of his former Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star on his podcast. “And I know he is. I know he’s looking down and I know he’s smiling.”
The surrogate, Alexandra Trent, sued Bravo and Lewis last summer accusing him of publicly humiliating her on national television. In her lawsuit, Trent said that she didn't grant permission to film her blurred-out private parts during the birthing process. She also objected to Lewis making fun of her body in voiceover.
Seanan McGuire's four-book fantasy novellas revolves around a mysterious boarding school whose students have to readjust to being ordinary children after returning from magical worlds where they were heroes or monsters.
Alana Thompson, the Mama June: From Not to Hot star and Honey Boo Boo alum, was taken into custody last week for drug possession after she was caught with a needle and a pipe, according to TMZ.
Sabrina is brewing up trouble when her Netflix series returns for its second season on April 5.