The Simpsons is taking a dark turn: The show plans to kill off a regular character this season, executive producer Al Jean told reporters on a recent conference call, according to Canada's The Sun News.
AOL is launching 15 new web series, including shows from such stars as Sarah Jessica Parker, Nicole Richie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Hank Azaria, Rocco DiSpirito, Anthony Anderson and Sofia Vergara's younger sister, the company announced Tuesday.
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"We've focused on creating a common thread through all of our series on this slate, namely authentic voices, sharing remarkable stories," Gabriel Lewis, head of AOL Studios, said in a statement. "Whether the voices are lighthearted, insightful, or inspirational, all of them are genuine and unique."
Several series launched Tuesday at AOL Originals, with others slated to premiere in the upcoming months. Those premiering Tuesday include Richie's #CandidlyNicole.
Hank Azaria is reportedly suing Craig Bierko over the rights to one of his characters, according to The Wrap.
Demi Moore will play feminist icon Gloria Steinem in Lovelace, a biopic about porn star-turned-activist Linda Lovelace, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Adam Brody and Eric Roberts have also joined the film, which stars Amanda Seyfried as Lovelace.
Moore will have a small part in the movie. Steinem co-founded ...
The Simpsons will live on!
Fox has renewed the longest-running comedy for two more seasons, Seasons 24 and 25, which will include the show's 500th episode in February 2012, the network announced Friday.
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The renewal comes as a relief to fans. On Monday, the network reportedly gave the cast an ultimatum: Agree to take a 45 percent pay cut by Friday or the animated series will be...