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Don't fret, HBO is giving viewers a glimpse inside Beyonce's power-packed shows with an upcoming 10-part weekly series beginning June 29. .@Beyonce returns to HBO for #BeyonceX10, a 10-episode series of concert performances debuting weekly before @
The network announced Thursday that it will air four 10-minute segments of her concerts ahead of "True Blood." Dubbed "Beyonce: X10," the segments will air Sundays at 8:55 p.m. Eastern starting June 29, when the final season of "True Blood" premieres.
Scooby-Doo, Apparently Worldvision Enterprises When Scooby-Doo's around, nothing stays buried for very long...Yes, according to Deadline, Warner Bros. will be giving the reboot treatment to their beloved mystery-solving, implied weed-smoking canine.
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes faced a barrage of questions last Friday about CNN's liberal tilt. The National Center for Public Policy Research 's Justin Danhof confronted Bewkes at a shareholder meeting. After reading a litany of examples of CNN's
Vice Media's Eddy Moretti described the company as a '20-year startup' that is nothing without its brand...Brown/Getty Images Vice Media's Eddy Moretti has insisted any deal with Time Warner will not be at the expense of selling out its hard-won edgy
JupiterAscending.com The battle for the summer box office is about more than wracking up the biggest dollar total. The year's blockbuster movie season is an opportunity to put forth new films to added fanfare and an eager public. This means that new
In most cases, when a TV show is a breakthrough hit, the plan is to keep it on the air for as long as possible. The Walking Dead," -- it's not only gearing up for a spin-off, but also has its producers talking about a 10- to 12-season run despite the
With popular comic book vigilantes like Batman and 80s giants such as the Transformers getting reboot after reboot, it was only a matter of time before a certain trio of pint-sized superheroines returned to grace the small screen once more.
Kasem's first cartoon work was as the superhero sidekick Robin in Filmation's "The Batman/Superman Hour," which aired from 1968 to 1969 and was the first time Batman had been seen in a cartoon. Paired with Olan Soule, who voiced Batman, Kasem's ever-
Likewise, Time Warner has shed old-media magazine giant Time Inc. with the goal of looking hipper addition by subtraction. Time Warner wants to claim a footprint in the young audience it covets, and all it takes is the act of writing a big, fat