Disney Animation announced AtHomeWithOlaf for Disney Plus . Josh Gad will voice the dialogue and filmmaker Hyrum Osmond will animate the series from their self-isolation because of the coronavirus pandemic
In today’s TV news roundup, Cartoon Network announced the launch of its CNCheckIn initiative, and ATX Television Festival will take place virtually June 5-7. FESTIVALS ATX Television Festival…
“ATX TV… From the Couch!”, badge and ticket holders can experience screenings and panels from the comfort and safety of their living rooms amid the coronavirus pandemic. “This will be a television experience unlike anything we’ve done before, and we are emboldened by the possibilities we are discussing with our panelists and partners,” co-founders
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13 TV Shows You Must Watch in 2020Here are 13 of the shows that should be on your radar in the new year, from returning faves like Outlander and Schitt’s Creek to new offerings from the teams behind Downton Abbey and Big Little Lies.
TV Long View: The Shows With the Biggest Quarantine Viewing GainsCBS' '60 Minutes' and ABC's 'America's Funniest Home Videos' have added the most viewers over the past several weeks. No shit, Sherlock. SamSullivan Wow, breaking news Duh
Changes at churches, ‘flex facilities,’ learning by TV: News from around our 50 statesGovernors are having a tough time getting congregations to stop meeting in person for services, which has led to transmission of COVID-19. I always heard it was survival of the fittest. If folks are not mentally fit and make good decisions, they may not survive. People don't understand self restraint only mandatory. Let them meet, then quarantine all of them together..
ACM's 'Our Country': 8 uplifting moments from the TV special that offered viewers hope, togethernessKeith Urban, Carrie Underwood, Eric Church and more sang to a TV audience from their homes, with songs that offered comfort and catharsis. I don't care...
Pamela Adlon Wishes She Saw Sam Fox on TV Decades Ago'I have a confidence I never had before,' the 'Better Things' creator tells ELLE.com.
'Deadwater Fell': TV ReviewDavid Tennant and Cush Jumbo star in Acorn's new four-part mystery about a horrible crime in a small Scottish town. Read TheFienPrint's review of 'Deadwater Fell': TheFienPrint Wish I could afford it! But I'm a senior on a very limited income. Acorn has a great catalog though. And exciting new shows like this. sigh TheFienPrint Just saw it - it's very intense. I had to remind myself to breathe.