Continuing to catch up on my out of date entertainment news. Here are the stories from September an early October 2016. For some reason I got out of sequence and already did part of October. I don’t know how September and early October got skipped.
In the links below read:
Spoilers from Inside Line dated September 13
Spoilers from Michael Ausiello dated September 22
Spoilers from Michael Ausiello dated October 3
Not in the links below but still of interest:
The first new series to be canceled this season is “Me, Myself, and I” after just six episodes. I’m very disappointed. I really liked it.
RIP actor Frank Vincent who played mob boss Phil Leotardo on The Sopranos and Goodfellows, age 78 complications of heart surgery
Syfy Channel has greenlight a series Nightflyers and outerspace series based on a novella by George RR Martin. Set in a future where Earth faces imminent destruction and a group of explorers head into space to meet an alien ship that may hold the key to our survival. Martin will not be involved with the project.
Trevor Noah will continue to host The Daily Show on Comedy Central through 2022
TV and radio host Larry King has announced he has lung cancer
Rumor has it that Game of Thrones is shooting multiple endings.
Outlander had series record audience numbers for its season 3 premier on Starz. I’m a big fan.
RIP character actor Henry Dean Stanton at age 91. Most recently appeared in latest season of Twin Peaks
Word is both Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton will return for the next reboot of the Terminator films.
RIP Jake LaMotta who was the subject of the boxing film Raging Bull. He was 95
RIP game show host Monty Hall at age 96.
RIP rock icon Tom Petty age 66
TMT announced Major Crimes season 6 will be in the last
It has been confirmed that Pauley Perrette a.k.a. Abby Sciuto is leaving NCIS at the end of the currencies
ABCs reboot of American Idol will feature Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Lionel Richie as judges
HBO has announced Veep season 7 will be it’s last.
The Doctor Who spinoff series “Class” has been canceled after one season
RIP comic book legend Len Wein cocreator of Wolverine and the editor of Watchmen age 69
JJ Abrams will direct Star Wars episode IX
History Channel has renewed Vikings for season 6
HBO has renewed John Oliver’s “Last Week Tonight” through 2020