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‘Into The Dark’ Sets Britt Baron, Anna Lore, Benedict Samuel, Anna Akana For Valentine’s Day-Themed Installment Of Horror Anthology

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‘Into The Dark’ Sets Britt Baron, Anna Lore, Benedict Samuel, Anna Akana For Valentine’s Day-Themed Installment Of Horror Anthology
Exclusive: Get ready for a heart attack. The forthcoming Valentine’s Day installment of Blumhouse Television’s horror anthology series Into the Dark has unveiled its cast which includes Britt Baron (Glow), Anna Lore (Doom Patrol), Benedict Samuel (Gotham) and Anna Akana (Let It Snow) to star in the series which will also feature Ally Maki (Toy Story 4) and Sachin Bhatt (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow). The movie will debut on Hulu February 7.

Written and directed by Maggie Levin, “My Valentine” will follow a pop singer whose songs and artistic identity have been stolen by her ex-boyfriend/manager and shamelessly pasted onto his new girlfriend/protégé. Locked together in a small concert venue after hours, the three of them confront the emotional abuses of the past…until things turn violent.

Into the Dark‘s “My Valentine” will be executive produced by Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill. The monthly
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Netflix Leads 31st GLAAD Media Award Nominees

GLAAD has announced the nominees for the 31st GLAAD Media Awards, honoring Lgbtq representation in film, television, news and entertainment in 2019.

Netflix received the most nominations of any network with 15 nominees, followed by HBO with eight and ABC, CBS and NBC each with four. New streaming services Apple+ and Disney+ earned their first ever nominations with Dickinson and High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, respectively.

“There are more nominees for the 31st Annual GLAAD Media Awards than ever before not only because Lgbtq diversity and inclusion has progressed, but
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GLAAD Media Awards Nominations: Batwoman, Euphoria Among First-Time Contenders

The nominations for the 31st GLAAD Media Awards were announced Wednesday morning, and there are many first-time contenders.

HBO's Watchmen and Euphoria are joined by The CW's freshly renewed Batwoman among the first-time contenders.

Netflix leads the TV categories with 15 total nominations, with Sex Education and Dear White People among the shows represented.

HBO comes in second place with 8 total nods, including Deadwood: The Movie and Mrs. Fletcher also netting nominations.

New streaming services Disney+ and Apple TV+ are also represented with nods for High School Musical: The Musical: The Series and Dickinson.

The GLAAD Media Awards will be held Thursday, March 19 (in Los Angeles) and Thursday, April 16 (in New York).

Scroll down for the complete list of TV nominations.

Outstanding Drama Series

Batwoman (The CW)

Billions (Showtime)

Euphoria (HBO)

Killing Eve (AMC)

The L Word: Generation Q (Showtime)

The Politician (Netflix)

Pose (FX)

Shadowhunters (Freeform)

Star Trek: Discovery
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GLAAD Media Awards: Watchmen, Batwoman, Euphoria Among First-Time Nominees; Netflix Leads TV Pack

GLAAD Media Awards: Watchmen, Batwoman, Euphoria Among First-Time Nominees; Netflix Leads TV Pack
Watchmen, Batwoman and Euphoria will be among the first-time contenders at the 31st GLAAD Media Awards, which on Wednesday revealed its complete list of nominees.

All told, Netflix leads the TV pack with 15 total nominations (including nods for Dear White People, One Day at a Time and Sex Education), followed by HBO with eight. Broadcast networks ABC, CBS and NBC netted four nominations a piece (including for Superstore, Svu and Bachelor in Paradise), while new streaming services Apple TV+ and Disney+ are represented with nods for Dickinson and High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.

More from TVLineGLAAD Report Hails
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Variety, ‘Bombshell,’ ‘Euphoria,’ ‘Watchmen’ Among GLAAD Award Nominations

  • Variety
A sprawling and diverse amount of fictional and real life Lgbtq narratives are represented in the nominees for the 31st annual GLAAD Media Awards, announced by the legacy watchdog group on Wednesday.

A total of 176 nominations were awarded in categories from outstanding wide release movie, to newspaper article, to kids and family programming — a record number of contenders thanks to increased representation in film, streaming television, unscripted projects and news.

Variety was nominated for outstanding magazine overall coverage, in a year that marked its first ever Power of Pride issue and subsequent celebration in New York. Others in the category include Advocate, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, and Out. The awards have also reinstated a category for best Broadway production, whose nominees for 2019 include “The Inheritance,” “Slave Play,” and “Jagged Little Pill.”

“The GLAAD Awards this year not only celebrate new Lgbtq stories that educate, entertain, and affect positive cultural change, but
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What to Watch Christmas Week 2019: TheWrap’s TV Viewing Guide (Photos)

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What to Watch Christmas Week 2019: TheWrap’s TV Viewing Guide (Photos)
Whether you’re home for the holidays this year or staying put, one thing’s for sure — a lot of movies will be watched next week. We’ve done the heavy lifting for you and compiled a list of where and when to watch all of your Christmas favorites, from “It’s a Wonderful Life” to “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”

The Santa Clause” (Saturday at 5:05 p.m., Sunday at 10:15 a.m., Christmas Eve at 1:30 p.m., and Christmas at 11 a.m. on Freeform) Tim Allen is forced to become Santa due to a contractual agreement in this holiday classic.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas”(2000) Jim Carrey at his absolute best? The argument could be made. Catch the 1966 animated version at 8 p.m. on Christmas on NBC.

Elf” Christmas just wouldn’t be the same without Buddy the Elf and a plate of candy-coated spaghetti.

Home Alone”. “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
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Showtime Survival Drama ‘Yellowjackets’ Casts Four (Exclusive)

  • Variety
Showtime’s survival drama pilot “Yellowjackets” has added four more players to its cast.

Ava Allan (“Pretty Little Liars”), Courtney Eaton (“Line of Duty”) Briana Venskus (“Sorry for Your Loss”), and Liv Hewson (“Bombshell”), will all play recurring roles in the pilot, alongside series regulars Juliette Lewis, Christina Ricci, Melanie Lynskey, Tawny Cypress and Jasmin Savoy Brown.

Yellowjackets,” described as equal parts survival epic, horror story and coming-of-age drama, tells the story of a team of talented high school girls soccer players who survive a plane crash deep in the Ontario wilderness. The series chronicles their descent from a complicated but thriving team to warring, cannibalistic clans, while at the same time tracking the lives they’ve attempted to piece back together nearly 25 years later.

Venskus will play Jessica Cruz, a reporter digging into the survivors’ past and trying to separate fact from fiction. Venskus’s other credits include “Nasvhille,
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Hallmark Under Fire: Hilarie Burton, GLAAD and Others Call Out Network for Pulling Ad With Same-Sex Wedding, Bowing to 'Fringe Anti-lgbtq Groups'

Calls to boycott Hallmark Channel have drawn the attention of the network’s past and present stars, including One Tree Hill vet Hilarie Burton.

Burton, who has previously headlined three Hallmark movies — Naughty or Nice (2012), Surprised by Love (2015) and Summer Villa (2016) — responded to the controversy surrounding the network’s decision to pull commercials that featured a same-sex wedding. In a Twitter thread on Sunday, the actress claimed that she’d been fired from a Hallmark movie earlier this year after she insisted on more diverse casting.

More from TVLineHallmark to Reinstate Ads Featuring Same-Sex Wedding, CEO ApologizesHallmark Channel Pulls Ads
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10 Magical Christmas Movie Soundtracks

Sean Wilson gets ready for the festive season by firing up a playlist of essential seasonal tunes…

What’s a Christmas movie without a sprinkling of musical magic? Many of our favourite festive hits are defined by their soundtracks, so, in the spirit of the season, I’ve rounded up 10 classic scores that never fail to put a smile on our faces.

Home Alone

One simply cannot celebrate Christmas, or indeed compile a Yuletide soundtrack list, without John Williams’ heartwarming masterpiece. A late replacement for Young Sherlock Holmes composer Bruce Broughton, Williams once again demonstrated his ability to redefine practically any genre. Featuring a host of memorable themes, anchored by the whimsical ‘Somewhere in My Memory’, plus some drum-machine laden action material and some truly heavenly original carols (‘Star of Bethlehem’ being the absolute highlight), Home Alone set a new standard for Christmas scores.

Die Hard

Yes, despite all the current internet speculation,
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Bah, Humbug! The Worst Christmas Movies of All-Time

From ho-ho-ho to no-no-no. We here are E! News love the holidays. The time spent with family. The seasonal beverages. The twinkle lights. The food. And, of course, the Christmas movies. There's nothing we love more than a cozy Sunday evening spent watching Hallmark's latest cheesy but irresistible TV movie with a steaming cup of hot cocoa.  But while we love us a cheery Christmas offering, that doesn't mean we don't have standards; we can spot the difference between a gift of a Christmas movie and a lump of coal that leaves us colder than the frigid temps...
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Have a Very '90s (and Early '00s) Christmas With This Playlist

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Is it even possible to reminisce about Christmas in the '90s without getting Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas" or *Nsync's "Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays" stuck in your head? How about TLC's "Sleigh Ride"? And I still have a vivid memory of listening to Adam Sandler's hilarious classic "The Chanukah Song" on the radio back before the days of Spotify. If you want to take a trip down holiday season memory lane, listen to our '90s - and early '00s, because it just wouldn't be complete without Britney Spears and Destiny's Child - playlist below! For more holiday tunes, get our romantic Christmas playlist here.

"8 Days of Christmas," Destiny's Child "All I Want For Christmas," Mariah Carey "All I Want Is You (This Christmas)," *Nsync "Baby It's Cold Outside," Vanessa Williams and Bobby Caldwell "Carolina Christmas," Squirrel Nut Zippers "The Chanukah Song," Adam
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6 Of The Best Netflix Movies To Watch In December

The holiday season is officially here. The nights are darker and very much colder, so what’s better than staying in and firing up Netflix. Here, we look at six of the very best films to watch on the streaming service in the month of December.

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby

I’m sure that I will come under fire for this one but after checking out the previous two movies in this festive series over the last two holiday breaks, I might as well complete the trilogy. The film, a Netflix original, lands on the streaming service in the first part of the month and sees a new addition to the Aldovia. After last year’s royal wedding, this year’s installment revolves around another royal family coming to town to renew a truce. However, the treaty goes missing and the Amber and Richard’s world is thrown
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Hallmark and Lifetime Have 70 New Holiday Movies – None With an Lgbtq Main Character

  • The Wrap
So much for making the yuletide gay. Hallmark Channel is rolling out a total of 40 original holiday-themed movies across Hallmark and its sister network Hallmark Movies & Mysteries — not one of which features an Lgbtq character taking center stage.

And Lifetime, the network’s closest competitor in the made-for-tv holiday movie space, has a similarly poor track record: Out of 30 new original Christmas movies, none feature primary storylines about Lgbtq couples.

Lgbtq characters have appeared in Hallmark and Lifetime movies past and present — this year, Lifetime has four movies which feature queer relationships in supporting positions — but none have carried a holiday movie of their own as the co-owners of a candy cane company or lovers in Dollywood or whatever the premise may be.

Also Read: A Christmas Competition: Inside Netflix-Hallmark Battle for Holiday Viewers

Netflix, which has also moved into holiday programming with films like “The Knight Before Christmas
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Afm: First Look Photo ‘Let it Snow’ Starring Ivanna Sakhno and Alex Hafner

Brand New First Look Photo Debut ‘Let It Snow’ Haunting Thriller Starring Ivanna Sakhno And Alex Hafner Arclight Films Handling Worldwide Rights And Hosting Debut Market Screenings At Afm Cast: Ivanna Sakhno, Alex Hafner, and Tinatin Dalakishvili (Abigail). Director: Stanislav Kapralov Writers: Stanislav Kapralov …

The post Afm: First Look Photo ‘Let it Snow’ Starring Ivanna Sakhno and Alex Hafner appeared first on Hnn | Horrornews.net.
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Liam Payne Covers Popular Christmas Song ‘Let It Snow’

Liam Payne is jumping on the holiday train. The former One Direction member has released a cover of the popular holiday hit “Let it Snow”. Related: Liam Payne Debuts Emotional ‘All I Want (For Christmas)’ Holiday Single Enjoyed making my own version of ‘Let it Snow’. Go check it out on @spotify! #SpotifySinglesHoliday https://t.co/7NAM3sGZ5b pic.twitter.com/cfVg8J3Ugy
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We Stalked the Cast of Netflix's Let It Snow For You, You're Welcome

We Stalked the Cast of Netflix's Let It Snow For You, You're Welcome
All other Christmas movies waiting to be released in 2019 can go home now because Let It Snow is officially our new holiday obsession.  Based on the 2008 novel of the same name by The Fault In Our Stars author John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle, Netflix's latest original movie tells the tale of three adorable and interconnecting love stories in the small town of Laurel, Illinois on Christmas Eve. It's like Love Actually except set in the sleepy Midwest, featuring a cast of some of young Hollywood hottest up-and-comers and a dash of Joan Cusack as a tin foil-covered tow truck driver. (Confused? Just watch the movie and bask in the absurdity of her character, helpfully named Tin Foil...
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Netflix Went Down Throughout the World Including U.S.

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'Whoops, something went wrong...Unexpected error.' That was the message quite a few people around the world woke up to today when trying to log into Netflix. The streaming giant has gone down throughout various parts of the world, including some areas in the United States. New York was hit bad, and still appears to be out in some places on the East Coast.

The DownDetector outage map currently shows areas being effected, which include Miami, Israel, Germany and Greece as of this writing. Most of the United States is back up and running. There isn't any official news from Netflix U.S. at this time.

This outage and ensuing technical issues come after Disney+ just had a successful streaming launch with over 10M+ subscribers signing on within the first 24 hours of services. That itself caused some tech issues on their side. This current outage mostly hit people in the U.
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‘Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’ Star Kiernan Shipka Signs With Wme

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Exclusive: Netflix’s Sabrina has new reps. Kiernan Shipka, the Mad Men alum who stars on the streaming service’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, has inked with Wme in all areas.

Shipka, who co-starred as Sally Draper on AMC’s Mad Men for its entire run, also stars in Netflix’s holiday rom-com film Let It Snow, which began streaming this month.

Her other TV credits include playing B.D. Merrill on Ryan Murphy’s FX limited series Feud: Bette and Joan, a recurring voice role on Disney Channel’s Sofia the First and guest spots on the Seth McFarlane toon series Family Guy and American Dad!

Shipka is a two-time SAG Award winner and five-time nominee as part of the Mad Men ensemble. She also received a Lucy Award for Excellence from Women in Film, shared with her Mad Men co-stars Christina Hendricks, January Jones, Elisabeth Moss and Jessica Pare.
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Let It Snow: 5 Reasons It's The Perfect Christmas Movie (& 5 Reasons It's Not)

The Netflix film Let It Snow is an adaptation of the book of the same name by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle. The film, though not completely faithful to the book, is a charming romantic comedy set during the holiday season and features a talented ensemble cast.

Related: Last Christmas: 5 Reasons It's The Most Romantic Holiday Movie Ever (& 5 Why It'll Always Be Love Actually)

Since it takes place during the holiday season, and since it is a new release, it makes a great film to watch in order to get into the holiday spirit. However, the film has some aspects that are not traditionally associated with holiday films, particularly Christmas films. Here are the 5 reasons it is the perfect Christmas film, and 5 reasons it is not.
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The Waterboys’ ‘Whole of the Moon’ Is Having a Moment

In one of this year’s better holiday movies, Netflix’s Let It Snow, two teens belt out the Waterboys’ “Whole of the Moon” in an empty church, their voices unskilled but sincere. Tobin (Mitchell Hope) plays the organ while “The Duke” (Kiernan Shipka) sings along — you don’t need to know much else beyond the fact that Tobin has been hopelessly in love with Angie, a.k.a. the Duke, for years — and the lyrics of this 34-year-old song are the only words that do when expressing that.

The Waterboys’ classic song,
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