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Starting on Monday, March 16, 2020, some ABC and CBS talk shows will join a number of others who have cut their “live audience” due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In a statement, ABC said: “As a precautionary measure, we have decided to temporarily suspend the live audience for “Jimmy Kimmel Live” beginning Monday, March…

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Michael Ealy Stumptown Character

Michael Ealy calls “Stumptown” character’s on-screen relationship with Dex more of a vibe than a romance. “Stumptown” is based on the graphic novels by Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth, and follows Dex Parios (Cobie Smulders, Avengers), an ex-Army veteran turned private investigator. Juggling PTSD and caring for her brother, Parios finds herself at odds with both…

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Award-winning filmmaker and veteran producer and director Roger Bobb is preparing for the 10th anniversary of BronzeLens Film Festival with excitement. This year’s event kicks off Wednesday, Aug. 21, and continues through Sunday, Aug. 23, in Atlanta. The festival, which Bobb helped create with producer and award-winning recording artist Kathleen Bertrand, has grown exponentially since it began a decade…

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King Keraun Harris is an all-around versatile comedian and actor whose destiny was to entertain the world. He developed himself as an Internet personality, creating comedic content, which has gained him 2.1 million followers on Instagram. Harris’ personality has provided him opportunities to work as a producer, actor and comedian, appearing on HBO‘s “Insecure” and ABC‘s “Black-ish.” He recently began working on a show “That…

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Months after suffering abject humiliation and the loss of her eponymous TV show, Roseanne Barr is still trying to explain away her racist tweets about former President Barack Obama’s senior adviser Valerie Jarrett. But Barr probably made herself look even more desperate and mentally challenged while repeatedly attempting to rationalize referring to Jarrett as an ape.…

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Following Roseanne Barr’s obscenely offensive comments about President Barack Obama’s former senior advisor, Valerie Jarrett, ABC took immediate and decisive action to demonstrate that her words describing an accomplished Black woman as an ape did not reflect the network’s values. The network’s cancellation of its highest rated show — a move that prioritized integrity and a commitment…

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