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    Tax dollars for religious school tuition? Supreme Court conservatives warm to idea MacKenzie Scott wont say how much shes giving this time Lock In Refi Savings Before Rates Get Too High Ad Microsoft $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Everett Collection (3) Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Which Classic Sitcoms Will Be Done Next? Less than a day has passed since ABC staged reenactments of Diff'rent Strokes and its offshoot The Facts of Life as part of its Live in Front of a Studio Audience franchise — but we're already thinking about what series will be featured the next go-round. The first LIFOSA special aired May 2019, and recreated episodes of All in the Family and The Jeffersons. That was followed by a second installment in December 2019, featuring a new reenactment of All in the Family and a classic episode of Good Times. Seeing as how...
    Heres what people searched for on Google in 2021 Tui says Omicron is weakening holiday bookings Lock In Refi Savings Before Rates Get Too High Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic; Herb Ball/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images Jennifer Aniston; Lisa Whelchel See the cast of Live in Front of a Studio Audience next to the actors who starred in the original Facts of Life and Diff'rent Strokes.Read the original article on Entertainment Weekly
    LOS ANGELES -- Jennifer Aniston, Gabrielle Union, Allison Tolman and Kathryn Hahn have joined the cast of the next "Live in Front of a Studio Audience" special on ABC, Jimmy Kimmel announced Monday night.The third iteration of "Live," airing Tuesday, Dec. 7, on ABC, will re-stage classic episodes of "The Facts of Life" and "Diff'rent Strokes." Monday night's casting announcements were all from the "Facts of Life" episode, with Aniston playing Blair, Union playing Tootie, Tolman as Natalie and Hahn playing Jo. Ann Dowd was previously announced in the role of Mrs. Garrett."I cannot imagine a better group than Jennifer Aniston, Allison Tolman, Gabrielle Union, Kathryn Hahn and Ann Dowd, and I can't wait to do their hair," Kimmel, one of the show's executive producers, said in a news release.Kimmel teased on his talk show Monday night that there would be additional "surprise appearances" during the special. JUST ANNOUNCED: Jennifer Aniston (Blair), Gabrielle Union (Tootie), Allison Tolman (Natalie) and Kathryn Hahn (Jo) join the cast of “Live in Front of a Studio Audience: ‘The Facts of Life’" airing on @ABCNetwork...
    For nearly 15 months, Stephen Colbert has been remotely filming "The Late Show" from "the converted storage room eight floors" up. He's produced 211 episodes remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. But now he's back on his old stage.   Colbert's hit late night show on CBS returned Monday with an audience of over 400 people in the Ed Sullivan Theater. Audience members had to provide proof of full vaccination to attend, but masks were optional once inside. As the show began, the audience chanted "Ste-phen! Ste-phen!" as Colbert hugged bandleader and musical director Jon Batiste. The standing ovation lasted over a minute.  460 Days Later, Stephen Colbert Returns To THE Late Show Stage With A Full Audience by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on YouTube Former "Daily Show" host and friend of Colbert's Jon Stewart made a guest appearance. "This human contact — now you know I don't care for it," Stewart joked, adding, "You and Dave Chappelle, I believe, sustained me during this period." Comedian Dana Carvey also joined the fun with an impersonation of President Biden. ...
    Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images Jon Stewart has been tapped as Stephen Colbert’s first in-studio guest when The Late Show returns with a live audience later this month. After more than a year and 211 episodes without a live studio audience, The Late Show will be safely welcoming back a full, vaccinated crowd to the Ed Sullivan Theater on June 14. Stewart, who has a long history with Colbert thanks to their time working together on The Daily Show, will take part in The Late Show’s return to normalcy. The June 14 lineup also includes a musical performance by H.E.R. and a special appearance by Dana Carvey. It’s worth noting, Colbert was a writer and performer on Carvey’s short-lived 1996 sketch show – so there’s history there as well. Following a coronavirus-imposed hiatus last year, Colbert became the first late-night host to shoot a remote show in March of 2020 – famously returning to the air by doing a monologue from his bathtub. Since then, The Late Show has held remote productions from South Carolina and, in recent months, from a room at the...
    AMERICAN Idol kicked off its Top 24 performances on Sunday with the announcement that they had an in-studio audience for the first time since the Covid pandemic began. Fans admitted they started “crying” over the return of a live audience, sharing their excitement on social media as the ABC competition show aired. 1Ryan Seacrest revealed American Idol is back to having a live audienceCredit: Getty Host Ryan Seacrest started off the two-hour episode, which featured 12 of the Top 24 singing solo and celebrity duet performances, by revealing the exciting news. He told viewers that they had a limited amount of people in the crowd, who were all wearing masks and sitting in pods of only the people that they arrived with. One American Idol fan said: “Omg live audience in American idol. I swear I'm not crying #AmericanIdol” Another tweeted: “#AmericanIdol has a live audience again. Nature is healing.” A third wrote: “It feels so good to finally a real live studio audience again! #AmericanIdol” Most read in EntertainmentSIMPLY THE BREASTBriana DeJesus almost slips out of top in new...
    More On: ellen degeneres Ellen DeGeneres will resume production on her popular eponymous show on Monday, following her bout with COVID. The show will not be filming with an audience in the Warner Bros. studio, though a skeleton crew will be in place, Variety reports. “Ellen” was originally scheduled to return on Jan. 4 after airing reruns for nearly a month, with Los Angeles County’s dire coronavirus situation precluding that, though apparently not for any longer than one extra week. WB’s Telepictures Productions confirmed to Variety that all of the show’s crew members will be paid during the “modified production schedule;” employee rights and benefits were a much-discussed aspect of DeGeneres’ fall from grace last year. “Dr. Phil” will join “Ellen” in picking things back up on Monday, though McGraw’s show will have an audience, albeit via Zoom. Bitter rivals “The View” and “The Talk” have resumed remotely. One in five people tested for COVID-19 in Los Angeles are positive, the city revealed this week, with Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis calling it a “human disaster.”
    International pop star Dua Lipa is all set to bring her virtual show, Studio 2054, to India, adding that she hopes to be back to the country and perform before a live audience again. Studio 2054 is said to deliver a brand new multi-dimensional live experience. “It’s almost exactly a year since I last performed in India and I’ve been dying to come back and play my new album for you. I can’t wait for you to come and join me for my Studio2054 live experience where I’ll perform lots of new songs as well as some old favourites like you’ve never seen before,” Dua Lipa said. Dua Lipa Plans ‘Something Special’ for American Music Awards 2020 Shot live in a massive warehouse location, Studio 2054 will see her move through custom-built sets, roller discos, and ballrooms. Accompanied by a cast of musicians, dancers, skaters, aerialists and acrobats, the singer will be joined by a host of surprise superstar guests in the show. Featuring tracks from “Future Nostalgia”, “Club Future Nostalgia” and her debut album, Studio 2054 is expected to...
    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Marcus Theatres has temporarily closed 17 of the 72 cinemas it reopened this summer, citing a decline in audience demand and the limited number of new movie releases. The coronavirus pandemic led to the closure of movie theaters across Wisconsin in mid-March. The Milwaukee-based Marcus began reopening many of its theaters in August, after test runs at a handful of theaters in June. “As the entertainment industry continues to adapt to the impact of COVID-19, the number of studio releases available has slowed dramatically, which has directly impacted guest attendance,” Marcus Theatres said in the statement. “As soon as this trend reverses and demand returns, we will quickly resume operations.” Theaters Marcus has closed again include those in Appleton, Green Bay, Delafield and Menomonee Falls. Besides the anxiety about heading inside for a movie and the prospect of catching COVID-19, Marcus and other theater operators have grappled with a shortage of new studio releases. Theater owners hoped the thriller “Tenet” would bring people back, but besides that movie there haven’t been many other big movies released. (©...
    Ryan Seacrest and Kelly Ripa recently returned to the studio to film "Live With Kelly and Ryan." Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images Kelly Ripa spoke to Insider about how filming "Live With Kelly and Ryan" has changed since she and cohost Ryan Seacrest returned to the studio in early September. Ripa, who's promoting her partnership with Persona Nutrition, told us that "it's a very surreal, unusual experience." Among the new protocols, the two cohosts now sit at separate desks that are six feet apart and there's no studio audience. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kelly Ripa spoke to Insider about her "surreal" experience being back in the studio to film "Live With Kelly and Ryan" with cohost Ryan Seacrest after months of doing the show virtually.  "It's a little bit surreal because it's Ryan and me, and we sit at two separate desks now," Ripa, who's promoting her partnership with Persona Nutrition, told us. "It looks like we're very close to each other, but we're actually quite far apart. Neither one of us can really hear each other...
    Deviyon aur sajjano, this is how Amitabh Bachchan will soon be entertaining one and all at dinner table conversations come September 28, 2020. Yes, the much-loved game show will soon have its grand premiere, which is extra special, given the show enters its 20th year. Celebrating two decades of unparalleled success and popularity, KBC only emerged as a game-changer for the Indian television industry in terms of content. Kaun Banega Crorepati 12 to Go On Air From September 28, Here’s the Telecast Schedule For Amitabh Bachchan’s Game Show (View Promo). In its 12th Season, the show makes a comeback with a two-fold messaging which conveys not just the bigger and better return of the show amidst a pandemic, but also a motivational nudge for participants and viewers to consider setbacks as a stepping stone for a greater comeback. EXCLUSIVE: Kaun Banega Crorepati 12: Reports of COVID-19 Cases on Sets of Amitabh Bachchan Show Not True?. Check Out the Promo Below: While the core of the show remains the same, KBC Season 12 comes with a few...
    UPPER WEST SIDE, New York City (WABC) -- "Finally, finally!" -- That's how Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest greeted each other when they reunited on the "Live with Kelly and Ryan" set after the better part of a half year apart due to the coronavirus pandemic.They were back together in person on Monday for the season 33 premiere but stayed outside, while Tuesday marked their first time indoors after doing their show via video chat each day for the past five months.It was hardly business as usual, though, as Kelly and Ryan still had to keep their distance from each other. They stayed separated by at least 6 feet, but they were brought together in a split screen effect that was, well, pretty effective. Back in studio with new seating charts. Shout-out to everyone working behind-the-scenes to keep us safe and healthy. See you again tomorrow! @LiveKellyRyan pic.twitter.com/IMLk6aAEoR— Ryan Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) September 8, 2020Guess who’s back in the studio today? pic.twitter.com/8myhAgc6NM— Kelly Ripa (@KellyRipa) September 8, 2020The ongoing pandemic means no audience for now, and the seats will stay empty."The...
    “The Masked Singer” UK is set to film in front of a live audience for the first time since the coronavirus shut down production. The British version of the popular Korean singing contest — featuring stars disguised in elaborate masked costumes — will be one of the first TV shows to start back up again when filming begins next month for the second season on ITV, according to Deadline in a piece published Monday. (RELATED: Nick Cannon Leads Black Lives Matter Protest At Republican Convention) NEW: The Masked Singer UK returns to the studio this September with live studio audience. Details: https://t.co/pih8b1tpni#TheMaskedSinger #MaskedSinger @joeldommett @ThisisDavina @RitaOra pic.twitter.com/H3ExVhtWex — TVZoneUK.com (@TVZone_) August 16, 2020 SRO, the company handling audience ticket sales for the show, said that various social distancing guidelines will be in place and those who break those rules will be removed or refused entry. (RELATED: Here’s What Performers On ‘The Masked Singer’ Went Through To Keep Their Identities Hidden) “It is important that you understand that we are not able to guarantee that you will not be exposed to...
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