Paramount+ has announced the premiere date of Taylor Sheridan’s upcoming series “1923,” which will debut on Sunday, December 18, streaming in the US and Canada. The series airs the following day on Paramount+ in the UK and Australia.
The new series is a continuation of the “Yellowstone” origin story and introduces the new generation of Duttons, led by Harrison Ford as Jacob Dutton and Helen Mirren as Cara Dutton. The series chronicles the early 20th century as plagues, historic droughts, prohibition and the Great Depression all call the Mountain West – the Duttons – home.
In addition to Ford and Mirren, the series also stars Brandon Skelnar, Darren Mann, Michelle Randolph, James Badge Dale, Marley Shelton, Brian Geraghty, Amina Nieves, Julia Schlapfer and Jerome Flynn.
Produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, 101 Studios and Bosque Ranch Productions, “1923” is produced by Taylor Sheridan, John Linson, Art Linson, David C. Glasser, Ron Burkle, David Hutkin, Bob Yari and Ben Richardson.
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Big Freedia will return to Fuse in summer 2023 with the new series “Big Freedia Means Business”. The show explores all the musical and entrepreneurial opportunities that have opened up for her since her last documentary, “Big Freedia Bounces Back,” Fuse’s highest-rated show in the network’s history. The series will also launch her new album, which will be released next year.
Fuse co-produced the series with World of Fantastic Productions. It airs on Fuse in the US, while World Wonder and Fuse share international release rights. The series will hit Wonder’s WOW Presents Plus platform in the US in late 2023.
The CW will present the World Electronic Music Awards for the first time in the United States on Saturday, May 27, 2023. The ceremony will be taped at ADM Festival’s Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas on May 18, and the two-hour prime-time event will celebrate the best in electronic music from the US, Europe and Asia, as well as present the first Electronic Music Hall of Fame.
Cast and hosts will be announced in the coming months. In the past, they have included stars such as Jennifer Lopez, P.D.D., Lenny Kravitz, Tiesto, Moby, and more.
“We are thrilled to be working with The CW on the broadcast of the World Electronic Music Awards,” said Andy Raphael, creator and executive producer. “We’re introducing a new format for the event, including regional and international awards, as well as receiving Hall of Fame honors with EDM’s top stars. We’re working with the CW Digital team on the global live, Metaverse and Web3 segments. We’ll be announcing some big music industry partners soon.
The program was created by Andy Raphael, Justin Pierce, Jeb Breen and David D. Williams is ready. The show also airs on the CW app in the United States.
AlienCon, the convention dedicated to all things alien, has announced the return of March 4-5, 2023 at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California. The convention, a live two-day event presented by A+E Networks and Prometheus Entertainment, will cover a wide range of unexplained events from the past to the present day to explore the fine line between science fact and science fiction.
The event, inspired by The History Channel’s hit series “Ancient Aliens,” is being held for the first time since 2019. Featured engagements include panel discussions, original programming, sneak peeks, autograph and photo experiences, exclusive merchandise, a vendor marketplace and More. AlienCon expert contributors are expected to attend, including Eric von Daniken, Dr. Travis Taylor, David Childress, William Henry, Nick Bishop, Caroline Corey, Hugh Newman and Paul Hynek. Additional guests to be announced.
“We’re excited to once again host AlienCon to bring fans and fans together, to discuss, explore and learn more about the world around us and where we live,” said Jill Tully, vice president of Consumer Enterprises. “Live events and exclusive giveaways for attendees bring our products to life in a way that connects people and builds real communities around content that engages and entertains.”
On Thursday night’s Comedian Central’s “Hell of a Week with Charlamagne Tha God,” he chatted with “Late Show” host Stephenson, one of the show’s executive producers. Colbert, including a discussion about the lack of diversity in the evening. Variety has a clip from the show’s first look at 11:30 p.m.