Toronto, which routinely doubles as Boston, New York City and Chicago, provided the backdrop to recent streaming series like Hulu's The Handmaid’s Tale, Netflix's Umbrella Academy, CBS All Access' Star Trek: Discovery and Amazon Prime's The Expanse. Local players insist Ontario's growing status as a TV production hub for Hollywood represents long-term stability, as American TV series with audience success tend to run for multiple seasons and elaborate TV sets can be left standing year over year on local soundstages. … [Read more...] about Hollywood Productions Spent Record $1.12B in Toronto Area in 2019
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A source close to the development revealed, "Given that the show has failed to grab TRP's, the channel overnight took the decision of pulling the plug of the show on Television but as the show has been performing well on their platform, the channel will continue to push the show digitally. Beyhadh 2 will air its last episode on March 13 on Television." … [Read more...] about Jennifer Winget Starrer Beyhadh 2 To Go Off Air On TV, Will Continue Digitally On Sony LIV App
As Simon later told biographer Robert Hilburn, the song was written quickly in his apartment on New York’s Upper East Side: The “essence” took 20 minutes, and he said “the first two verses were done in two hours” — all exceedingly efficient for the notoriously methodical Simon. The formative version of the song only had two verses. A third — starting with “Sail on, silver bird” — arrived later, inspired by the moment Simon’s first wife, Peggy, looked in the mirror one day and saw a few early gray hairs. … [Read more...] about Flashback: Simon and Garfunkel’s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ Hits Number One
Reportedly, Kasaba will be released outside Kerala by July last week. The team expects that the movie will enter 10 Crore club within the first week and emerge as the biggest hit in Mammootty's career. … [Read more...] about Kasaba First Weekend (4 Days) Box Office Collections: Breaks The Record Of Loham!
In the Seventies, the Fania label ruled the Latin music scene in New York – and, arguably, the world. This two-CD comp moves from Cuban traditionalism to the R&B fusion called boogaloo to salsa, the pan-Latin genre that – via its marketing smarts and talent monopoly – Fania basically invented. The hits are here: Willie Colón's "Che Che Colé," Hector Lavoe's anthems "El Cantante" and "Mi Gente," Rubén Blades' "Mack the Knife"-script-flip "Pedro Navaja." On "Quimbara," Celia Cruz reclaims salsa's grafted Cuban roots as birthright, bringing it all back home. … [Read more...] about Fania Records 1964-1980: The Original Sound of Latin New York