More than 40 years after one of the great cult films of all time introduced an unsuspecting public to sweet transvestites, a mad scientist making an erotic Frankenstein creature, and a highly repressed yet oversexed Brad and Janet, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is back, this time as a TV remake on Fox.
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It was the mid-1960s, the height of the civil rights movement. Police had beaten voting-rights demonstrators in Selma. A bomb had exploded in a Birmingham church, killing four black girls.
So how are the networks trying to get viewers excited about the new fall season? The same way Hollywood studios court moviegoers: remakes.
One Olympian is favored to repeat her success on the new season of “Dancing With the Stars” (8 p.m. Sept. 12, ABC). Another, not so much.
Former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson has reached a detente of sorts with the network’s parent over charges she was sexually harassed by Roger Ailes, the cable-news network’s former leader and guiding light.
Character actor Jon Polito, best known for his roles in Coen Brothers films, including “The Big Lebowski” and “Miller’s Crossing,” died of cancer on Thursday at City of Hope Hospital in Los Angeles. He was 65.
Another Marvel superhero, more Pablo Escobar and more than a handful of new and classic movies are headed your way to Netflix in September.
“2 Fast 2 Furious” — too soon? That is just one of the offerings that will be leaving Netflix in September.
Rutina Wesley’s career has come full circle, with that circle represented by an “O.” As in Oprah.
Scientist Bill Nye has landed a new Netflix talk show set to launch in spring 2017, the streaming networkannounced Wednesday.