Adnan Syed of ‘Serial’ denied new trial days before HBO documentary

Adnan Syed, whose murder conviction was the focus of the popular podcast "Serial," has been denied a retrial.

Adnan Syed, whose murder conviction was the focus of the popular podcast “Serial,” has been denied a retrial.Image: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for HBO By Matt Binder2019-03-09 23:42:11 UTC Adnan Syed, the focus of the first season of the hit podcast Serial, has been . The highest court in Maryland, the Court of Appeals, to grant Syed a new trial and vacate his previous murder conviction. Since 2000, Syed has been in prison serving a life sentence for the 1999 murder

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Luke Perry, star of ‘Riverdale’ and ‘Beverly Hills, 90210,’ has died

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Luke Perry, who famously starred as Dylan McKay in Beverly Hills, 90210 and most recently as Fred Andrews in Riverdale, has died.  Less than a week earlier, Perry was admitted to a hospital after suffering an apparent stroke. While Perry was reportedly lucid when paramedics arrived at his Sharman Oaks home, he was brought to the hospital after his condition noticeably worsened.  Rumors that Perry was later placed in a coma were denied, but his representative confirmed to Mashable that

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'Hellboy' unleashes apocalyptic trailer with monsters and blood aplenty

'Hellboy' unleashes apocalyptic trailer with monsters and blood aplenty

Well, looks like some kind of apocalypse is here in the latest look at the forthcoming Hellboy film starring Stranger Things’ David Harbour. Set to a cover of Deep Purple’s “Smoke on the Water,” the trailer offers up a pretty hectic look at the Dark Horse Comics-based film, with more than a few monsters for our pal to take care of.  Plus, there’s some kind of sexy blood shower, who knows? Directed by Neil Marshall and starring Harbour, Milla Jovovich,

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Netflix says new episodes of “Arrested Development” will debut on March 15 – TechCrunch

Netflix says new episodes of “Arrested Development” will debut on March 15 – TechCrunch

It’s time for another hit off the juice box. Netflix announced today that it will release the remaining eight episodes of “Arrested Development’s” fifth season on March 5, ten months after the first half premiered. In the intervening time, however, the show has dealt with several controversies revolving around accusations of abusive behavior from star Jeffrey Tambor, who plays family patriarch George Bluth. You can’t handle the Bluth. Arrested Development returns March 15 pic.twitter.com/07UA4hJlgB — Arrested Development (@arresteddev) February 19,

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‘The Breaker Upperers’ filmmakers know that breaking up is the worst – TechCrunch

‘The Breaker Upperers’ filmmakers know that breaking up is the worst – TechCrunch

“The Breaker Upperers” kicks off with an ingenious premise: What if you could pay an agency to take care of your awkward romantic break-ups? And what if that agency was run by two longtime friends who are starting to drift apart? The film was a big hit in New Zealand last year and is now available to global audiences on Netflix. Jackie van Beek and Madeleine Sami joined this week’s Original Content podcast to talk about writing, directing and starring

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Seth Meyers breaks down Trump’s attacks on Democrats running for president

Seth Meyers breaks down Trump's attacks on Democrats running for president

As Democrats begin to nominate for the 2020 presidential election, it’s beginning to get the attention of Donald Trump. The president fired off a tweet in response to Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s announcement in Minnesota on Sunday, making fun of her bid to fight global warming, as snow piled on her. That got the attention of Seth Meyers on his segment “A Closer Look” on Monday, who broke down Trump’s attacks on Dems who are running for president. In Klobuchar’s case,

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Michonne is leaving ‘The Walking Dead’ during Season 10

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Danai Gurira’s character Michonne has been a key character in the series for six years.Image: jackson lee davis / amc By Kellen Beck2019-02-08 22:24:16 UTC There aren’t going to be many characters left from the early seasons of The Walking Dead after next year. Danai Gurira, the actor who plays Michonne in the TV show, will be leaving The Walking Dead at some point during Season 10, The Hollywood Reporter reported Friday.  Gurira has been a key part of the

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Adorable ‘Toy Story 4’ trailer reunites Woody, Buzz, and pals: Watch

Adorable 'Toy Story 4' trailer reunites Woody, Buzz, and pals: Watch

The original Toy Story is 24 years old at this point, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at these guys. Buzz and Woody don’t look a day over, um, whatever age they were in that one. Which isn’t to say nothing has changed. Bo Peep’s got a new look, for one. And there are lots of new characters to meet, like Ducky and Bunny (Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele), and Forky the spork (Tony Hale).  These toys may not

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What’s coming to Netflix in February 2019

What's coming to Netflix in February 2019

‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ begins streaming 2/1Image: Claudette Barius/Netflix By Alison Foreman2019-01-28 11:00:00 UTC It’s almost Valentine’s Day and naturally Hollywood is hitting its favorite entertainment beats: romance and horror. Here’s what Netflix is bringing to the table in February. For all you romantics out there itching for more To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, the promised sequel is still a ways off. Luckily, teenage romantic comedies Pretty in Pink and The Edge of Seventeen will begin streaming at the start

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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Season 6 thrives in unexpected spotlight

The story of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is now part of eternal television lore. The whip-smart and big-hearted cop comedy was canceled by FOX and picked up by NBC in May 2017, and now it’s poised to present its sixth season with a lot of new attention. But before all that, Brooklyn Nine-Nine was – since its very first episode – a truly excellent show. It busted open the stale and serious genre of cop procedurals and fit seamlessly into the extended

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