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NBC’s Chicago Med should not be called a soap opera, but you wouldn’t be completely wrong if you did. The medical drama has all the makings of one: juicy love triangles, lots of interoffice romances, death, drama — both in and out of the ER — and cast members fans will fall in love with who will eventually depart. But it’s the emotional connection audiences form with these small screen heroes that truly keeps them coming back season after season. The best part is, anyone can pop-in during any of

Belinda Carlisle says a lot of healing took place thanks to Go-Go's documentary

But turmoil within the group caused various lineup changes over the years, and with them, a lot of hurt, which culminated at the Sundance Film Festival premiere of their new documentary, The Go-Go's (dropping Friday on Showtime). The latest lineup of the Go-Go's — Carlisle, Wiedlin, Gina Schock, Kathy Valentine, and Charlotte Caffey — watched the Allison Ellwood-directed project for the first time together at the January gathering, and it was very emotional. "When we were approached to do this

Stop acting like there aren't Latinx stars deserving of Emmy nominations: Opinion

The Television Academy announced its 2020 Emmys nominations on Tuesday, and there were zero nominations for Latinx talent in any of the major categories. While the answer as to why this segment of the population is overlooked year after year remains complex, Hollywood's issues with diversity and inclusion remain at the forefront. As a Latinx writer covering our community in Hollywood for more than 12 years, I can speak to the various reasons why our shows continue to fall through the cracks and

Watch Jake McDorman and Patrick J. Adams in the 'The Right Stuff' Comic-Con teaser

The Mercury Seven astronauts are ready to blast off into the cosmos in the Disney+ and National Geographic collaboration The Right Stuff, but first audiences must go on a journey with Alan Shepard (Jake McDorman), John Glenn (Patrick J. Adams), Gordon Cooper (Colin O'Donoghue), Scott Carpenter (James Lafferty), Gus Grissom (Michael Trotter), Wally Schirra (Aaron Staton), and Deke Slayton (Micah Scott) as the premiere United States space program begins to take shape. In the Comic-Con at Home tea

'The NeverEnding Story' star Tami Stronach shares details on new fantasy film 'Man and Witch'

It's been more than 35 years since Tami Stronach brought to life the Childlike Empress in Wolfgang Petersen's The NeverEnding Story and she's ready to recapture the magic of the era with her new film Man and Witch. The indie fantasy film is secretly a romantic comedy that gives a nod to the way Stronach and her husband Greg Steinbruner — the film's writer and costar — met, fell in love, and lived happily ever after. And that's not the only familial connection fans can expect in Man and Witch, t

'Unsolved Mysteries' co-creator shares update on Rey Rivera case

Terry Dunn Meurer is excited that fans have been streaming the new Unsolved Mysteries on Netflix since its July 1 debut — not only because it could lead to another season, but because she hopes to bring closure to those dealing with an unsolved mystery. Meurer, who co-created the original series and the reboot, remains optimistic just a week after the show's premiere as tips relating to some of the 6 new cases have been pouring in. For example, an internet sleuth on Reddit pointed out a possibl

Jemaine Clement breaks down the theatrics of the 'What We Do in the Shadows' season 2 finale

Jemaine Clement breaks down the theatrics of the What We Do in the Shadows season 2 finale FX's What We Do in the Shadows wrapped its sophomore season Wednesday with the return of Vladislav, one of the main vampire characters from the film that inspired the show. The episode marked series creator Jemaine Clement's second time reprising his role as the immortal Lothario also known as Vlad the Poker, and his first appearance in season 2. JEMAINE CLEMENT: You can't expect that! I wasn't even goin

Valerie Bertinelli explains why she hasn’t guest-starred on the 'One Day at a Time' reboot yet

Bertinelli, who played Barbara Cooper in the original One Day at a Time from 1975 to 1984, tells EW she really loves what Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce are doing with the latest iteration and that it's only a matter of time before she'll pop-up and surprise audiences. "It's just been scheduling issues, that's really all it's been," Bertinelli tells EW exclusively about her almost cameo on Pop TV's One Day at a Time. "We were almost able to work something out. I had one day off and I wa

See first look at Mark Hamill embracing the dark side as vampire in 'What We Do in the Shadows'

See first look at Mark Hamill embracing the dark side as vampire in What We Do in the Shadows Hamill will portray an ancient vampire in Jemaine Clement's FX series What We Do in the Shadows and EW has your first look at the character — fangs and all. The episode titled "On the Run," set to air May 13, will introduce a vengeful enemy from Laszlo's (Matt Berry) past who appears without warning to settle a personal debt. This causes Laszlo to flee his home and go into hiding. “Mark had tweeted so

'The Innocence Files' attorneys on fighting wrongful convictions, systemic racism

Attorneys Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck, founders of the New York-based Innocence Project, have been fighting to exonerate such people since 1992 and are the inspiration for Netflix's latest true-crime documentary, The Innocence Files (streaming now). The pair recently spoke to EW about the subjects featured in the nine-episode series and why the American legal system needs to do a better job investigating and trying cases to ensure justice is always served. PETER NEUFELD: One of the things th

Jay-Z and Meek Mill donate over 100,000 masks to prisons to prevent coronavirus spread

Rappers Jay-Z and Meek Mill are helping protect inmates and prison staff from coronavirus with the generous donation of 100,000 surgical masks. The pair, through their Reform Alliance organization, were able to procure the highly sought out supply to put in the hands of some of the most vulnerable during the pandemic. Masks will be distributed to the Tennessee Department of Corrections with an allotment for the state, the Mississippi State Penitentiary, with the bulk going to New York's Rikers

Jessie Reyez on her new album, opening for Billie Eilish, and that Drake track 'leak'

Last week, Jesse Reyez dropped her long-awaited debut album Before Love Came to Kill Us, a 14-track release she calls "sporadic, like me." It's easy to understand why. The project is a genre-bending mashup representative of her Canadian and Colombian roots — equal parts soul, R&B, and rap, with a Latino twist. The project takes listeners on a journey through her biggest pains, deepest loves, angriest moments, and back again. Reyez may be a new voice to some, but longtime fans like Billie Eilish

'Bodega Dreams' author on overcoming 'systemic racism' in publishing 20 years ago, and today

It's been 20 years since Ernesto Quiñonez released his highly praised debut novel Bodega Dreams. The Spanish Harlem neighborhood where the author grew up, and where the book takes place, has changed quite a bit — much to his chagrin. And then, other things in much deeper need of change have remained frustratingly stuck in time. Bodega Dreams tells the story of a dreamer named Willie Bodega and all the lives he touched, including Chino, a scrappy junior high school student at Julia de Burgos, an

'Tiger King' producers on possible season 2: 'There's a lot that's still unfolding'

Netflix's new true-crime documentary Tiger King pulled back the curtain on the exotic animal trade in the U.S. over the weekend, and on the motley crew of collectors responsible for the lives of hundreds of wild animals currently being displayed in cages as trophies. EW recently caught up with producers Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin to discuss the series' colorful characters, controversies, and potential future. The seven-episode docuseries begins as an introduction for viewers unaware of the

Residente reflects on 'special' LA Philharmonic performance, teases upcoming album

It had been nearly 24 hours since Rene Perez, known as the rapper Residente, took the stage with the LA Philharmonic at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. He was still processing his feelings. Initially, he wasn't even sure if fans would show up to such a highbrow venue. But show up they did — and in droves, armed with flags representing Latin American countries like Venezuela and Perez's native Puerto Rico. They rapped loudly and proudly, dancing in their seats to reimagined orchestral versions of

Corey Feldman looks to name names, and move forward, with sexual abuse documentary '(My) Truth'

When Corey Feldman was 15 years old, he dreamed of creating a safe space for kids who had suffered sexual abuse. The actor, now 48, was just a kid himself when he entered the entertainment industry. He earned his earliest TV credit in 1978, at age 7, appearing in a one-off episode of Eight Is Enough. Over the course of his career, the California native would go on to star in some of the most beloved films of the 1980s, including Gremlins, The Goonies, Stand By Me, and The Lost Boys. In 2013, h

'The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez' director explains why the documentary had to be a difficult watch

On the morning of May 22, 2013, 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez was not on his way to school like other kids his age. Instead, he was being rushed to a local hospital in Palmdale, Calif., with obvious signs of trauma all over his battered, malnourished body. In Netflix’s The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez, award-winning documentarian Brian Knappenberger invites viewers into Judge George Lomeli’s courtroom where in 2018 Gabriel’s mother Pearl Fernandez and her boyfriend Isauro Aguirre were put on tria

America Ferrera and cast of Netflix's 'Gentefied' on the magic of the Morales family

Joaquín Cosío is a longtime actor with countless credits in mainstream films and television shows, but none have been like Pop — his newest role on Netflix’s Gentefied. Working on the show has earned him at least five honorary grandchildren — costars JJ Soria, Karrie Martin, Carlos Santos, Annie Gonzalez, and Julissa Calderon — something not too common for the Mexican-born actor known for roles like narco boss Don Neto in Narcos: Mexico. “As an actor, playing Pop gave me the opportunity to play
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