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Hit sitcom Frasier is getting a revival, but not everyone is excited

Hit sitcom Frasier is getting a revival, but not everyone is excited

Frasier, arguably one of TV's best sitcoms, is returning to the small screen as a streaming series for Paramount+. Kelsey Grammer, who played the main character Frasier, will return for the revival, which may also see other core cast members from the original series reprise their roles. Fans of the show aren't entirely excited, however, citing concerns that the reboot may end up tarnishing the sitcom.

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Netflix has a bunch of novel adaptations coming this year

Netflix has a bunch of novel adaptations coming this year

Netflix has seen considerable success with some of its novel adaptations, and so it's no surprise that it has more of them in the pipeline. The company plans to release a huge number of adaptations this year, some of them being new seasons of existing shows, while others are entirely new projects that will premiere starting in March.

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Netflix’s next original anime will be set in the Terminator universe

Netflix’s next original anime will be set in the Terminator universe

Netflix plans to launch yet another original anime series, one that will be based on the Terminator universe, it announced on Friday. The new series will come from the anime studio Production I.G with Mattson Tomlin at the helm. The new show will join Netflix's library of original anime content amid growing competition across the industry.

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Disney seeks director for their Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser

Disney seeks director for their Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser

If you're looking to be the real world director of a Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser, now's your opportunity. More specifically, Disney's on the lookout for a Hotel Services Director, since the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser is effectively a hotel, if you want to be particularly simple about it. This wouldn't be your everyday average Hodel Services Director job, however, of that you can be sure.

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New Superman Movie confirmed with Ta-Nehisi Coates, JJ Abrams

New Superman Movie confirmed with Ta-Nehisi Coates, JJ Abrams

WarnerMedia confirmed a new Superman movie is in the making. This new movie will be a reboot AND part of the DC film universe... somehow. At this point in history, anything is possible. They could release a movie that follows Superman's childhood, they could do one where Superman is a very old man... they could just pretend that it's the same Superman and use a different actor.

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2021 LEGO Star Wars sets couldn’t be cuter

2021 LEGO Star Wars sets couldn’t be cuter

A wave of LEGO Star Wars sets were revealed today for release in the year 2021, and they're super cute. The sets revealed over the new year, set for later this year in 2021 were were fine - they were great. They were Star Wars, they were LEGO, they really couldn't lose. But the three sets revealed this week - they're just over-the-top cute and fun.

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Marvel Comics MODOK release trailer proves it’s no Disney+ joint

Marvel Comics MODOK release trailer proves it’s no Disney+ joint

Marvel Comics "M.O.D.O.K." is an adult-oriented television show that'll be released on HULU. But it's a superhero show, right? Why won't it be released on Disney+? Because Disney+ isn't aimed at adults, it's made to be almost entirely kid-friendly, while HULU has the freedom to release programs for ALL ages. Also, fun fact: Disney owns Hulu.

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Transformers BotBots one of many Hasbro toy shows headed to Netflix and beyond

Transformers BotBots one of many Hasbro toy shows headed to Netflix and beyond

Habro has a surprisingly robust collection of brands in its crew right now, including Transformers, which is about to blow up. Not that Transformers wasn't always a brand to be reckoned with, but with the year 2021 and beyond, Hasbro's bringing heat. We're talking another feature film, an animated full-length feature film, a third chapter for Transformers: War for Cybertron, and a Nickelodeon Tranformers series. AND they're making a series for Netflix based specifically on their cutest property: Transformers: BotBots!

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Amazon Music app for Google TV and Android TV OS released

Amazon Music app for Google TV and Android TV OS released

The Amazon Music app is now available on Google TV and Android TV OS, bringing easier access to the streaming music service from TVs, consoles, and set-top boxes. It joins the exiting Amazon Music apps for iOS and Android phones and tablets, as well as Fire tablets and the web-based player.

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Paramount+ pricing revealed ahead of March 4 launch

Paramount+ pricing revealed ahead of March 4 launch

By now, most subscribers to the CBS All Access TV streaming platform know that it will be turning into Paramount+ early next month. ViacomCBS has unveiled the streaming strategy and slate of original programming headed to the new network. One of the most exciting things that it has announced is that select Paramount Pictures films will stream on Paramount+ following a short theatrical release.

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Nickelodeon Avatar Studios to expand popular animated franchise

Nickelodeon Avatar Studios to expand popular animated franchise

You know you made it big when you get your own live-action film and new studio just for you. Although The Last Airbender film adaptation was largely considered a terrible flop, the franchise it was built on still has a strong following that is eagerly awaiting more content from the fictional universe. Consider those wishes now answered as Nickelodeon establishes the Avatar Studios dedicated specifically to create more of that, including a new film, animated this time.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home revealed as third MCU Spidey flick

Spider-Man: No Way Home revealed as third MCU Spidey flick

After three separate teases from Spider-Man's main cast were published yesterday, it seems that we finally have a title for the third MCU Spider-Man movie. While Zendaya, Tom Holland, and Jacob Batalon respectively revealed the titles Spider-Man: Home Slice, Spider-Man: Phone Home, and Spider-Man: Homewrecker yesterday, it turns out that none of those are the film's actual title.

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