An episode of Urban Myths canceled over criticism from Michael Jackson’s Family

Just a few days ago, Sky Arts served up the first trailer for Urban Myths, a comedy series dramatizing legends about famous people. While the show features lots of interesting casting, including Ramsay Bolton from Game of Thrones as Hitler and Eddie Marsan as Bob Dylan, the one that got the most attention was Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson. Predictably, people were pissed.

Predictably, that is, to everyone except for the people involved with that production. Following social media backlash, multiple petitions, and very harsh words from the late musician’s daughter, Paris Jackson, Sky has finally realized that maybe casting a white Englishman to play a black American wasn’t such a hot idea after all and announced that they’re pulling the episode altogether. 

The Urban Myths Michael Jackson episode was to follow Jackson on a road trip with Elizabeth Taylor (Stockard Channing) and Marlon Brando (Brian Cox) in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. Fiennes’ casting was first announced a year ago and immediately attracted widespread criticism. But the Urban Myths team apparently paid the controversy no mind and went on with making the episode. It wasn’t until this week that they finally got the message.


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The Bachelor is back with Nick Viall


Dating Game show, The Bachelor is all set to spice up your life. This time again, Nick Viall tries to find the love.

The premiere revolves around the viall’s introduction to the 30 women, who are vying to get his roses. Viall found taking shower in the first two minutes. All the women have different profession, age and race.

A beautiful and charming women, Rachel won the first-impression rose from viall.  Among other women Contestants, there us Danielle, nail salon owner, dolphin- obsessed Alexis, and mental health counselor Taylor. There’s Elizabeth who already met Viall at “Bachelor” alums Jade and Tanner Tolbert’s wedding 9 months ago. She apparently have slept with Viall but hasn’t had contact since then.

Nick Vial had also participated in many reality show. He was a contestant on season 10 and season 11 of “The Bachelorette “, ended up as a runner up. After that he also appeared on the third season of Bachelor in Paradise. On August 30, 2016, he was announced as the next bachelor on Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise.

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Marvin’s Family Finally Approves the Making of Series on Singer’s Life.


The Ray star, Jamie Foxx will executive produce alongside Passe Jones Enterainment’s Suzanne de Passe and Madison Jones, a limited series revolves around the legendary singer Marvin Gaye. The Foxx-produced series has the blessing of Gaye’s son, Marvin Gaye III.


This is not the first time that someone attempted get series about Gaye off the ground, several directors, actors and producers have attempted to put together an adaptation of Gaye’s life but no one got approval from the family of Gaye.


Offering his official blessings to the series, Berry Gordy Jr., founder of Motown and signed Gaye to the legendary Detroit label in 1961, said.


Marvin Gaye was well known for his romantic musical persona, partnering with duet partners like Mary Wells AND Tammi Terrell. Later on he started exploring social issues and sexual subject matter, including 1971 masterpiece What’s Going On and 1973’s Let’s Get It On, respectively. But in 1984, he was fatally shot by his father in Los Angles following a family dispute. He ended his story at the age 44.


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Guilt Canceled By Freeform


Freeform has cancelled the crime drama Guilt after just one season.

The series, Starring Billy Zane, Daisy Head, Emily Tremaine, Kevin Ryan, Cristian Solimeno and Naomi Ryan, the whodunit series was inspired by real-life murder cases such as those involving Amanda Knox, JonBenet Ramsay and Casey Anthony.

The mystery murder series aired this summer for a 10-episode season, and struggled to find the audience, premiering to just under 500,000 viewers and dipping throughout its freshman run. The season wrapped up on Aug 22 with the reveal that Luc murdered molly, after being blackmailed by her jealous secret ex-lover Roz. When Grace discovered the truth, she took out her anger on Roz, beating her to a bloody pulp.

The series hailed from “The Game Plan’s” Kathryn Price and Nichole Millard, and was a co-production of Sea to Sky Entertainment and BV Family Productions. The pilot shot in London and Budapest.


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American Horror Story: Latest Death on the show leaves fans devastated


The biggest twist of American Horror Story: Roanoke has been revealed finally. When “AHS” ended its fifth episode last week with the apparent conclusion of the tale of Shelby and Matt’s Roanoke nightmare, everyone wondered what was next. Well, let’s let Cheyenne Jackson’s slimy reality producer, the one who created “My Roanoke Nightmare,” tell you: “It’s like ‘Big Brother,’ but with scares!”

Shelby (Lily Rabe) has seen herself the victim of death threats and her marriage to Matt (Andre Holland) is on the rocks and she’s had an affair with fake Matt, Dominic Banks (Cuba Gooding Jr.). Agnes (Kathy Bates), the actress who played the Butcher, became a huge star but then had a massive breakdown and started thinking she was actually the Butcher. Sidney actually serves her papers to keep her away from the set.

Lee (Adina Porter) is suspected of actually murdering her husband in real life but agrees to come back to the show to clear her name. Her actress counterpart, Monet (Angela Bassett), has actually found herself in and out of rehab.

Audrey has married Evan Peters‘character, Rory, who’s a loud, joking ginger far removed from Edward Mott’s craziness.

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