A sitcom heads to France; The Twilight Zone lives on; and This Is Us leading ladies share big news. Here’s what you missed this past week in entertainment news.
Entertainment News – Modern French Family?
Modern Family is getting ready to say goodbye after 11 seasons on the air. But before it departs cast and crew are headed to France for a special episode.
The Twilight Zone revival will live on. CBS All Access picked up the show for a second season with out-of-this-world guest stars. In other CBS sci-fi news, Patrick Stewart is reprising his role as Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: Picard. Find out if he’ll wear his old uniform.
This Is Them
Mandy Moore previewed what’s ahead for Rebecca on This Is Us. Plus, she shared how she gets into character when playing the older version of her alter ego.
Meanwhile, co-star Chrissy Metz announced she’s working on an exciting new project. It involves her first love — singing.
Law & Order: SVU executive producer, Warren Leight spilled some news about some characters that could be returning to the procedural. And he had a Mariska Hargitay update as well.
Leaving The View
The View delves into Hot Topics on Monday morning, and one of the show’s co-hosts revealed some big news of her own. Abby Huntsman announced she’s leaving the show.
Celine Dion has suffered a tragic loss. Her beloved mother has passed away.
Sad news regarding Dot-Marie Jones, who played Coach Beiste on Glee and Chille on Days of our Lives. The actress recently suffered a heart attack.
Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds took things up a notch and actually sang Happy Birthday to Betty White.
Entertainment News Reflects On Hollywood Twosomes
Some couples stand the test of time, like Jonathan Frakes and Genie Francis.
Others end up going their separate ways, when their relationships fizzle. Here’s a look back at some twosomes who parted ways. Namely, Jim Carrey and Lauren Holly; Courteney Cox and Michael Keaton; Carly Simon and James Taylor; and Macaulay Culkin and Rachel Miner.