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Norman Lear To Host Weekly Podcast; Amy Poehler, Julia Louis-Dreyfus Among Guests

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Norman Lear is lending his voice to the world of podcasts. The veteran writer producer, director, and creator of such legendary sitcoms as All In The Family, Good Times, One Day at a Time, The Jeffersons, Maude, among others, will be hosting a new weekly podcast on PodcastOne. All of the Above with Norman Lear will cover topics ranging from comedy to family, current events, music, politics, and social issues featuring the unique perspectives of celebrities, politicians… »

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Netflix To Seek €1B In Debt To Help Pay For Original Programming

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After burning nearly $1.5 billion in cash last year, Netflix says today that it’s headed back to the debt market for help to pay for its fast-growing content needs as it expands throughout the world. The company says it will borrow €1 billion through senior debt notes it will sell outside of the U.S. Details about the interest rate and maturity date are yet to be determined. The streaming power will use the cash “for general corporate purposes, which may include content… »

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EOne, Aquarius Board Aussie Series ‘The Other Guy’; Studiocanal Picks Up ‘American Gods’; Viceland Producing Comedy ‘Brexit Stage Left’ — Global Briefs

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Entertainment One and Lion producer Aquarius Films are co-producing a new Stan Original comedy series The Other Guy, starring and written by Australian comedian and broadcast personality Matt Okine. The show, which has already begun production, is based on Okine's own experiences, which he developed into a stand-up show and is now a TV series for Australia's local streaming service Stan. The show is co-written by Becky Lucas (Please Like Me) and Greg Waters (Soul Mates, Da… »

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‘Feud: Bette and Joan’ Finale: Ep Tim Minear Avoided A “Petty Bitchfest”

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In the finale of Feud: Bette and Joan, infamous rivals Joan Crawford and Bette Davis sweetly apologized to each other–a scene that apparently never happened in real life. The latest of Ryan Murphy's anthologies, Feud in this first season follows the two Hollywood legends as they 'age out' of their acting careers and battle each other for supremacy, set against the backdrop of making their only film together–Whatever Happened to Baby Jane. However, the finale wasn't a case… »

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