‘Magnum Pi’ Reboot Lands at CBS
“Magnum P.I.” is getting ready to ride again at CBS. A reboot of the classic Hawaii-set TV series has picked up a pilot-production commitment from the network. The update centers on Thomas Magnum, played by Tom Selleck in the original series, and follows the ex-Navy Seal as he returns home from Afghanistan to become a private investigator. Peter Lenkov and Eric Guggenheim are writers and executive producers on the co-production from CBS Television Studios and Universal Television. Also executive producing are John Davis and John Fox, both of Davis Entertainment. “Magnum P.I.” originally signed off in May 1988 after »
- Ryan Gajewski
‘Descendants’ Actor Cameron Boyce Fires APA Agent Due to Sexual Assault Allegations
Whether or not Boyce will continue his relationship with APA remains to be seen.
The Agency for the Performing Arts began investigating Tyler Grasham after Blaise Godbe Lipman accused him of plying him with alcohol and sexually abusing him. »
- Umberto Gonzalez
Ben Bates, Stunt Double for 'Gunsmoke' Star James Arness, Dies at 84
In addition to stepping in for Arness as Marshal Matt Dillon on the long-running CBS Western, Bates doubled for the actor on the TV series McClain's Law and How the West Was Won (on which Bates also served as stunt coordinator) and in the TV movies Red River and The Alamo: Thirteen Days to Glory.
In 2001's James Arness: An Autobiography, Bates said that each »
- Mike Barnes
CBS Is Developing a Magnum P.I. Reboot
Magnum P.I. might return to TV.
CBS announced on Friday that it's developing a rebooted pilot of the Tom Selleck drama about a former military man in Hawaii who uses his military training to transition into a career of private investigating. Hawaii Five-0 and MacGuyver -- both also rebooted
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- Megan Vick
High School in China Successfully Recreates Opening to La La Land
Yeah this is something to be impressed by since the choreography seems like it would take a while to really get down. But this high school in China did happen to nail the opening to La La Land, if only in a different venue. I can completely understand not recreating or taking the kids out to a freeway setting however since the liability probably would have been way too high. So they made do with the venue they had, their high school, which actually produced tighter spaces and less room for overall movement but still introduced a different dynamic that
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