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Lily Collins show ‘The Last Tycoon’ Cancelled After One Season

Lily Collins‘s new series The Last Tycoon has been cancelled by Amazon after just one season.

Variety broke the news of the cancellation on Saturday (Sept. 9), just a few days after Amazon cancelled another one of its series, Z: The Beginning of Everything, and after Amazon Studios reportedly announce a shift in its strategy towards producing more global-hit series like Game of Thrones.

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Yara Shahidi Lands ‘Black-ish’ Spinoff on Freeform

Yara Shahidi is officially getting her own show!

The 17-year-old will be starring in a spin-off show of ABC’s Black-ish, which will follow Yara’s character Zoey as she navigates college.

Black-ish executive producer Kenya Barris also says the series will explore: “current issues facing students and administrators in the world of higher education.”

The show will have an all-new cast, with Black-ish‘s D​e​on Cole making appearances in the series as a moonlighting professor.

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Lucy Hale, Elizabeth Gillies, Riverdale Cast & MORE Celebrate the 2017 CW Upfronts

As Upfronts week continues, the stars of the CW stepped out on Thursday (May 18) to help preview the new seasons of their shows during the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation in New York City, before celebrating the event at a CW Network party.

Among those at the event were the cast of Riverdale, including KJ Apa, Camila Mendes, Lili Reinhart,

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WATCH: Lucy Hale in Trailer for New CW Show ‘Life Sentence’

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Pretty Little Liars may be coming to an end, but Lucy Hale will be back next winter with a brand new show on the CW!

The first trailer for Lucy’s new show Life Sentence dropped today, showing Lucy as a woman named Stella who finds out her cancer has been cured after living the past eight years like she was dying. Now, the newly-cured Stella is forced to come face-to-face with the reality she never saw while living each day like it was her last.

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Lea Michele Brings ‘The Mayor’ to the 2017 ABC Upfronts

Actress Lea Michele hit the red carpet in New York City on Tuesday (May 16) for the 2017 ABC Upfront Presentation.

The Scream Queens star attended the event to represent her new show, The Mayor, along with co-stars Bernard David Jones, Brandon Micheal Hall, Yvette Nicole Brown and Marcel Spears.

Lea later shared a snap of the cast together at the event,

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WATCH: L2M in New ‘Hyperlinked’ Trailer

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Check out the official trailer for the upcoming YouTube Red series Hyperlinked starring the girls from L2M!

In the series, the McKenzie, Marangeli, Tati, Jenna and Lexi will play five friends who come together to create their own website to help other girls deal with everyday tween issues.

The show will be available on Wednesday, May 31 on YouTube and the YouTube Kids app for YouTube Red subscribers.

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