The actress and daytime talk show host has been nominated for nine MTV Movie & TV Awards and won three over her four-decade-long career.
The awards show will celebrate both TV and film from the past year and will be broadcast on MTV in over 150 countries around the world.
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*A Doctor Who spinoff starring Jemma Redgrave will focus on UNIT, the fictional military research organization that has appeared on the parent show, reports our sister site Deadline. Russell T. Davies will serve as showrunner again for the spinoff, which will air on Disney+. Redgrave will reprise her role as Kate Stewart, a character who has appeared in 10 episodes throughout the series, who now runs UNIT.
* Prime Video’s upcoming drama series Citadel has reportedly been renewed for Season 2 ahead of its first-season release on Friday, April 28, sources say The Hollywood Reporter. (Reps for Amazon declined to comment.) Priyanka Chopra Jones and Richard Madden co-star in the six-episode first season.
* The documentary Still: A Michael J. Fox moviethat describes the life of Back to the Future trilogy vet, is set to stream Friday, May 12 on Apple TV+ and premiere in a few North American and UK theaters, EW.com reports. American author Davis Guggenheim sat down with Fox to discuss his childhood, Hollywood fame, battling Parkinson’s disease and more.
* John Mulaney: Baby J, a new stand-up comedy special from comedian John Mulaney, is scheduled to premiere Tuesday, April 25 on Netflix.
* The half-hour Pete Davidson-led comedy series Bupkis premieres Thursday, May 4 on the Peacock. The eight-episode show will exaggerate moments from Davidson’s real life and include fellow comedians Ray Romano, Kenan Thompson, Chase Sui Wonders and more as guest stars.
* CBS has ordered four more Let’s make a deal primetime specials will air on Wednesday, April 19 with a salute to Military ft. special guest Jordin Sparks, Wednesday April 26, Wednesday May 3 and Wednesday May 10, all at 9/8c.
* Law and Order: Special Victims Unit vet Danny Pino stars in MGM+’s newest crime drama Hotel cocaine, Deadline reports. Pino will play the main character Roman Compte, a Cuban émigré who had a feud with Fidel Castro during the Bay of Pigs invasion. In the series, Compte travels to Miami for a fresh start and to begin managing the Mutiny Hotel, the heart of the Miami cocaine scene in the 1970s and 80s.
* Class of ’09a limited series thriller starring Atlanta vet Brian Tyree Henry and Kate Mara (A teacher) and following a near-future class of FBI agents grappling with huge changes in a criminal justice system altered by artificial intelligence, premieres Wednesday, May 10 on Hulu (with the first two episodes, followed by six weekly releases).
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