Luke Evans and Josh Gad will reprise their roles from 'Beauty and the Beast' for the new streaming series.
It's the second time the renowned prankster has been sighted in disguise in recent weeks.
The BBC/HBO adaptation of Philip Pullman's classic fantasy trilogy will be back on TV in the autumn.
Javicia Leslie has been cast in the lead role for the second season of The CW’s superhero show Batwoman, replacing original star Ruby Rose, who quit the role earlier this year. Leslie will not play Kate Kane — the character Rose portrayed — and will instead be new character Ryan Wilder. Leslie said: “I am extremely proud to be the first Black actress to play the iconic role of Batwoman on television, and as a bisexual woman, I am honoured to join this groundbreaking show which has been such a trailblazer for the LGBTQ+ community.”
The controversial 90s sitcom focused on two delinquent teenagers and was a satire of America at the time.
In a week of shows announcing that white actors would no longer voice Black characters, the long-running animated series has made its own casting change.
Interview with the vampires: the return of What We Do in the Shadows. As the fang-tastic houseshare sitcom enters its second season, its creator and stars discuss death, sex and petty grudges
Baby Yoda is now the adorable toast of the internet, but the 'Mandalorian' breakout star almost looked very different.
Steve Carell's new Netflix series 'Space Force' has its roots in the real world of Donald Trump's administration.
That Beckinsale died just as the show had been brought to its natural end in 1979 remains a tragedy of unfulfilled potential.
A producer of the BBC romance series has spoken out against the 'deeply disrespectful' sex scene compilation.
The Melisandre star shared that the movement had seen her reflect on her career differently.
Pedro Pascal said his very non-glamorous on-set 'Mandalorian' injury was 'the most embarrassing thing in the world'.
Bryce Dallas Howard directed the fourth episode of the Disney+ series, which featured a huge battle on a forest planet.
Announced by George Lucas in 2005, Star Wars: Underworld was going to be a television series exploring previously-unseen parts of the galaxy far, far away.
Olivia Colman and the rest of the ensemble are sending audio recordings through to the post-production team for 'The Crown'.
Gareth Evans breaks down how he films his signature fight scenes, the responsibility involved with showing extreme violence on TV, and his upcoming Christmas movie, 'Havoc'.
Stephen Graham has been talked about as potential dream casting for the BBC crime drama for years.