Netflix announced on Twitter that a “Father of the Bride” reunion is headed our way. The streaming service posted a short teaser video, with George Banks (played in the film by Steve Martin) checking his emails. There are messages in his inbox from “Masks-R-Us,” and one reading “Just when we thought 2020 couldn’t get worse…” He then clicks on an email reminding him to join an upcoming family video call on September 25.
Disney announced several films that had originally been scheduled for late 2020 release, including Black Widow and West Side Story, will now be pushed back until 2021. The studio said Marvel movie Black Widow, starring Scarlett Johansson as the titular hero, is being pushed back from Nov. 6 until May 7, 2021. The Eternals, starring Angelina Jolie, is being delayed from Feb. 12, 2021, until Nov. 5 of that year. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Marvel’s first movie led by an Asian hero, will be released July 7 of next year, instead of the previously announced May 7.
MTV announced that it is bringing back the iconic series 16 and Pregnant as a newly reimagined docu-series. The series launched over a decade ago and helped to reduce teen pregnancy to record lows. The six-episode season premieres on Tuesday, October 6 at 9PM ET/PT on MTV. The new season will follow the pregnancy journey from multiple perspectives, not just from the young mother.
The CW and Warner Bros. Television announced that the superhero drama “Supergirl” is coming to an end after its upcoming sixth season. The show is set to start production on its final season “later this month,” the CW said.
Less than 24 hours after the comedy hit Schitt’s Creek completed a history-making sweep at the Emmys, the show’s sixth and final season will make its way to Netflix beginning October 7th. Schitt’s Creek Season 6 originally aired on Pop TV between January and April of this year.