Less than a week since this year’s Golden Globes, it was announced that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will be back to host the 2021 awards ceremony. NBC Entertainment provided some details over the weekend, with chairman Paul Telegdy saying they “couldn’t wait any longer to share the great news.” The 2021 ceremony doesn’t have a set date yet. Comedian Ricky Gervais hosted the 2020 awards, which was his fifth time hosting.
Ariana Grande has been added to the list of artists who will take the stage at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards. The announcement was made over the weekend by the superstar singer, as well as The Recording Academy. “See you jan 26 #GRAMMYs @cbs @recordingacademy,” Grande revealed in a tweet. The Grammy-winning artist is nominated in five categories this year, including album of the year for Thank You, Next.
The Grammys have announced their first round of performers for their 2020 telecast: Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Aerosmith, and real-life couple Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton.
ABC has picked up the pilot to “thirysomething(else),” the sequel to the network’s “thirtysomething” series from Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick.
The Batman director Matt Reeves has confirmed that actor Colin Farrell will be starring in the film as “The Penguin.”