The latest promo for Stephen King's upcoming series on Hulu teases the original sin that curses the town.
The Taraji P. Henson-starring music drama has been renewed for a fifth season, while Hulu has ordered a third season for the Emmy-winning dystopian series.
Emmy-winning documentary maker Liz Garbuz will direct the docuseries, which is based on Michelle McNamara's 'I'll Be Gone in the Dark'.
The limited series will follow the fortunes of a group of friends over the course of four weddings and a funeral.
The Pam depicter reveals that during the scene, she improvised a farewell, reflecting how much Steve Carell and his character mattered to both her and her character.
Patrick Reardon, who used to work for the Weinstein Company, has been tapped to serve as the Executive Vice President of Scripted and Unscripted Television.
The 48-year-old Golden Globe nominee also talks about how she wants to be more focusing on motherhood.
However, the dancer, who recently split from Channing Tatum, is understanding, and replies, 'I know, I know. Thank you.'
The 'Aquaman' director is tapped to executive produce the project, which is based on DC characters created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson.
The actress and social media star will front 'Busy Tonight' for cable network E!.
Titled 'Chapter 19', the season finale is written by series showrunner Noah Hawley and directed by Keith Gordon.
The 'Saturday Night Live' alums will reprise their newscaster characters on the show while hosting the TV special.
During the show, the Australian singer also invites James Corden and Benedict Cumberbatch to try out line dancing.
When asked if Stormi, who was born on Febuary 1, will ever appear on the E! News show which launches her famous family to stardom, the 20-year-old beauty gives a rather vague answer.
The Mexican star will also produce the new comedy, which set in the world of international diplomacy.
Donning a mustard-colored suit, the 'Allied' star is seen ready to deliver that day's forecast after telling host Jim Jefferies a joke involving LeBron James.
The early renewal for the apocalyptic sci-fi drama comes only after it aired 2 episodes of its current sophomore season.
'Help Us Get Married!' is set to run over 12 weeks and will feature three newly-engaged couples.
As the show's hosts, Twain and Owen will also be in charge in handpicking country music solo artists to compete in showcases in a bid to make it to a grand finale.
Paul Bettany is seen getting a 'very simple and to the point' insulting tweet that reads, 'Paul Bettany - what a c**t.'