'The Stand' Season 2: Will the CBS All Access Stephen King Adaptation Continue

The Stand, CBS All Access‘s original series based on Stephen King‘s seminal 1978 post-apocalypse novel of the same name, wrapped up its nine-episode run on Thursday, Feb. 11. The final episode, “Coda: Frannie in the Well,” was new to fans of the book, as it was written for the series by King himself, according to Deadline. [Spoiler alert: Gonna spoil […]

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RHONJ's Margaret Josephs to Release Memoir Caviar Dreams, Tuna Fish Budget — See the Cover

Margaret Josephs is here to help you achieve your dreams. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star has written a book about her wild, bumpy journey to entrepreneurial success and reality TV fame, titled Caviar Dreams, Tuna Fish Budget, PEOPLE can exclusively announce. In the memoir, which bears the same name as her podcast, Josephs takes readers through her personal story while offering […]

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'The Stand' Star James Marsden Is Waiting for a Rematch With Alexander Skarsgard

The Stand is Stephen King’s ultimate confrontation between good and evil. Representing the side of good is Stu Redman (James Marsden), who becomes the de facto leader of the survivors of a plague. He’s following Mother Abagail to combat the forces of evil, led by Randall Flagg (Alexander Skarsgard). [Spoiler alert: This article includes mild spoilers for The Stand.] This […]

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Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s Monumental Public Art Spotlighted in New Book

Taschen has released a new book chronicling the decades-long career of the late iconic artist couple, Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The book offers a comprehensive overview of the couple’s monumental public art and large-scale installations that included wrapping the Reichstag in fabric and installing 7,503 “gates” across 23 miles of pathways in New York City’s Central Park. Part catalogue and part […]

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Elvis Presley Allegedly Once Beat Up a Valet Over a Polaroid of His Girlfriend in Bed With Another Woman

Elvis Presley was many things – a rock and roll legend, an American icon, and a legendary talent known for his generosity. He was also known, however, for his tumultuous love life and issues with substance abuse, as well as a sharp temper that sometimes flared even around those he trusted most. In her 2016 memoir A Little Thing Called […]

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Sales of chess sets, books surge following premiere of 'The Queen's Gambit'

Will coronavirus lead to ‘streaming fatigue’? CFRA director and industry analyst Tuna Amobi and Slated co-founder, Chairman and CEO Stephan Paternot discuss their outlook for Netflix earnings and the streaming wars. Sales of chess sets and chess books have surged in the three weeks following the debut of Netflix's "The Queen's Gambit," according to a new report by the NPD Group. Continue […]

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8 Books About the Bachelor Franchise for an Inside Look at America’s Favorite Reality Show

All products and services featured by Variety are independently selected by Variety editors. However, Variety may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. “The Bachelor” originally premiered back in 2002, and ever since then, the reality TV show franchise has become the guilty pleasure of choice […]

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Jason Momoa and family left starving despite Game Of Thrones role ‘Completely in debt’

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Jason Momoa, 41, became popular with fans of Game Of Thrones after appearing in the show’s first season as Dothraki leader Khal Drogo. However, after leaving the series in 2011, he struggled to find acting work and […]

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