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Adam Sandler’s Hubie Halloween Trailer Actually Looks Scary



It seems like a huge missed opportunity for Netflix to release the trailer for Adam Sandler’s new move on September 10 when Sandler’s birthday, September 9, was right there, but we guess it’s better a day late than not at all. Titled Hubie Halloween, the movie is part of Netflix’s extended deal with Sandler’s company Happy Madison to pump out films for the streaming network, and like any Sandler joint, it’s got a stacked cast including Maya Rudolph, Julie Bowen, Kevin James, Kenan Thompson, Mikey Day, Ray Liotta, Tim Meadows, Shaquille O’Neal, and Steve Buscemi. Sandler stars as Hubie Dubois, who spends every Halloween ensuring that his fellow Salem residents “celebrate safely and play by the rules,” but this year, with an escaped criminal on the loose and citizens of Salem disappearing, “it’s up to Hubie to convince the police and townsfolk that the monsters are real, and only he can stop them.” Sounds spooky! And, yes, that’s Kevin James in the big beard. Hubie Halloween heads to Netflix on Monday, October 7.


Young and Hungry: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Six on Freeform?




Freeform’s sitcom Young And Hungry delighted in five seasons broadcasting live yet can devotees of the show anticipate the 6th season? Youthful And Hungry made its introduction on Freeform (at that point called ABC Family) in 2014.

The San Francisco-set sitcom was enlivened by nourishment blogger Gabi Moskowitz of BrokeAss Gourmet’s popularity and featured Emily Osment as Gabi Diamond.

And is a feisty foodie who finds a new line of work as an individual culinary specialist for mogul tech business visionary Josh Kaminski (Jonathan Sadowski, Live Free Or Die Hard).

Gabi and Josh’s proficient relationship is convoluted by the reality they unmistakably like one another and have a drunken one-night stand.

So the following barely any periods of Young And Hungry, the affection struck pair had an off-again relationship. Thus getting along together towards the end of the primary portion of season 5.

And then following a year-long break, Freeform at last publicized the previous 50% of season 5.

And that finished on a cliffhanger which saw Gabi proposing to Josh and requesting that he move to Seattle with her.

Will devotees of the show – and Gabi – ever discover what Josh’s answer was in Young And Hungry season 6? Sadly, not – here’s the reason.

Freeform Canceled Young And Hungry Season 6 In 2018

Before the last ten scenes of Young And Hungry disclosed, Freeform declared in March 2018 it had dropped the sitcom.

Therefore with the year-long hole between season 5A and 5B, maybe the show’s scratch-off was not out of the ordinary.

As indicated by star Emily Osment, be that as it may, it appeared the cast and group were persuaded Young, And Hungry season 6 was on the cards.

So the arrangement finale cliffhanger would surely recommend so as well.

A Young And Hungry Movie Was Once In Development

Instead of Young And Hungry season 6, Freeform reported a subsequent full-length TV motion picture was in progress.

Thus Freestyle made arrangements for the Young And Hungry motion picture to wrap up the occasions of the sitcom’s fifth season.

And – in the system’s own words – “further the experiences of Gabi, Josh and their friend network.”

Lamentably, the motion picture was also rejected as affirmed in a tweet from Osment.

Thus, the season 5 finale cliffhanger stays open to question however Osment recommended in her tweet.

So the film would in all probability have seen Gabi and Josh getting married.

Young And Hungry Fans Pushed For A Netflix Revival

After Freeform pulled the attachment on both Young And Hungry season 6 and the TV film, fans crusaded for Netflix to spare the sitcom.

Thus the spilling monster was a fitting objective considering Netflix has resuscitated a few shows like Lucifer and Arrested Development.

But unfortunately, Netflix didn’t nibble, and it’s sheltered to state that Young And Hungry season 6 won’t occur.

Final Words

With Young & Hungry staying canceled, there’s a still lot of English shows & anime you can watch. From the Final Season of Lucifer to one of my all-time favorite anime Cells at Work. That’s all for now. What are your thoughts on the Young & Hungry season not happening? Do let me know in the comments section.

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Ellen DeGeneres promises she’s the person ‘you see on TV’ in show return




During her talk show’s season premiere on Monday, Ellen DeGeneres directly addresses the toxic work environment allegations that plagued her show over the summer.

In a clip of the episode posted on social media, DeGeneres, 62, wastes no time getting to the scandal during her monologue, admitting that she’s “work in progress” but promising viewers that she is really is “that person that you see on TV.”

“As you may have heard this summer there were allegations of a toxic work environment at our show and then there was an investigation. I learned that things happened here that never should’ve happened,” she said. “I take that very seriously, and I want to say I’m so sorry to the people who were affected.”

The “Finding Dory” star recognized how her celebrity has elevated her to a position of “power” and said she should’ve been more aware of what was going on behind the scenes.

“I know that I’m in a position of privilege and power, and I realize that with that comes with responsibility, and I take responsibility for what happens at my show,” she continued. “This is ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show,’ I am Ellen DeGeneres.”

DeGeneres alluded to the firings of top producers Ed Glavin, Kevin Leman and Jonathan Norman.

“We have had a lot of conversations over the last few weeks about the show, our workplace and what we want for the future,” she shared. “We have made the necessary changes and today we are starting a new chapter.”

She also addressed her “be kind” reputation, advising her viewers not to choose the nickname as a reputation if they can avoid it. While she maintained that she really is “kind,” she also said that she feels other emotions, too.

“The truth is I am that person that you see on TV. I am also a lot of other things,” she said. “Sometimes I get sad, I get mad, I get anxious, I get frustrated, I get impatient, and I am working on all of that.

“I am a work in progress. I am especially working on the impatience thing, and it’s not going well because it’s not happening fast enough, I will tell you that,” she joked.

DeGeneres said that while she’s a “pretty good actress” — having played a “straight woman in movies” — she said she isn’t good enough to “fool” everyone every day for 17 years.

This is me, and my intention is to always be the best person I can be,” she said. “If I ever let someone down, if I ever hurt their feelings, I am so sorry for that. If that’s ever the case I let myself down and I hurt myself as well.

She ended her monologue on an optimistic note, saying she hopes her show can still serve as a one-hour distraction.

“My hope is that we can still be a place of happiness and joy,” she said. “I’m committed to making this the best season that we have ever had.”

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‘90 Day Fiance’ Star Angela Mourns Mother’s Death and Worries About Michael’s Visa Status After Wedding




A bittersweet time. Angela Deem mourned the death of her beloved mother, Glenda Standridge, after returning home to Georgia on the Sunday, September 20, episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? The reality star was beside herself in grief following her Nigerian nuptials to long-distance love, Michael Ilesanmi

Before hopping on a plane, the season 5 star, 54, blamed herself for not being in the United States during her mother’s hospitalization. “Maybe it’s my fault,” she vented. “I’m ready to go home because my mom needs me.”


Michael, 31, was understandably sad to see Angela leave so shortly after they tied the knot, but wholeheartedly supported her decision to return to America. “She needs to take care of her mom and I need to be strong for her,” he said in the confessional as they arrived at the international airport. 

In the next scene, Angela admitted she had anxiety while pulling up to the hospital, noting she had been on an “emotional rollercoaster” after her wedding. She was feeling very upset in the moments leading up to their reunion, but refused to cry in front of her mother because she didn’t want to stress her out. Angela tearfully revealed she would be grateful just to hold Glenda’s hand. 

“Angela made it back in time to see her mother,” a message from producers read across the screen. “10 days later, Angela’s mother passed away.” Glenda died at the age of 77 on February 8, shortly after the couple exchanged their vows.

90DF Michael Sticking By Angela Side Tell All Drama
Courtesy of Michael Ilesanmi/Instagram

Angela was devastated, but at peace knowing her mom wasn’t “hurting” anymore, she told daughter Skyla as they looked back on good times they had. 

“At least she got to see the pictures [from the wedding]. That makes me feel better,” Angela said. Michael made an effort to stay in touch over the phone, but the TV personality confessed it was hard not to have him around.

Later on, the couple discussed his visa status and Michael said the process could take anywhere between nine and 18 months. Despite the less than ideal timeline, he was still optimistic and told Angela to keep her head up until then. 

90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? airs on TLC Sundays at 8 p.m. ET.

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