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Bosch Is Now Coming With A Brand New Season 7 Know More About It

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Bosch Season 7: This show is an Amazon Prime’s Longest-running with their first season appeared on the streaming service back in 2014. This detective drama has continued to grip their viewers ever since and on April 17 the sixth season of the show was released. All of their ten episodes of the shows were released in one go for the fans of the show so that they do not have to wait.

Bosch is an American police procedural web television show and it is produced by Amazon Studios and Fabrik Entertainment which stars Titus Welliver as the Los Angeles police detective Harry Bosch.

The Cast Of Bosch Season 7

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As just before one month, the sixth season of the show was released so we do not have the confirmed cast details for the seventh season of the show. But, there is a high expectation that all the previous seasons’ cast will be coming in for their seventh season for the show.

The fans of the show are expecting all of the previous cast to return for their roles in the show. But, still, we do not have the confirmation about any new characters added for the seventh season or not. But, the entry of some new characters in the new upcoming season is also expected by us.

The Plot of Bosch Season 7

The main plot of the seventh season this time is going to be amazing for the show. The plot is also hard to foresee for the seventh season as the sixth season of the show has been aired on Netflix last April.

The sixth season of the show followed books called The Overlook and also Dark Scared Night. The main creator of the show has already declared that the seventh season of the show will be the last one for the fans. So, the fans will not be getting any seasons from the show after the seventh season releases.

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Black Lives Matter: Anti-Racism Resources Streaming for Free

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As conversations about systemic racism and a need for mass societal reform continue in the wake of George Floyd’s death, a number of films and documentaries have been made available to stream for free in an effort to help guide the broader education process.

This week, Warner Bros. announced that viewers can rent the Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx drama Just Mercy for no cost through a variety of streaming services, including Amazon Prime Video and Vudu.

“We believe in the power of story,” Warner Bros. said in a statement. “Our film Just Mercy, based on the life work of civil rights attorney Bryan Stevenson, is one resource we can humbly offer to those who are interested in learning more about the systemic racism that plagues our society.”

Released at the tail end of last year, Just Mercy grossed just over $50 million in global ticket sales. The film, which made its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival in September of last year, also stars Brie Larson and Rob Morgan. “To actively be part of the change our country is so desperately seeking, we encourage you to learn more about our past and the countless injustices that have led us to where we are today,” the Warner Bros. statement continued. “Thank you to the artists, storytellers and advocates who helped make this film happen. Watch with your family, friends and allies.”

The 2016 documentary I Am Not Your Negro, based on the unfinished James Baldwin manuscript Remember This House, is also streaming for free at both Hoopla and Kanopy. (The Oscar-nominated documentary is also available to Amazon Prime Video subscribers.)

Canadian production house Mongrel Media, which helped finance the Raoul Peck film, announced it would also make Toni Morrison: Pieces I Am available as well. Both Hoopla and Kanopy, which connect to local public libraries, have dozens of documentaries and films available for free to subscribers, including other films about social justice such as the 2017 film Whose Streets? which focused on the protests in Ferguson, Missouri after the death of Michael Brown in 2014.

PBS, meanwhile, announced Wednesday that it will release multiple programs focused on race in America this month, including not just the aforementioned I Am Not Your Negro and Whose Streets? but also John Lewis: Get in the Way and a number of Frontline specials as well.

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Lea Michele Apologizes After Being Accused of Bullying Black Costars on Glee Set

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Lea Michele apologized on Wednesday—two days after her former Glee costar Samantha Marie Ware, who is black, accused Michele of threatening to “shit in my wig” among “other traumatic microaggressions” on the set of the Fox series.

“While I don’t remember ever making this specific statement and I have never judged others by their background or color of their skin, that’s not really the point,” Michele wrote in a statement posted to her Instagram page. “What matters is that I clearly acted in ways which hurt other people. Whether it was my privileged position and perspective that caused me to be perceived as insensitive or inappropriate at times or whether it was just my immaturity and me just being unnecessarily difficult, I apologize for my behavior and for any pain which I have caused. We all can grow and change and I have definitely used these past several months to reflect on my own shortcomings.”

Last week, Michele tweeted in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. “George Floyd did not deserve this. This was not an isolated incident and it must end,” she wrote.

On Monday, in response, Ware called out Michele in an all-caps tweet that quickly went viral, writing that the Glee star made her first television job a “living hell.” Ware appeared on 11 episodes of Glee in 2015, playing a character who eventually joined the glee club led by Michele’s character, Rachel Berry.

In response to the tweet, a number of Michele’s former costars expressed either direct or indirect solidarity with Ware and her experiences on the show. Alex Newell, who appeared in numerous episodes of Glee from 2012-2015, replied with a GIF from RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Actor Dabier, who appeared on one episode, wrote that Michele wouldn’t let him sit with other cast members. “Fuck you,” he added in all-caps.

Glee original cast member Amber Riley, while not mentioning Michele or Ware or their social media posts, did tweet a series GIFs that perhaps illustrated her feelings on the matter.

The tweets reminded some onlookers of similar charges made by Glee star Naya Rivera in her 2016 memoir Sorry Not Sorry. In the book, Rivera accused Michele of diva behavior, saying that while she and Michele were initially friendly, “as the show progressed, though, that friendship started to break down, especially as Santana moved from a background character to one with bigger plot lines and more screen time. I think Rachel—erm, I mean Lea—didn’t like sharing the spotlight… If I’d complained about anyone or anything, she’d assumed I was bitching about her. Soon, she started to ignore me, and eventually it got to the point where she didn’t say a word to me for all of Season 6.” On a 2019 episode of Watch What Happens Live, though, Rivera denied feuding with Michele: “I don’t think there was, like, any beef,” she told host Andy Cohen.

In the wake of Ware’s tweet, Michele lost her partnership deal with HelloFresh, which tweeted this week, “HelloFresh does not condone racism nor discrimination of any kind. We are disheartened and disappointed to learn of the recent claims concerning Lea Michele. We take this very seriously, and have ended our partnership with Lea Michele, effective immediately.”

Michele, who did not apologize to Ware specifically by name, said she will seek to use this moment as an opportunity to grow as a person going forward. “I am a couple of months from becoming a mother and I know I need to keep working to better myself and take responsibility for my actions, so that I can be a real role model for my child and so I can pass along my lessons and mistakes, so that they can learn from me,” she wrote. “I listened to these criticisms and I am learning and while I am very sorry, I will be better in the future from this experience.”

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Keke Palmer Takes on the National Guard: “Sometimes Going Against Authority Is the Only Remedy For Change”

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In the decade it has taken Keke Palmer to transform from beloved child star to Emmy-nominated daytime host, she’s also shown off her flair for rhetoric. Last year, she made Dick Cheney into a meme by simply saying, “Sorry to that man.” On Tuesday, Palmer was protesting in Los Angeles when she pulled off an even more impressive rhetorical feat, in an exchange captured by NBC News’s Gadi Schwartz. When the host approached a handful of National Guardsmen, they had a conversation, and by the end, the guards were practically ready to leave their posts and join the movement.

“You have a president who is talking about the second amendment, saying to use it against the people who are protesting. This is the message that we’re seeing,” she said. “I don’t know if you’re on social media, because the news doesn’t tell you everything. But you have to pay attention to what is going on. We have a president who is trying to incite a race war. We have people here that need your help. This is when y’all stand together with the community, with society, to stop the governmental oppression. Period. We need you, so march with us.”

“I agree,” one guard said in response, before emphasizing that he could only follow the group to the end of the block.

“Let the revolution be televised. Let’s make history. March with us,” she said. “It will send a huge message.”

Ultimately, they didn’t march with the protesters, but they did tell Palmer that they supported her aims before eventually kneeling. Other protesters cheered, but Palmer wasn’t especially impressed. “I don’t know,” she said. “It ain’t enough.”

Later, Palmer shared more of her thoughts about the day on her Instagram. “At 26, I’m looking out and witnessing a physical revolt, and it’s a revolt on a scale that I wasn’t sure I’d ever see,” she said.

“To those that may not be looking close enough, all they will see is looting, or people who don’t really care about the movement, or anarchy without a movement,” she added. “But what I see is a society responding to the oppressor about how the oppressor has responded to us.”

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