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Justin Timberlake Posts Formal Apology Following ‘Framing Britney Spears’ Documentary

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Justin Timberlake is speaking out and apologizing for his actions that hurt some of the people he loved. 

The New York Times documentary Framing Britney Spears touched upon the role he played in Britney’s public demise and breakdown, specifically blaming their 2002 break-up on her infidelity.

In the Instagram post, Justin specifically apologized to Britney and Janet Jackson saying he benefitted from a “system that condones misogyny and racism.”

See his apology below: 

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What to Watch May 2021 Guide: Dynasty, The Bold Type, Cruella and MORE!



What to Watch May 2021 Guide: Dynasty, The Bold Type, Cruella and MORE!

April showers didn’t just nourish the flowers, they brought a handful of exciting new movies and TV shows to your favorite streaming platforms and prime-time TV channels!

Here’s what will capture your attention during the month of May 2021!



Selena: The Series – (Netflix) May 4

The second part puts the spotlight back on the singer and details her struggles with fame. 

Jupiter’s Legacy – Netflix (May 7)

Superheroes are assembling on Netflix this May. Based on the comic book series by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely, the series stars Josh Duhamel, Leslie Bibb, Ben Daniels, Elena Kampouris, Andrew Horton, Mike Wade, Matt Lanter and Ian Quinlan.


The Boy from Medellin – Amazon Prime (May 7)

In this documentary focused on global superstar J Balvin, you get a deeper sense of the “boy from Medellin” as it explores his rise to fame, his mental health, and the current political climate in his home country of Colombia.


Dynasty – The CW (May 7)

The Carrington family is the source of all of our Friday night drama. And the fourth season brings plenty of craziness along with Liam and Fallon’s wedding! 


High School Musical: The Series – Disney+ (May 14)

It’s showtime! The second season is back with more singing!


The Bold Type – Freeform (May 26)

All good things must come to an end. And it’s time to say goodbye to Kat, Sutton, Jane, and all the memories we made at Scarlet Magazine. How will it all end? Tune in for the final season to find out. 



M.O.D.O.K. – Hulu (May 21)

The Hulu Original Marvel animated series focuses on the megalomaniacal supervillain M.O.D.O.K. who is struggling to maintain control over his evil organization.


Masters of None – Netflix (May 23)

Aziz Ansari’s acclaimed comedy returns for season 3!



Monster – Netflix (May 7)

The film, which debuted at Sundance in 2018, focuses on Steve Harmon (Kelvin Harrison Jr.), an aspiring filmmaker who becomes implicated in a robbery-turned-murder and who fights for his justice. It also stars Jennifer Hudson.


The Woman in the Window – Netflix (May 14)

Amy Adams stars as a psychologist suffering from agoraphobia, who spies on her neighbors and witnesses a crime from her window that she becomes obsessed with solving. Gary Oldman and Anthony Mackie also appear in the film.


Cruella – Disney+ (May 28)

The most exciting release in May? Emma Stone’s take on the iconic Disney villain. The film will premiere in theaters and on the streaming platform simultaneously. It will be available on the platform for an additional $30 fee. 

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Roku Removes YouTube TV from App Store Over Contract Disputes



Roku Removes YouTube TV from App Store Over Contract Disputes

Roku users, we have some bad news.

The digital media player has pulled the YouTube TV app from it’s channel store due to ongoing disputes, according to USA Today.

The decision came after the Youtube TV’s contract with the digital media player expired and the two sides haven’t managed to forge a new deal. 

However, the good news is that Roku revealed it’s “taking the extra step to continue to offer existing subscribers access to YouTube TV on the Roku platform unless Google takes actions that require the full removal of the channel.”

Essentially, if you’re grandfathered in, you should still have access. New subscribers, on the other hand, won’t have access until a new deal is reached. 

Per The Verge, Roku told customers that they should “not delete the YouTube TV app as it will not be available for download to Roku devices.” 

Dallas Lawrence, a spokesperson for the company, told the USA Today that he’s “disappointed” with Google’s decision to allow the contract to expire. 

“It is well past time for Google to embrace the principles that have made streaming so popular for millions of users by giving consumers control of their streaming experience, by embracing fair competition and by ceasing anticompetitive practices,” said Lawrence.

Roku has said the negotiations broke down over “unfair terms” that weren’t in the best interests of users. 

However, YouTube TV’s spokesperson, Mariana De Felice, said that the company was working in “good faith” with Roku and they are “disappointed” by the “baseless claims” that have been made as they continue negotiations.

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The CW Sets Summer Premiere Dates for ‘Roswell, New Mexico,’ ‘Riverdale’ and MORE



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Summer is heating up at The CW!

If you’re an avid TV watcher like I am, you know that there typically isn’t anything good to watch during the summer months on prime time television. 

But that’s all changing thanks to the after-effects of COVID-19. 

With many shows being delayed due to the pandemic, The CW summer TV schedule is quite robust. 

Fans will be happy to know that Roswell, New Mexico finally has a premiere date! It will return on Monday, July 26, 2021!

Riverdale’s return from hiatus is also slightly delayed as the remainder of season 5 moves from a premiere date of July 7 to Wednesday, August 11. 

Walker returns on Thursday, July 15, Superman & Lois premieres Tuesday, August 10, and the final season of Supergirl begins to wrap up on Tuesday, August 24

See the full CW 2021 Summer Schedule below:

Wednesday, June 23
8-9 p.m. Kung Fu (Original episode)
9-10 p.m. In the Dark (New Season 2 premiere date)

Sunday, July 11
8-9 p.m. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (Season 6B premiere)
9-9:30 p.m. Wellington Paranormal (Series premiere)
9:30-10 p.m. Wellington Paranormal (Original episode)

Thursday, July 15
8-9 p.m. Walker (Original episode)
9-10 p.m. Coroner (Season 3 premiere)

Sunday, July 18
8-9 p.m. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (Original episode)
9-9:30 p.m. Wellington Paranormal (Original episode)
9:30-10 p.m. Dead Pixels (Season 2 premiere)

Monday, July 26
8-9 p.m. Roswell, New Mexico (Season 3 premiere)
9-10 p.m. The Republic of Sarah (Original episode)

Tuesday, August 10
8-9 p.m. DC’s Stargirl (Season premiere)
9-10 p.m. Superman & Lois (Original episode)

Wednesday, August 11
8-9 p.m. Riverdale (Original episode)
9-10 p.m. In the Dark (Original episode)

Friday, August 13
8-8:30 p.m. Masters of Illusion (Season 7 premiere)
8:30-9 p.m. Masters of Illusion (Encore episode)
9-10 p.m. Dynasty (Original episode)

Thursday, August 19
8-9 p.m. Burden of Truth (Season 4 premiere)
9-10 p.m. Coroner (Original episode)

Tuesday, August 24
8-9 p.m. DC’s Stargirl (Original episode)
9-10 p.m. Supergirl (Original episode)

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