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Grab Your Tissues – ‘This Is Us’ Likely Won’t Resume Production Until 2021

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This isn’t the news This Is Us fans were hoping for. 

Jon Huertas, who plays Miguel on the NBC drama, revealed that production on the series may be delayed until January 2021 due to the coronavirus outbreak. 

“I was just on the phone with [creator] Dan Fogelman, and we were talking about, you know, we may not go into production until January, depending on whether or not there’s a second wave,” he said in a conversation with Gov. Gavin Newsom and other industry leaders, per The Wrap.

The video-streamed call occurred as officials brainstorm plans to release guidelines for filming in a post-coronavirus world. Guidelines will be revealed next Monday and will likely adopt the protocols implemented in South Korea, Sweden, and Iceland, according to Variety.

“When we talk about the protocols and the guidelines that we may be following when we go back into production, it’s really kind of daunting to all of us. The actors, we talk all the time. We have a crew of 200-300 people who work in close proximity. We consider ourselves a family. As much as we would like to get back online, we are very much concerned about our crew,” Huertas revealed.

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Of course, if production is pushed to the beginning of 2021, it means that the tearjerking family drama won’t return as part of the fall 2020-2021 TV lineup, and is likely to premiere either in the spring of 2021 or even be pushed to the fall of 2021. 

FOX and The CW have both released fall 2020 lineup’s that have bypassed most of their scripted dramas, which are all set to return in 2021. 

CBS is the only network that released a schedule with most of its scripted dramas in-tact leading many to believe that they’re feeling confident that they’ll resume production in time. 

The good news is that This Is Us was renewed through season 6, so the show isn’t going anywhere, it just might not return as quickly as we expected. 

And while it may be upsetting, at least we know NBC is prioritizing the safety of the actors and crew! 


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Javicia Leslie Makes Her Debut as ‘Batwoman’ – Check out the Batsuit!

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Javicia Leslie makes her debut as 'Batwoman' - Check out the Batsuit!

2020 is getting the Batwoman it deserves. 

The CW released two first looks at the redesigned Batwoman suit!

Following the exit of Ruby Rose’s Kate Kane, God Friended Me star Javicia Leslie will be suiting up as Ryan Wilder. 

According to TVLine, by the third episode of season 2, Wilder will put on the new Batsuit to send a message to Gotham that a new hero arrived. 

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The transition is exciting because Leslie will become the first-ever Black Batwoman! 

Leslie stated: “I love the fact that Ryan is becoming her own Batwoman — it’s her style, her swag, and her moment! It was an honor to be able to collaborate with Caroline and Maya. I felt it was important that viewers could tell by the silhouette that Batwoman was a Black girl. With the form-fitting suit and beautiful Afro, we definitely nailed it!”

Check it out now:

https://twitter.com/CWBatwoman/status/1320802521489653760?s=20

Due to the COVID pandemic, The CW delayed most of its primetime show’s to early 2021. Batwoman Season 2 will likely premiere in January. 


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‘Selena: The Series’ Trailer Documents Her Rise to Fame – Watch It Now

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Selena The Series Trailer Ahead of the November Premiere

Lights, camera, action, and a little bit of bidi bidi bom bom!

The wait for Netflix’s Selena Quintanilla-Pérez bio-series titled Selena: The Series is finally over. 

The streamer released the full-length trailer for the series. Since it will be split into two parts (six episodes each), part 1 will drop on Friday, December 4. 

Here’s the synopsis for the show: “Before she became the Queen of Tejano music, Selena Quintanilla (played by Christian Serratos) was a young girl from Texas with big dreams and an even bigger voice. The series explores her journey from singing small gigs to becoming the most successful female Latin artist of all time — and the years of hard work and sacrifice the Quintanilla family navigated together.”

Selena’s life was tragically cut short at 23, however, the series focuses on her rise to fame and how it affected her life and her family dynamic. 

CraveYouTV chatted with Madison Taylor Baez, who plays young Selena, earlier this year. Check out the interview right HERE

Ricardo Chavira (Desperate Housewives), Gabriel Chavarria (The Purge), Noemi Gonzalez (The Young and the Restless), and Seidy Lopez (Training Day) will be starring as the rest of the Quintanilla family.


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‘Saved by the Bell’ Revival Reunites Zack, Kelly, A.C. and Jessie – Watch the Trailer

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Saved by the Bell reboot reunites the OG cast

Not all high school friendships are forever, but the ones made at Bayside High are! 

Peacock dropped the full-length trailer for the highly-anticipated “Saved by the Bell” revival which finds the gang back together! 

We’ve seen A.C. Slater (Mario Lopez) and Jessie Spano (​Elizabeth Berkley Lauren) reprise their roles in previous teasers, but this is the first time fans are getting a glimpse at Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Governor Zack Morris and Tiffani Thiessen as California’s First Lady, Kelly Kapowski-Morris. High school sweethearts, am I right?

The foursome reunites in the clip to perform the Zack Attack classic “Friends Forever.” We also see them spend time at The Max and Zack bond with his son, Mac.

The series premieres on Wednesday, November 25. 

The revival finds Zack as the California mayor who gets into some hot water for closing low-income schools and sending them to other schools in the state like Bayside High. This gives the privileged students including his son, Mac, and Jessie’s son, Jamie, a reality check. 

 


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