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ABC’s Drop-Off Series Adds Nancy Lenehan to Cast



Nancy Lenehan has joined Ellie Kemper’s comedy pilot Drop-Off on ABC as a recurring role.

She will play Marianne, the warm, caring and responsible mother of Julia (Kemper) who has been taking care of her children for the past six years. “A working single mother herself, Marianne is not without compassion for Julia’s situation and she loves her grandchildren, but that’s over. Marianne decided from that moment on to live her own life, including having an affair with a guy named Rene and firmly taking time for herself, ”the description of the character reads.

In addition to Kemper, she joins previously announced cast member Judy Greer.

The Landing is an American film adaptation of the popular British comedy Homeland. Diversity exclusively reported adaptation news. The show was previously hosted on Hulu by Lionsgate.

According to the official logline, “Yulia is a working mom who is failing, so she sets out to find her village. With the help of new friends Calvin and Liz, Julia discovers that she can manage to balance work and parenting from time to time. This is a comedy for everyone who dropped their kids off at school, breathed a sigh of relief… and then realized it’s Sunday.”

Most recently, Lenehan starred in A League of Their Own for Amazon Prime. She has also appeared on the HBO Max series Generation, Bless This Mess for ABC, and HBO’s Veep. She also stars in The Boys and Jack Ryan for Amazon Prime. Her other television credits include How I Met Your Mother, My Name Is Earl, Little Britain USA and Worst Week.

Executive producer Kemper along with Sharon Horgan, Clelia Mountford, Stacey Greenberg and Kira Carstensen for Merman Television. Paul Feig, Dan Magnante via Feigco Entertainment. Holly Walsh and Helen Serafinowicz are also executive producers. Michael Showalter serves as executive producer and director. Julianne Smolinski is set to write and executive produce. Lionsgate and ABC Signature are the studios behind the production.

Lenehan represents Pakula/King & Associates and Meghan Schumacher Management.

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Play after play of the first stop on Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour



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The era of Taylor Swift has begun. The singer officially kicked off her Eras Tour with two consecutive concerts in Glendale Swift City, Eras-zona, 17 and 18 March. Despite the unprecedented ticketing drama, thousands of Swifts turned up at the first stop of Swift’s long-awaited return to live shows. However, many people have missed pre-sale codes or cannot afford seats for the remaining dates. So, Ticketmaster, look what you got us to do – we’ve put together clips below so fans can relive what it was like at these openings, from her packed setlist to famous faces in the audience. We’ll update this post if she does something different tonight.

She started her set with “Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince”, followed by four more songs from beloved (hey, many Swifties are still mourning the brutal summer that Lover Fest was cancelled).

Taylor sang for about three hours, performing a total of 44 songs (or 45, counting her “seven” spoken interlude). Don’t see your favorite below? Don’t worry. She announced that one track would be unique to each show; the first of these surprise songs was an acoustic version of “mirrorball”.

Let’s just say she didn’t save.

Jerk. She danced in a chair to “Vigilante Shit” and turned around as well. Mikael Arellano viral dance “Bejeweled” in the official choreography of the tour.

More than a dozen! She changed throughout the night to match the vibe of each of her albums, although the Swifties seemed to be particularly fond of her “Enchanted” ball gown.

She did make several speeches.

Paramore and Gale were the first two musical guests. Other openers for the rest of the Eras Tour will be beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, Muna, Haim, Gracie Abrams and Owenn.

Laura Dern, the Haim sisters and an extremely excited Emma Stone made the trip to Swift City. So, of course, did Mom Swift.

Well, yes, but that didn’t stop them from enjoying the show.

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Camila and Sookie’s friendship isn’t just a play on the show.

Camila reminisced about the time she and Suki got into trouble for talking too much during takes.

She laughed like she reminded Sookie of the moment in an interview with Town and Country Magazine, he said, “Remember the scene with Timothy Olyphant, when he’s talking to Billy, to Sam Claflin, and they sit up front and say, ‘Quiet in the back!’ And it’s just like me and Sookie drinking beer in the background and forgetting what we’re supposed to be doing. For example: “Quiet, Suki and Kami, we hear you!”

Sukie continued, “Yes, we definitely had this natural friendship. Our friendship has developed. [quickly]“When you meet someone and you start working with them and spend 12 hours a day together for two years, you know everything about each other’s life and you start to analyze everything, and it becomes part of the show.”

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Taylor Swift Kicks Off US Eras Tour at Super Bowl Stadium



Taylor Swift opened the US concert series with a three-hour tour about her career.

GLENDAL, Arizona. — Taylor Swift opened the U.S. concert series with a three-hour tour of her career.

Swift kicked off the first show of the 27-day Eras Tour with six songs from her Lover album on Friday night at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, where the Super Bowl was played a month ago.

“I don’t know how to deal with how this makes me feel right now,” Swift, who hasn’t toured since 2018, said at the start of the show.

She ended the concert with a seven-song set from her latest album, Midnights, culminating in Karma.

In between, she played bands of songs from most of her albums – and only one, “Tim McGraw”, from her 2006 self-titled debut. In the end, it took her 44 songs and just over three hours to cover her entire 17-year career.

This series of concerts has not toured with her previous three albums and aims to catch up by providing a live debut for many of these songs. When Swift announced the tour in November, she called it “a journey through the musical eras of my career (past and present!).

Swift seemed to acknowledge the Ticketmaster furor that tainted the tour prep when she told a crowd of over 70,000 that she understood it took them “considerable effort” to be there.

After another show at the same location on Saturday night, the tour moves to Allegiant Stadium outside Las Vegas and then to AT.&T Stadium near Dallas.

It concludes with two shows in Los Angeles in August.

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