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‘Migos’ Rapper Offset To Star In NCIS: Los Angeles

Offset is adding acting to his resume. The rapper is making an appearance in the upcoming NCIS: Los Angeles episode as an undercover CIA agent.

In this upcoming episode, operatives Sam Hanna (LL Cool J) and G. Callen (Chris O’Donnell) seek out Kadri Kashan Khan, Offset’s character, to help rescue a federal agent.

“I never wanted to come into acting and be like put in this category of, ‘Oh, you be the bad guy all the time.” Offset shares in a preview clip. “I wanted to be able to show that I can do anything that someone sets in front of me. I was studying it cause I wanted to make sure I fulfill the whole role.” He also noted, “I’m doing all my own stunts”.

Check out the preview clip and the sneak peek of the upcoming episode below.

Watch Offset on NCIS: Los Angeles this Sunday 3/1 at 9 PM ET.

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‘Tyler Perry’s The Oval’ Renewed for Season 3 by BET

Shortly after Tyler Perry’s The Oval aired its 22-episode second season, the political drama has been renewed for season 3 by BET.

The Oval tells the stories of a fictional White House from the staff to the first family – President Hunter Franklin (Ed Quinn), First lady Victoria Franklin (Kron Moore), the first biracial couple to occupy the White House, and their children Gayle (Paige Hurd) and Jason (Daniel Croix Henderson). 

The show’s ensemble cast also includes Javon Johnson, Ptosha Storey, Vaughn Hebron, Teesha Renee, Lodric Collins, Ciera Payton, Taja V. Simpson, Walter Fauntleroy, Brad Benedict, Travis Cure, Matthew Law, Bill Barrett, and Derek A. Dixon.

Season 3 is scheduled to start production at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, GA later this year. It joins Tyler Perry’s Sistas, which also recently was renewed for a third season by BET.

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‘Atlanta’ Seasons 3 & 4 Will Film Back-To-Back in March; Donal Glover Leave FX for Amazon

Will Donald Glover‘s recently announced Amazon deal impact the future of the show?

The award-winning series Atlanta will reportedly start filming seasons 3 and 4 back-to-back in March. Per THR, this is being done to get the show back to our screens as soon as possible.

Atlanta follows Princeton-dropout-turned-music-manager Earn (Glover), his cousin Alfred (Brian Tyree Henry), a rising rapper named Paper Boi, as they navigate the local hip-hop scene.  Lakeith Stanfield and Zazie Beetz also star in the series that last aired in May 2018, concluding season 2.

Along with the news of the show starting production for its final seasons (as of now), came the news of Glover exiting his overall deal with FX for a multiple-year, eight-figure overall deal with Amazon. How will that affect Atlanta, you ask? It will not. And although the FX series has not been renewed beyond season 4, Glover’s contract with Amazon, reportedly, has a “carve-out” that will allow him to work on Atlanta beyond season 4 if he chooses to do so.

The new episodes of Atlanta‘s season 3 are expected to air in late 2021.

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First Look at Jodie Turner-Smith as Anne Boleyn

 Queen & Slim star Jodie Turner-Smith is portraying the Tudor queen Anne Boleyn — the most notorious of Henry VIII’s wives, in a three-part psychological thriller titled Anne Boleyn. The drama will air on Channel 5.

According to Variety, Anne Boleyn “will explore the final months of Boleyn’s life from her perspective, as she struggles to secure a future for her daughter and challenge the powerful patriarchy closing in around her. The series will depict the key moments that cause Anne to topple, reflecting her strength, fatal vulnerabilities and determination to be an equal among men.”

Jodie Turner-Smith as Anne Boleyn / Parisa Taghizadeh

The cast includes Paapa Essiedu (I May Destroy You, Gangs of London), Mark Stanley (White House Farm), Lola Petticrew (Dating Amber), Barry Ward (White Lines, Des), Jamael Westman (West End’s Hamilton), Amanda Burton (Silent Witness), and Thalissa Teixeira (Two Weeks to Live).

The show wrapped production in December, and will air later this year.

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