The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has added new supporting acting TV categories for the 2023 Golden Globe Awards. The HFPA also announced the timeline for the 2023 show, with submissions due on Nov. 7.
The new categories are: best supporting actor in a television series/musical-comedy or drama, best supporting actress in a television series/ musical-comedy or drama, best supporting actor in a limited series/anthology or motion picture made for television and best supporting actress in a limited series/anthology or motion picture made for television.
Previously, the Golden Globes had TV categories for best supporting actor – series, miniseries or motion picture made for television and best supporting actress – series, miniseries or motion picture made for television. The new change splits the supporting actor categories into two separate categories: musical comedy or drama as well as limited or anthology series.
The 2023 Golden Globe Awards will take place on Jan. 10, 2023 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Paramount released the first full-length trailer for Season 5 of its hit series Yellowstone, posting on social media: “It’s happening! #YellowstoneTV season 5 premieres Nov. 13, only on @ParamountNet”
The 90-second preview shows John Dutton (Kevin Costner) being sworn in as the governor of the state of Montana, firing existing staff and appointing his hot-tempered daughter Beth (Kelly Reilly) as his chief of staff. While declaring that he loves Montana, Dutton adds that everything he does is for his family.
Along with Costner and Reilly, Yellowstone stars Luke Grimes, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Forrie Smith, Denim Richards, Ian Bohen, Finn Little, Ryan Bingham, Gil Birmingham, Mo Brings Plenty, Wendy Moniz, Jen Landon and Kathryn Kelly.
Season 5 will debut with a 2-hour premiere on Sunday, Nov. 13 on Paramount Network. Take a look at the new trailer – here.
Corey Taylor has announced the special livestream event, Half Sold Out: CMFT Live At The Palladium, in support of his own charity ‘The Taylor Foundation.’ Launched earlier this year, the organization “supports and uplifts military veterans and emergency personnel living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)”… working on “raising awareness of this often misunderstood mental health condition as well as provides resources and financial support”.
Filmed from London’s renowned Palladium venue, the sold-out performance will take place on October 17 and will serve as the first date of Taylor’s first ever UK solo band tour. The performance will be streamed worldwide at 9pm London time (BST), before being re-broadcast twice for viewers around the world. Following the two broadcasts, the event will then be available to watch on demand for another 48hrs from October 17 11.30pm PDT until October 19 11.30pm PDT.
Taylor said: “Not only am I stoked to be coming back to my island to play for my people, I’m over the moon to share it with the rest of the world. We’re gonna laugh, cry, break dance – sky’s the limit. Enjoy, Earth.” Tickets for the livestream are available now at the link here.
Slipknot’s new album The End, So Far is set to arrive this Friday on September 30. You can order your copy here.
Muse is bringing their “Will of the People Tour” to North America, making stops in the U.S. and Canada for a North American tour in early 2023. Evanescence will serve as support on the North American leg.
Will of the People is also the title of Muse’s latest, ninth studio album. Bandleader Matt Bellamy said the new LP is influenced by Slipknot – thanks to his son’s love of the metal band. Will of the People features the singles “Won’t Stand Down,” “Compliance,” Kill or Be Killed,” “You Make Me Feel Like It’s Halloween”, as well as the title track.
General on-sale tickets start Oct. 7 at 10AM local time. Pre-sale begins Oct. 4. Fans can register now at willofthepeopletour.com. For more info, head here.
LeAnn Rimes is sharing the music video for “Spaceship,” from her new album God’s Work, released earlier this month. Rimes said in an Instagram post announcing the video: “tears. rage. loneliness…. when it came time to create a video for ‘spaceship’, i knew it needed to reflect those same feelings and be as intimate as the lyrics. so, i recruited the best in the business to direct this video for me, my husband, eddie. he has an incredible eye and knows me so well, which really allowed me to expose my most primal, emotional self. “
The video was spontaneously shot by LeAnn’s husband, Eddie Cibrian, while on an RV trip throughout California. Using his iPhone to film, Cibrian shot the video in 4 takes under 30 minutes. Cibrian said in a statement: “We were on our way back from Mammoth when I said we should stop in Alabama Hills to scout a possible location. Once we got there and found a spot, the sun was setting and there was something magical at that exact moment. We knew we needed to capture something then. It was intimate, emotional, and powerful. We only did four takes, which were a mix of sunset and sunrise to capture both sets of light. It all came together beautifully.”
“Spaceship” is the opening track of Rimes’ 19th album, God’s Work. The 12-track album features artists including Ziggy Marley, Mickey Guyton, Aloe Blacc, Ben Harper, Ledisi, Sheila E., Robert Randolph, Táta Vega, and more. Rimes also recently announced Joy: The Holiday Tour which will kick-off December 2nd through December 18th.
Luke Bryan announced on social media that he’s extending his Las Vegas run into 2023, adding 12 more dates for his “Luke Bryan: Vegas” residency at Resorts World Theatre. Said Bryan on Instagram: “We’re having so much fun in Vegas, we’re staying! New 2023 dates just announced! Tickets on sale Friday, Sept. 30.”
Bryan said in a statement: “I love doing these headlining shows in Vegas because the intimate room at Resorts World allows me to really connect to the crowd in such a different way. Sitting at the piano each night has become one of my favorite moments in the show.”
The new dates added in 2023 are: February 2023: 1, 3, 4, 8, 10, 11 — March 2023: 22, 24, 25, 29, 31 — and April 1,2023. Tickets and limited premium VIP packages for the 2023 shows will go on sale to the public on Friday, September 30 at 10 a.m. PT. Bryan still has several performances set for the end of 2022, which are currently on sale: November 30, and December: 2, 3, 7, 9 and 10.
Netflix has shared a new teaser-trailer for Season 4 of the drama ‘You.’ In the new promo, Penn Badgley’s character Joe Goldberg is now residing more than 3,000 miles away from New York, under the alias of professor Jonathan Moore. Goldberg shares that he’s somehow become a teacher in the U.K., saying in his trademark inner monologue: “I’m not the lovable bookstore manager in New York, or the shop clerk in L.A. or the doting husband in the suburbs. No. Not any more. Allow me to introduce myself. I’ve gone through a bit of refinement upon crossing the pond, and living in London has allowed me to bury the past, if you will.”
Season 3 concluded with Goldberg traveling to Paris to follow his new obsession, Marienne Bellamy (Tati Gabrielle). The psychological thriller has added some new faces for Season 4, including Tilly Keeper, Amy Leigh Hickman, and Ed Speleers. Badgley and Gabrielle are set to reprise their Season 3 roles, alongside previously announced new stars Charlotte Ritchie and Lukas Gage.
The first three seasons of “You” are streaming on Netflix. Part 1 of Season 4 is set to premiere Feb. 10th, and Part 2 drops on March 10th. You can take a look at the trailer for Season 4 – here.
Former Today Show anchor Katie Couric has gone public with her breast cancer diagnosis. The 65-year-old Couric posted on social media Wednesday, sharing that she was diagnosed with breast cancer in June: “Every two minutes, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States. On June 21st, I became one of them. As we approach #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth, I wanted to share my personal story with you all and encourage you to get screened and understand that you may fall into a category of women who needs more than a mammogram. Head to the link in my bio or katiecouric.com to read my essay.”
In an essay on her website, Couric detailed that she had a mammogram June 20 after missing the routine checkup in 2021. Her doctor took a biopsy and informed Couric the next day that the test showed cancer. Said Couric: “I felt sick and the room started to spin. I was in the middle of an open office, so I walked to a corner and spoke quietly, my mouth unable to keep up with the questions swirling in my head.” Couric’s first husband, Jay Monahan, died from colon cancer at age 42 in 1998 Her sister, Emily Couric, died from pancreatic cancer at age 54 in 2001, and her mother and father both have a history with cancer.
Couric had surgery to remove an olive-sized tumor in July and began radiation treatments Sept. 7; she just completed her final round of radiation this week. She will also take an aromatase inhibitor for five years. Couric ended her post urging others to take care of their health: “Please get your annual mammogram. I was six months late this time. I shudder to think what might have happened if I had put if off longer. But just as importantly, please find out if you need additional screening.”
Coolio’s longtime manager, Jarez Posey, has confirmed to TMZ and Rolling Stone that the rapper has died at age 59. The Grammy Award winner (born Artis Leon Ivey Jr.) was visiting a friend on Wednesday, September 28, when he suddenly passed away.
Posey revealed to TMZ that Coolio’s friend grew concerned when the rapper was indisposed for an extended period of time and didn’t respond to his name being called, when he eventually went and found Coolio unresponsive. An ambulance was called and EMTs pronounced the rapper dead on the scene. Posey said the paramedics suspect Coolio went into cardiac arrest, though an official cause of death has yet to be determined.
Coolio, perhaps best known for his 1995 Grammy-Award winning single “Gangsta’s Paradise,” released eight solo studio albums between 1994 and 2009, and also appeared on the big screen in 1997’s Batman & Robin opposite George Clooney, Get Over It with Kirsten Dunst in 2001, and Ben Affleck‘s 2003 Daredevil movie. He also made memorable appearances on television shows including Sabrina the Teenage Witch, The Nanny, Charmed and Teachers.
Coolio was married to Josefa Salinas from 1996 to 2000. They shared four kids, daughters Artisha, Brandi, Jackie and son Artis, who co-starred with him on the 2008 reality series Coolio’s Rules.
Tesla announced its first-ever Las Vegas residency in March 2023, celebrating 36 years together. The five shows run March 17, 18, 22, 24 and 25th inside House of Blues Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
Guitarist Frank Hannon said: “We are very excited to be able to perform consecutive nights residing at the same venue because we plan to dig into our catalog and change up our set lists for each show. This will make it interesting for our loyal fans who will attend in the spectacular city of Las Vegas!”
Bassist Brian Wheat added: “We, in Tesla, are very excited to be doing our very first ever residency in Las Vegas, of all places, where Elvis did his residency. We look forward to bringing the legacy of Tesla’s music to you all!”
Tickets for Tesla: The Las Vegas Residency at House of Blues Las Vegas go on sale for the public Saturday, October 1st t 10 am PT via Ticketmaster. Citi cardmembers will have access to purchase pre-sale tickets until Friday, September 30th at 10 pm PT through Citi Entertainment. House of Blues, Live Nation and Ticketmaster pre-sales begin Thursday, September 29th at 10 am PT.