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This Week in Entertainment: Seinfeld and More


Seinfeld Is Moving To Netflix

Netflix landed the global streaming rights for hit 90s sitcom Seinfeld. “All 180 episodes of the Emmy-Award winning Seinfeld are coming to Netflix – worldwide! – starting in 2021,” they announced on Twitter. Currently, Netflix will lose two of its biggest shows later this year. Both FRIENDS and The Office will head to rival streaming services launched by HBO and NBC, respectively.

Seinfeld, a comedy created by comedian Jerry Seinfeld, tells the story of four self-absorbed friends living in New York City. In addition, people often describe it as a “show about nothing”. It currently streams on Hulu with a deal that runs to the end of 2020. Sony and Netflix did not disclose the agreement deals.

Kylie Jenner Pulls Out Of Paris Fashion Week Sick

Makeup mogul Kylie Jenner pulled out of Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday. She was due to launch a new cosmetics line with French luxury brand Balmain. However, she announced that she was sick and unable to travel to Paris for the event. “Unfortunately I’m really sick and unable to travel. I’m heartbroken to be missing this show … Creating this collection with Olivier has been a dream,” she said on Twitter.

Her representatives didn’t respond to a request to comment. She was also absent at last Sunday’s Emmy awards, where she was supposed to present an award with Kim and Kendall Kardashian. In addition, Jenner didn’t disclose the nature of her illness. However, TMZ reported that she went to the hospital with severe flu-like symptoms.

Second Man Arrested In Meek Mills Case

Police arrested an Arizona man on drugs and weapon charges on Wednesday. In addition, they believe that the man was involved in the 2018 overdose death of rapper Meek Mills. Ryan Reavis, 36, is held on a $50,000 cash-only bond. In addition, police found marijuana, drug paraphernalia, pills, a doctor’s prescription pad, three guns and large amounts of ammunition at his home.

‘Joker’ Raises Concern From Movie Theatre Shooting Victims

Families involved in the 2012 movie theatre shooting in Colorado asked the studio behind Joker to help lobby for better gun reform. They also expressed concern about the mental breakdown portrayed in the films and their effects. In a letter written to Warner Bros., the family urged them to stop political contributions for any politician associated with the NRA. However, the letter doesn’t ask for them to withdraw the movie.

Tom Hanks To Recieve Lifetime Golden Globe Award

Tom Hanks will receive another honor to his name, with a lifetime achievement Golden Globe award. The actor, 63, is known for hit movies like Big, Toy Story, and Saving Private Ryan. Currently, he will play Fred Rogers in the upcoming biopic “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”.