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In Brief: ‘The First Lady’ voted out by Showtime, and more

todayAugust 2, 2022

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Jonathan Majors and Glen Powell take flight in the official trailer for the new film drama Devotion, set to open this Thanksgiving. The film looks at the military careers of Jesse Brown and Tom Hudner — played respectively by Majors and Powell — Black and white Navy fighter pilots who developed a close camaraderie during the Korean War, despite the racism Brown experiences as one of the first Black military aviators. Devotion also stars Christina Jackson, Joe Jonas and Thomas Sadoski

Showtime has cancelled The First Lady after one season, according to Deadline. The anthology’s first season focused on three different eras of the White House, following the political and private lives of Eleanor Roosevelt, Betty Ford and Michelle Obama — played respectively by Gillian Anderson, Michelle Pfeiffer and Viola Davis

NBC has renewed The Weakest Link for a 20-episode third season, the network announced on Monday. Regarding the renewal, host and executive producer Jane Lynch commented, “I’m very much looking forward to a third season of mocking contestants and encouraging discord.” Production on season three is set to begin in fall 2022, with casting open at TheWeakestLinkCasting.com

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Neighboring town to Uvalde revokes NRA-aligned group’s use of city space for fundraiser

(HONDO, Texas) -- Just days before people planned to protest this Saturday's fundraiser hosted by an NRA-aligned group near the site of the May 24 elementary school massacre in southwest Texas, the city council in Hondo announced Monday that it revoked permission for the organization's use of the space where they planned to host the event. Jazmin Cazares, older sister to Jackie Cazares, who was killed at Robb Elementary School, […]

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