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Jesse Eisenberg Will Star in Hulu Limited Series 'Fleishman Is in Trouble'

Jesse Eisenberg is taking on a big new role!

The 38-year-old The Social Network star will play the title character opposite Lizzy Caplan in FX’s Fleishman Is in Trouble, a limited series adaptation based on Taffy Brodesser-Akner‘s bestselling novel, Deadline reported.

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The Reason Why 'Y: The Last Man' Was Cancelled Has Been Revealed

Over the weekend, it was revealed that Y: The Last Man was abruptly cancelled.

Showrunner Eliza Clark and star Amber Tamblyn confirmed on social media on Sunday (October 17) that the comic book-based series will not return for a second season on FX on Hulu.

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'Y: The Last Man' Canceled After One Season at FX on Hulu

Y: The Last Man is not moving forward.

Showrunner Eliza Clark and star Amber Tamblyn confirmed on social media on Sunday (October 17) that the comic book-based series will not return for a second season on FX on Hulu.

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K-Pop Idol & f(x) Member Krystal Is Reportedly Leaving SM Entertainment After a Decade

Krystal is reportedly ending her relationship with her agency, SM Entertainment, after a decade.

The 25-year-old South Korean singer and member of girl group f(x) is reportedly exiting the agency to begin somewhere new, according to Ilgan Sports on Tuesday (August 18) via Soompi.

“According to the report, Krystal has already met with several well-known actor management companies, many of which have reached out to her first after hearing that she was becoming a free agent. It was said that while she has held meetings with these agencies, she has not yet discussed a detailed contract with any of them. She is reportedly looking for an agency that will both support her as an actress and go along with her plans to release music,” the outlet reports.

“Our exclusive contract with Krystal expires in late August. We will continue to have discussions with Krystal about renewing the contract,” SM Entertainment said in response to the news.

Krystal‘s bandmates, f(x)’s Amber and Luna, left SM Entertainment in 2019 following the end to their own contracts.

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The 'American Horror Story' Spinoff Series Will Go to FX on Hulu, Instead of Airing on Regular FX

American Horror Stories, the upcoming spinoff to Ryan Murphy‘s hit series American Horror Story, will no longer air on the FX Network as originally planned.

The show is now going to FX on Hulu, a section on the streaming service Hulu, according to THR. Two of the big shows that were released on there as part of the launch were Devs and Mrs. America.

American Horror Story is an anthology series that features a new story in each season. American Horror Stories will have a different story in each episode, kind of like Black Mirror. Not much else is known right now!

FX still plans on airing a 10th season of American Horror Story in 2021.

Another series that will be going to FX on Hulu is the highly anticipated series Y: The Last Man, which had just began production ahead of the pandemic.

Coronavirus Shuts Down Netflix, FX & Apple+ TV Productions

The shutdowns because of coronavirus continue, with Netflix, FX and Apple+ TV following many others.

All of Apple’s TV series currently in production have been halted.

This includes The Morning Show (which was previously announced), See, Servant, For All Mankind, Lisey’s Story, Bad Robot, and Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet.

For Netflix, that means the upcoming season of Stranger Things has been halted.

The company has suspended all scripted TV and films in US and Canada for the next two weeks. The shutdown is done out of precaution and in compliance with bans on large gatherings, travel and other restrictions by authorities in the U.S. and abroad.

FX has stopped production, so far, on Atlanta, Fargo, Snowfall and Y: The Last Man.

You can see the full list of everything that’s been cancelled and postponed here.

K-Pop Star Amber Liu Announces She's Leaving SM Entertainment

Amber Liu is leaving her agency, SM Entertainment.

The 26-year-old f(x) girl group member and solo star revealed the news on her Instagram on Saturday (August 31).

“Hi Everyone, I would like to announce my contract with SM Entertainment has ended today and I have decided to part ways with the company. From the bottom of my heart, I’d like to thank everyone who believed in me and have been so patient with me all these years. I can’t wait to show you what’s in store in this next chapter of my career. Again and always, THANK YOU, love, peace, and boba ;)” she wrote in English and Korean.

Amber has been a member of f(x) since their debut in 2009.

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