The auteur directed one of the episodes, which is a romance between a French chef and a Malay mee siam hawker.
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Bang & Olufsen recently introduced their 77’’ Beovision Harmony TV that comes with ‘mechanical’ butterfly wings speakers that move when turned on.
Iain Armitage, who plays Sheldon Cooper of "The Big Bang Theory" fame in "Young Sheldon", is a precocious little kid.
"FAM!", produced by Oak3 Films, is about a girl who aspires to be a journalist but is a misfit in a family of social media influencers.
Their level of friendship came to light when Oguri made a guest appearance in Matsumoto’s programme segment in variety show Arashi ni Shiyagare.
The Politician (27 Sept) Netflix Overview of September's shows September starts off a little slow, with only Viu's Stranger From Hell and an assortment of shows from Netflix, including the animation anthology Modest Heroes: Ponoc Short Films Theatre.
Mickey Rourke appeared on the show from LA to promote crime movie 'Night Walk', but things didn't go smoothly.
Richard Madeley joined the row over Enid Blyton's alleged racist, homophobic history on today's episode of 'Good Morning Britain'.
When Robin Thede is asked about the best piece of advice given to her, she says it came from fellow comedian Larry Wilmore on The Nightly Show. “He told me that as a boss, you are not responsible for making people happy, your only job is to provide an environment where they can thrive.”
Actors Tosh Zhang and Jayley Woo are joining the cast of the second season of So Bright, a web series musical about young aspiring musicians.
The 'Loose Women' panellist is fronting a new campaign about bladder weakness and made an embarrassing confession.
Langsford was upset during 'This Morning' as a result of her late sister's own struggles with mental health issues.
Ferlyn sat down with Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore to talk about her transition from singing to acting, as well as her hopes for the future.
The 59-year-old TV presenter launched a furious rant on Twitter after he was branded racist for his comments about the Duchess of Sussex on 'This Morning'.