Charlie’s Getting A New Team Of Crime-Fighting Beauties
First on the big screen, and now in your living room! Charlie’s Angels is making another comeback, this time as a primetime series on ABC, Variety reports. Drew Barrymore, who produced and starred in 2000’s Charlie’s Angels and 2003’s Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, will also be producing this new version.
The original Charlie’s Angels ran from 1976 to 1981 on ABC, and starred Jaclyn Smith, Kate Jackson, John Forsythe and the late Farrah Fawcett.
Of course, TV remakes are nothing new. You’ve all seen the second comings of classics like 90210 and Melrose Place — along with less-successful reboots like NBC’sKnight Rider.
Too bad, so sad. After Kirk Frost blamed Rasheeda Buckner-Frost for his infidelity on the April 24 episode, ‘L&HH’ fans were up in arms. The reality star revealed she was considering divorce due to his baby mama drama and she’s got nothing but support!
Scott Baio wants the world to know he’s not an insensitive monster after all. The actor is defending himself against cold and cruel comments he made about the death of former ‘Happy Days’ co-star Erin Moran. We’ve got what he had to say.
Congratulations to Kane Brown and Katelyn Jae! The adorable country couple is finally engaged, and Kane shared the happy news with thousands of fans while on stage at a concert on April 18! Watch the sweet moment, here.
Lorraine Gilles has released steamy new photos with Mel B! The former nanny was accused of sleeping with Mel’s husband Stephen Belafonte and blackmailing her with sex tapes, but now she’s trying to prove that she was the one seduced into having 3-ways.
Is it too late to apologize? The blame game is a central theme on the epic April 24 episode of ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.’ Kirk Frost criticizes Rasheeda for denying him sexually and Karlie Redd confronts Tommie Lee about hooking up with her man!