BBC America announced that the second season of the time travel show “Doctor Who” starring Jodie Whittaker will premiere 8 p.m. ET on New Year’s Day. The season will begin with a two-part episode titled “Spyfall.” The network also announced that it has partnered with BBC Studios and Fathom Events to screen the premiere episode on over 600 cinema screens on Jan. 5. The event will include a Q&A with Whittaker and fellow cast members Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill transmitted from The Paley Center for Media in New York. Tickets and a list of participating locations will be available beginning Dec. 6 at the Fathom Events website.
When Calls the Heart star Andrea Brooks (Faith Carter) has welcomed her first child. Brooks gave birth to a baby girl and posted the exciting news via her Instagram account, sharing a black-and-white photo of herself and her new bundle of joy snuggled up against her with the caption “…and then there was you. ????” without sharing any additional details on her baby girl.
Leonardo DiCaprio is speaking out against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s baseless allegation that the actor is fueling fires in the Amazon by bankrolling nonprofits he claims are to blame for the destruction.
Kanye West debuted the music video for “Closed on Sunday.” The song is a single from his “Jesus Is King” album
The holidays just around the corner and superstar Beyoncé has just dropped a festive merch collection.