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22-Aug-2016 07:20

En route, Willms uncorked a bottle of Dom Pérignon and passed it around so everyone could take a swig.

Then came the shooters: for the men, Jack Daniel’s; for the women—three leggy brunettes and a statuesque blonde—Smirnoff with Red Bull.

While that message doesn’t cite the four networks, it does make clear that Netflix was not the only target of the hack.

TDO attempted to get money in exchange for the return of “Orange is the New Black” episodes; when the hacker failed to get the desired funds, pirates were suddenly able to feast Friday on the season premiere, which Netflix scheduled for release in June.In the pilot of George Lopez’s new TV Land comedy, Lopez, he is asked: “Do you ever do anything without your name in the title? Angelenos will get a kick out of seeing former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa getting confused for a valet parker — by you! About a year ago, we shot a production pilot and he was in it and then he did it again this time. The first one he was good too, but when he says pendejo [slang for dumbass] both times, it is really funny. And then I called him and I went out to dinner with him and I nailed it down. That actually happened to me a couple times so I decided to put it in. So if you’re gonna be honest, then use it to be honest. When you were thinking about the show, were you thinking it would work better on cable? There’s not a lot of places on network TV, and I don’t think network TV is the first option anymore, you know? And with being able to watch it on an app, on your phone, it’s ridiculous. It hasn’t been that long since your show was on ABC. I’m more playing me than I was playing an actor playing me. ” The answer is a resounding no, but Lopez is aware he can’t keep it up forever. Like it was in 2001, when I was doing the first show. Even the DVR looks dated when you can have it on your phone and you can watch it at any time. You just want to go where they let you do your stuff. It’s got Jim Gaffigan, and it’s got Hilary Duff’s Younger. What initially seemed like a Netflix-targeted attack may be quickly broadening to a longer list of victims.In another part of the message, TDO warns, “Other companies in the American entertainment industry shouldn’t be surprised if they were too (sic) wake up to a verbose, condescending, and abusive letter in their inbox extending a hand of friendship and (most likely) demanding a modest sum of internet money.” But a source said an upcoming second season of a Nat Geo series produced by Ron Howard called “Breakthrough” may be one of the programs in TDO’s possession.

TDO attempted to get money in exchange for the return of “Orange is the New Black” episodes; when the hacker failed to get the desired funds, pirates were suddenly able to feast Friday on the season premiere, which Netflix scheduled for release in June.In the pilot of George Lopez’s new TV Land comedy, Lopez, he is asked: “Do you ever do anything without your name in the title? Angelenos will get a kick out of seeing former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa getting confused for a valet parker — by you! About a year ago, we shot a production pilot and he was in it and then he did it again this time. The first one he was good too, but when he says pendejo [slang for dumbass] both times, it is really funny. And then I called him and I went out to dinner with him and I nailed it down. That actually happened to me a couple times so I decided to put it in. So if you’re gonna be honest, then use it to be honest. When you were thinking about the show, were you thinking it would work better on cable? There’s not a lot of places on network TV, and I don’t think network TV is the first option anymore, you know? And with being able to watch it on an app, on your phone, it’s ridiculous. It hasn’t been that long since your show was on ABC. I’m more playing me than I was playing an actor playing me. ” The answer is a resounding no, but Lopez is aware he can’t keep it up forever. Like it was in 2001, when I was doing the first show. Even the DVR looks dated when you can have it on your phone and you can watch it at any time. You just want to go where they let you do your stuff. It’s got Jim Gaffigan, and it’s got Hilary Duff’s Younger. What initially seemed like a Netflix-targeted attack may be quickly broadening to a longer list of victims.In another part of the message, TDO warns, “Other companies in the American entertainment industry shouldn’t be surprised if they were too (sic) wake up to a verbose, condescending, and abusive letter in their inbox extending a hand of friendship and (most likely) demanding a modest sum of internet money.” But a source said an upcoming second season of a Nat Geo series produced by Ron Howard called “Breakthrough” may be one of the programs in TDO’s possession.“Being Bow-racial” is Black-ish finally addressing the “ish” that looms heavily over its title and the results are stellar.