Sci-Fi Series ‘Altered Carbon’ Reveals What To Expect In Season 2 Trailer

Anthony Mackie is back in the first full-length Altered Carbon season 2 trailer. 

In season 2,  Takeshi Kovacs, first portrayed by actor Will Yun Lee before transferring to actor Joel-Kinnaman, finds himself in a newer body 30 years after the events of the season 1 finale. Takeshi returns to his home world, still on his search to find his lost love, Quellcrist Falconer (Renée Elise Goldsberry). He ends up finding her, but there are some complications. He’s tasked with investigating a series of murders that ends up overlapping with his own mission. Soon, the whole planet will be hunting him, it seems.

Based on Richard K. Morgan’s book, Altered Carbon season 2 sets Luke Cage‘s Simone Missick as Trepp, Power star Lela Loren as Danica Harlan, and Chris Connor as Takeshi’s A.I. partner Poe. Dina Shihabi (Jack Ryan), Torben Liebrecht (Homeland), and James Saito (The Terror) also feature.

The new season drops on Netflix this Feb. 27. Check out the Season 2 trailer at the link here.

‘Altered Carbon’ Heads Back Home In Season 2 Trailer


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Netfix Series On Assassination Of Malcolm X Prompts New Investigation

The Netflix documentary series Who Killed Malcolm X? has raised enough questions that the case will be reinvestigated. The Manhattan district attorney’s office have said it would review the case after new information came to light. It’s also working with the Innocence Project, a non-profit that works to exonerate the wrongly convicted. 

The district attorney’s comments came days after the release of the Netflix docuseries. The series features historian Abdur-Rahman Muhammad, who is looking for answers to the questions around Malcolm X’s assassination more than five decades later, including whether the real perpetrators were caught.

Shortly after civil rights activist Malcolm X took the stage at the Audubon Ballroom in New York on February 21, 1965, shots were fired and the icon was pronounced dead. Three men were convicted in 1966. Mujahid Abdul Halim (known as Talmadge Hayer and Thomas Hagan), Muhammad Abdul Aziz (known as Norman 3X Butler) and Khalil Islam (known as Thomas 15X Johnson) were sentenced to life in prison.

Malcolm X’s assassination being reinvestigated after new info shown in Netflix series


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2 Ohio State football Players Charged With Rape And Kidnapping

Two Ohio State University football players are facing charges of kidnapping and raping a woman, according to court documents filed in Franklin County Municipal Court in Ohio. Amir Riep, 21, and Jahsen Wint, 21, are charged with rape with the threat of force, and kidnapping with engaging in sexual activity, both in the first degree.

The incident happened on Feb. 4 and involved a 19-year-old woman, according to Columbus police. Both players turned themselves in to police Thursday evening and were being held at Franklin County Jail without bond.

In light of the case, Ohio State University also announced Wednesday that the players had been dismissed from the team.

Ohio State suspends two players indefinitely following felony rape and kidnapping charges


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Police In South Carolina Still Searching For Missing 6-Year-Old Girl

Police in South Carolina on Wednesday released video of a girl exiting a school bus, the last known footage of the 6-year-old before she went missing.  The girl, Faye Swetlik, got off that bus in Cayce, just outside of the capital city of Columbia, at about 3:45 p.m. on Monday. She was last seen playing in her yard before she was reported missing to police at about 5 p.m.

“We understand her disappearance is distressing to many members of the community,” Cayce police Sgt. Evan Antley told reporters. “We are trying to bring Faye home,” Antley added. “We’re asking people that live in that neighborhood, that do business in that neighborhood, we want to know what they know.”

Faye was last seen wearing a shirt with the word “PEACE” on it. The girl is 3-foot-10, 65 pounds, has a speech impediment and is lactose intolerant.

Police still searching for missing South Carolina girl, 6


Listen To Russell Dickerson’s New Single, “Love You Like I Used To”

Russell Dickerson’s new single “Love You Like I Used To” will impact country radio on March 1. The new tune is the first sample of new music from Russell’s upcoming sophomore album, and Russell hopes it will score him his fourth No. 1.

After topping the charts with “Yours” and “Blue Tacoma” in 2018, Russell scored his third No. 1 single with “Every Little Thing” in November 2019. All three of Russell’s No. 1 songs are featured on his 2017 debut album, Yours.

Listen to “Love You Like I Used To” at the link here.

Russell Dickerson sends message of love with new single, “Love You Like I Used To”


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Chris Young Extends “Town Ain’t Big Enough Tour”

Chris Young has extended his upcoming Town Ain’t Big Enough Tour, which takes its name from his recent duet with Lauren Alaina.

Initially slated to kick off in Detroit on May 28, Chris’ tour will now get started on April 30 in Columbus, Ohio, with new dates in Missouri, Iowa, Washington and Idaho. The 35-date tour will make additional stops in Chicago, Seattle, Dallas, Atlanta and more. Scotty McCreery will serve as direct support, along with opener Payton Smith.

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Chris Young expands 2020 tour


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Ava DuVernay Set To Direct New Netflix Documentary On Nipsey Hussle

Netflix has announced that Ava DuVernay — known for her work on the Emmy-winning When They See Us, A Wrinkle in Time and Selma — has been tapped to direct and produce a feature-length documentary on the late rapper Nipsey Hussle. The documentary will be a co-production between DuVernay’s company Array Now and Nipsey’s Marathon Films. According to multiple reports, Nipsey’s estate reached out to DuVernay to direct the film.

DuVernay seemingly confirmed the news by tweeting a checkered racing flag emoji, which symbolizes “the marathon continues,” a phrase used by Nipsey fans that simply means his memory will live on forever.

Nipsey was fatally shot outside of his Los Angeles clothing store, the Marathon Clothing Company on March 31, 2019. He was 33. 

Ava DuVernay Set to Direct Nipsey Hussle Documentary


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“CSI” Revival Limited Series in the Works At CBS

According to multiple reports, CBS is looking to revive CSI: Crime Scene Investigation for a limited series, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the premiere. Series creator Anthony Zuiker is behind the revival with executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer.  

CSI ran for 15 seasons on CBS between 2000-2015 and spawned a number of spinoffs—CSI: New York, CSI: Miami and CSI: Cyber. The series concluded in September 2015 with a two-hour special featuring original series stars William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger.

No stars have officially signed on as the project is said to be in the deal-making phase. CBS declined to comment on the revival miniseries reports.

CSI reboot in the works


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Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire Democratic Primary In Close Race

Sen. Bernie Sanders was declared the winner in New Hampshire’s Democratic primary on Tuesday, with candidates Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar close on his heels. Sanders led Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Ind., by less than 2 percent of the vote. Klobuchar, the senator from Minnesota, came in third place. When it comes to delegates awarded to the candidates on Tuesday, however, Sanders tied Buttigieg in New Hampshire with nine delegates apiece. Klobuchar earned six delegates.

Sanders pledged that whoever ended up as the nominee, “We are going to unite together and defeat the most dangerous president in the modern history of this country.”

Under New Hampshire law, voters who have registered as “undeclared” can cast their vote in either party’s primary. According to New Hampshire’s secretary of state, the state has 415,871 undeclared voters, more than those registered as either Democratic (276,385) or Republican (288,464).

Bernie Sanders wins New Hampshire primary, CBS News projects


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Actor Jussie Smollett Indicted On Charges By Special Prosecutor In Chicago

Actor Jussie Smollett was indicted on Tuesday in Chicago, according to reports. The indictment, brought by special prosecutor Dan Webb, stems from the alleged January 2019 hoax attack against the former star of the Fox TV series “Empire.”

Smollett has been accused of hiring two brothers to stage an attack on himself that included tales of a noose and bigots screaming racist, homophobic slurs. Cops in Chicago, where Smollett lives and alleged the attack occurred, have said the actor made up the whole thing. He’s denied the allegations.

Smollett is due in court Feb. 24

‘Empire’ actor Jussie Smollett indicted by special prosecutor in Chicago


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