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It’s a Sin creator Russell T. Davies has revealed the one scene he refused to write.The Channel 4/HBO drama revisits the AIDS crisis in 1980s London, following a group of young gay friends as the disease begins to claim lives around them, and eventually, their own. Davies now tells The Hollywood Reporter that when he pitched the show, one network didn’t like the idea of treating AIDS as a creeping menace.“I was told at one channel,” Davies explained, “‘What if its start is on an AIDS ward in say, 1990 or 1992, with the machines and people dying, and then went, ’10 years earlier…” I thought that was unbelievably crass and literally refused to do it.”Related: Elton John confronted Russell T. Davies over ‘It’s a Sin.’ Now, Davies tell us what
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Holly Willoughby supports Palace investigation into Meghan Markle bullying claims

Holly Willoughby got slightly heated over the latest developments on the Meghan Markle bullying claims on This Morning today, saying she thought Buckingham Palace’s decision to investigate was what "any responsible employer would do".The ITV daytime show began with a debate with guests Andrew Neil and Beverly Tanner to discuss the news that Buckingham Palace would be investigating the claims from some of Meghan Markle’s former aides in 2018."They have gone against tradition I’m really surprised they would take them on," Beverly said."All they’ve done is taken them down to their level," which prompted an alternative view from the presenter.Cutting in, Holly, 40, asked: "Have they taken them on though or have they done what any other employer
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Lily Collins, Pedro Pascal, and Nick Jonas lend their voices to the chilling trailer for Calls

An official trailer for the upcoming series Calls was released to the official Apple TV+ YouTube channel on Wednesday, featuring the voices of A-listers like Lily Collins, Pedro Pascal, Nick Jonas and more.The series is an English-language adaptation of the French series of the same name, which initially premiered on Canal+.The Fede Alvarez-directed show will feature audio and text accompaniments to scripted calls that will weave together into a larger mystery.
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