New this week: Sia, Clarice Starling and Kristen Wiig
Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. One nominee, “Judas and the Black Messiah," arrives on HBO Max (as well as in theaters) on Friday. Ad— Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo's last writing partnership turned out pretty well. Ad— AP Film Writer Jake CoyleMUSIC— Sia’s Golden Globe-nominated directorial debut, “Music,” will be accompanied with a 14-track album. Ad— “Silence of the Lambs” is three decades in the rearview mirror, but only a year has passed as CBS’ “Clarice” picks up the story of FBI Agent Clarice Starling.
Robin Thicke on Honoring Late Friend and Collaborator Andre Harrell With New Song 'Forever Mine' (Exclusive)
Robin Thicke's latest single means a lot to him. It was the last record he finished with his mentor, friend and collaborator Andre Harrell. The late music producer -- who died May 7 -- was also godfather to Thicke's son, Julian. RELATED CONTENT:Inside Robin Thicke's Intimate Birthday Dinner With Leonardo DiCaprio, Fiancee April Love Geary and MoreRobin Thicke and Fiancee April Love Geary Welcome Baby No. 2Ken Jeong Hilariously Describes Robin Thicke's 'Masked Singer' After-Parties (Exclusive)
Tribute broadcast planned for late music exec Andre Harrell
NEW YORK A tribute to Andre Harrell, the influential music executive who discovered Sean Diddy Combs and died earlier this month, will air Sunday. It will air commercial free on BET, BET Jams, BET Soul and REVOLT TV, where Harrell served as vice chairman. Diddy often credits Harrell with giving him the tools to find success in music and life, even saying Harrell was like a father figure to him. In 1993, Harrell let go of Diddy, who then launched his uber-successful Bad Boy Records. Diddy posted multiple tributes to Harrell on social media following his death.