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FIRST LOOK/ ON TV/ POWERBALL

October 28, 2020

FIRST LOOK
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ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 10/28/20)
ABC: American Housewife (Premiere) at 8:30pm
FACEBOOK WATCH: Spice it Up With David & Annie (Premiere) at 12pm
HGTV: Martha Knows Best (Premiere) at 8pm and 8:30pm
HGTV: Property Brothers: Forever Home (Premiere) at 9pm
VICE: Wet Markets Exposed (Premiere) at 10pm
FXX: Archer (Finale) at 10pm
LIFETIME: Married at First Sight (Finale) at 8pm
NBC: The Wall (Finale) at 8pm
PBS: The Age of Nature (Finale) at 10pm

Jon Stewart will host and executive produce a single-issue current affairs series for Apple TV+, part of his first-look deal with the streamer. Former HBO CEO Richard Plepler will exec produce through his EDEN Productions.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

HBO is bringing back a reimagined “In Treatment” for season four, with Uzo Aduba (“Orange Is the New Black”) set to star as the therapist. The series ran from 2008-2010 with Gabriel Byrne and Dianne Weist in the lead roles.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

The COVID-19 pandemic is leading to abbreviated seasons for many scripted series, thanks to slower production and higher costs. So far, CBS has cut back full season, 22-episode orders for CBS Studios shows NCIS: LA and The Neighborhood to 18 episodes, and Blue Bloods, Bull, Magnum P.I., NCIS, NCIS: NOLA, and SEAL Team to 16 episodes. The Unicorn remains unchanged at 13 episodes.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen and director Nick Stoller (“Neighbors”) are reuniting for Apple TV+ comedy “Platonic,” produced by Sony Pictures Television. The series follows former best friends who reconnect as adults.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Singer/actress Demi Lovato will host the 2020 E!’s People’s Choice Awards, airing live on Sunday, November 15 at 9p. The ceremony will present awards in 44 categories. 
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Young, diverse audiences are leaning into local news, according to Nielsen Local Watch Report: “Diverse, Young and Informed: Today’s Growing News Audience.” While the time consumers spend watching TV news has been rising since the fall of last year, it peaked at just under nine-and-a-half hours each week in April of this year, the height of the stay-at-home period in the US. In September, American adults were still engaged with news, watching an average of 7 hours and 5 minutes of TV news per week, up 23% from the same period last year.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Killer deal: Netflix struck a content agreement with Ubisoft to develop live-action, animated and anime series based the video game franchise “Assassin’s Creed.” First in the pipeline is a live-action series executive produced by Ubisoft Film & Television’s Jason Altman and Danielle Kreinik. 
(Source: Cynopsis) 

TruTV gave a series order for comedic unscripted illusionist stunt series Big Trick Energy, produced by DIGA Studios. Magicians/daredevils and “self-proclaimed ‘Abracadipshits’” Chris Ramsay, Eric Leclerc, Wes Barker and Alex Boyer star. “Chris, Eric, Wes and Alex are making magic cool again,” said Corie Henson, EVP, Head of Unscripted Programming for TBS, TNT, and truTV. “They’re charming, dangerous and hilarious.”
(Source: Cynopsis) 

WE tv announced that “Growing Up Hip Hop” and “Mama June: From Not to Hot,” began production on their new seasons this month, with rigorous safeguards in place. Season 6 of OG “Growing Up Hip Hop” and season 5 of “Mama June: From Not to Hot” will both consist of 10 episodes premiering next year.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Jim Patterson (Two and a Half Men) reunites with Chuck Lorre to serve as executive producer and showrunner for CBS comedy “B Positive,” alongside creator Marco Pennette.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Allison Tolman (“Emergence”) and Nick Frost (“Fighting With My Family”) will star in season two of CBS All Access anthology series “Why Women Kill.”…Hubert Point-Du Jour (“The Good Lord Bird”) and Maryann Plunkett (“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”) have joined the cast of Peacock’s “Dr. Death,” based on the true story of a doctor who left patients maimed or dead.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

“City So Real,” a five-part series from Steve James (“Hoop Dreams”), offering a portrait of contemporary Chicago, premieres commercial-free on Nat Geo on Thursday, October 29 at 7p.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Ice-T will host a legal series that’s getting a four-week run on Fox-owned stations. “The Mediator with Ice-T” will have the rapper/actor offer recommendations to feuding parties who can either accept his advice and settle their case, or go to court. “Two things I really like are high profile projects coming to local stations and short pitch meetings,” said Frank Cicha, EVP of Programming, FTS. “Truthfully, they had me at ‘Ice-T wants to…’.” 
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Season three of “American Gods” launches Sunday, January 10 on Starz. Charles Eglee (“The Walking Dead”) will serve as showrunner for the newest 10 episodes.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

 During its opening weekend, Amazon Prime Video’s “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” was streamed in 1.6 million US homes, according to Samba TV, topping Disney+’s “Mulan” as the #1 film intended for theaters that moved to premium streaming distribution instead. “Mulan” reached 1.12 million homes during its opening weekend. Amazon Studios said the satire was watched by “tens of millions” of customers worldwide over the weekend, with over 1 million viewers for a watch party on October 22 that featured Sacha Baron Cohen.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

TikTok is teaming with Shopify for a TikTok channel on the e-commerce platform that enables businesses to create, manage and measure TikTok ad campaigns without leaving the Shopify interface. The agreement includes #ShopBlack, a campaign to spotlight Black-owned businesses.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Election-related YouTube searches on Election Day will be stamped with a label, “Results may not be final. See the latest on Google,” with a link to a page with “authoritative” AP election results data, said YouTube on Tuesday. In addition, “We’ll continue to elevate authoritative sources, including news publishers like CNN and Fox News, for election-related news and information queries in search results and ‘watch next’ panels,” according to YouTube. 
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Meanwhile, Twitter is putting messages at the top of users’ feeds in an attempt to counter misinformation about voting and the election. “We’re introducing ‘pre-bunks’ for some of the most common misleading claims about #Election2020,” tweeted Twitter’s Head of Site Integrity, Yoel Roth. “Research shows that getting ahead of misinformation is a powerful way to build resilience. Excited to see this application of inoculation theory in practice.” Messages include information like voting by mail is safe and secure, and results may be delayed for legitimate reasons.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

The re-launch of T-Mobile’s TVision pay-TV service includes a new Android TV-based streaming device, and new programming tiers. The $50 TVision Hub is an Android TV dongle with a Google Assistant-powered voice remote as well as dedicated buttons for YouTube, Netflix and TVision’s live guide. The device also includes Bluetooth support and Google Play for access to third-party streaming apps.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Lifetime is holding a series of fan-focused live virtual events aimed at extending the net’s content experience e. Lifetime: Live! kicks off Thursday, October 29th with “It’s a Wonderful Lifetime: Live!”, helping fans celebrate the holiday season with stars from the It’s a Wonderful Lifetime holiday movies. The network will host four free holiday virtual panels with exclusive sneak peeks and festive activities. The It’s a Wonderful Lifetime programming initiative has signed a number of brands, including P&G, Mrs. Fields, Bailey’s, Macy’s, Shriners Children’s Hospital, Kohl’s, Marathon Petroleum, and JustFab for custom marketing integrations or sponsorships.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Cozi TV is airing a “Halloweenathon” on Saturday, October 31, with 22 episodes of “The Munsters” starting at 9a, followed by eight episodes of Roseanne at 8p. 
(Source: Cynopsis) 

A special edition of HBO’s “The Shop: Uninterrupted,” starring LeBron James and Maverick Carter, features a conversation between James, Carter and former President Barack Obama on Friday, October 30 at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

A special episode of Showtime’s “Couples Therapy” will air on Sunday, December 13 at 8p. The one-hour documentary, “Couples Therapy: The Covid Special,” features therapist Dr. Orna Guralnik as she and her patients grapple with the realities of the COVID-19 shutdown and its impact on their lives and relationships. The docu-series returns for season two in 2021.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Acorn TV landed BBC Studios’ “A Suitable Boy” for exclusive premieres in the US and Canada, launching Monday, December 7. The series, based on the novel by Vikram Seth, is set in 1950s India.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Showtime doc “Macho: The Hector Camacho Story” offers a look at the life and unsolved murder of the boxing star, on Friday, December 4 at 9p. “Macho Camacho’s charisma, boxing prowess and flamboyant style made him a Puerto Rican sports icon, and, for a time, the biggest star in boxing,” said Stephen Espinoza, President, Sports and Event Programming, Showtime Networks Inc. “This film reveals the complex highs and lows of Hector’s life: the joy he brought so many, as well as the demons that he battled privately behind the scenes.”
(Source: Cynopsis) 

BET’s “Smoke: Marijuana + Black America,” narrated and executive produced by rapper and entrepreneur Nasir “Nas” Jones, explores Black America’s complex relationship with marijuana. The two-hour doc premieres Wednesday, November 18 at 10p.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

Season five of Bravo’s “Below Deck Mediterranean” finished as the highest-rated season in franchise history among total viewers, garnering nearly 2.6 million viewers an episode. 
(Source: Cynopsis) 

In syndication, “The Kelly Clarkson Show” (0.9 Live+SD national Nielsen rating, up 13% from the week before) was the only talker able to overcome Amy Coney Barrett’s Senate Judiciary hearing preemptions and break into positive territory in the week ending October 18. Clarkson also rose 25% among W25-54, tying “Ellen DeGeneres” at a 0.5. Among magazines, “Extra” (0.7) held steady to move into a tie with “TMZ” (0.7, down 13%) for the first time this season.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

“90 Day Fiance” franchise expander “Darcey & Stacey” wrapped as cable’s highest-rated freshman series so far in 2020, averaging a 2.11 rating among W25-54 in Live+3 Nielsens, 1.43 among P25-54, and 2.5 million P2+ viewers per episode. 
(Source: Cynopsis) 

On Saturday, Univision soccer scored an average audience of 643,000 total viewers, 322,000 A18-49 and 142,000 A18-34. It also averaged more Total Viewers 2+ (+17%), A18-49 (+29%) and A18-34 (+34%) from the week prior.
(Source: Cynopsis) 

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OFFSET & COMMON PERFORM FOR JOE BIDEN’S ATLANTA DRIVE-IN EVENT

October 27, 2020

OFFSET & COMMON PERFORM FOR JOE BIDEN’S ATLANTA DRIVE-IN EVENT
https://www.tmz.com/2020/10/27/offset-common-perform-joe-biden-atlanta-drive-in-event/

CHRISSY TEIGEN PENS A MOVING ESSAY ABOUT THE LOSS OF A CHILD AND WHY SHE SHARED HEARTBREAKING IMAGE

October 27, 2020

CHRISSY TEIGEN PENS A MOVING ESSAY ABOUT THE LOSS OF A CHILD AND WHY SHE SHARED HEARTBREAKING IMAGE
https://toofab.com/2020/10/27/chrissy-teigen-pens-moving-essay-about-loss-of-child/

KEITH RANIERE (NXIVM SEX-CULT LEADER) SENTENCED TO 120 YEARS IN JAIL

October 27, 2020

KEITH RANIERE (NXIVM SEX-CULT LEADER) SENTENCED TO 120 YEARS IN JAIL
https://www.tmz.com/2020/10/27/keith-raniere-nxivm-sex-cult-leader-sentence-120-years/

GWEN STEFANI & BLAKE SHELTON ARE ENGAGED

October 27, 2020

GWEN STEFANI & BLAKE SHELTON ARE ENGAGED
https://www.tmz.com/2020/10/27/gwen-stefani-announces-engagement-blake-shelton/

KIM KARDASHIAN BOOKED A PRIVATE ISLAND & PLANE FOR HER 40TH BIRTHDAY WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS

October 27, 2020

KIM KARDASHIAN BOOKED A PRIVATE ISLAND & PLANE FOR HER 40TH BIRTHDAY WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS
https://www.tmz.com/2020/10/27/kim-kardashian-birthday-celebration-private-island-party/

JADA PINKETT SMITH SHARES WHY SHE’S “HARDER” ON DAUGHTER WILLOW THAN SON JADEN

October 27, 2020

JADA PINKETT SMITH SHARES WHY SHE’S “HARDER” ON DAUGHTER WILLOW THAN SON JADEN
https://www.eonline.com/news/1202551/jada-pinkett-smith-shares-why-shes-harder-on-daughter-willow-than-son-jaden

CELEBRITY NEWS: OCTOBER 27, 2020

October 27, 2020

CELEBRITY NEWS: OCTOBER 27, 2020
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Lonzo Ball (NBA Draft Pick for the LA Lakers) – 23 years old
Troy Gentile (ABC’s The Goldbergs) – 27 years old
Kelly Osbourne (TV Show Host) – 36 years old
Patrick Fugit (“Gone Girl”/ “Almost Famous”) – 38 years old
Susie Castillo (former MTV VJ/ former Miss USA) – 41 years old
David Walton (“Bad Moms” movies) – 42 years old
Marla Maples (Donald Trump’s 2nd Wife) – 57 years old
Simon Le Bon (Duran Duran) – 62 years old
Ted Wass (Blossom/ Soap) – 68 years old
Roberto Benigni (“Life Is Beautiful”) – 68 years old
Jayne Kennedy (Model / “Body And Soul”) – 69 years old
Ivan Reitman (Director) – 74 years old
John Cleese (“A Fish Called Wanda”) – 81 years old 

FIRST LOOK/ ON TV/ MEGA MILLIONS

October 27, 2020

FIRST LOOK
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ON TELEVISIONS (TUESDAY 10/27/20)
BET: 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards at 9pm
HBO Max: Ghosts (Premiere)
HGTV: Fixer to Fabulous (Premiere) at 9pm
NBC: This Is Us (Premiere) at 8pm
Netflix: Blood of Zeus (Premiere)
SundanceNow: The Dakota Entrapment Tapes (Premiere)
UniMas: Pájaro Soñador (Premiere) at 7pm
TLC: Little People, Big World (Finale) at 9pm
TLC: Sweet Home Sextuplets (Finale) at 10pm

More people will be leaving the building at Fox News Media, with the workforce operating virtually “wherever possible” after what Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott and President Jay Wallace described in a memo as “a few positive cases” of COVID-19 at the company. In the week ahead of the election, “It is crucial that we continue to remain vigilant,” said the memo. “We know this election will be like no other and it will be exciting to witness it first hand, but only those employees who are critical to that night’s production will be permitted to work from 1211 [Avenue of the Americas].”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Will all bets be off? Two federal lawsuits were filed against Google and Apple by Alabama residents who purchased app-based games they contend amount to illegal gambling under state law. “Google and its chief mobile software competitor, Apple, both allow customers to purchase games that are no more or no less than casino-style slot machines, casino style table games, and other common gambling games,” the suit alleges. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

After helping to register 4.4 million voters for the 2020 election, “We hit our goal,” wrote CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a Facebook post. Zuckerberg announced in a June USA Today op-ed that his company was embarking on “the largest voting information campaign in American history,” with a goal of 4 million registrants.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Telemundo Deportes sports commentator Andres Cantor has been named the recipient of the National Soccer Hall of Fame 2020 Colin Jose Media Award.Cantor is the first Spanish-Language broadcast personality to be so honored.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The SpringHill Company and CNN are producing a documentary that explores the history of Black Wall Street and the violent events of late May and June 1921 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. “Dreamland: The Rise and Fall of Black Wall Street” is directed and produced by Salima Koroma (“Bad Rap”), and executive produced by LeBron James, Maverick Carter, Jamal Henderson, and Philip Byron of The SpringHill Company, and Amy Entelis and Courtney Sexton of CNN Films. CNN Films will be the linear television distributor for the feature throughout North America; HBO Max has acquired streaming rights.
(Source: Cynopsis)

OWN has renewed Cherish the Day, the anthology drama series from Ava DuVernay, for a second season. Raynell Swilling and Teri Schaffer, co-executive producers for season one, will serve as EPs and co-showrunners for the sophomore run. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

Thomas Haden Church (Divorce) is set to star in and exec produce “The Texanist,” a comedy in development at Fox inspired by David Courtney’s Texas Monthly column. Rob Long (“Cheers”) is writing the project, a co-production of SideCar and Fox Entertainment.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Glass Entertainment Group announced an option deal for the social justice title, “Supreme Inequality: The Supreme Court’s 50-Year Battle for a More Unjust America” by best-selling journalist, lawyer and author Adam Cohen. Under the terms of the deal, GEG (“Pope: The Most Powerful Man in History”) will adapt a television docu-series based on the book. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

Netflix inked a deal with Orchid Pictures, the production company just launched by Suzanne Mackie (“The Crown”). “Starting my own company felt like an exciting next chapter in my career,” said Mackie, who was previously Creative Director at Left Bank. “The opportunity of further deepening my collaboration with Netflix presented an immensely exciting opportunity.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

HBO Sports, Imagine Documentaries and Fuqua Films are in production on The Day Sports Stood Still, a feature-length documentary that tells the story of the sports shutdown in March of 2020. Antoine Fuqua (“What’s My Name | Muhammad Ali”) will chronicle the stoppage, athletes’ role in the cultural reckoning on racial injustices that escalated during the pandemic and the complex return to competition. From producers Brian Grazer and Justin Wilkes, along with Fuqua, the film debuts next year and will be available on HBO and to stream on HBO Max.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Atomic Monster is producing a Netflix series loosely based on supernatural horror podcast “Archive 81,” starring Mamoudou Athie (“Jurassic World: Dominion”) and Dina Shihabi (“Altered Carbon”). Rebecca Sonnenshine will serve as showrunner.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Vendetta Productions landed a first-look TV development and production deal with A+E Studios. Vendetta’s Sheldon Turner and Jennifer Klein will work with studio head Barry Jossen and EVP Creative Affairs Tana Jamieson. “Sheldon and Jennifer are fantastic producers whose strong talent relations result in discovering unique voices and captivating stories,” said Jamieson. “With new series in production and a robust development slate, A+E Studios continues to grow and evolve.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Genius Brands International and ABG Entertainment announced a new animated comedy, action-adventure series for kids, “Shaq’s Garage,” starring Shaquille O’Neal. The series will be executive produced by O’Neal, Genius Brands, PRP, and ABG Entertainment. Through the partnership, O’Neal is also becoming a shareholder in Genius Brands.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The fourth and final run of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina premieres Thursday, December 31. Over Part 4’s eight episodes, the witches wage war, and Nick begins to slowly work his way back into Sabrina’s heart.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Empires of New York, set amid “the grit, greed, and glory” of 1980s New York, premieres Sunday, November 29 at 8p on CNBC. Among the tycoons covered are Ivan Boesky, Leona Helmsley, John Gotti and future president Donald Trump.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will include the franchise’s first Asian American housewife, in season 11. Crystal Kung Minkoff, an entrepreneur and wife of filmmaker Rob Minkoff, joins Kyle Richards, Erika Girardi, Lisa Rinna, Dorit Kemsley as well as Garcelle Beauvais, who became RHOBH’s first Black cast member last season.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Freeform digital series “The Clock Is Ticking” premieres today, October 27, on Freeform’s Instagram. The two-parter starring and exec produced by Yara Shahidi (“grown-ish”) is part of the net’s multiplatform voting initiative.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Crazy, Not Insanedirected and produced by Alex Gibney (“Agents of Chaos”) debuts Wednesday, November 18 at 9p on HBO. The documentary explores attempts to look beyond the grisly details of homicides into the hearts and minds of the killers themselves.
(Source: Cynopsis)

It’s bakers competing against makers when Cake Boss Buddy Valastro vies with non-cake artists on Food Network’s “Buddy vs. Christmas,” premiering Sunday, November 22 at 10p. The four-parter was filmed before Valastro impaled his hand in an accident at his home; his road to recovery is documented in a TLC special premiering Wednesday, December 23 at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

AspireTV and REVOLT are hosting virtual symposium, “Stop Killing Us! Challenging Police Practices In America,” on Wednesday, October 28 at 7p. Moderated by Tanika Ray, panelists include Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, David Banner, Rev. Stephen Green and Mayor Aja Brown. The full panel discussion will stream on both AspireTV and REVOLT websites, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter platforms.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Documentary “With Drawn Arms” premiered on Starz on Monday, November 2 at 9p. The film covers the legacy of Olympian Tommie Smith who, after winning the gold medal at the 1968 Summer Olympics, thrust his fist in the air during the playing of the national anthem in silent protest against racial inequality. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Campaigns That Made History premieres tonight, October 27 at 9p on History. The special focuses on the ten most surprising and shocking political contests.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Also airing tonight: “Not Done: Women Remaking America,” chronicling the eruption of women’s organizing since the 2016 election, through the eyes of activists and celebrities like Shonda Rhimes, Gloria Steinem, America Ferrara and more. The doc debuts at 8p on PBS.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Insight TV will broadcast two events from Red Bull Media House next month. On November 14 starting at 2p, the channel will premiere Red Bull Street Style Final 2020 freestyle soccer competition. The live broadcast of the Red Bull BC One World Final 2020 airs on November 28 starting at 11a. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Twitch CEO Emmet Shear got a letter from major music organizations accusing Amazon-owned Twitch of failing to secure proper synch and mechanical licenses for its new Soundtrack tool, and enabling streamers to use their members’ music without authorization, reports Variety. “Twitch appears to do nothing in response to the thousands of notices of music infringement that it has received nor does it currently even acknowledge that it received them, as it has done in the past,” says the letter. Responded Twitch, “Soundtrack is not only a fully-licensed way for streamers to play great music in their live streams but also an important discovery tool for independent artists and labels.” Twitch also said it “responds to each valid DMCA notification it receives.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

On a competitive night, CBS’s 60 Minutes on Sunday had its best ratings since its Stormy Daniels sit-down in March 2018, with 16.8 million viewers and a 2.4 rating among A18-49. The show, leading out of football and featuring interviews with Joe Biden and President Trump, was the most-watched non-sports show since the Oscars, according to early Nielsen numbers. In sports, NBC’s Sunday Night Football scored 12.0 million viewers and 3.6 among A18-49, while Fox’s World Series Game 5 drew 7.4 million viewers and 1.7 in the demo.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The second presidential debate delivered 63.0 million Live+SD viewersacross fifteen networks, down from 73.1 million for the first debate. Fox News had the biggest haul, 15.4 million, followed by ABC (11.2 million), and NBC (10.6 million). CNN posted 7.5 million viewers, MSNBC 6.9 million and CBS 5.7 million.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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SEE HARRY STYLES’ DREAMY EUROPEAN VACATION IN “GOLDEN” MUSIC VIDEO

October 26, 2020

SEE HARRY STYLES’ DREAMY EUROPEAN VACATION IN “GOLDEN” MUSIC VIDEO
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