—The hit series “Shameless” will return with its 11th and final season. The first episode is set to premiere on December 6th.
—“All American” season 3 premieres January 18th on The CW!
—“Cobra Kai” season 3 premieres January 1st on Netflix!
—Warner Bros. Pictures has made the decision to have all of their 2021 movies stream on HBO Max at the same time they play in theaters! After one month, the movies on HBO Max will stop streaming, and will only continue playing in theaters.
—“Wonder Woman 1984” will come to theaters on December 25th and on HBO Max.
—The Nickelodeon series “iCarly” will be getting a reboot with the original cast and will stream on Paramount Plus! The show originally ended in 2012. Miranda Cosgrove, (Carly)Nathan Kress, (Freddie) and Jerry Trainor (Spencer) will reprise their roles. As of right now, actress Jennette McCurdy(Sam) will not return for the reboot.
—Singer Billie Eilish officially cancelled her world tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. Eilish originally postponed the tour when the outbreak began. Billie stated on her Instagram story, “We’ve tried as many different scenarios as possible for the tour but none are possible… and when we’re ready and it’s safe we’ll let you know when everyone will be able to purchase tickets again for the next tour.”
—After the Grammy Nominations were announced, singer “The Weeknd” was shocked that he was not nominated and was very unhappy with the results. He stated on social media, “The Grammys remain corrupt. You owe me, my fans, and the industry transparency.” His fans agreed with him greatly.
—Bad Bunny’s new album made history by becoming Billboard’s first All-Spanish album to debut at No. 1.
—BTS also hit a milestone by having the first Korean-lanuguage No. 1 single!
—Youtuber and Pro-Boxer, Jake Paul, won his second fight against former NBA player Nate Robinson. This was Robinson’s pro boxing debut, and unfortunately he got knocked out in less than two minutes into the second round. How disappointing!
—The 2020-21 National Basketball Association (NBA) season will begin on December 22. This season will feature each team playing a 72-game schedule. The main question is: Will there be fans at games? “That decision will be made on a team-to-team basis in consultation with local and state health officials. No fans will be permitted in several NBA arenas at the start of the season. Some cities will allow a limited number of fans at games -- with all fans over the age of 2 required to wear face masks,” ESPN stated.
—Sarah Fuller, a goalkeeper for Vanderbilt’s women’s soccer team, became the first woman to play during a regular-season game in a college football Power 5 game! "All I want to do is be a good influence to the young girls out there because there were times I struggled in sports, but I'm so thankful that I stuck with it and it's given me so many opportunities and I've met so many amazing people through sports," Sarah said. "And I just want to say that literally you can do anything you set your mind to."