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.
Tyler Hubbard, Tim McGraw call for unity on new duet
Hubbard and McGraw are asking people to walk a mile in someone else's shoes in a call for unity on their new duet Undivided." Hubbard wrote the song while isolating on his tour bus after testing positive for COVID-19 last year. He said the division in America in 2020 weighed heavily on his heart as he wrote the song. “I think that 2020 and the state of the country was heavy on my heart, just like it is heavy on everybody’s heart,” Hubbard said. Hubbard said the timing for the song is just right, even when there is so much noise to break through.
Tim McGraw, Tyler Hubbard on Capitol riot, divisive politics and their new song "Undivided"
Tim McGraw, Tyler Hubbard on Capitol riot, divisive politics and their new song "Undivided" Country music superstars Tim McGraw and Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard have teamed up for a new song, "Undivided." "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason speaks with them about the state of the country, their reaction to the attack on the Capitol and why their song's message of unity is needed now more than ever. They discuss expressing opinions on social media even when their fans may disagree on the issues. Hubbard also addresses rumors of a fight and break-up with his Florida Georgia Line bandmate Brian Kelley.cbsnews.com
Positive COVID-19 test sidelines FGL’s Tyler Hubbard at CMAs
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard is the second artist so far that will miss a scheduled performance at the CMA Awards on Wednesday due to COVID-19. Hubbard posted a note on his Instagram page on Monday saying he was asymptomatic and quarantining on his bus outside his home. It comes days after another artist, Lee Brice, also revealed he had tested positive and would also not perform on the show, which airs on ABC from Nashville, Tennessee. “We have been extremely diligent with our testing process in advance of anyone entering our footprint,” the statement said. “Every single person has been tested, and many will be tested repeatedly throughout the week.