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BH90210 CAST HINTS OF MORE TO COME: The stars of BH90210 hit up social media to remind fans that while the show has been canceled by Fox, the reunion was a success …. And there might even be hope for a reboot of the reboot. Jennie Garth wrote: "You never know what's really going on behind the scenes! Stay tuned..."

PHOEBE WALLER-BRIDGE SET TO SPICE UP BOND: Phoebe Waller-Bridge is opening up about her writing role on the upcoming James Bond film. She tells the BBC that she didn't aim to reinvent him completely, but added "little spices" to the script, including "a couple of bits and pieces of my own, and hope that they survive the process." No Time To Die stars Daniel Craig, after he left active service but then gets drawn back in when an oldet pal asks for help. Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Ana De Armas, and Lashana Lynch also star.

APPLE TV+ RENEWS DICKINSON, SEE, FOR ALL MANKIND: Apple TV+ has formally renewed several shows already, including Hailee Steinfeld's Dickinson, the Jason Momoa drama See and Ron Moore's space series For All Mankind. They launched just days ago along with Apple's subscription service. The Morning Show was already renewed for its second season.

CAROL'S SECOND ACT EP DAVID HUNT INVESTIGATED FOR IMPROPER CONDUCT: Carol's Second Act executive producer David Hunt is being investigated after hugging a junior female writer in a way that made her uncomfortable, Deadline reports. She took her complaint to a female senior writer on the show, who kicked it up the chain, eventually landing it on CBS TV Studios' president David Stapf's desk. Hunt, who is married and has four children, was allegedly unaware of the issue until HR brought it to his attention. Deadline reports that he is known as a touchy-feely type, and his behavior may not be acceptable post #MeToo. Eventually, he was given sensitivity training and allowed to leave, and the writers opted to leave. "A claim of unprofessional behavior was made by a writer regarding one of the show's executive producers," CBS TV Studios said in a statement to Deadline. "The complaint was reported by a producer to the showrunners, who immediately alerted the production company and the Studio. The matter was promptly investigated by Human Resources and appropriate action was taken to address the complaint. The executive producer cooperated fully with the process. The writer was a valued member of the show's creative team who was encouraged to stay but left of their own accord."