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Kayla Cromer, Maria Bamford support ‘Everything’ changes

Kayla Cromer, Maria Bamford support ‘Everything’ changes

Entertainment
April 8 (UPI) -- Season 2 of Freeform's dramedy Everything's Gonna Be Okay complicates the relationships of autistic teenager Matilda (Kayla Cromer). The new season also introduces new characters coping with challenging relationships. "All I can really say is Matilda is rethinking her life and using Google for help," Cromer told UPI in a Zoom interview. Advertisement In Season 1, Matilda began to date Drea (Lillian Carrier) while both still were in high school. Now, the 23-year-old Cromer said their relationship will change. Season 2 will introduce Drea's parents, Suze (Maria Bamford) and Toby (Richard Kind). Bamford said Suze is the first mother she's played in her career. "To be able to act maternal, that's in my wheelhouse," the 50-year-old told UPI in a phone interview. "I'm pretty su...
Line Of Duty returns: We didn’t float up the Lagan in a bubble – here’s everything you need to know

Line Of Duty returns: We didn’t float up the Lagan in a bubble – here’s everything you need to know

Entertainment
For the DIR, for the next few weeks we're only interested in one thing here and one thing only - and that's catching bent coppers.Line Of Duty fans, almost two years since we last visited AC-12, the wait is finally over. Not since Game Of Thrones' controversial swansong has there been such feverish anticipation around a TV series' return. Thanks to its tense and twisty scripts, stellar performances from core stars Adrian Dunbar, Vicky McClure and Martin Compston, and a roster of brilliant guest actors - plus Superintendent Ted Hastings' knack for an incredibly quotable catchphrase, fella - it has become one of the biggest shows on British TV. Image: 'Can we go through those acronyms one more time?' Kelly Macdonald joins the cast as DCI Joanne Da...
‘Assad has ruined everything’: Inside the buffer zone keeping a tenuous hold on stability in northern Syria

‘Assad has ruined everything’: Inside the buffer zone keeping a tenuous hold on stability in northern Syria

World
If there are symbols of just how indebted the Syrian opposition forces are to Turkey, then the new army base in Aleppo Province for its elite Al Hamza division is evidence of this.The Turkish red crescent flag is given as much prominence as the Syrian opposition one. In the grand greeting rooms where commanders and visiting dignitaries will meet to discuss tactics, it is the Turkish flag which is placed side-by-side with that of the opposition's.Sky News was given an exclusive tour of the base which is due to open in less than three weeks.We're shown conference rooms where "training on prisoners of war" will be given as well as lectures on military manoeuvres. ...
Frank Lampard’s thunderbolt, Didier Drogba’s screamer and Jose Mourinho’s antics: Everton vs Chelsea in 2006 had absolutely everything

Frank Lampard’s thunderbolt, Didier Drogba’s screamer and Jose Mourinho’s antics: Everton vs Chelsea in 2006 had absolutely everything

Sports
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when someone says Christmas? Football, obviously.More specifically, Chelsea travelling to Goodison Park. Okay, maybe that’s just me. Getty Images - Getty Jose Mourinho gets held back from David Moyes when Chelsea beat Everton in December 2006 But the five-goal thriller at Everton in December 2006 will go down as one of the greatest Christmas crackers of all time. Michael Ballack, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba scored three of the best goals you’re likely to see in one match as an early present came for Blues fans. And with Yuletide just around the corner, Chelsea visit Goodison Park this Saturday LIVE on talkSPORT. To get you in the mood, here’s how that thrilling clash unfolded in 2006. LIVE on talkSPORT ...
‘Everything is gone’: Homes lifted up by deadly Hurricane Dorian

‘Everything is gone’: Homes lifted up by deadly Hurricane Dorian

World
An international aid effort is under way in the Bahamas to help 70,000 people who need immediate humanitarian assistance after the island nation was hit by the most devastating hurricane in its history.Dorian, a category five storm which is the most powerful, has killed at least 20 people in the country but authorities expect that number to rise. As many as 13,000 homes may have been destroyed or severely damaged after the nation was pounded by winds up to 185mph and gusts up to 220mph for days earlier this week. ...