This timely docuseries explores the current state of the world’s mental health and emotional well-being through storytelling. Co-created by @Oprah and Prince Harry, #TheMeYouCantSee is about people, our experiences, and why we feel the way that we do. https://t.co/tP72EW6k2A pic.twitter.com/pvmU6LnbtF
— Apple TV (@AppleTV) May 17, 2021
-Here’s the first trailer for Apple TV’s docuseries on mental health from Oprah and Prince Harry. Prepare to tear up.
–Trevor Noah and Minka Kelly have split, according to People.
–Nick Jonas, who is hosting the Billboard Awards this weekend, was rushed to the hospital on Saturday after being injured on a set. He’s now home and recovering.
-The New Yorker did a profile on Wendy Williams that’s totally worth your time, but for TLDR, here are the best bits.
–Henry Cavill is done with commenters going after his girlfriend on Instagram. “I am very happy in love, and in life. I’d be enormously grateful if you were happy with me. If you can’t bring yourself to be happy with me, then at the very least try to do yourself proud and be the best version of yourself.”
-Fun! John Boyega and Joe Cornish are reteaming for an Attack of the Block sequel. I’m hoping Jodie Whittaker is back too.
–Scarlett Johansson accepted the Generation Award at this weekend’s MTV Movie & TV Awards — and hubby Colin Jost “mistook” it for the Nickelodeon Kids and slimed her at the end of her speech. This is the most I’ve liked either of them.
-They also premiered a new Black Widow clip during the awards, which seems to be hyping Florence Pugh’s character more than Scarlett’s.
-This Is Us’ Justin Hartley and his former The Young and the Restless costar Sofia Pernas are married. He was previously married his Passions costar Lindsay Korman before he wed Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause.
–Angelina Jolie‘s new movie tanked this weekend.
–Ewan McGregor says getting sober helped him understand how to play late American fashion designer Roy Halston.
-While interviewing Dylan Farrow, Drew Barrymore said she regrets working with Woody Allen.
–Last night’s Mare of Easttown actually made me scream out load.
-Evil is moving from CBS to Paramount Plus. I’m guessing that’s going to happen with a bunch of network renewals this month. If Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist gets a season 3, it will likely be on Peacock.
-One of the women who’s accusing T.I. & Tiny of sexual assault says the couple forced her to have sex with Nelly.
–Henry Golding transforms into a ninja warrior in the first trailer for Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins.
–Joshua Jackson plays a dangerous sociopathic surgeon in the trailer for Peacock’s upcoming series, Dr. Death.