Queen Latifah Joins 'Empire' Creator's Musica Drama 'Star'
FOX’s Empire may not be the same ratings juggernaut as its first season, but that isn’t stopping FOX from re-teaming with creator Lee Daniels for another powerhouse music drama. To wit, Queen Latifah has joined the new female-centric music drama Star, additionally casting the three unknown leads, and adding writers.
'Empire' Spinoff Could Arrive as Early as Fall 2016
The smash success of Fox’s Empire, bolstered by equally impressive debut ratings for Season 2, would inevitably spur talk of a potential spinoff series. We’ve heard a few rumblings before, but talks between Fox and creator Lee Daniels may now be heating up, placing a new Empire on the throne as early as next year, with seeds planted this season.
'Empire' Season 2 Drops New Tracks From Pitbull and Ne-Yo
Anticipation for Empire Season 2 grows by the day, and FOX can throw as many trailers and photos as they want without tempering fan fervor. More than just the Lyon family drama however, Empire fans want to hear the next great music from the series, and FOX has happily obliged with two new tracks developed with the aid of Pitbull and Ne-Yo.
'Empire' Season 2 Drops Premiere Photos, Four New Trailers
True to form, FOX’s Empire has been living large on the road to its September Season 2 premiere, dropping trailer after trailer, and the occasional 20-minute preview. What better way to keep the Empire in power, than to add four more new trailers, as well as our first HD photos of the Season 2 opener?
10 Facts You Might Not Know About FOX's 'Empire'
FOX’s Empire proved an unexpected juggernaut across its first season, but did you know the Lee Daniels drama bucked every trend by its climbing ratings? Or that we almost had Wesley Snipes and Mo’Nique instead of Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson? These are just some of the trivial tracks flowing through the eleventh episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ which drip-drops knowledge of FOX’s Empire!
All Your Favorite Magazines Will Be TV Shows Now
Conde Nast signed a deal with 20th Century Fox, according to WWD. The recent deal will allow Conde Nast Entertainment to produce both scripted  shows for 20th Century Fox Television, as well as cable projects on Fox 21’s division. This means that there’s a strong possibility that juggernaut men’s magazines such as GQ and Details may eventually be able to develop a show centered on men’s fashion ..