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53rd NAACP Image Awards: Cicely Tyson, Will Smith and Tabitha Brown Among First Round of Winners
NAACP Image Awards has officially been kicked off! As usual, this year's ceremony honoring people of color across television, music, literature and film is preceded by a week-long celebration, with five nights of virtual awards leading up to Saturday's live telecast.Hosted by returning emcee and seven-time NAACP Image Awards winner Anthony Anderson, the ceremony will include Issa Rae, Kerry Washington, LL Cool J, Morgan Freeman, Questlove, Tiffany Haddish, Zendaya and more presenting awards, while Samuel L. Jackson accepts the NAACP Chairman's Award and Nikole Hannah-Jones, the Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of the 1619 Project, receives the Social Justice Impact Award.The preceding non-televised nights will be hosted by actor and comedian Affion Crockett, with awards presented by Cory Hardrict, Demetrius Shipp Jr., Khleo Thomas, Lori Harvey, Wendy Raquel Robinson and more.
EastEnders to go head-to-head with Emmerdale in major BBC schedule shake-up
EastEnders is going to war against Emmerdale as the BBC plans to shake up its TV schedules next month.From March 7, EastEnders will air four times a week from Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm.There will be no Friday edition now - as instead it will go out on a Wednesday night.But the shift means Albert Square’s antics will go directly head-to-head for viewers on all those days against rival ITV soap Emmerdale.The BBC One soap currently averages around 3 million while its ITV rival has been averaging 4.5 million.BBC continuing drama chief Kate Oates said the soap - which has been running for 37 years - had "a loyal following".She added to The Mirror: "We’re delighted that, from 7th March, there will be new regular time slots for EastEnders on BBC1."This new simplified schedule means it’s even easier for viewers to get their fix, as well as being able to watch whenever and wherever they choose on iPlayer."The move comes after ITV recently revealed it would be broadcasting an hour long news show from 6.30pm until 7.30pm in March.This meant their two soaps Corrie and Emmerdale were on the move.Emmerdale will go out Monday to Friday at 7.30pm.And Corrie will air hour long episodes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8pm until 9pm.It comes as one TV insider swore the "gloves are now off" when it comes to the war of the soaps, explaining: "There used to be a gentleman’s agreement between the channels to avoid clashes but the gloves are off."Of ITV's latest schedule change, the channel's continuing drama boss John Whiston said: "The new format gives Coronation Street a brilliant new canvas on which to shine.