Photo: Rodin Eckenroth/WireImage Another woman has joined the victims accusing rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny Harris of sexual assault, abuse, and drugging. Lawyer Tyrone A. Blackburn told Vulture he is now representing “a survivor who was drugged and trafficked by [T.I. and Tiny] in Nevada, California, and Florida over three days.” Blackburn previously sent letters to offices in California and Georgia calling for criminal investigations into T.I. (born Clifford Harris) and Tiny (born Tameka Cottle) on behalf of 11 initial victims. Since sending those letters, Blackburn has now spoken to six new victims, he said in an interview with the Daily Beast published March 9; only one of those victims, the new trafficking accuser, retained Blackburn, his representative confirmed to Vulture. “All she wants is justice, and we intend to fight until she gets it,” Blackburn added in an email. A lawyer for T.I. and Tiny told Vulture his clients “continue to deny in the strongest possible … [Read more...] about New Victim Claims She Was ‘Drugged and Trafficked’ by T.I. and Tiny, Lawyer Says
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Photo: Apple TV+ So, this is interesting. This morning, Apple TV+, the tech giant’s media streaming service, announced an original content production called The Line that’s actually a combination of two different projects spanning two different formats. The first project is a six-part narrative nonfiction podcast series hosted by Dan Taberski ( Missing Richard Simmons , Running From COPS ) that debuts today on Apple Podcasts and via RSS feed, which means it’s accessible by every other podcast platform that’s plugged into the open ecosystem. Meanwhile, the second project is a four-part limited documentary series directed by Jeffrey Zimbalist ( The Two Escobars ) that will be released exclusively on the Apple TV+ platform later in the fall. Both come from Jigsaw Productions, the prolific documentary production company led by Alex Gibney. The press release describes the two projects as being independently reported productions that both attend to the same subject: the … [Read more...] about Is Apple Finally Getting Into Original Podcasts?
L.A. Law . Photo-Illustration: by Vulture; Photo by 20th Century Fox Television Life during the age of Peak TV means never wanting for something new or splashy to watch — and forever fretting about all those buzzy shows you just haven’t gotten around to yet. (Yes, you should feel guilty if you haven’t watched Ted Lasso by now.) But the streaming era has also been a golden age for another kind of video consumption: interesting, entertaining, and often decades-old programming that you don’t need to watch but that can nonetheless be a healthy part of a balanced TV diet. While it’s great that there’s so much variety, finding such content continues to be much harder than keeping up with the splashy new originals that get released every few days now. After all, streamers who spend $10 million or more on a single episode of TV or plop down hundreds of millions for the complete runs of megahit classics such as Friends or The Office aren’t going to waste limited resources … [Read more...] about Smaller Things: 7 Hidden Streaming Gems