Live From Hollywood: The After Party - Netflix

Posted by Editor on Wed 26 June 2019

ABC announced today it will broadcast an Oscars® After Party, live, immediately following the 89th Oscars on SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26. "Live From Hollywood: The After Party" is a one-hour special hosted by "black-ish" star Anthony Anderson. The Emmy-nominated actor will be joined by "Good Morning America" Co-Anchor Lara Spencer, with special contributors Joe Zee, Yahoo Style's editor-in-chief, and ABC News' Chris Connelly. The star-studded special features red-carpet interviews with celebrities outside The Governor's Ball, one of Hollywood's most prestigious parties. It will also include backstage interviews with the night's big winners. Check local listings for air times.

Type: Variety

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 62 minutes

Premier: 2017-02-26

Live From Hollywood: The After Party - Degrassi Goes Hollywood - Netflix

Paradise City: Degrassi Goes Hollywood is a 2009 Canadian film adaptation of the popular, long-running teenage drama Degrassi: The Next Generation. The movie premiered in the United States on The N on 14 August 2009, and in Canada on CTV on 30 August 2009. It was directed by veteran Degrassi actor-director, Stefan Brogren. Degrassi Goes Hollywood is the first feature-length movie of the Next Generation cast, and the second feature-length film in the Degrassi franchise, the first being 1992's School's Out in which Brogren co-starred. Degrassi Goes Hollywood is the first in-continuity Degrassi production recorded and/or set principally outside of Canada. For syndication purposes, the film has been shown as a four-part episode titled “Paradise City”. An extended version of the film was released as a bonus on the show's season 8 DVD on 1 September 2009.

Live From Hollywood: The After Party - Music - Netflix

Degrassi Goes Hollywood: Music from the Original Movie is the title of the movie soundtrack released on CD on 4 August 2009, and digital download 25 August 2009. It features songs from little known Canadian artist as well as five original songs performed by cast members Cassie Steele and Jake Epstein. Some of the songs featured on it were previously used in the show, thus making this the eighth season soundtrack as well.

Live From Hollywood: The After Party - References - Netflix