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Watch: Julia Louis-Dreyfus says ‘Seinfeld’ fundraiser was formed ‘last minute’ on ‘Tonight Show’



Oct. 23 (UPI) — Julia Louis-Dreyfus appeared on The Tonight Show to discuss her Seinfeld fundraiser for the Texas Democratic Party that will also include Jason Alexander and Larry David.

The fundraiser event titled A Fundraiser About Something, can be viewed Friday at 8 p.m. EDT by donating any amount.

“I’m just constantly racking my brain about getting the message out about voting and raising funds for the Democrats and what’s an effective way to doing that. I thought, ‘Oh, well let’s get the Seinfeld group together, if I can.’ It was very last minute. I mean like hyper last minute,” Louis-Dreyfus told host Jimmy Fallon on Thursday.

Louis-Dreyfus, Alexander and David will provide discussion and behind-the-scenes commentary on their favorite episodes.

Seth Meyers, of Late Night, will serve as the host.

“I picked ‘The Soup Nazi,’ Jason Alexander picked ‘The Marine Biologist’ and Larry David picked ‘The Contest.’ So, anyway, that’ll be super fun and we’re going to have sort of Seinfeld memorabilia stuff that we’re gonna raffle away to people who sign up for this,” Louis-Dreyfus continued.

The actress also discussed the importance of encouraging others to vote and having a voting plan for the presidential election.

“Getting people to vote sometimes can be a heavy lift. I think sometimes because the voter-suppression effort is such a strong one that people feel disenfranchised and feel as if their vote doesn’t matter. But, of course, you and I both know that’s not the case. The more people vote, the better it is for our democracy,” she said.

Louis-Dreyfus said that asking people about their voting plan can help talk them into casting a ballot.

“You have a very good shot at getting them to vote. So, in addition to making your own plan, asking people in your life what their plan is, is very effective,” she continued.

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WWE Survivor Series: Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre go to war, The Undertaker says goodbye



Nov. 23 (UPI) — Universal Champion Roman Reigns collided with WWE Champion Drew McIntyre, Raw and SmackDown battled to determine the best brand and The Undertaker gave his final farewell at WWE Survivor Series.

Reigns faced McIntyre in a Champion vs. Champion match in the main event on Sunday. Reigns, who was accompanied to the ring by his special counsel Paul Heyman, competes on SmackDown while McIntyre competes on Raw.

The Big Dog and McIntyre traded multiple haymakers against each other in the hard-hitting match. Reigns started to punish McIntyre by smashing him through the announcer’s desk with two Samoan drops followed by a Spear through the ringside barricade.

McIntyre, however, was still able to kick out of Reigns’ pin and survived a second Spear inside the ring. McIntyre was able to nail Reigns with a Claymore but the Universal Champion also bumped into the referee, knocking him out.

Jey Uso, who has been forced to serve his cousin Reigns, then arrived onto the scene to Superkick McIntyre after Reigns delivered a blow below the waist. Reigns finished off McIntyre with a Superman Punch followed by his submission hold the Guillotine, which caused McIntyre to pass out, making Reigns the winner.

Reigns and Jey Uso shared a hug at the top of the entrance ramp as they celebrated the victory.

The Undertaker said goodbye to WWE on the 30th anniversary of his debut at the 1990 edition of Survivor Series.

Triple H, Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels, Shane McMahon, Big Show, JBL, Mick Foley, The Godfather, The Goodwins, Savio Vega, Rikishi, Kevin Nash and Booker T made appearances to show their respects towards The Undertaker. WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon also made a rare apperance to introduce The Phenom.

The Undertaker made a grand entrance to the ring and made a short speech before kneeling down before a hologram of the late Paul Bearer, The Undertaker’s former manager.

“My time has come to let The Undertaker rest in peace,” the seven-time world champion said.

The Raw Men’s and Women’s Survivor Series teams, despite being dysfunctional, were able to pull out victories against the SmackDown Men’s and Women’s Survivor Series teams.

AJ Styles, Sheamus, Keith Lee, Riddle and Braun Strowman of Team Raw dominated Seth Rollins, King Corbin, Otis, Kevin Owens and Uso of Team SmackDown, defeating them without any of their members being eliminated.

Rollins arrived to match looking despondent and after entering the bout, got down on his knees and allowed Sheamus to freely eliminate him with a Brogue Kick. The rest of Team SmackDown followed suit with Uso lasting the longest. Reigns was not happy with Team SmackDown or Uso’s performance, saying that losing made him look bad.

Women’s Tag Team Champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler, Lana, Lacey Evans and Peyton Royce of Raw took on Bayley, Bianca Belair, Natalya, Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan of SmackDown. Jax and Baszler continued to bully Lana, demanding that she not tag herself into the match and only stand on the nearby steel steps away from the team.

Royce at one point was able to Suplex Bayley into all of the participants outside the ring.

Belair was left all alone on Team SmackDown after her other teammates were eliminated. Baszler was disqualified after she wouldn’t let go of her submission hold on Belair, the Kirifuda Clutch.

Belair was left against Jax and Lana who still stayed on the steps. Belair fought Jax outside the ring and was able toss Jax over the barricade, however, the referee reached a ten count which disqualified both grapplers. This made Lana and Team Raw the winner, with Lana earning the the title of Sole Survivor.

Other moments from Survivor Series included Mr. Money in the Bank The Miz of Raw winning a dual-brand Battle Royal; SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits defeating Raw Tag Team Champions The New Day; United States Champion Bobby Lashley of Raw defeating Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn of SmackDown; and SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks defeating Raw Women’s Champion Asuka.

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Michael Chiklis’ ‘Coyote’ to debut on Jan. 7



Nov. 21 (UPI) — All six episodes of Michael Chiklis‘ new drama, Coyote, will be available to stream on CBS All Access on Jan.7.

The cast also features Juan Pablo Raba, Adriana Paz, Kristyan Ferrer, Octavio Pisano, Cynthia Kaye McWilliams and Julio Cedillo.

Coyote is the story of Ben Clemens, who after 32 years as a border patrol agent is forced to work for the very people he spent his career trying to keep out of America,” the streaming service said in a news release. “Now exposed to life on the other side of the wall, Ben will start to question his black and white views of the world, challenging his ideology and his loyalties.”

David Graziano — whose credits include American Gods and Southland — is the show-runner.

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Season 4 will be the last for ‘Black Lightning’ on CW



Nov. 21 (UPI) — The upcoming fourth season of Black Lightning will be the DC comic-book adaptation’s last on The CW.

“When we first started the Black Lighting journey, I knew that Jefferson Pierce and his family of powerful Black Women would be a unique addition to the super hero genre,” series developer and executive producer Salim Akil said in a statement Friday.

“The love that Blerds and all comic book fans around the globe have shown this series over the past three seasons proved what we imagined, Black People Want To See Themselves in all their complexities.”

The show stars Cress Williams, Christine Adams, China Anne McClain, Nafessa Williams, James Remar, Marvin Jones III, Jordan Calloway and Damon Gupton.

The final season is slated to air in 2021.

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