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The 100's Clarke Finds Something Extremely Creepy on New Planet in Sneak Peek
Exclusive: Hopefully Clarke will not find her missing friends if this sneak peek is any indication of what's ahead on The 100Unfortunately today isn't one of those days. In a clip exclusive to E! News, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and her little band of travelers have landed on a very cold and very dark planet in their search for their missing friends, and they very quickly realize it's the wrong planet.
The United States and China reached a bit of détente in their impasse over airline travel between the two nations.
Washington and Beijing came to an agreement on Monday, allowing four weekly flights for carriers in both countries. It’s the first step to ending a standoff over when and how often airlines can fly between the two.
“As the Chinese government allows more flights by U.S. carriers, we will reciprocate,” the U.S..
It has been a contentious back-and-forth at a time when air travel is just now beginning to show signs of life after three months of little to no demand in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The White House had accused the Chinese of blocking American carriers from resuming flights to China; in turn, the U.S. more heavily scrutinized Chinese airlines and threatened.
'Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist' Renewed by NBC for Season 2
NBC renewed its musical comedy "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" for a second season. "We were overwhelmed by the number of people who fell in love with 'Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist' and how much joy it brought to everyone. We're thrilled to bring it back and can't wait to see how Zoey's journey continues," said Lisa Katz and Tracey Pakosta, Co-Presidents of Scripted Programming, NBC Entertainment. The first season averaged a 0.7 rating in adults 18-49 and 3.1 million viewers overall according to Nielsen's "live plus seven day" metric.
Both Delta and United were anxious to restart their lucrative routes to China and submitted applications to resume flights to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) after having suspended flights more than two months ago due to the coronavirus.
Following China’s agreement to allow four U.S. flights total, Reuters News Service reported that Delta said it would operate two flights to Shanghai from Seattle next week and once weekly flights from Seattle and Detroit beginning in July, all via Seoul.
United said it will resume service to China later this month or early July.
'TV's Top 5': How Do Cop Shows Move Forward? Plus 'Love, Simon' Creators on Their Hulu Spinoff .
During this week's podcast, executive editor, TV, Lacey Rose joins the show to discuss the latest hurdles writers are facing as production slowly inches closer to resuming.Every week, hosts Lesley Goldberg (West Coast TV editor) and Daniel Fienberg (chief TV critic) break down the week in TV news with context from the business and critical sides, welcome showrunners, executive and other guests and provide a critical guide of what to watch (or skip, as the case may be).