Plus, Arsenio Hall is hit with a lawsuit, Scandal gets new time for next season, Idris Elba signs new production deal.
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Beyonce took to her Instagram early this morning to show that regardless of the drama, she and sister Solange are still family. The star posted four pictures of good times with her sister, captioning the first photo with a simple, "Good Morning." The most recent photo was of the two embracing after performing together at Coachella. The posts come after Solange reportedly deleted all images, except one, of Beyonce, from her Instagram feed. [NYDailyNews]
Gladiators will have to get their wine glasses ready an hour early this fall as Scandal has moved to a new time. The political drama will be a part of a Thursday Shonda Rhimes' lineup that includes Grey's Anatomy at 8 p.m. EST, Scandal at 9 p.m. EST and How to get Away With Murder at 10 p.m. EST. Fans of Rhimes' hit shows can expect a lot more from her, the super producer just signed a new four-year deal with ABC studios. [Deadline]
Arsenio Hall is facing a $2 million dollar lawsuit filed by Paul Raff who claims that Hall, his executive producer John Ferriter and CBS Studios broke promises to give him a key job on the show. Raff, who wrote for Jimmy Kimmel Live! for five years, says that he and the parties in question met and verbally agreed that he would work on Hall's website which would lead to a position as the head writer on the show but no offer ever came. He is suing for "fraudlent inducement" and "negligent misrepresentation." [Deadline]
Idris Elba's Green Door Productions company has signed on to develop and produce shows for the UK and international markets. Elba who launched Green Door last year has recently collaborated with BBC on two documentaries and served as a host on UK specials including How Hip Hop Changed the World. [Deadline]
And just in case you're wondering what Wendy Williams thinks of the entire Solange-JayZ drama...