News of Note—Netflix, 'Star Trek,' MGM, Nicole Kidman and Amazon

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Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Netflix will report its second-quarter results on July 16. Release

> Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts, who originally took over the role at the helm of the drama from Bryan Fuller, are out as showrunners on CBS's "Star Trek: Discovery." Hollywood Reporter article

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> MGM Holdings has agreed to pay $260 million to former CEO Gary Barber, three months after the executive was fired unexpectedly, in exchange for his remaining equity stake. Variety article

> Nicole Kidman and her production company Blossom Films have signed a first-look deal with Amazon Studios. Variety article

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