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‘NCIS’ Fans Have a Lot of Questions After Maria Bello’s Debut
There is no shortage of action this season on “NCIS,” and apparently plenty of loose ends as well. Tuesday’s installment of the venerable CBS procedural featured the introduction of Maria Bello as Special Agent Jack Sloane, who joined Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and the team. The episode also featured a storm knocking out power in Washington, D.C., along with the investigation into a kidnapped sailor. Many fans took to Twitter during the episode to ask questions about the show, with a number of queries focused on the chemistry between Bishop (Emily Wickersham) and Navy Commander Thomas Buckner (Trevor Donovan »
- Ryan Gajewski
Salvation Renewed for Season 2 at CBS
The Salvation crew will be back next year to kick some more asteroid: CBS has renewed the summertime thriller for a 13-episode Season 2.
Season 1 ended last month with Pentagon press secretary Grace, Secretary of Defense Edwards (Ian Anthony Dale) and sci-fi author Jillian (Jacqueline Byers) among those sealed off from the world in the Salvation ark hangar for 30 days while the threat of nuclear war loomed, while tech titan Darius (Santiago Cabrera) and MIT whiz kid Liam (Charlie Rowe) stayed topside to revisit the »
Chelsea Handler's Netflix Show Canceled After 2 Seasons
The streaming giant has canceled its first talk show after a two-season run. Handler, who will make the announcement Wednesday on her her social media pages, is expected to focus on activism. Netflix will continue its relationship with Handler and will partner with the streamer on an original documentary that highlights her perspective on the current political landscape.
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) October 18, 2017
- Lesley Goldberg
Fox Orders Pilot From Jerrod Carmichael Starring ‘Insecure’ Actor Lil Rel Howery
Scully is showrunner.
The 20th Century Fox Television production for Fox broadcast will follow Rel as a “prideful, self-made success who lives by the code to »
- Tony Maglio
Jane Krakowski and Chris Diamantopoulos Join Fox’s ‘A Christmas Story Live!’
The “30 Rock” alum joins the live TV musical as Ralphie’s teacher, Miss Shields, while the “Silicon Valley” vet will play the kid’s dad. The two join previously announced cast members Maya Rudolph, Matthew Broderick and Andy Walken.
Rudolph is Ralphie’s mom, Broderick plays the narrator — adult Ralphie — and Walken will be the 9-year-old holding out hope for a Red Ryder BB gun. »
- Tony Maglio
DC Universe Series ‘Titans’ Finds Its Beast Boy
Ryan Potter has landed the role of Beast Boy in the upcoming DC series “Titans.” The new live-action drama focuses on a band of soon-to-be superheroes recruited from across the DC Universe. Among the characters involved are Dick Grayson, Starfire and Raven.
Potter, best known for voicing Hiro in “Big Hero 6,” plays Garfield “Gar” Logan. As a child, Gar underwent an experimental drug treatment and has become the fun-loving, green-hued Beast Boy, who can reshape himself into any animal of his choosing. »
- Ryan Gajewski
Fashion Police Announces Series Finale Episode With Never-Before-Seen Clips of Joan Rivers
It's been a good run, Joan Rangers. After more than two decades of laughs, Fashion Police will air its series finale Fashion Police: The Farewell on Monday, Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. Hosted by Melissa Rivers, current co-host and Ep of the show since the beginning, the series finale will include footage from a never-before-seen episode featuring the late Joan Rivers. In a sneak peek of the un-aired '80s-themed episode above, Joan jokes about E!'s first family the Kardashians while analyzing Joan Collins' 1985 fashion. "For those of you out there who don't even know what Dynasty was, each week insanely wealthy people got married and divorced and slept around. They had no shame," Joan says. »
‘White Dave’ Comedy From David Talbert, LeBron James & Gabrielle Union Set At ABC
ABC has put in development White Dave, a single-camera comedy from filmmaker David E. Talbert (First Sunday, Almost Christmas), LeBron James and Maverick Carter of SpringHill Entertainment (Starz’s Survivor’s Remorse, NBC’s The Wall) and actress Gabrielle Union (BET’s Being Mary Jane). Written by Talpert based on his real-life experiences, White Dave is about a young African-American teenager, who has grown up in an all-white suburb, suddenly moves to an all-black… »
The Voice: Alicia Keys Returning for Season 14
Alicia Keys is ready for another round of (swiveling) musical chairs.
Keys first made her Voice debut during Season 11, then coached contestant Chris Blue to victory during Season 12.
‘House of Cards’ Maryland Set on Lockdown Due to Active Shooter
The area surrounding the “House of Cards” set in Maryland was on lockdown Wednesday morning due to a mass shooting at a nearby office park. Five people were shot and three have died, per local police, and the suspect is still on the loose, according to USA Today. The two wounded are in critical condition. Producer Dana Brunetti told TheWrap that Robin Wright is on set filming the Netflix series today, though Kevin Spacey is off. Also Read: Russian Trolls Studied 'House of Cards' to Spread Fake News During 2016 Campaign Brunetti added that his costume designer told him she cannot get to. »
- Tony Maglio
Freeform to Add 4th Night of Original Shows in 2018
Former ABC Family channel Freeform is adding a fourth night of original series in 2018, the Disney owned cable network announced on Wednesday. Additionally, the channel has set the premiere dates for “Black-ish” spinoff “Grown-ish” (January 3) and The Lonely Island’s “Alone Together” (January 10). In addition to those new Wednesday comedies, here’s how the weekly calendar will look next year, all in Freeform’s own words: Monday nights will consist of unscripted originals kicking off with the series premiere of “Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings” in the spring. Tuesday nights will be dedicated to original dramas beginning Q1 with “The Fosters, »
- Tony Maglio
Ratings: ‘This Is Us’ Stays Dominant With Tuesday Night’s Big Twist
“This Is Us” just keeps hitting its fans right in the heart, which is a good thing for TV ratings. It may be bad for the health of loyal viewers, however.
The hit NBC drama was Tuesday’s top show in the key 18-49 demographic again, maintaining 100 percent of last week’s Nielsen number. “NCIS” was primetime’s most-watched series once more, handing CBS another total-viewer victory.
Read more about the bombshell “This Is Us” dropped last night here — you know, if you don’t mind spoilers. »
- Tony Maglio
Nickelodeon Suspends ‘Loud House’ Creator After Numerous Sexual Harassment Claims — Report
Chris Savino, the creator of Nickelodeon’s hit animated series “The Loud House,” has reportedly been suspended by the network after numerous sexual harassment allegations made against him. Cartoon Brew first reported the creator’s leave of absence.
The website has learned that as many as 12 women have accused Savino of harassment, which includes the creator reportedly making unwanted sexual advances on employees. He would also reportedly threaten co-workers with industry blacklisting after their consensual relationship ended. The harassment claims go back at least a decade.
IndieWire reached out to Nickelodeon for comment. A network spokesperson said: “Viacom is committed to the safety and well-being of our employees, and to fostering a workplace free from harassment. As a matter of policy, we do not comment on specific employee matters, but we take »
- Zack Sharf
Remember The Time Ali G Interviewed Donald Trump?
Hundreds of millions of years ago? Does Trump really know how long the world has been around? Does he even understand that millions of years ago people didn’t even exist? I’m having trouble figuring out just who was the bigger idiot in this clip even though Cohen is actually quite intelligent despite his character. Anything involving Trump at this point just does not make him look that great. Part of me actually does wish it was possible to say that he’s being painted in a negative light that makes him look a lot worse than he is. But that wouldn’t
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Moneybagg Yo
Like everything else in the world music travels through an evolutionary process in which the creative forms of expression change while the art form itself is preserved. Hip Hop music has not been able to escape this force of change, must to the dismay of some of the older heads in the game. While there are some artists out there who lack the drive and passion to put out quality music, Moneybagg Yo has made sure to separate himself from the pack. The Memphis rapper seems to be following in the footsteps of another Memphis rapper with skin in the
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- Rick Wallace
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Anthony Rapp
Anthony Rapp is an actor and singer who was born in Chicago, Illinois, on October 26, 1971. He began his career in acting in 1981 when he appeared in the Broadway production of the musical ‘The Little Prince and the Aviator’. He then went on to play the character Mark Cohen in ‘Rent’, the role for which he is probably the most famous. In 1987, he appeared in his first movie ‘Adventures in Babysitting’ playing the role of Daryl Coopersmith’. His first television role was as Wes Hansen in the television movie ‘Sky High’. He has since gone on to
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- Nat Berman
Speechless Season 2 Episode 4 Review: “T-r–Training D-a–Day”
On this Week’s Episode of Speechless Jimmy has “The Talk” with both Ray and Jj. Maya and Kenneth train the Staff at Lafayette to become Aides. Dylan and the school bully team up to torture Ray. The episode opens with Jimmy trying to have “The Talk” with Ray. He avoids it by distracting himself with other things. Eventually, he has “The Talk” with Ray and they end up in Mexico. (I found this scene hilarious.) Maya tells Jimmy since he had “The Talk” with Ray it is only fair that he has “The Talk” with Jj too. So Jimmy decides
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- Destiny Stephens
Five Things You Didn’t Know about Asifa Mirza
Some people tend to think that reality TV is ruining the TV experience. Granted, it does seem to make multimillionaires out of people that might have been just fine on their own or wouldn’t have gotten out of their day to day jobs if not for being deemed something exciting and new for the camera. But to be fair it’s also attempting to find new stars for the camera as the older generation is starting to fade ever so slightly. After all we need up and coming stars that can look good for the public and actually act, and as
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Riverdale Season 2 Episode 2 Review: “Chapter Fifteen: Nighthawks”
Riverdale Season 2 is really upping the ante when it comes to the show’s wonderfully ridiculous brand of drama, isn’t it? And while tonight’s episode, entitled “Nighthawks,” does end with the town’s hooded serial killer claiming two more victims, this development feels like an afterthought when compared to the more engrossing and intimate character-driven conflicts that have emerged throughout the second season’s first two episodes. The stories of Jughead and Veronica and their fathers receive a lot of attention this week and rightfully so, as they produce some of the finest moments of writing and acting we’ve seen yet on Riverdale and
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- Chris King
‘Channel Zero: No-End House’ Is a Bingeworthy Horror Mindtrip That’s Helping Shape TV’s Brand New Rules
Wednesday night’s installment of “Channel Zero: No-End House” was an episode-length dose of that universal feeling that comes with watching a piece of finely tuned horror: the tiny voice inside (or outside) that screams, “No! Don’t do it!” As with all on-screen tales of terror, the Syfy anthology series has mined plenty of moments like this in its second season, themed around the all-encompassing psychological consequences of an insidious haunted house. But while “The Damage” was a relative breather in the scope of what’s come before it, “No-End House” as a whole remains an ambitious series that’s building on the innovations of TV’s latest narrative wave.
As two friends who get sucked into the horror of No-End House, a literal end-of-the-road attraction with escalating horrors in each of its six rooms, Margot (Amy Forsyth) and Jules (Aisha Dee) have been fighting memories of their »
- Steve Greene
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