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Rob Lowe to Star in, Direct Lifetime's Remake of Horror Classic The Bad Seed

Rob Lowe to Star in, Direct Lifetime's Remake of Horror Classic The Bad Seed
Rob Lowe is about to play the father of literally the most evil girl on the planet.

The Parks and Rec and West Wing alum is set to star in a remake of the classic horror film The Bad Seed for Lifetime, according to our sister site Deadline. (Lowe is also attached to direct the project, which isn’t confirmed yet, as Lifetime is still working to acquire the rights.) Lowe will play the dad of Emma, a demonic young girl who he learns is responsible for a terrible tragedy at her school. This version flips the gender of the original film,
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‘The Trade’: Morgan Spurlock Dropped As Executive Producer Of Showtime’s Sundance-Bound Docu Series

‘The Trade’: Morgan Spurlock Dropped As Executive Producer Of Showtime’s Sundance-Bound Docu Series
The fallout from Morgan Spurlock’s public confession of sexual misconduct earlier this week continues. The documentary maker has been dropped as an executive producer of Showtime’s upcoming five-episode docu-series The Trade, which will have a world premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, followed by a Feb. 2 debut on Showtime. The move follows Spurlock’s exit from his production company, Warrior Poets, in the wake of the controversy. The Trade spotlights the opioid…
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Watergate Series from George Clooney the Works at Netflix

Watergate Series from George Clooney the Works at Netflix
Netflix is eyeing the Watergate scandal as its next high-profile miniseries.

The drama is being developed by George Clooney and Bridge of Spies writer Matt Charman. Clooney’s Smokehouse Pictures will produce the eight-episode limited series, with the film star and his partner Grant Heslov serving as executive producers. The project also hails from Sonar Entertainment, which inked a first look deal with Smokehouse last year.

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‘Love’ to End With Season 3 on Netflix

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‘Love’ to End With Season 3 on Netflix
Love” will return to Netflix next spring for its third and final season, the streamer announced on Friday.

The Judd Apatow comedy starring Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust was renewed for a third season by Netflix back in February, ahead of the premiere of its second season. On Friday, Netflix dated Season 3 for March 9, 2018 and announced that it will be the show’s last outing.

“I am really excited about the third season of ‘Love.’ I think it is our sweetest, funniest season and ends our story in a beautiful way,” Apatow said in a statement.
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Apple Orders Ronald D. Moore Space Drama Series

Apple Orders Ronald D. Moore Space Drama Series
Exclusive: Ronald D. Moore is heading back to space. Apple has given a straight-to-series order to a space drama from the Battlestar Galactica developer. The untitled project hails from Sony Pictures Television and Moore's studio-based Tall Ship Productions. Created and written by Moore, along with Fargo co-executive producers Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi, the untitled series explores what would have happened if the global space race had never ended. Tall Ship Prods…
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ABC’s ‘Roseanne’ Reboot Sets Spring Premiere Date

ABC’s ‘Roseanne’ Reboot Sets Spring Premiere Date
ABC’s improbable full-cast revival of “Roseanne” is real, and now it has a premiere date. Fans of the show can find out just how the heck Dan Connors is still alive when the nine-episode 10th season debuts with a special hour-long episode on Tuesday, March 27 at 8 p.m. The full cast from the show’s original run is returning for the new go-round, including Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Michael Fishman, and both Beckys — Lecy Goranson, who originated the character and will play her in the revival, and Sarah Chalke, who will play a new character.
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Netflix’s ‘A Christmas Prince’ Is Just the Start of the Streaming Giant’s Quest for Christmas Dominance

Netflix’s ‘A Christmas Prince’ Is Just the Start of the Streaming Giant’s Quest for Christmas Dominance
If you haven’t watched Netflix’s “A Christmas Prince” yet, then you’re missing out. It’s not that the movie is really all that good. It’s Ok, but we’ll get back to that in a second. What matters is that this fairy tale rom-com has helped Netflix begin its mission: to steal Christmas from cable networks.

While networks like Lifetime, Freeform, Up, and Ion have been cranking out some holiday rom-coms and programming, Hallmark is the undisputed leader of Christmas fare. The channel began its new original Christmas movies back in October, ruled over the five-day Thanksgiving weekend, and is still making a splash with yuletide movies like “The Christmas Train” and “Switched for Christmas.”
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David Boreanaz, Primetime’s Most Valuable Player, Has Another Hit With ‘Seal Team’ — Ratings Watch

David Boreanaz, Primetime’s Most Valuable Player, Has Another Hit With ‘Seal Team’ — Ratings Watch
David Boreanaz is once again proving his primetime power. Fresh off a 12-season run on the Fox staple “Bones,” Boreanaz didn’t miss a beat: His new CBS drama, “Seal Team,” has already been given a full 22-episode first season order, and is shoo-in for a sophomore renewal.

Not many performers can brag about starring in back-to-back-to-back hits, which makes Boreanaz a TV heavy hitter on par with stars like Ted Danson and William Shatner — the rare actors who have enjoyed multiple hits on unrelated shows. Boreanaz, of course, top-lined the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” spinoff “Angel” for several years (and 110 episodes) before moving on to 246 episodes of “Bones.”

Seal Team” stars Boreanaz as Jason Hayes, the leader of the Tier One team, a group deployed on clandestine missions worldwide at a moment’s notice. The show has been consistently making the top 25 ratings among both adults 18-49 and total viewers.
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“Hello, Clarice” – Jodie Foster Visits Stephen Colbert For Special Probe Into Lecter Ties To Trump

“Hello, Clarice” – Jodie Foster Visits Stephen Colbert For Special Probe Into Lecter Ties To Trump
Stephen Colbert says hello to special agent Clarice Starling tonight, as Jodie Foster joins him for a segment reprising her Silence of the Lambs role as the FBI novice who bonds with Dr. Hannibal Lecter. Clarice has some questions regarding Robert Mueller's probe into Trump's ties to Russia directed toward Hannibal Lecter (Stephen Colbert). — The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) December 16, 2017 &nbsp…
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2017 in Review: 'Spicey' SNL, Kimmel's Crusade, Seth vs. Kellyanne, Motown Things and More Late-Night Highlights

2017 in Review: 'Spicey' SNL, Kimmel's Crusade, Seth vs. Kellyanne, Motown Things and More Late-Night Highlights
A Stranger Things Motown medley, a Riverdale parody and a Daily Show reunion represented just a few of our favorite moments from the year in late-night TV.

TVLine’s picks for the 20 best clips — from Full Frontal With Samantha Bee, The Late Late Show With James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel Live and others — also include Conan O’Brien’s awkward car ride with Tom Cruise and a Donald Trump impersonator that runs circles around SNL‘s Alec Baldwin.

In an effort to acknowledge late-night’s ability to make us laugh and think, the following selection encompasses both political and apolitical bits.
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The Top Uses of Shania Twain Songs in Movies or TV

Eileen Regina Edwards, best known by her stage name, Shania Twain, has sold well over a million records in her time and has become something of a gold standard in the world of country music. She’s earned enough awards to fill a small home and has the distinction of having a star on the Canadian Walk of Fame and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She’s also been inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame so honestly this woman’s legacy is set, stamped, and etched in stone at this point. She’s entertained millions and always puts on a show that

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General Hospital Spoilers: Oscar Learned Something Big

General Hospital fans know now that what Oscar learned is big news. We thought for a while that it might all mean that Drew was not his father, but boy were we wrong. He knows the truth now, and things have really turned out to be quite interesting. Drew not only has to process the fact that he is not a man who is named Jason, he lived an entirely different life in the past, and he has no idea what is going on in his own life these days, but now he has a son he never knew about?

General Hospital Spoilers: Oscar Learned Something Big
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Jeff Glor

In today’s fast-paced, social media-driven world, traditional evening news shows seem to be a vestige of a time now passed. When people can get breaking news as it happens through Facebook and Twitter, the value of primetime news is certainly less significant. However, major networks have made changes in order to keep their shows relevant and engaging. These changes include adopting new technology and featuring social media reactions as they happen. However, arguably the most important aspect of these shows is the anchor delivering the news. For this reason, CBS has recently moved decorated reporter Jeff Glor into the anchor

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Jeff Glor
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Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Will Jj’s Life Go Back to Normal?

Days of Our Lives fans know so much is going on right now, and we can’t figure out how it will all turn out. Jj’s life is being turned upside down, and even though things went the way that they did during his hearing, we aren’t sure he will ever come back from his situation. It’s not the kind of situation anyone can just bounce right back from when you’ve caused problems like this. It’s horrible, it’s unending, and we don’t know what will happen to him. He might be able to come back from this, but the things that

Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Will Jj’s Life Go Back to Normal?
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The Top Five Kirk Douglas Movie Roles of His Career

If you’re talking about impressive and diverse careers in acting then you can’t leave Kirk Douglas out. Having just celebrated his 101st birthday it seems like one of the best times to take note of an actor that’s had one of the most astounding careers of anyone still living and has jumped from one genre to the next without any seeming difficulty as he’s rocked nearly every movie he’s been in. Douglas has seen the ups and downs of the movie industry and has waded his way right through him doing what he does best, sticking to his craft and

The Top Five Kirk Douglas Movie Roles of His Career
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The Best Story involving Wham’s “Last Christmas” You’ll Ever Read

This has got to be one of the best stories you’ll ever read that has to do with Wham’s song Last Christmas. Remember about five years ago when people though the world was going to end? It had to do with the Mayan calendar and a whole slew of theories about the fact that the world was slated to end soon and that there was nothing to be done for it. If you recall this was enough to send a lot people into doomsday mode, which meant that they believed this would be their last Christmas. Well for the DJ

The Best Story involving Wham’s “Last Christmas” You’ll Ever Read
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The Top Five Biggest Movie Flops of 2017

There were some true flops in 2017 when it came to the movies. Either they weren’t good ideas to begin with or they were executed so poorly that there was just no easy way to fix them to make sure that audiences would think differently than the critics. Some movies suffered from horrible dialogue while others suffered from terrible acting that was way too over the top for comfort. Some movies just shouldn’t have been made in the first place since they were trying to build off of something that had already been tapped out. Whatever the case the summer

The Top Five Biggest Movie Flops of 2017
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The Top Five Funniest Jeff Goldblum Scenes in Movies

It’s hard to remember just what kind of actor Jeff Goldblum is when you watch his many different movies. But if you pay attention you can see that he’s extremely funny in a dry, sort of sarcastic way. He might not mean to be sometimes but it comes out regardless and you can’t help but laugh at his antics and what he says. His personality is such that you can tell he’s a smart man but all the same he kind of panders to the crowd a bit when he’s acting and just cuts loose with the comedy. It makes

The Top Five Funniest Jeff Goldblum Scenes in Movies
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The Five Worst Ryan Reynolds Movie Roles of His Career

Sometimes good actors take bad roles or are given bad roles and must see them through thanks to contracts and the fact that if they quit they become a little less desirable. Ryan Reynolds is the kind of actor that’s really already established himself but seems to take on roles that still manage to tarnish his name every now and again. It’s almost as if he’s trying to find a way to keep himself humble and not get too famous too quickly. Of course he’s already hit one out of the park with Van Wilder and with Deadpool, so it’s

The Five Worst Ryan Reynolds Movie Roles of His Career
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