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Josh Hartnett Joins Southern Gothic Mystery Series at Spectrum/Paramount Network

Josh Hartnett is returning to the small screen. 

The Penny Dreadful alum has landed a lead role on Spectrum/Paramount Network's Paradise Lost

The new series will air on Spectrum before getting a linear run on Paramount Network.

Hartnett is attached as the male lead, with Bridget Regan (Jane the Virgin) cast as Frances, the female lead.

Barbara Hershey (Once Upon a Time), Nick Nolte, Gail Bean (Snowfall), Danielle Deadwyler (Gifted) and Shane McRae (Sneaky Pete) also join the cast of the 10-episode series. 

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The series is about a psychiatrist who moves with her family from California to her husband's hometown in Mississippi only to uncover shameful secrets that irrevocably change the lives of everyone involved. 

The story was created and written by Rodes Fishburne (Blood & Oil) who will co-showrun and Executive Produce.

Arika Lisanne Mittman (Dexter) also serves as writer and co-showrunner, and
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Josh Hartnett, Bridget Regan, Nick Nolte & Barbara Hershey Star In ‘Paradise Lost’ Series For Spectrum Originals & Paramount Network

  • Deadline
Spectrum Originals and Paramount Network have finalized a 10-episode series order and set the lead cast for Paradise Lost, a Southern Gothic mystery series from Paramount Television and Anonymous Content.

Josh Hartnett (Penny Dreadful) will play the male lead and Bridget Regan is set the female lead in the series, which will co-star Barbara Hershey (Once Upon a Time), Nick Nolte, Gail Bean (Snowfall), Danielle Deadwyler (Gifted) and Shane McRae (Sneaky Pete).

Created and written by Rodes Fishburne (Blood & Oil), Paradise Lost is about a psychiatrist (Regan) who moves with her family from California to her husband’s (Hartnett) hometown in Mississippi only to uncover shameful secrets that irrevocably change the lives of everyone involved.

Fishburne will executive produce and co-showrun. Arika Lisanne Mittman (Dexter) also serves as writer and executive producer/co-showrunner, The pilot
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31 Stars Who Need Only an Oscar to Egot, From Hugh Jackman to Lin-Manuel Miranda (Photos)

31 Stars Who Need Only an Oscar to Egot, From Hugh Jackman to Lin-Manuel Miranda (Photos)
The Egot — an acronym for Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony — is the greatest honor in entertainment. These stars are (or were) close to achieving it.

A select group of entertainers can round out their trophy cases with a competitive win from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.

Harry Belafonte (1927 – )

Emmy: Performance in a Variety or Musical Program or Series, “The Revlon Revue” (1960).

Grammys (2): Folk Performance, “Swing Dat Hammer” (1960); Folk Recording, “An Evening With Belafonte/Makeba” (1965).

Tony: Supporting Actor in a Musical, “John Murray Anderson’s Almanac” (1954).

Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)

Emmy: 7 individual wins, including for “Omnibus” (1957 and 1958); “Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic” (1961); “New York Philharmonic Young People’s Concerts” (1965); “Beethoven’s Birthday” (1972); and “Carnegie Hall: The Grand Reopening” (1987).

Grammy: 16 wins, most for best classical album.

Tony: Best Musical, “Wonderful Town” (1953).

Jerry Bock

Martin Charnin

Cy Coleman

Fred Ebb

Cynthia Erivo (1987 – )

Daytime Emmy: On-Camera Musical Performance in a Daytime Program,
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Tim Conway, ‘Carol Burnett Show’ and ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Star, Dies at 85

  • The Wrap
Tim Conway, ‘Carol Burnett Show’ and ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Star, Dies at 85
Tim Conway, the Emmy-winning comedian and actor who memorably starred in “McHale’s Navy” in the 1960s and “The Carol Burnett Show” in the ’70s, has died. He was 85.

Conway died around 8:45 a.m. Tuesday morning at a Los Angeles-area hospital after dealing with complications from Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus, according to family representative Howard Bragman.

The comedian, who also voiced Barnacle Boy on the animated hit “SpongeBob SquarePants,” won two of his six Emmys for guest appearances on the ’90s sitcom “Coach” and a second season episode of “30 Rock” in 2008.

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But he is best remembered for his outrageous work on “The Carol Burnett Show,” including characters such as the Oldest Man and Mr. Tudball, a badly toupéed businessman who becomes increasingly frustrated by Burnett’s dimwitted secretary Mrs. Wiggins.

Conway earned four Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe for his performance
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TV Review: ‘L.A.’s Finest’

  • Variety
“L.A.’s Finest” isn’t just a cop show. It’s a gambit — a bet placed by cable provider Spectrum that by providing not just access to HBO and Hgtv but original programming of its own, it’ll stand out. The series, a Jerry Bruckheimer production set within the universe of his “Bad Boys” film franchise, is the beginning of a stream of on-demand Spectrum Originals programming that will also include, eventually, a comeback for “Mad About You.”

The idea of providing some added value to subscribers through original programming is a reasonable enough one (why not get in a game with so many players already?). But this particular show seems ill-suited to its format: Meant to live on an on-demand platform, this drama seems oddly unlikely to have been specifically demanded by anyone at all. A tonally disastrous half-comedy, half-melodrama about policing that draws in cartel politics and family angst,
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Charter’s Katherine Pope On “Quietly Revolutionary” ‘L.A.’s Finest’, Spectrum Originals’ “Clean” Dealmaking & Plans For Curated Slate

  • Deadline
A year ago, Charter Communications’ new original content division headed by Katherine Pope made its first major programming move, picking up L.A.’s Finest as the maiden series for Charter’s platform Spectrum Originals. The Sony Pictures TV/Bruckheimer TV-produced drama starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba, an offshoot from the Bad Boys movie franchise, started as a pilot at NBC last season, with Charter stepping in after the pilot did not go to series at the broadcast network.

Since then, Pope and her team have commissioned several other series including a Mad About You follow-up limited series with original stars Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt; an Atlanta Olympics bombing-centered second installment of the true-crime series Manhunt, whose first season, Unabomber, aired on Discovery; and British racing drama co-production Curfew.

As L.A.’s Finest, from creators Brandon Margolis and Brandon Sonnier, is set to debut May 13, officially announcing
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The Nacelle Company Ups Kieran Dotti To Chief Operating Officer

The Nacelle Company has promoted Kieran Dotti to chief operating officer, the company announced today.

“Kieran is one of those people who was born ready to lead, and day by day, my job is to get out of her way. We’re lucky she’s here,” said Brian Volk-Weiss, CEO of The Nacelle Company.

Dotti got her start at MTV working on Two-a-Days. Since then, she has worked on various TV shows & feature films such as Tusk and the Oscar-nominated Nightcrawler. She began as a production supervisor for Comedy Dynamics, and has since moved up the ranks to her present position, COO for parent company, Nacelle. In her new position, she’ll oversee all non-production related operations for Nacelle including personnel, marketing, PR, distribution, programming and managing ongoing accelerated growth.

“I am thrilled to be able to start this next chapter with Nacelle. It is such a pleasure to be
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Cancelled or Renewed? Status of Cable & Streaming TV Shows (M-r)

Here's the status of TV shows like Mad About You, The Magicians, Major Crimes, Malibu Rescue, Manhunt: Unabomber, The Man in the High Castle, The Mandalorian, Maniac, Mann & Wife, Marcella, Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger, Marvel's Daredevil, Marvel's Deadpool, Marvel's Ghost Rider, Marvel's Helstrom, Marvel's Hit-Monkey, Marvel's Iron Fist, Marvel's Jessica Jones, Marvel's Luke Cage, Marvel's The Defenders, Marvel's Modok, Marvel’s New Warriors, Marvel's The Punisher, Marvel's Runaways, Marvel's Tigra & Dazzler Show, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Mary Kills People, Master of None, Mayans Mc, McMafia, Mech-X4, Medical Police, Medici: Masters of Florence, The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, Merry Happy Whatever, Messiah, Metropolis, Micronesian Blues, The Mindy Project, Miracle Workers, Motherland: Fort Salem, Mosaic, Mozart in the Jungle, Mr. Iglesias, Mr. Inbetween, Mr. Mercedes, Mr. Robot, Mrs. Fletcher, Murdoch Mysteries, The Name of the Rose, Narcos, Nashville, National Treasure, The Nevers, The New Legends of Monkey, The New Pope,
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Mel Brooks Coming To In Residence On Broadway

Live Nation, The Araca Group and Ebg (Entertainment Benefits Group) are pleased to announce that iconic Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and Tony Award winner Mel Brooks will take the stage on June 17 and 18 as part of the recently announced In Residence on Broadway series at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (205 West 46th Street).

Blazing Saddles. Young Frankenstein. The Producers. Mel Brooks has created some of the most iconic comedies in film history, and he is returning to the New York stage for an exclusive two-night engagement. The actor, writer, director, and producer stars in a hilarious unscripted show combining off-the-cuff comedy, unbelievable personal stories, and film clips from some of his most memorable work in Mel Brooks On Broadway. Mel Brooks On Broadway will be a very special evening of unforgettable tales and non-stop laughter.

Mel Brooks, director, producer, writer and actor, is in an elite group as one of the few entertainers
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‘Frasier’: Kelsey Grammer Seen Holding a Script, Prompts Reboot Speculation

‘Frasier’: Kelsey Grammer Seen Holding a Script, Prompts Reboot Speculation
Much like what is dead may never die, what aired for more than 10 seasons on broadcast television may never really finish airing. The latest example may very well be “Frasier,” the Kelsey Grammer-led “Cheers” spinoff that built a dedicated following all its own for the better part of a decade on NBC.

A Wednesday morning TMZ report showed Grammer walking around London carrying a script with what appears to be the iconic title logo emblazoned on the front. Grammer’s representatives did not respond to a request for comment, but the picture is the latest part of a trickle of speculation that has continued in the wake of other high-profile continuations of beloved sitcoms, including “Will and Grace,” “Roseanne,” and “Murphy Brown.”

At last summer’s Television Critics Association press tour, Grammer said that he’d be open to returning to the character, but only if the script was something worth coming back for.
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Bryan Cranston Goes ‘Full Walter White’ on ‘Last Week Tonight’ Opioid Segment

Bryan Cranston Goes ‘Full Walter White’ on ‘Last Week Tonight’ Opioid Segment
John Oliver recruited Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston to go “full Walter White” on Sunday’s Last Week Tonight — tapping into the drug lord’s stone-faced menace for the role of Richard Sackler, the former president and chairman of Oxycontin developer Purdue Pharma. Michael Keaton, Michael K. Williams (The Wire) and Richard Kind (Mad About You) also played the billionaire businessman during the segment, an update on the U.S. opioid epidemic that resulted in 47,000 deaths in 2017.

Before the all-star cameos, host John Oliver established some context, focusing on the
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‘Coming To The Stage’ Comedy Series Renewed, Jamie Kennedy To Host

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The up-and-coming young comics vehicle Coming To The Stage has been picked up for seasons 8-10 on Pluto TV, Comedy Dynamics said today.

The next episodes of the series will start production this spring, and Jamie Kennedy will host all three seasons.

Coming To The Stage has been a launch pad for young stand-up comedians to showcase their talents in front of a live studio audience at the Cisco Stage in Burbank, CA. The series premiered on Hulu for seasons 1-5 and then went to Pluto TV for seasons 6-7. It will hit it’s landmark 60th episode with the finale of season 10 and surpass Comedy Central’s iconic stand-up comedy series, Premium Blend, in total seasons. George Wallace, Tom Green, and Andy Kindler have hosted previous seasons.

Coming To The Stage has helped the careers of Rell Battle, James Davis (Wild N Out,
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Rachel Brosnahan aiming to be the 1st repeat comedy actress Emmy champ not named Julia Louis-Dreyfus since 2001

Rachel Brosnahan aiming to be the 1st repeat comedy actress Emmy champ not named Julia Louis-Dreyfus since 2001
Rachel Brosnahan (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”) has a tall order at the Emmys. The reigning Best Comedy Actress champ will have to defeat the thus far undefeated “Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus to retain her title. If Brosnahan does pull it off, she’d be the first non-jld repeat winner for the same show since 2001.

That year, Patricia Heaton (“Everybody Loves Raymond”) nabbed her second straight Emmy during the twice-delayed, post-9/11 ceremony. For 10 years after that, the category saw 10 different winners for 10 different shows — including Louis-Dreyfus for “The Old Adventures of New Christine” — before she started her six-year “Veep” reign in 2012.

1. Jennifer Aniston, “Friends” (2002)

2. Debra Messing, “Will & Grace” (2003)

3. Sarah Jessica Parker, “Sex and the City” (2004)

4. Felicity Huffman, “Desperate Housewives” (2005)

5. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, “The New Adventures of Old Christine” (2006)

6. America Ferrera, “Ugly Betty” (2007)

7. Tina Fey, “30 Rock” (2008)

8. Toni Collette, “United States of Tara” (2009)

9. Edie Falco, “Nurse Jackie” (2010)

10. Melissa McCarthy, “Mike & Molly
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‘Abby’s’ Star Natalie Morales: ‘TV Hasn’t Represented Many People for a Long Time’

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‘Abby’s’ Star Natalie Morales: ‘TV Hasn’t Represented Many People for a Long Time’
Natalie Morales is known for scene stealing work on television series such as “The Middleman,” “Parks and Recreation,” “The Grinder” and “Santa Clarita Diet” but now she is stepping into the spotlight as the lead and titular character on new NBC sitcom “Abby’s.”

What does being the lead of a show in today’s television landscape mean to you?

I have this great opportunity that people like me haven’t traditionally had — literally never. I’m the first Cuban female lead of a network sitcom. I don’t take that lightly. But as far as the No. 1 on the call sheet thing, the responsibility I see there is to the people I work with — the crew and the cast. Everybody says the fish rots from the head down, and it’s so true. I’ve been very, very lucky to work on really great shows with really great people
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‘Barry’ Season Two Review: Must the Show Always Go On?

‘Barry’ Season Two Review: Must the Show Always Go On?
There was a glorious moment in television about five years ago, when it seemed like the medium was on the verge of another evolutionary breakthrough. Shows like American Horror Story, True Detective and Fargo suggested the birth of a new form, the anthology miniseries. It would neatly split the advantages of television and film, really digging into the characters and the story without overstaying its welcome, and it would be more financially viable than the traditional miniseries, because it would return year after year, just with a new setting. This
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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Recap: Family Ties

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Recap: Family Ties
A review of this week’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine, “Gintars,” coming up just as soon as I’m too sad to drink duck broth…

Jake and Amy‘s marriage has put slightly more emphasis on them as them as professional partners this season. This makes sense, and it’s been fun to see the variations in their relationship over the many episodes where they’ve shared the A-story. But that focus on the newlyweds has come at the expense of Jake’s best friend and other primary work sidekick, Charles, who
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9 Plot Twists That Hurt Iconic 90s Sitcoms (And 11 That Saved Them)

The edgy young people of today despise laugh track sitcoms because it apparently insults their intelligences to be “told when they should laugh.” However, this writer here loves the multi-cam sitcom style and continues to favor those shows. Up until the late-2000s, sitcoms were primarily multi-cam outings until popular shows like The Office and 30 Rock brought a change with single camera sitcoms becoming a thing. Back in the ‘90s, however, laugh track sitcoms were still all the rage (do young people still talk like this?) and the popular shows were all in this format.

Friends, Seinfeld, Mad About You, and a whole lot more used this formula, which made even their storylines resemble one another. Due to this, you could have similar plot-lines in these shows and similar plot twists. In those sitcoms, the plot twists were generally part of tried-and-tested tropes, which would resurface in every show in one shape or form.
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Mad About You Reboot is Official and Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser Are In!

Mad About You was one of my very favorite shows when it was on, and especially in the years after, while it was still highly syndicated. I was a pretty young kid when I watched it, but I loved the dynamic between Paul (Paul Reiser) and Jamie (Helen Hunt), and was so in love with the fun couple who lived in New York with their dog, Murray, and watched movies and had a fun and humorous relationship. I have always loved Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt separately throughout their careers, and I felt like this show was just magic. With all that being said, I also have to say I Hated the series finale. It made me so mad and sad that I just ignored the ending in my brain.

Which is why I am so excited that Mad About You is being rebooted! Another series that I loved, but
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Spectrum Originals picks up Mad About You revival

Having been in the works for over a year, the planned Mad About You revival has now found a home, with Deadline reporting that Spectrum Originals has picked up the show as a limited series.

Both Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt are on board to reprise their roles as Paul and Jamie Buchman in the new series, which has Peter Tolan attached as showrunner and co-creator Danny Jacobson on board as executive consultant. Hunt is also set to take on directing duties for the first episode.

“We are so excited to finally be doing this and thrilled to have Peter Tolan as our fearless captain,” said Reiser and Hunt. “We promise you the same funny and heartwarming show – as soon as we can remember what’s funny about being older. It’s going to be great!”

“We are beyond thrilled to team up with Sony Pictures Television to give Mad
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‘Mad About You’ Revival Officially Happening With Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser Returning

‘Mad About You’ Revival Officially Happening With Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser Returning
Ready to go mad over Mad About You again? I hope so, because the Mad About You revival is officially happening. Spectrum Originals have picked up a limited series revival of the Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt sitcom. This will be good news for fans of the show, and also people who want to find out what the hell […]

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