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‘Wander’: ‘Breaking Bad’s Raymond Cruz & ‘Roswell’s Brendan Fehr Join April Mullen’s Conspiracy Thriller

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‘Wander’: ‘Breaking Bad’s Raymond Cruz & ‘Roswell’s Brendan Fehr Join April Mullen’s Conspiracy Thriller
Exclusive: Breaking Bad’s Raymond Cruz and Roswell’s Brendan Fehr have joined Heather Graham, Aaron Eckhart and Katheryn Winnick in the April Mullen-directed conspiracy thriller Wander.

Written by Tim Doiron, Wander follows Arthur Bretnik (Eckhart), a mentally unstable private investigator, who, after being hired to probe a suspicious death in the town of Wander, becomes convinced the case is linked to the same ‘conspiracy cover up’ that caused the death of his daughter. Graham is set to play Shelley Luscomb, an attorney and close friend of Arthur. Shelley has known Arthur long before his world unraveled and acts a voice of reason in his life.

Cruz, who played drug lord Tuco Salamanca in the AMC series and recently starred in Warner Bros’ The Curse of La Llorna, plays Sheriff Luis Santiago, a character whose hardness and decisiveness has recently made way for philosophical musings. Meanwhile Fehr, who played Michael Guerin in the WB series,
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“The Curse Continues” in the Official Trailer for Season 2 of Hulu’s Light As A Feather

The curse continues to haunt McKenna from within in the official trailer for the second season of Hulu's Light as a Feather, which launches on Hulu today with eight new episodes (with more new episodes on the way this October).

"Season 2 of Light As A Feather premieres with 8-episodes on Friday, July 26th only on Hulu. The curse continues with more episodes streaming Friday, October 4th.

Having inherited the curse brought on by the lethal game of “Light As A Feather,” McKenna finds herself plagued by the mysterious chrysalis on her back, a ticking clock compelling her to play a new round of the game…But McKenna refuses, unwilling to put anyone else in harm’s way. However, as the curse begins to destroy her from the inside out, she’s forced to turn to the only person who can possibly help her -- Violet.

Returning cast includes Liana Liberato as “McKenna,
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Will Joey King (‘The Act’) follow in big sis Hunter King’s Emmy footsteps? Hunter won twice for ‘Young and the Restless’

Will Joey King (‘The Act’) follow in big sis Hunter King’s Emmy footsteps? Hunter won twice for ‘Young and the Restless’
At just 19 years old, Joey King earned an Emmy nomination for Best Movie/Mini Actress for her role in the Hulu anthology series “The Act.” But she’s actually not the first member of her family to make the cut at the Emmys. Her older sister Hunter King has two trophies on her mantel for her work in daytime TV as Summer Newman on “The Young and the Restless.”

The King sibs are young adults now, but they have been acting since they were children. Hunter got her start in the 2000s with guest-starring roles in shows like “Roswell,” “Dexter” and “ER,” in addition to a big-screen appearance in Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence.” She got a big break in 2012 (when she was still a teenager) by joining the cast of “Y&r” as Summer Newman, the daughter of Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) and Nick (Joshua Morrow). That role has
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10 Roswell Characters Sorted Into Hogwarts Houses

Before Roswell, New Mexico premiered this year, a different version of the story existed 20 years earlier. In the late 90s, Roswell debuted on the WB, inspired by the Roswell High book series developed at the same time. 

The series followed a group of teenagers in the New Mexico town as they discovered that not everyone who lived there was completely human. Main characters Max, Isabel, Michael, and Tess were alien-human hybrids hidden on Earth to keep them safe from the enemies of their home planet. Humans Liz, Maria, Alex, and Kyle learned their secret and became their allies.

Secrets and hiding in plain sight might lead the audience to believe this group would have been a shoe-in for the Harry Potter Hogwarts house of Slytherin. While that might be true for some of them who are more sly and ambitious than others, the rest fit in elsewhere. The brave leaders would be sorted into Gryffindor.
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Batwoman, Supernatural And More Adorn Covers For TV Guide’s 2019 Comic-Con Issue

Whether or not you’re physically attending San Diego Comic-Con, there’s no denying the impact it has on the geek community as a whole. Each summer, the pop culture extravaganza plays host to announcements pertaining to movies, TV and comics, not to mention new trailers dropping.

Once again taking part in the festivities is that of TV Guide Magazine, who are releasing a commemorative Comic-Con issue for the tenth consecutive year. To be quite honest, I look forward to picking these up myself, as said tomes often contain a ton of new information in their own right.

This year, the four collectible covers will spotlight Batwoman, Supernatural, Riverdale and a “Powerhouse” collage featuring female characters from a variety or Warner Bros. productions. To whet your appetite, each can be viewed in the gallery found below.

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The 10 Best Episodes Of The Original Roswell Series, Ranked

With the CW rebooting some classic teen television properties recently, there’s a lot of love going round for the classics. The original Roswell series is very different from the new reimagining.

Originally developed while the book series was still being written, the 1999 Roswell series bears little resemblance to the books. The 2019 reboot plays a little closer to the novels, but aging the characters up about a decade. Just because the original series is vastly different from the source material doesn’t make it bad. In fact, it had some serious gems in its three seasons on television.

Roswell followed Max Evans, his sister Isabel, and their friend Michael as they struggled to keep a very big secret. They were actually alien-human hybrids whose ship crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. Max’s decision to save the life of classmate Liz Parker started them on the path of revealing the truth to those around them.
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‘Downton Abbey’ star Joanne Froggatt to headline Stan drama

Joanne Froggatt, Damon Herriman.

Joanne Froggatt and Damon Herriman head the cast of The Commons, an eight-hour drama commissioned by Stan.

Created by showrunner Shelley Birse (The Code) and produced by Diane Haddon for Playmaker Media, the character-driven thriller set in the near future starts shooting in Sydney next week.

Jeffrey Walker is the set-up director, working with Rowan Woods and Jen Leacey.

Scripted by Birse, Matt Ford, Michael Miller and Matt Cameron, the plot is said to play out at the intersection of climate change and the cutting edge of biotechnology, dealing with the “heroism inside us all when our backs are against the wall.”

Graham Yost is among the executive producers together with Playmaker’s David Taylor and David Maher, Stan’s chief content officer Nick Forward, Fred Golan and Birse.

Forward tells If: “It’s a hugely ambitious project that deals with some big themes. It’s
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Penny Dreadful: City of Angels Casts Dominic Sherwood, Five More

Shadowhunters may have come to a bittersweet conclusion, but another one of its actors had landed a new TV role.

Dominic Sherwood, who played Jace on the recently canceled Freeform drama, has joined the cast of Showtime's Penny Dreadful: City of Angels.

He is one of six new additions, joining the series alongside Adam Rodriguez, Michael Gladis, Lorenza Izzo, Thomas Kretschman, and Ethan Peck.

The new series is set in 1938 Los Angeles, and focuses on Det. Tiago Vega (Daniel Zovatto), who becomes embroiled in an epic story following a murder that shocks the city.

It quickly paves the way for Tiago and his family “grappling with powerful forces that threaten to tear them apart,” according to the official logline.

Related: Penny Dreadful Sequel Ordered to Series

Sherwood will play Kurt, the chauffer and bodyguard for Richard Goss (Kretschmann). There's more to Kurt than meets the eye: an unexpected depth and surprising background.
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The CW announces 2019 premiere dates for the Arrowverse shows, Riverdale, Supernatural, Nancy Drew and more

The CW has announced its upcoming prime time schedule for the 2019/20 season, which will see returning shows Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, Black Lightning, Riverdale, Supernatural, Legacies, Charmed, Dynasty and All American joined by new series Batwoman and Nancy Drew.

Sunday, Oct. 6

8 pm Batwoman (series premiere)

9 pm Supergirl (season premiere)

Monday, Oct. 7

8 pm All American (season premiere)

Tuesday, Oct. 8

8 pm The Flash (season premiere)

Wednesday, Oct. 9

8 pm Riverdale (season premiere)

9 pm Nancy Drew (series premiere)

Thursday, Oct. 10

8 pm Supernatural (season premiere)

9 pm Legacies (season premiere)

Friday, Oct. 11

8 pm Charmed (season premiere)

9 pm Dynasty (season premiere)

Monday, Oct. 14

8 pm All American (new episode)

Tuesday, Oct. 15

8 pm The Flash (new episode)

9 pm Arrow (season premiere)

Monday, Oct. 21

8 pm All American (new episode)

9 pm Black Lightning (season premiere)

The CW is also holding back a number of dramas for midseason in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The 100, In the Dark, Roswell, New Mexico and Katy Keene.
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The CW Announces Premiere Dates for Fall 2019 Schedule

The smallest network has revealed the premiere dates for the fall premiere dates for the 2019-20 television season. New CW shows launching this fall are Batwoman, Nancy Drew and Red Bull Peaking (previously announced as debuting September 13th). Returning series are All American, Arrow, Black Lightning, Charmed, Dynasty, The Flash, Legacies, Riverdale, Supergirl, and Supernatural.

Shows that are expected to air later in the 2019-20 season include The 100, Burden of Truth, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, In the Dark, Katy Keene, and Roswell, New Mexico.

You can see the complete Fall 2019 schedule here and keep up with all CW TV shows here.

The CW Announces Its 2019 Fall Premiere Dates

The CW's Newest Hero "Batwoman" Joins Forces with "Supergirl" for The CW's Powerful Sunday Line-Up on October 6

Critically Acclaimed Drama "All American" Returns
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Paul Wesley to Lead Tell Me A Story Season 2 on CBS All Access

This is terrific news!

Paul Wesley did some of his best work on Tell Me A Story Season 1 as one of the "three pigs" in an allegory of Three Little Pigs that intertwined with Little Red Riding Hood and Hansel and Gretel.

Wesley's Eddie Longo was a low-level thief who got messed up in a bad situation that left him vulnerable and in way over his head. As you can read in my reviews of the season, his performance was riveting.

Created by Kevin Williamson, Tell Me A Story takes the world’s most beloved fairy tales and reimagines them as a dark and twisted psychological thriller.

Exploring a whole new set of fairy tales and characters each season, season two of the series will feature the tales of three legendary princesses – Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella – like you’ve never seen them before.

On Tell Me
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Gh's Nathan Dean Parsons Stars in the New Movie "I Still Believe"

Since leaving General Hospital, Nathan Dean Parsons (ex-Ethan) has seen his career on the rise. Parsons has been a cast member in True Blood, The Originals and Roswell, New Mexico, and now has joined the cast of the upcoming Jeremy Camp biopic, I Still Believe. Fellow cast members include fellow Gh alum Nicolas Bechtel (ex-Spencer), Gary Sinise, singer and actress Shania Twain (A Dog’s Journey) and Kj Apa (Riverdale). Camp is a successful faith-based musician, who has over 32 number one hits on the Christian charts. The movie centers around Camp’s adult life, his musical career and marriage to fellow musician Melissa Henning. Bechtel has been tweeting his excitement over the role, and recently shared a photo of him and fellow cast-mate Apa in a van somewhere on location. View this post on Instagram bro
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‘Tell Me A Story’: Paul Wesley To Return To CBS All Access Series, Season 2 Princess Theme Revealed

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‘Tell Me A Story’: Paul Wesley To Return To CBS All Access Series, Season 2 Princess Theme Revealed
Paul Wesley, who co-starred in the first season of Tell Me a Story, will be back as a star in the upcoming second season of CBS All Access’ anthology series. Wesley will play a new character in the drama, from creator Kevin Williamson and Aaron Kapaln’s Kapital Entertainment.

Tell Me a Story, based on a Spanish format, takes the world’s most beloved fairy tales and reimagines them as a dark and twisted psychological thriller. We can reveal that Season 2 will feature the tales of three iconic princesses – Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella.

Wesley will play Tucker. A struggling novelist, Tucker spends his sleepless nights toiling away in a secluded cabin in the woods and his days trying to prove he’s good enough for his beautiful fiancée.
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Hero Nation Index: ‘Game Of Thrones’, Christopher Reeve, Jon Cryer, ‘Saw’ & Chris Rock

Hero Nation Index: ‘Game Of Thrones’, Christopher Reeve, Jon Cryer, ‘Saw’ & Chris Rock
Hero Nation is the new hub for Deadline’s sci-fi, horror, fantasy, superhero, and animation coverage. And the article you’re reading now is the Hero Nation Index, a weekly roundup of news, rumors, tidbits, and happenings in Comic-Con culture, which is dominating Hollywood’s attention in unprecedented fashion.

Does This Mean Summer Is Coming? After stumbles, and slip-ups and a long Westeros winter of fan discontent, the sprawling saga of Game of Thrones is officially over – although all the pitched debate about the merits of the HBO show’s final season may rage on for weeks. What’s the legacy beyond that? To my mind, it’s a colossal legacy but, really, the show’s “death” on Sunday night will be just like Jon Snow’s evisceration in Season 5 – more like a temporary lull than a permanent exit, especially considering the ongoing publishing venture as well as the brand’s ramping spinoffs.
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'Game of Thrones,' 'This Is Us' Soundtracks Top TV Songs List

The final season of HBO's mega-hit series Game of Thrones tops the TV song list for April with songs from Florence + the Machine and Ramin Djawadi off the show's season eight soundtrack. HBO also ranked with a song by Khruangbin from the second season of Bill Hader's Barry.

NBC's This Is Us and The Blacklist each placed with one song apiece, from artists Darlingside and Ethan Burns, respectively. CBS Seal Team featured music by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young on its second season, while The Resident (Fox) placed with a song from Jacob Banks.

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TV Long View: Why The CW's No-Cancellation Season Is Unprecedented

On Wednesday, The CW renewed first-year series All American, In the Dark and Roswell, New Mexico, along with veteran show The 100, for next season.

The four join 10 other series picked up in January, and the network announced back in May 2018 that veterans Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, iZombie and Jane the Virgin would end this season.

That means that aside from those three pre-planned endings, The CW is not canceling any of the shows that aired during the traditional September-to-May season (incidentally, its entire 2018 summer lineup is also returning). At least since Fox became the fourth broadcast network in the mid-1980s — and even a little ...
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'TV's Top 5' Podcast: CW Goes Renewal Crazy and the (Questionable) Future of 'Empire'

Welcome back to TV's Top 5, The Hollywood Reporter's TV podcast.

In every episode, the weekly podcast — hosted by The Hollywood Reporter's West Coast TV editor Lesley Goldberg (that's me!) and chief TV critic Daniel Fienberg — will feature five topics that are top of mind in the TV industry and go inside the latest headlines, as well as provide a critical guide of what to watch (or skip, as the case may be).

This week's five topics are:

1. The CW just made history. With renewals for All American and Roswell, the younger-skewing broadcaster ...
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Roswell Promotes Amber Midthunder to Series Regular for Season 2

Roswell Promotes Amber Midthunder to Series Regular for Season 2
Everything’s coming up Rosa! Amber Midthunder, who plays Liz’s older sister on Roswell, New Mexico, has been promoted to a series regular for the CW drama’s upcoming second season, TVLine has learned.

Though the late Rosa Ortecho was only seen in flashbacks for most of Roswell‘s first season, this week’s game-changing finale ended with hunky alien savior Max Evans using his otherworldly powers to revive her, potentially losing his own life in the process.

“Rosa thinks she just woke up from a bad hangover, and she’s about to be very confused,” showrunner Carina Adly MacKenzie tells TVLine.
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Roswell, New Mexico: Season One Viewer Votes

Is the first season of The CW's Roswell, New Mexico TV show out of this world or rather mundane? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Roswell, New Mexico is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of the season one episodes of Roswell, New Mexico here. *Status update below.

A CW sci-fi drama, Roswell, New Mexico stars Jeanine Mason, Nathan Parsons, Lily Cowles, Michael Vlamis, Michael Trevino, Tyler Blackburn, Heather Hemmens, Trevor St. John, and Karan Oberoi. Based on the Roswell High book series (which was also the basis for a 1999 TV series), this
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Roswell, New Mexico: Season One Ratings

The original Roswell ran on The WB and Upn between 1999 and 2002, and was something of a cult-classic for the former television networks. The source material, the Roswell High book series by Melinda Metz, has captured imaginations for a couple of decades, and now has inspired another series, the Roswell, New Mexico TV show. Is it too out-of-this-world to succeed in something as mundane as the Nielsen ratings? Will Roswell, New Mexico be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. *Status update below.

A CW supernatural, science-fiction drama, Roswell, New Mexico stars Jeanine Mason, Nathan Dean Parsons, Lily Cowles, Michael Vlamis, Michael Trevino, Tyler Blackburn, Heather Hemmens, Trevor St. John, and Karan Oberoi. This series centers on Liz Ortecho (Mason), who’s back in town after a decade away. After reconnecting with her old crush,
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