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Some major upcoming mid-season TV series have locked in premiere dates over the past day or two.
The most high-profile is the "Breaking Bad" spin-off "Better Call Saul" which AMC has revealed will score a high-profile two-night debut. The premiere episode will air on Sunday February 8th at 10pm, immediately following the midseason return of "The Walking Dead" at 9pm.
The second episode will then air the next night, Monday February 9th at 10pm, with the next eight episodes of the first season to air weekly in that Monday 10pm timeslot.
Amazon has announced that they intend to debut all ten episodes of their new dramedy "Mozart in the Jungle" on their Prime Instant Video service on December 23rd. Gael Garcia Bernal, Malcolm McDowell, Saffron Burrows and Bernadette Peters star in the series which is set against New York's classical music scene.
Fox has announced a bunch of TV dates »
- Garth Franklin
That’s my hashtag, and I’m sticking with it — after a Winter Finale (aka Murder Night reveal) featuring scalding hot sex, gooey-sticky blood, spontaneous vomiting, body rolling (not the kind you see on Dancing With the Stars), one of the nastiest marital fights in network TV history and so much brains-reduced-to-smashed-taters more.
Did I mention the following bit of dialogue from Lurky McChurchmouse to Asher? “I’m a grown-ass woman. I might be drunk, but I know what I want when I want it. So get over here.”
But, yes, I’m burying the big news: After getting »
This Thursday on Scandal‘s Season 4 fall finale, Cyrus made headlines, Fitz made an unpopular decision and Jake made too long a trip to fetch a blanket.
With a massive target on his back, Rowan initiated a “shutdown” protocol for B613, landing Jake, Quinn et al on a kill list. Meanwhile, the search for Papa Pope turns up Mama Pope, who’s been kept in that hole at the super-secret compound. “Tell ‘em, Livvie. Handle them,” Maya says to her daughter, expecting to be freed from custody. But no dice. All Liv wants to do is get her dad — or more specifically, »
Hope your healthcare provider covers primetime drama-related heartache, because it certainly seems a likely side effect of having watched this week’s winter finale of Grey’s Anatomy. Not only did Derek and Meredith have a blowout that made their recent arguments seem like mere tiffs by comparison, but Stephanie — as if it wasn’t awkward enough for her to be performing an ultrasound on the woman for whom her boyfriend dumped her! — discovered that April and Jackson’s unborn baby wasn’t long for this world. And those were just the tragic highlights. Read on, and we’ll do »
The perpetually twirling cheerleader did it.
Ok, not really. But How to Get Away With Murder‘s Tom Verica says that’s the craziest of all the crazy theories he’s heard about who killed his character, Sam Keating, on ABC’s twisted freshman drama.
Verica, who was as befuddled as the show’s fandom until he got the script for tonight’s winter finale (10/9c on ABC), says that at one point, he joked to the show’s writers that perhaps Sam should trip and fall onto the fatal Scales of Justice statue that’s smeared with his blood. »
Is Ryan Phillippe guilty of… murder?
In the first promo for ABC’s midseason thriller Secrets and Lies, Phillippe’s character, Good Samaritan Ben Crawford, discovers the dead body of a local kid — and instantly becomes the prime suspect.
While the clip strongly suggests that Ben is innocent of Tom’s death, the lead detective — played by Juliette Lewis — clearly is not buying the story he’s selling.
The 10-episode drama premieres Sunday, March 1. Press Play below and then hit the comments with an answer to this question: You hungry for another whodunit?
Related storiesHow to Get Away With Murder: Who Killed Sam? »
ABC has announced the premiere dates for new series Secrets and Lies (Sunday, March 1st) and American Crime (Thursday, March 5th).
In addition, they've revealed that the season finale of How to Get Away with Murder will air on Thursday, February 26th. There are just 15 episodes.
Here's the press release:
ABC Announces Premiere Dates For "American Crime" And "Secrets And Lies"
Explosive two hour season finale of "How to Get Away with Murder" airs February 26
ABC announced premiere dates today for Oscar winner John Ridley's groundbreaking new drama "American Crime," and gripping murder mystery "Secrets and Lies," starring Ryan Phillippe and Juliette Lewis.
In addition, the season finale of the hit ABC drama "How to Get Away with Murder" will air on Thursday, February 26 (9:00-11:00 Pm). »
Hugh Laurie to appear on “Veep” Details of the former “House” star’s role are being kept under wraps, but his appearance will mark his return to scripted TV since “House” wrapped. Idris Elba to reprise “Luther” role for a 2-episode 4th season BBC America will air the new “Luther” episodes in 2015. “American Idol” returns on Jan. 7, followed by the premiere of “Empire” “Idol’s” first week back will include a one-hour episode and a two-hour episode. Click Read Full Post For More “How to Get Away with Murder” gets a season finale date, “American Crime” and “Secrets and “Lies” get premiere dates ABC’s “Murder” will end its freshman season on Feb. 26, while "American Crime” starring Felicity Huffman and Timothy Hutton debuts March 5. Meanwhile, "Secrets and Lies” starring Ryan Phillippe debuts with a two-hour premiere on March 1. Watch “SNL’s” hilarious Twitter sketch that got cut last year Aidy Bryant »
- Norman Weiss
When Murder ends on ABC, Crime will be ready to take its place. The network has announced the Season 1 finale date for the Shonda Rhimes-produced How to Get Away With Murder, along with premiere dates for two limited series: Secrets and Lies, which stars Ryan Phillippe and Juliette Lewis, and American Crime, written by Oscar-winning screenwriter John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) and starring Felicity Huffman. How to Get Away With Murder concludes its first season with a two-hour finale on Thursday, Feb. 26 at 9 p.m. Secrets and Lies will begin its 10-episode on Sunday, March 1 at 9 p.m. (replacing Resurrection in the Sunday nine o’clock time slot). Meanwhile, American Crime will debut on Thursday, March 5 at 10 p.m., airing 11 episodes and filling the vacated spot left by How to Get Away With Murder. Here are the loglines ABC has provided for the two limited series: Secrets and Lies: »
- Chris King
On Wednesday (November 19) morning, ABC announced premiere dates for two of its high profile midseason dramas, while setting an early finale date for its biggest new hit of the fall. Up first, the first season finale for "How To Get Away With Murder" will be a two-hour episode airing from 9 to 11 on Thursday, February 26. The Viola Davis drama has been a Live+Sd hit for ABC and an even biggest success factoring in DVR figures, but the network always approached "Murder" as a somewhat limited-run series, with a 15-episode order. Taking the place of "How To Get Away With Murder" on Thursdays at 10 p.m. will be "American Crime," from Oscar-winning creator John Ridley. The ensemble drama, which features Timothy Hutton and Felicity Huffman, will premiere on Thursday, March 5. Earlier that week, "Secrets and Lies" will premiere with a two-hour episode from 9 to 11 on March 1, moving into its regular 9 p. »
- Daniel Fienberg
ABC’s midseason schedule will swap Crime for Murder, and Secrets for Resurrection.
The network announced on Wednesday the premiere dates for a pair of limited-run dramas: Secrets and Lies, starring Ryan Phillippe and Juliette Lewis, will bow Sunday, March 1 at 9/8c (with a special two-hour premiere), while the Felicity Huffman vehicle American Crime, written by Oscar-winning screenwriter John Ridley (12 Years a Slave), kicks off Thursday, March 5 at 10/9c. The shows will have 10- and 11-episode seasons, respectively.
The latter show will take over the plum post-Scandal slot after How to Get Away With Murder airs its two-hour Season 1 finale on Thursday, »
ABC has set premiere dates for John Ridley’s “American Crime” and Ryan Phillippe starrer “Secrets and Lies” — a pair of limited-run, crime-themed dramas that will receive strong drama lead-ins and be a big part of the net’s post-Oscars push.
The 10-episode “Secrets and Lies” will take over the current “Resurrection” timeslot of Sunday at 9 p.m. starting March 1, the week after the Academy Awards air on the network. It will benefit from a potent “Once Upon a Time” lead-in, as the fairytale drama returns from its winter hiatus on that night with a string of original episodes.
“Secrets,” in which a man goes from Good Samaritan to murder suspect when he discovers the body of his neighbor’s young son, will bow with a two-hour installment, and future episodes will air from 9 to 10 p.m., leading into “Revenge.”
“American Crime” will bow Thursday, March 5 in the timeslot currently »
- Rick Kissell
Star Rachelle Lefevre discusses working with two of her fellow cast members, Ryan Phillippe and eight-year-old Briana Roy in an exclusive clip from the special features included with Reclaim, on Blu-ray and DVD November 18.
Rachelle Lefevre plays Shannon, an American who travels abroad with her husband Steven (Ryan Phillippe) to adopt their daughter Nina (Briana Roy), although things go awry quickly when Nina turns up missing. They quickly discover that all is not what it seems with the adoption agency - and find themselves in a fight for their lives when they encounter Benjamin (John Cusack) and Reigert (Jacki Weaver), the culprits behind a high-stakes human-trafficking ring. To expose the truth and save their daughter, Steven and Shannon will have to risk everything... including their lives.
How's this for a cute Halloween treat?Ryan Phillippe's sister Lindsay shared this ridiculously adorable photo of the two of them from way back in the day, dressed as Pebbles and Bam Bam from "The Flintstones." "2 of the best halloween costumes. Thanks mom," Lindsay posted with the pic, which Ryan re-tweeted.They weren't the only ones reminiscing about costumes from years past though.Gigi Hadid shared a couple aww-worthy pics with her mom Yolanda Foster, Martha Stewart posted one from her childhood and stars like the Kardashians, Drake, Jimmy Kimmel, Jessica Alba and Channing Tatum have all shard amazing throwback shots of them trick-or-treating. It's clear a lot of these stars were cute long before becoming some of the hottest celebs out there today!We're living for some of these retro costumes -- which is your favorite? Sound off below! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Look at those legs!Kim and Kourtney Kardashian showed off their gorgeous gams at the wedding of restaurateur Scott Sartiano and model Allie Rizzo on Saturday in Beverly Hills, Calif. With Kanye West and Scott Disick in tow, the famous sisters stunned at the star-studded event.Mrs. West flaunted some cleavage in a silk wrap gown with a high thigh slit, as Kourtney put her baby bump on display in a long-sleeved black dress. "Date night #SartianoWedding #Scott&Allie," Kim captioned a photo of the two couples.The famous foursome joined other celebrity guests at the fancy affair, including John Stamos, Lance Bass and Ryan Phillippe. The night before, Kim celebrated her 34th birthday at Las Vegas' Tao nightclub with her close family and friends. The birthday girl wowed in a plunging white dress for her special night out, showing off plenty of skin and cleavage on the red carpet. »
- tooFab Staff
Ashley Greene's apartment that burned to a crisp last year had one remnant ... a crack pipe, according to a sworn statement by the building manager. TMZ broke the story ... Ashley, her boyfriend and her brother were all sleeping in the unit when a fire broke out after a burning candle ignited some nearby fabric. All 3 fled, but one of her dogs died.The fire did extensive damage to a number of units and a »
- TMZ Staff
There was a time when Ryan Phillippe was known more for being "Mr. Reese Witherspoon" than he was for being a noted actor. Phillippe wouldn.t mind us acknowledging this. He has made similar, candid observations about his career and personal life while working the publicity circuit for his latest film, and directorial debut, Catch Hell. In the film, Phillippe plays a slightly distorted version of himself . a once-famous actor who.s seeking the next big break that will put him back in the conversation at the major studios. Catch Hell evolves into a kidnapping thriller, but there.s enough honesty and autobiographical detail in the script to make you wonder, "Yeah, what did happen to Ryan Phillippe after all of these years?" The dude was in a number of engaging films over the course of his career. And yet, he readily admits to The L.A. Times, "I.ve »
Ryan Phillippe is his own worst critic.The 40-year-old actor has starred in over 30 movies in the last two decades, but he recently admitted that he's not proud of the majority of his films."In my opinion, five of them are good," he told the Los Angeles Times in a Skype interview. "So you slave away and you work hard and you want to make something great, and a lot of times you end up disappointed. There are a lot of elements that are beyond your control when you're an actor for hire." The "Cruel Intentions" alum referenced one "bad" movie in particular ... the 2011 film, "Setup.""I did this terrible movie with 50 Cent," he said. "It was just a situation I didn't want to be in. I was sold a bill of goods and it turned out to be something different, which is often the case in this business." Phillippe »
- tooFab Staff
After just recently sharing an adorable story about how he and ex-wife Reese Witherspoon explained their cult classic, super sexy film Cruel Intentions to their kids, the actor is now saying that most of his movies, he wouldn't even watch.
"I've made 30-plus films over 20 years," the 40-year-old actor tells the Los Angeles Times via Skype. "And in my opinion, five of them are good."
Further explaining the plight of an actor, Phillippe adds, "So you slave away and you work hard and you want to make something great, and a lot of times you end up disappointed. There are a lot of elements that are beyond your control when you're an actor for hire."
In addition to Cruel Intentions, Phillippe's critically acclaimed films include the Oscar-winning movie Crash, [link »
For every Cruel Intentions, there's at least one MacGruber. Ryan Phillippe has been a working actor for more than two decades now, appearing in films including Gosford Park, Flags of Our Fathers, Breach, and the Oscar-winning ensemble movie Crash. But by his own admission, the majority of the titles on his resume are, in retrospect, just filler. "I've made 30-plus films over 20 years," Reese Witherspoon's ex-husband, 40, told the Los Angeles Times in a recent Skype interview. "And in my opinion, five of them are good. [...] »
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