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Based on Pulitzer Prize winning correspondent David Zucchino’s non-fiction book Thunder Run - The Armored Strike To Capture Baghdad, the script has been adapted by Black Hawk Down screenwriter Ken Nolan and Robert Pot (Numb3rs).
Jib Polhemus and Harry Stourton will produce under the Simon West Productions banner together with Carnaby’s Sean O’Kelly and Andrew Loveday. Production is planned for Q1, 2017, with casting underway and Carnaby planning a buyer presentation in Berlin.
Set in 2003 Iraq, Thunder Run is the story of the capture of Baghdad by American forces at the onset of the Iraq War.
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After five episodes having aired, NBC has renewed Jennifer Lopez's rookie cop series "Shades of Blue" for a second season. Ray Liotta and Drea de Matteo also star in the show which has been averaging a 2.5 rating and 11.2 million viewers in Live+3 ratings.
No word on the episode count of the second season, though it's likely to match the thirteen of the first. The series will continue its first season through until April. [Source: The Live Feed]
To celebrate the Chinese New Year, Marvel has released a brief new teaser for the upcoming second season of Netflix's "Daredevil" which goes live on the service on March 18th.
"Twilight" and "Thirteen" director Catherine Hardwicke has signed on to direct and executive produce the first two episode of USA Network's straight-to-series crime thriller "Eyewitness". Adapted from a Norwegian series, Adi Hasak is serving as showrunner on the series which begins production later this year. »
- Garth Franklin
NBC is staying in the J.Lo business. The network has ordered a second season of Shades of Blue, keeping Jennifer Lopez on TVs in all her gritty cop glory—well, as gritty as La Lopez gets. The series centers on Lopez's Harlee Santos, a crooked cop forced by the FBI to take down the rest of her crew—including Ray Liotta's Lt. Matt Wozniak—who are like family to her. Premiering on Jan. 7, the series averaged 11.2 million total viewers in L+3 ratings across its first three episodes. "We want to thank Jennifer, who is the hardest working woman we know, for her incredible efforts as both the star and producer of this show, as well as well as our other amazing producers and cast for all their »
Though the early renewal comes right after the show’s lowest ratings came in for its fifth episode last night, the pickup comes as no surprise, given Lopez’s star power and “Shades of Blue” still-strong performance as one of NBC’s biggest debuts in recent years.
In its first three telecasts, “Shades of Blue” averaged a 2.5 rating in 18-49 and 11.2 million viewers overall, according to Nielsen’s “live+3” estimates, standing as one of the most time-shifted programs on television during this time. Thanks in part to no competition from ABC’s “How to Get Away With Murder,” “Shades” gave NBC its first Thursday-at-10 wins with in-season regular programming over original competition on ABC and CBS since March 2010 in the demo and since March 2008 in total viewers.
“We want to thank Jennifer, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
NBC has renewed freshman drama “Shades of Blue” for a second season. Starring Jennifer Lopez as a New York cop collaborating with internal affairs to inform on her unit, the series is the second new show this season to be renewed by NBC, following fellow drama “Blindspot.” Through five episodes, “Shades of Blue” has averaged a 2.5 rating in adults 18-49 and 11.2 million viewers overall in Nielsen live numbers plus three days of playback. Also Read: 'Shades of Blue' Star Dayo Okeniyi Talks Ray Liotta Gay Kiss, Working With J Lo (Video) “We want to thank Jennifer, who is the hardest working. »
- Daniel Holloway
NBC’s freshman drama Shades of Blue has got lots of people talking, and not just about how good Jennifer Lopez is looking these days. Anyone keeping up with this show knows that every character has deep secrets, but Especially Wozniak. In tonight’s episode, he’ll have to battle to cover it up. People can’t stop talking about Shades of Blue and it’s departure from the norm. Check out the official synopsis for the episode below: Wozniak’s (Ray Liotta) confrontation with a drug dealer threatens to expose his deepest secret. Harlee (Jennifer Lopez) and Tess (Drea de Matteo) intercept a heroin shipment from a local drug lord
- Nick Hogan
The Screen Actors Guild announced the winners of the 2016 SAG Awards last night, with Spotlight taking home the top movie honour, Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, and Downton Abbey (Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series ) and Orange Is the New Black (Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series) enjoying success in the TV categories.
In the individual film categories, there were awards for Leonardo DiCaprio (The Revenant), Brie Larson (Room), Alicia Vikander (The Danish Girl) and Idris Elba (Beasts of No Nation), with Elba also picking up a second award on the TV side for his work in Luther. Other television winners included Kevin Spacey (House of Cards), Viola Davis (How to Get Away with Murder), Jeffrey Tambor (Transparent) and Uzo Aduba (Orange Is the New Black). Check out a full list of winners here, highlighted in red…
Outstanding Performance by »
- Gary Collinson
It's time for the 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, where film and TV actors celebrate other film and TV actors, and the big screen winners cross their fingers that this means they'll be getting Oscars, too. Lookin' at you, Leo!
Here is the full list of SAG Awards winners from the Saturday, January 30 show (8 to 10 p.m. on TNT and TBS), along with the nominees they beat for the trophies:
• Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
• Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
Here's a vine of Leo running to Kate Winslet after he won. »
- Gina Carbone
It's been a big night for Idris Elba. The actor took home the 2016 Screen Actors Guild Award for outstanding performance by a male actor in a television movie or miniseries for his role in Luther on Saturday night. The award was presented by Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay, who adorably remembered his first nomination for this year's Room. "Two wins in one night, that's incredible" said Elba, 43, in his acceptance speech, referencing his earlier win for best actor in Beasts of No Nation. "I want to shout out my beautiful children. When dad goes away, I think about you so much. »
- Michele Corriston and Naja Rayne
Winners for the 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced Saturday night at the Shine Exposition Center in Los Angeles, in a ceremony that was simulcast on TNT/TBS.
How to Get Away With Murder‘s Viola Davis marked broadcast TV’s lone winner, while streamers Netflix and Amazon combined for four total wins. Orange Is the New Black grabbed two prizes, for comedy ensemble and actress Uzo Aduba.
Fun (?) fact: Excluding the TV-movie categories, William H. Macy was the »
Loman’s guilt and Wozniak’s paranoia put Harlee at risk on this week’s Shades of Blue entitled “What are we doing?” According to TV Guide: Tensions between Harlee (Jennifer Lopez) and Wozniak (Ray Liotta) reached a wild crescendo on last week’s episode of Shades of Blue, as his suspicions about her as the department’s FBI informant got so heated a gun was drawn. Things have cooled between them, but only slightly; in Thursday’s episode, Wozniak implores Harlee to take another risky job that’ll give them both a windfall, despite her pleas to end their dirty business. But will the errand unwittingly
Shades of Blue: First Look at “What are We Doing?” »
- Nat Berman
Jennifer Lopez came out all guns blazing for the debut of her "All I Have" residency in Las Vegas on Wednesday. And after the show is the after-party! After wowing her audience, the entertainer changed out of her 260,000 crystal-embellished Swarovski costume into a plunging white dress as the celebrations continued at Mr. Chow at Caesars Palace. Just outside the Planet Hollywood concert, Matt Damon and the Bourne film crew shut down part of the Strip to shoot scenes. People has learned Lopez, 46, and boyfriend Casper Smart arrived late around 12:45 a.m. and headed into a private room with their »
- Karen Mizoguchi
The story of mobster Henry Hill was infamously told in Martin Scorsese’s stunning Goodfellas. He was played in that movie by Ray Liotta, but it didn’t cover Hill’s full story. Nor did the other movie based around Hill's life, that was released at the same time, the Steve Martin/Rick Moranis comedy, My Blue Heaven.
For as the Espn television movie Playing For the Mob charted, Hill was also involved in a scandal where he tried to fix basketball games in Boston in the late 1970s. And now there are plans to bring that story to the big screen.
“Shades of Blue” viewers saw a side of Ray Liotta they never imagined from the “Goodfellas” star on Thursday’s shocking episode. Liotta’s character, corrupt New York City police Lt. Matt Wozniak, locked lips with internal affairs chief Donnie Pomp (Michael Esper) in Episode 3 of the NBC drama. Later, Donnie is seen showering, post-sex, as Liotta places a call to Det. Harlee Santos (Jennifer Lopez). Needless to say, the gay kiss sent social media into a frenzy and became a top trend on Twitter before the episode had even aired on the West Coast. Also Read: 'Shades of Blue »
- Debbie Emery
(Spoiler alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched Thursday night’s episode of “Shades of Blue”) Ray Liotta has played plenty of tough-guys on screen, from “Goodfellas” and “Cop Land.” So far NBC drama “Shades of Blue,” in which the actor portrays NYPD Lt. Matt Wozniak, has given viewers the Ray Liotta they’ve come to expect. But Thursday night they saw different side of Liotta, one that probably caught them off guard. Midway through Episode 3, during a heated exchange, Liotta’s corrupt cop Wozniak shares a kiss with internal affairs chief Donnie Pomp, played by Michael Esper. »
- Daniel Holloway
[[tmz:video id="0_gzylasfp"]] Opening night of Jennifer Lopez's "All I Have" Las Vegas show was packed with A-list celebs who got up on their feet to worship the booty ... and dance. Seriously, it could've been a Hollywood award show -- Justin Bieber, Scooter Braun, Ryan Seacrest, Rebel Wilson, T.I., Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Kelly Osbourne, Hoda Kotb, Derek Hough, Nicole Scherzinger and many, many more. Her "Shades of Blue" co-star Ray Liotta was also there ... and Bff Leah Remini »
- TMZ Staff
So what can we expect in the third episode of Shades of Blue? The police drama starring Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta has received great reviews and ratings so far. So far the show has proven to be a strong gainer in early delayed-viewing ratings, as last week’s episode, which went up against a Republican presidential debate in much of the country, saw a lift of 4 million viewers. Lopez has also been drawing good ratings Thursdays for Fox’s final season of “American Idol,” on which she continues to serve as a judge. This week things get a little testy
Shades of Blue: Harlee Makes a Dangerous Bluff »
- Nat Berman
Take a look @ footage, plus images from the new police drama series "Shades of Blue" and the episode "False Face, False Heart", starring Jennifer Lopez, Ray Liotta ("Goodfellas"), Drea de Matteo ("The Sopranos"), with guest star Lolita Davidovich ("Recruits"), airing January 21, 2016 on NBC :
...forced to work in the FBI's anti-corruption task force, while dealing with her own financial problems.
"...but hands over a fully resolved unofficial investigation that 'Tess (de Matteo) and 'Espada' (Vincent Laresca) initiated when they moved a body by Tess' house found to be murdered with a 3D printed gun.
"Wozniak confronts Harlee who executes a dangerous bluff..."
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- Michael Stevens
Over on Fox, Jennifer Lopez is judging on the final season of American Idol. Will this be the first and final season of her new show, Shades of Blue. How will it do in the ratings? Cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.
Set in New York City, Shades of Blue this crime drama revolves around a work "family" of Brooklyn detectives. Following their leader, this team crosses the line to protect their precinct and each other. The cast includes Jennifer Lopez, Ray Liotta, Warren Kole, Drea de Matteo, Dayo Okeniyi, Vincent Laresca, Hampton Fluker, Sarah Jeffery, Santino Fontana, Antonio Jaramillo, Gino Anthony Pesi, and Michael Esper.
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The first Thursday of the new year was a busy one on the broadcast networks, with a pair of femme-fronted series — CBS comedy “Angel From Hell” and NBC drama “Shades of Blue” — taking advantage of the absence of ABC’s tough drama lineup to open with promising results. “Shades of Blue” was the more impressive of the two, building on its “The Blacklist” lead-in and dominating an hour that has been a tough one to crack for the Peacock in recent years.
CBS won Thursday overall with its “The Big Bang Theory” towering over everything else on the night. Fox had a pretty good showing with another two-hour installment of “American Idol,” which won the night and may have helped serve as something of a lead-in for “Shades of Blue,” since both feature Jennifer Lopez.
- Rick Kissell
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