10 items from 2015
Creator: Jenji Kohan
Extras: 2 X Cast Commentaries, Featurettes: Back Before The Potato Sack, Orange Peeled, A Walk Around The Block, The Vee.I.P. Treatment.
Running Time: 780 minutes
It seems like yesterday we were introduced to those lovely Litchfield ladies from Orange Is The New Black, but we’re already coming up to season three already. But with a new season on the way, you know what that means…Binge Rewatching.
Piper (Taylor Schilling), once the bright eyed blonde haired city slicker has now found herself in solitary confinement in the midst of her fifteen month prison sentence, but everyone is not what it seems when she is shipped on a plane to testify against the drug dealer that herself and Alex (Laura Prepon) worked for. This gives us just a taster of what happens through out season two, »
- Lucy Cave
The bright, brilliant fashion of the 1980s has often been captured on film – the over-the-top nature of the clothes lends itself beautifully to cinema, with some of the most iconic outfits of all time captured in this era. To celebrate the home entertainment release of A Most Violent Year, in which Jessica Chastain showcases an incredible array of 1980s-era Armani, we take a look at other films which demonstrate the fashion of the decade.
Richard Ayoade’s comedy drama stars Craig Roberts as 15 year-old Oliver Tate, who has two major ambitions – to lose his virginity to the beautiful Jordana (Yamin Paige), and to save his parents’ rocky relationship (a task made all the more difficult when his mother’s ex-lover reappears in their lives). Costume designer Charlotte Walters does a brilliant job of capturing the wonderfully quirky take on the classic coming-of-age tale, dressing the young cast in a wonderful array of duffle coats, »
- Jazmine Sky Bradley
ABC continues its commitment to great storytelling with the announcement of its 2015-16 slate of programming, including the addition of 10 new series. Paul Lee, president, ABC Entertainment Group, will unveil the network's new lineup to the advertising and media communities this afternoon at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall. Here's what Paul Lee had to say in a statement.
"Our new slate of shows continues the momentum from last year. ABC was the most buzzed about network, and the only major network to hold on to its audience and to grow in the target demo. Our 2015-16 schedule, with new shows and returning favorites that reflect our commitment to world-class storytelling, will solidify ABC's place as the network that raises the bar for what viewers expect from broadcast television.
ABC is the only major network to increase its Adult 18-49 audience during the 2014-15 season. ABC delivered 7 of the Top »
Following the release of their 2015-16 schedule, ABC has now put out trailers for all of their upcoming premieres in the season. This includes Wicked City, Oil, The Catch, Quantico, The Family, Dr. Ken, Uncle Buck, The Real O'Neal's, and Of Kings and Prophets; you can check out the trailer for the brand new Muppets here. Couch potatoes rejoice! Check out the trailers and synopses of each show below: The Family This thriller follows the return of a politician's young son who was presumed dead after disappearing over a decade earlier. As the mysterious young man is welcomed back into his family suspicions emerge — is he really who he says he is? Starring: Joan Allen | Allison Pill | Margot Bingham | Zach Gilford | Liam James | Floriana Lima | Madeline Arthur | Rarmian Newton | Rupert Graves | Andrew McCarthy The Catch From Shondaland’s Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers, this thriller centers on the strong, successful »
- Chris Cabin
And finally ABC is in the game! The only network not to pick up a new series (and still the only network not to formally renew a single old series) jumped into the pre-upfronts excitement in a major way on Thursday afternoon, picking up six new dramas, several of which sound rather ambitious. Before going into depth, the basics: On Thursday (May 7) afternoon, ABC ordered the Biblical epic "Of Kings and Prophets" and the Shonda Rhimes-produced "The Catch," as well as "Wicked City" (formerly "L.A. Crime"), "The Family" (formerly Untitled Jenna Bans), "Quantico" and the Untitled Pate & Fishburne Project (formerly "Boom"). ABC no doubt has plenty more new series pickups to do ahead of the network's Tuesday, May 12 upfront presentation. Let's get to the details, because some of these new shows sound pretty interesting actually... *** "Of Kings and Prophets" comes from creators Adam Cooper & Bill Collage and it is »
- Daniel Fienberg
The Shonda Rhimes Era at ABC continues.
PhotosFall TV Preview: Your Guide to Next Season’s New Shows and Stars
Additionally, ABC picked up The Family, which hails from Scandal/Grey’s Anatomy/Off the Map Ep Jenna Bans, the biblical saga Of Kings and Prophets, Gossip Girl Ep Josh Safran’s Quantico and the ’80s-set crime drama Wicked City (Fka L.A. Crime).
The Untitled Pate & Fishburne Project (Fka Boom), centered around the oil industry in North Dakota, »
ABC has given the series greenlight to a half-dozen drama projects, ranging from a Biblical epic to an FBI 9/11 conspiracy vehicle to a long-con thriller from Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland shop. All six of the series hail from ABC Studios or the ABC Signature production unit.
The orders reinforce ABC’s strategy of loading up on dramas with an eye toward some shows with shorter-episode orders to help refresh the schedule and avoid repeats of new and returning series. The emphasis on ABC-produced projects makes it clear that the Alphabet is looking for maximum control of the digital windowing strategies on its shows, an increasingly important factor for broadcasting networks.
The six dramas getting the nod for ABC’s 2015-16 slate so far:
“Of Kings & Prophets”
An epic Biblical saga of faith, ambition and betrayal as told through the eyes of a battle-weary king, a powerful and resentful prophet and a »
- Cynthia Littleton
The cast of Showtime’s “Happyish” gathered at New York’s Landmark Sunshine Cinema on Monday night to celebrate their original comedy series about a 44-year-old ad exec who struggles to find meaning and happiness in his life after a pair of 25-year-old wunderkind bosses arrive. The night marked a happy ending to the two-year process it took to bring the show to the screen following the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman.
“It’s been a long and bumpy road to get to where we are today, but I’m very thrilled,” Ken Kwapis, director and executive producer, told Variety prior to the screening. “All of us are very proud of the show.”
The series — created and written by author and “This American Life” contributor Shalom Auslander — was originally a starring vehicle for Hoffman before he died from a drug overdose in February 2014. Hoffman had already shot the pilot in the lead character role, »
- Paul Chi
"That could've worked out great, you know, that dynamic. But it didn't!" he laughed.
"I think they were irritated by me from day one."
Ringwald had initially wanted Robert Downey Jr for the role, and the original ending saw Cryer's Duckie getting the girl. This was later re-shot as test audiences reportedly didn't believe it.
On why Ringwald would have preferred Downey Jr, he exclaimed: "I've been an effeminate heterosexual dork my whole life!
"It's confusing. It's confusing to women, »
Warning: Prepare to have a nostalgia-fueled freakout in 3...2...1... The Blacklist is set to stage the ultimate '80s reunion as James Spader is set to work with his Pretty in Pink, Mannequin and Less Than Zero co-star Andrew McCarthy again, E! News has exclusively learned. Yes, that's right: Steff and Blane (It's a name!) are back together and we're having some major flashback feelings. While Spader and McCarthy won't appear on-screen together, McCarthy is set to direct three upcoming episodes of the hit NBC drama's second season, with his Blacklist directorial debut, Ruslan Denisov (#67)," airing on Feb. 12. And we have your exclusive first look at the duo's »
10 items from 2015
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