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Remember Felicity? Were you Team Ben? Were you mad about Felicity cutting her hair for season two? The WB, now known as The CW, aired the series between 1998 to 1992. The series helped launch the career of Keri Russell, Scott Foley, and Scott Speedman.
The plot of the series was simple. A girl falls in love with boy, and she then follows him to college. Of course, there is drama along the way. He had no idea he had this girl from high school that in love with him. Along the way Felicity meets a new man, and a love triangle is born.
Since the end of Felicity, all three actors have gone on to have successful careers. Foley starred on The Unit and now stars on Scandal as Jake Ballard. Russell went back to television for The Americans on FX, »
Dear Sally: We're dying right now. Millennials are going through an overdose of nostalgia right now, thanks to Entertainment Weekly's Reunion issue, which features none other than the cast of Felicity together again on the cover (and in bed!). Yep, the famous small-screen love triangle that was Keri Russell, Scott Speedman and Scott Foley have reunited and our hearts almost can't handle it. It's the first time the trio have been in the same room since the cult-favorite WB drama wrapped in 2002, but you'd never guess that. Their chemistry is still on point and we're instantly taken back to the days of Felicity, Ben and Noel. But what might come as a shock »
Felicity is back between her two favorite men! "Felicity" stars Scott Speedman, Keri Russell and Scott Foley cover the new issue of Entertainment Weekly for the mag's annual "Reunions" edition. On the cover shot, Scott poses next to Russell with his hand rested on her leg ... while Foley takes the other side of Keri as she holds his hand. The popular TV drama -- which ran on the WB network from 1998-2002 -- followed the story of Felicity Porter (played by Russell) who, after asking high school crush Ben Covington (Speedman) to sign her yearbook, changes her post-grad plans and moves to NYC to attend the (fictional) University of New York in hopes of starting a romance with Ben. Shortly after making the move, Porter finds herself in a love triangle with Ben and a new romantic interest, Noel Crane (played by Foley). "To commemorate a quarter-century of EW, and »
- tooFab Staff
Marvel announced today that Luke Cage has found its Cornell "Cottonmouth" Stokes with the casting of Mahershala Ali (House of Cards, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2). In related news, Deadline reports that Simone Missick has signed on to play a character named "Missy," who is believed to actually be the Marvel character Misty Knight. The series will premiere in 2016 everywhere that Netflix is available.
Stokes, a Harlem nightclub owner, will become an unexpected foe in Luke Cage's life when Stokes' criminal activities threaten Luke's world. This news confirms a rumor that surfaced last month, which claimed Cottonmouth Stokes would be introduced in the series. In the comic books, Cottonmouth was a drug dealer who crossed paths with Luke Cage. There is also speculation that Cottonmouth could connect Luke Cage to Iron Fist, since one of the comic book arcs follows these two heroes fighting each other, after Cottonmouth teams up with another villain, »
Digital Spy recommends the very best in television - these are the seven most exciting shows airing this week, from steamy period drama with The Scandalous Lady W to the return of hit Us series The Americans.
But when the powerful Sir Richard Worsley seeks compensation from her lover in a very public trial, she decides to expose the truth about her marriage and the affair.
The latest instalment of the 1960s crime thriller starring David Duchovny.
Mike Vickery, Sam's chief informant, has been accused of murder, so Sam »
Breaking Americans news: The role of Clark Herbert Westerfeld — one of Matthew Rhys’ many alias’ on FX’s acclaimed Cold War spy drama — has been hijacked by… me. For one night, anyway.
Let me back up for a second.
Back in early July, Amber Dowling — then-vp of the Television Critics Association — approached me about presenting one of the trophies at the annual TCA Awards. The category was Outstanding Achievement in Drama, the (then-top secret) recipient was The Americans, and my co-presenter would be TVGuide.com writer-editor Hanh Nguyen. I accepted without hesitation. I love The Americans. My fondness for Keri Russell is well documented. »
Fox News played its Trump card (so to speak) and reaped big rewards on Thursday night.
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Indeed, the cable news channel’s coverage of the first 2016 Republican Presidential Debate — featuring front-runner Donald Trump — drew a record 24 million viewers, making it the highest-rated primary debate of all time, regardless of political party.
What’s more, the massive audience was almost eight times that of the 3.2 million folks who watched 2012’s kickoff Republican debate.
PhotosJon Stewart’s Final Daily Show: Colbert’s Return, Springsteen’s Tribute and 13 Other Magic Moments
You may know that director Kevin Smith's first film Clerks spawned the Clerks animated TV series in 2000, although it only ran for one season. What you may not know is that, five years earlier, the indie hit was actually adapted for a live action TV pilot, starring Jim Breuer as Randall Graves and Andrew Lowery as Dante Hicks. The pilot was never picked up as a TV series, and now you can see why, since the full Clerks pilot has now surfaced online.
The pilot also features a few more faces you may recognize. Keri Russell, three years before starring on Felicity, plays Sandra, a tanning salon employee, with Rick Gomez, best known as Ada David Vasquez from FX's Justified, playing an ice cream parlor worker named Todd. Screenwriter André Nemec, who went on to write the fourth Mission: Impossible movie, Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, »
Whether you like him or not, Kevin Smith made some big waves with his indie comedy Clerks back in 1994, and it launched the career that Smith still has today as an outspoken filmmaker, comic book writer and pop culture mouthpiece. Clerks led to a sequel back in 2006, with a third film potentially on the way after […]
- Ethan Anderton
In the realm of all things style, there's a fine line between couture and costume. Case met point when we tried replicating the bold graphic eye looks from the latest crop of runway shows. Let's just say E! HQ started to look a lot like Comic-Con. The truth is colorful or graphic eye looks are a tad unrealistic. Artistic and beautiful, the precise lines and shapes are a little severe for a grocery store run. There are, after all, only a few celebs—Emma Stone, Zoë Kravitz and Sophia Bush included—that dare attempt the trend with winning results. Thankfully, E! Style Collective's Tina Turnbow, makeup artist to stars like Laura Prepon and Keri Russell, explained how to translate the trend »
The critically-acclaimed Us series' third and fourth seasons will be shown on ITV Encore, starting with season three later this summer.
The first two seasons originally aired on ITV in 2013 and 2014, and will also be repeated on ITV Encore this month.
Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell play arranged husband and wife Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, while their children Paige (Holly Taylor) and Henry (Keidrich Sellati) have no idea about their parents' real lives.
Sasha Breslau, Head of Acquired Series at ITV, said; "I am delighted to be renewing our partnership with Fox Television on The Americans, a truly distinctive, utterly compelling drama which grips you tighter with each season. It feels like the perfect fit for ITV Encore. »
There's not enough room for everyone on Emmy nomination morning. While we're doing a Clone Club dance over the fact Tatiana Maslany finally got recognized this year for her work on "Orphan Black," there are a few omissions that still hurt. We're counting down the 10 Biggest Snubs below. Check out the full list of nominees right here! 1.) Ellie Kemper "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" picked up 7 nominations -- including Outstanding Comedy Series and Best Supporting Actor for Tituss Burgess as the incredible Titus Andromedon. But Ellie Kemper, who plays the title character on the Netflix show, was left out in the cold. 2.) Empire The show was all anyone could talk about when it was airing, but it only managed to get three nominations this morning. The series itself was shut out of the Outstanding Drama category, and star Terrence Howard wasn't recognized for his work as Lucious Lyon. 3.) Gina Rodriguez The "Jane the Virgin »
- tooFab Staff
Give the Emmys credit for at least trying to keep up with the current explosion of quality television.
This year, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences expanded the Best Comedy and Drama Series categories to seven slots each, and they made other minor changes (online voting!) meant to bring the awards into the 21st century. Still, there's more good TV now than even the Academy can keep up with, so the outrage and shock over the snubs and surprises in this morning's Emmy nominations is inevitable. Here are some of the most astonishing omissions and inclusions.
Best Drama Series
The biggest shocker here is the snub of "Empire," the season's breakout hit. Was it too soapy or guilty-pleasure-ish for the Academy to take seriously? Fellow newbie/Twitter sensation "How to Get Away With Murder" was also snubbed. Golden Globe fave "The Affair" got no love, here or in other major categories. »
- Gary Susman
Plenty of devious plans for future Salem episodes were discussed at the show's roundtables that Daily Dead took part in at Comic-Con, and now some of those ideas could move forward on the small screen, as Wgn America has officially renewed their witchcraft series for a third season.
Press Release: "The magic continues for Wgn America’s original, breakout hit series “Salem,” with the announcement made today at Comic-Con International: San Diego by the cast and creative team that the supernatural thriller has been renewed for a third season. The captivating one-hour drama, from Fox 21 Television Studios and creators and writers Brannon Braga and Adam Simon, boldly reimagines the infamous 17th century witch trials in colonial Massachusetts in a world where witches are real, but they are not who or what they seem to be. The third season will begin production in Shreveport, La later this year for a 2016 debut. »
- Derek Anderson
"The Americans" star Matthew Rhys is ditching his La bachelor pad for the Atlantic, TMZ has learned. The 3-bedroom, 2-bath Mediterranean home hit the market for $1.3 million … not much more than the $1.26 mill Rhys dropped on it in 2008 with his “Brothers & Sisters” dough. There’s a guesthouse and nice yard for entertaining, but the pad’s real draw is its walk score … blocks away from great restaurants, an organic supermarket and celeb fave The Grove. »
- TMZ Staff
Voting closed for Emmy nominations on Friday. Ordinarily, I would have already completed my usual If I Had An Emmy Ballot exercise by now, but various other projects got in the way, which means what I'm about to post is even more hypothetical than usual, since it's after the voting deadline. As always, I'm working with the choices listed on the actual Emmy ballots, which means I have to go along with where various shows and actors were categorized and submitted. So I have to consider "Orange Is the New Black" a drama, have to consider Key and Peele supporting actors on their own show, and can't go off the ballot to try nominating an actor like Max Greenfield from "New Girl," who didn't even put his name up for submission. Also, while I've done these as a bunch of separate posts the last few years, this thing's already so »
- Alan Sepinwall
All this week, we’re presenting the Vulture TV Awards, honoring the best in television from the past year. The nominees are: The AmericansMad MenBetter Call SaulTransparentJustified And the Best Drama is ...The Americans How many years in a row will The Americans top lists of the “Best Dramas You’re Not Watching?” As long as it’s on FX, probably — and no matter how long it runs, the writers, actors, and filmmakers involved in its production should take it as a compliment. The Americans’ commitment to its dramatic mission is so uncompromising that the show’s heroine, Elizabeth Jennings (Keri Russell), a warrior for Mother Russia, would approve of it. Created by Joe Weisberg and co-executive-produced by him and Joel Fields, the series is subtle and quiet and often works in a minor key; it never had the extravagant visuals and grandiose cultural aspirations of, say, Mad Men, this »
- Matt Zoller Seitz
For Keri Russell, sometimes filming a compelling scene can be like pulling teeth. Literally. With Emmy nominations voting underway, TheWrap spoke to Russell, star of FX’s period spy drama “The Americans,” about Season 3’s highlights. Among them: An excruciating scene during which her TV husband Philip (played by Matthew Rhys) yanks a chomper out of her mouth with a primitiveness that would make the dentist from “The Marathon Man” wince. Also Read: 'Chicago Pd's' Sophia Bush on Her Character's Emotional Meltdown and 5 Other Emmy Contender Quickies Read on for TheWrap’s conversation with Russell. TheWrap: What was the toughest thing you had to do. »
- Tim Kenneally
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