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The comic-book drama continues on Channel 4 tonight. When it seems like a young woman has developed telekinesis the team try to discover the root of her powers, while Fitz and Simmons find themselves in a prank war.
The team must also deal with the arrival of a man claiming he is trapped halfway between Earth and Hell.
Blue Bloods: Sky Atlantic, 8pm
An armed robbery leaves a police officer fatally wounded, pushing Frank to vow to bring the suspect to justice.
The Walking Dead: Fox, 10pm
The group are left questioning whether they can ever achieve peace following frightening events at a camp outside the prison.
Meanwhile the Governor rejoins the other survivors, led by Martinez. »
Breathe easy, “Longmire” fans; the A&E drama will be back for another season. The series has been given a 10-episode third season, the network said Monday. Also read: Mark and Donnie Wahlberg Serving ‘Wahlburgers’ for A&E Based on Craig Johnson’s mystery novels, “Longmire” stars “The Matrix” actor Robert Taylor as Walt Longmire, the charismatic, dedicated and unflappable sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyo. Katee Sackhoff, Lou Diamond Phillips, Bailey Chase, Cassidy Freeman and Adam Bartley also star. During its second season, “Longmire” — A&E’s most-watched original drama series — averaged 3.7 million total viewers, hitting a season high of 4.4 million total viewers with. »
- Tim Kenneally
Want to make sure you don't miss anything great on the telly in the next seven days? Never fear, because Tube Talk has done all the hard work for you and smushed all of this week's must-see TV into one snappy rundown. Check out what you should be checking out below...
Legacy: Thursday (November 28) at 9pm on BBC Two
Rookie agent Charles Thoroughgood, played by Charlie Cox of Boardwalk Empire and Stardust, is the one tasked with turning his old friend Viktor. But what starts off as a relatively simple mission soon becomes much more complicated and dangerous, as the young spy discovers some unsettling home truths and a mass terror plot.
Blue Bloods: Thursday (November 28) at 10pm »
Thanksgiving is coming for the Reagan family, too -- but if their anticipation of the holiday wasn't tempered by crime concerns, it wouldn't be "Blue Bloods."
Maria (Marisa Ramirez) had a particularly rough time with family matters in "Bad Blood," Friday's (Nov. 22) episode of the CBS police drama written by co-executive producer Daniel Truly and directed by Robert Harmon, who also has worked with series star Tom Selleck on all but one of the "Jesse Stone" TV movies.
A murder investigation began for Maria and Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) outside a Spanish Harlem bar, but they soon went in to interrogate the very enthusiastic, soccer-watching patrons. They came up empty on suspects, until a security tape revealed someone Maria recognized (guest star Kirk Acevedo, "Oz") .
Danny and Maria went to find the man, nicknamed "Tic-Tac" -- and while chasing him, Maria made a side run at him, sending him through a store's glass door. »
If anything can propel a supporting player to a series' forefront, it's to give the character a problematic relative.
Thus, Marisa Ramirez -- alias Detective Danny Reagan's (Donnie Wahlberg) NYPD partner Maria Baez on CBS' "Blue Bloods" -- gets considerable screen time in Friday's (Nov. 22) episode "Bad Blood." Kirk Acevedo ("Oz," "Fringe") guest stars as Baez's estranged brother "Tic-Tac," an ex-drug addict who's the prime suspect in a murder she and Danny probe.
"You finally get to learn a little bit of the backstory of Maria," Ramirez tells Zap2it, "at least between her and her brother. You also find out why she became a cop ... it had to do with him.
"Danny is still trying to support his partner, and when you have family involved in real life, you would be taken off the case. Because they're so close as partners, though, he wants her to be there for »
It's been a devastating week for the crew of TNT reality show Boston's Finest and the Boston Police Department after an officer featured on the series allegedly committed suicide on Tuesday, Nov. 19. Boston police officer Pat Rogers, who appeared on seasons one and two of the show, reportedly took his own life just hours before TNT had scheduled a screening of the season 2 premiere, the Boston Herald is reporting. (The Boston screening, which executive producer Donnie Wahlberg and Boston Mayor Tom Menino were both expected [...] »
Dining out can be dangerous.
So Frank (Tom Selleck) discovered after having dinner with Angelo Gallo (guest star Chazz Palminteri) -- a boyhood friend who happened to be a Mob lawyer -- in Friday's (Nov. 15) "Blue Bloods" episode "Justice Served," written by series co-executive producer Siobhan Byrne O'Connor. The men left the restaurant jovially, but right after Frank's car pulled away, the attorney was felled by two bullets to the back.
Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) was getting a taste of another side of the law by serving jury duty. Young defendant Deshawn Williams (J. Mallory-McCree) was on trial for the murder of a deli cashier, and when the jurors went into deliberation, only one held out for a "not guilty" verdict. Guess who?
Do we need a New Kid on the Block in the White House? Or should Donnie Wahlberg stick to Wahlburgers? The star of CBS’s “Blue Bloods” and A&E’s upcoming “Wahlburgers” used Twitter Friday to drop a simple-sounding proposal to fixing HealthCare.gov, the website for the Affordable Care Act. Also read: Mark and Donnie Wahlberg Serving ‘Wahlburgers’ for A&E “Why dump 600,000,000 taxpayer dollars into healthcare website?” he wrote. “Why not dump $2,000,000 in the pockets of 300,000,000 U.S. taxpayers instead?” Yeah! Exactly! Has Obama heard about this? Except… oh wait. According to calculators, 600,000,000 divided by 300,000,000 is two. »
- Tim Molloy
The actress who plays Eddie Janko, the new partner of NYPD officer Jamie Reagan (Will Estes), on the Friday CBS police drama didn't realize how helpful her mom's devotion to the show would be until she landed the role.
"When I got the job, she sat me down and gave me the lowdown," Ray muses to Zap2it. "She told me who all the characters were and that Jamie had a girlfriend in the beginning, but that didn't work out. 'And he had a partner, but oh, the partner died. And Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) and his wife (Amy Carlson) just love each other, and it's so beautiful ... .' She was just going on and on and on."
Fiction will merge with real life soon, since Ray plans to bring her parents to »
Mark Wahlberg and the other one (Donnie Wahlberg) are going home for a new reality show, terribly titled Wahlburgers. Opening on A&E, the series will document their family restaurant and "the most talented sibling" Paul. It will also show their humble beginnings and their family owned burger joint.
Speaking about the announcement, A&E producer Stephen Levinson said, "We're thrilled to partner with the entire Wahlberg family as they graciously life the curtain to share this new side of their story."
Wahlberg is one of the busiest actors in Hollywood; he's currently wrapping Transformers: Age of Extinction, with The Lone Survivor and The Gambler also opening in 2014 alongside a packed schedule as a producer.
- Gary Collinson
Mark Wahlberg (Ted, Pain And Gain, 2 Guns) and Donnie Wahlberg (The Sixth Sense, Saw II, Saw III,) have both had incredibly diverse acting careers and if that’s not enough they also own a family run restaurant hilariously and cleverly titled Wahlburgers in their home town of Boston Massachusetts.
Now the two talented brothers have announced that they will be starring in a brand new unscripted reality series about their restaurant titled Wahlburgers, which will air in the Us on A&E from 22nd January 2014. Here is what David McKillop the executive of the A&E had to say on the new series:
‘We’re thrilled to partner with the entire Wahlberg family as they graciously lift the curtain to share this new side of their story, this series offers viewers a new take on the celebrity reality series showcasing one of America’s favorite families’.
You can also see »
- Ben Read
Could the Wahlbergs be the next Kardashians? Mark Wahlberg and his family will be getting their very own unscripted A&E series about their restaurant, Wahlburgers. Mark, his mother Alma Wahlberg and brothers Donnie Wahlberg and Paul Wahlberg will star in the new reality series. But according to the "Pain & Gain" star, their show will be nothing like "Keeping Up with the Kardashians.""No, no. It's very different. It's very different. Nothing against them. They've been hugely successful," he said at the premiere of "Lone Survivor." ''It's just about building a family business. Uh, it's just very different, very different." We're not sure how we feel about Marky Mark making the transition from the big screen to reality TV ... but considering how hugely successful "Entourage" was, we're sure he knows what he's doing!Are you excited for the Wahlbergs' new show? Tell toofab in the comment section below, and check »
- tooFab Staff
Brent Lang and Jeff Sneider proclaim Jennifer Lawrence as the "biggest actress of her generation." With the big budget "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and Oscar contender "American Hustle" both opening soon, they call her the "first bona fide movie star to emerge" since 2008 with Robert Downey, Jr. in "Iron Man." They provide five reasons others can learn from the young Academy Award winner's career so far. The Wrap. Tvgn aka TV Guide Network is moving beyond its current scope of repeats and an on-screen guide to launch original programming. CBS now co-owns the channel with Lionsgate and has commissioned seven new reality series. One will be about the 80s boy band New Kids on the Block, produced by member Donnie Wahlberg. Another is a game show based on the Celebrity Celebrity parlor game, produced by "Scandal" star Joshua Malina. Deadline. Which first-year comedies and performers should Emmy voters already be. »
While Wahlburgers may only have one location at the moment, A&E is about to bring the family-owned restaurant into your living room with a new reality series. Titled Wahlburgers, the series will follow brothers Mark and Donnie Wahlberg as they return home to Boston to join forces with their "most talented sibling," Paul Wahlberg, who is the restaurant's executive chef. Hit the jump for more, including Donnie's announcement for the show. Via THR, Wahlburgers premieres Jan. 22 at 10:30 p.m. on A&E. The location doubles as "a hangout for their friends and family, including the real Johnny "Drama" (Alves) and their mother,Alma, along with other members of the Wahlberg's "original entourage," including Henry "Nacho" Laun and Billy Leonard." Wahlburgers plans to open a Toronto-based location early next year. Watch the announcement from Donnie below: »
- Dave Trumbore
Ensuring that reality television will soon be the sole province of Wahlbergs and hangin’-tough rappers, TV Guide Network has announced that one of the first projects in its new life of original programming will be a Donnie Wahlberg-produced reality series about his band/gang, New Kids On The Block. Specifically, about the New Kids On The Block Cruise, whose adventures on the high seas will be the maiden voyage for an ostensible series that could subsequently cover other cruises with “America’s favorite bands,” such as those regularly undertaken by Weezer and Barenaked Ladies, all while Mark McGrath rails »
The Brothers Wahlberg will be serving up hamburgers in a new unscripted show on A&E named after Wahlburgers, the Boston-area burger joint they co-own. The show is set to premiere on January 22nd at 10:30 p.m., according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Walburgers and Other Restaurants Run by Rock Stars
Mark, Donnie and their brother Paul cofounded Wahlbergers in 2011, when they opened the restaurant's first location in Hingham, Massachusetts. It was the brothers' second venture into eateries, following Alma Nove, an Italian restaurant. Paul serves as the chef at both restaurants. »
A&E will turn its cameras on the Wahlberg family, including famous siblings Mark and Donnie Wahlberg, in a new docu-series called "Wahlburgers."
The show, which premieres Jan. 22, chronicles Mark and Donnie, their older brother Paul, mother Alma and assorted friends and family members as they run their namesake burger restaurant in Boston. Mark and Donnie Wahlberg are executive producers and will also appear on camera.
The show's cast also includes the real-life Johnny "Drama" (Alves), Mark and Donnie's long-time friend, another buddy named Henry "Nacho" Laun and Billy Leonard, Mark's one-time partner in crime.
New Kids on the Block are hoping for some smooth sailing with the TV Guide Network. The former boy-band sensation sits at the center of one of seven projects TV Guide Network (Tvgn) has put into development, the network said Tuesday. Also read: Mark and Donnie Wahlberg Serving ‘Wahlburgers’ for A&E The project in question, “Rock the Boat: New Kids on the Block,” will center on NKotB fans who take a week-long party cruise with the group. The series, which is being executive produced by New Kids member Donnie Wahlberg, is intended as the first installment of a franchise, »
- Tim Kenneally
The Wahlbergs are the latest famous family to get their own reality show. A&E Network has announced the original series “Wahlburgers," which looks behind-the-scenes at the titular Boston burger joint owned by Mark Wahlberg, Donnie Wahlberg and their many siblings. Mark and Donnie returned to their hometown to team with older brother Paul (who acts as chef and restaurateur) in the hamburger joint, where their old Dorchester neighborhood pals (the ones who inspired "Entourage") often hang out with the siblings' mother Alma Wahlberg. "We’re thrilled to partner with the entire Wahlberg family as they graciously lift the curtain to share this new side of their story," »
- Dave Lewis
Seven months after CBS Corp. acquired half of Tvgn, partnering with Lionsgate, the cable network is announcing its first development slate. The projects on it indicate that Tvgn does not plan a major change of course, keeping its focus on celebrity, pop culture and television. Corporate synergy with CBS already has done well for Tvgn, which has seen triple-digit ratings increases from its broadcasts of Big Brother After Dark and The Young & The Restless. Following the recent premiere of docuseries Mother Of All Talent, about mother-daughter kids talent agents, and the upcoming debut of Tequila Sisters, about a Miami-based tequila business clan, Tvgn has unveiled a development slate featuring seven other unscripted projects. It includes a series featuring New Kids on the Block, produced by band member and star of CBS’ Blue Bloods Donnie Wahlberg, and a game show based on the Celebrity Celebrity parlor game produced by Scandal‘s Joshua Malina. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
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