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Are Tomas and Marcus able to keep the devil at bay in the second season of The Exorcist TV show on Fox? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether the TV show The Exorcist is cancelled or renewed for season three. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustrated that their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of The Exorcist season two for us, below. A Fox horror drama, The Exorcist stars Alfonso Herrera, Ben Daniels, Kurt Egyiawan, Zuleikha Robinson, John Cho, Brianna Hildebrand, and Li Jun Li. Christopher Cousins and Cyrus Arnold are recurring, this season. The series is based on the 1973 feature film and William Peter Blatty’s 1971 novel of the same name. »
The American Film Institute (AFI) has announced the films that will be featured in their New Auteurs and American Independents sections at the upcoming AFI Fest 2017 presented by Audi. Selections include a number of lauded features from around the festival circuit, including Cannes offerings like “I Am Not a Witch,” SXSW favorites like “Gemini” and “Mr. Roosevelt,” the Sundance breakout “Thoroughbreds,” and Joseph Kahn’s Toronto Midnight Madness favorite “Bodied,” among others.
Highlighting first- and second-time feature film directors, New Auteurs is designed as the festival’s platform for upcoming filmmakers from all over the world to showcase their new films. This year, the section includes 11 films, nine of which come from female directors. Similarly, AFI Fest’s American Independents section aims to represent the best of this year’s independent filmmaking. Pushing boundaries of form and content across narrative and documentary cinema, this section includes 11 films from both fresh »
- Kate Erbland
Season 2 of the Fox horror series The Exorcist finds Father Tomas Ortega (Alfonso Herrera) and the newly collarless Marcus Keane (Ben Daniels) taking their hunt for evil on the road. When Andrew Kim (John Cho), a widow and former child psychologist who runs a group home for at-risk foster children realizes that one of the children under his care is being targeted by a powerful and scary force, it will bring the two priests to them, in an attempt to keep evil from winning. While at New York Comic-Con, actor John Cho got on the phone with … »
- Christina Radish
Directed by Aaron Katz.
A heinous crime tests the complex relationship between a tenacious personal assistant and her Hollywood starlet boss. As the assistant unravels the mystery, she must confront her own understanding of friendship, truth, and celebrity.
Films set in La tend to be about Hollywood, actors, showbiz, etc. Aaron Katz’s slow-burn mystery Gemini is no exception, however, whilst it is set in the city of the rich and famous, it portrays a completely different side of the industry to one we commonly see on-screen, as seen through the eyes of young Ohio-born Pa Jill (Lola Kirke).
Jill is the assistant to Heather (Zoe Kravitz), a big-name actress hounded by paps and fans alike, who maintains a friendship as well as a professional relationship with her Pa. »
- Scott Bates
Vulture Watch Speak of the devil and he shall appear. Has The Exorcist TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on Fox? The television vulture is watching for the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Exorcist, season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? Airing on the Fox television network, The Exorcist stars Alfonso Herrera, Ben Daniels, Kurt Egyiawan, Zuleikha Robinson, John Cho, Brianna Hildebrand, and Li Jun Li. Christopher Cousins and Cyrus Arnold are recurring, this season. The horror drama is based on the 1973 feature film and William Peter Blatty’s 1971 novel of the same name. In the second season, Father Bennett (Egyiawan) sets out to uncover »
It was the last panel of New York Comic Con, but The Exorcist panel — consisting of actors Ben Daniels, Alfonso Herrera, Kurt Egylawan, John Cho, Zuleikha Robinson, with executive producer/writer Jeremy Slater and showrunner Sean Crouch—still commanded a packed room that was bursting with superfans of the small screen adaptation of the classic horror […]
The post ‘The Exorcist’ Season 2 Teases More Blood, Vomit and Scary Stuff – the Usual [Nycc 2017] appeared first on /Film. »
- Candice Frederick
With the abundance of labs and fellowships designed to give up-and-coming filmmakers a much-needed boost, the Nicholl Fellowship — launched in 1986 — still stands above the fray as being one of the most important opportunities for entry into the industry. Each of the winners receives a $35,000 prize with the understanding that they will complete a feature-length screenplay during their fellowship year. Just as important, their winning project instantly becomes a must-read by every agency in Hollywood.
The global competition has awarded 152 fellowships to date. Recent scripts by Nicholl Fellowship alumni include “The Glass Castle” and “Holy Rollers;” additional program veterans have gone on to receive plum writing assignments in film (Pixar’s “Cars 3”) and television (Netflix’s “The Punisher”).
Nine individuals and one screenwriting team were selected as 2017 fellowship recipients from more than 7,000 submissions; the winners are listed in bold:
Vigil Chime, “Bring Back Girl”
Sj Inwards, “Jellyfish Summer”
- Chris O'Falt and Jenna Marotta
As if a network possessed, Fox renewed The Exorcist TV show, despite hellishly low broadcast ratings in its freshman outing. While the Rance family's story has concluded -- meaning Geena Davis, Alan Ruck, Hannah Kasulka, and Brianne Howey are not returning as series regulars -- the horror continues for Father Tomas Ortega (Alfonso Herrera) and former priest Marcus Keane (Ben Daniels). Should fans expect further divine intervention? Will The Exorcist be cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned. Based on the 1973 feature film and William Peter Blatty's 1971 novel, The Exorcist stars Herrera, Daniels, Kurt Egyiawan, Zuleikha Robinson, John Cho, Brianna Hildebrand, and Li Jun Li. Christopher Cousins and Cyrus Arnold join the Fox horror drama this year, on a recurring basis. In the second season, Father Bennett (Egyiawan) sets out to uncover evil at the Vatican, while Keane and Ortega »
You might know the basics about the second season of The Exorcist: new location, only a couple of characters carrying over from Season 1, yadda yadda. But as Friday’s Season 2 premiere reminds us, the devil is in the details.
And those details? Still hella scary. Read on for the highlights of “Janus.”
On The Run | The hour opens with Father Tomas praying in an empty church. From the eerie feel of the scene, you know something’s not Ok, but as he walks outside, »
Season 2 of the Fox horror series The Exorcist finds Father Tomas Ortega (Alfonso Herrera) and the newly collarless Marcus Keane (Ben Daniels) taking their hunt for evil on the road. When Andrew Kim (John Cho), a widow and former child psychologist who runs a group home for at-risk foster children realizes that one of the children under his care is being targeted by a powerful and scary force, it will bring the two priests to them, in an attempt to keep evil from winning. To promote the new season, executive producers Jeremy Slater (who also created the series) … »
- Christina Radish
The fall specialized season ratcheted up with a group of top festival releases starting their theatrical release with later awards in their sights. As expected, well-reviewed “The Battle of the Sexes” (Fox Searchlight) stood out as the top performer in a week without much other signs of life from holdovers (IFC’s “The Viceroy’s House” is the best of a weak bunch).
In two initial cities, Judi Dench showed her royal form in Stephen Frears’ “Victoria & Abdul” (Focus) with the weekend’s best per theater average, while “Stronger” (Roadside Attractions) saw some success in a much wider limited release.
The upstart was “Loving Vincent” (Good Deed), which unexpectedly came up with a $24,000 exclusive New York opening. This rare animated arthouse release (using Van Gogh “painted” animation to tell its narrative) could be a sleeper success within this uber-competitive period.
The Battle of the Sexes (Fox Searchlight) – Metacritic: 73; Festivals »
- Tom Brueggemann
Columbus is not a film about the Italian explorer but about an American city named for him. No, not Columbus, Ohio, but the lesser-known Columbus, Indiana. This small Midwestern city is home to a surprising number of buildings designed by big names in mid-century Modern architecture, such as Eero Saarinen, I.M. Pei, Deborah Burke, Harry Weese and others.
St. Louisans might recognize Eero Saarinen as the designer of the Gateway Arch but architecture buffs will know those names are some of the biggest of the Modern style of architecture. If you are a fan of mid-twentieth century architecture, or of Columbus, Indiana, then Columbus is the film for you. But even if not a fan of either, viewers might give this thoughtful, »
- Cate Marquis
Billy Eichner will no longer be stalking New York pedestrians — at least not on truTV’s dime.
Billy on the Street, Eichner’s long-running variety show, will not return to the basic cable network for Season 6, our sister site Variety reports. It has not, however, been cancelled.
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Eichner on Tuesday first hinted that Billy on the Street would not continue on truTV, tweeting, “We have had a fantastic, life changing, Emmy-nominated time working with my friends at truTV and I can’t thank them enough. They’re the best.” A second »
With the fall television season kicking into high gear, several returning favorites have undergone noteworthy changes.
Whether it’s major casting shuffles on Once Upon a Time and Grey's Anatomy or unexpected departures on Hawaii Five-0 and Chicago P.D., there’s never a dull moment when it comes to keeping track of the upcoming 2017-18 season.
Et highlights seven returning TV shows that will have a different look and feel this fall.
Chicago P.D. (NBC)
Chicago P.D. lost a big member of their department when Sophia Bush abruptly left the show in May. The show hinted at Bush's departure in the season four cliffhanger finale, when her character, Erin Lindsay, considered taking a job with the FBI in New York -- but the NBC cop drama looked internally for her replacement. Revolution alum Tracy Spiridakos made her Chicago P.D. debut at the end of season four, when her character, a robbery »
With less than two weeks to go until The Exorcist returns, Fox has released a first look featurette for its acclaimed horror drama series entitled ‘Evil Has a New Home’ which features interviews with creator Jeremy Slater, and stars Ben Daniels, Alfonso Herrera, and John Cho as they discuss what to expect in the upcoming second season; take a look below…
Opening an entirely new chapter in the iconic franchise, Season Two of The Exorcist premieres Friday, September 29 (9:00 – 10:00 Pm Pt/Et), where Father Tomas Ortega (Alfonso Herrera) and a newly collarless Marcus Keane (Ben Daniels) out of Chicago and on the road, searching out evil. Across the Atlantic, Father Bennett (Kurt Egyiawan) attempts to weed out those within the Vatican who have turned against God. Ultimately, Tomas and Marcus are led to Andrew Kim (John Cho), a former child psychologist who runs a group home for five at-risk »
- Amie Cranswick
The boys are back, albeit in a different town, in the second season of The Exorcist, and before the next chapter begins for Father Ortega and Marcus Keane, Fox has revealed a new teaser video and character images for season 2.
Check out the character images and new video below, and in case you missed it, read our coverage of The Exorcist roundtable interviews from San Diego Comic-Con.
Opening an entirely new chapter in the iconic franchise, Season Two of The Exorcist premieres Friday, September 29 (9:00 - 10:00 Pm Pt/Et), where Father Tomas Ortega (Alfonso Herrera) and a newly collarless Marcus Keane (Ben Daniels) out of Chicago and on the road, searching out evil. Across the Atlantic, Father Bennett (Kurt Egyiawan »
- Derek Anderson
RelatedThe Mindy Project Premiere Recap: We’ll Hang Out Later, Baby
Yes, the Hulu comedy’s executive producer is finally making her on-screen debut as Flute, a hippie who encounters Billy and Julie at a trendy Los Angeles restaurant. TVLine has your exclusive first look at the Difficult moment above.
Back in New York, Marilyn moves forward with her long-gestating memoir and major changes are underway at the café — including the arrival of a new waiter. »
"Evil has a new home." Recently, Fox released a new preview for season two of The Exorcist.The new season of the horror drama will follow Father Tomas Ortega (Alfonso Herrera) and Marcus Keane (Ben Daniels) as they investigate a new case of possible demonic possession at a foster home off the coast of Seattle. The cast also includes John Cho, Brianna Hildebrand, and Zuleikha Robinson.Read More… »
Comic-Con is hitting the East Coast for its annual pop culture convention at the Javits Center in Midtown Manhattan this October. To keep you updated on the happenings this year, Variety is compiling a master list of screenings and panels for the Oct. 5-Oct. 8 event. Bookmark this page to stay up to date on the schedule, as we will continue to update when networks and studios release their schedules for the event.
Friday, Oct. 6
The Orville (6-7 p.m., Hammerstein Ballroom, 20th Century Fox) Join series creator and star Seth MacFarlane, series star Adrianne Palicki, and executive producers David A. Goodman and Brannon Braga for an extended look at an unaired episode and discussion about the sci-fi comedic drama.
Family Guy (7-8 p.m., Hammerstein Ballroom, 20th Century Fox) The “Family Guy” cast, voiced by Seth MacFarlane, Alex Bornstein, Seth Green and Mike Henry, along with executive producers Rich Appel and Alec Sulkin, are »
- Rebecca Rubin
Fox is bringing the latest revival of The X-Files to New York Comic-Con next month, joining Season 2 of The Exorcist, Seth MacFarlane’s The Orville and more. 20th Century Fox TV announced that there also would be panels and sneak peeks for Family Guy and The Gifted. Those scheduled to appear include David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Amy Acker, John Cho, Seth Green, Adrianne Palicki, Stephen Moyer, Jamie Chung, Ben Daniels, Alfonso Herrera, Seth MacFarlane, Zuleikha… »
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