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Liar: Cancelled or Renewed For Season Two on SundanceTV?

Vulture Watch What will happen to Laura and Andrew when the truth comes out? Will the Liar TV show be cancelled or renewed for a second season on SundanceTV? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Liar, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?  What's This TV Show About? A psychological thriller on the SundanceTV cable channel, Liar stars Joanne Froggatt, Ioan Gruffudd, Zoë Tapper, Warren Brown, Richie Campbell, Jamie Flatters, Shelley Conn, Danny Webb, Rita McDonald Damper, Chu Omambala, Finn Bennett, Akbar Kurtha, Oliver Maltman, Tsion Habte, Ethan Risk, and Frasier Risk. While the widowed Dr. Andrew Earlham (Gruffudd) thinks they had a perfect first date, school
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Liar: Season Two of Ioan Gruffudd (Forever) Series Picked Up by SundanceTV

This ain't no lie. SundanceTV has picked up season two of the UK TV show Liar. When ITV renewed Liar for a second season, back in November, they said production would begin in 2019, so fans will have to wait a while for new episodes. The drama explores conflicting points of view and recollections about the one night two people shared. The cast includes Ioan Gruffudd, Joanna Froggatt, Zoë Tapper, Warren Brown, Richie Campbell, Jamie Flatters, Shelley Conn, and Danny Webb.Read More…
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Liar: Season One Ratings

Is this psychological thriller one of those limited event series that will remain a single installment mini-series, or will ITV and SundanceTV decide to renew their Liar TV show for a second season? If Liar does get a pickup, will it focus on the same characters, or will it morph into an anthology? Stay tuned. A modern exploration of gender politics, Liar stars Joanne Froggatt, Ioan Gruffudd, Zoë Tapper, Warren Brown, Richie Campbell, Jamie Flatters, Shelley Conn, Danny Webb, Rita McDonald Damper, Chu Omambala, Finn Bennett, Akbar Kurtha, Oliver Maltman, Tsion Habte, Ethan Risk, and Frasier Risk. While the widowed Dr. Andrew Earlham (Gruffudd) thinks they had a perfect first date, school teacher Laura Nielson (Froggatt) has a very different perception. The SundanceTV drama examines the respective truths of both Laura and Andrew and ponders where to draw the line between fact and
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Liar: Season Two Ordered by ITV But It Won't Air Soon

ITV isn't lying to you. Digital Spy reports the UK network has ordered a second season of their TV show Liar.Season one of the thriller followed a teacher (Joanne Froggatt) and a highly regarded surgeon (Ioan Gruffudd) who share one date with dire consequences. The cast also included Zoë Tapper, Warren Brown, Richie Campbell, Jamie Flatters, Shelley Conn, Danny Webb, and Rita McDonald Damper.Read More…
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Liar

Network: SundanceTV. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: September 27, 2017 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Joanne Froggatt, Ioan Gruffudd, Zoë Tapper, Warren Brown, Richie Campbell, Jamie Flatters, Shelley Conn, Danny Webb, Rita McDonald Damper, Chu Omambala, Finn Bennett, Akbar Kurtha, Oliver Maltman, Tsion Habte, Ethan Risk, and Frasier Risk. TV show description: A modern gender politics drama, the Liar TV show comes from Jack Williams and Harry Williams. Throughout the series, the narrative explores conflicting points of view and recollections about the one night two people shared. Bright, blunt, and headstrong, Laura Nielson (Froggatt) is a popular English teacher at the local secondary school. When
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‘Liar’ Review: Great Acting Can’t Conceal The Over-the-Top Melodrama of This Miniseries

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‘Liar’ Review: Great Acting Can’t Conceal The Over-the-Top Melodrama of This Miniseries
You may have a perception in your head of what kind of show “Liar” is, based on SundanceTV’s advertising — an intriguing descent into different perspectives on one fateful night, when two attractive single people go on a date that ends up having massive repercussions.

Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) is a widowed doctor; Laura (Joanne Froggatt) is his teenage son’s schoolteacher. They meet for dinner, go back to her place, and things progress from there. But the next morning, Laura believes she’s been raped, and Andrew has no idea what she’s talking about.

It’s a premise theoretically drawn from the modern debate surrounding the question of consent, with the potential to explore whether or not miscommunication in these situations is truly possible. And for at least the first episode, viewers are left with legitimate doubts about… Well, not about who exactly is “right” and who is “wrong.
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‘Liar’ Trailer: ‘Downton’ Alum Joanne Froggatt Brings Prestige Thrills to Sundance TV Drama

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‘Liar’ Trailer: ‘Downton’ Alum Joanne Froggatt Brings Prestige Thrills to Sundance TV Drama
TV is no stranger to telling a story from different character angles. Showtime’s “The Affair” has made an entire three-season run out of looking back at key moments in a doomed, dangerous series of romantic encounters, reframing them through the eyes of participants and observers alike.

Liar,” the latest series from Sundance TV looks to be covering that territory in a new way. From creators Harry and Jack Williams (“Fleabag”), “Liar” stars Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd as two people each trying to piece together their versions of what happened on a fateful date.

Read More:Fall TV Preview: The 25 Most Anticipated New Shows of 2017

Froggatt, best known for her role as Mrs. Bates on “Downton Abbey,” stars as a teacher whose evening with surgeon Andrew (Gruffudd) leads to a swirl of violence, trauma, and accusations. Sundance has released its latest teaser for the series, told from Laura’s point of view.
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Liar: SundanceTV Unveils Teaser & Art for Thriller TV Series

Check out the new season one key art poster (above) and teaser (below), for the new Liar TV show. A psychological thriller from creators Harry Williams and Jack Williams, Liar premieres on Sundance TV on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at 10:00pm Et/Pt. Liar stars Joanne Froggatt, Ioan Gruffudd, Zoë Tapper, Warren Brown, Shelley Conn, Richie Campbell, Jamie Flatters, Danny Webb, Chu Omambala, and Akbar Kurtha. The six-part SundanceTV series is from Two Brothers Pictures and is co-produced with ITV and All3 Media. Read More…
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Strike Back: Philip Winchester May Return for the Cinemax Reboot Series

Is Philip Winchester returning for the upcoming Strike Back reboot? Recently, the star spoke with TV Guide about the Cinemax TV series.Winchester played Sergeant Michael Stonebridge on the original action drama, which followed the missions of Section 20, a classified branch of the British Defence Intelligence service. The cast also included Richard Armitage, Andrew Lincoln, Colin Salmon, and Shelley Conn. The show lasted for five seasons before ending in 2015.Read More…
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Strike Back: Cinemax and Sky Order Reboot Series

Welcome back to Strike Back. Deadline reports Cinemax and Sky have ordered a reboot of the popular TV series.Based on the novel of the same name by Chris Ryan, the original action drama followed the missions of Section 20, a classified branch of the British Defence Intelligence service. The cast included Richard Armitage, Andrew Lincoln, Colin Salmon, and Shelley Conn. The show lasted for five seasons before ending in 2015.Read More…
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Heartbeat: Cancelled Too Quickly by NBC?

A little over a week ago, NBC decided to cancel their new medical drama, Heartbeat. As a result of the cancellation, tonight's episode is the TV show's last. Was NBC justified in cancelling the series or should there be season two?

Set at the fictional St. Matthew's Hospital, Heartbeat follows a cardio-thoracic surgeon, Dr. Alex Panttiere (Melissa George), as she tries to juggle her personal and professional lives. She eagerly fights authority, particularly when it comes to her patients' health and well-being. The rest of the cast includes Dave Annable, Don Hany, Joshua Leonard, Jamie Kennedy, D.L. Hughley, Shelley Conn, Maya Erskine, and J. Louis Mills.

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Heartbeat: Season One Ratings

NBC already has one medical TV show on the schedule with Chicago Med and another one, The Night Shift, is expected to return this summer. Does the peacock network need a third? Will Heartbeat be a ratings success or Doa? Cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.

Set at the fictional St. Matthew's Hospital, Heartbeat follows a cardio-thoracic surgeon, Dr. Alex Panttiere (Melissa George), as she tries to juggle her personal and professional lives. She eagerly fights authority, particularly when it comes to her patients' health and well-being. The rest of the cast includes Dave Annable, Don Hany, Joshua Leonard, Jamie Kennedy, D.L. Hughley, Shelley Conn, Maya Erskine, and J. Louis Mills.

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Heartbeat: Cancel or Keep the New NBC Medical Drama?

[caption id="attachment_47412" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Photo: Colleen Hayes/NBC/caption]Viewers who like medical dramas can find them on NBC. Chicago Med has already been renewed for a season two and The Night Shift is returning for its third season in June. But, how is their newest medical drama Heartbeat doing? Will it be cancelled or renewed for a second season?

Set at the fictional St. Matthew's Hospital, Heartbeat follows a cardio-thoracic surgeon, Dr. Alex Panttiere (Melissa George), as she tries to juggle her personal and professional lives. She eagerly fights authority, particularly when it comes to her patients' health and well-being. The rest of the cast includes Dave Annable, Don Hany, Joshua Leonard, Jamie Kennedy, D.L. Hughley, Shelley Conn, Maya Erskine, and J. Louis Mills.

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Chris Gorham Gets Temperatures Rising on NBC's Heartbeat — Video

Chris Gorham Gets Temperatures Rising on NBC's Heartbeat — Video
Tonight on Heartbeat (NBC, 8/7c), Covert Affairs favorite Chris Gorham plays a sculptor — though it’s his form that the hospital COO may have designs on, as seen in this sneak peek.

RelatedHeartbeat: Did NBC’s Medical Drama Get Your Pulse Racing?

Gorham guest-stars as Wyatt, a sculptor commissioned to install his art at the hospital. When Millicent Silvano (Terra Nova‘s Shelley Conn) shows up at the site of his installation to carp about the commotion, she soon enough is distracted by his… way with words.

RelatedNBC’s The Night Shift Gets Season 3 Premiere Date

Elsewhere in the episode,
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Heartbeat: Did NBC's Medical Drama Get Your Pulse Racing?

Heartbeat: Did NBC's Medical Drama Get Your Pulse Racing?
The future of NBC’s Heartbeat likely depends on how viewers respond to the “look at me!” opening minutes of Tuesday’s special preview: Heart transplant surgeon Dr. Alex Panttiere (played by AliasMelissa George) MacGyvers a medical procedure on a plane, gets her blouse bloodied and then speaks at a conference wearing a retro flight attendant uniform. It’s either cute or gimmicky, depending on your tolerance for such things.

RelatedHeartbeat Review: [Insert Your Own ‘Dead on Arrival’ Zinger Here]

Before you weigh in with your snappy judgement, let’s briefly recap the pilot:

Alex, in case you glossed over the show’s marketing materials, is a rebel.
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TV Review: ‘Heartbeat’

TV Review: ‘Heartbeat’
Melissa George’s pregnancy prompted NBC to reschedule “Heartbeat” from the fall to midseason, but the intervening months haven’t helped this medical drama find much of a pulse. Although derived from a book by a real-life heart surgeon, the series plays like a rather pallid “Grey’s Anatomy” knockoff, featuring another doctor who cares desperately about her patients, runs roughshod over subordinates and bosses alike, and walks and talks very, very fast.

If Kathy Magliato’s book was built, in part, around how cardiac surgery remains a largely male bastion, there are enough brilliant female doctors patrolling the halls of TV to make George’s Dr. Alexandra Panttiere feel a little less special. The day-to-day pressures of the hospital, meanwhile, share time with a sort-of romantic triangle, involving Alex’s relationship with her dreamy doc boyfriend (Dave Annable) and the surgical mentor (Don Hany) who suddenly shows up, unleashing
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Heartbeat Season 1 Review

Three episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

It’s easy to see why NBC made Heartbeat, the network’s newest stab at the hyper-tense world of surgeries and sexual workplace politics – a world which it made popular with ER and subsequently lost ground to with ABC’s similarly unending Grey’s Anatomy. Heartbeat, like those shows, mixes an over-the-top medical emergency each week into the personal drama of its diverse cast. It’s a formula that the network has proved can work for a few seasons, even when the show surrounding it can be middling at best, like The Night Shift.

With Heartbeat, the stories are now (somewhat) real, thanks to the show’s source material, “Heart Matters: A Memoir of a Female Heart Surgeon” by Dr. Kathy Magliato. The intrigue of that is quickly negated though by the network TV need to shock and drop bombs every five minutes
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NBC Announces 2015-2016 Fall TV Schedule with Trailers

As it closes in on its second consecutive season-long victory in the key adult 18-49 demographic, NBC unveils a new 2015-16 primetime schedule that combines popular returning series, edge-of-your-seat new dramas, inventive new comedies and season nine of the Emmy Award-winning musical competition series The Voice. NBC is on track to win the traditional September-to-May primetime season in adults 18-49 for the second year in a row after having gone the prior 10 years without an 18-49 win. Through 32 completed weeks of the season, NBC also ranks #1 or tied for #1 among the Big 4 networks in adults and men 18-34 and men and women 18-49.

In total viewers, NBC is running #2 for the season and within 7% of its year-ago Olympics-boosted average (8.8 million vs. 9.5 million), making this season and last NBC's two top-scoring seasons in total viewers since 2006-07. NBC has won the last three November sweeps in adults 18-49, as well as
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First trailers for NBC’s new series and fall schedule

NBC has unveiled its full primetime schedule for the upcoming 2015 TV season, and along with it, they’ve also released full-length trailers for a number of their new shows. Below is the schedule along with descriptions and trailers for their new line-up which includes the mysterious drama Blindspot from Greg Berlanti (the producer of Arrow and The Flash); along with Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris, which promises to be good thanks to the multi-talented star at the center of the show; as well as the hotly anticipated Heroes Reborn.

Blindspot:

From executive producer Greg Berlanti (“Arrow,” “The Flash,” “The Mysteries of Laura”) comes “Blindspot”: A vast international plot explodes when a beautiful Jane Doe, completely covered in mysterious, intricate tattoos, is discovered naked in Times Square with no memory of who she is or how she got there. But there’s one tattoo that is impossible
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‘Flim: The Movie’ Review

Stars: Raffaello Degruttola, Steven Waddington, Rebecca Atkinson, Jody Marriott Bar-Lev, Kacey Barnfield, Camille Coduri, Josh Cohen, Shelley Conn, Collette Cooper, Dan Davies, Skye Lucia Degruttola, Simone Lahbib, David Elliot, Sadie Frost, Christopher Fulford, Abhin Galeya | Written and Directed by Raffaello Degruttola

Flim The Movie is a very clever, very funny mockumentary. It was a surprise hit at Raindance Film Festival 2014 and despite a low budget and miniscule marketing spend found itself nominated for a British Independent Film Award alongside big hitters like Calvary and The Imitation Game. The story centres around a hapless, wannabe Bollywood director called Ravi (played by Raffaello Degruttola). He claims to have made at least one short film back in India and has come to the UK to make his first feature film. Capturing this is the Nick Broomfield-cum-Louis Theroux documentarian Scott (played by Steven Waddington).

As well as star in it, Degruttola produced and directed it.
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