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Last season, The Librarians had a positive debut but the ratings slipped quite a bit as the season progressed. It still ended up as one of the cable channel's highest rated scripted shows. Will the numbers continue to fall in season two? Cancelled or renewed for a third season? Stay tuned.
On The Librarians, Flynn Carsen (Noah Wyle) has welcomed four new people to the library organization, to help solve ancient mysteries and recover/protect historical artifacts. Together, they fight against supernatural threats. The show stars Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, Lindy Booth, John Kim, and John Larroquette.
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There is a spin-off in the works for TNT's sophomore series, The Librarians, but it's not coming to a TV near you. Aptly enough, you will be more likely to find it on a shelf in your local library. Tor/Forge announces Greg Cox will write the TV tie-in novel, The Librarians and the Lost Lamp, for Tor Books.
The Librarians are a secret organization, which protects the world from magic. The series stars Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, Lindy Booth, John Kim, and John Larroquette. Noah Wyle recurs as Flynn Carsen, the role he played in TNT’s movie trilogy: The Librarian. Season two of The Librarians premieres on TNT, Sunday, November 1, 2015, at 8:00pm Et/Pt. Continue on, for the publisher's announcement. Read More… »
Since he first appeared as medical student John Carter in the Emergency Room of County General Hospital, Ill., Noah Wyle has specialised in playing a particular type of brainy hero. During his record-breaking tenure in ER, Wyle was notably the first to portray a fictional version of Steve Jobs in biopic Pirates Of Silicon Valley, a part that earned him an invitation from Mr Jobs to play a prank on the audience at the 1999 Macworld Expo.
Among a host of stage and screen roles, Wyle also played the small but memorable role of Dr Monitoff, a science teacher with an interest in parallel universes in 2001's Donnie Darko, followed in 2004 with the part of Flynn Carsen, perpetual student-turned-Indiana-Jones-type in three The Librarian television movies. »
Hulu has acquired exclusive subscription VOD rights to past episodes of TNT’s drama series “The Librarians,” starring Noah Wyle and Rebecca Romijn — two weeks before season 2 of the show premieres on the cabler.
The pickup is the latest move in the battle among Internet streamers for TV shows this fall, with a flurry of deals announced in recent weeks by Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.
Starting Friday, all 10 episodes “The Librarians” season one are streaming exclusively on Hulu, to let viewers catch up ahead of the sophomore season debut Nov. 1 on TNT. Hulu acquired rights to “The Librarians” under a new pact with Dean Devlin’s Electric Entertainment.
The show is available to Hulu subscribers on the limited-commercial $7.99 per month plan or the commercial-free $11.99 monthly option.
- Todd Spangler
TNT have released the first trailer for the second season of their quirky supernatural family adventure series "The Librarians" along with announcing a two-hour season premiere on November 1st.
Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, John Laroquette, Noah Wyle, Lindy Booth and John Kim return in the series about a group of people who work in a secret, inter-dimensional magic library who set out to save mysterious, ancient artifacts that could end the world.
- Garth Franklin
TNT's sophomore fantasy drama, The Librarians returns for season two, with back-to-back episodes, Sunday, November 1, 2015 beginning at 8:00pm Et/Pt.
The Librarians are a secret organization, which protects the world from magic we muggles don't realize is all around us. The series stars Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, Lindy Booth, John Kim, and John Larroquette. Noah Wyle recurs as Flynn Carsen, the role he played in TNT's movie trilogy: The Librarian. Read on for the press release from TNT and beneath that, a video preview.Read More… »
I’m covering material from Wizard World in Ft. Lauderdale in Florida this weekend and I’ve had some time to sit and speak to a few actors. Among them, Christian Kane, one of the stars of The Librarians which returns for its second season this November 1st and Co-Star of the past hit series Leverage. I interviewed Christian with a few questions in mind and one of those questions ended up bearing unexpected fruit. Here’s Christians response to my question: “Now, I’ve been curious, because it seems like […] if we look at your career, which has been phenomenal. It seems like you’re being groomed towards a comic book role down this road. Librarians is pretty close in a sense. Is there anything you can share with us that is coming down the pipe?” Christian Kane: “I don’t really know… [*wink*] I know that […] I know »
"This is Halloween, this is Halloween, Hallow–"... well, not quite, but these Funko The Nightmare Before Christmas mystery minis can tide you over until the actual day. Also: The Walking Dead #1 variant for Wizard World Con Ft. Lauderdale, release details for Wrecker, and The Haunted World of Claire Wilmenson trailer.
The set includes the elusive Pumpkin King, the lovely Sally, and inhabitants of Halloween Town like Oogie Boogie’s henchman, Lock, Shock, and Barrel!
Each figure has a 1 in 12 rarity! Which figure will you get?! Coming in October!"
Images via Funko:
The Walking Dead #1: Press Release: "Fort Lauderdale, Fla., September 14, 2015 -- Wizard World, Inc. (Otcbb: Wizd) and Skybound, Robert Kirkman's imprint at Image Comics, today announced that superstar artist Julian Totino Tedesco has drawn the 19th in a »
- Tamika Jones
It’s not just the broadcast networks that will have big premieres this fall, as TNT has set November premiere dates for two returning shows and one new series: Legends, The Librarians, and Agent X. The first of three series that will premiere will be The Librarians, which kicks off its second season on Sunday, Nov. 1, at 8 p.m. The show stars Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, Lindy Booth, John Kim, and John Larroquette, and its Season 1 finale aired back in January, bringing in a total audience of around 3 million viewers. The following night, Monday, Nov. 2, will see the return of the Sean Bean-led drama Legends. Season 2 of Legends will premiere at 10 p.m. that Monday night and will usher in a bevy of new series regulars, including Kelly Overton (True Blood), Winter Ave Zoli (Sons of Anarchy), Steve Kazaee (Shameless), and Aisling Franciosi (The Fall). Meanwhile, Season 1 regulars Tina Majorino and Ali Larter, »
- Chris King
By John M. Whalen
In 2009 a gelding trained and owned by a couple of cowboys from New Mexico won the Kentucky Derby running at 50-1 odds. Mine That Bird hadn’t won a single race in the United States before that and only qualified to run the Derby because of the stakes he’d won in Canada. Not only that, Mine That Bird was small and slightly “crooked up front,” as his trainer, Chip Wooley (Skeet Ulrich) says when he first sees him. He’s skeptical at first when he flies up to Canada to see him and advises his boss/friend Mark Allen (Christian Kane) to pass on him. But when he sees Mine That Bird whizz around the track he decides they need to buy him. Asking price, half a million. The Canadians who owned him had paid only $9,500 for him.
Sony Pictures’ “50-1,” (2014) directed and co-written by Jim Wilson, »
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The Kaniacs were out in full force last night in St. Louis! Actor/singer-songwriter Christian Kane is in town! Christian, best known for his roles on the shows Angel, Leverage, and The Librarians, is a guest at this year’s Wizard World Comic Con here in St. Louis (for more detailed look at this year’s festivities, read our article Here). Kane also appeared in the movies 50 To 1, Just Married and Second Hand Lions
Kane took stage at The Hard Rock Café last night for a special concert and pre-con party. He took questions from his adoring fans, some of who had travelled to St. Louis from as far away as Oregon for the sold out event. He then grabbed his guitar and played a one-hour acoustic set of his music.
- Tom Stockman
If Christian Kane gets hungry this weekend at Wizard Works Comic Con, he’ll likely head over to the Tenacious Eats Presents Super-8 Super Snacks event Saturday at 2.
We were going to show the Marvel Super-Heroes cartoon, it turns out there’s a moratorium on all things Marvel at this time (thanks a lot, Avengers!), but the show will go on!
Tenacious Eats “movies for Foodies’ is a one-of-a-kind event where food is prepared and plated in front of you while you watch a film on the big screen. We’ve covered many of the movie-dinners here at We Are Movie Geeks. Now we’ll be teaming up with Tenacious Eats this Saturday at Wizard World Comic Con for an event we’re calling Tenacious Eats Presents Super-8 Super Snacks. It will be from 2pm to 2:45pm in Room 106 at America’s Center
We will be showing a pair »
- Tom Stockman
If Christian Kane gets hungry this weekend at Wizard World Comic Con in St. Louis, he’ll likely head over to the Tenacious Eats Presents Super-8 Marvel Munchies event Saturday at 2.
Tenacious Eats “Movies for Foodies’ is a one-of-a-kind event where food is prepared and plated in front of you while you watch a film on the big screen. We’ve covered many of the movie-dinners here at We Are Movie Geeks. Now we’ll be teaming up with Tenacious Eats this Saturday at Wizard World Comic Con for an event we’re calling Tenacious Eats Presents Super-8 Marvel Munchies. It will be from 2pm to 2:45pm in Room 106 at America’s Center.
The astronomical success of The Avengers Age Of Ultron and its $200 Million worth of state-of-the-art CGI effects show how far the Marvel Universe has evolved. Marvel Comics very first foray into film was a 1966 syndicated package »
- Tom Stockman
Dean Devlin’s Electric Entertainment, in town with a slate that includes Anthony Hopkins thriller Go With Me, has closed a $20m production facility with First Republic Bank (Frb) to finance the second season of TNT show The Librarians.
The funding is part of an overall $75m credit line spanning three years to allow Electric to expand its film, TV and sales operations.
Devlin (pictured) recently wrapped on his feature directorial debut Geostorm, which Warner Bros will distribute in October 2016.
Devlin produces »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
Producer Dean Devlin‘s Electric Entertainment has closed a deal for $20 million in production funding with First Republic Bank, the company announced on Thursday at the Cannes Film Festival. The financing will be used to for “The Librarians” on TNT, starring Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane and John Larroquette, and featuring Noah Wyle. Production is slated to begin in June. Also Read: 19 Cannes Movies On the Radar: Hot Titles, Must-See Picks (Photos) Electric also increased its corporate bank credit and has now closed over $75 million in financing with First Republic Bank in the past three years. This access to capital has. »
- Sharon Waxman
Electric has closed a $20 million production facility with the bank to finance the second season of the TNT show “The Librarians,” starring Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane and John Larroquette and featuring Noah Wyle. Production is slated to begin in June.
Electric has now closed over $75 million in financing with First Republic Bank in the past three years to facilitate Electric’s expansion of its operations in TV and feature film production, along with growth of its worldwide sales arm.
- Dave McNary
Pop culture comes to life in St. Louis next month! It’s the Wizard World Comic Con May 22nd through the 24th at America’s Center downtown (701 Convention Plaza – St. Louis, Mo 63101). As usual, Wizard World has an impressive line-up of celebrity guests including Elvira, Christian Kane, and George Romero, but the star I’m most excited to meet is actor Michael Rooker.
Michael Rooker was born in Jasper, Alabama in 1955. He has eight brothers and sisters. His parents divorced when he was 13 years old, and he moved with his mother and siblings to Chicago, Illinois, where he studied at the Goodman School of Drama. Rooker made his feature film debut by playing the title character in the gritty 1985 horror classic Henry Portrait Of A Serial Killer. He followed this with significant big-screen roles in Tombstone, Days Of Thunder, Cliffhanger, JFK, Mississippi Burning, Sea Of Love, The Dark Half, Mallrats, »
- Tom Stockman
Want some action? We’ve got plenty from two guys who know to create it. From Spawn to Falcon Rising, Michael Jai White has never shied away from the heat and he proves it again with his new film, Skin Trade. Plus Christian Kane balances the thrills in The Librarians, but proves his musical side in the new project 50 To One. Now, think about it – wouldn’t he make a great Wolverine? We ask for his reaction to that.
Be sure to follow us on Twitter @ThePointRadio. »
- Mike Raub
Here’s a voice to go with a face we’re sure you are familiar with. You’ve seen actor Burn Gorman in Dark Knight Rises, Game Of Thrones and now in AMC’s Turn:Washington’S Spies. He talks about his varied acting jobs and even how much fun it was on the set of Torchwood plus what his dream acting job would be.
- Mike Raub
It looks like Christian Kane won’t be the only special effect on display at Wizard World Comic Con in St. Louis the weekend of May 22nd – 24th. The multi-Academy Award® winning New Zealand design studio and physical manufacturing facility Weta will show off some of their best work at the show at its visually striking Exhibitor Booth. Weta Workshop’s body of work includes movies like The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Avatar, District 9, Chappie and many more.
Fans can meet Warren Dion Smith , international multi-award-winning hair and makeup artist at all three shows and have an opportunity to get a pair of Hobbit ears applied by one of the best in the business.
Fans who want to learn more about the makeup and prosthetics craft should also attend the Weta panels where Warren will perform a major Middle-earth makeup transformation on stage while fielding questions from the crowd. »
- Tom Stockman
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