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Good Behavior: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three on TNT?

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Vulture Watch Is Letty's best behavior good enough? Has the Good Behavior TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on TNT? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Good Behavior, 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 TNT cable channel, Good Behavior stars Michelle Dockery as thief and confidence artist Letty Raines. The cast also includes Juan Diego Botto, Terry Kinney, Lusia Strus, Joey Kern, Nyles Julian Steele. Although Letty always gets what she wants, in regaining custody of her son, Jacob (Steele), she nearly lost her love — the assassin, Javier (Botto). In season two, she’s mended fences with both him, and with her mother, Estelle (Strus).
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Good Behavior: Season Two Ratings

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Despite racking up ratings which have seen other TNT TV shows cancelled, Good Behavior was renewed for a second season. Based on the Letty Dobesh novella series by Blake Crouch, the gritty series seems in keeping with the cable network's image, but how long will that be enough? Will Good Behavior be cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned. A con artist drama from creators Chad Hodge and Crouch, Good Behavior stars Michelle Dockery as thief and confidence artist Letty Raines. The TNT TV series also stars Juan Diego Botto, Terry Kinney, Lusia Strus, Joey Kern, Nyles Julian Steele. Although Letty always gets what she wants, in regaining custody of her son, Jacob (Steele), she nearly lost her love -- the assassin, Javier (Botto). In season two, she's mended fences with both him, and with her mother, Estelle (Strus). Now, Letty, Javier,
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The Bachelor Party is Still On in Trailer for Joey Kern's Film 'Big Bear'

"This is the rebirth of Joe!" Blue Fox Entertainment has debuted the trailer for a comedy titled Big Bear, from actor-turned-filmmaker Joey Kern, who also stars in the film on top of writing & directing it. Big Bear is about a group of guys who get together for a bachelor party, only to discover his fiancée was cheating on him and now the wedding is called off. The party is still on anyway, and they wake up to discover that one of them has kidnapped the man who is sleeping with his fiancée. Joey Kern stars along with Adam Brody, Tyler Labine, Toby Huss, Zachary Knighton, and Pablo Schreiber. This seems like a "dudes" movie with nothing but dudes in the script, being dudes, and messing with other dudes. It doesn't look that good. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Joey Kern's comedy Big Bear, direct from YouTube: In Big Bear,
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Good Behavior: Season Two Premiere Date Announced by TNT

The life of thief and con artist Letty Raines isn't going to get less complicated any time soon. TNT has announced that their Good Behavior TV show will return for its second season on Sunday, October 15th, at 9pm.Here's the press release:Life on the Run Gets Messy…and Dangerous In Season 2 of TNT's Hit Drama Good Behavior, Premiering Oct. 15Michelle Dockery and Juan Diego Botto Star in Seductive Drama With Terry Kinney, Lusia Strus and Joey KernRead More…
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Good Behavior Announces Season 2 Premiere Date

Letty Raines will be back to con another day very soon.

Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery, who plays the career con artist Letty, will be back to being her best worst self in October, when TNT's drama Good Behavior returns for Season 2.

Juan Diego Botto, Terry Kinney, Lusia Strus and Joey Kern will


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TNT & TBS Unveil Fall 2017 Premiere Dates For ‘Good Behavior,’ ‘Search Party’, New Tracy Morgan Comedy ‘The Last O.G.’

TNT has announced the season two premiere date for the drama Good Behavior while TBS has dropped premiere dates for their expansive slate of comedies. The TNT drama starring award-winning actress Michelle Dockery will return on Sunday October 15 at 9 p.m. The series thief and con artist Letty Raines, whose life is always one wrong turn or one bad decision away from implosion. Juan Diego Botto, Terry Kinney, Lusia Strus and Joey Kern also star in the seductive drama, which…
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Pablo Schreiber Comedy ‘Big Bear’ Lands September Release

Pablo Schreiber Comedy ‘Big Bear’ Lands September Release
Blue Fox Entertainment has acquired worldwide rights for the comedy “Big Bear” and will be releasing it in theaters and on VOD on Sept. 22.

Big Bear” marks the directorial debut of actor Joey Kern, who stars along with Pablo Schreiber (“Orange Is the New Black”), Adam Brody, Tyler Labine, Zachary Knighton, and Toby Huss. The film was financed by Maybe This Year Productions and produced by Mty Productions in association with Fortress Features.

The story centers Kern’s character getting dumped by his cheating fiancée for Schreiber’s character and going ahead with his bachelor party up at Big Bear Lake thanks to the urging of his three best friends (Brody, Labine, and Knighton). Things take a turn for the worse the next morning when he discovers Schreiber’s character has been kidnapped by his friends and tied up in the basement.

Kern also wrote the script and produced with Luke Edwards, Mty Productions
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Blue Fox Entertainment acquires 'Big Bear'

Kidnapping comedy marks Blue Fox Entertainment’s first theatrical release.

Blue Fox Entertainment has announced it has acquired worldwide rights to the comedy Big Bear and will release in theatres and on VOD on September 22.

The title will be Blue Fox Entertainment’s first theatrical release and centres on a man dumped by his girlfriend who goes ahead with his bachelor party and discovers the man his fiancée ran off with has been kidnapped by his friends.

The film marks the directorial debut of actor Joey Kern, known for TNT’s Good Behavior and Super Troopers, who stars alongside Pablo Schreiber, Adam Brody, Tyler Labine, Zachary Knighton, and Toby Huss.

Big Bear was financed by Maybe This Year Productions (Mty), which also produced in association with Fortress Features.

Kern wrote the script and produced with Mty ProductionsBrandon Evans, Fortress FeaturesBrett Forbes and Patrick Rizzotti, and Luke Edwards.

“We want to make a big splash with our
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Blue Fox Picks Up ‘Big Bear’ Comedy Starring Adam Brody & Pablo Schreiber

Blue Fox Picks Up ‘Big Bear’ Comedy Starring Adam Brody & Pablo Schreiber
Blue Fox Entertainment has secured the worldwide rights to Big Bear, a comedy from first-time feature director Joey Kern, with a planned day-and-date release September 22. It will be the first U.S. theatrical release for Blue Fox’s recently launched distribution banner. Big Bear was written by Kern, who also stars with Pablo Schreiber (American Gods), Adam Brody (The O.C.), Tyler Labine (Deadbeat), Zachary Knighton (Happy Endings) and Toby Huss (Halt and Catch Fire). The…
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Two Brothers Underestimate Their Starlette in A Beginner’s Guide to Snuff

Taglne: “Making it in Hollywood Can be Murder!” The Butcher Brothers return to horror with A Beginner's Guide to Snuff! This time, Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores are mixing horror with comedy. In the film, two brothers attempt to make Jennifer (Bree Williamson) famous, by shooting a faux snuff film. But, Jennifer thinks the film is real and she fights back, tooth and nail. This title, from Indican Pictures, is set to show in a few theatres this week. A home entertainment launch is set for July. A preview of the film's Us launch is available here. Joey Kern and Luke Edwards play the Winters brothers. They hatch a plan, to become famous. But, the brothers cannot make Jennifer co-operate. Then, the tables are turned. The brothers are now the victims and they might be making a real snuff film, at gun point. The Butcher Brothers have been making horror films,
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'A Beginner's Guide to Snuff': Film Review

'A Beginner's Guide to Snuff': Film Review
Two aspiring filmmakers pick the wrong scream queen in Mitchell Altieri's riff on torture porn and hunger for fame, A Beginner's Guide to Snuff. Kidnapping an actress on the theory that her performance in a fabricated snuff flick will be more believable if she thinks it's real, they get more than a little confused themselves, soon bumbling into real peril. Though less clever than it thinks it is, the movie has a light enough attitude to please some genre fans once it slides into its afterlife on home-vid.

Joey Kern and Luke Edwards play Dresden and Dominic Winters, brothers on...
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Film Review: ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Snuff’

Film Review: ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Snuff’
Most real-world and folkloric taboos alike have lost some of their ability to outrage in entertainment form — the never-ending zombie vogue has devalued cannibalism, while childhood sexual abuse has become the lazy screenwriter’s fallback explanatory plot revelation. But even in an era of almost-anything-goes internet content, snuff movies retain their ickiness and ambiguity as a possibly mythical phenomenon that humanity’s capacity for evil suggests surely must have really existed somewhere.

It’s a gamy thing to use as fodder for humor. It’s central to the mixed bag that is “A Beginner’s Guide to Snuff” that Mitchell Altieri’s film turns a tasteless comic conceit fairly frivolous and inoffensive. Murder has long been fodder for lightweight black comedy — what community theater hasn’t staged “Arsenic and Old Lace” with nary a murmur of controversy? — but snuff is something else, with its suggestions of sadistic perversion and seamy entrepreneurship. It’s somewhat impressive that this latest feature by the prolific Butcher Brothers (erstwhile co-director Phil Flores takes a backseat as executive producer here) renders an inherently repulsive idea farcical enough to bounce jokes off. The problem is that this watchable indie isn’t all that funny, clever or surprising despite its outré premise.

Lower-rent versions of the Wilson brothers whom no Wes Anderson has yet “discovered,” Dresden (Joey Kern) and Dominic Winters (Luke Edwards) are Minnesota siblings transplanted to L.A. in search of acting fame. It’s proved elusive to the point where they face returning to Chez Mom & Dad’s in shamed defeat. Dresden, the older and more maniacal blond of the two, cannot stomach that fate. He seizes on a potential last-chance breakthrough: Entering a horror-movie contest whose winner gets a quarter mil in production costs plus industry contacts. It’s also his brainstorm that they not only make a faux snuff film but heighten its prize-magnetizing “realism” by actually kidnapping and terrorizing their star. Once the footage is in the can, the prospect of career liftoff will presumably keep her from, say, criminally prosecuting the Winters.

All this seems a pretty terrible plan to the comparatively grounded Dominic, but he lets himself be pushed into it by big bro. After an unfunny sequence in which the latter insults auditioning actresses at a cattle call, they settle on Jennifer (Bree Williamson), who seems smart, attractive and game enough to forgive them when the ruse is exposed. They duly kidnap her — not without considerable bruising struggle — then take her to the warehouse their doting landlord, Jorge (Perry Layton Ojeda), has lent them for the evening.

Strapped to a table, at the mercy of two masked abductors, Jennifer appears terrified at first, despite her ersatz tormentors’ bungling and bickering. Dresden begins taking his role a little too seriously (evidently he has a history of instability), which exacerbates tensions between the brothers. Then there’s the fact that a real-life killer has been running around L.A. castrating men, something noted insistently enough to ensure it will sooner or later prove central to the narrative.

Kern and Edwards make an amiable pair of goofballs, and there’s an occasional bright line (amid too many in-joke movie references) in the team-written script. Still, “Beginner’s Guide” is rather tepid in laughs and outrageousness so long as the focus is on the boys, with their familiar “Dumb and Dumber” dynamic and ineptly faked bwa-ha-ha villainy. It gets livelier when the tables are turned, our heroes discovering their captive is considerably craftier — not to mention deadlier — than they.

Even then, the film feels relatively uninspired and tame, raising a few chuckles but nary an eyebrow. It should be said, however, that soap veteran Williamson fully rises to the occasion of her character’s hidden dimensions — if the material were better, she’d have knocked it out of the park. There’s also fun to be had from the scenes with Ojeda, who wrings sly notes from the potentially tired stereotype of the older gay neighbor whose lust objects are so corn-fed clueless they assume he’s a “ladies’ man.”

It’s another middling effort by the Butcher Brothers, who haven’t matched the pleasant-surprise peak of their 2006 vampire-family opus “The Hamiltons” (not even in its 2012 sequel, “The Thompsons”). While they’ve stayed pretty much within the horror genre since, at least they continue to approach it from different angles, with variable success but no lack of industry.

Though small in cast and location scale, “Beginner’s Guide” is decently paced and shot. The retro ’70s look of the opening credits proves one among several avenues it doesn’t pursue enough (or at all) after introducing, another such being the underlapped satirical potential in Dresden’s crazy inner voice being that of a motivational infomercial spokesman (Carter MacIntyre).

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Good Behavior: Joey Kern to Have Bigger Role in Season Two of TNT Series

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Get ready to see more Joey Kern on Good Behavior. Deadline reports the actor has been upped to a series regular for season two of the TNT TV show.Kern plays Rob on the drama, which follows the story of a female thief and con artist named Letty Raines (Michelle Dockery). The cast also includes Lusia Strus, Terry Kinney, and Juan Diego Botto.Read More…
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‘Good Behavior’ Ups Joey Kern To Regular; ‘The Chi’ Adds Ntare Mwine

Joey Kern, who recurred in the latter half of the first season of TNT drama Good Behavior, has been promoted to series regular for Season 2. Good Behavior, based on a series of books by Blake Crouch, tells the story of Letty Raines (Michelle Dockery), a thief and con artist whose life is always one wrong turn or one bad decision from implosion. Kern plays Rob, a relatively simple guy who owns a lawncare business called Rob’s Grasshoppers. He was classmates with Letty, but…
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DVD Review – Bloodsucking Bosses (2015)

Bloodsucking Bosses, 2015.

Directed by Brian James O’Connell.

Starring Fran Kranz, Pedro Pascal, Joey Kern, Joel Murray, Emma Fitzpatrick, Yvette Yates and Marshall Givens.


Evan is a dedicated office worker who is passed over for promotion in favour of newcomer Max, but once Max settles in to his new job the bodies start piling up.

Otherwise known as Bloodsucking Bastards, which would guarantee it not getting put on the shelves at your local supermarket, Bloodsucking Bosses takes all of those clichés and stereotypes that you know from The Office, Office Space and, of course, your own experiences in your dead-end day job and throws them back at you with wry humour and bloody vampire action.

Evan (Fran KranzThe Cabin in the Woods) is the acting sales manager in a large corporation hoping to get offered the position full-time from his boss Ted (Joel MurrayThe Artist) but he
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Giveaway – Win Bloodsucking Bosses DVD and merchandise

To support the DVD release of Bloodsucking Bosses, out Monday 16th May, we have some branded goodies to spice up your office space with, courtesy of Entertainment One.

Evan (Fran Kanz) is in a rut. He’s over-worked in a soul-destroying sales job and he’s just been dumped his girlfriend Amanda (Emma Fitzpatrick), who also happens to be his Hr manager. To add insult to injury, his boss (Joel Murray) has just passed him over for promotion and parachuted in Max (Pedro Pascal), Evan’s college nemesis.

Soon after Max’s arrival, people begin acting strangely and the bodies start piling up, but Evan is initially too preoccupied with himself to notice. When he eventually catches on that Max is a bloodsucker in the very literal sense, he bands together his slacker best friend Tim (Joey Kern) and the remaining humans to rescue Amanda and save their careers from hitting an (un)dead end.
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TNT’s ‘Good Behavior’ Adds Joey Kern in Recurring Role (Exclusive)

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TNT’s ‘Good Behavior’ Adds Joey Kern in Recurring Role (Exclusive)
TNT’s new drama series “Good Behavior” has added Joey Kern in a recurring role, TheWrap has exclusively learned. The series also stars “Downton Abbey” alum Michelle Dockery. “Good Behavior” is based on a series of novels by Blake Crouch. Dockery is set to play Letty Dobesh, a thief and con artist fresh out of prison. Also Read: 'Downton Abbey' Star Michelle Dockery Cast in TNT Pilot 'Good Behavior' Kern will play the role of Rob McDaniels, who has worked his ass off to make Rob’s Grasshoppers the #1 lawn care business in town. He works hard,
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Review: Cabin Fever (2016)

In 2002, director Eli Roth threw his proverbial hat into the horror ring, with Cabin Fever, a film that a lot of horror fans consider a modern day splatter classic. The shocker, which revolved around a group of vacationing students who end up coming into contact with a flesh-eating virus, was filled to the brim with good practical fx, interesting performances from Rider Strong, Joey Kern and Jordan Ladd and a handful of Wtf moments, making it an instant hit with genre fans. 2009 saw the Ti West-helmed sequel, which had its own notorious stories due to some epic studio tampering. A good five years later, fans saw Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, a balls to the wall gross out splatter film that brought a new vibe to the series and showed that maybe the series had some fight left in it….until it was announced that the follow up to
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November 3rd Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Bloodsucking Bastards, Stung, MÉXICO Barbaro

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Halloween may be over, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t great horror and sci-fi movies arriving this Tuesday on Blu-ray and DVD. Scream Factory is keeping themselves busy with the release of both Bloodsucking Bastards and Stung (the latter in conjunction with IFC Midnight), and for those of you creature feature fans out there, Lavalantula comes home on November 3rd.

Other notable releases this week include México Barbaro, The Diabolical, Arrow’s special edition Blu for Tenderness of the Wolves, and The Diabolical.

Bloodsucking Bastards (Scream Factory Blu-ray & DVD)

Bloodsucking Bastards stars Fran Kranz as Evan Sanders, a low-level, dutiful employee stuck in a boring job at a soul-killing every corporation. Evan’s the kind of guy who does all the work and gets none of the credit, but at least he gets to spend his days with his beautiful co-worker/girlfriend Amanda (Emma Fitzpatrick) and
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