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Ed Begley, Jr., and Tia Mowry are joining the cast of “Me, Myself & I” on a recurring basis in Season 1. Begley Jr. will play Governor Justin, the future version of Alex Riley’s stepbrother. In 1991, Justin (Christopher Richards) is constantly coming up with half-baked schemes that end in failure. Fifty-one years later, he’s the Governor of California. Mowry will play Wendy, the wife of Darryl (Jaleel White). Wendy relates to present-day Alex Riley’s (Bobby Moynihan) frustration over missing out on his daughter’s formative experiences. The series stars Moynihan in a comedy about the defining moments in one man’s life over three distinct periods — as a 14-year-old in 1991, at age 40 in present day, and at age 65 in 2042. “Me, Myself & I” premieres Monday, Sept. 25 at 9:30 p.m. on »
- Rebecca Rubin
Fox has given a put pilot commitment to Nightfall, a cop drama from Oscar-nominated writer Sheldon Turner (Up in the Air) and Emmy-winning producer Howard Gordon (24, Homeland). The project hails from Turner and Jennifer Klein’s Vendetta Productions, Gordon’s Teakwood Lane Productions and 20th Century Fox TV, where both companies are based. Written by Turner, Nightfall is about a New York City anti-crime unit headed by a charismatic, often unpredictable detective who… »
From Wonder Woman to Olivia Pope, every woman needs a little pampering.
So on one day every summer, Hollywood’s A-listers flock to Jennifer Klein’s Day of Indulgence to sip on margaritas, indulge in a foot massage and stock up on the latest fashions.
As soon as she arrived, Gadot — sipping on Icelandic Glacial water — headed to the Atelier Cologne table with Amy Adams to pick out their favorite scents. Nearby, »
- Melody Chiu
The Good Wife alumna Archie Panjabi is set to star opposite Austin Stowell in Fox’s untitled drama pilot (Fka Controversy), written by Up in the Air co-writer Sheldon Turner, directed by This Is Us' John Requa & Glenn Ficarra and executive produced by Scandal co-executive producer Judy Smith. The project, from 20th TV and Turner and Jennifer Klein's Vendetta Productions, tackles the hot-button topic of college campus sexual assault. It centers on Matt Kincaid (Austin… »
Fox has ordered two pilots — medical drama “The Resident” and “Controversy,” which is about sexual assault on college campuses — Variety has learned.
Both pilots are hourlong dramas and hail from 20th Century Fox Television.
“The Resident’ follows an idealistic young doctor who begins his first day under the supervision of a tough, brilliant senior resident who pulls the curtain back on all of the good and evil in modern day medicine.
The pilot hails from scribes Amy Holden Jones, Hayley Schore and Roshan Sethi. Holden Jones will serve as executive producer, while Schore and Sethi are co-executive producers. Oly Obst and Antoine Fuqua are also EPs. Fuqua Films and 3 Arts Entertainment are producing with 20th Century Fox TV.
In “Controversy,” the Junior Counsel of a prestigious Illinois university must deal with an out-of-control scandal when a young co-ed accuses several star football players of sexual assault. From the football coaches and boosters who wield outsize influence, to »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
5 items from 2017
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