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Last year, USA Network aired the Rush TV series -- a dark drama that revolved around a troubled physician. It was cancelled due to low ratings. This year, the cable channel is airing another troubled doctor drama. Will it perform any better? Will it be survive to see a second season? Stay tuned.
Complications follows a disillusioned suburban doctor (Jason O'Mara) who's still dealing with the emotional effects of his young daughter's death from cancer. He unexpectedly becomes a vigilante hero when he intervenes in a drive-by shooting, saving a 12-year-old boy's life. The rest of the cast includes Jessica Szohr, Lauren Stamile, Chris Chalk, Beth Riesgraf, and RonReaco Lee.
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Network: USA Network
Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
TV show dates: June 18, 2015 -- present
Series status: USA Network Has not been cancelled
TV show description:
This dramatic series revolves around a disillusioned suburban doctor John Ellison. While still dealing with the emotional effects of his 8-year-old daughter's death from cancer, he unexpectedly becomes a vigilante hero when he intervenes in a drive-by shooting, saving a 12-year-old boy's life.
When John learns the boy, Antoine Tyler, is still marked for death, he's compelled to save him at any cost. Through this journey, he must compromise his morals, often doing the wrong thing for all the right reasons.
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There's something amusing about sitting down to talk to Irish actor Jason O'Mara about playing George Washington, arguably the greatest American in our nation's history, in the latest take on America's founding in the History Channel's Sons of Liberty, out now on Blu-Ray. Nationalism aside, anytime anyone takes on the task or bringing Washington to life, they take on a huge responsibility. George Washington, historically, is an anomaly; one who has as many myths and legends surrounding him to rival even King Arthur. And the comparison is fair, as many consider Washington the "American King," which would have rubbed the real Washington the wrong way.
From wooden teeth to chopping down cherry trees, the way 18th century writers painted him, Washington came off as larger than life, when really, he was a so-so general who lost more battles than he won, was deeply isolationist (preferring America to not meddle »
At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered.
TV Worth Watching
"Critics' Choice Television Awards" (Sunday on A&E at 8 p.m.)
FX's final season of "Justified" and HBO's "Olive Kitteridge" have the most nominations going into this year's live show, which is hosted by Cat Deeley. A one-hour red carpet special will air before the awards are handed out. Check out the nominations. Hopefully there will be some memorable/juicy moments and speeches.
"Game of Thrones" (Sunday on HBO at 9 p.m.)
If you're not into awards shows, or you just want something to cut to during commericals or boring speeches, "Game of Thrones" will be airing Season 5, Episode 8, "Hardhome" on May 31. In this episode, Arya will make progress in her training, Sansa will confront an old friend, Cersei will "struggle," and Jon will »
- Gina Carbone
Right now we are looking at a very manly cast for Netflix's drama of Irish Commandant Pat Quinlan, played by hunky Dornan, as he leads a stand-off with troops against French and Belgian mercenaries in the 1960s Congo. TV's Jason O'Mara, who led Fox's beleaguered "Terra Nova" and appeared on "The Good Wife" and elsewhere, has just been added to the ensemble. Directed by first-timer Richie Smyth and written by Kevin Brodbin (whose story credits including "Constantine" do not bode well), this muscly drama enters production this April in Ireland and South Africa, and will stream across all territories in 2016. Netflix snapped up "Jadotville" out of this year's Berlinale. Read More: "Fifty Shades" Star Jamie Dornan Joins "Anthropoid" Netflix is reportedly spending $450 million on original content this year, and it shows. Its feature film slate includes Duplass grabs out of SXSW "6 Years" and "Mason Family »
- Ryan Lattanzio
Long gone are the summers filled with reruns of favorite shows. Also, is the notion that summer replacement shows are "not good enough" for the fall. Some of today's most popular shows are those that premiere in the summer.
USA network announced its summer line up during its annual Upfront presentation which includes two new drama series: Mr. Robot and Complications. Mr. Robot, (a terrible name for hopefully a much better series), is described as a techno-thriller starring Christian Slater and Rami Malek. Malek plays a young programmer recruited by Slater to join an underground hacker group. Complications is created by Matt Nix (Burn Notice) and stars Jason O'Mara (Life on Mars) and Jessica Szohr (Gossip Girl).
Comic-Con International announced the full three-day schedule for WonderCon 2015, which will take place from Friday, April 3 to Sunday, April 5 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. You can clickHere to check out the entire convention schedule, but we have pulled out all of the movie, TV, Blu-ray and DVD related panel presentations below. Take a look at what WonderCon 2015 has to offer!
Friday, April 3
12:00pm - 1:00pm - Going Back to The Future
Filmmakers Jason Aron, Louis Krubich, and Lee Leshen discuss their film Back in Time, a feature-length documentary that shows the cultural impact of the Back to The Future franchise-just in time to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the initial film. Room 207
12:30pm - 1:30pm - Batman
Last year marked the 75th anniversary of the Batman. Now let's take a look into what the future may have to offer for the iconic »
Following the first trailer released in January, Warner Bros. has released the first clip for Batman Vs. Robin during this week's episode of the web series DC All Access. This scene gives us our first look at the Court of Owls, as Batman (Jason O'Mara) does battle with three of these villains inside their lair. If that wasn't enough, director Jay Oliva also broke down the story, and explains how Batman's son Damien first interacts with the Court of Owls. Take a look at what he had to say below.
"So, Batman Vs. Robin is really a father-son story. It carries the events directly from Son of Batman that we set up, and pushes it forward. As with all things with young boys and their fathers, they kind of butt heads. Bruce Wayne, Batman, he has this idea in his had that, 'I have to make sure that Damien »
"In the interest of everyone's safety in light of the impending blizzard approaching New York, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment must regretfully cancel this evening's (1/26) premiere of "Justice League: Throne of Atlantis" at the Paley Center for Media. However, the originally-scheduled post-screening panel will gather this afternoon to pre-tape a discussion about the movie for streaming on Yahoo Screen -- paley.me/aqua -- this evening at 8:00pm Et/5:00pm Pt. We hope you will tune in and join us on #PaleyLive! Panelists are Matt Lanter, the voice of Aquaman, along with producer James Tucker, character designer Phil Bourassa and dialogue director Andrea Romano. Justice League: Throne of Atlantis stars Matt Lanter as Arthur Curry/Aquaman, Sumalee Montano as Mera, Sam Witwer as Ocean Master, Sirena Irwin as Queen Atlanna, Jerry O'Connell as Clark Kent/Superman, Jason O'Mara as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Rosario Dawson as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, »
The ad campaign for Sons of Liberty makes it look like The Avengers in powered wigs. Jason O'Mara is… George Washington! Michael Raymond-James is… Paul Revere! Dean Norris is… Ben Franklin! They face the viewer, heads slightly inclined, glowering joyously: a secret society of early American heroes, fanning out across the Colonies, taking the fight to the Crown. At first this three-part History Channel series, which debuts tonight, seems like it'll live up to its ad campaign, to its detriment, and dumb history down into spectacle and action for action's sake. It gets better and slightly deeper as it goes along, but never to such an extent that you wouldn't rather be re-watching HBO's John Adams, or maybe 1776. In the prologue, set in 1765, future founding patriot Sam Adams (Ben Barnes) escapes tax assessors who're irked that he's letting his pals take a payment raincheck and leads them on a foot »
- Matt Zoller Seitz
Following the first clip released earlier this month that featured Hal Jordan (Nathan Fillion) and Barry Allen (Christopher Gorham), Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has just released another clip from Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, which also features Green Lantern and The Flash teaming up together. This time, Green Lantern and Flash are given a mission by Batman (Jason O'Mara) to find Arthur Curry (Matt Lanter).
In Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Cyborg discovers an imminent threat in the depths of the oceans so powerful that it rallies together the newly formed Justice League. Meanwhile, wandering thousands of feet above the ocean floor is drifter Arthur Curry, a man with strange powers who may be the last chance to bridge the ancient Atlantean world with our own. Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and the rest of the Justice League must band together as they face off against warmongering Orm, an army of sea creatures, »
Comic Book Rescources have released a new clip from Justice League: Throne of Atlantis. When the first trailer hit last year, we got a synopsis which read: "As Orm and Black Manta make their move against the surface world after the battle with Apokolips forces in Justice League War had deadly consequences for Atlantis, the queen of the lost underwater civilization searches for her other son, Orm's half brother Arthur. Living on the surface world with powers he doesn't understand, Arthur Curry steps into his destiny as Aquaman, teaming with the Justice League to save and unite all people of the world." The cast of the movie includes Matt Lanter (Aquaman), Sam Witwer (Orm/Ocean Master), Harry Lennix (Black Manta), Chris Gorham (The Flash), Jason O'Mara (Batman), Shemar Moore (Cyborg), Rosario Dawson (Wonder Woman), Jerry O'Connell (Superman), Nathan Fillion (Green Lantern), and Sean Astin (Shazam). Justice League: Throne of Atlantis »
The world is turned upside down when one of the world's greatest super heroes - Batman - finds himself under attack by his own son in the newest DC Universe Original Movie - Batman Vs. Robin. This all-new original film arrives April 14, 2015 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Blu-ray Deluxe Edition, Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD. The brand-new product offering, Blu-ray Deluxe Edition, will include the Blu-ray Combo Pack, along with a Batman figurine in a gift set. Batman Vs. Robin will be available on Blu-ray Deluxe Edition for $29.96, Blu-rayTM Combo Pack for $24.98 Srp and on DVD for $19.98 Srp. The Blu-ray Combo Pack includes a digital version of the movie on Digital HD with UltraViolet. Fans can also own Batman Vs. Robin in Digital HD on April 14 via purchase from digital retailers.
The shadows of Gotham City are no place for a child but Damian Wayne is no ordinary child. »
DC Entertainment and Warner Bros Animation have released the first trailer for Batman vs Robin.
The trailer offers a first look at the animated feature, which sees the on-screen debut of the villainous Court of Owls (via IGN).
Director Jay Oliva's film features the voices of Jason O'Mara (Batman), Stuart Allen (Robin/Damian Wayne), Sean Maher (Nightwing), David McCallum (Alfred), Jeremy Sisto (Talon), Weird Al Yankovic (The Dollmaker), Grey Griffin (Samantha), Robin Atkin Downes (Grandmaster) and Peter Onorati (Draco).
The story centres around the fractious relationship between Bruce Wayne and his son Damian, who was raised in secret by his mother Talia al Ghul and the League of Assassins.
Batman vs Robin will premiere at WonderCon, Anaheim, in April. »
Sneak Peek the first footage from the newest DC Entertainment feature "Batman Vs. Robin, directed by Jay Oliva, with DC Comics' 'The Court of Owls" characters, starring Jason O'Mara, Stuart Allen, Sean Maher and David McCallum, taking place in the shared universe started in the DC feature "Justice League: War":
Also starring are Jeremy Sisto as 'Talon', Grey DeLisle-Griffin as 'Samantha', Weird Al Yankovic as 'Dollmaker', Robin Atkin Downes as the 'Court of Owls Grandmaster', Peter Onorati as 'Draco' and Kevin Conroy as 'Thomas Wayne'.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Batman Vs. Robin"...
- Michael Stevens
Following news of the official voice cast members that were announced yesterday, Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for the latest DC Universe Original Animated Movie Batman Vs. Robin. The project follows the continuity in this animated world that started with last year's Justice League: War and Son of Batman. The story is adapted from the Batman: The Court of Owls comic, written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo, centering on a secret society that kidnaps children and turns them into assassins, whose history goes back to the early days of Gotham.
Son of Batman voice actors Jason O'Mara (Batman), Stuart Allan (Damian Wayne/Robin), Sean Maher (Nightwing) and David McCallum (Alfred) reprise their voice roles, along with additional voice cast members such as Jeremy Sisto as Talon, the Court of Owls' nearly invincible assassin, 'Weird Al' Yankovic as The Dollmaker, a popular DC Comics »
In Batman Vs. Robin, Jason O'Mara (Sons of Liberty) will return as Batman, with Stuart Allen (Bad Teacher) voicing Robin and Sean Maher (Arrow) once again reprising the role of Nightwing. Another familiar voice will be David McCallum (NCIS) as Alfred. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice storyboard artist Jay Oliva is directing the movie which is based on Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "The Court of Owls". What do you guys think of this first look at the movie? Sound off below! »
At today's TCA panel on his new USA series Complications, executive producer Matt Nix said the show grew out of an incredibly stupid thing he did about a decade ago while living in a dicey neighborhood in pre-gentrification Echo Park. The drama series centers on John Ellison (Jason O'Mara), a disillusioned suburban ER doctor who finds his existence transformed when he intervenes in a drive-by shooting, saving a young boy's life and killing one of his attackers. (Watch… »
- Erik Pedersen
After being first announced at Comic-Con 2014, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has revealed the voice cast for the next animated DC Universe Original Animated Movie, Batman Vs. Robin. The project is a follow-up to last year's Son of Batman, with voice actors Jason O'Mara (Batman), Stuart Allan (Damian Wayne/Robin), Sean Maher (Nightwing) and David McCallum (Alfred) reprising their roles from that animated adventure. The story will be based on the Batman: The Court of Owls comic, written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo.
New voice cast members include Jeremy Sisto as Talon, the Court of Owls' nearly invincible assassin, 'Weird Al' Yankovic as The Dollmaker, a popular DC Comics villain who is the son of a serial killer, Grey Griffin as Samantha, Robin Atkin Downes as The Grandmaster and Peter Onorati as Draco. Kevin Conroy, who has previously voiced Batman in Batman: Assault on Arkham, »
The Hollywood Reporter has revealed the voice cast for Batman Vs. Robin, the upcoming animated movie which is inspired by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "The Court of Owls". Jason O'Mara (Sons of Liberty) will return as Batman, with Stuart Allen (Bad Teacher) voicing Robin and Sean Maher (Arrow) once again reprising the role of Nightwing. Another familiar voice will be David McCallum (NCIS) as Alfred. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice storyboard artist Jay Oliva is directing. New additions include Jeremy Sisto (Six Feet Under) as Talon, voice actor Grey Griffin as a mysterious character known only as Samantha, and bizarrely, Al Yankovic as The Dollmaker. Robin Atkin Downes (Superman vs. The Elite) is Grandmaster, while Peter Onorati voices a man named Draco. Finally, while he's unfortunately not voicing the Caped Crusader himself, Kevin Conroy will cameo as Thomas Wayne. Are you guys looking forward to Batman Vs. Robin? »
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