Given that the freshman season ends (Aug. 3) with one lucky lady claiming the Brit’s heart on the show-within-a-show Everlasting, we couldn’t help but wonder if Adam will even be a part of the recently announced Season 2.
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“We don’t know. It’s unlikely,” his portrayer Freddie Stroma admitted to TVLine this week, noting the UnREAL producers still have to figure what they want do for the next edition of the dating competition series.
UnREAL revolves around the behind-the-scenes drama of a popular dating reality show. The cast includes Shiri Appleby, Constance Zimmer, Craig Bierko, Josh Kelly, Siobhan Williams, Freddie Stroma, Nathalie Kelley, Johanna Braddy, Breeda Wool, Ashley Scott, and Arielle Kebbel.
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UnREAL stars Shiri Appleby (Life UneXpected) as Rachel, a top-shelf producer who hit rock bottom during her previous stint on Everlasting, the show-within-a-show, by drunkenly crashing its finale, tipping off a finalist that she was about to get dumped and for good measure driving off in the winning couple’s getaway convertible.
Even so, executive producer Quinn (Entourage‘s Constance Zimmer
Created by Laeta Kalogridis
Produced by Warner Bros. Television, Tollins/Robbins productions
Aired on The WB for 1 season from October 9th, 2002 – February 19th, 2003
Ashley Scott as Helena Kyle
Dina Meyer as Barbara Gordon
Rachel Skarsten as Dinah Redmond
Shemar Moore as Detective Jesse Reese
Ian Ambercrombie as Alfred Pennyworth
Mia Sara as Dr. Harleen Quinzel
After legendary hero Batman abandons Gotham City as a result of a devastating battle against the Joker, the city enters a new era, rebranding itself New Gotham City, with a trio of vigilante heroines determined to protect the fair city from the threat of villainous Mafiosos and meta-human powered criminals, all while dealing with their daily life, relationships, and deep seated hang-ups. The trio is led by Helena Kyle, aka The Huntress, a meta-human half breed who is driven by the memory of her mother’s murder,
Noxon is executive producing the series alongside her co-writer Sarah Gertrude Shapiro; it's based on Shapiro's short film "Sequin Raze" (whose trailer you can see here).
"Un-Real" stars Shiri Appleby ("Girls," "Life Unexpected") as Rachel, an employee of an "Bachelor"-like dating show whose job is to goad contestants into saying and doing outrageous things that make for compelling TV. Megyn Price ("Rules of Engagement") plays her boss, the show's executive producer.
"'Un-Real' is unlike anything that exists on television today," says Rob Sharenow, Lifetime's executive vice president and general manager. "It's premium and original on every level, and we're thrilled that Marti Noxon and Sarah Gertrude Shapiro's unique series will be Lifetime's first program produced by A+E Studios.
Ever since the announcement was made at this year's Comic Con that the follow-up to Man of Steel would see Superman paired with - and in all likelihood, battling against - DC Comics compatriot Batman, speculation has been rife as to who might play the Caped Crusader in Zack Snyder's sequel...
With everyone from Ryan Gosling to Josh Brolin to Jeffrey Dean Morgan to old hand Christian Bale being linked to the part, the Week in Geek has chosen to produce a follow-up of our own, to a feature first posted upon Man of Steel's release.
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Last week, lucky ticket-holders were informed of not one but Two awesome comic book TV series panels happening this year at San Diego Comic-Con International. First up, ABC announced that "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." will be making its Comic-Con debut with a special booth set up all weekend long and a Friday panel featuring "Avengers" director Joss Whedon! Then on Saturday, the CW's "Arrow" will be returning to Comic-Con in light of its immensely successful first season. Hopefully, we'll even get a sneak preview of season two!
"Arrow" may be the latest TV series based on the DC comics universe, but it is by no means the first. In fact, back in 2002, Gotham City's sirens (a.k.a. the "Birds of Prey") had their very own short-lived TV series. Click past the jump for more!
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As revealed by EW.com, the network has added another DC Comics vigilante to the cast, this time pulling from Gotham's gallery of caped crusaders.
One-time Batman disciple the Huntress will be sharing screentime with Stephen Amell's depiction of Oliver Queen, aka Green Arrow, this October.
Playing the masked heroine, for what's reported as a multi-episode story arc, will be Australian actress Jessica De Gouw (pictured above).
There have been a number of incarnations of the Huntress. Helena Wayne was the child of Batman and Catwoman on an alternate Earth, while the later Helena Bertinelli was the daughter of a Gotham crimelord.
Most recently, it was revealed in a DC Comics miniseries - part of the publisher's 'New 52' reboot of all of its titles
Australian actress Jessica De Gouw will play the part in multiple episodes of the series, according to EW. She's expected to appear midway through the show's fall run.
In DC Comics, The Huntress has been more closely associated with Batman and Gotham City, not Oliver Queen and Green Arrow. That won't be the case on the show, obviously, as the character -- whose real name is Helena Bertinelli -- arrives in Starling City with motives not all that different from Oliver's (Stephen Amell).
Per EW, Helena is also "a potential love interest for Oliver" and a "fellow vigilante" who's hell-bent on taking down the crime syndicate once run by her father.
Incidentally, De Gouw will be the second actress to play The Huntress on a WB/CW series.
TV Guide broke the news about Jericho, confirming that Netflix has approached CBS about reviving the cult favorite, and the network, through its CBS TV Studios production arm, is considering it. The drama, which followed the residents of a small Kansas town in the wake of a nuclear attack, starred Skeet Ulrich, Lennie James, and Ashley Scott, and last aired a new episode in 2008.
Don’t let the length of time that’s elapsed since the last season aired be too discouraging; Netflix has,
Netflix and CBS Studios, which produced the series, have had (very) preliminary talks about a reboot, TV Guide reports. Some fairly significant financial discussions still have to happen, and the cast -- which included Skeet Ulrich, Lennie James and Ashley Scott -- and creative team would have to be reassembled as well. The show has also been down this road before: Comcast flirted with the idea of a third season a couple years ago, and a feature film project never went anywhere.
If a deal does come together, it will give Netflix another passionate fan base to tap. "Jericho" was canceled after its first season in 2006-07, when it averaged about 9.2 million viewers (marginal for CBS at the time), but a fan campaign
The first poster for Unstable is here. Fans of thrillers can preview a trailer as well for the film at the Starz Media website found below. Keep in mind, though, that this an independent production and some of the low budget challenges inherent in this style of filmmaking are shown in the reel below. A release date will be announced shortly for this film. More details are below.
Director: Michael Feifer.
Writer: Michael de la Torre.
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