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Biff Review: ‘The Sounding’ is a Drama of Skillful Precision

What is it about our quest to not simply help those in need, but solve what is supposedly ailing them? What in the history of mankind shifted focus from wanting to understand that which was different to assimilating (eradicating) it? Greed. Power. Sanctimony. Ego. There are an infinite number of words able to answer these questions and yet no one has actually solved the issue. Or perhaps no one can. Utopic visions presume that it is possible: peace on earth. We strive to fight for a world that is truly colorblind and free whether to choose language, religion, sexuality, or love. The United States was built on these freedoms, but from a very specific worldview perpetually lording one above all others. We remain stuck in that box still.

So what then do we do when it’s discovered everything we’ve been educated and raised to believe is false? How
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Are There More Villainous Speedsters In The Flash's Future?

CW's The Flash may be the most popular television superhero to date. We all remember how excited everyone was to see Grant Gustin show up in Arrow as Barry Allen and then later in his own show. The first season was a big success as he was up against his arch nemesis Eobard Thawne aka the Reverse Flash, played by at the time Tom Cavanagh, who later ended up being played by his real identity, Matt Letscher. Since then, in season two he faced off against another speedster Zoom, played by Teddy Sears, and this last season another speedster, Savitar. It's safe to say that watching the same idea of Barry Allen trying to catch up to another speedster is getting played out.

We have to keep in mind that The Flash is one of the most powerful superheroes in the DC Universe. A perfect example of this is Flashpoint
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Arrow Season 6’s Big Bad May Have Just Been Revealed

Whenever anticipation begins building for the coming year of DC TV shows, one of the things on everyone’s mind is who will serve as the overarching villains for each respective series. To date, we’ve learned that Ra’s al Ghul will play a vital role over on Gotham, with the Thinker and Reign set to show up on The Flash and Supergirl, respectively. But as cool as all that sounds, we’ve yet to learn who’ll be giving Oliver Queen headaches on Arrow.

According to Bleeding Cool, though, the following casting announcement has just been released:

[Ricardo Diaz] Male, 30s-40s, Diverse. Hardened ex-son recently released from prison for crimes he didn’t commit. Ricardo uses his freedom and 25 million dollars in settlement money to establish control over Star City’s criminal underworld. He’s a martial arts and fighting expert honed by years of life on the street and in prison.
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Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich's Wedding Weekend Is Here! A Look Back at Their Love Story

Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich's Wedding Weekend Is Here! A Look Back at Their Love Story
Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich are beyond ready to say "I do."

The lovebirds are tying the knot in Southern California on Saturday after being engaged for nearly two years. Ahead of their nuptials, Et's taking a trip down memory lane to break down their love story, from their very first date to wedding bells.

The conversation begins.

Before Hough ever laid eyes on the NHL star in person, the two were connected by her Curve co-star, Teddy Sears.

"To be honest, I had never seen an episode of Dancing With the Stars, but in my defense, she had never seen a Caps game either until she met Teddy," Laich later told 106.7 The Fan. "On set, apparently, he was talking with Julianne, and said he had recently just gotten married, just got back from his honeymoon, and then asked her if she'd been seeing anyone."

"She said 'no' or whatever, and I guess
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Julianne Hough's Road to the Altar: How the Dancing With the Stars Pro Found Her Perfect 10 With Brooks Laich

Julianne Hough's Road to the Altar: How the Dancing With the Stars Pro Found Her Perfect 10 With Brooks Laich
Wedding bells are ringing louder and louder for Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich. Close to two years after the Dancing With the Stars judge received a romantic proposal from her longtime boyfriend, E! News has learned that the couple is ready to say "I Do" later this summer. While the guest list, dress designer and wedding venue remain top secret, what isn't hush-hush is the love Julianne and Brooks have for one another. Their love story began back in December of 2013 when the pair met through Julianne's Curve co-star Teddy Sears. One year later and the Grease: Live star had a feeling that Brooks was the one. "Every relationship, there was nothing wrong or bad, but there...
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24: Legacy

Network: Episodes: 12 (hour)Seasons: OneTV show dates: February 5, 2017 -- April 17, 2017Series status: CancelledPerformers include: Corey Hawkins, Miranda Otto, Jimmy Smits, Teddy Sears, Dan Bucatinsky, Anna Diop, Ashley Thomas, Charlie Hofheimer, Coral Pena, and Sheila Vand.TV show description: This action-adventure TV series follows in the footsteps of the original 24 TV series with the same real-time format. The first season chronicles a race against the clock to stop a devastating terrorist attack on United States soil.Six months ago in Yemen, an elite squad of Us Army Rangers, led by Sergeant Eric Carter (Corey Hawkins), killed terrorist leader Sheik Ibrahim Bin-Khalid. In the aftermath, Bin-Khalid’s followers declared a fatwah against Carter, his squad, and their families. This forces them into federal witness protection but a recent attempt on
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24: Legacy: Cancelled; Fox Confirms No Season Two, but Franchise May Continue

Last month we reported there would be no second season of the 24: Legacy TV show, at least "for now." Now Fox has confirmed that 24: Legacy is cancelled. On the bright side, though, there is talk that 24 TV series franchise may continue as an anthology or event series. 24: Legacy starred Corey Hawkins as Eric Carter, an Army Ranger who becomes the target of a terrorist organization. The Fox cast also included Miranda Otto, Jimmy Smits, Teddy Sears, Dan Bucatinsky, Anna Diop, Ashley Thomas, Charlie Hofheimer, Coral Pena, and Sheila Vand. Read More…
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24: Legacy: Cancelled? No Season Two, at Least for Now

Fox has announced there will be no second season of 24: Legacy, at least for now. Deadline reports Fox CEO Gary Newman said that star Corey Hawkins' commitment to the Six Degrees of Separation revival on Broadway means he's unavailable. The thing is, had the network planned to renew the 24 sequel for a second season, Hawkins would have still been on contract, so it may be safe to consider 24: Legacy cancelled.24: Legacy stars Hawkins as Eric Carter, an Army Ranger who becomes the target of a terrorist organization. The show’s cast also includes Miranda Otto, Jimmy Smits, Teddy Sears, Dan Bucatinsky, Anna Diop, Ashley Thomas, Charlie Hofheimer, Coral Pena, and Sheila Vand. The good news is, the network is opened to future installments of the 24 franchise.Read More…
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Did Feud Overlook a Secret? Can Liars Afford Filler? Flash Twins Wasted? Clumsiest Product Plug? And More Qs!

Did Feud Overlook a Secret? Can Liars Afford Filler? Flash Twins Wasted? Clumsiest Product Plug? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Training Day, Feud, Once Upon a Time, Better Call Saul, Handmaid’s Tale and Riverdale!

1 | Did you spot Training Day‘s Villain of the Week the instant they introduced the Random, Rich White Guy Doing Right by the Urban Community?

RelatedFeud: Bette and Joan Finale Recap: Trogs and Ends

2 | How could Feud: Bette and Joan exclude the 1968 incident in which sixtysomething Crawford filled in for twentysomething daughter Christina on The Secret Storm?
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24: Legacy Season One Review

Ricky Church reviews the first season of 24: Legacy…

24: Legacy’s inaugural season ended earlier this week, bringing a close to former Army Ranger Eric Carter’s stressful day to stop a number of terrorist attacks. Legacy was a satisfying follow-up to the original series with some interesting new characters, but it relied way too much on the worn out tropes of 24 and didn’t take quite enough risks to truly differentiate itself from its parent series.

As the star of the show, Corey Hawkins did a great job throughout the season as Carter. He really got to make the character his own and show how he was a worthy successor to Jack Bauer. However, he only really started coming into his own further into the season. For the first few episodes, Carter was nearly a carbon copy of Bauer, making the same type of morally grey choices Bauer would have made.
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24: Legacy: Season Two; Ep Talks About the Fox Show's Future

24: Legacy just aired its season finale last night, but will there be a second season? Executive producer Manny Coto recently spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about the future of the Fox TV series.The 24 reboot stars Corey Hawkins as Eric Carter, an Army Ranger who becomes the target of a terrorist organization. The show's cast also includes Miranda Otto, Jimmy Smits, Teddy Sears, Dan Bucatinsky, Anna Diop, Ashley Thomas, Charlie Hofheimer, Coral Pena, and Sheila Vand.Read More…
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24: Legacy: Season Two; Would You Watch More of the Fox Series?

Fox had high hopes for 24: Legacy. The network released their 24 reboot series after the Super Bowl this February. However, the show's first season has dragged in the ratings ever since. What do you think? Should 24: Legacy be cancelled or renewed for a second season? Would you watch?An action drama, 24: Legacy stars Corey Hawkins as Eric Carter, an Army Ranger who becomes the target of a terrorist organization. The Fox cast also includes Miranda Otto, Jimmy Smits, Teddy Sears, Dan Bucatinsky, Anna Diop, Ashley Thomas, Charlie Hofheimer, Coral Pena, and Sheila Vand.Read More…
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Promo and images for 24: Legacy Season 1 Episode 10 – ‘9:00Pm-10:00Pm’

Fox has released a promo and batch of images for next week’s tenth episode of 24: Legacy season one, ‘9:00Pm-10:00Pm’; take a look below…

See Also: 24: Legacy Season 1 Episode 9 Review – ‘8:00 Pm – 9:00 Pm’

Rebecca Is Forced To Make An Important Decision On An All-new “24: Legacy” Monday, April 3, On Fox

Rebecca’s personal and work life collide when she gets a phone call that forces her to make an important decision. Meanwhile, Nicole confronts Carter about his commitment to their relationship and his future with the CTU in the all-new “9:00 Pm – 10:00 Pm” episode of 24: Legacy airing Monday, April 3 (8:00-9:01 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. (Tfl-110) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Corey Hawkins as Eric Carter; Miranda Otto as Rebecca Ingram; Jimmy Smits as Senator John Donovan; Teddy Sears as Keith Mullins; Dan Bucatinsky as Andy Shalowitz; Anna Diop as Nicole Carter
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Slideshow: Heroes & Villains Fest, Walker Stalker Con in Chicago on Mar. 25-26, 2017

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Chicago – Of the pop culture gatherings in the Chicagoland area, nothing provides the sheer fun of today’s comic-inspired TV shows and movies like “Heroes & Villains Fest” and “Walker Stalker Con.” Not only is there an opportunity to meet the performers who star in the shows and movies, but the H&V Fest is also an interactive hero experience, with zip lines, obstacle course and safe archery, and is paired with Walker Stalker Con, which has a horror, sci-fi and fantasy theme. TV shows like “Gotham,” “Arrow,” “Agents of Shield,” “The Walking Dead” and movies like “Superman Returns,” “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Hellboy” will all be represented. The next H&V/Walker Stalker event is March 25th and and 26th, 2017, at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois. (detail link below).

To give you an example
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The Flash season 4: the big bad won't be a speedster

Rob Leane Mar 20, 2017

In a change from the formula, The Flash will face a non-speedy big bad in season 4...

Here's some exciting news: The Flash's upcoming fourth season will throw out the rulebook, and pit Grant Gustin's Barry Allen against a big bad that isn't a speedster. 

After season 1's The Reverse-Flash (Tom Cavanagh/Matt Letscher), season 2's Zoom (Tony Todd/Teddy Sears) and season 3's Savitar (voiced by Tobin Bell), the established formula of speedy season-long villains murdering Barry's loved ones is starting to wear a little thin, making this news very welcome indeed.

The scoop came from PaleyFest via The Hollywood Reporter. At the event, producer Andrew Kreisberg said this: "Next season, we're not going to have a speedster as the main bad guy". Simples. 

"With Savitar, we know who he is, and we've been planning this for a while," Kreisberg added. "The first two seasons
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'The Flash' Season 4 Villain Won't Be a Speedster

After three seasons, The Flash is changing things up.

During The CW's Saturday DC Comics TV panel at PaleyFest, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg revealed a big change for season four of the Grant Gustin starrer.

"Next season, we're not going to have a speedster as the main bad guy," Kreisberg said as the packed Dolby Theatre erupted in thunderous applause and cheers.

For show's entire run thus far, every season has been focused around a speedster as a villain, beginning with Reverse-Flash (Tom Cavanagh/Matt Letscher) in season one, continuing with Zoom (Teddy Sears) in season two and mysterious god of...
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’24: Legacy': Sneak Peek Teases Tony Almeida’s Return (Exclusive Video)

’24: Legacy': Sneak Peek Teases Tony Almeida’s Return (Exclusive Video)
A character from the original “24” is returning to the franchise’s newest spinoff, but we’re sorry to report that it’s not Jack Bauer. Rebecca Ingram (Miranda Otto) is pulling Tony Almeida (Carlos Bernard) into CTU in a desperate play to pull off a particularly messy mission. Her partner, Keith Mullins (Teddy Sears), doesn’t like the idea one bit. “He’s a criminal,” Mullins says in the above sneak peek, which is exclusive to TheWrap. “A lot of people are dead because of Tony Almeida.” Also Read: Fox Orders Reality Series 'You The Jury,' Where Viewers Decide
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24: Legacy: Season Two? Fox Boss "a Little Sad" About Show's Performance

Will there be a second season of 24: Legacy? Fox boss Dana Walden recently discussed the status of the reboot series, Deadline reports.The action drama stars Corey Hawkins as Eric Carter, an Army Ranger who becomes the target of a terrorist organization. The cast also includes Miranda Otto, Jimmy Smits, Teddy Sears, Dan Bucatinsky, Anna Diop, Ashley Thomas, Charlie Hofheimer, Coral Pena, and Sheila Vand.Read More…
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24: Legacy: Jimmy Smits Has Had Discussions About Season Two

What's in store for 24: Legacy? Recently, star Jimmy Smits spoke with Yahoo about the future of the Fox TV series.Smits plays Senator John Donovan on the action drama, which also stars Corey Hawkins, Miranda Otto, Teddy Sears, Dan Bucatinsky, Anna Diop, Ashley Thomas, Charlie Hofheimer, Coral Pena, and Sheila Van. The show's freshman season just premiered on February 5th.Read More…
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CBS Cancels ‘Doubt,’ the First Primetime Network Drama with a Transgender Series Regular, After Just Two Weeks

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CBS Cancels ‘Doubt,’ the First Primetime Network Drama with a Transgender Series Regular, After Just Two Weeks
It took two years and two tries for “Doubt” to make the CBS lineup – but now the show has been canceled after just two weeks.

The Eye network has pulled the plug on the show effective immediately; next week, CBS will air a repeat of “Bull” in the show’s Wednesday 10 p.m. (Et) time slot. The second season of “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” will then slide into the spot permanently on Wednesday, March 8, following a two-hour “Survivor” premiere.

Read More: ‘Doubt’ Producers on Their Show’s Transgender Breakthrough – IndieWire’s Turn It On Podcast

Doubt” made headlines for its casting of Laverne Cox in a key role, making her the first transgender series regular on a primetime broadcast drama. Series creators Tony Phelan and Joan Rater are the parents of a transgender son, who inspired them to create the character.

The show starred Katherine Heigl as a successful defense
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