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Coming off the freshman finale’s shocking revelations — Lucy’s mom is Rittenhouse! Flynn’s been arrested! Something is happening to Jiya! —the Season 2 opener, titled “The War to End All Wars,” will find Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus traveling to World War I, as seen in TVLine’s exclusive first look.
The hour will also introduce a new recurring character: Nicholas Keynes (played by UnREAL‘s Michael Rady), who is an American soldier in Wwi.
Having cheated cancellation earlier this year, the NBC drama is gearing up for its next time-travel adventure in TVLine’s exclusive first look from the Season 2 premiere.
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Coming off last season’s shocking revelations — Lucy’s mom is Rittenhouse! Flynn’s been arrested! Something is happening to Jiya! — Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus aren’t wasting any time getting back in the time-hopping lifeboat. And if it isn’t clear from the trio’s period-appropriate attire, the episode’s title confirms to when the season opener will
Michael Rady — who most recently appeared in arcs on UnREAL and Jane the Virgin — will recur on the NBC drama as Nicholas Keynes, an American soldier in World War I, TVLine has learned.
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After getting badly injured during battle, Keynes is carried to a farmhouse, where he is cared for by Emma (Annie Wersching) and Carol (Susanna Thompson), who want to save his life. Though he seems helpless at first, Keynes is much more formidable than he initially appears.
Rady — who
With the return of Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside), more Linda (Rachael Harris) and even Charlotte (Tricia Helfer) hanging around again, there are a greater number of characters to juggle this week than in an average episode of Lucifer. ‘Chloe Does Lucifer’ is a gentle, rather procedural outing – especially in the face of last episode’s brazen (and successful!) break from the formula with a guest character’s arc and viewpoint shaping the episode’s entirety.
This week’s episode is more conventional, being built around a reasonably straightforward (but not uninteresting) homicide case rather than character backstory. The case has its usual link with the culture of Los Angeles, this time being all about the shallowness and vanity of judging exclusively by good looks and a bright, shiny exterior. The crime’s solving also teaches Lucifer (Tom Ellis) the lesson of the
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The Gifted, which was always capped at a 13-episode freshman run, airs its two-hour season finale on Jan. 15.
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Amy Brenneman is returning to CBS. The “Judging Amy” star will topline the network’s pilot “The Get,” about “a team of tireless Internet journalists who pursue and expose stories of injustice using their unconventional investigative techniques in today’s anything-goes world of reporting,” Deadline writes.
Brenneman will take on the main character, Ellen, a journalist “who has been known to push boundaries in order to find the truth.” Written by Bridget Carpenter (“11.22.63”), “The Get” co-stars Brad Garrett (“Fargo”), Emayatzy Corinealdi (Ava DuVernay’s “Middle of Nowhere”), newcomer Alex Fitzalan, Jeananne Goossen (“Nashville”), and Michael Rady (“UnREAL”).
According to Deadline, Carpenter serves as showrunner and executive producer on “The Get.” The pilot was directed by James Strong, also an exec producer.
Brenneman currently stars on HBO’s “The Leftovers,” a dark drama about the aftermath of a Rapture-like event in which two percent of the world’s population vanished into thin air. Co-starring Justing Theroux (“The Girl on the Train”), Carrie Coon (“Gone Girl”), and Liv Tyler (“Lord of the Rings” franchise), the series’ third and final season begins airing April 16.
The actress’ other credits include six seasons of “Judging Amy,” a multi-generational family drama which Brenneman co-created. Brenneman played Amy Gray, a family court judge living in Hartford, Connecticut with her mother and daughter. She also portrayed Dr. Violet Turner in Shonda Rhimes’ “Grey’s Anatomy” spinoff, “Private Practice,” from 2007 to 2013.
Amy Brenneman to Star in CBS Internet Journalism Drama “The Get” was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
The Leftovers actress has signed on to play the lead role in The Get, a potential drama series about a team of online journalists from writer Bridget Carpenter (11.22.63, Dexter), according to our sister site Deadline. Brenneman will play Ellen, an investigative reporter for the website who’s not afraid to bend a few rules in order to get the story.
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She joins a cast that already includes Everybody Loves Raymond alum Brad Garrett,
Tracy Spiridakos — who now recurs on MacGyver — will guest-star on the NBC drama in a multi-episode arc.
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She’ll play Det. Hailey Upton, a member of the robbery homicide unit. “Always clocking in overtime, she got her detective shield meritoriously on the heels of an undercover assignment that is still shrouded in secrecy,” according to the official character description, “and as a result has had to prove herself to those who thought she didn’t earn the detective promotion.” She
The Jane the Virgin and UnREAL grad has signed on for the CBS journalism drama The Get, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
From 11.22.63 showrunner Bridget Carpenter, The Get follows a team of tireless internet journalists as they pursue and expose stories of injustice using their unconventional investigative techniques in today's anything-goes world of reporting. Rady will play Tom, a senior producer who is most at home when he's out in the field.
Brad Garrett, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Alex Fitzalan and Jeananne Goossen also star.
Carpenter will executive produce with James Strong, who is...
Following a season where Rachel (Shiri Appleby) and Quinn (Constance Zimmer) were even more ruthless than usual — and an Emmy nomination for both the show’s writers and Zimmer — Lifetime’s “UnREAL” finished its second season Monday night with a cliffhanger worthy of soap opera: a big, messy car crash with Coleman (Michael Rady) and Yael (Monica Barbaro), just as they were on their way to spread the news of “Everlasting’s” misdeeds. Adding melodrama to soap, the instigator of the crash is none other than Jeremy (Josh Kelly), Rachel’s erstwhile boyfriend and would-be rapist.
It’s an over-the-top finish, but that’s been de rigueur for the show’s second season. The first season of the show drew accolades; the second has inspired, in some critical circles, a sigh of disappointment. An already unwieldy plot quickly bounced off the rails as the characters struggled to make relevant the casting of a black Suitor Darius Beck
Spoiler warning: For those who haven't seen the latest episode of UnREAL, plot details will be revealed ahead.
At the end of Monday's episode, "Infiltration," Rachel (Shiri Appleby) and Jeremy (Josh Kelly) found themselves in a frighteningly intense and violent fight that resulted in Chet (Craig Bierko) firing Jeremy from Everlasting, the show's Bachelor-esque show-within-a-show, and physically kicking him off the set.
Coming to BlowsKelly tells People that the blowup stems from
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