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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Timeless, Lucifer, New Girl, Arrow, #OneChicago, Supergirl, Grey's, The Flash and More

Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Timeless, Lucifer, New Girl, Arrow, #OneChicago, Supergirl, Grey's, The Flash and More
Where (or, when) is Timeless headed? Will Arrow romance be tested? Which New Girl guy is due for a “pop” quiz? Who in #OneChicago will be haunted by the past? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.

Timeless: What’s in store for this cancelled but brought-back-to-life show? Any storylines involving certain historical events? —Eve

I can report that an early episode in the yet-to-be-scheduled Season 2 will take the Time Team to Hollywood circa the early 1940s, where we’ll meet actress Hedy Lamarr and composer George Antheil (who together famously developed a radio guidance
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Ellen DeGeneres, ‘General Hospital’ Win at 44th Daytime Emmys

The 44th Daytime Emmy Awards handed out trophies for daytime TV artists in front of and behind the camera at California’s Pasadena Civic Auditorium April 30. Recognizing all TV programming broadcast between 2:00 Am and 6:00 Pm in the 2016 calendar year, the awards were presented by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). Taking home the coveted prize of outstanding drama series was ABC’s “General Hospital,” which won three other awards including younger actors Bryan Craig and Lexi Ainsworth. CBS, having netted the most nominations across all categories with 71, also totaled the most wins with seven. For the first time in the awards’ history, an actor—Scott Clifton of CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful”—won a statue for lead actor in a drama series after having also won Emmys in the younger and supporting actor categories. Gina Tognoni of CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” won for lead actress in a drama,
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The 44th Annual Daytime Emmy Award Winners

The 44th Annual Daytime Emmy Award Winners
The 44th annual Daytime Emmy Awards were held Sunday at the Pasadena Civic Center, hosted by Mario Lopez and Sheryl Underwood. ABC’s “Good Morning America” claimed the Emmy for best morning program, one of the night’s top prizes.

Going into the night, CBS and its soap “The Young & the Restless” led the pack in nominations, with 70 noms for the network and 25 for the show.

Here’s the list of winners, updating live:
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Daytime Emmy Winners: Y&R and Days Lead Soap Pack, Gh Named Best Drama

Daytime Emmy Winners: Y&R and Days Lead Soap Pack, Gh Named Best Drama
The 44th annual Daytime Emmy Awards were handed out on Sunday evening at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, and NBC’s Days of Our Lives and CBS’ The Young and the Restless led the soap opera pack with six total wins each, including trophies picked up at the Creative Arts ceremony.

ABC’s General Hospital — this year’s Best Drama winner — and CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful followed with five total wins apiece.

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Y&R had entered this year’s Daytime Emmys with the most nominations of any soap (25). Gh and B&B each started out with 23 nods,
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Daytime Emmys 2017: Who Should Win Best Younger Actress

This year’s Daytime Emmy Awards are a week away, and we’ve got our takes on the frontrunners in the Daytime Drama categories. This past week the Television Academy released the storyline clips submitted for this year’s Daytime Emmy’s. Before the winners are announced, we’ve got our take on who should take home the trophies. The Bold and the Beautiful‘s Reign Edwards, General Hospital‘s Lexi Ainsworth and Chloe Lanier, and the Young and the Restless‘s Alyvia Alyn-Lind and Hunter King are nominated in the Younger Actress category. We have our pick for the frontrunner, as well as who comes up a

Daytime Emmys 2017: Who Should Win Best Younger Actress
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2017 Daytime Emmy Awards Nominations: ‘Ellen’ and ‘The View’ Among Nominees

2017 Daytime Emmy Awards Nominations: ‘Ellen’ and ‘The View’ Among Nominees
The National Academy of Television has announced the nominations for the 2017 Daytime Emmy Awards. “The Young and the Restless” leads the pack with 25 nods, including Outstanding Drama Series, two bids for Outstanding Lead Actress for Gina Tognoni and Jess Walton, and two for Outstanding Lead Actor for Peter Bergman and Kristoff St. John.

Competing for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show are “The View,” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” “Maury,” “Live With Kelly,” and “The Talk.” The ladies of “The View” are also in the run for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Hosts.

The 44th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will take place April 30, in Pasadena, California. See below the nominees in the main categories.

Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of Our Lives

General Hospital

The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Lead Actress

Nancy Lee Grahn — Alexis, General Hospital

Gina Tognoni — Phyllis, The Young and the Restless

Heather TomKatie, The Bold and the Beautiful
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2017 Daytime Emmy Awards Nominations: Et, 'The Talk' and 'CBS This Morning' Score Nods!

2017 Daytime Emmy Awards Nominations: Et, 'The Talk' and 'CBS This Morning' Score Nods!
The nominations are in!

It was announced Thursday on CBS' The Talk that Et is among this year's Daytime Emmy noms for Outstanding Entertainment News Program!

To see more nods, see the list below:

More: 2016 Daytime Emmy Awards Nominations: Et, 'The Insider' and 'The Talk' Score Nods!

Outstanding Drama series

The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS

Days of Our Lives, NBC

General Hospital, ABC

The Young and the Restless, CBS

Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series

The Bay The Series, Amazon

Red Bird, Amazon

Tainted Dreams, Amazon

Tough Love Web Series, YouTube.com

Venice The Series,  www.venicetheseries.com

Outstanding Morning Program

CBS Sunday Morning, CBS

CBS This Morning, CBS

Good Morning America, ABC

Today Show, NBC

Outstanding Talk Show / Informative

The Dr. Oz Show

The Chew, ABC

Steve Harvey

Larry King Now, Ora TV

The Kitchen, Food Network

Outstanding Talk Show / Entertainment

The Talk, CBS

The View, ABC

The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Maury, NBC Live with
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Daytime Emmy Nominations: Y&R Leads Soap Opera Pack With 25 Nods

Daytime Emmy Nominations: Y&R Leads Soap Opera Pack With 25 Nods
Nominations for the 44th annual Daytime Emmy Awards were announced on Wednesday on CBS’ The Talk, and it looks to be a horse race among the four surviving sudsers.

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CBS’ The Young and the Restless walked away with a slight lead, amassing 25 total nods to the 23 netted by both ABC’s General Hospital and CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful. NBC’s Days of Our Lives followed closed with 22 nominations.

This year’s Daytime Emmys will be held Sunday, April 30 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Southern California, with the Creative Arts
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Daytime Emmy Awards Set Finalists for Drama Performer Nominations

Daytime Emmy Awards Set Finalists for Drama Performer Nominations
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has unveiled the top contenders for nominations in the Daytime Emmy Awards’ drama acting categories.

NATAS narrows the field of potential nominees through online balloting. The top 10 vote-getters in each category will advance to the next round of judging for nominations, set for Feb. 20 by blue-ribbon panels of NATAS members.

The nominations will be announced March 22 on CBS’ daytime series “The Talk.”

Here are the finalists in each category:

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

Kristian Alfonso, as Hope Williams Brady, Days of Our Lives, NBC

Sharon Case, as Sharon McAvoy, The Young and the Restless, CBS

Melissa Claire Egan, as Chelsea Newman, The Young and the Restless, CBS

Mary Beth Evans, as Kayla Brady, Days of Our Lives, NBC

Nancy Lee Grahn, as Alexis Davis, General Hospital, ABC

Jen Lilley, as Theresa Donovan Black, Days of Our Lives, NBC

Gina Tognoni, as
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TVLine Items: Top Gear Hosts' New Show, Gilmore Girls Reruns and More

TVLine Items: Top Gear Hosts' New Show, Gilmore Girls Reruns and More
The former faces of BBC America’s Top Gear are cruising into Amazon.

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Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have signed a three-season deal with Amazon Prime Instant Video for a new, as-yet-untitled motoring show to debut in 2016.

Clarkson broke the news on Twitter Thursday:

I'm very excited to announce that Hammond, May and I have signed a deal with .@AmazonVideo

Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) July 30, 2015

The Amazon deal comes four months after Clarkson’s Top Gear contract was not renewed, following
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Film Review: ‘A Girl Like Her’

Film Review: ‘A Girl Like Her’
The causes and consequences of teen bullying get a potent if not entirely persuasive airing in “A Girl Like Her,” a mix of found-footage thriller, mock-doc realism and public service announcement that rings true almost as often as it rings false. There is much to admire in writer-director Amy S. Weber’s well-acted, well-meaning cautionary tale about a high-school student who attempts suicide after being relentlessly targeted by a verbally abusive classmate. Yet the film’s agenda-driven approach, while sure to strike topical chords and generate exposure in American high schools far and wide, has the inevitable effect of compromising the drama, which seems less and less convincing the more blatantly it strives for authenticity.

Weber’s film has a tough opening scene: Jessica Burns (Lexi Ainsworth), a sophomore at South Brookdale High School, opens her parents’ medicine cabinet, downs a bottle of pills and falls unconscious. All this is shot from Jessica’s p.
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Hunter King On ‘A Girl Like Her,’ Being Bullied In High School [Exclusive Video]

Hunter King plays the mean queen bee of the high school’s popular crowd in Amy S. Weber‘s indie feature A Girl Like Her. Hunter King On ‘A Girl Like HerA Girl Like Her, filmed documentary-style, follows high schooler Jessica Burns (Lexi Ainsworth) as she collects footage of the bullying she’s enduring at the hands of King’s character, […]

The post Hunter King On ‘A Girl Like Her,’ Being Bullied In High School [Exclusive Video] appeared first on uInterview.
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A Girl Like Her Tells an Up-to-the-Second Story of Bullying

A Girl Like Her Tells an Up-to-the-Second Story of Bullying
Amy S. Weber's heart-wrenching A Girl Like Her begins by solving one mystery while posing another. As teenager Jessica (Lexi Ainsworth) tries on a spy camera that records from a seemingly impossible p.o.v. angle, the scene is intercut with footage from that same camera a year later as she takes an overdose of prescription hydrocodone. Ostensibly shooting a documentary about Jessica's high school's awesomeness, filmmaker Amy Gallagher (played by director Weber) begins investigating why Jessica attempted suicide, leading her to investigate popular girl Avery (Hunter King), who reportedly bullied Jessica. A Girl Like Her uses up-to-the-nanosecond technologies and storytelling methods to convey age-old messages about the cycle of violence and bullying...
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How to Catch a Bully: New Film Explores Both Sides of High School Harassment

  • PEOPLE.com
How to Catch a Bully: New Film Explores Both Sides of High School Harassment
High school is not easy. Between the academic pressure and the raging hormones, it's not always an idyllic four years. But when a student becomes the victim of daily bullying, especially at the hands of a former friend, life can suddenly become unbearable. That's the premise for the upcoming film A Girl Like Her, a fictional story that utilizes the same found footage style of filmmaking made famous by movies like The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity - proving that being stuck in high school with a mean girl can be its own kind of horror story. In the film,
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How to Catch a Bully: New Film Explores Both Sides of High School Harassment

  • PEOPLE.com
How to Catch a Bully: New Film Explores Both Sides of High School Harassment
High school is not easy. Between the academic pressure and the raging hormones, it's not always an idyllic four years. But when a student becomes the victim of daily bullying, especially at the hands of a former friend, life can suddenly become unbearable. That's the premise for the upcoming film A Girl Like Her, a fictional story that utilizes the same found footage style of filmmaking made famous by movies like The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity - proving that being stuck in high school with a mean girl can be its own kind of horror story. In the film,
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Director Toby Wilkins Crackles with Chosen

One of our favorite directors, Toby Wilkins (Splinter, "Teen Wolf"), has directed the entire third season of the truly kick-ass Crackle original series "Chosen," and we'd figured we'd be remiss if we didn't give you guys a heads-up!

"Chosen" is a lurid tale in the vein of The Box which focuses on what happens when a mysterious package arrives at a home and leads to murder, mayhem, and all sorts of the stuff we dig on!

The third season stars Rose McGowan, Chad Michael Murray, Sarah Roemer, Caitlyn Carmichael, Brandon Routh, Stacy Haiduk, Lexi Ainsworth, Bridger Zadina, Tristan Bankston, Sammi Hanratty, and Alexander Le Bas.

Click here to watch "The Chosen".

Synopsis

You’re a regular person with a regular family and a regular life. That is, until you receive the box. Suddenly, you and your loved ones are thrown into a ruthless game of “Kill or Be Killed” — all
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Pilot News: Hilarie Burton, Adam Rodriguez, Gh Starlet, Dollhouse Alum Among Latest Castings

Pilot News: Hilarie Burton, Adam Rodriguez, Gh Starlet, Dollhouse Alum Among Latest Castings
White Collar‘s Hilarie Burton, CSI: Miami vet Adam Rodriguez, Dollhouse‘s security chief and a former General Hospital actress are among the latest actors to book pilots.

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Per our sister site Deadline….

* Burton has joined Fox’s drama The List, which follows a Deputy U.S. Marshal Soto (played by Michael Peña) leading the hunt for the person who stole the list identifying all Witness Security Program members. The Tree Hill alum is replacing Tamsin Egerton (Camelot) in the role of Soto’s wife Maddie Soto,
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Actors Board Pilots ‘Undateable’, ‘Reckless’ & ‘Westside’

Actor-comedian Ron Funches (Disney Xd’s Crash & Bernstein) has been added to the NBC/Wbtv comedy pilot Undateable, about a group of date-challenged friends whose lives are forever altered when a more confident character (Chris D’Elia) enters their world. Funches, repped by Apa, Truhett Garcia Management and attorney Lev Ginsburg, plays Shelly, an odd, shy musician member of the group whose appeal to women comes to life when he’s performing. He also is a writer for The Kroll Show. Gregory Harrison has been cast in CBS‘ Charleston, Nc-set drama pilot Reckless, which centers on Jamie (Anna Wood), a gorgeous Yankee litigator, and Roy (Cam Gigandet), a Southern City Attorney, who struggle to hide their intense attraction while clashing over a police sex scandal. Harrison, repped by Stone Manners Salners and Himber Entertainment, plays Dec, a polished, well-connected Charleston attorney who is Roy’s ex-father-in-law and mentor. General Hospital
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Indie feature film 'So This is Christmas' casting extras in Tulsa, Ok - Los Angeles Acting Auditions | Examiner.com

Foster Entertainment and So This Is Christmas, LLC productions is currently filming the Indie feature film "So This is Christmas" in the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma and its surrounding areas. The film has cast some of the lead actors in Los Angeles, and some leads and supporting roles in Oklahoma. The extras are being cast in Oklahoma. "So This is Christmas" is a feature-length motion picture about choices and consequences, starring Oscar-nominated Eric Roberts, Emmy-nominated Lexi Ainsworth, Vivica A. Fox, and Titus Makin of Glee. The film is a story of redemption that follows a teenage girl who turns her empty life around and finds its meaning by giving to others. The story also focuses on the main character’s brother, who hits rock bottom and experiences real grace by reaching out to others. Additionally, it is a Christmas story that will include a comical children's presentation of the traditional story.
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TVLine Items: NCIS Casting Scoop, Idol's Randy Jackson Puts Celebs to the Test and More

TVLine Items: NCIS Casting Scoop, Idol's Randy Jackson Puts Celebs to the Test and More
Things are really happening these days for NCIS’ Abby (played by Pauley Perrette). Not only will the team’s top-notch lab tech have her backstory explored in this Tuesday’s episode, but she’s also getting a visit from an old friend.

Meredith Eaton (Boston Legal) will reprise her NCIS role of Abby’s lab tech bestie, Carol Wilson, in the Nov. 1 episode “Devil’s Triangle,” TVLine has confirmed. (That’s the same ep guesting Mad Men alum Melinda McGraw as one of Gibbs’ exes.)

Eaton first played Carol in the CBS hit’s December 2009 Christmas episode.

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