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Public Morals

15 December 2015 11:39 PM, PST | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Network: TNT

Episodes: 10 (hour)

Seasons: One

TV show dates: August 25, 2015 -- October 20, 2015

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Edward Burns, Michael Rapaport, Elizabeth Masucci, Katrina Bowden, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Wass Stevens, Keith Nobbs, Austin Stowell, Patrick Murney, Lyndon Smith, Brian Wiles, and Cormac Cullinane.

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Set in the Early 1960s New York, this crime drama revolves around the members of the Public Morals Division. It's a plainclothes unit of the NYPD whose job it is to police vice crimes such as gambling and prostitution -- laws on the books that no one wants enforced but that curb all kinds of sin and vice. These cops do what's been done for the last hundred years -- they manage it for the city. This all might come to an end when a war between two factions of the Irish »


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Public Morals: Season One Ratings

1 October 2015 8:10 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

A couple of years ago, Edward Burns appeared in a TNT limited series called Mob City. It didn't perform very well in the ratings. Now, he's back on the network in a much bigger role -- as an actor, director, and writer. Will Public Morals be a success for Burns and the cable channel? Cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.

Set in early 1960s New York City, Public Morals revolves around the professional and personal lives of the members of the NYPD's Public Morals Division. They enforce the vice laws that are still on the books but that no one wants to enforce -- prohibiting crimes like gambling and prostitution. The large cast includes Edward Burns, Michael Rapaport, Elizabeth Masucci, Katrina Bowden, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Wass Stevens, Keith Nobbs, Austin Stowell, Patrick Murney, Lyndon Smith, Brian Wiles, and Cormac Cullinane.



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TNT to Release Public Morals' Entire First Season for Labor Day Weekend

4 September 2015 4:45 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Forget the barbecues and pool parties. TNT has a better way for you to spend Labor Day Weekend: watching all 10 episodes of its freshman series Public Morals.

RelatedPublic Morals: Did TNT’s Cop Drama Get On Your Good Side?

The cabler announced that it will make the entire first season of its crime drama available for viewing on-demand, from Saturday, Sept. 5 at noon through the evening of Monday, Sept. 7. The episodes can be accessed via TNT On Demand, and the Watch TNT mobile app, as well as on participating TV providers’ platforms and apps.

Public Morals — which is written, »

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Public Morals: Did TNT's Cop Drama Get On Your Good Side?

25 August 2015 8:00 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

About 10 minutes into Tuesday’s series premiere of TNT’s Public Morals, NYPD Lt. King tells a newly hired officer, “It’s our job to curb all kinds of vice. That includes prostitution, pornography, degeneracy and the blue laws. You got that, my man?”

And although the rookie cop assures the lieutenant that he does get it, he quickly learns — as do those of us at home — that the police department’s Public Morals Division doesn’t “curb” vice as much as it sweeps vice under the rug.

RelatedMajor Crimes Season 4 Expanded to Series’ Longest Run Ever

The Pmd »

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"Public Morals" - Restricted 'Red Band' Trailer

25 August 2015 12:15 PM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

From RedBand.Ca, Sneak Peek a restricted 'red band' trailer supporting Amblin Entertainment's new 1960's police drama series "Public Morals", starring Edward Burns, debuting August 25, 2015 on TNT:

"...executive produced by Steven Spielberg, the series follows the NYPD 'Public Morals Division' and its officers' attempts to deal with vice in the city, while managing their personal lives as Irish Americans..."

Cast includes Edward Burns as 'Officer Terry Muldoon', Michael Rapaport as 'Charlie Bullman', Elizabeth Masucci as 'Christine Muldoon', Katrina Bowden as 'Fortune', Ruben Santiago-Hudson as 'Lt. King', Wass Stevens as 'Vince Latucci', Keith Nobbs as 'Pat Duffy', Austin Stowell as 'Sean O'Bannon', Patrick Murney as 'Mac Mackenna', Lyndon Smith as 'Deirdre', Brian Wiles as 'Jimmy Shea' and Cormac Cullinane as 'James Muldoon'.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Public Morals"...


- Michael Stevens

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Celeb Sightings: Katrina Bowden Helps Rescue Rockaway Beach in N.Y.

20 August 2015 2:52 PM, PDT | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

--Katrina Bowden joined the Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project at Rockaway Beach, N.Y. --Sofia Vergara sampled a donut from I.C.D.C and toffee from McFaddy Candy Co. at an event in L.A. --Tracee Ellis Ross did a dance with her gift bag at Jennifer Klein’s Day of Indulgence, which included products from Pai-Shau, Philips Sonicare, Remington, Feiyue, Sunday Riley, It Cosmetics, Crap eyewear, Deciem, and more, in L.A. --Selena Gomez drank a Health-Ade Kombucha and ate a Popshop popsicle after getting a massage from Michelle Hreha at an event in L.A. --Jay [...] »

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Edward Burns Celebrates TNT’s ‘Public Morals’ After 18 Years in the Making

13 August 2015 11:51 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

At the premiere of TNT’s new drama series “Public Morals” on Wednesday evening, creator and star Edward Burns was in a festive mood. It has taken the actor-filmmaker nearly two decades to get his passion project about Irish-American gangsters onto the screen.

“I’ve been trying to get something like this show made for 18 years. So the fact that I’m here tonight at the show’s premiere is the best feeling,” Burns told Variety prior to the screening at New York’s Tribeca Grand Hotel.

TNT will debut “Public Morals” on Aug. 25. Burns plays a Hell’s Kitchen-based cop in 1960s New York and also serves as writer, producer and director. Despite so many responsibilities, the native New Yorker says it was an absolute joy to be hands-on in every aspect of the show.

“With TNT giving me complete creative control of the show, and having Steven Spielberg as an executive producer, »

- Paul Chi

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TNT's Public Morals Trailer: Ed Burns Is a Morally Casual Cop in '60s Drama

6 July 2015 11:16 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Ed Burns, Michael Rapaport, Neal McDonough, Brian Dennehy, Katrina Bowden and Timothy Hutton are among the familiar faces on display in the extended trailer for Public Morals, TNT’s new period drama premiering Tuesday, Aug. 25.

RelatedTNT Orders Period Cop Drama Penned By and Starring Ed Burns

Set in the 1960s, Public Morals centers on New York City’s Public Morals Division, where cops walk the line between morality and criminality as the temptations that come from dealing with all kinds of vice threaten to get the better of them. The show centers on Terry Muldoon (played by series writer/director »

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10 Most Brilliantly Lifetime-Gasmic Moments in 'A Deadly Adoption'

22 June 2015 5:57 AM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Thank you, Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig, for A Deadly Adoption, the "Sabotage" video of Lifetime movies. Ever since the duo had announced they were doing this, it's been clear they set out to make a real Lifetime movie, not a parody. So A Deadly Adoption is a glorious two-hour love letter to the network's flicks and those of us who live for them. Every mega-cheese trope is here, from the opening credits (an aerial shot of a lake house!) to the final words, "Inspired by a true story." So »

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Lifetime’s ‘I Killed My Bff’ Movie Sets Summer Premiere Date

22 May 2015 10:24 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The film based on the unscripted Lifetime Movie Network series “I Killed My Bff” is set to premiere on June 13.

The crime story stars “30 Rock” actress Katrina Bowden and Olivia Crocicchia from FX’s “Rescue Me”. Inspired by true events, the film follows two inseparable best friends who are eventually torn apart by life circumstances.

In Seth Jarrett’s directorial debut, the TV thriller is also set to have his Jarrett Creative partner Julie Insogna-Jarrett and Tim Perell exec producing. Written by Danny Abel and Blake Berris, other cast members include Chris Zylka (“The Leftovers”) and Blake Michaels (“Dog with a Blog”).

“We love to tell interesting and compelling stories, and we are so excited about this new transition into the scripted world and working in this new capacity,” the producers of Jarrett Creative said in a joint statement.

Jarrett Creative is represented by UTA.


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30 Rock's Katrina Bowden Shares the Beauty Essentials Inside Her Workout Bag

20 May 2015 12:04 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Even the most extreme road-runners need their beauty products. So before the Nyrr Airbnb Brooklyn Half Marathon last weekend, we sat down with 30 Rock's favorite fictional assistant Cerie, also known as the beautiful Katrina Bowden, to take a peek at the actor's running day essentials. What are your go-to beauty must-haves in your race-day bag? Waterproof mascara! I use Lancôme Définicils and Loréal Voluminous Waterproof Mascara formulas. I also make sure to have extra sunscreen (waterproof, Spf 30), Secret deodorant, Eos lip balm, extra hair times, a comb/brush, Neutrogena face wipes and Bobbi Brown concealer for after the race. What can't you leave the house without before a big »

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Dennis Hopper’s Last Film Reaches $90,000 Kickstarter Goal

30 March 2015 5:09 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

A Kickstarter campaign to complete Dennis Hopper’s unreleased final film has topped its $90,000 fundraising goal in three weeks.

The funds will enable director Linda Yellen to finish the comedy “The Last Film Festival,” which was halted in 2010 when Hopper died. The funds will pay for the rights to use footage from other motion pictures, edit the movie and add special effects to complete the film’s narrative.

Yellen said she plans to release the movie in May to coincide with the fifth anniversary of Hopper’s death. She explained that other investment offers would have required cutting certain scenes, altering the film’s score and changing Hopper’s voice.

“Dennis saw a rough cut of the movie before he died and loved it,” she said. “We want everyone to see the same film that Dennis and I envisioned.”

The Last Film Festival” tells the story of a big-shot Hollywood producer, »

- Dave McNary

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Funding Dennis Hopper’s Final Film to Keep the Actor’s Legacy Alive

23 March 2015 8:45 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Dennis Hopper’s final film, The Last Film Festival, is nearly complete -- but it needs help your help.

Five years after the actor died of prostate cancer at the age of 74, Emmy award-winning director Linda Yellen is turning to Kickstarter to raise $90,000 -- they have raised over $47,000 with 17 days to go -- in order to put the final edits on the film and release it publicly to fans.

News: TLC Launches Kickstarter Campaign for Final Album

But for Yellen and the film’s cast, including Jacqueline Bisset, Katrina Bowden, Chris Kattan, Leelee Sobieski, and Donnell Rawlings, it’s more than a film. It’s about Hopper’s legacy. “Dennis was such a maverick and independent spirit,” Yellen tells ETonline and this Kickstarter campaign is in keeping with that mentality.

While there was never any hesitation about releasing The Last Film Festival, it was about doing it correctly. Following his death, Yellen says that »

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Kickstarter launched to complete Dennis Hopper's final film

10 March 2015 7:25 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

A Kickstarter has been announced to complete Dennis Hopper's final movie.

The Last Film Festival writer and director Linda Yellen is seeking funding to finish post production on the film (via The Hollywood Reporter).

Yellen is seeking $90,000 for the project.

Joseph Cross, JoBeth Williams, Katrina Bowden, Chris Kattan, Leelee Sobieski and Donnell Rawlings also star in the film industry satire.

Hopper played producer Nick Twain, who brings his movie to the small town film festival that was the only one that would accept it.

The actor died in 2010 due to complications from prostate cancer. »

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Dennis Hopper’s final film seeks closure through Kickstarter

10 March 2015 7:00 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Producers of the last film to feature Hollywood icon Dennis Hopper are turning to Kickstarter to complete the film.

Filming on comedy The Last Film Festival came to a halt four years ago when Easy Rider star Hopper died from cancer aged 74.

The production is now looking to raise $90,000 to complete post-production and assist distribution on the feature, in which Hopper stars as a big-shot Hollywood producer whose recent flop is accepted in just one film festival – the disastrously executed O’Hi Film Festival.

The cast also includes Jacqueline Bisset, Joseph Cross, JoBeth Williams, Katrina Bowden, Chris Kattan, Leelee Sobieski, and Donnell Rawlings.

The picture was written specifically for Hopper by director Linda Yellen and her writing partner Michael Leeds, who pitched the idea to the star after meeting at Sundance. Yellen produces with Bob Jorissen.

Director-producer Yellen said: “May 2015 will mark the fifth anniversary of Hopper’s death, and we wanted to release the movie to coincide »

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Kickstarter project for Dennis Hopper’s last film

10 March 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Despite having passed away five years ago, it looks like Dennis Hopper is set to feature in his final role – if a Kickstarter campaign can earn all of its money.

Here’s the press release:

March 10th, 2015 – New York – Today the production team behind Dennis Hopper’s unreleased final film, The Last Film Festival, are launching a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to complete the picture. Dennis Hopper is known for his dramatic roles, but offers a rare comedic tour de force performance in The Last Film Festival. The money raised on Kickstarter will allow director Linda Yellen to bring this film by the Hollywood star of Easy Rider and other legendary films to the public and to his fans.

Check out the Kickstarter page here.

Filming on The Last Film Festival came to a halt four years ago when Dennis Hopper tragically died at the age of 74 from cancer. »

- Luke Owen

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Campaign launched to finish Dennis Hopper's final film

10 March 2015 5:56 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

It's been nearly five years since the death of Dennis Hopper - but there's a strand of hope for what would have been his final film.

It's been nearly five years since the death of Dennis Hopper, at the age of 74. At the time he died, he was working on what would have been his final movie, The Last Film Festival. The film was a few scenes short of completion, and starred Hopper as a Hollywood producer, whose recent movie flop gets accepted in just one film festival. And not a good one.

Called the O'Hi Film Festival, Hopper's producer and his crew then descend on the small time of O'Hi, and chaos ensues. Well, it would have done, had the film been finished. But now a new campaign has been launched to try and get The Last Film Festival finally over the line.

Writer/director Linda Yellen (she co-wrote »

- simonbrew

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‘Nurse 3D’ Review

4 February 2015 8:29 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Kathleen Turner, Judd Nelson, Katrina Bowden, Paz de la Huerta, Corbin Bleu, Boris Kodjoe, Michael Eklund, Niecy Nash, Melanie Scrofano, Martin Donovan, Adam Herschman, Katia Peel | Written by Douglas Aarniokoski, David Loughery | Directed by Douglas Aarniokoski

The Nurse may be in 3D, but that’s not how it was viewed – because if it doesn’t have piranhas, Judge Dredd or murderous miners in it, its really not worth the hassle. In Nurse – which is a much-anticipated thing people wanted to see – a murderous nurse spends her evenings offing adulterous bastard men, like some sort of kinky anti-cheating Punisher. Things get complicated when she befriends newbie colleague Danni (Katrina Bowden), who doesn’t look so kindly upon her man-murdering ways. Melodrama ensues… in 3D!

Part stylish thriller, part steamy European slasher film and all Lionsgate, Nurse takes a strong female cast, promising concept, excellent visuals and frequently clever writing and »

- Joel Harley

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