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Exclusive: Owen Teague has signed on to join the upcoming Ya romance Every Day. The Bloodline breakout joins a cast that includes The Beguiled‘s Angourie Rice in the lead role of Rhiannon, Golden Globe-nominated actress Maria Bello, Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Jacob Batalon and Justice Smith from The Get Down. Also starring in the project are Debby Ryan and Lucas Jade Zumann. Based on the New York Times best-selling novel by David Levithan, the story follows 16-year-old… »
Exclusive: Maria Bello, Jessie star Debby Ryan and Jacob Batalon, who can currently be seen in Spider-Man: Homecoming, have come aboard MGM/Likely Story/FilmWave’s upcoming Ya romantic drama Every Day. The Get Down’s Justice Smith and Lucas Jade Zumann (20th Century Women) round out the cast as production is underway in Toronto with Michael Sucsy at the helm. The pic stars previously announced Angourie Rice as 16-year-old Rhiannon, who falls in love with a spirit named A… »
"I have a very special guest. She is my ultimate girl crush and spirit animal, Debby Ryan," the 31-year-old singer said in her video posted on Tuesday. "I am so excited to have you. This is so cool!"
Tisdale gushed about how excited she was to finally get to work with Ryan, 24, after all these years. While they both were involved in The Suite Life franchise with Dylan and Cole Sprouse, they never shared the screen together.
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Tuesday’s iZombie finale.
Welcome to the brave new iZombie world.
The CW drama’s season finale on Tuesday set up what will be a very different Season 4, with the undead out in the open. But before we get into what that means for Liv & Co., let’s recap just how zombies came out of hiding.
RelatedThe CW Sets Fall Premiere Dates for Flash, Supernatural, Dynasty, 7 Others
After discovering that a faction inside of Fillmore Graves, led by Carey Gold, was responsible for Wally and Vivian’s deaths, as well as the Aleutian flu outbreak, »
- Stacey Grant
You'll be seeing a lot more of Alyssa Milano on Netflix. On Twitter, the Mistresses star confirmed she'll be a series regular on the streaming service's upcoming TV show Insatiable.From writer Lauren Gussis, the drama follows a “disgraced, dissatisfied civil lawyer turned beauty-pageant coach (Dallas Roberts) who takes on a vengeful, bullied teenager (Debby Ryan, pictured) as his client.” The cast also includes Sarah Colonna, Kimmy Shields, Alyssa Milano, Erinn Westbrook, Michael Provost, and Chris Gorham.Read More… »
If at first you don't succeed, go to Netflix. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the streaming service has picked up the TV show Insatiable after The CW passed on the pilot.From writer Lauren Gussis, the drama follows a "disgraced, dissatisfied civil lawyer turned beauty-pageant coach (Dallas Roberts) who takes on a vengeful, bullied teenager (Debby Ryan, pictured) as his client." The cast also includes Sarah Colonna, Kimmy Shields, Alyssa Milano, Erinn Westbrook, Michael Provost, and Chris Gorham.Read More… »
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If you loved “Drop Dead Gorgeous” you’ll want to listen up. The 1999 Kirsten Dunst-led cult comedy isn’t getting rebooted, but Netflix does have another beauty pageant-centric project in the works. The Hollywood Reporter writes that the streaming giant has ordered Debby Ryan-starrer “Insatiable” to series. Lauren Gussis (“Dexter”) penned the script.
The dramedy follows a “disgraced, dissatisfied civil lawyer turned beauty-pageant coach (Dallas Roberts) who takes on a vengeful, bullied teenager (Disney Channel alum Ryan) as his client,” THR writes. The supporting cast includes Alyssa Milano (“Charmed”), Kimmy Shields (“Big Little Lies”), Erinn Westbroo (“Awkward.”), and Sarah Colonna (“Parker’s Anchor”).
You may have previously heard word of “Insatiable” in connection to The CW. Just weeks ago the network passed on the show’s pilot, though according to THR it was simply a matter of The CW having “no shelf space” left to air the program. It “remained high on ‘Insatiable,’” but ultimately had to let the show go. Fortunately Netflix also recognized the show’s potential — and handed out a 13-episode order.
Ryan’s credits include “Sing It!” “Jessie,” and “The Suite Life on Deck.” She’ll appear in “Life of the Party,” an upcoming college-set comedy toplined by Melissa McCarthy and “Love’s” Gillian Jacobs.
Debby Ryan Beauty Pageant Dramedy “Insatiable” Lands at Netflix was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »
- Laura Berger
Our sister site Deadline reports that the streaming service is finalizing a deal with CBS Television Studios, which would make Insatiable a Netflix original series. Disney Channel alum Ryan (Jessie) stars as a bullied teen who enters the world of beauty pageants to exact revenge on her tormentors. Dallas Roberts (The Walking Dead) co-stars as her pageant coach; TV veterans Alyssa Milano and Christopher Gorham also signed on to join the supporting cast. »
Netflix is near a deal for a 13-episode series order for hour-long drama “Insatiable,” sources tell Variety. The CBS Television Studios project had been previously ordered to pilot but not picked up to series at the CW.
Starring Debbie Ryan and Dallas Roberts, “Insatiable” the follows a disgraced, dissatisfied civil lawyer-turned-beauty pageant coach who takes on a vengeful, bullied teenager as his client, and has no idea what he’s about to unleash upon the world.
Written by Lauren Gussis (“Once Upon A Time”), the show is executive produced by Ryan Seacrest, Gussis, Nina Wass of Ryan Seacrest Productions, plus Todd Hoffman and Dennis Kim of Storied Media Group.
Representatives for CBS Television Studios and Netflix declined to comment. Deadline first reported on the show’s move to Netflix.
- Daniel Holloway
One network's pass is a streaming service's pickup.
The streaming giant has handed out a 13-episode pickup for the show about a disgraced, dissatisfied civil lawyer turned beauty-pageant coach (Dallas Roberts) who takes on a vengeful, bullied teenager (Disney Channel alum Ryan) as his client.
Sources tell »
- Lesley Goldberg
Exclusive: Insatiable, the darkly comedic hourlong pilot starring Debby Ryan and Dallas Roberts, which narrowly missed a pickup at the CW, is getting a 13-episode series order — at Netflix. I hear the Internet network is finalizing a deal with CBS TV Studios for Insatiable, which will become a Netflix original series. It comes from writer Lauren Gussis (Dexter, Once Upon A Time), Ryan Seacrest Productions and Storied Media Group. Netflix declined comment. This would mark… »
“This does not end well.”
Gloria is the first to say it, but we all knew things weren’t looking good as soon as Orange Is the New Black’s fourth season closed on Daya pointing a gun at Humphrey’s head.
VideosOrange Is the New Black Season 5: Watch the Premiere’s Harrowing Opening Sequence Now
The Season 5 premiere, “Riot Fomo,” picks up right where things left off. After firing a shot into the air to get her fellow inmates to quiet down, Daya puts a bullet in Humphrey’s leg, most likely hitting a vein. The prisoners »
Network: VH1. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: June 5, 2017 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Vanessa Williams, Tichina Arnold, Fiona Gubelmann, Chloe Bridges, Camille Guaty, Kristen Johnston, McKinley Freeman, Norm Lewis, Patti Labelle, Debby Ryan, Eve, La La Anthony, Tasha Smith, Niko Pepaj, Ness Bautista, and Sarah Mack. TV show description: A satirical dramedy based on the Star Jones novel, Satan's Sisters, the Daytime Divas TV show follows the backstage drama between the cast of the fictional daytime talkshow, The Lunch Hour. Read More… »
After several days of deliberations, the CW has opted not to proceed with pilots Insatiable and Searchers. Insatiable (and possibly Searchers) will be shopped elsewhere. Last week, the network picked up four of its six pilots to series, Dynasty and Valor from CBS TV Studios, and Black Lightning and Life Sentence from Warner Bros TV. That left behind the darkly comedic and quirky Insatiable, starring Debby Ryan, and Berlanti Prods’ big-scope adventure drama Searchers… »
As I have reported, the field of six CW pilots this year was possibly the strongest ever, making for some difficult decisions. The network picked up four to series, Dynasty and Valor from CBS TV Studios, and Black Lighting and Life Sentence from Warner Bros TV. That left behind the darkly comedic and quirky Insatiable, starring Debby Ryan, and Berlanti Prods’ big-scope adventure drama Searchers. The CW had four spots open after opting to renew both iZombie and The Original… »
Warwick Thornton.s We Don.t Need A Map will open this year.s Sydney Film Festival, with the event also marking the documentary.s world premiere..
We Don't Need A Map will compete in the festival.s Official Competition. Among the 12 films in the running for the $60,000 prize are Aussie theatre director Benedict Andrew.s debut feature Una, which stars Ben Mendelsohn, as well as Sofia Coppola.s Beguiled.and Michael Haneke.s Happy End, both of which will come to the festival from Cannes.
Overall the festival program boasts 288 films from 59 countries, including 37 world premieres. Bookending the fest will be Korean director Bong Joon-ho.s Cannes film.Okja, »
- Jackie Keast
With Upfronts still more than two weeks away, it’s still early in the decision-making process, but as the current broadcast season winds down, television executives are beginning to form opinions on the pilots in contention for their network’s 2017-2018 slate.
As always, a handful of projects are rising as early frontrunners, while others have not impressed with their first cuts and are in need of re-shoots and re-tooling. No stark trends have emerged across the broadcast networks, though there are a number of military-themed dramas, many female-led comedies and lighter one-hours in the works. In contrast to the past few pilot seasons, reboots are not as hot this year, though there are a few, such as the CW’s “Dynasty,” “S.W.A.T.” at CBS and “What About Barb” at NBC.
Of course, television executives and writers are all on edge with a possible WGA strike on the horizon, but »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Rihanna had an epic dance-off with Diddy’s son, Christian Combs, at the Velocity Black x 1 Oak/Up & Down Desert Beach Club in Indio, California, on Sunday. French Montana, P. Diddy, Cassie, Future, Nicole Scherzinger, and 2 Chainz, and more were on hand to celebrate Rihanna’s brother, Rajad Fenty’s, 21st birthday with cocktails by Absolut Elyx and D'usse, Budweiser beer and food by Catch.
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Earlier in the day, Katy Perry hosted an Easter Day "Recovery" Brunch, produced by John Terzian's The h.wood Group, at a private estate during the Coachella Music Festival in Thermal, California. The colorful daytime event featured an exclusive pop-up debut of the Katy Perry Footwear collection, and guests re-fueled with vitamin elixirs, oxygen bars and reflexology massages. The fun activities also included a festive Easter egg hunt by Cover Girl, and beats spun by Mia Moretti, Balthazar Getty and Bobby French.
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Deadline is reporting that Alyssa Milano has signed on to appear alongside Dallas Roberts and Debby Ryan in Insatiable, a new pilot at The CW which is written and executive produced by former Dexter co-executive producer Lauren Gussis.
The site reports that the project is inspired by real-life Southern lawyer and top beauty pageant coach Bill Alverson and “focuses on Bob (Dallas), a disgraced, dissatisfied civil lawyer-turned-beauty pageant coach who takes on Patty (Ryan), a vengeful, bullied teenager as his client, and has no idea what he’s about to unleash upon the world.” Milano will play Bob’s social-climbing wife Coralee, in what is expected to be a major recurring role if the pilot is picked up.
- Gary Collinson
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