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Casting – Force Awakens to Game of Thrones for Max von Sydow, Supergirl Jenna Dewan-Tatum Knows her Lane
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Jenna Dewan-Tatum adds her good looks to CBS’ Supergirl, joining the Lane family as Lucy, the sister of Lois Lane, in a recurring roll.
THR reports that Lucy has similar qualities to her big sis, being both brash, beautiful, and armed with a sense of humor. She also has a connection with Jimmy Olsen. Look out for Jenna to debut in the third episode of the first season, which kicks off on CBS on October 26th with the enviable lead-in from the mega-popular (and perhaps audience sharing) Big Bang Theory.
Lucy Lane has roots from the ’50s, debuting in Jimmy Olsen’s comic and having some super adventures of her own.
Jimmy, forget Supergirl, Lucy Lane is what it’s about.
- Jay Tomio
2015 is the Year of Incredible Documentaries at HBO
2 August 2015 5:16 PM, PDT
Ever since “The Jinx” aired back in February one thing has been clear. HBO is on point in 2015 with their documentary programming. They have aired one hit documentary after another and we are barely over half way through the year. If you only have time for a few docs to watch this year, make sure most of them are from HBO because none of them will disappoint you.
Let’s start with the six week special that started it all. The Jinx: The Life And Deaths Of Robert Durst. The series was directed and produced by Andrew Jarecki, the director behind the film All Good Things, a film that was also based on the strange events surrounding the disappearance of Durst’s wife. In the documentary, “The Jinx,” Jarecki follow Durst, the scion of New York’s billionaire real estate family, who has been accused of three murders over the past 30 years, »
- Sarah Sommer