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Because the nominees for the 40th Annual People's Choice Awards are so all-encompassing, that means some of the categories are filled with very interesting pairings: "Pretty Little Liars" facing off against "Sons of Anarchy"? Yep, that's happening!
Favorite Network TV Comedy
"2 Broke Girls"
Favorite Comedic TV Actor
Favorite Comedic TV Actress
Favorite Network TV Drama
Favorite Dramatic TV Actor
Favorite Dramatic TV Actress
The 2014 People’s Choice Awards nominations were announced Nov. 5, and with fan-favorites like Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, Lucy Hale & Lea Michele all racking up nominations, our heads are spinning!
The People’s Choice Awards has always been one of the stand-out fun awards show offerings, but this year’s ceremony is looking to be a bloodbath. Jared Padalecki vs. Jensen Ackles vs. Stephen Amell vs. Ian Somerhalder vs. Andrew Lincoln? Pretty Little Liars vs. The Walking Dead? (How does one even vote on that?) At least no matter who wins, it’s somebody we like, right? (Wrong. So wrong. This is huge!)
Vampires, Liars, Doctors, and Walkers: The TV Noms
With plenty of viable candidates, the TV nominations are as brutally difficult as ever this year. Some of our favorite categories include “Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show,” which has Beauty and the Beast, Once Upon A Time, Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries, »
- HL Intern
Glee may not be the phenomenon it once was, but it’s still a hit with The People.
Nominations for the 2014 People’s Choice Awards were announced Tuesday, and the Fox musical scored a leading eight nods. The Big Bang Theory and Grey’s Anatomy followed with five noms a piece, while How I Met Your Mother, Castle, Supernatural, Vampire Diaries and Walking Dead each scored four.
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See below for a complete rundown of the TV nominations…
Favorite Network TV Comedy
2 Broke Girls
- Michael Ausiello
Nominations for the 2013 People's Choice Awards -- the only major awards show where fans determine the nominees and winners -- were announced Tuesday, with Channing Tatum and Katy Perry leading the pack with multiple nods.
On hand at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills to announce the top vote-getters in each category were some of this year's presenters, including 2 Broke Girls star Beth Behrs, Hart of Dixie's Rachel Bilson, Mom star Allison Janney, R&B singer Ciara, and Glee's Darren Criss.
Pics: 2013 People's Choice Awards Arrivals
Perry picked up nominations for Favorite Music Video for Roar, Favorite Music Fan Following, Favorite Song for Roar, Favorite Pop Artist and Favorite Female Artist, while fellow pop star Britney Spears got nods for Favorite Music Fan Following, Favorite Pop Artist and Favorite Female Artist.
Tatum was nominated for Favorite Movie Actor, Favorite Action Movie Star and Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor.
Related: Honors »
On Wednesday, October 9, a new version of The Tomorrow People will debut on Us television, over forty years after the show's first iteration debuted on ITV in the UK.
Created by Roger Price, the original series premiered on April 30, 1973, kicking off with episode one of five-part adventure 'Slaves of Jedikiah' and launching a science fiction franchise that would take in two television shows, comics, novels, a bevy of merchandise and one (sadly truncated) audio series.
But with a third TV take on the property - from The CW - now just days away from its own launch, how does that original '70s series opener stand up? Today, the Week in Geek finds out...
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The Tomorrow People explores much the same themes as Marvel's X-Men comics, with the emergence »
"The Tomorrow People" was originally a British science-fiction series that ran in the 1970s. In the show, a man named John led the group of supernaturally evolved young adults. That same man, actor Nicholas Young, has now been cast in a recurring role in the CW remake.
The new role for Young is that of Aldus Crick, according to TVGuide.com. Crick is the scientist who discovered and studied the first generation of Tomorrow People, including Stephen's (Robbie Amell) father. Helping Stephen find that father, however, will make Crick a target of Ultra, the paramilitary organization out to find and capture the Tomorrow People.
Young's role as John on the original series lasted the entire run of the show from 1973 to 1979. The only actor to appear in every season, John was the obvious leader for the group. In the remake, the character of John Young (Luke Mitchell) was based on »
Look for Young to come on board as a scientist named Aldus Crick who discovered and examined the first generation of Tomorrow People.
The Tomorrow People tells the tale of a group of individuals who learn they are the next step in human evolution. Think The X Men meets Heroes and tune in for the series premiere on Wednesday, October 9, following the opener of Arrow Season 2. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
Okay, I’ve struggled to get into Hr, the Lifetime pilot that has Alicia Silverstone as a Human Resources manager whose personality changes after a head injury. They’ve got my attention by adding Maulik Pancholy to the cast as a Middle Eastern employee who works in the I.T. department who might not be who he initially appears to be.
I’m going to need some help from anyone who understands British television on this story. Apparently, Catherine Tate is planning on reviving Nan, her curmudgeonly old lady character for a “TV recording” for the BBC. I’m guessing a “TV recording” is a live stage performance recorded for TV? Either way, it’ll be great to see Tate play one of her iconic characters again.
In Breaking Bad easter egg news, Sunday’s episode showed a real phone number. The number shown for the vacuum »
- Lyle Masaki
Young - who played John on the '70s ITV sci-fi series - has been cast in a new role on The CW's forthcoming remake, TV Guide reports.
The English actor will play Aldus Crick, a scientist who first discovered the Tomorrow People, in the new show's eighth and ninth episodes.
Young starred as John - the role played by Home and Away's Luke Mitchell in the remake - between 1973 and 1979 and was the only cast member to remain for the original Tomorrow People's entire six-year run.
Julie Plec - who developed the revamp - previously admitted that she is a fan of the original Tomorrow People and used to watch the series as a child. »
News Louisa Mellor 24 Sep 2013 - 06:15
Young is to appear in episodes eight and nine of the new series, which makes its debut on the 9th of October in the Us and shortly afterwards on E4 in the UK. He'll be playing Aldus Crick, a scientist with information about the disappearance of lead Stephen's father, who attracts the unwelcome attention of Ultra, the organisation that seeks to exterminate homo superior.
Stevens, best-known for playing the role of Matthew Crawley on "Downton Abbey," will not actually be seen on "The Tomorrow People." Instead, EW.com reports that he will provide the voice for Tim, a biological, artificial-intelligence computer that works with the Tomorrow People.
An important part of the original British series as well, Tim was voiced by Canadian actor Philip Gilbert in the 1970s. Although the main characters on the show are gifted with super-human evolutionary traits like telepathy and teleportation, Tim was always necessary to provide information about what was actually going on.
Although a central figure on "Downton Abbey" in previous season's, the sudden and unexpected death of Matthew Crawley in the last aired episode of that show has freed Stevens to work on other projects. In addition to "The Tomorrow People, »
The Tomorrow People’s artificially intelligent mentor now has a famous voice behind it.
EW has learned exclusively that Downton Abbey alum Dan Stevens will lend his voice to the Greg Berlanti-produced Tomorrow People, voicing biological computer Tim, a character first established in the ’70s British version of the show and originally voiced by Canadian actor Philip Gilbert.
Stevens, who will next be seen alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in The Fifth Estate, is far from the first actor to be heard-but-not-seen on a TV series. Kristen Bell was the voice of Gossip Girl for six seasons, Bob Saget has been »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Some quickie TV casting news: First, LisaGay Hamilton has booked a co-starring role in AMC’s drama pilot Line Of Sight, which hails from Jonathan Demme, and tells the story of a National Transportation Safety Board investigator who survives a mysterious plane crash that takes him on a challenging journey to find out what exactly caused the accident. LisaGay Hamilton will play a character named Ruby Jensen, described as an Ntsb rep who's sent to investigate the crash. Secondly, Meta Golding has landed a role in the new CW drama The Tomorrow People, an American remake of a British children's science fiction television series, from Roger Price, which first ran between 1973 and 1979, and centers an apparently-normal children with special abilities that include psionic powers like telepathy, telekinesis, and teleportation. Golding has signed up to play a character that's described as a sexy, intimidating new partner to the character played...
- Tambay A. Obenson
The Us-made series is based on popular children's show featuring a group of young people with special powers
The Us-made series is based on the popular children's show that ran for several seasons on ITV, featuring a group of young people with special powers. It is to be screened by E4 next year.
The Tomorrow People was first shown in 1973 and continued to 1979. It was seen as the commercial network's answer to Doctor Who. The stories featured a group of characters with powers of telepathy and teleportation, who had reached another stage of human evolution. The cast included teen pop star Mike Holoway. The show was revived two decades ago for a further 25 episodes.
Comic-Con International has announced the schedule for the third day of San Diego Comic-Con 2013 on Saturday, July 20. You can clickHere to check out the full schedule, including comic book-related events, but we have pulled out all the movie, DVD, and TV-related panels right here. Take a look at what this day has to offer.
10:00 Am - 11:00 Am A&E Bates Motel
The Bates Motel is open for business in San Diego! Executive producers Carlton Cuse (Lost) and Kerry Ehrin (Friday Night Lights) will release new footage from the highly acclaimed A&E drama series Bates Motel exclusively for Comic Con attendees. The executive producers will be joined by the cast, including Academy Award nominee Vera Farmiga (Norma Bates), Freddie Highmore (Norman Bates), Max Thieriot (Dylan), Olivia Cooke (Emma), and Nestor Carbonell (Sheriff Alex Romero) to discuss the show's unique backstory and creation. Fans will get an opportunity to »
There's always one day during the Sdcc when you just shake your head, laugh, and say, "This schedule is ridiculous." Saturday, July 20th, is shaping up to be that day this year.
Horror fans will have a lot of choices to make as the "Bates Motel" panel battles the one-two punch of Godzilla and Seventh Son. Later in the day you'll be faced with choosing to learn more about "True Blood," Telltale's The Walking Dead video game, or "Being Human." Right now 20th Century Fox's presentation that runs at the same time remains "To Be Announced," but once details are revealed, we'll provide an update.
Other panels vying for your attention throughout the day are "The Originals," "Grimm," I, Frankenstein teamed with The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (that combination should make for some interesting audience reactions), a look at gameplay from Dead Rising 3 on the Xbox One, more games, comics, »
- The Woman In Black
This year, the fall television schedule is a decidedly crazy beast. I know, that doesn’t seem like the sort of thing that separates any year from any other, but television is in the midst of dizzying spins of theory, and comparisons to previous years show some serious changes.
Most striking is probably the extent to which the big networks are content to leave each other alone. Also noticeable is the unspoken admission that perhaps DVRs exist, and the schedule doesn’t really need to worry quite as much about who is watching what at the exact moment it airs. We’re still pretending to a degree, but there are hints.
At the moment, you’ve only got a quick look, but we will be constantly updating this page as any changes occur, and as the new shows are available for review (sure, we’ve seen them, but we aren’t supposed to “review” them… »
- Marc Eastman
CSI: NY executive producer/showrunner Pam Veasey has signed a two-script development deal with Warner Bros TV-based Jerry Bruckheimer TV - also the producers of CSI: NY, which was recently canceled after 9 seasons, so it looks like the Veasey/Bruckheimer partnership lives on. No word yet on what kinds of ideas Veasey may be considering for the 2-script deal, but she has also signed up to serve as consulting producer on the upcoming new CW drama series, The Tomorrow People. Veasey was with CSI: NY for its entire 9-season run, and also counts Ringer, The District and In Living Color as part of her resume. There aren't too many photos of Veasey solo - especially large pictures - so I had to use the above. She's on the right.
- Tambay A. Obenson
CSI: NY executive producer/showrunner Pam Veasey has signed a two-script development deal with Warner Bros TV-based Jerry Bruckheimer TV - also the producers of CSI: NY, which was recently canceled after 9 seasons, so it looks like the Veasey/Bruckheimer partnership lives on. No word yet on what kinds of ideas Veasey may be considering for the 2-script deal, but she has also signed up to serve as consulting producer on the upcoming new CW drama series, The Tomorrow People. Veasey was with CSI: NY for its entire 9-season run, and also counts Ringer, The District and In Living Color as part of her resume. There aren't too many photos of Veasey solo - especially »
- Tambay A. Obenson
The CW has released an extended four-and-a-half minute preview trailer for its upcoming remake of Roger Price's classic British sci-fi series The Tomorrow People, which centres on a group of people who represent the next stage in human evolution (no, not the X-Men) and possess special powers, such as telepathy and teleportation.
Developed by Phil Klemmer (Veronica Mars, Chuck) and executive produced by Greg Berlanti (Green Lantern, Arrow), The Tomorrow People stars Robbie Amell (brother of Arrow's Stephen Amell) as a young man trying to get to grips with his emerging powers. Also featuring in the cast are Luke Mitchell (Home and Away), Peyton List (Mad Men), Mark Pellegrino (Lost) and Aaron Yoo (Disturbia).
Check out the extended preview trailer here...
The Tomorrow People is set to begin airing in the States on The CW this Fall. »
- Flickering Myth
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