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It Came From The Tube: This House Possessed (1981)

11 December 2016 11:56 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

What would happen if you crossed Demon Seed, Burnt Offerings, and The Legacy? You’d end up with a pretty confusing six hour horror movie I’d imagine, so scratch that. But what would happen if you took those same elements, made it a TV movie, and threw in The Hardy Boys’ Parker Stevenson for good measure? Well, then you’d be watching This House Possessed (1981), a supremely goofy, sublimely entertaining movie of the week that’s low on scares but high on smiles.

Broadcast on Friday, February 6th, 1981 as part of The ABC Friday Night Movie, This House Possessed was up against the CBS juggernaut The Dukes of Hazzard/Dallas, and NBC offered up…oh never mind. We were all watching the Dukes and the Ewings, okay? Is that what you want to hear? Fine. But I suppose there had to be some people who were repulsed at the »

- Scott Drebit

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Joseph Mascolo Dies; Days of Our Lives Star Was 87

9 December 2016 3:29 PM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Joseph Mascolo lost his battle with Alzheimer's Disease Wednesday at the age of 87.

Mascolo was best known for his long and passionate role as villain Stefano Dimera on Days of Our Lives.

Mascolo began playing Dimera on Days in 1982 and terrorized the citizens of Salem on and off for the next 34 years. 

Although Mascolo took time away from Days for arcs on shows like Bold and the Beautiful from 2001-2006, for example, it was always to Days of Our Lives that he returned and with Stefano that he was the most associated.

The character was one of the most prolific and long-lasting villains of all time, never losing his evil touch.

But Mascolo had a career long before soaps, and it's fun to catch him elsewhere, such as on an episode of Hart to Hart which airs in repeats frequently on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.

Mascolo also had a significant role in Jaws 2 as, »

- Carissa Pavlica

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Barry Jenner, ‘Family Matters’ and ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Actor, Dies at 75

10 August 2016 4:51 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Actor Barry Jenner, known for his recurring roles on “Family Matters,” “Knots Landing” and “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” died on Monday in Los Angeles. He was 75.

We're saddened to report the passing of Barry Jenner, who played Admiral William Ross #DS9 https://t.co/dy8eDbs2bu pic.twitter.com/RZe2Vo5nmS

Star Trek (@StarTrek) August 10, 2016

Jenner portrayed Starfleet Admiral William Ross in 12 episodes of “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” from 1997-99. He was also known for his role on the hit sitcom “Family Matters,” using comedic talents in the role of Lieutenant Murtaugh.

In addition, Jenner was seen on TV shows such as “Somerset,” “Knots Landing,” “Another World,” “Hart to Hart,” “Simon & Simon,” “St. Elsewhere” and “Jag.” He also participated in several primetime game shows, including “Super Password” and “The $10,000 Pyramid,” helping contestants win prize money.

A native of Philadelphia, Jenner died from acute myeloid leukemia at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, according »

- Arya Roshanian

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Barry Jenner, ‘Star Trek: Deep Space 9’ and ‘Family Matters’ Actor, Dies at 75

10 August 2016 4:33 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Veteran TV actor Barry Jenner died Monday of acute myeloid leukemia at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He was 75. Among his many roles throughout his acting career, Jenner was best known for appearing on “Star Trek: Deep Space 9” as Admiral Ross in Seasons 6 and 7, “Family Matters” as Lt. Murtaugh, and on 25 episodes of “Dallas” playing Dr. Jerry Kenderson. Jenner also appeared on “Silk Stalkings,” “Walker, Texas Ranger,” “Remington Steele,” “Knots Landing,” “Hart to Hart,” “V: The Series” and “Days of Our Lives.” Also Read: John Saunders, Longtime Espn Host, Dies at 61 After news of his death broke Wednesday, »

- Debbie Emery

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Burt Kwouk, Who Played Cato in ‘Pink Panther’ Movies, Dies at 85

24 May 2016 8:03 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — Burt Kwouk, who played Inspector Clouseau’s manservant Cato Fong in Blake Edwards’ “Pink Panther” movies, has died at the age of 85.

Kwouk featured in seven “Pink Panther” pics, starting with 1964’s “A Shot in the Dark” through to “Curse of the Pink Panther” in 1983. He played Cato, which was initially spelled Kato, a martial arts specialist who regularly attacked Clouseau, played by Peter Sellers, to keep him alert.

Other movie appearances included James Bond films “Goldfinger” and “You Only Live Twice,” as well as Fred Schepisi’s “Plenty,” Steven Spielberg’s “Empire of the Sun” and Roger Spottiswoode’s “Air America.”

TV series credits included “The Avengers,” “The Saint,” “Doctor Who,” “Hart to Hart” and “Tenko,” in which he played Major Yamauchi. One of his last dramatic roles was in BBC sitcom “Last of the Summer Wine,” in which he played Entwistle from 2002 to 2010.

Kwouk received an award from Prince Charles, »

- Leo Barraclough

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Alan Young, ‘Mister Ed’ Star, Dies at 96

20 May 2016 2:51 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Alan Young, who gamely played straight man to a talking horse for five years in classic sitcom “Mr. Ed,” died Thursday at the Motion Picture and Television Home in Woodland Hills, Calif. He was 96.

On the series, which ran from 1961-66 on CBS, Young played architect Wilbur Post, who was married to Carol (played by Connie Hines, who died in 2009) and kept a horse, Mr. Ed, in their suburban stable. Mr. Ed, voiced by Allan “Rocky” Lane, would speak only to Wilbur, but given Mr. Ed’s rather outlandish personality and the superbly mild affect of Young’s Wilbur, just who owned whom could occasionally be a matter of debate.

Young also voiced Scrooge McDuck and numerous other animated characters, as well as guesting on dozens of TV shows.

In 2005 “Mr. Ed” won a TV Land Award for most heart-warming pet-owner interaction. Young also directed four episodes of “Mr. Ed. »

- Carmel Dagan

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The Catch Finale: Mireille Enos on Ben's Bold Move, Alice's Maddening Mistake

19 May 2016 8:01 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

A number of characters got themselves caught during The Catch‘s Season 1 finale – but only one remained in peril as the two-hour installment came to a close.

Indeed, while Mireille Enos’ Alice and Peter Krause’s Ben prepared to flee the country together, Alice’s decision to return home for her personal belongings led to their plan melting away like a stick of butter in Ina Garten’s skillet.

RelatedABC’s Designated Survivor Trailer Debuts — Plus: Watch Previews for Conviction, Notorious and More

There, FBI agents apprehended Alice on charges of stealing the Maria Kreyn painting that figured so prominently into the pilot episode. »

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10 Things We Learned From the ABC Upfront Presentation

17 May 2016 3:23 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

ABC’s upfront presentation on Tuesday featured a little humility, a milestone moment for the TV industry and a whole lot of Priyanka Chopra.

ABC brass acknowledged the network’s weaknesses during the past year and vowed to improve with a range of new series, including an increase in the volume of comedies and the decidedly male-skewing “Designated Survivor” drama starring Kiefer Sutherland.

Here are 10 things we learned from ABC’s presentation at Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall:

Disney/ABC Television Group president Ben Sherwood opted for the humble approach in addressing media buyers about the network’s performance during the past season. Like his peers at NBC and Fox, Sherwood referenced the massive changes in the industry — “this is a defining moment for our networks and for television” — but he also acknowledged ABC’s third-place position. “We believe in better,” he assured them. ABC made history in March »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Actress Margaret Blye, Star of the Original ‘The Italian Job,’ Dies at 73

29 March 2016 10:56 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Actress Margaret “Maggie” Blye, who starred in the original “The Italian Job,” died on March 24 in West Hollywood, Calif., after a two-year battle with cancer. She was 73.

Blye starred in many films and worked with some of the best in Hollywood: the Oscar-nominated film “Summer and Smoke,” starring Laurence Harvey and Geraldine Page, in which she played Dusty; “Hombre” with Paul Newman, Diane Cilento, Barbara Rush, and Richard Boone; “Hard Times” with Charles Bronson and James Coburn; “Waterhole #3” with Carroll O’Connor and James Coburn; “Diamonds for Breakfast” with Marcello Mastroianni; and “Ash Wednesday,” in which she portrayed Kate Sawyer, the daughter of Elizabeth Taylor’s Barbara Sawyer.

In 1969 Maggie starred as Lorna with Michael Caine and Noel Coward in the original version of “The Italian Job.” Subsequent film credits included “The Sporting Club”; “The Final Chapter: Walking Tall”; “Little Darlings,” with Tatum O’Neal and Kristy McNichol; “The Entity »

- Carmel Dagan

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Actress Margaret Blye, Star of the Original ‘The Italian Job,’ Dies at 73

29 March 2016 10:56 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Actress Margaret “Maggie” Blye, who starred in the original “The Italian Job,” died on March 24 in West Hollywood, Calif., after a two-year battle with cancer. She was 73.

Blye starred in many films and worked with some of the best in Hollywood: the Oscar-nominated film “Summer and Smoke,” starring Laurence Harvey and Geraldine Page, in which she played Dusty; “Hombre” with Paul Newman, Diane Cilento, Barbara Rush, and Richard Boone; “Hard Times” with Charles Bronson and James Coburn; “Waterhole #3” with Carroll O’Connor and James Coburn; “Diamonds for Breakfast” with Marcello Mastroianni; and “Ash Wednesday,” in which she portrayed Kate Sawyer, the daughter of Elizabeth Taylor’s Barbara Sawyer.

In 1969 Maggie starred as Lorna with Michael Caine and Noel Coward in the original version of “The Italian Job.” Subsequent film credits included “The Sporting Club”; “The Final Chapter: Walking Tall”; “Little Darlings,” with Tatum O’Neal and Kristy McNichol; “The Entity »

- Carmel Dagan

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Criminal Minds' Kirsten Vangsness on Writing Derek Cliffhanger Resolution, Delivering 'Copious Amounts of Tears'

22 March 2016 2:22 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Life has not been easy for Criminal MindsDerek Morgan. Just weeks ago, he was mysteriously abducted. And after barely enduring that ordeal, when last we tuned in someone had the Bau agent in his crosshairs, before a shot rang out. 

RelatedCriminal Minds, NCIS, Big Bang and 21 Others Get Finale Dates at CBS

Series regular Kirsten Vangsness, who last season had a hand in revisiting an old case of former team member Jason Gideon’s, co-wrote this Wednesday’s resolution to that cliffhanger (CBS, 9/8), which was directed by costar Matthew Gray Gubler and will answer some burning questions (as »

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NCIS Boss Talks Heartbreaking Dinozzo Twist, Hart to Hart Reunion Wish

22 March 2016 9:12 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Does Very Special Agent Tony Dinozzo have a sister…?

CBS’ NCIS raises that question tonight at 8/7c, when Robert Wagner reprises his role as Anthony Dinozzo, Sr. — who this time around shows up not alone, but in the company of a woman who believes he is her father.

RelatedCBS’ NCIS Renewed for Season 14 and 15

“He connects with this homeless woman (played by Big Love‘s Melora Walters) who takes him on this bit of a journey,” previews NCIS showrunner Gary Glasberg. And as Senior susses out the situation with his namesake’s help, “It gives us a bit more insight »

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Supergirl Recap: I'm Startin' With the Martian Manhunter in the Mirror

21 March 2016 7:28 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Monday’s episode of Supergirl brought us one week closer to The Flash’s arrival in National City. But until Grant Gustin’s masked hero makes his appearance, we’ll have to settle for a whole slew of flashbacks. (Eh? See what I did there?)

Fortunately, the CBS drama’s latest installment was chock full of blasts from the past, which revealed a whole lot about its core characters. (Are any of us surprised that Winn had a super-dorky hairstyle two years ago? The matted-down look does not become you, Mr. Schott Jr.)

VideosSupergirl and The Flash Become Fast »

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Supergirl and The Flash Become Fast Friends in First Crossover Promo

21 March 2016 6:25 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

While Superman and Batman pummel each other at the multiplex, TV’s Supergirl will be enjoying a light and friendly rivalry with her new superfriend, The Flash, as seen in the first full promo for next Monday’s crossover episode.

PhotosSupergirl/The Flash First Look: Kara and Barry’s Team-Up

As previously reported, The Flash (played by the CW series’ star, Grant Gustin) will arrive on Supergirl’s turf from an alternate universe and, in exchange for a way home, helps her battle not one but two adversaries: Silver Banshee (the alter ego of Cat Grant’s assistant, Siobhan Smythe, »

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Richard Davalos, ‘East of Eden’ Actor, Dies at 85

9 March 2016 10:10 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Actor Richard Davalos, who played James Dean’s brother Aron in Elia Kazan’s 1955 film “East of Eden,” died Tuesday at St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, Calif. He was 85.

Davalos approached stardom in the ’50s and ’60s with roles in “East of Eden” and as convict Blind Dick in 1967 classic “Cool Hand Luke,” starring Paul Newman. While working on “East of Eden,” Davalos and Dean roomed together in a Burbank apartment. His other credits include “I Died a Thousand Times” (1955), “All the Young Men” (1960), “The Cabinet of Caligari” (1962), “Pit Stop” (1969), “Kelly’s Heroes” (1970), “Brother, Cry for Me” (also 1970), “Hot Stuff” (1979), “Death Hunt” (1981), “Something Wicked This Way Comes” (1983) and his final screen credit, 2008’s “Ninja Cheerleaders.”

The actor also had an active career in television. He starred with Darryl Hickman in NBC’s brief series “The Americans” in 1961 and guested on shows including “Bonanza,” “Hawaiian Eye,” “77 Sunset Strip,” “Perry Mason, »

- Jacob Bryant

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Watch: 'Archer' Season 7 Teaser is The Greatest Event in Television History

1 February 2016 9:26 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: Watch: NBC Rebooting 'Hart to Hart' With a Gay Couple Is a Great Reason to Rewatch Adam Scott's Version A few years ago, Adam Scott debuted what would become a series known as "The Greatest Event in Television History." Taking a behind-the-scenes look at the making of a masterpiece, while framed as the countdown to its unveiling, Scott and his cohorts recreated a number of classic TV title sequences. The franchise has covered everything from "Simon & Simon" (with Jon Hamm) to "Hart to Hart" (with Amy Poehler), and he even nabbed Tom Hanks for a cameo in "Bosom Buddies."  What does this have to do with the seventh season of "Archer"? Well, the good folks behind FX's long-running spy spoof have paid homage to a title sequence of their choosing — namely, "Magnum P.I." Tom Selleck is an oft-referenced hero to Archer on the series, and »

- Ben Travers

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Watch: 'Archer' Season 7 Teaser is The Greatest Event in Television History

1 February 2016 9:26 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Read More: Watch: NBC Rebooting 'Hart to Hart' With a Gay Couple Is a Great Reason to Rewatch Adam Scott's Version A few years ago, Adam Scott debuted what would become a series known as "The Greatest Event in Television History." Taking a behind-the-scenes look at the making of a masterpiece, while framed as the countdown to its unveiling, Scott and his cohorts recreated a number of classic TV title sequences. The franchise has covered everything from "Simon & Simon" (with Jon Hamm) to "Hart to Hart" (with Amy Poehler), and he even nabbed Tom Hanks for a cameo in "Bosom Buddies."  What does this have to do with the seventh season of "Archer"? Well, the good folks behind FX's long-running spy spoof have paid homage to a title sequence of their choosing — namely, "Magnum P.I." Tom Selleck is an oft-referenced hero to Archer on the series, and »

- Ben Travers

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