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Fox’s Vampire Series “The Passage” Going Under Reshoots

8 August 2017 2:03 PM, PDT | bloody-disgusting.com | See recent Bloody-Disgusting.com news »

Mark-Paul Gosselaar, who many of us grew up watching on “Saved by the Bell”, stars in Fox’s post-apocalyptic pilot “The Passage”, which hails from executive producers Ridley Scott (Alien, Prometheus, Alien: Covenant) and Matt Reeves (Cloverfield, War for the Planet of the Apes). Deadline reports that they’re going back to reshoot the pilot in Atlanta as […] »

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Friends Forever! Tiffani Thiessen and Mario Lopez Reunite With Their Kids

1 August 2017 10:06 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Friends and former Saved by the Bell castmates Mario Lopez and Tiffani Thiessen were all smiles alongside their families at a Num Noms event in La on Sunday. Mario and his wife, Courtney, snapped pictures with their daughter Gia and son Dominic ("Nico"). Meanwhile, Tiffani brought along her daughter, Harper, who sweetly put her arm around Nico for an Instagram snap. Check out some of the best pictures from the pair's reunion, then see Tiffani's sweet family photos and more of Mario's cute kids. »

- Laura Marie Meyers

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Dustin Diamond Drinks Chewing Tobacco Spit for $25 for Comedy Game Show

1 August 2017 9:00 AM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

[[tmz:video id="0_hdz4tv1g"]] "Saved by the Bell" star Dustin Diamond will stoop to disgusting levels to make a quick buck, but at least it was for the sake of comedy ... we think. Screech headlined a comedy game show at The Rialto Theatre in Akron, Ohio Saturday night and took it upon himself to participate in one of the challenges to win a cash prize ... and he went all out for $25. The challenge was to take a shot -- »

- TMZ Staff

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Tiffani Thiessen Is Passing Her Love of Cooking on to Her Kids: Harper Is ‘Learning How to Cut’ with a ‘Kid Knife’

1 August 2017 7:35 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

She’s a busy actress and television host, but Tiffani Thiessen has also successfully passed on her love of cooking (and eating!) to her two children: Holt Fisher, 2, and Harper Renn, 7.

“Harper has a kid knife and she’s learning how to cut,” Thiessen, 43, told People of her daughter at the Num Noms Series 4 toy collection event at Au Fudge on Sunday.

“She had one little accident, but was pretty brave about it,” adds the Dinner at Tiffani’s host. “She actually just finished a week of cooking camp, so she’s really getting into it. It’s pretty cute. »

- Aili Nahas

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Exclusive: American Pie Alumni Battle Mr. Belding and Great White Trash in the Trailer for Syfy’s Trailer Park Shark

1 August 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

American Pie alumnus Thomas Ian Nicholas is reunited with his former American Pie turned Sharknado sweetheart Tara Reid to battle a hungry shark and an evil Mr. Belding from “Saved by the Bell” in Syfy’s forthcoming sharktacular Trailer Park Shark.… Continue Reading →

The post Exclusive: American Pie Alumni Battle Mr. Belding and Great White Trash in the Trailer for Syfy’s Trailer Park Shark appeared first on Dread Central. »

- Foywonder

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Watch: Mr. Belding Celebrates His 'Vacation' in Dirty Heads' Saved by the Bell-Themed Music Video

13 July 2017 9:00 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

People’s got the exclusive premiere of the Dirty Heads’ video for their song “Vacation” — and it just may leave Saved by the Bell fans asking, “Hey hey hey What is going on here?”

The track, the first single of the California reggae band’s upcoming album, is a joyous celebration of life, with the band singing “I’m on vacation / every single day / ’cause I love my occupation.”

To help sell the message, they turned to America’s favorite principal Mr. Belding —  a.k.a. Dennis Haskins, the 66-year-old actor who famously played the uptight yet lovable Bayside High »

- Dave Quinn

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Panel Discussion #39

5 July 2017 6:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Hello again, and welcome to the recently resurrected Panel Discussion. I’m Kieran, and every week I’m going to go through some of the best comics of the week to give you an idea what you should pick up that you might have missed. This is another stacked week with some fantastic first issues and great jumping on points for books you might be behind on, so let’s take a look at what’s on offer.

This week has two amazing #1′s which are both follow-ups to two of the best miniseries of the past few years. The big release this week, as far as I’m concerned is Kim and Kim: Love is a Battlefield #1 which reunites Kim D and Kim Q for a brand new queer as heck and punk Af adventure. I’ve become a big fan of Mags Visaggio’s writing over the last »

- Kieran Shiach

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Saved by the Bell Cast: Where Are They Now?

3 July 2017 11:35 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Although their Bayside days have been over for more than two decades, many of the Saved by the Bell stars are still stealing the spotlight on the small screen. Over the years, the cast has had some pretty incredible reunions - including their hilarious Tonight Show skit - but we can't help but wonder what everyone is up to now. If you can't get enough of the hit show, keep reading to learn more about the Bayside gang and to see how far they've come since Saved by the Bell! RelatedThe Best Snaps of the Saved by the Bell Cast Hanging Out in Real Life »

- Laura Marie Meyers

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Exclusive: Tiffani Thiessen on the 'Panic' Moment of Playing a Mom on TV

29 June 2017 12:13 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Tiffani Thiessen is famous for playing teenagers on TV -- and now she's playing the mom of one!

Et's Katie Krause caught up with the Saved by the Bell alum at the Para Los Ninos Charter School in Los Angeles, where she served lunches to underprivileged kids through Feeding America -- and dished all about her new Netflix series.

Exclusive: Tiffani Thiessen Talks Mini-'Saved By the Bell' Reunion With Mark-Paul Gosselaar

"[It does feel like a full circle moment] a little bit," Thiessen said of her upcoming Netflix series, Alexa & Katie. "It's a little bit of a panic moment for a second, but I'm actually really excited, and the girls are so darn cute!"

"The show, it has a very serious message, but it's a comedy," she revealed. "I play the mother of a teenage girl that's actually going through cancer."

"It is [a serious role], but at the same time, it's a coming-of-age story about these two young girls embarking on high school, and even though »

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Exclusive: Leighton Meester and Adam Brody Admit They 'Laugh' That Blair Waldorf Married Seth Cohen!

29 June 2017 7:24 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Fellow fans of The O.C. and Gossip Girl, prepare your hearts before you watch the video above because Leighton Meester and Adam Brody are truly a teenage dream of a couple – and charitable do-gooders, too!

Et caught up with the pair exclusively on Tuesday at Para Los Niños Charter School in Los Angeles, where they were serving lunches to children through Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger relief organization.

And since it was their first time appearing in an interview together since tying the knot in 2014, we just had to ask if they’ve ever shared a laugh over the fact that two of television’s most beloved teen characters, Blair Waldorf and Seth Cohen, ended up together Irl.

Related: Leighton Meester and Adam Brody Make Rare Public Appearance, Look Flawless at Golden Globes Party 

“Occasionally,” Brody, 37, admitted. “Once a year, randomly, on our Seth and Blair day,” he joked. “It’s good »

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Jerrod Carmichael Says It’s No Coincidence That His Show’s Mass Shooting and ‘N’-Word Episodes Are Extremely Timely

21 June 2017 3:50 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

NBC’s decision last week to pull an episode of “The Carmichael Show” came down to the last minute – literally.

According to star and executive producer Jerrod Carmichael, NBC went back and forth in deciding whether to air the episode, “Shoot-Up-Able,” in light of the shooting earlier that day at a congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Va., as well as a separate multiple shooting incident in the Bay Area.

“At 5:55 [8:55 in the Eastern Time Zone], I ultimately got the call that it wasn’t going to air, five minutes before it was scheduled to go on in the East Coast,” Carmichael recalled to IndieWire.

“I had a great conversation with [NBC Entertainment chairman] Bob Greenblatt, and I think it’s important to note that he had very real concerns that we address [why] we stood behind the episode,” Carmichael said. “And to his credit, he made it very collaborative. He was very open and actually made the decision to air it. It went back and forth.”

The episode centers on Carmichael’s title character, who returns home after witnessing a mass shooting at a shopping mall. According to the listing, “he fights against being coddled by his family and being labeled a victim, but things are made harder when he’s forced to tell a police officer exactly what he saw.” Later in the episode, Jerrod admits that he may be suffering from post-traumatic stress.

The Carmichael Show’: Jerrod Carmichael On NBC’s ‘Criminal’ Decision to Pull Mass Shooting Episode (Updated)

That day, Carmichael raced to Universal City to tape a disclaimer to run before the episode and explain why he and NBC thought it was valuable to run in light of the news.

“We wanted to tape something to let people know that we are not trying to capitalize on this, but rather have a conversation,” he said. “That we do respect that there are true victims here and that if we didn’t think that this episode had a lot of love and integrity with it, then we wouldn’t want to air it. I’m not trying to make anyone on the show look bad or look opportunistic. It was really such a sad unfortunate thing. And we only thought that the episode could contribute [to the dialogue].”

Carmichael even suggested that Greenblatt join him on camera to discuss the decision. (The comedian said he was inspired by a special episode of “Saved By the Bell” where then-nbc boss Brandon Tartikoff appeared to give the audience some context.) But Greenblatt demurred.

“Ultimately the network’s largest fears won out and they decided not to air it,” Carmichael said. “But it was a great moment for me and Bob Greenblatt talking about this. He was very thoughtful about it and he had a lot of real things to say, a lot of real concerns and I think we handled it. It was a very great collaborative moment. It unfortunately did not produce like the result that I think we wanted.”

But Carmichael said, in being cautious, he understood the reasons. “The worst thing possible is that someone related to the events is watching television and sees something that they don’t want to see at that moment,” he said. “But I do think that we handled [the subject of mass shootings] so delicately and so honestly that I think it would have been a relief.”

The Carmichael Show” has earned critical praise for its storylines, which often tackle the same kind of relevant social subjects that real families often discuss in their homes – including politics, race, religion, sexuality and more.

This week’s episode, “Cynthia’s Birthday,” is also unusually timely, as it addresses the use of the “n” word by white people – coincidentally right after HBO’s Bill Maher found himself lambasted for using the term on “Real Time.”

“We choose a lot of these topics because of how much they’ve already come up and how much how they are already part of our lives,” Carmichael said. “And so everything that we talk about on the show is a bit evergreen. It’s never just one event that causes us to want to talk about it. These are series of events and things that we’ve seen over the course of our lifetime. [Timely examples] like this are inevitable. It’s inevitable we’ll have another example.”

Carmichael does acknowledge that the show has hit a string of real-world coincidences recently. “This season has been a bit more than ever before timely,” he said. “But I think it’s just an example of how much these things really come up.”

And that’s why, when asked whether “The Carmichael Show” will ever produce a live episode, Carmichael said it wasn’t necessary. “Shoot-Up-Able” was taped months ago, but felt so current – including a “Dear Evan Hansen” joke the same week it won a Tony Award – that live isn’t necessary.

“I don’t think we could have done a stronger live episode,” he said. “I think this was essentially a live episode.”

Except that it ultimately didn’t air – yet. Carmichael said “Shoot-Up-Able” is set to be rescheduled, possibly on June 28.

Read More: ‘The Carmichael Show’ Review: TV’s Boldest Sitcom Is Funnier Than Ever, Even In A Season 3 Filled with Deep Questions

Meanwhile, “The Carmichael Show” cast remains in limbo as NBC makes a decision on a fourth season. The network doesn’t have much longer if it wants to lock in the cast, however, as their options expire at the end of the month. And since “The Carmichael Show” went on the air, a number of stars — including Lil Rel Howery (“Get Out”) and Tiffany Haddish (“Girls Trip”) — have started to break out on their own.

“If I may, this cast is really the best cast on television,” Carmichael said. “This cast is so busy and so great. You couldn’t lock down a cast like that on television, it would be impossible to get… we’re still in this place of waiting. It’s a fickle industry, and you never really know. I wouldn’t want to hold them up in any way or keep them in limbo for too long.”

As for the future of the show, “this season is my favorite, so whatever happens I’m over the moon,” he said.

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- Michael Schneider

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Jerrod Carmichael Says It’s No Coincidence That His Show’s Mass Shooting and ‘N’-Word Episodes Are Extremely Timely

21 June 2017 3:50 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

NBC’s decision last week to pull an episode of “The Carmichael Show” came down to the last minute – literally.

According to star and executive producer Jerrod Carmichael, NBC went back and forth in deciding whether to air the episode, “Shoot-Up-Able,” in light of the shooting earlier that day at a congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Va., as well as a separate multiple shooting incident in the Bay Area.

“At 5:55 [8:55 in the Eastern Time Zone], I ultimately got the call that it wasn’t going to air, five minutes before it was scheduled to go on in the East Coast,” Carmichael recalled to IndieWire.

“I had a great conversation with [NBC Entertainment chairman] Bob Greenblatt, and I think it’s important to note that he had very real concerns that we address [why] we stood behind the episode,” Carmichael said. “And to his credit, he made it very collaborative. He was very open and actually made the decision to air it. It went back and forth.”

The episode centers on Carmichael’s title character, who returns home after witnessing a mass shooting at a shopping mall. According to the listing, “he fights against being coddled by his family and being labeled a victim, but things are made harder when he’s forced to tell a police officer exactly what he saw.” Later in the episode, Jerrod admits that he may be suffering from post-traumatic stress.

The Carmichael Show’: Jerrod Carmichael On NBC’s ‘Criminal’ Decision to Pull Mass Shooting Episode (Updated)

That day, Carmichael raced to Universal City to tape a disclaimer to run before the episode and explain why he and NBC thought it was valuable to run in light of the news.

“We wanted to tape something to let people know that we are not trying to capitalize on this, but rather have a conversation,” he said. “That we do respect that there are true victims here and that if we didn’t think that this episode had a lot of love and integrity with it, then we wouldn’t want to air it. I’m not trying to make anyone on the show look bad or look opportunistic. It was really such a sad unfortunate thing. And we only thought that the episode could contribute [to the dialogue].”

Carmichael even suggested that Greenblatt join him on camera to discuss the decision. (The comedian said he was inspired by a special episode of “Saved By the Bell” where then-nbc boss Brandon Tartikoff appeared to give the audience some context.) But Greenblatt demurred.

“Ultimately the network’s largest fears won out and they decided not to air it,” Carmichael said. “But it was a great moment for me and Bob Greenblatt talking about this. He was very thoughtful about it and he had a lot of real things to say, a lot of real concerns and I think we handled it. It was a very great collaborative moment. It unfortunately did not produce like the result that I think we wanted.”

But Carmichael said, in being cautious, he understood the reasons. “The worst thing possible is that someone related to the events is watching television and sees something that they don’t want to see at that moment,” he said. “But I do think that we handled [the subject of mass shootings] so delicately and so honestly that I think it would have been a relief.”

The Carmichael Show” has earned critical praise for its storylines, which often tackle the same kind of relevant social subjects that real families often discuss in their homes – including politics, race, religion, sexuality and more.

This week’s episode, “Cynthia’s Birthday,” is also unusually timely, as it addresses the use of the “n” word by white people – coincidentally right after HBO’s Bill Maher found himself lambasted for using the term on “Real Time.”

“We choose a lot of these topics because of how much they’ve already come up and how much how they are already part of our lives,” Carmichael said. “And so everything that we talk about on the show is a bit evergreen. It’s never just one event that causes us to want to talk about it. These are series of events and things that we’ve seen over the course of our lifetime. [Timely examples] like this are inevitable. It’s inevitable we’ll have another example.”

Carmichael does acknowledge that the show has hit a string of real-world coincidences recently. “This season has been a bit more than ever before timely,” he said. “But I think it’s just an example of how much these things really come up.”

And that’s why, when asked whether “The Carmichael Show” will ever produce a live episode, Carmichael said it wasn’t necessary. “Shoot-Up-Able” was taped months ago, but felt so current – including a “Dear Evan Hansen” joke the same week it won a Tony Award – that live isn’t necessary.

“I don’t think we could have done a stronger live episode,” he said. “I think this was essentially a live episode.”

Except that it ultimately didn’t air – yet. Carmichael said “Shoot-Up-Able” is set to be rescheduled, possibly on June 28.

Read More: ‘The Carmichael Show’ Review: TV’s Boldest Sitcom Is Funnier Than Ever, Even In A Season 3 Filled with Deep Questions

Meanwhile, “The Carmichael Show” cast remains in limbo as NBC makes a decision on a fourth season. The network doesn’t have much longer if it wants to lock in the cast, however, as their options expire at the end of the month. And since “The Carmichael Show” went on the air, a number of stars — including Lil Rel Howery (“Get Out”) and Tiffany Haddish (“Girls Trip”) — have started to break out on their own.

“If I may, this cast is really the best cast on television,” Carmichael said. “This cast is so busy and so great. You couldn’t lock down a cast like that on television, it would be impossible to get… we’re still in this place of waiting. It’s a fickle industry, and you never really know. I wouldn’t want to hold them up in any way or keep them in limbo for too long.”

As for the future of the show, “this season is my favorite, so whatever happens I’m over the moon,” he said.

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- Michael Schneider

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‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Season 1′ DVD Review (Manga UK)

15 June 2017 9:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

“Judge me all you want, if you took the time to open this review based on the title, The Pink Ranger was Your first love too”

Back in January I brought you all the awesome news that Manga Entertainment UK had secured the rights to distribute the awesome 1993 classic series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers on DVD for the first time in the UK… Ever. Obviously as a massive fan of the original series there was no way this was getting by me, You know for Nostalgia and stuff.

Well I got home from my family holiday a short while ago and was psyched to find the full series one boxset on my door mat and wasted no time in tearing through this 6-disc collection of my childhood viewing pleasures (my “Rosebud” if you like). So for anyone who cant remember how great this show was or even what it was »

- Kevin Haldon

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Oitnb Season 5 Recap: [Spoiler] Returns in Episode 6 Flashback

10 June 2017 2:55 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Warning: The following recap contains spoilers from Episode 6 of Orange Is the New Black Season 5. If you’re behind on your binge-viewing, bookmark for safekeeping and return to discuss at a later time.

Call it a bittersweet surprise.

At the midway point of Orange Is the New Black‘s fifth season, Samira Wiley reprises her role as the late Poussey Washington. The scene, which comes towards the end of Episode 6, serves as a flashback to Taystee’s second-ever day at Litchfield.

Next RecapOitnb Season Finale: How Did the Prison Riot End? Who [Spoiler]?

After making her way into the library, »

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Tiffani Thiessen to star in Netflix comedy Alexa & Katie

9 June 2017 8:05 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Deadline is reporting that Saved By the Bell and Beverly Hills, 90210 star Tiffani Thiessen has signed on to star in Alexa & Katie, a new multi-camera comedy from Netflix which is being headlined by Paris Berelc (Mighty Med) and newcomer Isabel May.

Created by Heather Wordham, Alexa & Katie revolves around two lifelong best friends Alexa (Berelc) and Katie (May), who are eagerly anticipating the start of their freshman year of high school. The friends confront a crisis that leaves them feeling like outsiders at a time when what seems to matter most is fitting in. Thiessen is set to play Lori, the determined and protective mother of Alexa.

Alexa & Katie has a 13-episode straight-to-series order from Netflix, and is slated to hit the streaming service in 2018. »

- Gary Collinson

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TVLine Items: Tiffani Thiessen's Netflix Gig, TCA Awards Host and More

7 June 2017 11:13 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Tiffani Thiessen might be hearing some familiar bells in her next TV series.

The former Saved by the Bell star has joined the cast of Netflix’s forthcoming high school-set multi-cam comedy Alexa & Katie, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedNetflix Orders High School-Set Teen Comedy Series Alexa & Katie

The show centers around lifelong best friends Alexa (Paris Berelc) and Katie (Isabel May), who are eagerly anticipating the start of their freshman year of high school. The pals confront a crisis that leaves them feeling like outsiders at a time when what seems to matter most is fitting in. Beverly Hills, »

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Tiffani Thiessen To Co-Star In Netflix Multi-Camera Comedy ‘Alexa & Katie’

7 June 2017 8:30 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Netflix has tapped Tiffani Thiessen, alumna of cult teen sitcom Saved By the Bell, for its first major foray in the genre, Alexa & Katie. Thiessen is set to co-star in the multi-camera comedy, toplined by Paris Berelc (Mighty Med) and newcomer Isabel May, which has a 13-episode, straight-to-series order for a 2018 premiere on the Internet network. Created by Heather Wordham, with comedy veteran Matthew Carlson serving as showrunner, Alexa & Katie is about two lifelong… »

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Mark-Paul Gosselaar to lead Fox vampire pilot The Passage

3 June 2017 6:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Back in January it was announced that Fox had placed a pilot order for a TV adaptation of Justin Cronin’s post-apocalyptic vampire book trilogy The Passage, and now Variety has revealed that Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Saved By the Bell, Pitch) has secured the lead role, and will star alongside Saniyya Sidney, Genesis Rodriguez, Brianne Howey, Bj Britt and Jennifer Ferrin.

The Passage spans a century and is told across two timelines and focuses on Amy Bellafonte (Sidney), a ten-year-old girl who must save the human race. Gosselaar will portray an FBI agent who balks at kidnapping Amy, who has been targeted for an unholy government experiment and goes on the run with her with a veritable army of feds on his heels.

The pilot has been written by Elizabeth Heldens (Deception), who is executive producing with Ridley Scott (Alien: Covenant) and Matt Reeves (War for the Planet of the Apes »

- Gary Collinson

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Mark-Paul Gosselaar is Officially The Little Engine That Could

2 June 2017 3:30 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Mark-Paul Gosselaar has slowly turned into one of my favorite celebrities in the entire world.  For one thing just check out the awesome beard he rocks in the picture above.  For another, I have tremendous respect for any child star that’s managed to stay on the straight and narrow as long as he has.  A show like Saved By the Bell has future drug addict written all over it for child stars but Gosselaar has managed to carve out an incredibly busy and successful TV career for himself. No matter what show this guy lands on whether it’s Franklin and

Mark-Paul Gosselaar is Officially The Little Engine That Could »

- Nat Berman

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Mark-Paul Gosselaar joins vampire series ‘The Passage’

2 June 2017 3:12 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Mark-Paul Gosselaar has joined the cast of the Ridley Scott executive-produced The Passage. The actor, who has appeared in everything from Saved By The Bell to the more recent Bruce Willis action film Precious Cargo and TV series Pitch, will join the likes of  Saniyya Sidney, Genesis Rodriguez, Brianne Howey, Bj Britt and Jennifer Ferrin, who have all also been cast in the show.

Variety reports that the series is based on Justin Cronin’s best-selling trilogy of the same name, and is described as an epic, character-driven thriller that morphs into a post-apocalyptic odyssey, which spans over a century and is told across two timelines. The story focuses on a 10-year-old girl named Amy Bellafonte (Sidney) who must save the human race. Gosselaar will play an FBI agent, who baulks at kidnapping Amy, who has been targeted for an unholy government experiment and goes on the run with her »

- Paul Heath

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