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Thanks to TorontoFilm.Net, here is the Toronto Film Production Update for November 2014:
12 Monkeys Season 1
Aug 6 – Dec 5/14
Oct 20 - Nov 7/14
Beauty And The Beast Season 3
Aug. 28 – Feb 06/15
Bitten Season 2
Aug. 5 – Nov. 18/15
Born To Be Blue
Oct. 20 – Nov. 21/14
God And Country
Oct. 7 - Nov 8/14
Hannibal Season 3
Oct 20/14 - Apr 02/15
Oct 22 - Dec. 22/14
Sept 6 - Nov 26/14
Man Seeking Woman
Oct 6 - Dec. 19/14
Murdoch Mysteries Season 8
Jun 2 - Nov 28 /14
Reign Season 2
Jul 07 - Apr 13/15
Oct 14 – Dec 15/14
Saving Hope Season 3
Jun 11 - Dec 15/14
Oct. 6 – Nov. 2/14
Suits Season 4
Apr. 7 – Nov. 7/14
Oct 28/14 - Mar 27/15
The Good Witch Season One
Oct. 15/14 – Feb. 13/15
The Strain Season 2
Nov. 17/4 – Apr. 30/15
Oct-14/14 – March 3/15 »
- Michael Stevens
Once Upon a Time has already taken us to the Enchanted Forest of old and new and Neverland. We've seen glimpses of Oz and now Arendelle. We've heard the stories of Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, and Little Red Riding Hood. So are there any lands and legends left unturned that Once Upon a Time can visit (or even revisit)? Here are five suggestions that would make good half seasons stories for our fairy tale heroes. »
"Frozen" fans excited for the upcoming Broadway musical adaptation of the animated hit may want to let it go for a while: According to the man in charge of putting the show together, the final product is still in the early planning stages, with no concrete timeline in sight.
In a lengthy interview with The Hollywood Reporter about his many successes adapting popular Disney properties into hit Broadway shows (including recent record-breaker "The Lion King" and "Beauty and the Beast"), Thomas Schumacher, president and producer at Disney Theatrical Group, told the trade that the "Frozen" stage production was a top priority -- but there's still a lot of work to do.
"My job is to corral the writers of the movie. I'm already talking to directors, and I have a design concept, and we have to begin to fashion this idea," Schumacher said of the planning process so far. "It doesn't need to be fast. »
- Katie Roberts
Jane the Virgin got off to a decent start in the ratings, giving The CW its most-watched Monday in nearly three years. The drama, which stars Gina Rodriguez as a virgin who is accidentally artificially inseminated, debuted to 1.63 million viewers and 0.6 in the 18-49 demographic, doubling last year’s rating in the demo for Beauty and the Beast. The series also built on its lead-in, The Originals, in total viewers. The Vampire Diaries spin-off drew 1.3 million and 0.7. Over on CBS, Big Bang Theory brought in 15.6 million and 4.6, up slightly from last week, while Scorpion (11.5 million, 2.4) went down a tick. NCIS: »
- Natalie Abrams
Whether you look at the premiere performance of the CW's Jane the Virgin as good news or bad news, each option does come with a bit of a caveat. The critically-lauded stateside spin on a Venezuelan telenovela debuted to a 0.6 rating among adults 18-49 and 1.6 million viewers. And while outwardly small, that's double the demo showing previous 9 p.m. time slot occupant Beauty and the Beast earned last fall. Jane the Virgin also built on its lead-in audience, eclipsing The Originals' 1.3 million viewers. If the numbers aren't swayed by adjustments
- Michael O'Connell
The CW’s Jane the Virgin “scored” on Monday night, premiering to 1.63 million total viewers and a 0.6 rating — building on The Originals‘ audience and doubling Beauty and the Beast’s year-ago demo delivery in the time slot (900K/0.3).
Jane in fact gave The CW its largest Mondays-at-9 audience since February 2012. TVLine readers assigned the new dramedy an average grade of “B+.”
Opening the night, The Originals (1.3 mil/0.7) matched its season opener. All told, The CW enjoyed its most watched Monday in nearly three years.
CBS | The Big Bang Theory (15.6 mil/4.6) ticked up a tenth, while Scorpion (11.5 mil/2.4) dipped a tenth. »
So thats it for Week 3! Thank you for all your comments and for being generally amazing. Ill be back next Saturday in the meantime youll find Stus X Factor results show liveblog starts in 15 minutes, and the splendid Julia Raeside will be liveblogging The Apprentice from 9pm on Wednesday. Ill be back next Saturday for Strictly Week 4, and you can find me on Twitter @heidistephens in the meantime. Have a fabulous week, and keeeeeep dancing! Hx
So leaving this week is Jennifer and Tristan! They have both been lovely, but such is the way of Strictly. Theyre being forced to do their final dance to My Heart Will Go On from Titanic, as bellowed by a wounded bear. »
- Heidi Stephens
Of the five networks, The CW has the fewest hours of primetime to fill but they're not finding it any easier to find hits. Most of their returning shows are way down year-to-year and some of their new series are struggling. Which will be cancelled or renewed? Stay tuned!
New CW shows (so far): The Originals, Reign, and The Tomorrow People.
How does The CW decide what to cancel or renew? They look at a lot of different factors but the ratings play an important role. The higher the ratings, the better chance a show has of surviving. Here's how the network's shows are doing so far: »
Based on the premiere of Freak Show, Jessica Lange wasn’t just towing the company line when she said that this season of American Horror Story could well be its best yet. The first hour — which took us to Jupiter, Fla., in 1952 to ask who really are the “Monsters Among Us,” the freaks or those who misjudge them? — was stylish, shocking and irresistibly over the (big) top!
Double Vision | Over the course of the episode, dueling diary entries offered us the very different perspectives of Sarah Paulson’s conjoined twins, Bette and Dot Tattler, who, after murdering their (over?) protective mother, »
Ever since she chose Luke Wheeler (Will Chase) over Deacon Claybourne (Charles Esten) as her husband-to-be, Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton) seems to be living quite the charmed life on Nashville. But are all her Deacon relationship woes really in her past? Not so much, since E! News has some exclusive casting news that promises to stir up all the old feelings Rayna is trying to bury about her ex! We can exclusively reveal that Anthony Ruvivar is set to portray the guy who is about to make Rayna's personal and professional lives an absolute living hell. Ruvivar, who most recently guest-starred on the CW's Beauty and the Beast as an FBI agent, will play Brett Raines, a hard-hitting Rolling Stone reporter »
Will Jake continue his impressive streak, or will he begin to falter? Can Jennifer bounce back from being in the dance off last week? It remains to be seen, but why not try to guess from the Movie Week songs and dances - we have all the details below...
Song: 'Footloose' from, erm, Footloose
Song: 'I Don't Want To Miss A Thing' from Armageddon
Dance: Paso Doble
Song: 'America' from West Side Story
Song: 'The Godfather Waltz' from, you guessed it, The Godfather
Song: 'Mamma Mia' from, yep, Mamma Mia
Wilmington, Nc. It's nearly half-way through production on the second season of Fox's "Sleepy Hollow" and Katia Winter is getting to scratch an itch. Let's pretend that I'm being metaphorical and talking about the expanded opportunities for Winter's Katrina, who spent the first "Sleepy Hollow" as more of a recurring plot device than a recurring character. She'd show up in expositional flashbacks or she'd pop up to help cut a narrative corner through witchcraft, but it was hard to get a feeling for Katrina as a person, much less for Katrina and Ichabod as a couple. Perhaps that's why a large segment of the "Sleepy Hollow" fandom was able to ignore that when they shipped IchAbbie, one of the principals was a man who was, at least ostensibly, happily married. Through the two episodes that have aired, we've already gotten more of Katrina as a human character than we got »
- Daniel Fienberg
Below, you'll find a list of The CW's recent/current/upcoming primetime TV shows and their current status. To see a series' ratings and how many episodes have aired (if any), click the links in the middle column.
The series include The 100, America's Next Top Model, Arrow, Backpackers, Barber Battle, Beauty and the Beast, Breaking Pointe, Capture, The Carrie Diaries, The Flash, Famous in 12, Hart of Dixie, iZombie, Jane the Virgin, Masters of Illusion, The Messengers, Nikita, Oh Sit!, The Originals, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Perfect Score, Reign, Seed, Star-Crossed, Supernatural, The Tomorrow People, The Vampire Diaries, Whose Line Is It Anyway? »
It’s hard to slow down and savor life (or love) when you have the likes of Peter Pan, the Wicked Witch and evil snowmen coming after you. And yet Once Upon a Time‘s Emma will endeavor to do just that as Season 4 of the ABC series continues this Sunday at 8/7c.
TVLine spoke with Jennifer Morrison about Emma’s adventures in dating, a certain swashbuckler’s extreme makeover, having an ice time with Queen Elsa, smoothing things over with Regina and other hot topics.
Related Ratings: Once Upon a Time Premiere Hits a 2-Year High
Tvline | So, tell »
Mr. Peabody and Sherman were the stars of one of last winter's most popular animated films. It was a well-deserved and long overdue promotion, since the characters got their start in 1959 as supporting characters in the Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoon universe. Well, the tables have turned. In the new 3-D Blu-ray of Mr. Peabody & Sherman, which arrives Oct. 14, the clever squirrel and not-so-clever moose return for another crazy adventure titled "Another Fine Moose You've Gotten Me Into," or "The Man In The Iron Moose!" Of course, if Rocky and Bullwinkle are back, then Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale can't be far behind. »
- Jeff Labrecque
“Why Aren’T You All Turning Your Chairs? Turn Your Chairs! Turn Them! Turn Them!”
Oh dear. I am so sorry to begin this recap of The Voice‘s fourth round of Season 7 Blind Auditions with an all-caps rant, but come on, I’m not the only one who finds himself shouting and gesticulating wildly when Gwen, Pharrell, Adam and Blake ignore winning PowerBall tickets falling from heaven, am I?
And by “winning PowerBall tickets,” of course, I mean serious contenders like Toia Jones and Amanda Lee Peers, who tonight had to settle for two- and one-chair turns, respectively, while »
It looks as though Emma Watson has got some serious thinking to do. While the Harry Potter actress is currently attached to star in Warner Bros.. troubled Beauty and the Beast adaptation, the fact that Steven Chbosky has signed up to scribe Disney.s own planned reworking of the classic fairy-tale now creates the interesting possibility that she could wind up moving to the competing project. Watson has been attached to Warner Bros.. Beauty and the Beast for the last few months; however, after Guillermo del Toro pulled out of the project in June,Watson.s own involvement in the film is no longer guaranteed (even though the studio is still planning to move forward with the project once it has confirmed a replacement director). Now that Disney.s Beauty and the Beast has hired Stephen Chbosky as its writer, Entertainment Weekly has offered up the possibility that that Watson »
If I had to pick my favorite animated film of all time, I would probably end up going with Disney's Beauty And The Beast. It was not one I watched much as a kid. The Lion King and The Hunchback of Notre Dame are where my Disney nostalgia attachments lie. However, when I was about fifteen or sixteen, I revisited the movie and took on a whole new appreciation for it, particularly considering that I learned so much about how musicals should operate. The music by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman is lush and filled with character. It drives conflict and story in a way that makes its pace never let up. The film never sits back and spins its wheels in a redundant song, which is why the extended edition of the movie that came out including the song "Human Again" does not work as well. Upon first hearing »
- Mike Shutt
After bringing his own iconic coming-of-age book The Perks of Being a Wallflower to the big screen, Stephen Chbosky is tackling another big screen adaptation. EW has learned that the author turned screenwriter and director has come on board Disney's live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast, adapted from the studio's 1991 animated musical. Dreamgirls director Bill Condon is still getting behind the camera for the film, but Chbosky will write a new draft of the script. Previously we heard the film would be a "straight-forward, live-action, large-budget movie musical," but could that change with Chbosky on board? It's unlikely that the musical elements of the film will go away, especially since they plan to use most of the songs written by Alan Menken, Tim Rice and Howard Ashman from the stage play and the animated Disney film. But maybe the young adult angle will be played up more than it »
- Ethan Anderton
Disney Theatrical Productions and Shiki Theatre Company are bringing Aladdin to Tokyo. This is the first international production of the Broadway musical comedy and is hitting a market where Disney’s feature animation Frozen recently grossed a record-breaking $250M. Performances will begin in May at the Dentsu Shiki Theatre Umi in Tokyo. Produced on Broadway by Disney Theatrical Productions, Aladdin opened at the New Amsterdam Theatre on March 20 and features music by Tony and Oscar winner Alan Menken, lyrics by Oscar winner Howard Ashman and Tony and Oscar winner Tim Rice, and Tony nominee Chad Beguelin. Lyrics will be translated into Japanese by Chikae Takahashi, who worked on the Japanese translation for Frozen. The Tokyo production will be cast locally and performed in Japanese. This marks the fifth collaboration between Disney Theatrical Productions and Shiki Theatre Company following the successful and current runs of Beauty And The Beast, The Lion King, »
- Nancy Tartaglione
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