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Survivor's Remorse Renewed for Season 2 at Starz

10 October 2014 12:58 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

They shoot, they score!

Starz on Friday renewed its basketball comedy Survivor’s Remorse for a second season.

Like its time-slot predecessor Outlander, Remorse‘s pickup came less than a week after the LeBron James-produced series launched on the premium cabler.

Remorse‘s first season — Episode 2 of which will air Saturday at 9/8c — is six episodes long; Season 2 will offer 10 half-hour installments.


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Haven First Look: Alphas' Laura Mennell Plays Doctor With [Spoiler]

9 October 2014 8:03 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

The doctor is in, when Alphas alum Laura Mennell joins Syfy’s Haven — and TVLine has your first look at how she quickly gets “up close and personal” with a couple of the Troubled town’s residents.

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Haven now airs Fridays at 7/6c, starting this week, and Mennell makes her debut on Halloween in the recurring role of Dr. Charlotte Cross, a brilliant epidemiologist from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Cdc) who fears the Maine burg is on the verge of a deadly outbreak. Charlotte is further described as “a force to be reckoned with, »

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Survivor's Remorse Stars on Shooting & Scoring in New Starz B-Ball Comedy

4 October 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Jessie T. Usher and RonReaco Lee are here to tell you that you don’t need to know a three-pointer from a pump fake in order to enjoy their new, sports-themed Starz comedy, Survivor’s Remorse.

“You really don’t have to be into basketball,” Lee (Level Up) tells TVLine, describing the series as an examination of “the lifestyle that comes with being a pro baller, not so much the game.”

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His co-star compares the way Remorse treats basketball to the way Friday Night Lights treated football. “It’s a look behind the curtain, »

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Family Guy Premiere: 10 Must-Discuss Moments from The Simpsons Crossover

28 September 2014 6:59 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

After more than a year of hype, the first families of Fox finally came together on Sunday’s Family Guy season premiere. So, did the Simpsons crossover meet your expectations?

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It certainly met mine. I found the Griffins’ visit to Springfield to be a bizarre-yet-perfect marriage, one that taught us all a valuable lesson: Despite their inherent similarities, it’s Ok to love both shows for (very) different reasons.

So, without further Apu, here are 10 moments that stuck out to me — for better or worse — from the premiere: »

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Outlander Midseason Finale Recap: April, Come She Will

27 September 2014 6:59 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

We have seen the future and it is black, jack.

Because if it’s not bad enough that the Outlander midseason finale leave its heroine bent over a table with her skirts around her ears and a blade pressed to some very sensitive bits, we now have to wait seven months to see how everything resolves!

Good thing the Starz drama gives us plenty to think about in the interim. Chiefly: Who among us — particularly among those with well-worn copies of Diana Gabaldon’s novel — would’ve thought it possible to feel so much sympathy for Frank, Claire’s abandoned-in-the-future husband? »

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Disney makes it official: 'The Incredibles' is finally getting a sequel

18 March 2014 12:45 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

It is the day fans have been asking for since 2004, and for many years, it was a day that I was sure would never happen. In the decade since the first film was released, Brad Bird has probably answered the question about whether or not there would be an "Incredibles" sequel a hundred times, and each time, he's been very blunt. The problem was always coming up with a story that was worth telling again with those characters. It would be easy to crank out a dozen movies where we just spend time with Bob, Helen, Dash, Violet, and the deeply freaky Jack Jack, and I'm sure audiences would have been happy to watch those films. But Brad Bird is not a guy who had a lot of patience for business as usual. Before "The Iron Giant," I knew Brad primarily from his work on "Family Dog" and as a screenwriter, »

- Drew McWeeny

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