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“Lost In Space” could making its way back to the screen, as sources tell Variety that Netflix is developing a reboot of the 1965 CBS classic with plans for a straight-to-series order. Though Netflix declined to comment, the new potential series hails from writers Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless who will exec produce with Kevin Burns, Neil Marshall and Marc Helwig. First reported by Deadline, the Netflix project is not the first go at a “Lost In Space” television remake, as the WB produced a pilot in 2003, which was never picked up to series.
“The Prancing Elites Project” Season 2 will premiere on Oxygen on Tuesday, Jan. 19 at 8:00 p.m. For its sophomore season, the docuseries has expanded to hourlong episodes. Prior to the Season 2 premiere, a sneak peek at the new episodes will air during the cabler’s “Friendsgiving” marathon on Thanksgiving day.
Revolving around an African American, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Show of hands if you saw That Scandal twist coming. What, no one? We didn’t think so.
At the midway point of the ABC drama’s fall finale on Thursday, Olivia was escorted into a private medical room and then underwent an apparent abortion. That was followed by an epic, seemingly irreparable quarrel between Liv and Fitz, after which she moved out of the White House. »
Andrew Keegan is prepping for parenthood! The actor, who gained fame in the '90s for his roles in Camp Nowhere, Party of Five, and 10 Things I Hate About You, announced on Friday that he is expecting his first child with girlfriend Arista Ilona, who works for Apple. In a statement, Andrew said, "My beloved partner and I are excited to welcome a baby into our lives and our community. We look forward to embracing the sacred responsibility of parenthood as well as learning from this spirit." He added, "Our intention is to raise our child in a cocreative environment where truth and love are foremost. We welcome your thoughts and prayers for this incubating life." Andrew stepped out of the spotlight to cofound the La spiritual center Full Circle Venice, which is described as "an experiential environment that aims to elevate the individual while connecting us with each other. »
- Brittney Stephens
Party of three! Andrew Keegan and his girlfriend, Arista Ilona, are expecting their first child together, his manager confirms to Us Weekly. "My beloved partner and I are excited to welcome a baby into our lives and our community,” the Party of Five alum and Full Circle Venice founder, 36, said in a statement to Us. “We look forward to embracing the sacred responsibility of parenthood as well as learning from this spirit.” Keegan, who co-founded the spiritual center in Los Angeles, couldn’t be happier to become a [...] »
In the fall of 2012, “Emily Owens M.D.” debuted on the CW. Its cast was attractive and appealing, but the medical soap failed to connect with audiences. “Emily Owens,” which was created by Jennie Snyder Urman (who would go on to birth “Jane the Virgin”) soon faded into oblivion.
Fast-forward to three years later, when the network has bagged a Peabody Award for one of its series — the critically acclaimed “Jane” — and is reaching ratings records for another — the superhero phenomenon “The Flash.” Under the stewardship of Mark Pedowitz, who was named president of the network in April 2011, the CW is arguably more creatively relevant and commercially competitive than it’s ever been.
Not only has it bagged multiple awards and noms, including a Golden Globe for “Jane” star Gina Rodriguez, it’s expanded its reach beyond its traditional female-skewing, 18- to 34-year-old audience. New series have turned up on critics’ top 10 lists, »
- Maureen Ryan
Swat: Unit 887 stars Tom Sizemore (Natural Born Killers, Saving Private Ryan, Black Hawk Down), Mischa Barton (Fox’s “The O.C.”), Micael Pare (The Virgin Suicides, The Lincoln Lawyer) and Jeremy London (Party of Five, “Dark Rising: Warrior of Worlds”).
A non-stop, race against the time action packed thriller that follows an elite Swat Team as they try to stop a domestic terrorist from killing innocent hostages and destroying the city of Los Angeles. With 24 hours left on the clock, the team must rely on their instincts and unique skill set to stop the attack and bring justice.
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- Movie Geeks
A few thoughts on the end of "Masters of Sex" season 3 coming up just as soon as the Little Brown man is back... I had to take a break from reviewing this season's episodes when I went to La for press tour, fully intending to pick back up with it a few weeks down the road. Sometimes, when I pause regular coverage, all I feel is frustration at not having an outlet to write about each episode of a show. At other times, though, it can be a relief, and I discovered that I not only didn't miss reviewing the show weekly, but was relieved that I no longer had to rush to watch the next episode. When we got up to Virginia trying to jump start a gorilla's libido, I just stopped watching altogether, having lost interest in just about every corner of the series, despite the continued great performances from Sheen, »
- Alan Sepinwall
James Marsden has been gracing Hollywood with his very handsome presence for more than 20 years, and along with some memorable appearances on screen, James has had more than a few sexy moments off screen, too. Back in the '90s, he played small parts on popular TV shows like Saved by the Bell: The New Class, Blossom, and Party of Five, later starring in films like X-Men and Zoolander before making fans swoon with his turn in The Notebook. (No, his character didn't stand a chance against Ryan Gosling's Noah, but that tearjerking Notebook romance wouldn't have been the same without Allie's sexy fiancé, right?) James turns 42 this week, so to celebrate the actor's birthday, let's take a look back at some of his hottest moments from 1999 to now. »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Clinger, the first to be announced in the second wave of films in Shriekfest 2015's lineup, takes the concept of "the clingy ex" to a whole new level. Also: details on the Halloween party happening on the Terminus set from The Walking Dead, a new Shark Lake trailer, and three images from Girl in Woods.
Shriekfest 2015: Press Release: "(Los Angeles, CA) - Shriekfest International Horror/Sci-fi Film Festival is thrilled to announce its second surge of films for the Fifteenth annual festival! Shriekfest brings you the Best in independent horror and sci-fi! "We are so excited for our 15th year and this slate of films!" says festival director Denise Gossett. Shriekfest is Oct 1-4. www.shriekfest.com
- Tamika Jones
Yield Entertainment has released a new poster and stills for Jeremy Benson’s Girl in Woods. The latest thriller from the director of Shutter and Live Animals, the titular girl must battle nature and her own demons for her survival and sanity in a deserted part of the Appalachian Mountains. On his latest film, Benson said:
Girl in Woods was a passion project for us. The idea of doing an origin story to what would be a slasher film interested me, and being able to wrap that inside of a psychological thriller seemed to add a level of storytelling that, as a horror fan, I felt would be welcomed. This film is the birth of an urban legend; one of a mysterious savage that is believed to be killing people in the mountains. I want audiences to be disturbed by what is happening to Grace, and at the end understand »
- Phil Wheat
The first footage from the second season of Wgn America’s nuclear drama Manhattan confirms actress Neve Campbell on board in a recurring role. Creator Sam Shaw’s fictionalized rendering of the 1940s’ Manhattan Project in Los Alamos and the build-up to the detonation of the Trinity A-bomb returns October 13, 9 Pm Et. Campbell (Mad Men, Party Of Five) will play Kitty Oppenheimer, wife of J. Robert Oppenheimer (the so-called father of the atomic bomb played on the series by… »
Horror isn't just blood and gore. Dark Places, based on Gillian Flynn's novel of the same name, will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD this October. Also in this morning's round-up: details on The Walking Dead #1 variant for purchase at Wizard World San Jose and a new Mad Max video game trailer.
Blu-ray.com reports that "Libby Day (Theron) was only seven years old when her mother and two sisters were murdered and her brother Ben (Tye Sheridan, Joe) was jailed for the crime. Now, twenty-five years later, Libby discovers shocking evidence that Ben may be innocent and the real killer is still at large. Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max: Fury Road), Chloë Grace Moretz (If I Stay), Sterling Jerins (World War Z), Corey Stoll (Ant-Man) and Christina Hendricks (TV's "Mad Men") costar »
- Tamika Jones
In a dynamic marketplace, a rising tide lifts all boats. And the tidal wave of television series production in the past few years has led to an unprecedented number of women serving as captains of their ships — as showrunners and auteur writer-directors of shows.
And Shonda Rhimes now has company on the list of women who are juggling multiple primetime series.
This sea change comes with financial gains, according to data from the Writers Guild of America West, and brings anecdotal evidence of shifts in the way series are made. But it’s not just the heightened demand for content that has been good for female creatives; a newfound openness to material, no matter how challenging or narrowly focused, has paved the way for shows with fresh themes. »
- Cynthia Littleton
Sneak Peek Zenescope Entertainment's "Charmed" Season 10 #12, available October 2015, in a support of the CBS TV pilot reboot of the bewitching series that aired for eight seasons:
"...'Charmed' follows three sisters, known as the 'Charmed Ones', the most powerful good witches of all time, whose destiny is to protect innocent lives from evil beings such as demons and 'warlocks'.
"Each sister possesses unique magical powers that grow and evolve, while they attempt to maintain normal lives in modern day San Francisco. Keeping their supernatural identities separate and secret from their ordinary lives often becomes a challenge for them, with the exposure of magic having far-reaching consequences on their various relationships and resulting in a number of police and FBI investigations. »
- Michael Stevens
Variety has learned exclusively that the actor has been promoted to a series regular for the third season of the medical drama about the lives of doctors and staff working in the ER at a San Antonio hospital. Wolf appeared in the first two seasons of the series as Scott Clemmens, a trauma surgeon who moves to town to be near his fiancée and fellow doctor Jordan Alexander (Jill Flint). Unfortunately for him, she has unresolved feelings for their coworker, Tc Callahan (Eoin Macken).
Wolf, who most recently starred in TNT’s “Perception,” is repped by Innovative Artists, Alchemy Entertainment and attorney Bob Wallerstein. His credits also include “Everwood,” “Party of Five” and “The Nine.”
- Whitney Friedlander
Anyone remember Party of Five? Exactly the same as Dawson’s Creek but without those homely qualities of a Katie Holmes or Michelle Williams. It aired on Channel Four in the Nineties, convincing Miramax producers that casting Neve Campbell in Scream was a good idea. Providing her with a means to pay the mortgage for twenty years and three subsequent sequels.
Initially championed by Wes Craven maker of original Nightmares on Elm Street. Scream was touted as a revisionist reinvention. That most post-modern of commodities known as the tongue in cheek slasher movie. A nudge, nudge, wink, wink wake up call for an outdated genre. Written by Kevin Williamson who went on to pen The Faculty for Robert Rodriguez, Scream is still heralded as a benchmark today. Spawning numerous copycat flicks including I Know What You Did Last Summer, »
- Gary Collinson
Scream star Neve Campbell has landed a series regular role in the fourth season of House of Cards, her highest profile television gig since her Party of Five days. Campbell recently guest appeared in the second season of TV4's Welcome to Sweden (which is scheduled to air in the U.S. on NBC later this month), and guest starred in the debut episode of the final season of Mad Men. There's no... Read More »
- Jesse Giroux
Deadline is reporting that Neve Campbell (Party of Five, Scream) has signed on for a series regular role in the upcoming fourth season of Netflix’s acclaimed political drama House of Cards, although details of her character are being kept under wraps for the time being.
Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright are set to return as Frank and Claire Underwood, while rumours have suggested that the fourth season could see the introduction of a new, younger rival couple. Shooting on season four is slated to get underway this summer ahead of a release in 2016.
- Gary Collinson
A new lady will be entering Frank Underwood’s life when House of Cards returns for Season 4 next year. Scream and Party of Five star Neve Campbell has joined the cast of the Netflix political drama as a series regular, according to Deadline. Details about her character are being kept under wraps at this time. In addition to her role on Party of Five, Campbell’s TV credits include Mad Men, Grey’s Anatomy, The Simpsons, and Lifetime’s TV movie, An Amish Murder. This summer, she’ll also appear in Season 2 of NBC’s Welcome to Sweden. House of Cards stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright as Frank and Claire Underwood, an ambitious Washington power couple who ascended the political hierarchy to become President of the United States and First Lady at the end of the show’s second season. Season 3 of House of Cards dealt with Frank’s »
- Chris King
Who would've thought that the Dad from "Malcolm In The Middle" would be a convincing drug kingpin in "Breaking Bad"? And look at the doubters that are now convinced about Rachel McAdams' ability to play a tough, damaged cop on "True Detective." Not only has the current golden age of television given us great programming, it has also allowed more than a few actors the chance to shine in the kind of roles they wouldn't normally get at the movies. So don't scoff at this next piece of news. Read More: The Best And Worst Of 'House Of Cards' Season 3 Neve Campbell is joining the fourth season of Netflix's "House Of Cards," and of course, her role isn't being revealed just yet, but she will be a series regular. While the actress jumped to fame thanks to the "Scream" films and TV show "Party Of Five," she »
- Kevin Jagernauth
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