8 items from 2015
Recently, ABC served up the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Mistresses" season finale episode 13 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "Goodbye Girl," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting and dramatic stuff go down as Vivian's condition gets much, much worse. Josslyn goes searching for the possible, real killer, and more! In the new, 13th episode press release: Relationships Are On The Line For The Ladies But A Bigger Threat May Be Lurking. Press release number 2: Just as Josslyn gets her freedom, Harry will get presented with an exciting new job opportunity that will impact a future with her. As soon as Scotty leaves Los Angeles, Marc is going to disappear, causing April to finally realize her true feelings. Vivian's illness will take a turn for the worse, leaving Karen adrift and unsure of the future. Josslyn is going to receive a »
Through eponymous weekly series, Vice maintains a regular presence on HBO. Now, a new deal will expand the alternative news publication's partnership with the premium cable channel. In what HBO is calling its "most expansive content deal ever," it will team with Vice for a daily newscast, four more seasons of the weekly Vice program, and a host of additional specials.
The centerpiece of the deal is the daily news program, which will include five half-hour episodes per week across 48 weeks of the year. The show will be the first show of its kind ever broadcast by HBO, but Vice has already begun experimenting with long-form serial content; in February, it launched On The Line, an hour-long weekly show the streams live on the Vice News YouTube channel.
The deal also includes a four-year expansion of Vice, which debuted in 2013 and was renewed a year later. Each half-hour episode of the Emmy-winning weekly program, »
- Sam Gutelle
Recently, CBS served up these 2,new sneak peek/spoiler clips (below) for their upcoming "The Good Wife" episode 16 of season 6, and they offer up new looks at some very dramatic and interesting stuff as Alicia and Peter put up a hardcore front for the public after taking major shots at each other in private, and more. The episode is labeled, "Red Meat." The official storyline for episode 16, reads like this: Alicia's Political Future Is On The Line When Peter Gives An Interview That Could Influence Voter Turnout On Election Day." Storyline number 2: Alicia's political future will be on the line when Peter gives an interview that could influence voter turnout on Election Day. Meanwhile, a weekend getaway with Kurt and his affluent hunting buddies, could lead Diane to a prosperous new client for the firm. Episode 16 airs tomorrow night,March 22nd at 8pm central time on CBS. »
Last night, CBS dropped the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "The Good Wife" episode 16 of season 6, and it gives us new looks at some heavy, drama-filled stuff when Alicia gets quite pissed with Peter over ruining her campaign, and more! The episode is titled, "Red Meat." In the new, 16th episode official description: Alicia's Political Future Is On The Line When Peter Gives An Interview That Could Influence Voter Turnout On Election Day." Description number 2: Alicia's political future will be on the line when Peter gives an interview that could influence voter turnout on Election Day. Meanwhile, a weekend getaway with Kurt and his affluent hunting buddies, could lead Diane to a prosperous new client for the firm. Episode 16 is scheduled to air on Sunday night,March 22nd at 8pm central time on CBS. »
Recently, CBS delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Good Wife" episode 16 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "Red Meat," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting and drama-filled stuff take place as Alicia's political future gets put in major danger due to Peter's latest actions, and more! In the new, 16th episode press release: Alicia's Political Future Is On The Line When Peter Gives An Interview That Could Influence Voter Turnout On Election Day." Press release number 2: Alicia's political future is going to be on the line when Peter gives an interview that could influence voter turnout on Election Day. In the meantime, a weekend getaway with Kurt and his affluent hunting buddies, could lead Diane to a prosperous new client for the firm. Oliver Platt guest stars as R.D., an influential figure in conservative politics, Gary Cole returns as Kurt McVeigh, »
Recently, we've seen a trend of digital news series from major media companies, and Vice is joining the fun. The edgy publication has launched On The Line, a weekly hour-long program that streams live on the Vice News channel.
As Variety notes, On The Line does not have a steady hosts. Instead, Vice News correspondents will take turns leading the program and discussing their recent work. The first episode, which arrived on YouTube on February 19th, features reporter Henry Langston, who recently released a short documentary on the Vice News channel concerning the ongoing civil war in Iraq.
On The Line is Vice's first weekly live series on YouTube. The media company also produces Vice, a weekly program for TV. That program, which debuted in 2013, has completed two seasons on HBO.
Replays of Vice's new show will also be available on Milk Video, Samsung's streaming video service. Viewers who access »
- Sam Gutelle
Desperately seeking a “pretty movie stars chase art treasures in world capitals” vibe, this goofy soufflé ultimately falls flat
I admit to being a big fan of watching glamorous movie stars gadding around world capitols in the comedic pursuit of art treasures; I spent countless hours glued to the TV as a kid soaking in comic soufflés like “Charade” and “How to Steal a Million,” and I’ll even defend the much-maligned “Hudson Hawk” for its efforts to keep the genre alive in our modern, cynical era.
If only I could feel as charitable toward “Mortdecai,” a glamorous, jet-set fantasy »
- Alonso Duralde
Should the recent surge in male facial hair as a fashion accessory stall in 2015, barbers would be within their rights to blame “Mortdecai,” a perky but obstinately unfunny heist caper with a hero irksome enough to make any happily mustachioed man reconsider his life choices. Directed (but, unusually, not written) by an off-form David Koepp, the film shoots for the swinging insouciance of ’60s farce, but this story of a caddish art dealer enlisted by MI5 to assist in a knotty theft case is longer on frippery than quippery: There’s a fatal shortage of zingers to supplement its exhausting zaniness. Only particularly dedicated devotees of Johnny Depp’s latter-day strain of mugging — here channeling Austin Powers by way of P.G. Wodehouse — will delight in this expensive-looking oddity.
- Guy Lodge
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