5 items from 2013
You guys remember Josh Peck from the cult kid’s show, Drake and Josh, right? He has actually done quite well for himself since that show ended. He also has an incredibly funny Vine account that you should follow, and has starred in a few big name movies. Anyway, it seems Josh Peck will be joining [&hellip
- Remy Carreiro
On TV this Tuesday: Prepare for a Pretty Little scare, ABC Family welcomes you to Ravenswood, The Goldbergs think inside the box and Jenna and her Awkward friends are back. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Preview | Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Assemble! Plus – Is Skye’s Secret About to Come Out?
- Kimberly Roots
In Denis Villeneuve's highly praised thriller "Prisoners," two young girls go missing, propelling one father, played by Hugh Jackman, to spring into action, doing what the police won't. While Jake Gyllenhaal's Detective Loki pursues an array of leads, Jackman's Keller Dover pushes the boundaries of the law to find the kidnapper. After Villeneuve's shocking 2012 thriller "Incendies," expect the tension to get insanely high in "Prisoners" -- and watch out for a crazy twist.
Josh Holloway, from ABC's "Lost," plays former basketball coach Jason Blake, who helps prep a team of b-boys for the upcoming breakdancing world championship in "Battle of the Year." Among the dancers intent on winning back the trophy are hip-hop artist Chris Brown and Josh Peck, »
- Erin Whitney
Now that it has 1,200 hours of original programming to produce for distributors like Netflix and Super Rtl over the next five years, DreamWorks Animation has tapped veteran Nickelodeon executive Marjorie Cohn to run its new television division.
The New York native has spent the past 26 years at Nickelodeon in various development and production roles. While there, she helped make Nickelodeon the No. 1 cable channel for 18 consecutive years. She’s leaving the company as president, content development where she oversaw both animated and live action series including “SpongeBob Squarepants,” “Rugrats,” “iCarly,” “The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius,” “The Fairly OddParents” and the “Kids’ Choice Awards.”
She will now ramp up production of DreamWorks Animation’s TV series — a significant area of growth for the toon studio. Dwa-chief Jeffrey Katzenberg sees TV as both a significant revenue stream as well as a key way to grow the appeal of its brands »
- Marc Graser
Drake Bell, who is famous for being on such wonderful Nickelodeon shows as "Drake and Josh" and "The Amanda Show," has been on Twitter for the past few days, just tweeting things harmless little tweets about Justin Bieber. Why? Because Justin's fans are out of their minds. Here's how it started this time (last month, Justin tweeted that he was writing some songs, to which Drake replied "yeah right"): Justin Bieber is 5'6" now I understand why you guys love him!! He's the same height as all you 12 year olds! I totally get it now sorry guys — Drake Bell (@DrakeBell) April 7, 2013 So can we have a collective crush on Drake Bell now?--Emily Trainham Read more »
- tooFab Staff
5 items from 2013
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