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There were surprise musical guests, food trucks, and a star-studded roster of attendees -- but that's where the similarities with the Hollywood Oscar bashes stopped at the UTA United Voices rally, held Friday in lieu of the agency's usual swank after-party.
Actors, artists, musicians and humanitarians were joined by a crowd of around 1,500 people at the rally in Beverly Hills, to -- as comedian Keegan Michael Key put it -- "support the creative community's growing concern with anti-immigration sentiment in the United States of America and the potential chilling effect on the global exchange of ideas, not to mention freedom of expression."
Two-time Academy Award winner Jodie Foster made a rare public appearance at the rally, admitting that she usually prefers to keep her activism out of the public eye. "As most of you know, I don't do »
“We are pleased that Bruce McGill will be playing decorated Vietnam War veteran Henry Rogers,” showrunners George Schenck and Frank Cardea say in a statement. “We have been huge fans of his going all the way back to his breakout performance as D-Day in the unforgettable comedy classic Animal House.”
In the Tuesday, March 28 episode of CBS’ most-watched drama, McGill’s Henry Rogers visits D. »
Pauley Perrette is passionate about standing up for stalking victims -- because she tells Et she is one herself.
Et's Kevin Frazier sat down with the NCIS star ahead of her upcoming 48 Hours special focusing on the victims of stalkers, where she said she's been stalked for the last 13 years and opened up about how it's taken a toll on her life.
"I've been stalked for 13 years and counting," Perrette said. "You're frightened. It's like you have to be on guard, at all times. And it's exhausting. It's a terrible way to live."
The 47-year-old actress, who did not want to mention the name of her alleged stalker, says that he's cast a shadow over her life -- and that she's often afraid to even leave her house.
"I've described being a stalking victim as the theft of your life. There's nowhere »
By mid-May, the broadcast networks must make some tough calls as to which series will return for the 2017-18 TV season, and which… won’t.
As that deadline draws near, TVLine is singling out a few “bubble” shows and sizing up their prospects — based in large part on creative strides (and stumbles) and future potential, but also with a requisite nod to cold, hard numbers.
Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
Next up is CBS’ long-running take on the Sherlock Holmes canon.
The Show | CBS’ Elementary (Sundays at 10/9c)
Vulture Watch Did viewers leave when Michael Weatherly did? Has the NCIS TV show been cancelled or renewed for a 15th season on CBS? The television vulture is watching for the latest cancellation and renewal news and this page has been created to give our readers a dedicated place to track the status of NCIS, season 15. You can bookmark this page or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?What's This TV Show About? On NCIS, Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his team of special agents continue to investigate crimes that involve the Us Navy and Marine Corps. The rest of the season 14 cast includes Brian Dietzen, David McCallum, Emily Wickersham, Pauley Perrette, Rocky Carroll, Sean Murray, Wilmer Valderrama, Jennifer Esposito, and Duane Henry. Read More… »
Vulture Watch Are Callan and Hanna still on the case? Has the NCIS: Los Angeles TV show been cancelled or renewed for a ninth season on CBS? Telly the television vulture is on the lookout for all TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is a dedicated place to track the status of NCIS: Los Angeles season nine. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?What's This TV Show About? Airing on the television network, NCIS: Los Angeles features the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) Office of Special Projects (Osp). The chameleon-like Special Agent "G" Callen (Chris O'Donnel) can transform into anyone, in order to infiltrate the criminal underworld. He partners with Special Agent Sam Hanna (LL Cool J). A former U.S. Navy Seal, Hanna has seen action in both Afghanistan and Iraq. The seemingly omniscient Henrietta "Hetty" Lange (Linda »
CBS’ NCIS this Tuesday drew 14.7 million total viewers and a 1.6 rating, slipping two tenths in the demo to mark a series low.
Leading out of that, Bull (10.6 mil/1.3) was steady, while New Orleans (9.4 mil/1.1) dipped a tenth.
Fox | New Girl (2.3 mil/1.0) ticked up, the newly renewed The Mick (2.4 mil/0.9) dipped and Bones (2.89 mil/0.7) ticked down to match its all-time demo low.
RelatedBones Ep on Booth/Brennan’s Future Post-Sully, Nixing Betrayal Scenario
The CW | The Flash (2.8 mil/1.0) and Legends (1.7 mil/0.6) both dipped.
RelatedThe Flash Recap: Welcome to the Jungle »
This week on Criminal Minds, Spencer Reid’s situation will only get more dire, as the investigation into his alleged murder of a doctor in Mexico heats up.
RelatedCriminal Minds Season 12 Episode 13 Recap: Slaying Doctor
In tonight’s Season 12 episode, titled “Collision Course” (CBS, 9/8c), Reid (played by TVLine Performer of the Week Honorable Mention Matthew Gray Gubler) gets put through the wringer by Fiona Duncan (Night Shift alum Jeananne Goossen), a legal eagle who has been retained to defend him. Does he have an answer for all of her tough questions? Or, any of them for that matter? »
The spotlight shone brightly on Loretta revealing some things that she'd rather be kept hidden.
This was all smoothly accomplished through a copycat murder that brought up ghosts for Loretta.
It was good to see what unhinges Loretta, who is generally so steady and so strong.
We were given a more layered portrait of Loretta, who, it turns out, was the victim of an abusive marriage.
It makes sense that Loretta is being reflective. Her son Danny has enlisted in the Navy while surrogate son Sebastian is leaving the lab, at least part time.
Sebastian: You're like the mother I never had.
Loretta: You have a mother. I've met her.
Permalink: You're like the mother I never had. Added: February »
- Dale McGarrigle
What’s your number?
Well, my number for Bull Season 1 Episode 15 was pretty darn high. As a matter of fact, I’d say it was my favorite installment of the series thus far.
A lot of it came down to Andrew Withrow.
Some cases have been more dramatic than others, but we’ve never really seen Jason Bull face a serious villain before this. Even the opening scene with the walkway collapse was truly frightening.
Diana: Andrew Withrow has a lot of questionable qualities but he's not a murderer.
Bull: And who are you trying to convince?
Permalink: And who are you trying to convince? Added: February 21, 2017
Andrew Withrow was a rich, powerful, charming sociopath. He knew all the right things to say to get what he wanted, but in the end, he didn’t feel anything about killing 15 people if it helped him save face and save money. »
- Christine Orlando
This Tuesday night is an especially great one for TV. NCIS served up a strong hour (and dropped a tiny bombshell), This Is Us went on a terrific road trip, tonight’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is the best one in a long time. And The Flash allowed us to watch a speedster battle a sentient gorilla in a giant arena.
Setting the stage for this Gorilla City two-parter, of course, was Jesse Wells’ arrival from Earth-Two, where her father Harry has gone missing after receiving an “invitation” to Gorilla City. »
This week on NCIS, Agent Bishop (played by Emily Wickersham) pulled the trigger on her revenge plan against Chen — and along the way, let slip new intel on where things stood with her and boyfriend Qasim at the time of his death.
RelatedNCIS: La‘s Mole Hunt Ends With Another Betrayal, Hint at Big Exit
Working covertly with Reeves, Bishop confronted one of Chen’s couriers, who had heard “whispers” about an attack on the city’s electrical grid. When Gibbs caught wind of Bishop’s rogue investigation, by running into her and Reeves at the same abandoned »
On a Friday when every other show was at best flat, NBC’s Grimm ticked up in the demo week-to-week, with a 0.8 rating, while holding steadyish with 3.9 million total viewers.
Leading out of that, Emerald City (2.4 mil/0.6) added a handful of eyeballs while steady in the demo.
RelatedWas Emerald City Oil Scene a Bit KinkY? And More TV Qs!
Over on CBS, MacGyver (7.3 mil/0.9) dropped 25 percent in the demo to tie its season low. Hawaii Five-0 (9.5 mil/1.1) slipped two tenths, while Blue Bloods (10 mil/1.1) dipped one tenth.
Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble? »
2 | Did Emerald City‘s “handiwork” between Lady Ev and Jack forever run The Wizard of Oz‘s “Oil me” scene for you?
3 | The way Homeland‘s Carrie has been quickly and easily shuttled between New York City and Washington, »
Is Once Upon a Time staging a musical battle between good and evil? Will Bones ride off into the sunset? Will a robbery uncover an NCIS agent’s secret? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
RelatedOnce Upon a Time Season 7 (?): How Do Two New Characters Fit In?
Since you were first to share the news about Once Upon a Time’s musical episode, do you have more info? Is our Queen going to sing? —Lisa
Aww, flattery will get you everywhere, Lisa. It will also get you this confirmation that Lana Parrilla will »
There;s nothing more fun than a well-executed crossover.
Using the parent show and a spinoff makes that task easier as was readily apparent on NCIS: New Orleans Season 3 Episode 14.
On NCIS Season 14 Episode 15, the original team solves the murder of Abby's friend while leaving the theft of a hypothetical terror playbook unresolved.
That leaves the door open for Gibbs to send McGee and Torres to New Orleans to help out. Very organic,
You think of Pride and the gang as kinda fast and loose when it comes to protocol.
But they haven't met someone such as Nick Torres, who is still trying to come to terms with the phrase "team player."
Shortly after landing in N'Awlins, he got arrested for murder. Even though Pride vouched for Torres, he wasn't happy.
Pride: You make quite a first impression, Nick Torres. Less than two hours in my city and you get arrested as a suspected murderer. »
- Dale McGarrigle
It can be rough being part one of a two (or more!) part story.
It's easy to get relegated to set-up, with all the excitement reserved for the back half of the story. NCIS Season 14 Episode 15 didn't exactly escape that, unfortunately.
To be fair, it's a bit more complicated than that; there was a more-or-less self-contained plot for "Pandora's Box, Part I" in the less-than-fake terrorist attack that was an attempted assassination.
The connection to the follow-on portion on NCIS: New Orleans, however, depended on the rather impressively coincidental timing of a hack that resulted in the loss of Homeland Security's terrorist response playbook.
After all, Mr. Vengeance-Murder Homeland Security Aide didn't hack the playbook.
I could complain about the fact that Alex Carter's Homeland Security boss was so stupid and careless to make such a thing vulnerable in the manner he did, but that part was sadly believable. »
- Kathleen Wiedel
In the NCIS episode “Pandora’s Box, Part I” (airing at 8/7c), Abby’s homeland security think tank is compromised, after which she is found in possession of a bomb and subsequently cuffed and arrested. When said think tank’s leader is murdered and a “theoretical terror playbook” stolen, Agents McGee and Torres (played by »
Wilmer Valderrama isn’t ruling out a “That ’70s Show” reunion, but it may not be what fans are expecting. Speaking with Et Canada, the “NCIS” star says there are no plans right now, in part due to the busy schedules of former cast members like Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, and Laura Prepon. Says Valderrama, “I’d put […] »
- Rachel West
[Hello, readers! With Valentine's Day just around the corner, we here at Daily Dead thought it would be fun to do things a little different this year. We're putting the spotlight on our favorite horror-loving characters from genre cinema, people who have represented our own fandom on screen and, in many cases, helped bring our passion for horror into the mainstream. Be sure to check back here on Daily Dead every day through Valentine's Day for our tributes to some of the greatest horror fans to ever grace the big screen.]
Knowing the horror genre inside and out can help you determine if your next-door neighbor is really a vampire (or if your mom has a date with a bloodsucker), and it can also help you stay one step ahead of a slasher with a phone fetish. But for two teenagers who absolutely adore The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, love of the genre helps them get through something more terrifying than any undead creature with a crimson diet or weapon-wielding maniac in Woodsboro. The monster they face is all too real: summer school.
From the moment we meet Dave Frazier (Gary Riley) and Francis “Chainsaw” Gremp (Dean Cameron) in Carl Reiner's 1987 comedy, Summer School, we know they are the real deal when it comes to horror. The insides of their school lockers are plastered with photos of Freddy Krueger, Leatherface, and the “machete zombie” from Dawn of the Dead. Prosthetic »
- Derek Anderson
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