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The actress — who starred in Meet Joe Black and has been featured in Hawaii Five-0, NCIS: Los Angeles and CSI: NY — was among the cast of the Miramax-distributed 2000 film Boys and Girls. She took to Twitter to recount how she "ducked, dived and ultimately got out of" her meetings with the Hollywood producer. She said she was previously approached by Ronan Farrow to participate in his New Yorker expose, but decided against it and ultimately regrets doing so.
"[Farrow] didn’t mention that »
- Ashley Lee
Aj Buckley‘s family is growing — times two!
The Seal Team star’s fiancée Abigail “Abby” Ochse is pregnant with twins, his rep confirms to People exclusively.
The babies on the way will join the couple’s daughter Willow Phoenix, 3½.
“Could not be more excited to welcome two more to the Buckley clan,” the actor tells People, joking, “I guess we will be designing a diaper bag for twins now.”
News of the babies on the way came as quite the surprise for the couple, who struggled with infertility for over a year and were about to turn to in »
- Jen Juneau
Boreanaz plays Jason Hayes, the leader of a Tier One team sent on various clandestine missions by CIA analyst Mandy Ellis (Mad Men‘s Jessica Paré). He operates alongside fellow SEALs Ray Perry (Insecure‘s Neil Brown Jr.), Lisa Davis (Franklin & Bash‘s Toni Trucks) and Sonny Quinn (CSI: NY‘s Aj Buckley). He’s also stuck with rookie Clay Spenser (Bates Motel‘s Max Thieriot), whose father, a veteran Navy Seal, cashed in on his years of service and published a tell-all book. »
ABC’s The Good Doctor boasts an incredible pedigree, a killer cast and a provocative premise — but is it any, you know, any good?
From House creator David Shore, the rookie medical drama — which bowed Monday at 10/9c behind DWTS — stars Bates Motel leading man Freddie Highmore as Dr. Shaun Murphy, a young pediatric surgeon and autistic savant who is about to join the staff of the prestigious San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital. And to say the hospital’s administration is resistant to his controversial hiring is a gargantuan understatement. Lucky for him, he’s got an ally and mentor »
According to a new report from the folks over at TV Line, The “Once Upon A Time” season 7 crew have decided to hire actress Mekia Cox to portray a new princess named Tiana. The photo above is a first-look at her. She’s the one on your very far left. They say she’s scheduled to make her first appearance in the 3rd episode of the new season which is titled, “The Garden Of Forking Paths.” She will first appear as the Princess and the Frog heroine. The scene in the above photo shows her having a run-in with characters Henry Mills, The Evil Queen and Captain Hook. The producers of the show Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis gave TV Line a bit of a description of Tiana. Apparently, she’ll be in the midst of trying to restore freedom to her people in a different fairy tale realm. They stated, »
A post on Berman’s official Facebook fan page announced his passing, adding, “He slipped away peacefully, in his sleep, with no pain, as far as his hospice care workers could tell.”
Berman was introduced as Curb‘s Nat in a Season 3 episode where Larry was incensed to learn his mother had died, but he hadn’t found out until days later. He reprised the role 12 more times over the following four seasons, earning an Emmy nomination for »
Melina Kanakaredes’ new TV role works out great, since she probably still has leftover scrubs hanging in her closet.
The CSI: NY and Providence alum has joined the cast of Fox’s upcoming medical drama The Resident as a series regular, according to our sister site Deadline. Kanakaredes will play Dr. Lane Hunter, a top oncologist who’s harboring dark secrets that set off a thriller arc in the show’s first season.
Exclusive: Former CSI: NY star Melina Kanakaredes has been tapped as a new series regular on Fox‘s upcoming medical drama series The Resident. Written by Amy Holden Jones, Hayley Schore and Roshan Sethi, directed by Phillip Noyce and executive produced by Antoine Fuqua, The Resident centers on a tough, brilliant senior resident who guides an idealistic young doctor through his first day, pulling back the curtain on what really happens, both good and bad, in modern-day… »
The series, starring David Boreanaz (Bones), follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high stakes missions our country can ask of them. (View a trailer here, then read our first impression.) Tal will recur as Stella, a grad student who meets young Seal Clay (Bates Motel‘s Max Thieriot) in a bar that he and his colleagues tend to frequent. In addition to »
- Franchesca Torok
Louise Linton, the actress wife of U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin who has come under fire this week for her “Let them eat cake”-like online tirade over her designer-tagged Instagram photo, is no stranger to Marie Antoinette moments. One of the Scottish-born actress’ very first Hollywood roles was in a 2007 episode of “CSI: NY” in which she played a French tutor who meets an untimely end at a charity costume party where she dresses as — you guessed it — Marie Antoinette. Her character, Simone DeLille, is led to a decidedly not-fake guillotine by her teenage student — played by »
- Thom Geier
The four-year pact, valued in its entirety in the low eight-figures, puts Cuse in a league with the richest showrunner deals in town.
Cuse will launch a new production banner dubbed Genre Arts, and he has recruited longtime Amblin TV executive Lindsey Springer to serve as president. Cuse will focus on collaborating with other writers and creatives to bring projects to fruition. The company will be based on the Disney lot.
The prolific showrunner has spent the past half-decade prospering as a free agent without a formal studio deal. He launched three successful cable dramas in A&E’s “Bates Motel,” FX’s “The Strain” and USA’s “Colony,” and he has Amazon’s reboot of “Jack Ryan” set to bow next year. At Hulu, Cuse »
- Cynthia Littleton
Currently titled “Smoke and Mirrors,” the series would follow a seasoned former detective who is now a mom stuck behind a desk and raising two kids. She is unexpectedly pulled back into the field to cover for a sick colleague and work alongside a young rookie female detective who has been deep undercover.
Fox has ordered a script for the project with a penalty attached. Tamaro will write and executive produce. 20th Century Fox Television is producing. »
- Joe Otterson
A little one is on the way (to run amok?) in Vinessa Shaw’s household!
Following her announcement, Shaw posted a creative sign reading “Winnie, I Smell … A Child” and “It’s just a bunch of Hocus Pocus” — two quotes from the film — flanking a positive pregnancy test and drawings of the three iconic Sanderson sisters, made famous by Sarah Jessica Parker, Bette Midler and Kathy Najimy.
Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? »
- Jen Juneau
Deadline is reporting that Johnny Depp’s Infinitum Nihil is teaming up with Gudrun Giddings’ G4C Innovation for a TV adaptation of Funcom’s hit Mmo video game The Secret World, which is being written by James V. Hart (Hook) and Jake Hart, with Pam Veasey (CSI: NY) serving as showrunner.
The Secret World centres on “a team of undercover agents and the shadowy war between secret societies: the Illuminati, Dragon and the Templar. Central to the plot is their battle against the supernatural in an adventure that spans across our world, and incorporates the realms of ancient myths and legends, as well as today’s conspiracy theories and headline news.”
“The Secret World universe is full of stories just waiting to be told,” states Rui Casais, CEO of Funcom. From secret societies to myths and legends that are all coming true, The Secret World captures some of humanity’s »
- Gary Collinson
Johnny Depp's Infinitum Nihil has partnered with G4C Innovation's Gudrun Giddings to produce The Secret World, a television series based on the globally successful Mmo game The Secret World and its recently released reboot Secret World Legends. The TV adaptation, which is being written by James V. Hart (Hook, Crossbones) and Jake Hart, with former CSI: NY showrunner Pam Veasey on board as showrunner, will be based on the universe of the Secret World IP. It will center on… »
Wgn America is going on an international crime spree.
The cable network has acquired the U.S. TV rights to a trio of foreign crime dramas: 100 Code (Sweden), Shoot the Messenger (Canada) and Pure (Canada). And their casts offer a dose of Hollywood sizzle: 100 Code stars Dominic Monaghan (Lost, the Lord of the Rings trilogy) as a NYPD detective who heads to Stockholm to track down a serial killer who’s targeting young, blonde women with blue eyes. (The late Michael Nyqvist, of Girl With the Dragon Tattoo fame, plays his new Swedish partner.)
RelatedUnderground Cancelled at Wgn America After »
Jerry Bruckheimer Television has signed a three-year overall deal with CBS Television Studios, TheWrap has learned. Bruckheimer’s company previously produced “CSI” and its spinoffs “CSI: Miami,” “CSI: New York” and “CSI: Cyber” with CBS TV Studios, as well as last season’s Bill Paxton-led “Training Day.” The company, led by CEO Jonathan Littman, previously had a 15-year-long relationship with Warner Bros. Television, but left the studio last year and attempted to secure independent financing. The new deal with CBS marks a return to the traditional studio system. Also Read: Jerry Bruckheimer's 'American Gigolo' TV Adaptation »
- Reid Nakamura
The pact comes a little more than a year after Bruckheimer TV ended its 15-year run with Warner Bros. Television. At the time, Bruckheimer had decided to pursue talks with investment companies and other players for independent financing that would have allowed him to own a much greater share of his programs that under most studio deals.
It’s understood that Bruckheimer and his TV chief, Jonathan Littman, spent more than a year in discussions with various entities but never found the right fit. In order to remain active in TV development, the company opted to return to a traditional studio overall deal. Bruckheimer TV, headed by CEO Jonathan Littman, has spent the past few months make the rounds of the largest studios other than Warner Bros.
CBS Television Studios is a natural partner for Bruckheimer TV. The »
- Cynthia Littleton
Hill Harper wants the best for his son, so if that means running around Manhattan on a search for breast milk, he’s game.
“There was a time when I really wanted him to have access to breast milk, so I was running around New York City with a cooler getting frozen breast milk from people that I didn’t even know, you know the people who are like, »
- Lindsay Kimble
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