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TV Rewind: ‘X Factor’ Shakeups, Lawrence To Host ‘SNL’, ‘Best Funeral Ever’ Delayed

21 December 2012 11:00 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Rachel Bennett

Television Editor & Columnist


Top Stories

• Fox’s The X Factor is undergoing more judging shakeups. Although the reality singing competition added Britney Spears and Demi Lovato this season, judge L.A. Reid is departing the series following the finale.

• Dreams do come true! Jennifer Lawrence (Silver Linings Playbook) will host NBC’s Saturday Night Live on Jan. 19.

• In the aftermath of the tragic Newtown, Conn., shooting, TLC wisely delayed the premiere of its one-hour special Best Funeral Ever. Can we rename TLC (The Learning Channel) to Nsc (Nothing is Sacred Channel)?

• The third season of HBO’s Game of Thrones, debuting March 31, will be bigger (and hopefully better) than ever. All of the 10 episodes will be a little longer than usual, and as co-showrunner Dan Weiss explains, “There’s almost another full episode’s worth of extra minutes spread across the season.”

• Following the success of Pitch Perfect, »

- Rachel Bennett

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Showtime's 'The Vatican' features Ridley Scott as director, Paul Attanasio script

20 December 2012 7:23 PM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Great news for drama fans as Showtime brings "The Vatican" into production. Lavish sets, big hats, robe-y robes and gilded chalices await as Ridley Scott is inked to direct his first pilot for TV from Paul Attanasio's script. The network has ordered its first pilot for 2013, described as "a provocative contemporary genre thriller about spirituality, power and politics" . and a "modern-day political machinations within the Catholic church." Paul Attanasio From Showtime The series will explore the relationships and rivalries as well as the mysteries and miracles behind one of the world's most hidden institutions. Two.time Oscar nominee (Quiz Show, Donnie Brasco) and three-time Emmy® nominee (House M.D.) Paul Attanasio wrote the hour-long script. Master »

- April MacIntyre

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Alan Ball's 'Banshee' Screeches Onto Cinemax in January

20 December 2012 12:33 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

"True Blood" creator Alan Ball's new television series "Banshee" will premiere Jan. 11 at 10 p.m. on Cinemax, the network said Thursday. The drama, which is executive-produced by Ball and "House M.D." executive producer Greg Yaitanes, centers on ex-con and master thief Lucas Hood (played by "Rush" star Anthony Starr), who assumes the identity of the sheriff of Banshee, Pa., where he continues his criminal ways while being hunted by a team of gangsters from his past. Ivana Milicevic ("Charlie's Angels") and Ulrich Thomsen ("The Celebration") also star. Also read: Rick Santorum »

- Tim Kenneally

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Ridley Scott to Bring The Vatican to Showtime

20 December 2012 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

Showtime announced today that they've ordered their first pilot for 2013. "The Vactican" is described as being a provocative contemporary genre thriller about spirituality, power and politics . set against the modern-day political machinations within the Catholic church. Ridley Scott is attached to direct the pilot. The series will explore the relationships and rivalries as well as the mysteries and miracles behind one of the world's most hidden institutions. Two.time Oscar nominee ( Quiz Show , Donnie Brasco ) and three-time Emmy nominee ("House M.D.") Paul Attanasio wrote the hour-long script. "The Vatican" will begin production in 2013 and is being produced by Sony Pictures Television in association with Showtime for series consideration. »

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20 of the Best Quotes from Dr. House

19 December 2012 7:00 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

For years, Dr. House imparted wisdom not only to those in his office, but also to us, the audience, watching him be a snarky, grumpy old man. He's a smart guy, so there's no reason to doubt that some profound stuff came out of his mouth every so often. Though the intelligence is usually mixed [...]

20 of the Best Quotes from Dr. House »

- Paul

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'Django Unchained,' 'Steel Magnolias' lead NAACP Image Award nominees

11 December 2012 3:38 PM, PST | Pop2it | See recent Pop2it news »

Lifetime's "Steel Magnolias" remake dominates the list of this year's NAACP Image Award nominees with seven nods, while "Django Unchained" and "Beasts of the Southern Wild" picked up four each in film categories, and "Grey's Anatomy" and "Treme" nabbed four in TV.

Designed to honor "the accomplishments of people of color in the fields of television, music, literature and film," the annual Image nominations reliably offer up some real headscratchers: Tyler Perry is a best actor contender for "Alex Cross"? Amber Riley is a lead actress on "Glee"? The critically acclaimed "Middle of Nowhere" isn't worth a mention as outstanding independent film?

But there's also welcome, and rare, recognition for HBO's "Treme," plus well-deserved nods across the board for "Django" and "Beasts."

A partial list of this year's nominees in the film and TV categories follows. For a complete list, including music and literary categories, visit the Image Awards official site. »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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Nominees of the 44th NAACP Image Awards

11 December 2012 1:16 PM, PST | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

The NAACP Image Awards have announced the nominees for their 44th annual awards show during a live press conference from the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, CA. Anthony Anderson (Guys with Kids), Niecy Nash (The Soul Man), Yvette Nicole Brown (Community), Garcelle Beauvais (Flight), Tyler James Williams (Go On), and Zendaya (Shake It Up!) announced the categories and nominees.

The NAACP Image Awards celebrates the accomplishments of people of color in the fields of television, music, literature and film and also honors individuals or groups who promote social justice through creative endeavors. Winners will be announced during the two-hour star-studded event, which will air live on Friday, February 1 (8 Et live/Pt tape-delayed) on NBC.

Following is the list of categories and nominees for the 44Th NAACP Image Awards:


Outstanding Comedy Series

"Glee" (Fox)

"Modern Family" (ABC)

"The Game" (Bet)

"The Mindy Project" (Fox)

"The Soul Man" (TV »

- Manny

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The Oranges: Hugh Laurie’s Most Famous Roles!

7 December 2012 11:16 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Acclaimed actor Hugh Laurie is an absolute jewel in the encrusted crown that is the British film industry, and has starred in countless roles in films, television and theatre both sides of the pond, not to mention his more recent music career where he adds yet another string to his bow! Now, you can catch him starring as David Walling in The Oranges, in UK and Irish cinemas from 7th December.

The Oranges tells the story of two families; the Walling’s and the Ostroff’s who are thrust in to a moral dilemma when the eldest Ostroff daughter Nina (Leighton Meester) embarks on an affair with patriarch of the Walling household David (Laurie), old enough to be her father. This quirky, off-beat comedy also stars Hollywood favourites Catherine Keener and Oliver Platt, and sheckshy heart-throb Adam Brody.

Here, we take a look at some of Hugh Laurie’s most »

- Paul Heath

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From House to the High Seas - Hugh Laurie to be Blackbeard for NBC

3 December 2012 4:33 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Many Americans know Hugh Laurie as the grumpy Dr. House in the hit show that ran for the better part of a decade. But now the actor is going to be allowed to return to his roots, and his original accent, by playing a new part for a show on NBC. And it sounds awesome. [...]

From House to the High Seas - Hugh Laurie to be Blackbeard for NBC »

- Paul

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TV Rewind: ‘Dallas’ Loses A Legend, Zucker Heading To CNN, ‘SNL’ Christmas Episode Host And Performer Named

29 November 2012 9:31 PM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Rachel Bennett

Television Editor & Columnist

Every Friday, Rachel recaps the week’s major TV-related news, announcements and gossip!


Top Stories

• CBS and TNT’s Dallas star Larry Hagman, the man at the center of “Who shot J.R.?”, passed away Nov. 23 at the age of 81. A statement from his family reveals he died due to complications from cancer.

• Come January, former NBC universal chief executive Jeff Zucker will be the new president of CNN Worldwide. “I am thrilled to join the distinguished team of journalists across the worldwide platforms of CNN,” Zucker says.

• An interview with CBS’s Two and a Half Men star Angus T. Jones came out this week in which the actor pleads viewers to stop watching his show, calling it “filth.” He since apologized, saying, “I apologize if my remarks reflect me showing indifference to and disrespect of my colleagues and a lack of appreciation »

- Rachel Bennett

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Best of 2012 (Behind the Scenes): Inside the 'House' series finale

29 November 2012 6:20 AM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Dr. Gregory House checked out of Princeton-Plainsboro last May for the very last time after an hour that explored the man fans had come to know over eight seasons. As the good doctor rode into the sunset with Wilson, EW spoke with executive producer and creator David Shore, who broke down all the twists. If you missed the finale, there’s always our recap and Ken Tucker’s review. For more stories behind this year’s top TV and movie moments, click here for EW.com’s Best of 2012: Behind the Scenes coverage.

Entertainment Weekly: So, true to form, »

- Sandra Gonzalez

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Exclusive: Brandon Seifert and Lukas Ketner talk Witch Doctor: Mal Practice

27 November 2012 2:58 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

After the impressive debut of Witch Doctor in 2011, Doctor Morrow returns this week in Witch Doctor: Mal Practice #1. I recently caught up with series writer Brandon Seifert and artist Lukas Ketner to talk about what we can expect from the mini-series, plans for future issues, and their interest in a Witch Doctor TV series:

For those that aren’t familiar with Witch Doctor, can you tell our readers how this all came together?

Lukas Ketner: It came from an idea Brandon had initially. We really wanted to do something that was a portfolio piece so that we could show that we could create comics.

Brandon Seifert: We started meeting up and talking about potential story ideas. The basic idea of Witch Doctor is something I came up with years ago and was just sitting in my notebook. I never really knew what to do with it before, but it »

- Jonathan James

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Michael C. Hall’s ‘Dexter’ Downgrade Echoes Good Actors Punished For Bad Writing

25 November 2012 12:18 PM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Rachel Bennett

Television Editor & Columnist


Showtime’s Dexter keeps chugging along with its seventh season tonight, and though it’s improved this year, the drama no longer sparks as much conversation as it used to.

This year’s Emmys is the first since 2008 that the show wasn’t nominated for Outstanding Drama Series, reflecting viewers’ waning interest in the serial killer series. Lead Michael C. Hall received his fifth nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, but he has yet to take home a statuette (He did receive the 2010 Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama).

What surprises me most about this year’s nominations is how little pundits considered Hall to be a serious contender for the award — and I agreed with them, even if it had nothing to do with his actual performance. Instead, I took into account more »

- Rachel Bennett

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TV Rewind: Chase Out Of ‘Community,’ NBC Set To Win Sweeps, Clash Resigns

22 November 2012 8:38 PM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Carson Blackwelder

Television Contributor

Every Friday, Rachel recaps the week’s major TV-related news, announcements and gossip! This week, Carson fills in.


Top Stories

Chevy Chase has pulled out of NBC’s Community — effective immediately.

• NBC is poised to win its first November sweeps in nine years.

Kevin Clash, who puppeteers Elmo on PBS’s Sesame Street, resigned amidst the allegations of having sexual relations with an underage partner.

• Starz canceled Kelsey Grammer’s Boss after just two seasons. 

Jamie Foxx, Oscar winner and star of Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film Django Unchained, will host the Dec. 8 episode of NBC’s Saturday Night Live (just as we hoped).

Show Biz

Discovery Channel canceled its series Dirty Jobs. It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it.

• Brandi Cochran, a model for CBS’s The Price is Right, was awarded more than $7 million in compensatory and punitive damages »

- Carson Blackwelder

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Hugh Laurie Could Play Blackbeard In New TV Show

21 November 2012 5:24 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Now that Hugh Laurie has officially hung up his stethoscope and has stopped talking in an American accent, he might like to dedicate his time to something other than unlikely blues guitar albums and bad movies that nobody ever went to see.

Well, shiver me timbers: it’s been reported that the former House M.D. star could follow in the footsteps of fellow Brit Ian McShane in playing infamous pirate bastard Blackbeard for upcoming pirate-themed TV show Crossbones. Yes, Crossbones. That’s its name.

Crossbones will be overseen by Neil Cross (ha!), who worked on British TV show Luther. Apparently this thing will be set in 1715 in the Bahamas, where Edward Teach (Blackbeard) rules over the island town of New Providence, which will of course be an utter dive in every respect with all the rape and pillaging you can imagine. Well, maybe not all the rape and pillaging you can imagine, »

- T.J. Barnard

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‘The Mob Doctor,’ ‘Ben And Kate’ Among Likely TV Series Cancellations

18 November 2012 11:03 PM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

Rachel Bennett

Television Editor & Columnist


This week, several new series bit the dust: ABC’s drama Last Resort, ABC’s drama 666 Park Avenue and CBS’s comedy Partners.

They will join NBC’s comedy Animal Practice and CBS’s drama Made in Jersey in rookie TV heaven, where they will live on in YouTube clips.

Fox’s The Mob Doctor airs tonight, but the drama likely won’t last past its 13-episode order. Its last broadcast, on Nov. 12, drew 3.1 million viewers and a 0.9 rating in the coveted 18-49 adults demographic. In comparison, take a look at the ratings of the aforementioned canceled freshman shows:

• Made in Jersey: The final episode of the legal drama attracted 5.8 million viewers and a 18-49 demo rating of 0.8.

Animal Practice: The last episode saw 3.8 million people and a 18-49 demo rating of 1.0.

• Partners: The episode that aired before its cancellation pulled in a series low rating, »

- Rachel Bennett

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American Horror Story’s Franka Potente Says ‘Asylum’ is ‘Sick Stuff’

16 November 2012 5:01 AM, PST | BuzzFocus.com | See recent BuzzFocus.com news »

Two weeks ago, Franka Potente (Copper) entered the Briar Cliff Manor, claiming to be Anne Frank (yes, That Anne Frank) and that Dr. Arden (played creepily by James Cromwell) was a Nazi war criminal, who performed experiments on young girls. That’s just a sliver of this wild, disturbing and unsettling season of American Horror Story: Asylum has in store for viewers.

Potente who is still fondly remembered for her starring role in Run Lola Run, saw more exposure with roles in Blow and the Jason Bourne films. Brief stints on The Shield, House M.D. and Psych opened television to her and she is currently a regular on BBC America’s Copper, which just got picked up for Season 2. Potente is also working on her first fiction novel. We recently spoke briefly with Potente on a conference call about this juicy role and some of the elements about Ahs that make it so compelling. »

- Ernie Estrella

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NCIS, Ep. 10.06, “Shell Shock (Part I)”: A painful past and a suspicious witness make for a whole lot of trust issues

14 November 2012 11:10 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

NCIS, Season 10, Episode 6: “Shell Shock (Part I)”

Written by Nichole Mirante-Matthews

Directed by Leslie Libman

Airs Tuesdays at 8pm (Et) on CBS

Television has the potential to influence millions of people, for better or for worse. One of the best things about the medium is that not only does it entertain, but it can also teach and enlighten. Many shows have used their wide reach to inspire self-expression (Glee) or educate and increase awareness for certain issues and illnesses (House M.D.), even contributing to charities and foundations established to promote well-being and better living. With “Shell Shock (Part I)”, NCIS spotlights a condition that has increasingly gained attention for its negative effect on soldiers returning from duty overseas, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Like most veterans, Captain Joe Wescott, (played by Brad Beyer), carries with him painful memories from his time served in the armed forces. His mental state is noticeably unbalanced, »

- Amanda Williams

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‘Beauty and the Beast’ and ‘Chicago Fire’ Get Full Seasons

13 November 2012 6:34 PM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Another day, another set of freshman shows renewed for a full season after a promising debut this fall.

NBC has picked up its second new fall drama by giving a full 22-episode season order to Chicago Fire, the new fire department series from Law & Order creator Dick Wolf. Meanwhile, The CW also picked up a second new drama, ordering an additional nine episodes for their Beauty and the Beast revival, thereby bringing the first season to 22 episodes, as well.

Chicago Fire isn’t exactly a runaway hit, but it’s not a disaster, either. In fact, the series just hit a ratings high with its last episode (though that might have been due to a special airing of The Voice as a lead-in). The series stars House M.D. veteran Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney, Monica Raymond, Lauren ...

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- Ethan Anderton

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Chicago Fire and Beauty And The Beast Ordered to Full Seasons, Brickleberry Renewed for Second Season, SyFy’s Haven to Return for a Fourth Season

9 November 2012 1:18 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Wondering what's in store for some of your new and old TV series favorites? Check out a sampling of new episode orders below: NBC's Chicago Fire will finish out its rookie season with an additional nine episodes.  The firefighter drama stars Jesse Spencer (House M.D.), Taylor Kinney (Trauma) and Monica Raymund (Lie to Me). Beauty and the Beast, starring Kristin Kreuk (Smallville) and Jay Ryan (Terra Nova), will stay at home on the CW for the remainder of its freshman season with an additional nine episodes. Brickleberry, the Comedy Central animated series from Daniel Tosh (Tosh.0), will return for a second season and 13 episodes, up from 10 in its first run. SyFy's Haven, starring Emily Rose (ER and Uncharted video games), will return for a fourth season after their series-best third season run. Keep up to date with our ongoing TV ratings tracker and hit the jump for more on each »

- Dave Trumbore

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