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Who got signed, promoted, hired or fired? The Hollywood Reporter’s Rep Sheet rounds up the week in representation news. To submit announcements for consideration, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. UTA locks up Warehouse 13 star Fresh off the conclusion of his top-rated Syfy series, Warehouse 13 star Eddie McClintock has signed with UTA. The agency will scout new projects for the actor, who has appeared in Castle, Modern Family and Friends, as well as recurred on Bones and Desperate Housewives. He continues to be managed by Ric Beddingfield at The Beddingfield Company. Vogue cover girl signs with 42West Supermodel Joan Smalls is one of three models
- Rebecca Sun
As previously reported, TV Guide served up their latest Mega Buzz, spoiler chat session and dished out new spoilers scoops for the upcoming "Bones" season 10, via showrunner,Stephen Nathan. It turns out that Booth is going to encounter a new enemy or arch rival of sorts with the arrival of a new, male FBI character that will challenge Booth at just about every opportunity. Booth and Sweets will eventually confront this new character. Then more love issues will take place between Cam and Arastoo. They will get closer after they overcome a few challenges, and more. In their spoiler chat report, they stated: " Although springing Booth from the pokey will take up most of the oxygen in the room in the premiere, executive producer Stephen Nathan is looking forward to introducing a new character in the FBI (played by 24's John Boyd) to challenge Booth on the outside. "He will »
DirecTV is coming Full Circle again, renewing the relationship drama for a 10-episode second season, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Each season follows a group of adults whose lives are unknowingly intertwined. The series’ first season, which was set at a restaurant and written by Neil Labute, featured a cast of TV vets that included David Boreanaz (Bones), Kate Walsh (Private Practice), Julian McMahon (Nip/Tuck), Billy Campbell (The Killing), Minka Kelly (Friday Night Lights) and Robin Weigert (Deadwood).
MTV has given a 12-episode second season order to “Finding Carter,” its popular scripted teen drama about a girl who reunites with her birth family after learning she was abducted.
The show is a ratings hit for 12 to 34 year olds, specifically with teens. MTV reports that the series is averaging a strong 2.0 P12-34 rating and 2.2 million total viewers (live+3). It is the top-streamed new series on MTV.com and on the MTV app.
“The creative minds behind ‘Finding Carter’ did an exceptional job bringing this story to life and drawing our audience in,” said Susanne Daniels, MTV’s president of programming. “I’m looking forward to another season following Carter on her journey.”
“Finding Carter” is executive produced by Terri Minsky (“Carrie Diaries”), Deborah Spera (“Army Wives”), Maria Grasso (“Army Wives”), and Alexander Motlagh (“Single Ladies”), and was created by Emily Silver (“Bones”).
Season one will premiere across MTV »
- Whitney Friedlander
MTV is keeping closer tabs on Finding Carter. The youth-skewing network has renewed the scripted drama starring Kathryn Prescott for a second season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The drama about a teenager who learns that her mother abducted her as a child will return for a second round of 12 episodes. Bones' Emily Silver created the series, which is exec produced by Terri Minsky, Deborah Spera, Maria Grasso and Alexander Motlagh. Since its July 8 debut, Finding Carter has averaged 1.25 million total viewers, which grows 70 percent when factoring in three days of delayed viewing. The drama is
- Lesley Goldberg
TVLine has learned that the onetime resident of TV’s Eureka and Eastwick has landed the recurring role of Laura Kell, a premiere attorney in the public defender’s office who finds herself assigned to a suspected serial killer fingered by Los Angeles police detective Harry Bosch (played by Lost‘s Titus Welliver).
Your day won’t be complete without hearing Weird Al read a story about Gutbusters. Yes, Gutbusters—which as you might know from Dungeons & Dragons lore, are lead by Pwent, a dwarf hero.
Al Yankovic, as he’s called when not performing songs like “Amish Paradise,” is one of several celebrities whom Audible has brought together to read passages from R.A. Salvatore’s The Legend of Drizzt: The Collected Stories—a series of 12 tales set in the world of Dungeons & Dragons—for the 40th anniversary of the fantasy game. Audible’s project also includes voice work from Sean Astin, Michael Chiklis, »
- Jackson McHenry
From Napoleon Dynamite to Bones, Grey’s Anatomy, and Veronica Mars, Tina Majorino has maintained a steady presence in beloved movies and shows over the years, always with rabid fandoms in tow. She began acting as a kid (Corrina, Corrina, When A Man Loves A Woman), and she has the strange honor of being in Kevin Costner‘s epic flop Water World, which was, at the time, the most expensive movie ever made. Her career has been eclectic and unwavering, making her one of the most interesting working actresses out there today. (She’s also just really cool and down to earth with rad hair.)
VH1 caught up with Majorino at Comic-Con, where she was promoting her new show Legends, which stars Sean Bean and Morris Chestnut, and accepting the Fandom of the Year award at the MTVu Fandom Awards. She tells us about the thing she is most obsessed »
- Kate Spencer
Beau Knapp has joined The Weinstein Company’s Southpaw from writer Kurt Sutter and director Antoine Fuqua. Jake Gyllenhaal star as a welterweight boxing champion who rises in his profession while his personal life falls apart. Knapp will play Jon Jon, the fighter’s lifelong best friend who came up with him through foster care and is on the payroll. Knapp most recently appeared in The Signal, and his credits also include Super 8 and Bones. Next up is the Liam Neeson thiller Run All Night.He is repped by Luber Roklin Entertainment and CAA. Cullen Douglas has been cast in indie feature […] »
Kate Walsh is getting some Dick Casablancas.
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The Veronica Mars vet will play Gary, a psychiatrist who has an on-again, off-again relationship with Walsh’s hard-living, sexually unapologetic judge, Rebecca.
Hansen — who is set to reprise his role of Dick C in the CW’s upcoming web-based Veronica Mars spin-off — replaces Bones‘ Mather Zickel, who portrayed Gary in the pilot but left the project for creative reasons.
Bad Judge premieres Thursday, »
This upcoming season of the hit Fox series Bones will be its 10th, which is a milestone most shows will never achieve, let alone do so while still feeling fresh and like there’s still so much further to go. After the events of Season 9, there will be huge ramifications that everyone will be dealing with, testing Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) more than ever before. While at Comic-Con, showrunner Stephen Nathan talked to press at a roundtable interview about what to expect from Season 10, where they’ll be picking back up, where things are at with the team at the Jeffersonian, that Hodgins (Tj Thyne) will feature more prominently, that there will still be some humor, keeping things fresh after a decade, and that, even though they haven’t been renewed for further seasons yet, everyone wants to return. Check out what he had to say after the jump. »
- Christina Radish
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Question: Any info on the Big Bang Theory season premiere? —Joey
Ausiello: For those curious about Sheldon’s whereabouts all summer, I can confirm that he did, in fact, get on that train (vs. just squatting in the station, as some have speculated). The bigger question you should be asking yourself is whether he ever stepped foot outside the train during his epic journey.
The project — airing in 2015 — counts several other ABC Family names among its credits: Greg Gugliotta (The Fosters) will executive-produce alongside writers Michael Vickerman, Bradley Bredeweg and Peter Paige (The Fosters).
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McClintock will appear as Lieutenant Sam D’Agostino, a neighborhood bully who grew up with Wilson’s Backstrom. Per the character description, McClintock’s Sam was a “rotten, thieving punk,” responsible for stealing from Backstrom. Now grown, Sam and his brother are firefighters who everyone believes are heroic, though Backstrom is convinced that they are the same “worthless bits of slime” that they always were.
McClintock tweeted the news Sunday evening.
Incredibly stoked 2 B heading up 2 Vancouver, 2 work with @rainnwilson & @HartHanson, on their new show @BackstromFOX. #Goodcompany—
Eddie McClintock (@EddieMcClintock) August 04, 2014
“Backstrom” is currently slated to premiere midseason on Fox.
- Shelli Weinstein
Caleb Deschanel is to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s Camerimage, the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography (Nov 15-22).
Deschanel will also present screenings of his films at the 22nd edition of the festival followed by Q&A’s with the audience.
Deschanel was also involved in creating one of the essential tools of modern cinematographers, the Steadicam.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Rosser)
As previously reported, TV Guide served up a new Mega Buzz, spoiler chat session and dished out new teaser spoilers for the upcoming Bones season 10 in regards to Booth, via Booth star, David Boreanaz. It turns out that Booth is going to be very angry and totally ready to find out who framed him and disrupted his family. In their spoiler chat session report, they stated: "He's wounded. He's a man of much anger and he is fueled to find out who did this to his family," David Boreanaz says. "I wouldn't want to get in his way right now." As a result, his eventual reunion with Brennan may not be as happy as you might think. "It's going to take a lot from Brennan to get him back," Boreanaz says, noting that Booth will once again suffer from Ptsd." Season 10 is due to premiere on Thursday night, October 2nd »
David Boreanaz, the star of "Bones," is telling President Obama to "grow some" when it comes to the situation in the Ukraine. The actor tweeted on Wednesday, "So here we are in a Cold War now with Russia. Sanctions aren't going to cut it. Putin is Nuts and a serious threat to the USA," adding in a personal message, "grow some Obama." Whoa! »
- Michael Lewittes
Cutest. Cast. Photo. Ever. Seriously, is there a better way to start off your morning than by staring at an adorable new promotional shot of Bones' cast? (Ok, it helps when you're checking it out while sipping on coffee. And eating a bagel. But we digress!) We've got the exclusive first look at the new Season 10 shot of David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, Michaela Conlin, John Francis Daley, Tamara Taylor and T.J. Thyne, posing with five skeletal friends. But while Boreanaz and Deschanel are all smiles in the new pic, we're not sure Booth and Brennan will be cracking a whole lot of smiles when the Fox hit returns on Sept. 25. In the first trailer for the new season, which debuted »
Prinze, 38, appeared at Comic-Con to promote his new Disney Xd series Star Wars Rebels when he launched into an explanation about why he hasn’t been around much on the small or big screen lately. Prinze admitted that his absence can largely be attributed to his “terrible” time filming 24.
"I did 24 ... it was terrible. I hated every moment of it,” Prinze told ABC News. “I just wanted to quit the business after that. So, I just sort of stopped."
"Kiefer was the most unprofessional dude in the world,” Prinze explained. “That's not me talking trash, I'd say it to his face. I think everyone that's worked with him has said that."
In addition to Kiefer’s unprofessional attitude, Prinze also took »
Things got quite… animated… when the team behind Fox’s Bob’s Burgers dropped by TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con suite.
When Michael Ausiello placed an order for Season 5 scoop, funny lady Kristin Schaal offered an appetizer in the form of two characters “fighting over a chinchilla.” (Yeah, that was promptly sent back to the kitchen.)
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Then the tastier main dishes came out: A season premiere (airing Oct. 5) that will pit Die Hard: The Musical against Working Girl: The Musical. The legendary Carl Reiner lending a guest voice. You’ll »
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