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On TV this Tuesday: Sons of Anarchy rides off into the sunset; The Goldbergs, Trophy Wife and S.H.I.E.L.D. press pause; a Chicago Firehouse may shut down; and the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show gets its knickers in a twist. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm American Country Awards 2013 (Fox) | Country star Trace Adkins and Nascar’s Danica Patrick co-host the two-hour ceremony, featuring performances by Brad Paisley and Florida Georgia Line and a Sheryl Crow/Darius Rucker duet.
8 pm Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC) | Fall finale: Coulson takes the war back to Centipede and brings »
- Kimberly Roots
We can too easily name actors who have tried to have music careers and failed miserably, but how easily can we name the actors who have succeeded? When I listen to Ryan Gosling’s band, Dead Man’s Bones, in my headphones, I don’t even think about his incredible performance in “The Place Beyond the Pines.” In fact, I don’t even think about him at all, because I’m too busy listening to and enjoying a great album. These are actors who have separated themselves from acting completely to transform into musicians, and the payoffs have been well worth it—just ask Zooey Deschanel or Jared Leto how many sold out shows they’ve performed. Here are 11 actors who have found success in music. Click Here To View The Slideshow. »
Marrakech, Morocco– On top of being part of Martin Scorsese’ Jury at Marrakech Film Festival, Marion Cotillard — whose latest film, James Gray’s “The Immigrant,” played at the Morocco-based fest — cheerfully participated in roundtables with journalists. Cotillard, the first French actress to have won an Academy Award for her perf as Edith Piaf in “La Vie En Rose,” just wrapped Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s “Two Days, One Night” and will next topline Justin Kurzel’s “Macbeth,” replacing Natalie Portman in the title role.
Variety: Through your parts in “La Vie En Rose,” “Rust and Bones” and “The Immigrant,” you’ve fully transformed yourself and dived very deep into the characters. How did these experiences change you on personal level?
Marion Cotillard: I think that when you discover something that was unknown before it opens your mind, your heart. Roles after roles, I learned a little more about human beings. »
- Elsa Keslassy
[This is a review of Bones season 9, episode 11. There will be Spoilers.]
Well, folks, the midseason finale is upon us once again in the land of Bones and it’s time to take stock of season 9 thus far. It’s been a good one, all things considered. Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) survived a rocky start, took out a major baddie, tied the knot, and solved some stellar cases along the way with only a few “filler” episodes to speak of. And tonight’s ‘The Spark in the Park’ is right up there with the best of them. In fact, it could be argued that it’s the best in the series.
One of the things it does nicely is ...
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- Heather Donmoyer
On TV this Friday: Bones flips out for its fall finale, the Grimm team deals with a demonic possession, Haven falls under a terrible new curse, the Grammy Nominations are announced and more. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
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8 pm The Carries Diaries (The CW) | Larissa and Samantha finally find some common ground: sex.
8 pm Bones (Fox) | Fall finale: As the Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of a promising young gymnast who was living a secret double life, Brennan shows uncharacteristic empathy for the victim’s father (Richard Schiff, »
- Misha Solomon
"I had strep throat when I went in. I didn't know my lines or anything!" Maroney tells TVGuide.com. "I kind of just winged it. I honestly had no idea how I did. ... So when I got the part, I was so excited."
The Olympic gold medalist and meme queen guest-stars on Friday's episode (8/7c, Fox) as Ellie, a gymnast who becomes Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Booth's (David Boreanaz) prime suspect after her rival Amanda is murdered. And not just murdered — her remains ...
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- Joyce Eng
Dylan Neal, 44, is headed to the big screen! The sexy Arrow actor will play Anastasia Steele’s stepfather Bob in the film adaptation of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey. The film is already jam-packed with stars, and we’re excited to see the TV actor make a major splash in the sexy film!
Dylan is officially the latest star to the join the Fifty Shades of Grey cast. The seasoned actor plays the evil Dr. Anthony Ivo on the CW show — and while Bob is not exactly the type of evil genius Dylan plays on the hit show, he’s still a character you wouldn’t want to mess with. Anastasia’s doting stepfather teaches her »
- HL Intern
One of America's golden girls is breaking bad! Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney is set to guest star on Bones' upcoming episode this Friday and the pint-sized gymnast is stirring up some super-sized drama on the Fox hit. Maroney becomes the key suspect in Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan's (Emily Deschanel) latest case, which involved the murder of a nationally ranked gymnast. While the deceased was ranked number one prior to her death, Maroney's character Ellie just so happens to take the top spot once her competition is gone. Suspicious, no? But we've got an exclusive sneak peek that may just clear Maroney's character and that shows off her very impressive tumbling »
At the moment, AMC is winning the war when it comes to cable drama series with The Walking Dead ratings increasing week by week, but one show isn’t enough to keep this network on top. As is, Mad Men‘s immense budgetary needs are eating away at the budgets for other shows, and, now that Breaking Bad is over, the network doesn’t have much to brag about. Hell on Wheels doesn’t have enough viewers and Low Winter Sun was a huge disappointment in both ratings and critical response. The network desperately needs another hit, and their next attempt comes with the upcoming Revolutionary War series Turn. Written by Craig Silverstein, based on the book Washington’s Spies and directed by Rupert Wyatt, Turn is set in the summer of 1778 and tells the story of New York farmer Abe Woodhull (Jamie Bell), who bands together with a group »
- Mark Capers
Review Laura Akers 1 Dec 2013 - 23:10
Babies are the talk of the latest episode of Castle. Here's Laura's review...
This review contains spoilers.
6.10 The Good, The Bad, And The Baby
Let’s be clear about this: I loathe the baby-turns-tough-woman-into-marshmallow-ready-to-spawn trope. According to television, any woman, regardless of her attitudes about reproduction or degree of life-incomptaibility-with-infants, when placed in the same space as a baby, will automatically but begrudgingly bond with said baby and re-evaluate her position on said reproduction.
There are a few clear problems with this trope.
One, it happens almost exclusively to women on these shows and is based on the misogynistic belief that biology is destiny: all women are mothers or mothers-in-waiting. When we accept this premise, we are also buying into the idea that women who absolutely do not want to be mothers are less than women.
But don’t worry, because that never happens. »
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Homeland, Beauty and the Beast, Person of Interest and NCIS: La!
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- Team TVLine
The turkey’s stuffed, the pumpkin’s pie’d and the family’s gathered — but don’t neglect your old friend, TV! It’s working Ot this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, serving marathons of fave shows (Castle) and flicks (James Bond), holiday movies (My Santa) and classics (A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving), plus fresh episodes of Glee, Grimm and others. So unbutton your pants and pick up your remote — it’s relaxin’ time. (Sunday’s entrees, including the Walking Dead finale, a great Wife and The Mentalist 2.0 will be covered separately.)
Thursday, Nov. 28
Midnight – 2:40 am Amazing Animation Thanksgiving Marathon (Starz »
- Misha Solomon
The fall season is deep in November sweeps, leading to a lot of good TV episodes with quote a few memorable lines. Zap2it had collected some of the very best from the week of November 17 for your reading pleasure, covering things like "Parks and Recreation," "American Horror Story: Coven" and "The Walking Dead."
Read and enjoy some of these special moments, but beware the spoilers that lie ahead.
"I'm tired of everything holding me back. From now on, anything that holds me back, I don't have time for." - T.J. on "Betrayal"
"Give it a name. Names always make things better, they make them real. Trust me." - Rumpelstiltskin's father on »
Lessons learned from the "Bones" episode, "The Mystery in the Meat" are:
1. Bring a bagged lunch to school.
2. Never eat something called "Hot Bacon" without checking to be certain it's a food product.
3. Make sure the bar in the middle of nowhere still has a country-western theme
4. Horse meat rarely meets health codes, even at public schools.
Failing to remember these things apparently results in murder and/or fights with biker gangs.
Shades of "Soylent Green"
The murder of the week begins with a school-lunch ode to "Soylent Green." That's because the yummy stew is people. People stew.
That tastes even worse than the normal slop.
Due to the rather extreme and disgusting nature of this particular murder, Booth, the Jeffersonian team and Caroline all rapidly descend upon the crime. It turns out that the mystery meat is a canned product called "Kettle-Top Stew" from a company called Tryon Foods. »
What better way to celebrate the fact that's almost Friday than with an exclusive Bones sneak peek that highlights Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan's (Emily Deschanel) wedded bliss?! In an adorable clip from the Fox's hit all-new episode, the couple is enjoying a meal together at their favorite diner and Booth just can't contain his happiness. "We married, Bones," Booth says while enjoying his chili a little too much. "The sun is brighter, the air is crisper." Excuse us for a moment while we mop up the damage done after our hearts melted like popsicles on the Fourth of July. Of course, Bones isn't as much of a sucker for Booth's gushfest as we »
On TV this Wednesday: The League closes its season with a double play; Revolution and Svu take a break; The Middle celebrates Turkey Day; and you can check out of CSI, but you can never leave. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Arrow (The CW) | The Count (Fringe‘s Seth Gabel) returns to infect hundreds of people – including Diggle and Ada Donner — with a mysterious illness. Meanwhile, Moira’s trial begins and Felicity walks into a trap.
8 pm The Middle »
- Kimberly Roots
Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet them to @adam_bryant or @NatalieAbrams.
Are Callie and Arizona really getting back together on Grey's Anatomy? — Darla
Natalie: There's a chance! "We're left with the concept of trying being the most important goal," Sara Ramirez tells me. But let's not forget that Arizona had a whole relationship with Leah that could jeopardize their future. "Callie has a very human reaction," Ramirez says of discovering the truth. "I don't know if it's necessarily what people will expect or what people will want for Callie." We want Calzona, Ok?
Adam: As executive producer Stephen Nathan previously hinted, the new nemesis will be much more...
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- Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams
USA's co-president Jeff Wachtel said: "Our new series come from some of the best comedic talent in the business, and reflects USA's style - with great characters, strong execution and compelling storytelling."
Sirens will premiere on USA in early 2014.
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"Bones" moves to Friday and Brennan sees another side of the criminal-justice process in "The Fury in the Jury." But it's safe to say that the analytical crime-solver is not content to have things go the route of O.J. Simpson when a sports star faces the murder of his wife.
If the jury can't convict him, then it's up to the Jeffersonian to convict a bad man.
"12 Angry Men," "Bones"-style
In the classic film/play, "12 Angry Men," a single juror convinces a room of guilty-voters to rethink the case and examine the evidence. The results display the individuals' characters as well as the workings of the jury-trial concept.
The case is that of Peter Kidman, a professional soccer player on trial for the murder of his wife, Charlene. Although Kidman's sister, Alison, insists »
As a veteran of 2006′s Rock Star: Supernova, Josh Logan knows better than any of his current Voice counterparts what national TV exposure can do for the career prospects of a working musician — and how important it is to capitalize on said momentum.
“After Rock Star, I was definitely doing more high profile gigs. I was playing in Iceland. I was playing in Canada. And I was making a hell of a lot more money than before,” Logan recalls. “The problem was, I really didn’t move as quickly as I should have. I dropped the ball.”
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- Michael Slezak
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