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Corporate's Anne Dudek Remembers Jobs on ER, House, Bones and More

Corporate's Anne Dudek Remembers Jobs on ER, House, Bones and More
Anne Dudek isn’t a soulless corporate drone, but she’s having a really good time playing one on TV.

“I have zero office experience,” says the actress, whose 17-year career includes gigs on House, Covert Affairs, Mad Men and The Flash, among many of your other favorite shows. “But I find it fascinating!”

Dudek’s latest role, Kate on Comedy Central’s Corporate — which premieres tonight at 10/9c — is an ambitious executive at a corporation where humanity is leached from employees as they climb the corporate ladder. (No seriously, it’s a comedy.)

“It pokes a lot of fun at the corporate world,
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Amazon renews The Tick for season 2

As we await The Tick’s return on Amazon in February, the studio has announced it has renewed the series for a 10-episode second season to premiere in 2019.

Series creator Ben Edlund will return for the second season with stars Peter Serafinowicz and Griffin Newman. Additional casting for new characters will also be announced at a later time.

“I am so excited that Amazon wants to continue this wildly fruitful collaboration and that this amazing cast gets to stay together, and that we get to build this mythos further, wider, deeper, and taller,” said Edlund. “We got a good ball of mud spinning with the right tilt of axis, I’m very happy we have this opportunity to keep peopling it.”

The Tick returns with more action-packed episodes! Evil is on the march, and The City is right in its way. Something terrible is going to happen, and Destiny needs
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The plot thickens in new trailer for Amazon’s The Tick

With The Tick set to return next month, Amazon has released a new poster and trailer for the second half of the Prime exclusive series; take a look below…

The Tick returns with more action-packed episodes! Evil is on the march, and The City is right in its way. Something terrible is going to happen, and Destiny needs her champions now more than ever. The Tick and Arthur round up the gang in a crash collision course between justice and villainy.

The Tick stars Peter Serafinowicz (Guardians of the Galaxy), Griffin Newman (Vinyl), Jackie Earle Haley (Watchmen), Valorie Curry (House of Lies), Yara Martinez (Jane the Virgin) and Brendan Hines (Scorpion). The Tick is executive produced by Ben Edlund (Supernatural), Barry Josephson (Bones) and Barry Sonnenfeld (A Series of Unfortunate Events), directed by Wally Pfister (The Dark Knight), and written by Edlund.

The Tick season 1 is set to return on February 23rd.
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'Sif' Gets In "Shape"

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Sneak Peek images of actress Jaimie Alexander, aka 'Asgardian' warrior 'Sif' in the Marvel Universe, posing for an issue of "Shape" magazine:

Alexander's first major film role was in the horror feature "Rest Stop" (2006) followed by "Hallowed Ground" (2007).

She then played the character 'Jessi' on the ABC Family series "Kyle Xy",followed by guest roles on "CSI: Miami" and "Bones".

Alexander was cast as 'Sif' in Marvel Studios' live-action feature "Thor, directed by Kenneth Branagh, released May 2011...

...then reprised the role in the sequel "Thor: The Dark World" and the TV series "Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D."

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91 Shows That Ended in 2017: Which Will You Miss the Most?

91 Shows That Ended in 2017: Which Will You Miss the Most?
Happy Friday! Who’s ready to reopen some old wounds?

As TVLine continues reflecting on the year that was, it’s time to acknowledge those we lost in 2017. (No, we’re not talking about the actual people who passed away. We did that already.)

We’re talking about the shows — from teen fare like Pretty Little Liars, The Vampire Diaries and Teen Wolf to beloved adult dramas like The Leftovers, Bones and Bates Motel — to which we reluctantly bade farewell during the past 365 days.

And because this year’s list tops out at a whopping 91 shows — and counting, in case
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Film News Roundup: Willem Dafoe to Be Honored by Palm Springs Film Festival

Film News Roundup: Willem Dafoe to Be Honored by Palm Springs Film Festival
In today’s film news roundup, Willem Dafoe is honored, August Maturo gets his first feature film, and Fathom Events dates the documentary “Alien Intrusion.”

Festival Award

The 29th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival has selected Willem Dafoe for its Icon Award for his performance in “The Florida Project.”

The award will be presented at the festival’s gala on Jan. 2 at the Palm Springs Convention Center.

Willem Dafoe is a versatile actor who has appeared in over one hundred films in his stellar career,” said festival chairman Harold Matzner. “In ‘The Florida Project,’ Dafoe delivers a career defining performance, as a hotel manager overseeing his sometimes unruly residents, which has received numerous critical accolades.”

Past recipients of the Icon Award include Michael Douglas, Robert Duvall, Tom Hanks, and Meryl Streep. For his performance in the film, Dafoe received best supporting actor recognition from the New York Film Critics, Los Angeles Film Critics,
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David Boreanaz, Primetime’s Most Valuable Player, Has Another Hit With ‘Seal Team’ — Ratings Watch

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David Boreanaz, Primetime’s Most Valuable Player, Has Another Hit With ‘Seal Team’ — Ratings Watch
David Boreanaz is once again proving his primetime power. Fresh off a 12-season run on the Fox staple “Bones,” Boreanaz didn’t miss a beat: His new CBS drama, “Seal Team,” has already been given a full 22-episode first season order, and is shoo-in for a sophomore renewal.

Not many performers can brag about starring in back-to-back-to-back hits, which makes Boreanaz a TV heavy hitter on par with stars like Ted Danson and William Shatner — the rare actors who have enjoyed multiple hits on unrelated shows. Boreanaz, of course, top-lined the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” spinoff “Angel” for several years (and 110 episodes) before moving on to 246 episodes of “Bones.”

Seal Team” stars Boreanaz as Jason Hayes, the leader of the Tier One team, a group deployed on clandestine missions worldwide at a moment’s notice. The show has been consistently making the top 25 ratings among both adults 18-49 and total viewers.
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How Lena Waithe Is Using Her Newfound Success for Everyone (Exclusive)

How Lena Waithe Is Using Her Newfound Success for Everyone (Exclusive)
For Lena Waithe, slowing down is not an option.

Coming off her 2017 Emmy win for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for the Master of None episode “Thanksgiving,” Waithe feels like she still has a lot to prove. “I was very blessed to be nominated and receive an award from an industry that I respect a lot. But my hustle doesn’t stop. I don’t rest on that,” she tells Et of the many upcoming projects she has coming up, including Step Sisters, about the president of a black sorority who is forced to help repair the reputation of a white sorority by teaching them how to step, on which she’s a producer, and a supporting role in Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One. “I’m still out here grinding -- you know, I got things in the pot.”

That pot also happens to contain her highly anticipated Showtime series, The Chi, which she created
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Steve Reevis, 'Fargo,' 'Dancing With Wolves' Actor, Dies at 55

Steve Reevis, 'Fargo,' 'Dancing With Wolves' Actor, Dies at 55
Actor Steve Reevis, who had supporting roles in the movies Fargo and Last of the Dogmen, has died. He was 55.

Ralph Foster of the Foster Funeral Home said Friday that Reevis died Thursday at a hospital Missoula. He did not know the cause of death.

Reevis was a member of the Blackfeet Tribe in northwestern Montana.

He also appeared in the movies Geronimo, Dances With Wolves and the 2005 version of The Longest Yard and acted in several television episodes, including Walker, Texas Ranger, Jag and Bones.

Reevis is survived by his wife, Macile, and four children.

Foster says funeral...
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Steve Reevis, 'Fargo,' 'Dancing With Wolves' Actor, Dies at 55

Actor Steve Reevis, who had supporting roles in the movies Fargo and Last of the Dogmen, has died. He was 55.

Ralph Foster of the Foster Funeral Home said Friday that Reevis died Thursday at a hospital in Missoula, Montana. He did not know the cause of death.

Reevis was a member of the Blackfeet Tribe in northwestern Montana.

He also appeared in the movies Geronimo, Dances With Wolves and the 2005 version of The Longest Yard and acted in several television episodes, including Jag, Bones and Walker, Texas Ranger.

Reevis is survived by his wife, Macile, and four children.

Foster...
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New NCIS Season 15, Episode 10 Is Getting Delayed For A While

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Hey, "NCIS" fans. It is with great regret that we have to deliver this latest set of news to you guys. It turns out that your favorite show is about to hit a break in the schedule this coming Tuesday night, November 28,2017 and Tuesday night, December 5,2017. On those nights, CBS will not be airing a new episode of NCIS. So, that means the new and latest episode 10 will be missing in action for a while. It's currently expected to finally air on Tuesday night, December 12,2017 in its same 7 pm central time slot on CBS. So, be sure to mark that very important date down on your TV calendars. So, what is replacing your favorite show this coming Tuesday night and next Tuesday night? Well, according to the TV guide schedule, on Tuesday night, November 28,2017, the line up will consist of a classic, animated Christmas special. That's right. CBS will be
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Pixar’s ‘Coco’ Tops Wimpy ‘Justice League’ at Thanksgiving Box Office

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Pixar’s ‘Coco’ Tops Wimpy ‘Justice League’ at Thanksgiving Box Office
Coco” (Disney/Pixar) outgrossed by a wide margin the second weekend of DC’s “Justice League” over the five-day Thanksgiving weekend. Their robust numbers were buttressed by strong holds for several other films, led by the second weekend of “Wonder” (Lionsgate) along with other holdovers that showed surprising signs of renewed life.

The holiday weekend was about three per cent ahead of a year ago, a welcome increase looking forward to the lucrative Christmas period. That’s positive, though it marks a minimally acceptable performance given two films at the top with a combined budget of a half-billion dollars.

Pixar’s “Coco” fell short of other recent animated Thanksgiving holiday releases (including “Moana” last year and “Frozen” in 2013), but its $71-million five-day total combined with an A+ Cinemascore (only the fifth this year, and third since January) suggests a shot at a total gross of $275 million or higher with strong play through Christmas.
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Luc Besson to direct James Patterson TV adaptation The French Detective

ABC has announced that Luc Besson (Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets) is set to make his TV directorial debut with The French Detective, a pilot based upon James Patterson’s Luc Moncrief book series, which will star Oscar-winner Jean Dujardin (The Artist).

Written by Bill Collage and Adam Cooper (Assassin’s Creed) and Jonathan Collier (Bones), The French Detective will see Dujardin as Parisian detective Luc Moncrief, who joins the NYPD for a fresh start in New York City. However, someone wants to make his first big case his last.

Although The French Detective will mark Besson’s first directorial gig on TV, he did create the Taken TV series for NBC, based upon his hit action movie franchise. Besson will also executive produce the series alongside Patterson, Collage, Cooper and Collier.

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The Fifth Element Director Luc Besson Set To Direct ABC Pilot The French Detective

ABC has ordered a pilot for The French Detective, which is based on James Patterson‘s Luc Moncrief mysteries. ComingSoon.net reports that Luc Besson (The Fifth Element) is set to direct, it will also be his TV directorial debut and Jean Dujardin (The Artist) will star in the series.

The French Detective is written by Assassin's Creed scribes Bill Collage and Adam Cooper and Jonathan Collier (Bones). The show is being described as a “light procedural drama” and will tell the story of Parisian detective Luc Moncrief who joins the NYPD in an effort to start a new life.

The James Patterson series has three books; French Kiss, The Christmas Mystery and French Twist. On Amazon the description of French Kiss reads:

“Very handsome and charming French detective Luc Moncrief joined the NYPD for a fresh start–but someone wants to make his first big case his last. Welcome to New York.
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Jean Dujardin to Star in ABC Pilot The French Detective

One of the best French actors today is going to make his way to the American television. ABC has given a put pilot comment to the drama pilot, The French Detective, based on James Patterson’s Luc Moncrief mysteries, from EuropaCorp TV Studios. Oscar-winning actor Jean Dujardin is attached to star in the project. EuropaCorp founder and Taken creator Luc Besson is set to direct the pilot, making his TV directional debut. Written by Assassin’s Creed writers Bill Collage and Adam Cooper, and Jonathan Collier (Bones), The French Detective is a light procedural drama that centers on Luc Moncrief, a Parisian

Jean Dujardin to Star in ABC Pilot The French Detective
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‘The French Detective’ Light Drama Starring Jean Dujardin From Luc Besson & James Patterson Set At ABC As Put Pilot

‘The French Detective’ Light Drama Starring Jean Dujardin From Luc Besson & James Patterson Set At ABC As Put Pilot
ABC has given a put pilot commitment to light drama The French Detective, based on James Patterson’s Luc Moncrief mysteries, from EuropaCorp TV Studios, with The Artist‘s Jean Dujardin attached to star and EuropaCorp founder and Taken creator Luc Besson set to direct in his TV directorial debut. Written by Assassin’s Creed scribes Bill Collage and Adam Cooper, and Jonathan Collier (Bones), The French Detective is a light procedural drama that centers on Luc Moncrief, a…
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Michael Grant Terry On ‘Bones’ Series Finale & His Favorite Moments [Video Exclusive]

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Michael Grant Terry played Wendell Bray on hit Fox series Bones, which ended last March. The final episode saw the fictional Jeffersonian laboratory blown up after a bomb attack from a past series villain, and Terry thinks it was a fitting ending. “It’s been a long time coming,” he said of the finale. “It’s pretty wild […]

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‘Wonder’ Review: Jacob Tremblay Faces Middle School In this Emotionally Generous Family Drama

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‘Wonder’ Review: Jacob Tremblay Faces Middle School In this Emotionally Generous Family Drama
Wonder” is as manipulative as movies get, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Sometimes a story needs to steer you; sometimes a story tells you what to feel, but redeems itself by virtue of the sincerity with which it shows why you should feel that way. In much the same way that fables and fairy tales exist to making a particular point, subtlety would be counterintuitive to the very nature of what this film is trying to do. And really, no one should be expecting Chekhov from an inspirational tear-jerker about a deformed little kid whose parents are played by Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson.

As generous as it is linear (and only emotionally pornographic towards the end), “Wonder” may be manipulative, but it’s also instructive. It’s a how-to guide for kindness — a good lesson for kids, and a helpful reminder for adults. It’s not
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‘Daddy’s Home 2’ Review: Mel Gibson Proves to Be One Daddy Too Many in Queasy Holiday Comedy

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‘Daddy’s Home 2’ Review: Mel Gibson Proves to Be One Daddy Too Many in Queasy Holiday Comedy
Daddy’s Home 2” isn’t sorry. It doesn’t care about your stupid feelings. Don’t remember what happened at the end of the last movie, or which home belongs to which daddy? Too bad. Don’t want your festive family comedies to star Mel Gibson as a serial womanizer with a flair for violence? Well, “The Man Who Invented Christmas” isn’t out until next week, so you’re shit out of luck. Don’t understand how Will Ferrell could re-team with Mark Wahlberg when a sequel to “Step Brothers” is possibly the only thing that could pull civilization back from the brink? Get in line.

A follow-up to one of Sofia Coppola’s favorite movies of all time, “Daddy’s Home 2” literally ends with its characters snowbound in a multiplex and forced to watch some limp Hollywood garbage because they don’t have anything better to do. In a better world,
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The Good Cop: Josh Groban Cast as Tony Danza's Son in Netflix Dramedy

The bar for unlikely father-son pairings on TV has been raised: Josh Groban has been cast as Tony Danza’s offspring in Netflix’s 10-episode dramedy The Good Cop, TVLine has learned.

The feel-good procedural, from Monk creator Andy Breckman, centers on disgraced, former NYPD officer Tony Sr. (Danza) and his earnest, obsessively honest son — and current NYPD officer — Tony Jr. (Groban). This “odd couple” become unofficial partners as Tony Sr. offers his overly-cautious son blunt, street-wise advice on everything from handling suspects to handling women.

Although known mostly as a singer, Groban has been beefing up his acting resume
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