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Indie comedy That’s Not Me wraps filming

17 July 2016 10:50 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

That's Not Me.

Aussie indie comedy That.s Not Me,.director Gregory Erdstein's feature debut,.has wrapped principal photography and is currently in post.

Erdstein co-wrote.the film.with actor Alice Foulcher and shot it over the past nine months in Melbourne and Los Angeles.

It follows the story of Polly, whose dreams of making it as an actor are shattered when her identical twin sister Amy lands a plum role in an HBO show and starts dating Jared Leto.

Mistaken for her famous sister at every turn, Polly decides to use her sister.s celebrity for her own advantage — free clothes, free booze, casual sex. — with disastrous consequences for them both.

That.s Not Me stars Isabel Lucas and Offspring.s Richard Davies alongside newcomer Foulcher.

The ensemble cast also includes Andrew O.Keefe (Deal or No Deal, Weekend Sunrise), Andrew Gilbert (Kiss or Kill, Round the Twist »

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Endemol Shine Names Ivan Nash Vila as Chief Financial Officer

13 July 2016 5:18 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Ivan Nash Vila has been named chief financial officer at TV production and distribution giant Endemol Shine Group, whose shows include non-scripted hits like “Masterchef,” “Big Brother” and “Deal or No Deal,” and dramas like “Humans,” “Peaky Blinders,” “Black Mirror,” “The Fall” and “Broadchurch.”

Nash Vila is CFO of Central Europe at John Malone’s global cable outfit Liberty Global, overseeing financial operations and strategy in Austria, Switzerland, and five countries in Central and Eastern Europe.

As CFO of Endemol Shine, Nash Vila will be responsible for leading all the company’s finance operations including controlling, accounting, tax and treasury, as well as It and internal controls. He will take up his new role this autumn, and will be based at the company’s headquarters in Amsterdam, reporting to Sophie Turner Laing, CEO of Endemol Shine.

In a statement, Turner Laing commented: “Ivan will bring with him far-reaching experience of financial leadership within complex, multi-layered »

- Leo Barraclough

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Big Stars Love TV So Much, They’re Even Hosting Game Shows Now

2 July 2016 8:32 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Remember when big-name stars didn’t want to do TV? Now they’re even clamoring for jobs as game show hosts.

Alec Baldwin (ABC’s “Match Game”), Taye Diggs (Fox’s “Hypnotize Me”), Jane Lynch (NBC’s “Celebrity Game Night”) and Anthony Anderson (ABC’s “To Tell the Truth”) are just some of the actors who now front major primetime game shows, in addition to their regular scripted work.

“You look at game shows from the 1970s and 1980s, they were somewhat cheesy,” Anderson said. “It’s different now. It’s a lot classier. It’s cool.”

Wayne Brady, who has hosted a “Let’s Make a Deal” revival for CBS since 2009, joked that “being a game show host was very much akin to being a local affiliate weatherman – and no offense to local affiliate weathermen, but there’s a stereotype.”

Read More: Common Joins the Game Show Circus

Indeed, »

- Michael Schneider

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Big Stars Love TV So Much, They’re Even Hosting Game Shows Now

2 July 2016 8:32 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Remember when big-name stars didn’t want to do TV? Now they’re even clamoring for jobs as game show hosts.

Alec Baldwin (ABC’s “Match Game”), Taye Diggs (Fox’s “Hypnotize Me”), Jane Lynch (NBC’s “Celebrity Game Night”) and Anthony Anderson (ABC’s “To Tell the Truth”) are just some of the actors who now front major primetime game shows, in addition to their regular scripted work.

“You look at game shows from the 1970s and 1980s, they were somewhat cheesy,” Anderson said. “It’s different now. It’s a lot classier. It’s cool.”

Wayne Brady, who has hosted a “Let’s Make a Deal” revival for CBS since 2009, joked that “being a game show host was very much akin to being a local affiliate weatherman – and no offense to local affiliate weathermen, but there’s a stereotype.”

Read More: Common Joins the Game Show Circus

Indeed, »

- Michael Schneider

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Reality Producer Scott St. John Signs With ICM Partners

28 June 2016 10:41 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Veteran game and competition reality producer Scott St. John has signed with ICM Partners. St. John has produced over 1,000 hours of alternative programming, including Deal Or No Deal and America’s Got Talent. He serves as executive producer and showrunner of ABC's new primetime revival of Match Game with host Alec Baldwin, which premiered on Sunday to solid ratings. He also is executive producer and showrunner of syndicated game show Celebrity Name Game with Emmy-winning… »

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How Europe’s Broadcasters Reworked Schedules to React to Brussels Attacks

23 March 2016 2:59 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — European broadcasters have been scrambling to keep up with events in Brussels over the past two days. Variety looks at how they adapted to the fast-moving events, reworking schedules to make room for extended newscasts and special programming.

In the U.K. on Tuesday morning, public broadcaster BBC aired a three-hour-long special news report on the attacks on its flagship channel, BBC One, starting at 9.15 a.m. Both the BBC and its main free-tv commercial rival ITV extended the running time of their main newscasts at 10 o’clock that evening to incorporate coverage from Brussels, and the shows were anchored from the city. Pay TV service Sky aired a special show on the attacks on its Sky News channel Tuesday evening.

The BBC’s Wednesday edition of investigative news show “Panorama,” titled “Inside Europe’s Terror Attacks,” was devoted to the Isis terrorism network in Europe; the show has been months in the making. »

- Variety Staff

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Think Tank: Bill Turnbull's addictive new quiz is the next daytime TV smash

21 March 2016 5:18 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

A perfect blend of Deal or No Deal and Blankety Blank, the breakfast TV presenter’s new daily show looks set to become a student favourite

What to do with a much-loved breakfast TV presenter and Strictly veteran looking for his next challenge in broadcasting, but requiring perhaps a more sedate pace of life? Build him a lovely daytime potting shed in which to tend his televisual tomatoes.

A new daily daytime quiz show, Think Tank (BBC1, 2.15pm), launches this week, hosted by former BBC Breakfast anchor Bill Turnbull – and it feels as if he has come home and put his slippers on, in the best possible way. It borrows the good bit from Deal or No Deal – the matey banter and informality of the regulars – and attaches it to a general knowledge quiz, which certainly beats opening boxes. As with Pointless and Family Fortunes, a pre-chosen group – the Think Tank »

- Julia Raeside

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Monday’s best TV: Think Tank; The Food Chain; The Tube: Going Underground

20 March 2016 11:09 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Bill Turnbull presents a new quiz; new series looks at the food’s journey from farm to plate; documentary exploring London Underground. Plus: Marcia Clark is under pressure in The People v Oj Simpson

Former BBC Breakfast presenter Bill Turnbull gets the TV equivalent of a potting shed as he presents this new quiz. Three punters compete to answer questions that have been previously answered by an in-studio focus group. They’re a quirky bunch, a bit like in Deal or No Deal. (Fingers crossed that Max, in particular, is in every show.) The prize is a fittingly modest amount of money; the set is the sensory zone in a soft-play area and the questions are just about hard enough. Highly satisfactory. Julia Raeside

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- Julia Raeside, Andrew Mueller, Hannah Verdier, Hannah J Davies, Jack Seale, David Stubbs, Paul Howlett

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'American Idol' cliffhanger: Will Ryan Seacrest finally win an Emmy for hosting?

10 March 2016 10:25 AM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Ryan Seacrest has hosted "American Idol" for all 15 seasons but has never won an Emmy Award for his efforts. The TV academy didn't introduce the Best Reality Host category until 2008, which was season seven for this Fox ratings juggernaut. Seacrest reaped six consecutive bids beginning that year but never prevailed. After being dropped from the category in 2013, can he stage an Emmy comeback?  Let's take a look back at those earlier Emmy contests to get a sense of how Seacrest could pull off a win this year -Break- Who will win 'American Idol'? See exclusive predictions -Break- In 2008, reality TV was so hot that the TV academy tapped the inaugural five nominees for Best Reality Host to emcee the Emmys. Seacrest was the frontrunner to win this first race against Tom Bergeron (“Dancing with the Stars”), Heidi Klum (“Project Runway”), Howie Mandel (“Deal or no Deal”) and Jeff Pro. »

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BBC’s Peter Salmon Joins Endemol Shine as Chief Creative Officer

1 March 2016 2:23 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — Peter Salmon, the director of the BBC’s inhouse production unit BBC Studios, is leaving to become chief creative officer at TV production-distribution giant Endemol Shine Group, which is co-owned by 21st Century Fox and Apollo Global Management.

Endemol Shine also announced Tuesday that Emma Moloney, formerly general counsel at News Corp’s newspaper group News UK, will become its general counsel, leading the legal affairs team as well as overseeing the distribution business, working alongside Endemol Shine Intl. CEO Cathy Payne.

Salmon will lead the creative direction of the group’s worldwide network, which has 120 production companies in more than 30 markets and a portfolio of more than 600 titles across genres and platforms, produced in more than 50 languages. The slate includes “Big Brother,” “Black Mirror,” “Broadchurch,” “Deal or No Deal,” “Grantchester,” “Hell on Wheels,” “Humans,” “MasterChef,” “Peaky Blinders,” “The Biggest Loser,” “The Fall,” “The Tunnel,” “The Money Drop” and “Your Face Sounds Familiar. »

- Leo Barraclough

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Noel Edmonds begs stalker to leave him alone

12 February 2016 8:00 AM, PST | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Noel Edmonds has received death threats from a stalker. The 'Deal or No Deal' host has admitted he's fallen victim to harassment for over three decades and has now begged his stalker, who he believes to be a woman, to leave him be and stop sending him messages of intimate nature or he'll have no choice but to report the incident to the police. Speaking on 'This Morning' today (12.02.16), he said: ''If you are watching now, please stop because this is only going to end very unpleasantly for you. I will have to go to the police.'' The 67-year-old presenter held »

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Lauren Pope has crush on Ricky Gervais

11 February 2016 12:00 AM, PST | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Noel Edmonds has received death threats from a stalker. The 'Deal or No Deal' host has admitted he's fallen victim to harassment for over three decades and has now begged his stalker, who he believes to be a woman, to leave him be and stop sending him messages of intimate nature or he'll have no choice but to report the incident to the police. Speaking on 'This Morning' today (12.02.16), he said: ''If you are watching now, please stop because this is only going to end very unpleasantly for you. I will have to go to the police.'' The 67-year-old presenter held »

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Ninja Warrior vs Getaway Car: can either top Total Wipeout?

7 February 2016 11:36 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Which new Saturday action gameshow deserves to wear Total Wipeout's crown? Den Of Geek investigates...

Saturday nights are all about falling over. Just look at your average British town centre and you’ll see people all over the ground, stranded where they fell. And Saturday night TV is no different.

But since the sad loss of Total Wipeout in 2012, the people of our televisions have been too upright. There just haven’t been the obstacle courses around to trip them up. That’s all changed though, with the BBC’s The Getaway Car taking on ITV’s Ninja Warrior UK in the family-friendly 7pm-ish timeslot.

But are either of them a worthy successor to the great of the genre?

Falling over

Falling over is integral to the joy of the Saturday night obstacle course. And Total Wipeout lived up to its name; the whole show was »

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Ninja Warrior vs Getaway Car: can either top Total Wipeout?

7 February 2016 11:36 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Which new Saturday action gameshow deserves to wear Total Wipeout's crown? Den Of Geek investigates...

Saturday nights are all about falling over. Just look at your average British town centre and you’ll see people all over the ground, stranded where they fell. And Saturday night TV is no different.

But since the sad loss of Total Wipeout in 2012, the people of our televisions have been too upright. There just haven’t been the obstacle courses around to trip them up. That’s all changed though, with the BBC’s The Getaway Car taking on ITV’s Ninja Warrior UK in the family-friendly 7pm-ish timeslot.

But are either of them a worthy successor to the great of the genre?

Falling over

Falling over is integral to the joy of the Saturday night obstacle course. And Total Wipeout lived up to its name; the whole show was »

- louisamellor

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Lionsgate Inks Overall TV Deal with ‘Kicking & Screaming’ Co-Creators

26 January 2016 11:02 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Lionsgate has inked an overall television deal with producing team Mark Harris and David Shumsky, who specialize in the unscripted space and are co-creators of Fox’s upcoming competition series “Kicking & Screaming,” Variety has learned.

Under the new pact, the duo will develop new series and formats for Lionsgate’s alternative division through their production company Ohana Pictures. Lionsgate will have exclusive rights to all content produced by Harris and Shumsky’s Ohana banner, in addition to first-call on any scripted development.

“Kicking & Screaming,” recently reported by Variety, is co-created by the pair and Matt Kunitz, who is currently under and overall deal with Lionsgate. The reality competition, which is set to debut in 2016 with eight episodes, marks the first series order under Harris and Shumsky’s new deal.

At Lionsgate, Harris and Shumsky will work closely with the company’s exclusive production partners, including Kunitz’s Pulse Creative, Adam Divello »

- Elizabeth Wagmeister

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Donald Trump Says Sarah Palin Hasn't Asked to Be His Vice President - But She Could 'Certainly' Have a Job in His Administration

20 January 2016 12:15 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

This could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship. After Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump for president at a rally in Iowa Tuesday night, the Gop front-runner said he would "certainly" give her a role in his administration if she wanted one - but the possibility of a Trump-Palin ticket hasn't come up. "That question is always asked: 'Who do you have in mind?' I don't even think about VP right now. I just want to win," Trump said on the Today show Wednesday morning. "I've always been a closer. I get the deal done and I have to »

- Tierney McAfee, @tierneymcafee

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Donald Trump Says Sarah Palin Hasn't Asked to Be His Vice President - But She Could 'Certainly' Have a Job in His Administration

20 January 2016 12:15 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

This could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship. After Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump for president at a rally in Iowa Tuesday night, the Gop front-runner said he would "certainly" give her a role in his administration if she wanted one - but the possibility of a Trump-Palin ticket hasn't come up. "That question is always asked: 'Who do you have in mind?' I don't even think about VP right now. I just want to win," Trump said on the Today show Wednesday morning. "I've always been a closer. I get the deal done and I have to »

- Tierney McAfee, @tierneymcafee

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Doctor Who Series 9 – In Six Minutes!

17 January 2016 9:43 AM, PST | Kasterborous.com | See recent Kasterborous news »

Philip Bates is a writer at Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews - All the latest Doctor Who news and reviews with our weekly podKast, features and interviews, and a long-running forum.

Viewers of Charlie Brooker’s Screen Wipe (a darkly humourous news show) will recognise Mr Jake Yapp for his succinct summing up of any given subject. Mostly, for Brooker’s brilliant programme, he talks about television, so we’ve had Take Me Out, The Chase, and Deal or No Deal, for example… all in about 90 seconds each. There’s some serious speed-talking...

The post Doctor Who Series 9 – In Six Minutes! appeared first on Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews. »

- Philip Bates

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Ratings: Fox’s ‘Second Chance’ Opens Low; ‘Chicago Pd,’ Other Crime Dramas Shine

14 January 2016 9:32 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

ABC’s “Modern Family” and Fox’s “American Idol” were the top-rated programs among young adults on Wednesday, but the standout performers were crime dramas “Criminal Minds” on CBS and “Law & Order: Svu” and “Chicago Pd” on NBC, the latter of which hit a 14-month high. It was slow going, meanwhile, for the premiere of Fox drama “Second Chance,” which lost about half of its “Idol” lead-in and came in well below other recent premieres behind the music competition series.

While Fox won the night thanks to “Idol,” NBC pulled to within 0.2 of the lead — its closest Wednesday finish against all-original competition in more than eight years (since September 2007 with “Deal or No Deal,” “Bionic Woman” and “Life”). The Peacock also won last night in total viewers (7.8 million).

Looking at Wednesday’s ratings action, Fox’s “American Idol” dominated the night’s opening hour (2.5 rating/8 share in adults 18-49, 9.7 million »

- Rick Kissell

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You’ve Been Framed! 10 questions answered

14 January 2016 9:06 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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We asked the producer of ITV’s You’ve Been Framed! about staged clips, smartphones, and why the £250 hasn’t gone up with inflation…

Home video clip show You've Been Framed! is an ITV Saturday teatime stalwart. It first arrived in 1990 and is now in the enviable position of airing its 29th series. Its current incarnation, presented by Harry Hill since 2004, hit preciselythe sweet spot between comic absurdity and human suffering.

It's the show, as producer Chris Thornton says, "everybody watches but nobody admits to watching. We've gone into more detail on the joys it provides, here.

Over email, we caught up with Thornton to find out the secret to the show's longevity, how the advent of smartphones has affected submissions, and why that £250 fee hasn't changed since day one...

The £250 fee has remained the same since You’ve Been Framed! began in 1990. Have there been discussions »

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