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Review: 'Bloodline' Offers Stacked Cast & Netflix Pedigree, But Lacks Heart in the Darkness

5 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

On paper, "Bloodline" reads as the next great Netflix drama. Buzz behind the series, still weeks away from premiering, is enough evidence in support of the show's obvious allures. Combining a cast most feature film directors would envy with the creators of "Damages" — a dramatically daring, if flawed, cult favorite — is enough to stir any viewer's interest, if only for the hopes of seeing a Glenn Close-level performance from Sissy Spacek, Sam Shepard or any other members of the stacked cast. The vast reach of the Netflix platform (now past 50 million global subscribers) only adds to the allure, as the ease of access and "user's choice" scheduling makes subscribers more willing to try a now-trusted Originals Department. Read More: Netflix Announces Premiere Dates for 'Orange is the New Black' Season 3, 'Wet Hot American Summer,' Wachowskis' 'Sense8' For the most part, these goals are met. »

- Ben Travers

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Review: 'Bloodline' Offers Stacked Cast & Netflix Pedigree, But Lacks Heart in the Darkness

5 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

On paper, "Bloodline" reads as the next great Netflix drama. Buzz behind the series, still weeks away from premiering, is enough evidence in support of the show's obvious allures. Combining a cast most feature film directors would envy with the creators of "Damages" — a dramatically daring, if flawed, cult favorite — is enough to stir any viewer's interest, if only for the hopes of seeing a Glenn Close-level performance from Sissy Spacek, Sam Shepard or any other members of the stacked cast. The vast reach of the Netflix platform (now past 50 million global subscribers) only adds to the allure, as the ease of access and "user's choice" scheduling makes subscribers more willing to try a now-trusted Originals Department. Read More: Netflix Announces Premiere Dates for 'Orange is the New Black' Season 3, 'Wet Hot American Summer,' Wachowskis' 'Sense8' For the most part, these goals are met. »

- Ben Travers

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Minority Report Television Sequel Series Finalizes Main Cast

1 March 2015 4:10 PM, PST | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Back in January, we reported that Fox had given a pilot order to their small-screen Minority Report sequel and over the past week, with production expected to begin soon, Fox has finalized its main cast for the upcoming sci-fi series.  Stark Sands (Inside Llewyn Davis) and Meagan Good (Think Like A Man) have landed the lead roles with Sands playing the dual roles of Dash and Arthur, the two male Precogs, and Good playing Lara Vega, a detective haunted by her past, who will work with Dash to help him find a purpose for his gift.  Laura Regan (Mad Men), Li Jun Li (Damages), and Daniel London (Minority Report) round out the rest of the cast with Regan playing Agatha, the Precog played by Samantha Morton in the original film, Li will play a CSI technician named Akeela, and London will reprise his role as Wally the Caretaker from the original 2002 film. »

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Secrets & Lies Review – TV ABC

1 March 2015 7:05 AM, PST | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

ABC‘s Secrets & Lies gives away the main thrust of the story with the gimmick itself, leaving the ten-episode dramatic effort to keep viewers interested with… well, all the secrets and lies. The trick here being that some of them aren’t actually either.

Similar to such popular, recent efforts as Broadchurch (Gracepoint), this is another reworking of a foreign show. This one, like The Slap, an effort from Australia.

The show opens with Ben Crawford (Ryan Phillippe) sprinting out of the woods to get help after he finds the body of a small boy, Tom Murphy. Tom was not just his neighbor’s son, but a boy Ben knew well, as his daughter regularly babysat him.

As might be expected (from TV DramaLand), Detective Andrea Cornell (Juliette Lewis) asks Ben a lot of questions that don’t exactly sound routine, and more or less acts as though she has »

- Marc Eastman

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Castle Casts 24 Vet Reiko Aylesworth, Housewives' Ricardo Chavira

26 February 2015 6:15 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Out goes Renee Walker, in comes Michelle Dessler.

TVLine has confirmed that on the heels of Annie Wersching’s Castle encore, fellow 24 alum Reiko Aylesworth will guest-star on the ABC drama.

What’s more, Desperate Housewives vet Ricardo Chavira has a key role in the same episode; the actor revealed the castings with this photo on Twitter:

RelatedCastle Casts Enterprise‘s Linda Park as… Beckett’s New Partner?

Last day on @Castle_ABC with the best guest star cast and director ever! Seamus too… »

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Reese Witherspoon & Ryan Phillippe's Son Is Ready for Takeoff -- See Their Mini-Me!

26 February 2015 | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

Like father, like son!  With two extremely good looking parents, it's no wonder Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe's son is turning out to be quite the adorable kid.  The "Damages" actor took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a rare pic of his mini-me as the two shared some father-son bonding time.   "We got this--d takin us to the apple for pop's promo n startup #SecretsandLies #Deedle," he captioned the cute pic.   In the shot, the pair sit in the cockpit of a plane getting ready to jet to NYC to promote Ryan's new ABC show "Secret's & Lies."   Doesn't the 10-year-old look like the perfect mix of both his famous parents? Ryan and the "Wild" star divorced back in 2007 and are also parents to 15-year-old daughter Ava. Reese remarried CAA talent agent Jim Toth, in 2011 and they share 2-year-old son Tennessee.  The 40-year-old actor also has a 3-year-old daughter, »

- tooFab Staff

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Failed TV pilots that paved the way for breakout hits

24 February 2015 2:32 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Had these pilots been given the green light, we might have been without Breaking Bad, 24, Hannibal, Community and more…

It’s not all grumble and moan round here when TV networks decline to pick up pilots. Sometimes, we’re even grateful.

Hindsight teaches that every so often, passing on a particular show is the best thing a channel could have done. Not ordering one pilot to series spurs its creators on to start another, and frees up its cast to join new projects.

Had the failures below all thrived, there’s a chance we could now be living in a world with no Breaking Bad, Hannibal, or even South Park. Had these pilots gone on to enjoy healthy, lengthy lives, then Jack Bauer, Oberyn Martell, Chandler Bing and more might all be unrecognisable today.

Here then, are the TV pilots we’re grateful weren’t taken to series because their »

- louisamellor

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Secrets and Lies preview: Juliette Lewis gets on Ryan Phillippe’s case in ABC’s whodunit

18 February 2015 5:00 PM, PST | ChannelGuideMag | See recent ChannelGuideMag news »

If you’re tempted to dismiss ABC’s new Secrets and Lies as yet another Broadchurch knockoff, consider this: Secrets’ tale unspools solely from the perspective of Ryan Phillippe’s Ben Crawford, a suburban family man suspected of killing his neighbor’s son. Which means Phillippe is in virtually every scene of the chiller that head writer Barbie Kligman calls “a character drama with an underlying mystery.” It’s madness, Phillippe and Secrets’ co-executive producer/director Timothy Busfield (thirtysomething, Damages) agree — but there is very much method to it. “The lines between what Ben is going through and what Ryan is going through would cross … Continue reading →

The post Secrets and Lies preview: Juliette Lewis gets on Ryan Phillippe’s case in ABC’s whodunit appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »

- Lori Acken

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Alexandra Socha Upped to Series Regular on Amazon Comedy ‘Red Oaks’

12 February 2015 2:32 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Actress and singer Alexandra Socha has been upped to a series regular on Amazon’s ’80s-set comedy from Steven Soderbergh, “Red Oaks,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Socha, who’s had recurring arcs on “Royal Pains,” “The Big C” and “Damages” and replaced Lea Michele in “Spring Awakening’s” original Broadway production in 2008, was a guest star in the pilot for Amazon Studios, which premiered last year on Amazon Prime Instant Video. The full series is set to bow later this year.

The coming-of-age series, set in suburban New Jersey in the mid-’80s, follows college student David Myers (Craig Roberts), working the summer as an assistant tennis pro at the Red Oaks Country Club, during the last hurrah before his adult life begins. Paul Reiser (“Mad About You”) and Jennifer Grey (“Dirty Dancing”) also star.

Socha will continue her role as Skye in the series.

Soderbergh, Gregory Jacobs, Joe Gangemi »

- Elizabeth Wagmeister

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Bloodline Trailer Washes Up

9 February 2015 3:43 PM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Though there have been a lot of eyes on Netflix’s returning shows such as House Of Cards and Orange Is The New Black, plus the offerings from Marvel including Daredevil and A.K.A. Jessica Jones, the streaming service also has another original series set to debut next month, with Kyle Chandler headlining family drama Bloodline. The full trailer for the series is online and demands your eyeballs’ attention below.Bloodline finds Chandler as John Rayburn, part of the wealthy, contemporary Rayburn family that owns property in the Florida Keys. All seems to be well among them until eldest son Danny (Ben Mendelsohn) returns home and starts to reveal some of the darker secrets the clan has kept buried for years. Soon the family is tearing itself apart as skeletons come rattling out of the closet.It’s perhaps not surprising that there’s drama afoot given that this comes from Glenn Kessler, »

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Netflix Releases Trailer For Its Dark Family Drama ‘Bloodline’

9 February 2015 12:11 PM, PST | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

Netflix wants to get subscribers excited for one of its upcoming original series. The streaming service has dropped the trailer and poster for the family drama Bloodline.

The Bloodline trailer begins by introducing viewers to Florida’s well-respected Rayburn family, currently celebrating the 45th anniversary of the parents’ hotel. But the images get less cheerful when the shunned, oldest brother Danny (played by Ben Mendelsohn) shows up and starts dredging up hidden family secrets. The trailer ends with the foreboding words featured on the Bloodline poster: “We’re not bad people, but we did a bad thing.”

Bloodline was announced back in October 2014, and six images from the series were released a month later. The Netflix original series is the brainchild of Todd A. Kessler, Glenn Kessler, and Daniel Zelman, the creators of FX’s Emmy-winning show Damages. Bloodline stars Kyle Chandler, Sissy Spacek, Linda Cardellini, Sam Shepard, Norbert Leo Butz, »

- Bree Brouwer

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Netflix’s First Bloodline Trailer Introduces Us to the Dark, Dysfunctional Rayburn Family

9 February 2015 11:27 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

“We’re not bad people,” promises Kyle Chandler’s John Rayburn at the end of the first full trailer for Netflix’s new drama, Bloodline, “but we did a bad thing.” And since that sentence appears to be the dark and ominous slogan for the series, I’m guessing John is going to be a much different and, potentially, a much dangerous character than Coach Eric Taylor in Friday Night Lights. Although Chandler is the headlining star, the cast of Bloodline features many familiar names and faces, including Ben Mendelsohn (The Dark Knight Rises), Linda Cardellini (Freaks and GeeksMad Men), Sam Shepard (The Right Stuff), Sissy Spacek (Carrie), Norbert Leo Butz (Dan in Real Life), Jamie McShane (Sons of Anarchy), Jacinda Barrett (Suits) and Enrique Murciano (Without a Trace). The series was created and is executive produced by Todd A. Kessler, Daniel Zelman, and Glenn Kessler (Damages) and takes place in the Florida Keys, »

- Chris King

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Kyle Chandler 'Lights' Up the Small Screen Again in Netflix Thriller Bloodline (Video)

9 February 2015 10:00 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Netflix's latest series may be set at a sun-drenched resort, but it sure does look dark. Kyle Chandler stars as John Rayburn, who is a detective with the Monroe County Sheriff's office in the Florida Keys when his older brother Danny (Ben Mendelsohn) returns and throws the Rayburns' lives into disarray. "Sometimes you know something's coming," John says over the increasingly uneasy trailer. "You feel it in the air. You don't sleep at night. The voice in your head's telling you that something's going to go terribly wrong, and there's nothing you can do to stop it." For his part, »

- Lanford Beard, @lanfordbeard

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Marcia Gay Harden on ‘Htgawm’: ‘Arguing Is in My Blood’

5 February 2015 6:55 AM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Annalise Keating’s (Violas Davis) world in ABC’s hit series, How to Get Away With Murder, just got a lot more complicated with the arrival of Hannah Keating, her late husband’s sister played by Marcia Gay Harden.

Their 20-year history is complicated, to say the least. “They’ve never gotten along, they’ve always butted heads,” Harden tells ETonline. “It’s about -- for Hannah, I should say -- Annalise's initial breaking of the moral code, breaking up a marriage.”

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The Oscar-winning actress, who was only seen briefly at the end of the winter premiere, made a clear impression on fans. As one of TV’s go-to actors for guest arcs, Harden knows how to make the most of her screen time -- even opposite Davis, fellow Oscar winner and recent Golden Globe honoree.

In fact, Harden promises that the impending showdown between Hannah and Annalise will be »

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Watch An Exclusive Clip From True Event Horror Foreclosure; Hits VOD Today!

3 February 2015 5:17 PM, PST | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Last month we brought you the news that Virgil Films’ upcoming Unsolved Mysteries-esque Foreclosure was hitting VOD today, and then to DVD next week on February 10th. If that’s your sort of thing then you’re in luck, because we’ve been provided with an exclusive clip of the horror starring Michael Imperioli and Breaking Bad‘s David Costabile.

Watch below!

Synopsis:

Bill Landopolous (Michael Imperioli of The Sopranos and Goodfellas), his son Steven (Spencer List, Black Dog, Red Dog) and his father-in-law Ray (Bill Raymond, Damages, Michael Clayton) move into the Queens, New York, home of their recently deceased relative Cal, who took his own life. The three hope to put their cares behind them and start afresh. But things get off to a shaky start when a local police officer (Matt Servitto, The Sopranos) points out all the numerous foreclosures, bank-owned properties and short sales that »

- Justin Edwards

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12 Monkeys Review – TV Syfy

31 January 2015 9:38 AM, PST | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

Syfy is no stranger to taking risks, or making shows and movies with odd concepts, but basing a series on a cult-popular, 20-year-old, sci-fi film, which is itself loosely based on another film from the early ’60s, is… bold. 12 Monkeys is that bold effort, and apart from all the other problems inherent in such an beastt, there are a lot of fans you’re likely to irritate, and Syfy is already after a fair portion of the “rabid fan” demographic, just as a general rule.

In this spin on the tale, James Cole (Aaron Standford) travels back in time from a future that has been decimated by a plague. A clue from that future leads him to Dr. Cassandra Railly (Amanda Schull), who he needs to lead him to Leland Goines (Zeljko Ivanek). The theory being that, given the only information we have, killing Goines will prevent the plague from happening. »

- Marc Eastman

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Let's Help Make Twitter Great for Glenn Close

30 January 2015 12:10 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Hello to Glenn Close, the legendary thespian who just joined Twitter under the rightfully proud handle @TheGlennClose. We are awed and grateful for your presence, and not just because you did '80s hair better than any other human being. We really enjoyed what you did with that strange, underwritten role in "The Natural," we gagged on your cruel glamor in "Dangerous Liaisons," and we especially appreciated how you lit cable TV on fire with Patty Hewes' dictatorial grimace on "Damages." We regret that we will never see you in "Barnum." Thanks for always being kick-ass, and double-thanks for deigning to join Twitter. We will make it great for you! Here's who we recommend you follow, Glenn CloseMarcia Gay Harden Love these old stone walls in NY upstate. Property dividers of past. pic.twitter.com/W5xnPkCyyT — Marcia Gay Harden (@Beloving2) December 22, 2014 What a fabulous "Damages" guest star, am I right, »

- Louis Virtel

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2015: the year Netflix got serious

29 January 2015 3:03 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Between Marvel, sitcoms, and returning favourites, Netflix is producing more and more original content, here's what we can expect in 2015...

Not happy with being the undisputable king of subscription streaming TV and films, Netflix has spent the last few years finding its footing in creating original content. It's enjoyed some big hits with the likes of House Of Cards and Orange Is The New Black, but has also produced some less well-received properties such as Hemlock Grove and Arrested Development’s resurrection.

Marco Polo, the service's big budget drama following Mongolian leader Kublai Khan, was a sizeable risk for the network and one that didn't exactly lit the critical world alight (though a second season may well help with the teething problems).

Looking ahead, it seems that we’ll be seeing a new face of Netflix before the year is out. Netflix has more upcoming projects than ever before and »

- louisamellor

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Australian Academy Awards Shared by ‘Water Diviner’ and ‘The Babadook’

29 January 2015 2:26 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The top film prize at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts was shared by “The Water Diviner” and “The Babadook.”

Both films were by first time feature directors, Russell Crowe and Jennifer Kent, respectively.

Kent also claimed the Aacta award for best direction.

David Gulpilil’s performance in “Charlie’s Country” saw him awarded Best Lead Actor. “Predestination” star Sarah Snook was awarded Best Lead Actress. Susan Prior’s performance in “The Rover” earned her Best Supporting Actress prize and Yilmaz Erdogan was awarded Best Supporting Actor for his role in “the Water Diviner.”

The Railway Man was awarded for Best Adapted Screenplay, while “The Lego Movie,” shunned at the Oscars, took home the Aacta Award for Best Visual Effects or Animation.

The Aacta Award for Best Feature Length Documentary went to “Ukraine Is Not a Brothel.”

Further individual prizes went to: Rose Byrne, who collected the Trailblazer »

- Patrick Frater

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Aacta awards 2015 – as they happened

29 January 2015 2:11 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The Water Diviner and The Babadook share top film honours and ABC’s The Code is the biggest TV winner. All the red carpet glitz, gossip and gongs from Sydney

Water Diviner and Babadook tie, but at least they’re AussieAactas red carpet: the stars arrive – in pictures

8.58pm Aest

The big winners? The Water Diviner and The Babadook for film, and The Code for its multiple awards in the telly categories.

Plenty more to celebrate and debate in the coming days. We’ll be back on Friday with the best quotes and pictures. Not to mention our weekly film column that sees Luke Buckmaster re-watching the cult classics of Australian cinema, week in week out, for your reading/viewing pleasure.

8.39pm Aest

And, breathe, we’re almost there. Cate and Debs are back on stage to lead into the final and biggest gong of the night: the award for »

- Nancy Groves and Alexandra Spring in Sydney

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