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You may never look at your pet pooch the same way again after watching CBS’ upcoming event series, Zoo (premiering June 30).
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Based on James Patterson’s book of the same name, the drama chronicles what happens when “the animals decide… they’ve had enough,” explains executive producer Jeff Pinkner, “[and] it’s time to fight back.”
Despite the scary nature of the premise, fellow Ep Scott Rosenberg insists, “Nobody wants to create an environment where [viewers] are anti-animal.” That said, “We want the whole world to fear their Schnauzer,” he adds. »
If you’ve been a devoted watcher of Under the Dome‘s past two seasons, you may have experienced any of the following side effects: confusion at unanswered questions, frustration at new storylines and a lingering feeling of skepticism.
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“We will tell you why the dome came down and what it’s about,” Baer promised at a CBS summer press event on Monday. »
NBC’s Grimm closed Season 4 on Friday night with 4.7 million total viewers and a 1.1 demo rating, ticking up week-to-week but down 11 percent and two tenths from its previous finale.
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Over on CBS, the latest Amazing Race ended with 5.7 mil and a 1.0, dipping a tenth week-to-week and down from both its previous Friday finale (6.6 mil/1.3) and its year-ago finish (8.2 mil/1.8, on a Sunday). The Eye’s Acm special averaged 5 mil and a 0.7 from 9 to 11 pm.
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s season finale of Elementary.
Where’s the nearest meeting? Because we’re the ones who need some support after Thursday night’s season finale of Elementary.
The hour went down a dark path as Sherlock was forced to work with his former drug dealer in order to rescue his friend Alfredo. Eventually, the P.I. succumbed to his nature and broke his sobriety.
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While it’s a sad turn of events for all involved, the plot twist does »
Avinoam and Hogarth produced coming-out drama “Fourth Man Out,” starring Chord Overstreet (“Glee”), Jon Gabrus, Parker Young and Evan Todd. They are shopping that title, which has been selected to premiere at the Seattle Intl. Film Festival, at Cannes.
They’ve also teamed on “Ask Me Anything,” starring Britt Robertson, Justin Long, Christian Slater and Martin Sheen, which was distributed by eOne Films in the U.S., and the documentary “Fat to Finish Line.”
Moving Pictures is focused on developing and producing international independent pictures with moderate budgets, with the goals of discovering new talent and creating socially relevant dramas and documentaries.
“We’re so honored to have worked with several talented young directors and actors, and we are very excited to launch our company and continue »
- Dave McNary
Hyvon Ngetich, a marathon runner from Kenya, collapsed while running the Austin Marathon in Texas Sunday, but willed her way across the finish line on her hands and knees. Hyvon Ngetich Crawls To Finish Line Ngetich’s body gave out on her with two-tenths of a mile left in the 26.2 mile race while she was […]
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- Chelsea Regan
6 items from 2015
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