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TVLine has learned that the onetime resident of TV’s Eureka and Eastwick has landed the recurring role of Laura Kell, a premiere attorney in the public defender’s office who finds herself assigned to a suspected serial killer fingered by Los Angeles police detective Harry Bosch (played by Lost‘s Titus Welliver).
What we’re gonna do is go back — waaay back — for this week’s TVLine Mixtape.
What follows are some excellent songs from TV episodes past, complete with artist and album information in case you want to add them to your permanent collection.
We chose tunes that stuck in our memories, but we know you’ve got favorites, too. So check out our TVLine Mixtape playlist — Throwback Edition — and then hit the comments with your favorite TV jams from yesteryear! And remember: You can always submit questions or suggestions re: TV music on Twitter @NiveaSerrao.
Series And Episode | Greek, “Friday »
The What?: It’s a column on Star Wars news and rumors and therefore contains Spoilers and Speculation. If you’re not into those things, well, you're rookie status is showing.
This Week: The pieces have begun to come together and now I’m feeling a little bit better about the Expanded Universe getting the big boot before Star Wars: Rebels and Episode VII.
Hello LucasFilm Story Group!
Do you remember that scene in Hook where all the lost boys are on Rufio's side until a little kid (Pockets? Patches?) stretches his face out to get rid of the wrinkles and he says "Oh There you are, Peter?"
That just happened with me and Star Wars: "Oh There you are, post-Avengers MegaFranchise."
ABC’s Once Upon a Time is opening Season 4 with an 11-episode arc that introduces several characters from Disney’s Frozen, an animated blockbuster that most every rugrat has seen, like, seven times by now.
Including young Henry…?
Related Once Upon a Time Season 4 Scoop on The Knave, Emma’s New Home
While Emma and Regina’s son for three seasons has watched characters from his storybook come to life (for better or worse), is he now about to drop his popcorn upon spying Queen Elsa of Arendelle (played by Fringe‘s Georgina Haig) leap from the big screen into Storybrooke? »
Orange Is the New Black is expected to return next year. »
- Natalie Abrams
This time next week horror fans from around the world will be swarming on London as this years Film4 Frightfest kicks off in Leicester Square. And just one of the many awesome titles on offer is the UK premiere of 'You're Next' director Adam Wingard's latest thriller 'The Guest'. Starring Dan Stevens ('Downton Abbey') the movie described as a 'slick, fast, fun, killer thriller' will be one of the first featured entries at Frightfest 2014 set to screen on Thursday 21 August at 6:20pm. Wingard once more teams up with 'You're Next' scribe Simon Barrett and the flick will hit UK cinemas wide on 5 September. 'The Guest' also stars Maika Monroe ('The Bling Ring'), Sheila Kelley ('Matchstick Men'), Leland Orser ('Taken'), Lance Reddick ('The Wire', 'Fringe') and Brendan Meyer. Check out the trailer below »
“Is it possible to love someone so completely they simply can’t die?” Such optimistic, doe-eyed sentimentality is just a taste of the treacly emotional core of Winter’s Tale. At least, it’s a taste of the schmaltzy script penned by Akiva Goldsman (who also takes a rare turn directing the film), a screenwriter better known for his much finer work on A Beautiful Mind and Fringe (to name a couple). No stranger to filmic adaptations (he’s adapted novels by John Grisham and Dan Brown), it seems that he really missed the mark with this adaptation of Mark Helprin’s beloved and lauded novel (but then, condensing an 800-page novel into a two-hour movie would require far more magic than that steeped in the world of Winter’s Tale).
- John Keith
The acting world has expressed shock and sadness at the death of legendary star Robin Williams.
The actor and comedian was found dead in his Tiburon, CA home on Monday (August 11) following a suspected suicide.
His wife Susan Schneider said in a statement: "I am utterly heartbroken. On behalf of Robin's family, we are asking for privacy during our time of profound grief.
"As he is remembered, it is our hope the focus will not be on Robin's death, but on the countless moments of joy and laughter he gave to millions."
Here are some of the first remembrances from the acting world to hit the web:
I could not be more stunned by the loss of Robin Williams, mensch, great talent, acting partner, genuine soul.
— Steve Martin (@SteveMartinToGo) August 11, 2014
We mourn the loss of our friend Robin Williams, who always made us laugh and smile. pic.twitter.com/UOY »
Robin Williams was found dead in California today (Aug. 11) at the age 63. Friends, entertainers, the rest of Hollywood and beyond have take to Twitter to celebrate the comedian's life, to grieve, and to react to his unexpected death. Steven Spielberg's public statement: “Robin was a lightning storm of comic genius and our laughter was the thunder that sustained him. He was a pal and I can’t believe he’s gone.” Garry Marshall's public statement: “Robin was hands-down a comedy genius and one of the most talented performers I have ever worked with in television or film. To lose him so young at the age of 63 is just a tragedy. I will forever be in awe of his timing, his talent and his pure and golden creativity… He was my friend and it is rare that you ever have a friend that is also a genius.” Bob Iger, »
- HitFix Staff
Showtime has decided to bring Homeland back with a double-episode salvo.
The first two episodes of Season 4 — which is being filmed entirely on location in South Africa, and finds Carrie Mathison assigned to one of the most volatile and dangerous CIA stations in the Middle East — will air back-to-back on Sunday, Oct. 5, starting at 9/8c.
Hoping to have amped up the Homeland buzz by that measure, Showtime has in turn moved up the series premiere for The Affair — a twisty relationship drama starring Dominic West (The Wire), Ruth Wilson »
The event, touted as the first campaign of its kind in U.S. cinemas, ran Aug. 8-10 at the Regal Union Square movie theater in Manhattan. Select patrons were pulled aside, and using a green screen and near real-time editing were then inserted into the “Legends” trailer, which ran in ad-network Ncm’s FirstLook preshow program in the movies they were going to see.
The promotion ran in PG-13 and R-rated movies over the weekend at the theater from about 3:30 p.m. onward. TNT and Ncm picked the Union Square theater because it’s a high-traffic location — an estimated 20,000 people saw the “virtual extras” trailers — and was showing big summer movies including “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and “Guardians of the Galaxy. »
- Todd Spangler
Since its June premiere, Girl Meets World has ranked as TV’s No. 1 series among Kids 2-11, Kids 6-11 and Tweens 9-14.
Related Phineas and Ferb Will Get Lost
“The series swiftly became a favorite of kids and their parents, many of whom grew up with Boy Meets World,” Disney Channels Worldwide original programming Evp Adam Bonnett said in a statement. “We’re looking forward to watching Riley Matthews and Maya Hart make the world their own, »
It’s bananas how much new casting there is to report for 12 Monkeys.
Video Syfy’s 12 Monkeys Trailer
TVLine has learned exclusively that a quartet of actors have landed recurring roles on the Syfy drama, which is inspired by the 1995 feature film and stars Aaron Stanford (Nikita) and Amanda Schull (Suits) as a man sent from the future to stop a plague and the current-day scientist who helps him in that endeavor.
The Cast Inside the Strain is joined by very special guest Drew Nelson this week for a fantastic interview before we jump in and review Sunday’s action packed episode, It’s Not For Everyone!
Nelson is a hot up and comer who has guest starred in Suits, Supernatural, Smallville and Fringe, but fans of The Strain know him as none other than Kelly Goodweather’s romantic interest, Matt Sayles. We talk to Drew about his history with the role, the juicy on-set stories, and his favorite part about working with Del Toro and Corey Stoll. This is one interview you won’t want to miss!
Later on, we dive into this week’s episode of The Strain, where things really take off as Eph and company finally get their shot at the gross-out autopsy of the year. We also take a closer look at the insides of one of »
- Caleb Masters
Fox’s Sleepy Hollow was one of last year’s few success stories on TV, earning a season 2 only three episodes into its run. Now the series is set to return in just a few months with at least 15 new episodes (as producers prepare for up to 18) and what the cast and crew tease is an ‘explosive’ season premiere.
One thing fans are no doubt waiting to see is the reunion of Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and Lt. Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie). In the finale, the two Witnesses were unjustly separated by the forces of evil, with Abbie stuck in purgatory after trading places with Ichabod’s wife Katrina (Katia Winter) and Ichabod buried alive by the Horseman of War (otherwise known as his son, Jeremy, played by Fringe‘s John Noble).
Katrina herself was later taken by the Horseman of Death (better known as Headless or, in his human form, »
- Araceli Roach
Recently, the Once Upon A Time season 4 folks served up this new "first look" photo at Frozen's Elsa and Kristoff the ice merchant in action at last weekend's 2014 Comic-Con event in San Diego,CA. As previously reported, Elsa is being portrayed by former Fringe actress, Georgina Haig and actor, Scott Michael Foster, will play Kristoff, The Frozen storyline will start up sometime after where the animated movie left off with Elsa's kid sister Anna, played by newcomer actress Elizabeth Lail, heading off for her wedding to Kristoff. They showed a small teaser clip at the event, which featured the two sisters meeting at their parents’ gravestones, where Elsa reveals that she has a wedding “surprise” in store for Anna. Season 4 is set to debut on Sunday night, September 28th at 7pm central time on ABC. »
ABC just released the first official photos of the characters from "Frozen" making their "Once Upon a Time" debut -- and it's clear they did a Great job with both casting and wardrobe.With her sparkly blue gown, sideswept braid and fair features, "Fringe" alum Georgina Haig is the spitting image of Elsa, while "Greek" star Scott Michael Foster looks like a clean-cut Kristoff. What's with that short hair?!Both of their costumes look pretty spot-on though, as the two are seen sharing the screen in the gallery above. But where's Anna?! While Elizabeth Lail's character is nowhere to be seen just yet, reindeer Sven made the cut ... though he doesn't look quite as vibrant as his animated alter-ego.So far, no details on how the "Frozen" characters will interact with the residents of Storybrooke, but a Comic-Con preview for the show teased Anna and Kristoff's wedding.We'll find out »
- tooFab Staff
Alex Kurtzman was recently announced as the director of The Mummy reboot, which will be the first in a Universal Pictures cinematic monster universe, in the same way Iron Man launched the Marvel cinematic universe. Kurtzman is a brilliant choice to direct and has been involved with lots of acclaimed TV and movies, notably Star Trek, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Star Trek Into Darkness, Fringe, Sleepy Hollow, and Alias. His knack for great episodic and cinematic storytelling is exactly what's needed for the movie that will kickstart a whole universe of films.
Universal is also pushing its release date back to June 26, 2016. My guess is that Universal and Kurtzman want enough time to properly develop the movie and map out the cinematic universe.
I've heard rumors that Universal Pictures cinematic monster universe will be set in modern day, a rumor I hope is not true. Maybe it's my limited vision for these characters, »
- Free Reyes
Once Upon a Time has unveiled the first photos of Frozen's Elsa and Kristoff.
The ABC fantasy series will introduce characters from the Disney animation during its fourth season premiere 'A Tale of Two Sisters'.
Earlier this week, Tyler Jacob Moore was cast as Prince Hans, who faked a romance with Anna in order to gain power in the Disney film.
Newcomer Elizabeth Lail will appear as Anna, while John Rhys-Davies has been cast as Pabbie the Troll King.
Once Upon a Time will return to ABC on Sunday, »
The first official photos of Once Upon a Time's version of Elsa and Kristoff have arrived!
First appearing in the Season 4 premiere "A Tale of Two Sisters," Georgina Haig (Fringe) stars as Frozen's Elsa, whose side braid is everything we've ever wanted in a braid. Greek and Chasing Life star Scott Michael Foster looks pretty charming as Kristoff, too!
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- Kaitlin Thomas
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