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The Punisher Netflix Series: Does It Hit the Target? (Spoilers)

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The latest Marvel-based Netflix series came out this week, continuing the adventures of gun-toting vigilante Frank Castle, Aka the Punisher. The character was popular when he appeared in Daredevil. Does the Punisher fare as well in his own series? (Spoilers below.)

The Punisher is the sixth Marvel Netflix series (Following Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and the Defenders) and it’s probably the most controversial, since it deals not only with Ptsd and the treatment of war veterans, it also touches on the gun control debate. Beyond all that, this is an action shoot-em-up. It’s surprisingly dark and violent for a Marvel comics adaptation, but the Netflix shows are quite different from what you’ll see in Thor: Ragnarok.

The Punisher is once again seeking answers to day of the shooting that led to the death of his family. This was dealt with in Daredevil season 2, but it’s expanded upon here,
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Why 'This Is Us' Star Jon Huertas Is Making It His Personal Mission to End Homelessness (Exclusive)

Why 'This Is Us' Star Jon Huertas Is Making It His Personal Mission to End Homelessness (Exclusive)
This Is Us star Jon Huertas is making it his mission to end homelessness.

The actor, who plays Miguel on NBC’s hit sophomore drama, has been a passionate supporter of the cause, due in part to his own personal experience. Though Huertas has been a successful working actor for the past two decades, he pointed to a trying time in his past when he found himself living without a roof over his head.

“I, at one point, for about two weeks, was in my truck with two dogs and all my stuff in the back of my pickup truck covered in a tarp. I didn’t have a roof and I didn’t know how soon I was going to get one and all it took was me reaching out to people I know who care to get me into a different situation. That’s kind of what we have to do as a society, as a community
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Take Two: ABC Orders Series Starring Eddie Cibrian and Rachel Bilson

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While Castle was cancelled after eight seasons, the Alphabet Network hasn't cut ties with creator Andrew W. Marlowe. ABC has ordered his Take Two TV show straight to series. The "light crime procedural" will reportedly star Hart of Dixie's Rachel Bilson as well as Eddie Cibrian, late of the cancelled Fox TV series, Rosewood. Marlowe created Take Two with his wife, Terri Edda Miller, who was also an Ep on Castle. The new series is an ABC Studios co-production with StudioCanal's Tandem Productions. Marlowe and Miller are executive producing with Rola Bauer and Tim Halkin. Read More…
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ABC Gives Series Order to Drama ‘Take Two’ Starring Rachel Bilson, Eddie Cibrian

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ABC has given a straight-to-series order to the procedural “Take Two” from “Castle” co-creators Terri Edda Miller and Andrew W. Marlow. Starring Rachel Bilson and Eddie Cibrian, the drama follows a washed-up actress and former star of a hit police drama (Bilson) who, fresh out of rehab, teams up with a private investigator (Cibrian) as research for her comeback role. “Andrew and Terri are wonderful storytellers and this is the perfect project for their return to ABC,” ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey said in a statement. “We’re excited to see Rachel and Eddie bring these characters to life.” Also Read: ABC's 'Tgit' Lineup.
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Castle Creators Return to ABC for a Very Castle-Like Cop Procedural

Castle co-creators Andrew Marlowe and Terri Edda are launching a new show for ABC and it sounds oddly familiar. The husband-wife duo received a straight-to-series order for Take Two, their new cop procedural starring Rachel Bilson and Eddie Cibrian, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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‘Take Two’ Procedural From ‘Castle’ Creator Starring Eddie Cibrian & Rachel Bilson Gets Straight-To-Series ABC Order

ABC has re-teamed with Castle creator Andrew W. Marlowe for another light crime procedural with a male and female leads to be played by former Hart of Dixie star Rachel Bilson and CSI: Miami alum Eddie Cibrian. The network has given a straight-to-series order to Take Two, created by Marlowe and his wife, former Castle executive producer Terri Edda Miller, which is being done as an international co-production between ABC Studios and StudioCanal’s Tandem Prods. In addition…
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Castle Creators Back at ABC With New, Light Detective Procedural Take Two; Rachel Bilson, Eddie Cibrian to Star

Castle Creators Back at ABC With New, Light Detective Procedural Take Two; Rachel Bilson, Eddie Cibrian to Star
The spirit of Castle will loom large on ABC next season.

On the heels of news that Nathan Fillion will return to his old Alphabet Network stomping ground as the star of the cop dramedy The Rookie, ABC has announced that it has placed a straight-to-series for a new procedural from Castle creators Terri Edda Miller and Andrew W. Marlowe. Titled Take Two, the dramedy — which Miller and Marlowe have been developing for nearly two years — stars The O.C.‘s Rachel Bilson and CSI: Miami’s Eddie Cibrian as unlikely P.I. partners.

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Rachel Bilson, Eddie Cibrian to Star in ABC Straight-to-Series Procedural From 'Castle' Creators

ABC is looking to the creators of Castle to deliver another procedural hit.

The Disney-owned network, following a lengthy casting search, has handed out a straight-to-series order for Take Two, a procedural starring Rachel Bilson and Eddie Cibrian from Castle creators Andrew Marlowe and his producing partner (and wife), Terri Edda Miller.

The drama hails from Tandem Productions, StudioCanal and ABC Studios in what is said to be a groundbreaking co-production structure. The series has been prepackaged with worldwide rights and will air on ABC in the U.S., Rtl/Vox in Germany and France Television in France. StudioCanal will serve as...
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Rachel Bilson, Eddie Cibrian to Star in ABC Straight-to-Series Procedural From 'Castle' Creators

ABC is looking to the creators of Castle to deliver another procedural hit.

The Disney-owned network, following a lengthy casting search, has handed out a straight-to-series order for Take Two, a procedural starring Rachel Bilson and Eddie Cibrian from Castle creators Andrew Marlowe and his producing partner (and wife), Terri Edda Miller.

The drama hails from Tandem Productions, StudioCanal and ABC Studios in what is said to be a groundbreaking co-production structure. The series has been prepackaged with worldwide rights and will air on ABC in the U.S., Rtl/Vox in Germany and France Television in France. StudioCanal will serve as...
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Stana Katic’s New Show Absentia Has a Us Home – It’s Amazon!

Fans of Stana Katic – and of great foreign television in general – have been waiting for months to learn where the Us home for Absentia was going to be. Well, the wait is over! Katic’s new show Absentia has a Us home – Amazon! It really has been a bit of wait. News of the show was first announced last fall. It garnered immediate excitement. Fans of ABC’s Castle were happy to know Katic would be on a new series. Critics were intrigued by the show’s team. Absentia Has a Us Home – the Road to Amazon Absentia is produced by Tel Aviv based Masha

Stana Katic’s New Show Absentia Has a Us Home – It’s Amazon!
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Absentia: Amazon Picks Up Stana Katic (Castle) Thriller Series

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Stana Katic is headed to Amazon. Recently, the streaming service announced they've picked up the Castle star's new TV show, Absentia.The thriller centers on Emily Byrne (Katic), an FBI agent who returns years after going missing while tracking down a serial killer. The cast also includes Patrick Heusinger, Cara Theobold, Neil Jackson, Angel Bonanni, Richard Brake, and Ralph Ineson.Read More…
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Stana Katic-Led FBI Agent Drama Series “Absentia” Headed to Amazon

Katic in “Absentia

You’ll soon be able to stream “Absentia” via Amazon Prime. Having been originally released on Sony’s Axn channels earlier this fall, the thriller drama series starring “Castle” alumna Stana Katic will debut on Prime sometime in 2018, Deadline confirms. The streamer will also host “Absentia” in various international markets like the UK, Australia, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Austria, Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, and Turkey.

The show revolves around Katic’s character, FBI agent Emily Byrne. “While hunting one of Boston’s most notorious serial killers, Agent Byrne disappears without a trace and is declared dead,” Deadline summarizes. “Six years later, Emily is found in a cabin in the woods, barely alive, and with no memory of the years she was missing. Returning home to learn her husband (Patrick Heusinger, ‘Casual’) has remarried and her son is being raised by another woman, she soon finds herself implicated
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Stana Katic Drama 'Absentia' Acquired by Amazon

Castle grad Stana Katic is headed to Amazon.

The retail and streaming giant has landed the U.S. rights to her new drama, Absentia. The 10-episode first season is set to premiere stateside sometime in 2018.

In addition to the U.S., Amazon will distribute the drama in Australia, Austria, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, Turkey and the U.K. The drama will be available in other territories after its linear broadcast debut.

Absentia stars Katic as Emily Byrne, an FBI agent who disappears without a trace and is declared dead while hunting one of Boston's most notorious serial killers. Six years...
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Stana Katic's Absentia Thriller Finally Finds U.S. Home on Amazon

Stana Katic's Absentia Thriller Finally Finds U.S. Home on Amazon
Stana Katic’s Castle follow-up has finally found a U.S. home.

Amazon has acquired the rights to Absentia, the streamer announced on Wednesday. The 10-episode thriller is slated to premiere sometime in 2018, with all 10 episodes being released at once.

In addition, Amazon will also stream the series for Australia, Austria, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, Turkey and the U.K.

Absentia has been available to more than 15 other countries, Spain and Russia included, since as long ago as Sept. 25.

Created by Gaia Violo and Matt Cirulnick, Absentia centers on Emily Byrne (played by Katic), an FBI agent who,
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Stana Katic’s Thriller Drama Series ‘Absentia’ Picked Up By Amazon

Exclusive: Amazon has acquired Sony Pictures Television Networks' crime thriller drama Absentia toplined by former Castle star Stana Katic in her return to television. Prime Video will be the exclusive U.S. home to the series, slated for a 2018 premiere. Amazon also will carry Absentia in several international markets, including the U.K., Australia, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Austria, Netherlands, Singapore and South Korea, and Turkey. The series will also be…
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Doc NYC 2017: 13 Films We Can’t Wait to See At the Festival, From ‘EuroTrump’ to ‘David Bowie: The Last Five Years’

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Doc NYC 2017: 13 Films We Can’t Wait to See At the Festival, From ‘EuroTrump’ to ‘David Bowie: The Last Five Years’
New York City’s annual Doc NYC festival kicks off this week, including a full-to-bursting slate of some of this year’s most remarkable documentaries. If you’ve been looking to beef up on your documentary consumption, Doc NYC is the perfect chance to check out a wide variety of some of the year’s best fact-based features. Ahead, we pick out 14 of our most anticipated films from the fest, including some awards contenders, a handful of buzzy debuts, and a number of festival favorites. Take a look and start filling up your schedule now.

Doc NYC runs November 9 – 16 in New York City.

EuroTrump

Donald Trump may seem like a sui generis figure, a one-of-a-kind monster who was forged in a perfect storm of racism, tweets, and chaos, but history suggests that he’s really just a new breed of an old type. You don’t even have to look
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Outlander Recap: Time-Traveler's Remorse — Plus, Guess Who's Back?

Outlander Recap: Time-Traveler's Remorse — Plus, Guess Who's Back?
Need to catch up? Check out the previous Outlander recap here.

Where is an ill-wish when you need it?

Yep, this week’s Outlander finally introduces us to the wife that Jamie’s been keeping from Claire… and it’s Laoghaire. If you by some chance are just dropping back into this series after a while (aka if the mention of that name doesn’t instantly invoke a burning rage), she was the young woman at Castle Leoch who had such a huge crush on Jamie, she nearly sent Claire to the stake for witchcraft.

Long story short: She’s
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How to Get Away With Murder Recap: And How Does That Make You Feel?

How to Get Away With Murder Recap: And How Does That Make You Feel?
The first rule of Fight Club: You do not talk about Fight Club.

The first rule of watching How to Get Away With Murder: You do not assume that any characters are emotionally stable, clear-headed and/or leading healthy lifestyles.

Whether it’s a central character like Laurel Castillo, or a tertiary character like Sam Keating’s little-seen sister Hannah, the ABC drama has reminded its viewers time and again that everyone on this show is working through some serious emotional baggage. So, the events of Thursday’s episode — in which we learned that Annalise’s stoic, even-handed
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Um, So Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Might Actually Be Related

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Um, So Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Might Actually Be Related
Prince Harry is a British royal and Meghan Markle is an actress, but it seems the couple have more in common than we thought. According to a recent genealogical investigation by The Mail on Sunday, Harry and Meghan are cousins. Ok, distant cousins, but cousins nonetheless. Meghan and Harry are reportedly related through a late 15th century ancestor of the queen mother, High Sheriff of County Durham Ralph Bowes, who is connected to Meghan's father, Thomas Markle. Ralph's family was a part of England's Streatlam Castle, and his grandson Christopher Hussey moved to America in 1632 and helped discover Nantucket, Ma. His line of the family eventually produced Meghan. RelatedWhat We Will - and Won't - See at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Now onto Harry. Ralph's great-grandson Sir George Bowes became a member of parliament during Charles II's reign, and centuries later, the direct line to the
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