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Executive-produced by Kyra Sedgwick, the drama stars Jennifer Beals as Dr. Kathryn Russo, a brilliant surgeon who begins investigating supernatural phenomena including resurrections, out-of-body experiences, and hauntings. In her personal life, Russo is grappling with the loss of her teenage son and trying to salvage her strained relationship with her daughter.
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- Natalie Abrams
The Normal Heart, based on the 1985 play of the same name by Larry Kramer, follows the rise of HIV-AIDs in the 1980s through the eyes of activist Ned Weeks (Mark Ruffalo). The film also stars White Collar’s Matt Bomer, The Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons, Julia Roberts, Jonathan Groff, Taylor Kitsch and Alfred Molina.
The film also sees director Ryan Murphy’s return to film (because we all remember how amazing Eat, Pray, Love was eh?) Kramer also adapted the screenplay. It is expected to air May 25th on HBO, but if you can’t wait that long, check out the trailer below:
The post HBO Release Teaser Trailer For ‘The Normal Heart’ appeared first on The Hollywood News. »
- Lucy Cave
A group of crack Sas officers have to capture a multi-storey car one floor at a time when a terrorist gang - led by the psychotic Holt (Simon Phillips) - capture the Prime Minister's daughter. They've rigged the car park with explosives and it's up to Sas leader Christopher Lowe (Tom Benedict Knight) to work out a way of getting to them. Action from Paul Tanter, geezer director of White Collar Hooligan. »
You know how it is - you're trying to plan your telly watching for the coming weeks but the upcoming schedules have more holes than a doughnut factory.
When will The Americans be returning to ITV?
Soon, comrade! Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell are back to remind us of a time when Russia was really scary, as opposed to just quite scary in season two of The Americans on Saturday, March 15 at 9.20pm.
In the premiere, our favourite Kgb agents in disguise get the jitters after their son Henry's 'birthday weekend' turns into a mission that leaves a few people dead. And to think, we declared our last birthday a disaster just because we were given the wrong colour iPhone 5c. »
USA Network has dominated the cable ratings landscape over the past several years — recently finishing as the No. 1 cable network in total viewers for an eighth consecutive year. This was primarily accomplished through the strength of its very popular drama series, including White Collar, Covert Affairs, Suits and the recently ended Burn Notice. But USA Network’s new foray into half-hour, original scripted comedy series looks like it will continue to wow viewers. The first of USA’s comedy projects out of the block is Sirens, a hilarious new series created and executive-produced by Denis Leary and Bob Fisher. Like … Continue reading →
The post Talking with the cast of USA’s hilarious new “Sirens” appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Jeff Pfeiffer
You might remember Murray Bartlett guest-starring on Sex and the City. He had a pretty substantial role as Carrie’s “new gay friend” Oliver, who infamously laid out the international gay rules for her over brunch. But he didn’t have the perfect porn ‘stache that’s become his character Dom's signature on HBO’s Looking. (Fyi, pre-facial-hair, the 42-year-old Australian actor had also been on Damages, White Collar, and was a series regular on Guiding Light.) Unfortunately, when Dom tried to cap off his 40th birthday in Sunday’s episode by planting a kiss on his once-interested business mentor, Lynn (played by Scott Bakula), both he and his mustache were rebuffed. You waited too long, Dom! Vulture caught up with Bartlett to talk about the popularity of his facial hair, working with Bakula, and how his own 40th birthday went down.People are obsessed with Dom’s mustache.It »
- Denise Martin
The Image Awards pay tribute to the best in film, TV, writing, music and literature. Take a look at the full list of winners below.
Winners are in bold.
Entertainer of the Year
Outstanding Motion Picture
Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture
Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture
It takes hit Us series an average of 95 days to reach the UK, a new study suggests, and many are still calling for that gap to narrow.
But maybe we should just learn to be grateful when a show produced by our American cousins reaches these shores unedited and in a decent time-slot?
Not all Yank shows have been so lucky - here's a few poor unfortunates that were shunted from slot-to-slot, from channel-to-channel and (in some cases) dropped altogether.
It's a crime that a TV drama as masterful as Breaking Bad never found a home on UK television. Early episodes aired sporadically on 5Usa and FX - now Fox - but both channels eventually gave Walter White the old heave-ho.
Thank goodness then for Netflix, which - as the show's exclusive UK home - made episodes available to subscribers mere hours after Us transmission.
Angel was »
The casting for Fox’s Batman prequel series Gotham continues as Donal Logue has been picked to play Harvey Bullock, a detective on the Gotham police, one with a confusing history thank to all those continuity reboots at DC Comics.
The cast of Sharknado 2 has added a handful of actors including Vivica A. Fox, Judah Freidlander, Mark McGrath, Judd Hirsch (playing a cabbie, see what they did?), Kelly Osbourne and, uh, Andy Dick. In a few of those cases, I suspect the casting is the result of a “Which celebrity would you like to see eaten by a shark? (Yes, we already know about Tara Reid.)” survey.
Yes, there is a change. »
- Lyle Masaki
The network reportedly wants a mini-series wrap up (ala "The Big C") while the studio would prefer a full final season. Ratings remain solid for the series, but the show is becoming too expensive to produce. [Source: TV guide]
The story deals with the tempestuous relationship and twenty year marriage between Olivier and Leigh. A director has yet to be attached, while Tarquin Olivier will produce. [Source: Screen]
StarVista is set to finally release "The Wonder Years: The Complete Series" on DVD in the second half of 2014. The release has »
- Garth Franklin
USA is hoping its new comedy, “Sirens,” can take off without a pilot.
To be sure, the Denis Leary-produced laffer – the first original sitcom to run on the NBCUniversal cabler in years – will have a “first” episode that kicks off the series’ storyline. But to promote the program in the days leading up to its March 6 premiere, USA will use the third episode of “Sirens” as a sample of sorts, making it available on video on demand on various cable systems to as many as 50 million homes starting Thursday.
“You have to enable people to – on their own terms, on their own platforms –sample these shows,” said Alexandra Shapiro, USA’s exec veep of marketing. “This notion that you go out and make it and people will come to you is, I think, something of yesteryear.”
While several TV networks have previewed shows that have yet to launch available »
- Brian Steinberg
Deadline is reporting that the future of White Collar is in question. They feel that eventually a final sixth season or a miniseries to conclude the show will be worked out. The show has just gotten too expensive, and Matt Bomer is almost too busy. While they’ve been working on a deal, they’ve lost their writers and crew to other shows.
If you’re wearing any of this underwear on Valentine’s Day, you’re probably not getting laid.
Cosmo, ever the hard-hitting journalists, has put together a slide show of their favorite Olympic bulges. If I sound bitter, it’s mostly because I didn’t think of it first.
In Michael Sam news, The New Republic has put together a decent list of teams »
- Ed Kennedy
Four roles were cast for Fox’s Batman prequel series Gotham. Robin Lord Taylor will play Oswald Cobblepot, a lowlife who eventually becomes The Penguin. Zabryna Guevara was picked for Jim Gordon‘s boss Captain Essen (who may be inspired by Sarah Essen), Erin Richards will be Jim’s fiancee Barbara Kean while Sean Pertwee is set as Alfred Pennyworth, an ex-marine protecting the young Bruce Wayne.
Meanwhile, epic casting news for the CW’s Flash pilot, which added John Wesley Shipp in an unspecified role. Some of you will recall that Shipp played Barry Allen the last time anyone attempted a Flash TV series. Is it too early to start wishing for a role for Amanda Pays (Shipp’s Flash co-star)?
Deadline reports that HBO has ordered a season of The Brink, a dark comedy focused »
- Lyle Masaki
By this time, USA Network series White Collar would normally be deeply in preproduction, getting ready to start filming in March. But not this year. It’s already mid-February, and there is still no decision on the future of the buddy crime drama whose most recent fifth season ended two weeks ago. I hear there has been some communication between USA and White Collar producer Fox TV Studios but no meaningful dialogue so far. Given the way Season 5 ended — with a cliffhanger involving the abduction of Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) — it is safe to assume that there will be some sort of continuation, likely a conclusion for the series. The question is what that sixth and final installment will be. I hear the network has been mulling a short miniseries to wrap the story in the vein of Showtime’s The Big C, while the studio would prefer a traditional final season. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Billy Demong is a five-time Olympian who became the first American athlete to win gold in Nordic Combined in Vancouver. So when he tells you that his sport is good TV, you listen. It combines ski jumping and cross-country skiing. “The guy who wins the jumping starts first, and then depending on how much shorter you jump, you start a time deficit back ,” he says. Then, it’s all about the chase: “It’s watching people get caught or try to catch up.” The individual event that combines one jump on the normal hill and a 10-km cross-country race is set for Feb. »
- Mandi Bierly
Daddario will play Michelle, a "hot girl" who moves into the building where Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and all of her guys live. Several of those guys may just take an interest in Michelle.
"New Girl" airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Fox. The episode with Daddario is scheduled to air at some point in March, according to TVLine.
This season of Psych will be the show's last, USA announced this afternoon. The show will finish its eight-season run (!) on March 26, at which point Shawn and Gus will be assumed into heaven. Psych is currently USA's longest-running show, having started in 2006; Royal Pains and White Collar both started in 2009, Covert Affairs in 2010, Suits in 2011, and Graceland in 2013. One figures there's a sunshine-laden odd-couple cop or lawyer or doctor show where they're legally allowed to say shit once per episode waiting in the wings to take its place. »
- Margaret Lyons
Zap2it has rounded up the best zingers from the past week of TV -- everything from the Grammys to the "White Collar" finale. Be sure to check out our Best Lines of January gallery too.
Violet: "I wonder your halo doesn't grow heavy. It must be like wearing a tiara 'round the clock."
Cousin Isobel: "You make me sound very fervent."
Lady Violet: "Wars have been waged with less fervor."
The Grammy Awards
LL Cool J: "It pains me to admit this, but there are people who don't even know that I make music."
The Mother, St. Patrick's Day 2008: "How is the bathroom line this long, yet the floor is covered in urine?"
Cindy: "You just met me -- I could be a serial killer."
The Mother: "I like to believe in people. Plus what »
Airing on USA since 2009, White Collar has been a successful staple for the cable channel. However, the ratings have been coming down. Will they fall low enough for the show to be cancelled or will it be renewed for a sixth season? We'll have to wait and see.
On White Collar, a con man (Matt Bomer) and an FBI Agent (Tim DeKay) form an unlikely aliance to solve crimes. The rest of the cast includes Willie Garson, Tiffani Thiessen, Marsha Thomas, and Sharif Atkins.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually on Fridays.
Final season averages: 0.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 2.46 million total viewers. »
"White Collar" brought Neal's con-woman love storyline to a close Thursday (Jan. 30) with "Diamond Exchange," which sent Agent Burke and Neal on a sort of treasure hunt around New York.
After breaking out of prison, Rebecca (guest star Bridget Regan) poisons Mozzie and tells Neal she'll only give up the antidote if Neal gets her the diamond. The clock is ticking, as the poison will shutdown Mozzie's system in roughly six hours.
It sends the guys on their very own "DaVinci Code" caper to Fort Totten, an old Army installation in Queens. After Mozzie collapses and is taken to the hospital, Neal and Peter find the diamond but Rebecca was following them all along and steals it at gunpoint, locking them up and saying she'll give up the antidote once she's out of the city, which was not the deal she initially made.
Luckily, Jones and Diana track Rebecca's trail »
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