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Review: ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 2 Premiere, ‘Unm4Sk.tc,’  Finds New Ways to fsociety

13 July 2016 9:01 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Spoiler-free Review: ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 2 Stays True to Its Weird Self

Last year, the debut season of “Mr. Robot” dominated the television conversation, but serialized television is still a “what have you done for me lately?” enterprise, and a great beginning only leads to heightened expectations for season two. The two-hour premiere does a brisk job of re-setting the pieces on the board and introducing new ones. Eliot, still missing three days of memory during which the Five/Nine hack shook the world’s financial stability, has gone home to live with his mother; he stays away from all computers and lives a strictly regimented life that is designed to keep Mr. Robot from causing any more trouble. Darlene is running fsociety actions, although she despairs that they’re only making things worse. Angela is ensconced in her new Evil Corp PR job, although it seems to be killing her soul. »

- Jay Bushman

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Review: ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 2 Premiere, ‘Unm4Sk.tc,’  Finds New Ways to fsociety

13 July 2016 9:01 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Spoiler-free Review: ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 2 Stays True to Its Weird Self

Last year, the debut season of “Mr. Robot” dominated the television conversation, but serialized television is still a “what have you done for me lately?” enterprise, and a great beginning only leads to heightened expectations for season two. The two-hour premiere does a brisk job of re-setting the pieces on the board and introducing new ones. Eliot, still missing three days of memory during which the Five/Nine hack shook the world’s financial stability, has gone home to live with his mother; he stays away from all computers and lives a strictly regimented life that is designed to keep Mr. Robot from causing any more trouble. Darlene is running fsociety actions, although she despairs that they’re only making things worse. Angela is ensconced in her new Evil Corp PR job, although it seems to be killing her soul. »

- Jay Bushman

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James Badge Dale Set to Star in Big-Screen Adaptation of ‘Empty Man’ Graphic Novel

7 July 2016 12:59 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Today in graphic-novel news, James Badge Dale has been cast in the upcoming adaptation of “The Empty Man.” The Boom! Studios comic is being developed by Fox, who have tapped David Britten Prior to direct; Ross Richie and Stephen Christy of Boom! are producing. The Hollywood Reporter first broke the news.

Read More: Review: Michael Bay’s Benghazi Film ’13 Hours’ Starring John Krasinski, James Badge Dale & More

First published in 2014, “The Empty Man” was written by the Eisner Award–winning Cullen Bunn with illustrations by Vanesa R. Del Rey. Plot details are being closely guarded, but the graphic novel is set in the Midwest and concerns a supernatural entity that may or may not be behind a spate of disappearances in a small town.

Read More: Watch: Trailer For Civil War Drama ‘Echoes Of War’ Starring James Badge Dale & ‘It Follows’ Star Maika Monroe

Badge Dale recently appeared in Michael Bay »

- Michael Nordine

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James Badge Dale to Star in Fox Thriller ‘The Empty Man’

7 July 2016 10:37 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Fox has tapped James Badge Dale to star in its supernatural thriller “The Empty Man.”

David Britten Prior is directing from his own script, adapted from a Boom! Studios’ graphic novel, published in 2014. Boom!’s Ross Richie and Stephen Christy are producing the project under the company’s first-look deal at Fox.

Prior came on to the project in February when the studio acquired the movie rights. Fox is preparing to start shooting in South Africa this fall.

The story centers on a troubled ex-cop who battles to find a missing girl, but discovers a sinister presence all around him. The novel was written by Eisner Award-winner Cullen Bunn and illustrated by Vanesa R. Del Rey

Badge Dale starred in Michael Bay’s “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” Robert Zemeckis’ “The Walk” and “The Departed.” TV credits include “Rubicon” and “The Pacific.”

He is repped by CAA, Mj Management and Jackoway Tyerman. »

- Dave McNary

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Matt Bomer's The Last Tycoon Plus Lauren Ambrose Pilot Get Amazon Premiere Date — See First Photos

26 May 2016 7:00 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Broadcast-tv’s Upfronts might be over, but Amazon’s pilot season is just around the corner, featuring new projects starring Matt Bomer, Lauren Ambrose and Kelsey Grammer.

RelatedMiley Cyrus to Star in Woody Allen’s Upcoming Amazon Series

Bomer (White Collar) headlines The Last Tycoon, a Great Depression-era drama adapted from the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel about a Hollywood golden boy battling his father figure and boss (played by four-time Emmy winner Kelsey Grammer) for the soul of their studio; Lily Collins (The Blind Side) co-stars.

RelatedCaitlyn Jenner Books Transparent Role

Ambrose (Six Feet Under) meanwhile plays an aspiring actress who lacks glamour, »

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Writer Tom Whedon, Father of Scribes Joss, Jed and Zack Whedon, Dies at 83

25 March 2016 11:27 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Tom Whedon, a writer and father of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” creator Joss Whedon and scribes Jed Whedon and Zack Whedon, died Wednesday. He was 83.

Whedon’s death was confirmed in an Instagram post on Thursday by Jed Whedon.

“We said goodbye to our dad yesterday. He passed away in relative peace surrounded by his wife, all five of his boys and their loved ones. He gave us the gift of his warmth and humor. We miss him terribly.

Love you dad,” Jed Whedon posted, along with a picture of his father.

Tom Whedon worked as a writer-producer on such 1970s and ’80s sitcoms as “Benson,” “Alice,” “The Golden Girls” and “It’s a Living.” He also wrote for “The Dick Cavett Show” and children’s programs including “The Electric Company” and “Captain Kangaroo.”

Tom Whedon’s father, John Whedon, was also a TV writer who worked on “The Donna Reed Show, »

- Variety Staff

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Casting: Dayal, Black, Thorne, Garber

11 March 2016 7:39 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Halt and Catch Fire

Manish Dayal ("The Hundred-Foot Journey," "Rubicon") will recur as a brilliant yet awkward young coder on the third season of AMC's period computer drama "Halt and Catch Fire". The third season shifts the action of the 1980s-set series to Silicon Valley. The third season is expected to premiere this summer. [Source: THR]

The Man Who Would Be Polka King

Jack Black is set to produce and star in "The Man Who Would Be Polka King" for Permut Presenations, Red Hour Films and Shivhans Pictures. The story follows Jan Lewan, a Polish-born Pennsylvania polka sensation who unwittingly brought a town to its knees in a Ponzi scheme.

Based on Joshua Brown and John Mikulak's documentary, "Infinitely Polar Bear" duo Maya Forbes and Wally Wolodarsky will pen and direct the true story tale which aims to begin production in July. [Source: Deadline]

You Get Me

Bella Thorne and Halston Sage are »

- Garth Franklin

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Ask Alan: Who's the most quotable character in TV history?

4 March 2016 6:00 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Happy Friday, everyone! Time for a new installment of Ask Alan. On this week's episode (embedded at the top and bottom of this post), I attempt to figure out if there's any way for the Emmys to properly acknowledge the many great shows of Peak TV in America, talk about some shows that actually improved when their original creator left(*), and don't take very long identifying the most quotable TV character of all time. (Trigger warning: I may in fact sing my answer.) (*) Two answers that occurred to me after the video was already recorded, both from AMC: 1)The Walking Dead, where Frank Darabont made the show's best episode ever (the pilot), then presided over a mostly terrible first season (remember the gangbangers in the nursing home?) before giving way to Glen Mazzara and then Scott Gimple, whose tenures have had their own issues, but have on the whole been better; and 2)Rubicon, »

- Alan Sepinwall

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‘The Interestings’: Jessica Collins & Corey Cott Join Amazon Drama Pilot

4 February 2016 4:56 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Jessica Collins (RubiconZero Dark Thirty) and Corey Cott (Public Morals) have booked series regular roles on Amazon pilot The Interestings, from Sony TV's TriStar Television. Written by Nip/Tuck alums Lyn Greene and Richard Levine and directed by Mike Newell, The Interestings is described as a grounded. character-driven drama based on Meg Wolitzer's novel about a group of friends who meet at an arts camp when they're 15 in 1974. The series chronicles their relationships… »

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USA Picks Up Gale Anne Hurd’s ‘Falling Water’

14 January 2016 10:11 AM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

USA has picked up to series “Falling Water,” a new fantasy drama from Gale Anne Hurd (“The Walking Dead”), Blake Masters (“Brotherhood”) and Henry Bromell (“Homeland”). The pilot was written and co-created by Masters and Bromell and is from Universal Cable Productions (Ucp). Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (“28 Weeks Later”) directed the pilot and will also executive produce the series. Bromell and Masters previously teamed up on “Brotherhood” and “Rubicon.” David Ajala (“Fast & Furious 6”), Will Yun Lee (“Hawaii 5-0”) and Lizzie Brochere (“American Horror Story: Asylum”) are set to star in the series. “Falling Water” »

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Henry Bromell Drama ‘Falling Water’ Picked Up To Series By USA

14 January 2016 10:00 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

USA has given a series order to Falling Water, the supernatural thriller pilot from the late Henry Bromell (Homeland), Brotherhood creator Blake Masters and The Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd. Masters and Bromell, who previously had worked together on Brotherhood and Rubicon, wrote Falling Water — set in the world of dreams and subconsciousness — on spec before the Homeland executive producer's sudden death in March 2013. The idea came up in a general… »

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