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To celebrate the release of the newest addition to the Now That’s What I Call Music musical library – Now Chilled – on August 18th, we’re giving 3 lucky WhatCulture readers the opportunity to win a copy of the album.

The compilation invites listeners to kick back and relax with the perfect accompaniment to summer evenings featuring some of the biggest recording artists across 61 hits of Chilled Hits, Chilled Beats and Chilled Classics.

The impressive triple album icludes recent hits from George Ezra, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Mr Probz, Naughty Boy and classics from Faithless, Moloko and many, many more.

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The album’s full track list is as follows:

CD1 – Chilled Hits

01. George Ezra – Budapest

02. Sam Smith
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Michael Seitzman Inks New Deal With ABC Studios

Drama writer-producer Michael Seitzman has signed a new two-year overall deal with ABC Studios, where he has been for the past six years. Under his most recent pact, Seitzman created and executive produced the studio’s CBS drama series Intelligence. He has developed and sold a number of other projects for ABC Studios in the past few years, three of which have gone to pilot: Americana and Empire State at ABC and House Rules at CBS. Like Seitzman’s previous overall deals, the new one is for development only. On the feature side, the Wme-repped Seitzman penned the 2005 film North Country.
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Josh Holloway CBS drama gets series order

Josh Holloway CBS drama gets series order
It’s official: Josh Holloway is returning to prime-time.

The Lost actor’s pilot Intelligence just received a series order at CBS for next season. He’ll play an agent at the “Us Cyber Command” who has a microchip implanted in his brain that allows him to access the entire electromagnetic spectrum (so he gets free WiFi wherever he goes, at the very least).

The project, from Empire State writer Michael Seitzman, is bound to draw comparisons to J.J. Abrams’ new Fox series Almost Human, which chronicles an android police officer.

CBS also gave a series order to Hostages, about
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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on White Collar, Castle, Once Upon a Time, NCIS, Parks & Rec and More!

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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on White Collar, Castle, Once Upon a Time, NCIS, Parks & Rec and More!
What giant plans does Once Upon a Time have? Will White Collar‘s Neal leap a tall building in the name of love? Will Castle fans meet Rick’s father anytime soon? Is Xena staying put in Pawnee? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.

Christmas is right around the corner, so this week I’ve chosen to simply “unwrap” some questions from the Inside Line mailbag….

Seeing as how Sara (played by Hilarie Burton) is (supposedly) going to be in half of this season’s remaining White Collar episodes, can we take that as
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Writer Michael Seitzman Signs New Deal With ABC Studios

Drama writer Michael Seitzman is staying at ABC Studios with a new two-year overall deal. Under the seven-figure pact, he will continue to develop for the studio. Two shows he developed at ABC Studios during the 2008-09 season, Empire State and House Rules, were picked up to pilot by ABC and CBS, respectively. This development season, he wrote an adaptation of the hit British series Spooks aka Mi-5 for ABC and ABC Studios outside of his overall deal with the studio. On the feature side, the Wme-repped Seitzman penned the 2005 film North Country.
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High Point Films to sell In Our Name

High Point Films to sell In Our Name
High Point Films has secured international rights for Brian Welsh's debut feature, In Our Name, which premiered at the BFI London International Film Festival.In Our Name is produced by Michelle Eastwood. Joanne Froggatt plays Suzy, a servicewoman in the British Army, struggling to adjust to life back home, after a hearts and minds tour of duty in Iraq. Mel Raido (Empire State, Grow your Own) plays the role of Suzy's alienated husband, himself a soldier bearing psychological battle-scars, while newcomer, Chloe Jayne Wilkinson, portrays the daughter whom ...
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ABC To Adapt British Spy Drama 'Mi-5'

ABC To Adapt British Spy Drama 'Mi-5'
Exclusive: An adaptation of the hit British series Spooks aka Mi-5 is headed to American television via ABC. ABC Studios has closed a deal for the rights to Spooks, known in the U.S. as Mi-5, with Kudos Rights Ltd, a division of the Shine Group-owned British production company Kudos Film and Television which produces the BAFTA-winning original series. Michael Seitzman has been tapped to write and executive produce the adaptation, which has received a script order from ABC. Spooks, created by David Wolstencroft, follows the work of a group of MI5 officers based at the service's Thames House headquarters in highly secure offices known as The Grid. The spy drama, one of the U.K.’s top series of this decade, launched in 2002, with a new season scheduled to premiere this fall. Spooks also has become one of the most recognizable British series in the U.S. in a long while.
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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on 'True Blood,' 'Lost,' 'Glee,' 'Grey's,' 'Castle,' and more!

Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on 'True Blood,' 'Lost,' 'Glee,' 'Grey's,' 'Castle,' and more!
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Just want to say hi? You can send any/all of the above to ausielloscoop@ew.com Question: Will Grey's Anatomy address Izzie's whereabouts at all? Or are they just going to pretend she never existed now that Katherine Heigl isn't returning? —Mickey Ausiello: They're definitely not going to pretend she never existed. In fact, I'm told the Izzie issue will be addressed during May sweeps. For her part, Katherine Heigl thinks her Jan. 21 farewell — while not originally intended to be her last episode — oddly works as a bookend to Izzie's story.
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Two actors join 'Matadors' pilot

Two actors join 'Matadors' pilot
"The Forgotten" co-star Michelle Borth has landed the female lead in ABC's drama pilot "The Matadors," with Jonathan Scarfe also nabbing a lead role in the pilot.

Additionally, Amy Smart has been tapped to star on CBS' untitled medical drama executive produced by John Wells, Beau Garrett will play the female lead on CBS' "Criminal Minds" spinoff, Brian Dennehy is set to star opposite Dana Gould in Gould's untitled multicamera pilot for ABC and Australian actor Sullivan Stapleton has landed the lead in CBS' multicamera comedy pilot "The Odds."

"Matadors," from Sony TV, is a Romeo-and-Juliet-style drama about two feuding families' battle against each other as one populates the state attorney's office and the other manages an influential private law firm.

Borth will play the heroine, Juliana, a talented lawyer who joins her father in the state attorney's office and embarks on a secret affair with Alex (Zach Gilford), an
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Beau Garrett Is Female Lead In 'Criminal Minds' Spinoff

Actress Beau Garrett has landed the lead female role in a spinoff from ABC's crime procedural show Criminal Minds, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Garrett previously played the female lead on the same network's pilot Empire State and will soon be seen in the film Tron Legacy.

The spinoff from Criminal Minds will focus on a different group of criminal profilers from the one featured in the original series. The new group will be led by Forest Whitaker and will be introduced in a spring episode of Criminal Minds. Garret will reportedly play a "tough" FBI recruit named Gina.

Garrett's other credits include appearances in House, Entourage and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.
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'Criminal Minds' spinoff finds female lead

'Criminal Minds' spinoff finds female lead
Beau Garrett has landed the female lead on CBS' "Criminal Minds" spinoff.

The project, from ABC Studios, the Mark Gordon Co. and CBS Studios, will be introduced in the spring on an episode of "Criminal Minds."

It revolves around a new group of profilers, led by Cooper (Forest Whitaker), who work outside the FBI bureaucracy.

Garrett will play Gina, a tough girl and recent FBI recruit who is loyal to Cooper and the object of Mick's (Matt Ryan) flirting.

Last year, Garrett played the female lead on ABC's pilot "Empire State," which was also produced by ABC Studios and the Mark Gordon Co.

Her feature credits include "4: Rise of the Silver Surfer" and the upcoming "Tron Legacy."
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Michael Seitzman Inks Deal with ABC Studios

Drama scribe Michael Seitzman has inked a two-year overall deal with ABC Studios, according to Variety.

Seitzman penned two drama scripts that went to pilot last year for ABC Studios: family dynasty drama Empire State for ABC and House Rules, about freshmen lawmakers in Congress, for CBS.

Seitzman said he intends to pen two pilots in the coming development season, and he's in the process of winnowing his candidates from a host of ideas that he's been kicking around to develop under his Michael Seitzman's Pictures banner. He's happy to be back in biz with ABC Studios, saying his experience on Empire State and House Rules was "the single best experience of my career" as a scribe.

Seitzman set his focus on TV last year after most recently working in the feature realm, writing such pics as 2005 Charlize Theron starrer North Country.
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Mike Vogel takes lead on 'Trauma'

Mike Vogel takes lead on 'Trauma'
Mike Vogel has landed a lead role on CBS' new medical drama "Miami Trauma."

"Trauma," from Wbtv and producer Jerry Bruckheimer, is about a team of trauma surgeons in Miami. Vogel will play one of the doctors, a talented, charming and fiercely competitive surgeon with a healthy ego.

The role, which was played in the pilot by Richard Coyle, has been recast.

Vogel has been in high demand following his performance in ABC's "Romeo and Juliet"-esque drama pilot "Empire State" this past season in which he played the male lead.

Vogel, who next appears in the feature "She's Out of My League," is repped by Gersh and manager Geordie Frey.
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