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On TV this Friday: Bones flips out for its fall finale, the Grimm team deals with a demonic possession, Haven falls under a terrible new curse, the Grammy Nominations are announced and more. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
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8 pm The Carries Diaries (The CW) | Larissa and Samantha finally find some common ground: sex.
8 pm Bones (Fox) | Fall finale: As the Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of a promising young gymnast who was living a secret double life, Brennan shows uncharacteristic empathy for the victim’s father (Richard Schiff, »
- Misha Solomon
In a bit of surprising news, it sounds like AMC and Seth Rogen are working on an adaptation of Garth Ennis‘ comic Preacher. So far, Preacher has turned out to be a challenging comic to adapt — an attempt to turn it into a film and another to make an HBO series fizzled. Still, its fans are passionate about it, and I would guess there are probably a lot of Preacher fans who also read The Walking Dead.
Radio Times surveyed readers to ask their favorite Doctor and companions. David Tennant came in first while Rose was picked as favorite companion, making me question their judgement. (Captain Jack came in seventh — ahead of Martha Jones, Rory Williams, K-9 and current companion Clara Oswald).
Come on, Whovians, how can you prefer the entitled one?
CBS has ordered a pilot for the proposed How I Met Your Mother spin-off series. However, contrary to earlier reports, »
- Lyle Masaki
Our weekly round up of the latest stories from the world of screen superheroes, including X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Wolverine, Deadpool, The Fantastic Four, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Batman vs. Superman, Arrow, Justice League: War, Captain Underpants and more....
Over the past few weeks we've been inundated with news from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but 20th Century Fox stole a few headlines from Marvel Studios this week by releasing the first trailer for Bryan Singer's hotly-anticipated mutant epic X-Men: Days of Future Past, next year's time-travelling X-sequel sequel which brings together Fox's original X-Men and X-Men: First Class timelines. Although lacking in any real visual effects (owing to the fact they're yet to be completed), the teaser gave us a look at the majority of »
- Gary Collinson
Victor Rasuk ("How to Make It In America," "Godzilla") has scored the role of aspiring photographer and love rival Jose in the "Fifty Shades Of Grey" film adaptation at Universal Pictures and Focus Features.
Jose is a classmate and friend of Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) and wants to be more. He ultimately becomes a rival for her affections with businessman Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan). [Source: Deadline]
Amenábar helms from his own screenplay, plot details are under wraps. Filming is slated to start in the spring. [Source: Variety]
Passmore will play an investment banker who attempts to satisfy his married midlife crisis by quitting »
- Garth Franklin
Matt Passmore is rebounding from the cancelation of “The Glades.” The actor has been cast as the lead in former “Suits” showrunner Sean Jablonski’s untitled pilot for USA Network. Passmore will play Neil Truman, an investment banker who attempts to satisfy his married mid-life crisis by quitting his job and redefining himself and his relationships. Also read: USA Network Holding Anti-Bullying Commercial Contest (Exclusive) Before starring on A&E’s “The Glades” for four seasons, the Australian actor starred on “Blue Heelers,” “Mcleod’s Daughter” and “Underbelly.” The untitled project will be executive produced by Jablonski with Universal Cable Productions. »
- Jethro Nededog
The Glades star Matt Passmore is set as the lead of another potential basic cable drama series. Passmore will topline USA Network’s untitled Sean Jablonski pilot, which centers on Neil Truman (Passmore), an investment banker who attempts to satisfy his married midlife crisis by quitting his job and redefining himself and his relationships. Ucp is producing, with Jablonski and Russ Krasnoff executive producing. USA had its eye on Passmore for a while but could not lock him in until he had been released from The Glades. Following The Glades’ cancellation by A&E, producer Fox TV Studios explored other potential homes for the series including Ion, though an deal could not be closed, making Passmore available. He is repped by Wme, Roar, and Rgm in Australia. Related: USA Drama Pilot ‘The Novice’ Casts Its Lead »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Matt Passmore is heading to USA Network. The former star of A&E's The Glades has been tapped to topline USA's Sean Jablonski drama pilot, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The untitled effort revolves around investment banker Neil Truman and his wife, Grace, as they try to sift through their stagnant relationship looking for what they once had. But when Neil discovers that Grace is seeing a male escort and accidentally comes into possession of the escort's phone, he gains a unique perspective on his life and what motivates women. Meanwhile, Grace contemplates whether her needs are being met and whether
- Lesley Goldberg
Loosely based on the 2008 BBC series by the same name, the project follows an American-born Pakistani cab driver (Riz Ahmed) who, after a night of partying, wakes to find a girl stabbed to death in his bed.
De Niro portrays Jack Stone, a low-rent jailhouse lawyer who appoints himself the accused’s attorney.
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Gandolfini will receive a posthumous executive producer credit on Justice.
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- Megan Masters
The character-driven drama follows a family thrown into chaos when the child stolen from them as a baby is returned sixteen years later. Said child was raised in rural Alabama by someone with a questionable past.
Source: Variety »
- Garth Franklin
Project, produced by Compari Entertainment, is a character-driven drama about a family thrown into chaos. A child, who was stolen from the family as a baby, returns home 16 years later after being raised in rural Alabama by someone with a questionable past.
Zemeckis has not been involved in series television for over a decade, but has helmed feature films including “Flight” and “The Polar Express.” Campbell created “The Glades” for A&E, which the network cancelled in August.
- AJ Marechal
Oscar-winning director Robert Zemeckis has teamed with the creator/executive producer of A&E’s drama The Glades, Clifton Campbell for Billy Ray, a drama series project that has landed a put pilot commitment at Fox. Written by Campbell and to be directed by Zemeckis, Billy Ray is described as a character-driven drama about a family thrown into chaos when the child who was stolen from them as a baby is returned 16 years later after being raised in rural Alabama by someone with a questionable past. Campbell and Zemeckis executive produce with Jack Rapke and Jackie Levine. There is no studio yet for the drama, which will be co-produced by Compari Entertainment. This would mark Zemeckis’ first series in 15 years and the first series-directing gig since the cult HBO anthology Tales From The Crypt. Campbell spent the past several years working on his series The Glades, which was recently cancelled »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
The Earth Republic of Syfy’s Defiance has further fortified itself for Season 2, with a pair of new castings.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Die Hard franchise alum William Atherton will fill the role of E-Rep official Viceroy Mercado aka Major Pottinger’s commanding officer. Described as ruthless, sarcastic and fond of peppering his sentences with “old Earth” references, Mercado is harboring a dark secret that would shock both his colleagues and the speople of Defiance.
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Also boarding the show’s sophomore run is Anna Hopkins as Jessica “Berlin” Rai, »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
"The Glades" has been canceled. According to EW, the A&E series will not live on to see a fifth season.
TVLine reports "The Glades" Season 4 finale had 3.4 million total viewers. Not the show's biggest audience, but sizable for the A&E drama. "The Glades" was the first A&E scripted drama to make it more than one season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Thank you all for four great seasons of #TheGlades! We're sorry that we weren't able to end the show on the note that we wanted, but we're
— The Glades Writers (@TGWritersOffice) August 31, 2013
happy that you let us be part of your lives for a few weeks every summer! Our run on A&E is over, but who knows lies in our future. »
- Chris Harnick
Jim Longworth (Matt Passmore) is still solving crime down in Palm Glade but are viewers still interested? Will The Glades be renewed for a fifth season or will it be cancelled instead? Time will tell.
Airing on Monday nights of A & E, The Glades features the talents of Passmore, Kiele Sanchez, Carlos Gómez, Uriah Shelton, Jordan Wall, and Michelle Hurd. The TV show's ratings are the best way to tell if it will be cancelled or renewed for a fifth season. These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:
Update: A&Amp;E has cancelled The Glades after four seasons.
Final season averages: 0.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 2.59 million total viewers.
Episode 04-13: Monday, 08/26/13
0.9 demo rating (+29% change) with 3.41 million (+27% »
The dramedy began in July 2010 and it became their first scripted series to last more than a season. The cancellation comes days after The Glades' fourth season finale attracted 3.41 million viewers. This was the show's most-watched episode since the series premiere which drew 3.55 million.
Unfortunately, the fourth season as a whole was down by 14% year-to-year and The Glades was the cable channel's lowest-rated scripted series. It didn't help that the show was also produced by Fox, an outside studio, so A&Amp;E didn't have a financial stake in the show's future.
Of course, the real losers are the fans. The fourth season ended on a cliffhanger with Jim being shot »
Say goodbye to "The Glades." A&E has officially canceled the drama, just days after the show's season four finale earned a season-best 3.4 million total viewers, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The drama centered on a cop who relocates from Chicago to Florida. It starred Matt Passmore, Kiele Sanchez, Carlos Gomez, Uriah Shelton, Jordan Wall and Michelle Hurd. Clifton Campbell-created show debuted in July 2010, and became the cable network's first original program to last more than one season. This season, "The Glades" averaged 2.6 million viewers in its Monday 9 p.m. slot. »
- HitFix Staff
A&E has canceled "The Glades" following a four-season run. The crime drama had its season finale on Monday (Aug. 26), giving fans a cliffhanger ending that will now remain unresolved.
Just days after the show enjoyed its best ratings of the season -- 3.4 million viewers watched the finale -- and only one day after the network announced a renewal for another show, "Longmire," the "Glades" cancellation comes as something of a surprise.
Why was "The Glades" canceled? As of now, it's a mystery on which no one connected to the show has an immediate comment.
After its premiere in 2010, "The Glades" became the first scripted drama series to receive a renewal from A&E. The show, created by Clifton Campbell, is the story of an ex-Chicago cop named Jim (Matt Passmore) who takes a job in the swampy, sweaty land of Florida. Over the four seasons, a romance developed at »
Within a day of renewing its drama "Longmire" for a third season, A&E have opted out of doing the same for its longer running police procedural "The Glades".
The Matt Passmore-led series has been officially cancelled, despite Monday's season finale pulling in a season best 3.4 million total viewers, up on the 2.6 million viewers who had tuned in over the season.
Still, those numbers are down on the 3.8-3.9 million viewers who tuned in regularly for the first two seasons.
Source: A&E »
- Garth Franklin
"The Glades" is no more. A&E has canceled the crime drama, which wrapped up its fourth season on Monday. Also read: 9 Things to Expect on 'The Glades' Season 4: Ghosts, Zombies, Strippers and That Marriage Proposal The drama starred Matt Passmore as Jim Longworth, a homicide detective from Chicago who takes a job with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement after being falsely accused of sleeping with his captain's wife. The series drew 3.408 million total viewers with its Monday finale, according to TV By the Numbers -- up from previous finales. However, »
- Tim Kenneally
A&E has taken an axe to crime drama “The Glades,” cancelling it after four seasons.
Canning arrives on the heels of “The Glades” pulling season high ratings during its season four finale this week, drawing 3.4 million total viewers in its Monday prime timeslot.
Created by Clifton Campbell, the Florida-set crime drama debuted on A&E in July of 2010, averaging just under 4 million viewers during its frosh run. Series spent three seasons on A&E’s Sunday night lineup before being bumped to Monday nights at 9 p.m. for its most recent run, where it averaged a little over 2.5 million viewers.
Still awaiting word on its fate is second-year drama “Longmire,” which aired alongside “The Glades” on Monday this season and fared better in the ratings than the vet.
A&E declined comment for this story. »
- AJ Marechal
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