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Michael Roark has been cast in Wild For The Night, an indie thriller directed by Benny Boom. He will play Karl, a former La street kid who is best friends with Wyatt’s (James Maslow) and works with him to search for his sister’s killer. Roark’s credits include Magic Mike, Dolphin Tale and TV’s Grey’s Anatomy, Stalker, Sleepy Hollow and Royal Pains. He is repped by the Kohner Agency and Principal Entertainment.
Tina Casciani has joined the cast of director Ben Younger’s Vinnie Pazienza biopic Bleed For This. She will play Heather, a love interest for boxing champ Pazienza (Miles Teller). The cast also includes Katey Sagal, Aaron Eckhart and Ciaran Hands. She recurs on the CW’s Jane The Virgin. and had guested on series including Reckless, Murder In The First, CSI and Revenge. Casciani is repped by Nu Talent, Luber Roklin and Myman Greenspan. »
- The Deadline Team
Even though Revenge doesn’t return with new episodes until January, we’re starting to get a clearer picture of what the back half of the show’s fourth season will look likely thanks to this newest casting announcement. As first reported by TVLine, Suits’ Gina Torres is set to recur in the second half of Revenge Season 4. She will be playing “an aspiring socialite named Natalie Walsh.” Here’s how TVLine describes the character: In addition to her dreams of conquering high society — Natalie comes from “humble-but-ambitious roots” — she’s also arriving with a few enemies in her sights, though it’s not yet clear which Hamptons resident she’ll want to “drive a stake into.” In addition to Suits, Torres’ other past TV credits include Hannibal, Gossip Girl, Alias, 24, and, of course, her role as Zoe Washburne on the beloved Joss Whedon-created sci-fi series Firefly. Torres joins »
- Chris King
The Flash has added yet another DC Comics character for Season 1, with Peyton List signing on to play Lisa Snart in The CW show's 16th episode, entitled "Rogue Time". Lisa Snart is the sister of Wentworth Miller's Leonard Snart, a.k.a. Captain Cold. In the DC Comics, Lisa Snart eventually became one of the Rogues with her brother, transforming into the villainous character known as The Golden Glider.
While Leonard is a cold and calculating villain, Lisa is much more of a wild card, determined to show Leonard that she has what it takes to be one of the Rogues. Lisa is described as "sly, charming, and even a little sadistic," who isn't afraid to use her sexuality to get what she wants. Her alluring nature will reportedly "put her on a crash course" with S.T.A.R. Labs employee Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes).
It remains to »
1 | Did Girl Meets World’s highly anticipated Shawn-Cory reunion even need a laugh track? That was one of the most serious Christmas episodes ever. And why no mention of Shawn’s love life? (We want Angela! We want Angela!)
2 | How Murray Saved Christmas: culturally insensitive foolishness, or irreverent holiday romp?
3 | Wasn’t The Affair’s Helen strangely flippant about her daughter’s potential bulimia?
4 | On Revenge, »
The following contains spoilers from the Forever fall finale.
Calling all Forever fans: Surprised?
The ABC drama on Tuesday revealed the identity of the mysterious man who refers to himself as “Adam,” claims to be immortal like Henry and has been phoning Dr. Morgan since the pilot: He’s Lewis Farber, a therapist played by Burn Gorman (Revenge, Game of Thrones), and he ups the game in a big way by the end of the episode.
When a mental patient shows up at the antiques shop and claims to be the caller — who has murdered others during the hour — Henry »
With a provocative title like “Revenge,” you better believe that this week’s Scorpion was going to get real, but do we watch Scorpion because it’s real? That’s the question. Although the titular nerd herd cashes cheques from Homeland Security, there’s very rarely an ominous cloud of death coming any minute for the main characters. But on the occasion that the danger gets very real, it feels like a spasm in the show, as if the writers were asking their program to accept something it didn’t want to. “Revenge” was an exception though, as the emotional ringer that the episode puts Walter and the crew through felt like an adequate escalation in the stakes as a group of murderous thieves put a key team member in the hospital.
Initially, I feared that Scorpion was pushing us to accept danger for danger’s sake. In the opening scene, »
- Adam A. Donaldson
Revenge fans might still be reeling from this week's crazy episode, in which we lost a character we'd grown to love: Daniel Grayson. Emily's one-time husband died in her arms on the beach while he bled out from a bullet wound. There are worse places to die, but we're really going to miss Revenge's resident pretty boy. Josh Bowman, who is in a real-life relationship with his costar Emily VanCamp, has been a bright spot on the show, even when the plot went through a bit of a slump. In his character's honor, we present an ode to the late, superhot Daniel Grayson. Scroll through to remember all the sexiness. »
As gut-wrenching as Revenge‘s latest death was, we hope you didn’t use up all your tissues yet. It turns out you still have one more chance to say goodbye to the Hamptons’ dearly departed.
“I’m actually in a couple of flashbacks in Episode 11,” Josh Bowman tells TVLine less than 24 hours after Daniel was gunned down protecting Emily. “One of those [flashback] scenes was the last thing I shot, and that was very strange to do. I’ve been on this show for four years now, so it was a sad day, but one that I’m going to take with me always. »
Sunday’s highly anticipated Revenge death may have been a shock to viewers, but executive producer Sunil Nayar tells TVLine the plans were set in motion before Season 4 even began — and that the victim was excited to take one for the team.
“Josh [Bowman] and I spoke at the beginning of the season about the journey we wanted to take Daniel on,” Nayar explains. “He and I were on the same page, wanting to take a big swing at the end of our winter finale, and wanting to see if we could do it in a redemptive way; that moment between »
Well played, Revenge. Well played. Redemption, thy name is Daniel Grayson (Josh Bowman). The ABC hit pulled off its biggest death and greatest feat yet on Sunday night, offing the Grayson family's prodigal son while completing his journey toward redemption, a task which seemed almost impossible after he shot Emily (Emily VanCamp) last season. The fact that he died taking a bullet for his former wife made his journey all the more poetic. (And did we mention that he had just learned he's going to be a father?! Sob!) "We wanted the death to mean something in a way that it invoked sympathy and sadness in our viewers, so I think we told the story really correctly and I think the performance Josh gave in all »
Just months after the death of his father, Daniel Grayson has suffered the same fate. In Sunday night's episode of ABC's Revenge, Daniel (Joshua Bowman) had a revelation in which he realized he wanted to distance himself from his family's evildoing and to be a good father to the baby Margaux (Karine Vanasse) is carrying. But he tragically died after rushing to Emily's defense during a physical altercation with Kate (Courtney Ford), the FBI agent who was secretly working for the mysterious Malcolm Black. (Read a full breakdown of what happened here.) See more When Leads Vanish: TV Shows
- Kimberly Nordyke
With AMC’s “The Walking Dead” out of the way, NBC dominated Sunday’s ratings race with its “Sunday Night Football” matchup between the New England Patriots and San Diego Chargers, while of note on the entertainment side was an uptick for ABC’s “Revenge” in its final episode of the year.
In Nielsen’s metered-market overnights, the Patriots’ 23-14 victory averaged a 13.9 household rating/22 share — up 9% vs. the Week 14 matchup of a year ago (12.7/20 for Carolina-New Orleans) and the second best “Snf” overnight in the last seven weeks. It’s also the highest-rated primetime game featuring the Chargers in 18 years (since a Detroit-San Diego “Monday Night Football” game on ABC in 1996).
The game netted earned a 41.2 household rating/56 share in Boston and a 36.5/56 in San Diego.
And in Nielsen’s fast nationals, it averaged a 6.1 rating/16 share in adults 18-49 and 18.2 million viewers overall on NBC’s stations from 8:30 to 11 p. »
- Rick Kissell
The midseason finale of ABC’s Revenge bounced back from last week’s series low rating by drawing 4.6 million viewers and a 1.2 rating this Sunday, up 12 percent and two tenths.
Opening ABC’s night, Once Upon a Time (6.1 mil/2.0) dipped 5 percent and a tenth, while Resurrection (3.9 mil/1.0) ticked up 5 percent and a tenth.
CBS | Back-to-back colorized I Love Lucy episodes averaged 9.4 mil and a 1.4. With that softer-than-Madam Secretary lead-in, The Mentalist (8.6mil/1.1) fell 21 and 30 percent and CSI (7.9 mil/1.2) slipped 5 and 14 percent, hitting and tying series lows.
NBC | Sunday Night Football (18.2 mil/6.1) is down two tenths from last week’s fast nationals. »
Warning: Major Revenge spoilers ahead! If you haven’t seen the show’s winter finale, stop reading now. Another Hamptonite got a red Sharpie X to the head in the winter finale of Revenge’s fourth season on Sunday, Dec. 7. Though Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) had tried to keep trained assassin Agent Kate Taylor (Courtney Ford) away from innocent civilians, she couldn’t have anticipated that her former lover-turned-enemy-turned-pseudo-friend Daniel Grayson (Josh Bowman) would be walking past her house at exactly the wrong moment. Dad-to-be Danny took several bullets to the [...] »
[Warning: Spoilers ahead for Sunday's episode of Revenge, "Atonement."] Another day, another death in Emily Thorne's world. Over the course of four and a half seasons, the denizens of the Hamptons have dealt with the deaths of Declan, Amanda, Aiden and Conrad, to name a few. ABC's Revenge has teased another major killing all week, and Sunday night's midseason finale delivered by offing one of its main stars. See more When Leads Vanish: TV Shows That Have Killed Off Major Characters The most recent victim? Shocker: It was Daniel Grayson. Here's how it went down: Kate (Courtney Ford) is
- Kimberly Nordyke
Revenge has been promoting the heck out of its devastating midseason finale death, and as we finally saw Sunday, the highly anticipated offing was well worth the wait.
A brutal — and brilliantly choreographed — scuffle between Emily and Agent Taylor (aka Malcolm Black’s daughter!) led the whole gang, including Jack and Daniel, to Chez Thorne, where a barrage of bullets ended the life of a Hamptons staple. And a damn good looking staple at that.
Ladies and gentlemen, Daniel Grayson has left the building…
Daniel’s death really couldn’t have come at a more devastating time — or a more perfect one. »
Nooooo? We're genuinely not sure how we feel about the events of tonight's Revenge, in which Daniel Grayson (Josh Bowman) took his last breath. We spent so much of the episode trying to guess who the dearly departed would be that we barely even noticed all of the clear soap opera signs that he was about to kick the bucket: the baby on the way, the fatherly flashbacks, the heartfelt convos with both Margaux and Victoria. What we didn't expect was that he would die nobly, by jumping in front of bullets meant for Emily in an epic fight with that two-timing Kate Taylor, who also – surprise surprise! – happens to be Malcolm Black's daughter. It almost seemed like Daniel was planning to »
The awesome-voiced promo guy said it best: nobody does death like Revenge. Tyler. Amanda. Declan. Aiden. Conrad.Those are just a few of the biggest casualties that have met their demise since Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) blew into the Hamptons four years ago, and the death toll is about to rise again. A major character will die in Sunday's all-new episode of the ABC sudser, and if we've learned anything from our stay out east it's that no one is safe. From least likely to die to probably dying a no-good very-bad death, we ranked the Revenge characters' chances of being the next victim come this Sunday. (We didn't include minor characters, like Police Chief Alvarez or Kate, the corrupt »
TNT has decided to keep Sean Bean alive. Well, at least for one more season. The cable network has renewed the actor’s freshman drama Legends for a second season, despite the show receiving very mixed reviews from critics. For those who don’t know, Legends centers on Bean’s Martin Odum, an elite undercover operative “who has an uncanny ability to transform himself into a different person for each job. But his own identity comes into question when a mysterious stranger suggests that Martin isn’t who he thinks he is.” In addition to Bean, the series stars Ali Larter (Heroes) as Crystal McGuire, Tina Majorino (Grey’s Anatomy) as Maggie Harris, Amber Valletta (Revenge) as Martin’s wife Sonya, Mason Cook (The Goldbergs) as Martin’s son Aiden, Steve Harris (Justified) as Nelson Gates, and Morris Chestnut (ABC’s V reboot) as Tony Rice. During its first season, »
- Chris King
Remember a couple of weeks ago on Revenge when David told Emily that he wanted her to stay out what he was involved in because it was too dangerous and he didn’t want her getting hurt? Well, by the look of these photos from Revenge‘s midseason finale, “Atonement,” which airs this Sunday at 9 p.m. on ABC, it looks like he may have changed his mind, as he, Emily, Nolan, and maybe even Jack appear to all be working together. Everything looks to be going down at some type of party or function (maybe Nolan’s throwing it), and if the expressions on Emily’s face (not to mention Nolan “accidentally” spilling his drink) are any indication, it seems that, at least the two of them suspect that Agent Taylor (Courtney Ford) is up to no good. Hopefully, Jack also wises up about his new girlfriend quickly, because if there’s one thing… »
- Chris King
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