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Network | IFC
Number Of Episodes | Eight (in Season 1)
Episode Length | 30 mins.
Premise | TVLine Dream Emmy Nominee »
Brockmire, which stars its executive producer Azaria (The Simpsons) as the titular character, follows a famous baseball announcer 10 years after a public meltdown (triggered by his learning of his wife’s infidelity) that ruined his reputation and made him a viral sensation. The show’s cast also includes Amanda Peet (Togetherness) as the strong-willed owner of the Morristown Frackers minor league team and Tyrel Jackson Williams (Lab Rats) as an social media-savvy intern.
“This show is the most fun I’ve ever had. »
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Sharknado is officially an international problem.
Stars Ian Ziering, Tara Reid and Cassie Scerbo will return for a fifth installment of the Syfy movie franchise, which finds shark-infested storms bombarding cities around the world, the network announced Thursday.
Sharknado 5 (working title) will shoot in more than five countries, including Bulgaria, the UK and Australia.
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4 items from 2017
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