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“Ray Donovan” will welcome a slew of new faces in its fifth season.
Graham Rogers, who starred on the first season of ABC’s “Quantico,” has been cast in a season-long arc in the Showtime series, Variety has learned exclusively. “House of Cards” actor Michel Gill will also recur in Season 5.
Rogers will play Smitty, the new boyfriend of Bridget (Kerris Dorsey) in New York.
“Ray Donovan” is the second current Showtime collaboration for Rogers, who will also appear in the cabler’s comedy pilot “Smilf,” alongside Rosie O’Donnell and creator Frankie Shaw. His other credits include NBC’s “Revolution,” Hulu’s “Resident Advisors,” plus films “Love and Mercy” and “Crazy Kind of Love.” He is repped by CAA and 3 Arts Entertainment.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
By mid-May, the broadcast networks must make some tough calls as to which series will return for the 2017-18 TV season, and which… won’t.
As that deadline draws near, TVLine is singling out a few “bubble” shows and sizing up their prospects — based in large part on creative strides (and stumbles) and future potential, but also with a requisite nod to cold, hard numbers.
First up is a time-travel series with an entertaining past but sadly uncertain future.
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The article originally appeared on EW.com.
When the 59th Annual Grammy Awards go down Sunday at 8 p.m. E.T. on CBS, you can expect usual suspects like Beyoncé and Adele to be hoarding the hardware. But music’s biggest night has also provided its share of surprises. As we brace ourselves for a shocker or two on Sunday, let’s rank the 10 biggest Grammy upsets of all time.
10. Bon Iver wins Best New Artist in 2012
- Chuck Arnold
"We stay away from politics."
You wouldn't want to say that Robert Redford – screen legend, long-time environmentalist and activist, independent-film patron saint, possible contender for handsomest octogenarian alive – was being disingenuous, exactly. But when the founder of the Sundance Film Festival uttered that phrase at this year's opening press conference, some 24 hours before a ... let's call him a "divisive figure" was to be sworn in as president, it felt a little off-brand. He clarified the statement by saying his main concern was staying "focused on the stories being told by »
Of course, he has a lot more to tweet about than new installments of his latest series.
The episode will be fittingly titled "Public Enemy No. 1" and will feature Flynn traveling to 1931 Chicago to pair up with gangster Al Capone.
“When the Eliot Ness character first came up, I immediately thought of Misha, and I’m so thrilled to be working with him again,” Kripke said in a statement.
“Misha brings his charisma, his talent, and frankly, all of his angelic qualities to the role. »
- Carissa Pavlica
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Beaver will appear in the final three episodes of the time-traveling series’ freshman season as Nsa Agent Neville, who comes to Mason Industries to lock horns with Sakina Jaffrey’s Agent Christopher, TVLine has learned. (Kripke first announced the casting via Twitter.)
Neville is “harboring a dark secret,” Kripke teases, adding, “I refuse to make a TV show »
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