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The Voice's Amy Vachal Shares Adam Levine's Childhood After-School Routine That Helped Craft Her New Album

The Voice semi-finalist Amy Vachal turned three chairs on Season 9 of the hit show before embarking on the production of her latest album, Strawberry Moon, which released late last week.

“I will always feel so very lucky and grateful to have ever been on that show,” the 29-year-old Brooklyn native shares. “I have vivid flashbacks all the time that make me shake my head in the shower — moments like my blind audition or my first live show are still hard to unpack and accept as real.”

Vachal was on team Pharrell before being “stolen” by Adam Levine, who at the time memorably named her,
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Best TV to See in April: 'American Gods,' the Return of 'Fargo' and More

Best TV to See in April: 'American Gods,' the Return of 'Fargo' and More
What's in store for TV in April, you ask? NBC will see if they still remember how to successfully launch a half-hour comedy. HBO unveils a one-two punch (one doc, one based-on-a-true-story drama) about women's-health issues. FX brings back one of its Mvp anthology shows. AMC tries their hand (again) at a Western, and Fox launches millions of utterances of "Oh yeah, I remember Prison Break ... wasn't that the one where they break out of the prison?" Here's what you'll be watching this month; check out our Best Movies and
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TVLine Items: Banshee Vet Visits Bull, Katie Cassidy on Whose Line and More

TVLine Items: Banshee Vet Visits Bull, Katie Cassidy on Whose Line and More
Trieste Kelly Dunn, who played Deputy Siobhan Kelly on Cinemax’s Banshee (and more recently recurred on Blindspot), will be getting some help from Michael Weatherly’s Bull.

RelatedFall TV First Impression: CBS’ Bull

On the freshman CBS drama (premiering Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 9/8c), Dunn will guest-star as a commercial airline pilot. After a plane crash, Bull and his trial consultation team aim to overcome subconscious gender bias jurors may have to female pilots they wouldn’t have to male pilots.

Dunn’s previous TV credits also include Believe and Golden Boy.

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Divergent Film Franchise to Conclude as TV-Movie, Followed by Series

Divergent Film Franchise to Conclude as TV-Movie, Followed by Series
In what can only be described as a surprising turn of events, Lionsgate has opted to skip a theatrical release of its final Divergent film, and instead release it as a TV-movie — before launching a small-screen spinoff series.

RelatedShailene Woodley Poised to Join HBO’s Big Little Lies Opposite Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon

As first reported by our sister site Variety, the decision comes after disappointing box office results/critical reaction for the third installment of the franchise, Allegiant, which opened to a lackluster $29 million in March — a 44 percent drop from 2015 release Insurgent.

Though negotiations are still ongoing,
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Arrow's Kevin Alejandro Joins The Cast Of Lucifer As A Series Regular

Kevin Alejandro (of Arrow and Golden Boy fame) has joined the cast of Fox's comic book drama/procedural, Lucifer. According to Deadline, he joins the show in a series regular capacity, and will play the role of 'Dan', a gruff Lapd homicide detective, who is resentful towards Lucifer's connection with his wife and daughter. He replaces Nicholas Gonzalez, who originally portrayed the character in the show's pilot episode (directed by Underworld's Len Wiseman). Alejandro should be familiar to DC TV fans, having portrayed 'Sebastian Blood' on Arrow's Season 2. A recurring star on The CW show, he looks set to play a much more integral role in Lucifer - possibly as a rival to 'Lucifer Morningstar', the show's morally questionable lead character. He joins a cast that includes Lauren German, Lesley Ann-Brandt & Tom Ellis as the Lord of Hell himself. Lucifer will premiere mid-season on Fox, in
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Lucifer Adds Arrow's Kevin Alejandro

Lucifer Adds Arrow's Kevin Alejandro
Arrow and True Blood vet Kevin Alejandro has joined the cast of Fox’s midseason drama Lucifer, replacing Nicholas Gonzalez (Sleepy Hollow), our sister site Deadline reports.

VideosFall TV: Watch Trailers for Fox’s Lucifer, Minority Report, The Grinder and More

In the Vertigo comics-based series, the bored Lord of Hell (played by Once Upon a Time/Rush‘s Tom Ellis) resigns his throne and abandons his kingdom for the gorgeous, shimmering insanity of Los Angeles, where he gets his kicks helping the Lapd punish criminals.

RelatedMinority Report Adds One Big Happy‘s Nick Zano as Pre-cog Twin

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Legends Of Tomorrow Taps The Tomorrow People Alum As Showrunner

The upcoming Arrow and The Flash spinoff, Legends of Tomorrow, has found its showrunner. According to Deadline, The CW has tapped The Tomorrow People alum Phil Klemmer to run the series, which is set to debut in early 2016.

Klemmer is a longtime collaborator of series co-creator Greg Berlanti, having worked on other Berlanti Productions series like Golden Boy, Political Animals and the aforementioned CW series The Tomorrow People - which starred Robbie Amell, who plays one half of Firestorm but is not yet confirmed for the spinoff show.

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For those who don’t know, Legends of Tomorrow features a disparate group of heroes and villains from both Arrow and The Flash, who are united by time-travelling rogue Rip Hunter (Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill) to stop immortal enemy Vandall Savage, who poses a threat not only to the world, but time itself.

Joining Darvill are
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DC's 'Legends of Tomorrow' Gets 'Tomorrow People' Showrunner

DC's 'Legends of Tomorrow' Gets 'Tomorrow People' Showrunner
While fans won't get to see The CW's latest superhero spinoff DC's Legends of Tomorrow until early next year, the show is starting to come together on the creative side, with Phil Klemmer signing on to serve as executive producer and showrunner. Phil Klemmer will work alongside executive producers Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim and Sarah Schechter. This series will mark the fourth time he has worked on one of Greg Berlanti's shows, following Political Animals, Golden Boy and The Tomorrow People.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow brings together characters from CW's hit shows Arrow and The Flash, along with several new heroes and villains that originated in the DC Comics. Arrow's Brandon Routh (Atom), Caity Lotz (White Canary) and The Flash's Victor Garber (Dr. Martin Stein), Wentworth Miller (Captain Cold) and Dominic Purcell (Heat Wave) will be joined by Arthur Darvill (Rip Hunter), Ciara Renee (Hawkgirl
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‘DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow’ Taps Phil Klemmer As Showrunner

Greg Berlanti has recruited one of his go-to writer-producers as showrunner of the new CW series DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow. Phil Klemmer, who has worked on three other Berlanti Prods. series (The Tomorrow People, Golden Boy and Political Animals) is joining Legends Of Tomorrow as executive producer/showrunner. He will be working alongside executive producers Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim and Sarah Schechter. In Legends Of Tomorrow, from Berlanti Prods. and…
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CW's Legends of Tomorrow Taps Tomorrow People Vet as Showrunner

CW's Legends of Tomorrow Taps Tomorrow People Vet as Showrunner
Legends of Tomorrow has found its leader.

The CW’s forthcoming Arrow/Flash spinoff has enlisted former Tomorrow People boss Phil Klemmer to serve as showrunner, TVLine has learned.

VideosThe CW’s Legends of Tomorrow Trailer Debuts — Plus: Previews of Containment and More

Legends reunites Klemmer with fellow Tomorrow People Ep Greg Berlanti. The two also worked together on Golden Boy and Political Animals.

Klemmer’s other Ep/writer credits include Chuck, Veronica Mars (he co-penned the Season 1 fan favorites “Ruskie Business” and “M.A.D.”) and Undercovers. He recently served as a consulting producer on ABC’s late drama Forever.
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Five-0's Chi McBride: Grover Makes Waves With an Unpopular Hunch

Five-0's Chi McBride: Grover Makes Waves With an Unpopular Hunch
Though the weather is a marked upgrade from, say, where Human Target was filmed (“It only rains twice a year in Vancouver: once for five months, one for four,” he quips), Hawaii Five-0‘s idyllic setting is almost inconsequential to Chi McBride‘s enjoyment of his latest TV role.

“I’m always having a good time doing a show. Well, I take that back — there was one time I didn’t,” the veteran actor reports with a chuckle (and without naming names). “But I like to have fun, man. Because at the end of the day, we’re not pulling
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Exclusive 1:1 Interview: Insurgent Star Theo James

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Theo James is a not only a pretty handsome fellow, he is also a talented actor that can handle a whole lot of action and more. While his past work in Underworld: Awakening and the Divergent series found the actor in daring situations, he continues to take on different types of characters as well. You can find Mr. James in The Inbetweeners Movie, the hit series Downtown Abbey as well as the series Golden Boy. And of course you can catch him in the latest of The Divergent Series...
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9 actors who have left Downton Abbey for better... or worse

For many actors, Downton Abbey was their first big break in television.

But not everyone can be a Lord Grantham or a Carson. For many - whether they chose to leave or were written out - their fortunes changed after exiting the ITV drama.

So after the news that Dan Stevens has joined Beauty and the Beast, Digital Spy looks at the careers (so far!) of 9 actors who have bowed out of Highclere Castle...

1. Ed Speleers

After starring in series three, four and five of Downton, Ed Speleers left Jimmy Kent behind for another role in a big budget British TV drama.

We most recently saw him in the part of Edward Seymour in Wolf Hall, and he will also star in upcoming films Remainder and Howl. Most prominently, he's been cast alongside Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway and Helena Bonham Carter in Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass.

2. Amy Nuttall
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Review: Political drama 'Zipper' becomes 'Reefer Madness' for sex addiction

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Review: Political drama 'Zipper' becomes 'Reefer Madness' for sex addiction
Just as sex scandals are pretty much as old as politics themselves, as long as we've had films, we've had cinematic depictions of sex scandals, usually serious and sometimes comedic. Whether filmmakers have had to be coy about the nature of the scandals -- see "The Best Man" or "Advise and Consent" -- or whether filmmakers have been able to directly tear sex scandals from the headlines -- see "Primary Colors" -- the ground has been fertile. Fortunately -- Unfortunately? -- sex scandals just keep coming along and we keep lapping them up, from Eliot Spitzer to John Edwards to Anthony Weiner. Bringing the genre to Sundance this year was "Zipper," a largely straight-faced approach to a plausibly finger-on-the-pulse topic, which falls flat because of a middle act in which the drama spirals into dated addiction craziness. When it's a political thriller, "Zipper" is respectably acted and presented and has some merit.
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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Nashville, Once, Five-0, Castle, Covert Affairs, Grimm, Arrow, Flash, Beast and More

Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Nashville, Once, Five-0, Castle, Covert Affairs, Grimm, Arrow, Flash, Beast and More
Will Nashville pit Rayna versus Luke? How will Five-0 mark the big 1-0-0? How does Once Upon a Time‘s Rumple know the Snow Queen? Is a Grimm romance doomed? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.

Nashville scoop, please! — Molly

I hear that Rayna and Luke are going to compete against each other at this year’s CMAs — that’ll make for some awkward pillow talk — and Teddy will find love in the wrong place. Follow-up: Has Teddy ever found love in the right place?

Hi Matt, can you please tell us something
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'Underworld 5' Character and Story Details; Theo James Will Star

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'Underworld 5' Character and Story Details; Theo James Will Star
Last month, we reported that Lakeshore Entertainment is developing a reboot of their Underworld franchise, with screenwriter Cory Goodman (Priest, Apollo 18) coming aboard to write the script. Today, we have word from The Hollywood Reporter that this project is not a reboot at all, with Divergent star Theo James set to reprise his role from 2012's Underworld Awakening as the vampire David.

Theo James' David will be the central character in this new project, which will expand the existing Underworld franchise. Insiders claim that Lakeshore still has an option on the actor due to his work on Underworld Awakening, and he will star alongside two new female characters. Casting is currently under way for those roles, with plans to start shooting this spring.

Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi are producing for Lakeshore, although a director has not been attached at this time.

Theo James made his feature film debut in Underworld Awakening,
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Kevin Alejandro To Co-Star In A&E Pilot ‘The Returned’; Two Others Cast

Exclusive: Kevin Alejandro is set as a regular opposite Mark Pellegrino in Carlton Cuse’s 10-episode A&E drama series The Returned. Also co-starring in the project, an adaptation of the acclaimed French series, are Sophie Lowe and Mat Vairo. Keith Gordon (Dexter) will direct. The Returned, from A+E Studios and FremantleMedia, focuses on a small town that is turned upside down when several local people who have been long presumed dead suddenly reappear, bringing with them both positive and detrimental consequences. Alejandro will play the town’s authoritative but accessible Sheriff Tommy Moran. Lowe plays Lena, one of Jack’s (Pellegrino) two daughters. Vairo plays one of the returned, Simon, a musician who comes back 10 years after his death. Alejandro, repped by Gersh and Main Title, was a regular on True Blood, Southland and Golden Boy.
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The CW reveals fall schedule: 'Flash' teams with 'Supernatural'

The CW reveals fall schedule: 'Flash' teams with 'Supernatural'
The CW’s new fall schedule is here. You’ll notice it looks a lot like the current one. Most shows are staying where they are, with some exceptions to accommodate new titles and a couple returning favorites getting pushed to midseason.

The first big addition is The Flash, starring Grant Gustin as the fastest man alive, which will air Tuesdays at 8 p.m. The Arrow spin-off will lead into the 10th season of Supernatural. The Flash is taking the spot of The Originals, which is shifting to Monday nights (an evening where its repeats have already gotten some exposure). On Mondays,
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The 101 Best Sports Movies of All Time

A quarter-century ago, Kevin Costner hit a double-play, following up "Bull Durham" with "Field of Dreams" and becoming king of the sports movie. Twenty-five years later, as "Field of Dreams" marks its 25th anniversary (it was released on April 21, 1989), Costner is back with "Draft Day." The movie's about football, not baseball, and Costner's character plays in the executive suite, not on the field, but his mere presence still offers a reminder of great sports movies past.

And after all, isn't nostalgia a key element of sports movies? "Field of Dreams" makes this explicit -- we long for the sports heroes of our childhood, for a supposed long-gone golden age of our preferred sport, as a way of connecting with our past and bridging the generational divide that separates us as adults from our parents. Sports movies offer more than just the drama of winners and losers, or the journey from dream to achievement,
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10 Things About... Theo James

10 Things About... Theo James
A rising star of theatre, TV and film, before this year Theo James was best known for his lead roles in Bedlam as well as CBS's Golden Boy - about a young police commissioner in New York City.

Now, he looks set to become even bigger as he stars as Four in Divergent, the latest sci-fi action blockbuster which is currently out in cinemas.

Here are ten fun facts we found out about this new Hollywood icon:

1. Theodore Peter James Kinnaird Taptiklis was born in Oxford on December 16, 1984. His exotic name derives from his Greek grandfather who lived in New Zealand, and he also has English and Scottish heritage. The youngest of five children, he changed his name since 'Theo James' is a little easier to spell.

2. He actually became an actor by accident. After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a degree in philosophy, his girlfriend
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