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He joins Doug Jones, Douglas Smith, Cressida Bonas and Lucien Laviscount. The film recounts a series of terrifying events experienced by three Wisconsin college students, played by Smith, Bonas and Laviscount. Trucco plays the brother of one the students, whose mind has been invaded by the unstoppable Bye Bye Man (Jones).
Stacy Title is directing from Jonathan Penner’s script, based on Robert Damon Schneck’s short story “The Bridge to Body Island.” Trevor Macy is producing for Intrepid, and Jeffrey Soros and Simon Horsman are producing for Los Angeles Media Fund.
- Dave McNary
"Orphan Black" descended on Comic-Con today with a look back at the show's most recent, roller-coaster of a season. Fans were given a first look at behind-the-scenes footage that included the highly anticipated Season 3 blooper reel, as well as clips that offer a glimpse of how our favorite clones like to keep themselves busy during the the off-season. Read More: 5 Things You Might Not Know About 'Orphan Black' and Tatiana Maslany The panel also treated fans with clips celebrating Alison and Donnie's hilarious escapades over the course of an otherwise dramatic season, as well as a Season 3 "#CloneClub" highlights reel. You can check out the blooper reel at the top of this page. The remaining videos are available if you scroll further down. Read More: Antiheroines are the New Antiheroes: The Killer Women of 'Penny Dreadful,' 'Orphan Black' and More »
- Jessica Cariaga
Paul Lee is prepared to take a well-earned victory lap when he meets with Madison Avenue buyers at ABC's annual upfront bazaar Tuesday afternoon. Only a year earlier, the president of the network's entertainment group had a schedule heavy on headaches, including quickly killed Killer Women, Lucky 7 and Mind Games; today, Lee presides over the only Big Four network to register gains (up 5 percent, year-over-year). What's more, he has minted a new cadre of hits in How to Get Away With Murder and Black-ish, and has changed the narrative with a push for diverse talent in front of
- Lacey Rose
In a result that doesn’t bode well for its future, on-the-bubble CBS veteran drama “Person of Interest” hit a season low in its finale Tuesday night, tying with ABC’s modestly performing freshman drama “Forever” — with both shows finishing well behind NBC’s hot “Chicago Fire.” CBS fared better leading off the night with “NCIS,” which edged out NBC’s fading “The Voice” as Tuesday’s top draw among young adults.
NBC and CBS tied for the night’s lead in adults 18-49, with the Eye winning easily in total viewers.
According to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen, “NCIS” averaged a 2.0 rating/7 share in adults 18-49 and 14.2 million viewers overall in the 8 o’clock hour, matching the show’s season low set with its prior two originals. The drama, which wraps its 12th season next week, was Tuesday’s No. 1 show in 18-49, 25-54 and total viewers.
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- Rick Kissell
CBS’ NCIS this Tuesday drew 18.8 million total viewers and a 2.9 rating (per finals), rising three tenths in the demo week-to-week.
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NBC | Parks and Recreation‘s double pump averaged 2.7 mil/1.0, down 20 percent from last week’s fresh episode. Marry Me (2.2 mil/0.8) and About a Boy (2.7 mil/0.9) were steady and Chicago Fire (6.3 mil/1.4) slipped two tenths, »
Papon, who comes from Martin Campbell Productions, will work on the continued development for ITV Studios America’s scripted programming slate. She will report to Julie Meldal-Johnsen, senior executive vice president, scripted and business development.
“We have had a terrific start to ITV Studio America’s scripted division with several highly anticipated new series launching later this year. With Lucienne’s fantastic creative instincts and wealth of both TV and feature experience, we are looking forward to expanding our already exciting slate,” said Meldal-Johnsen.
Papon launched the television division based at ABC Studios, during her tenure at Martin Campbell Productions, and co-exec produced ABC’s series “Killer Women.” Prior, she was vice president of production and development for film and television at the company with film credits including associate producer on “Edge of Darkness” and co-producer on “Green Lantern. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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