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Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg to host 2019 Golden Globes — is she a lock to win now?

Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg to host 2019 Golden Globes — is she a lock to win now?
After presenting together at the Primetime Emmy Awards in September, Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg are getting an awards show promotion: They will host the 76th Golden Globe Awards next month.

“Sandra and Andy are the perfect choices to host this world-class event,” Paul Telegdy and George Cheeks, co-chairmen, NBC Entertainment, said in a statement Wednesday. “They bring wit, charm and style to a room filled with the very best of film and television. It’s sure to be another unforgettable fun-filled night.”

Oh and Samberg, who did a bit while presenting Best Comedy Directing at the Emmys, are both Golden Globe winners themselves; Oh won for her supporting turn in 2006 for “Grey’s Anatomy” and Samberg won Best TV Comedy/Musical Actor in 2014 for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” which also won Best Comedy/Musical Series that year. Oh is in contention this year for her BBC America hit “Killing Eve,” which
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Northern Exposure revival in the works with Rob Morrow returning

CBS is in development on a revival of the Emmy Award-winning 90s comedy-drama series Northern Exposure, with show creators Joshua Brand and John Falsey attached and Rob Morrow on board to reprise his role as Dr. Joel Fleischman.

According to THR, the series would serve as a continuation of the original show, with Joel returning to Cicely, Alaska for the funeral of an old friend, which reunites him with some of his former neighbours, along with a new set of quirky characters.

Northern Exposure premiered in 1990 and followed Dr. Joel Flesichman, a New York City native who moves to Ciceley, a small town in Alaska, to repay the state for underwriting his medical education. The show ran for 110 episodes across six seasons, while the cast also included the likes of Barry Corbin, Janine Turner, John Cullum, John Corbett, Darren E. Burrows, Elaine Miles, Cynthia Geary and Peg Phillips.

The Northern
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Sylvester Stallone movies: 12 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Rocky,’ ‘Creed,’ ‘Rambo’

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Rocky Balboa is back! Sylvester Stallone has returned to his iconic role as the Philadelphia brawler in Steven Caple Jr.‘s “Creed II,” the follow-up to Ryan Coogler‘s original “Creed.” Stallone’s “Rocky” franchise has six films under its umbrella, plus he has created four films under the “First Blood”/”Rambo” label.

During his career as Rocky, Stallone has earned three Academy Award nominations — two for the original “Rocky” — and a third for his reprisal in the original “Creed.” He received the same three noms for the Golden Globe Award, and this last time, Stallone won the Globe for his Rocky reprisal in “Creed.”

As we anticipate Rocky hitting the ring once again in “Creed II,” let’s take a photo gallery tour of his 12 greatest films, ranked from worst to best.

SEEOscars 2019: Warner Bros. has red-hot remake of ‘A Star is Born’ and ‘Creed II

12. Oscar (1991)

“Oscar
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Northern Exposure: CBS Working on Revival with Original Cast and Creators

Are you a big fan of Northern Exposure? Deadline reports CBS is developing a revival with the TV show's original cast and creators.

The ’90s dramedy followed Dr. Joel Fleischman (Rob Morrow), a New York City physician who is sent to the small town of Cicely, Alaska. The cast also includes Barry Corbin, Janine Turner, John Cullum, Cynthia Geary, and John Corbett. The show originally ran on CBS for six seasons between 1990 and 1995.

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Northern Exposure Revival in the Works at CBS, Rob Morrow Returning to Star

Northern Exposure Revival in the Works at CBS, Rob Morrow Returning to Star
You feel that chill in the air? Yep, CBS is developing a revival of the quirky Emmy-winning dramedy Northern Exposure, according to a report from our sister site Variety.

Rob Morrow, who starred in the original 1990-95 series as Dr. Joel Fleischman, will reprise his role in the revival, with original creators Josh Brand and John Falsey on board as executive producers. (Brand will pen the revival.) John Corbett, who played local radio DJ Chris Stevens in the original series, will also serve as an producer, but is not confirmed to reprise his on-screen role as of yet.

The new
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‘Northern Exposure’ Revival in Development at CBS

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A revival of “Northern Exposure” is currently in development at CBS, Variety has learned.

Original series star Rob Morrow will reprise his role as Dr. Joel Fleischman, who returns to Cicely, Alaska, for the funeral of an old friend. Once there, he finds a new set of quirky characters and reunites with old ones.

Morrow will also executive produce in addition to starring. Fellow original series star John Corbett is attached as a producer, though he is not set to appear in the revival at this time.

Josh Brand will write and executive produce, with Morrow, John Falsey, and Ben Silverman executive producing. Universal Television will produce. Brand and Falsey co-created the original series. The duo also co-created the medical drama “St. Elsewhere” as well as shows like “A Year in the Life,” “Going to Extremes,” and “I’ll Fly Away.”

“Northern Exposure” ran for six seasons and over 100 episodes
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Gold Derby readers nearly unanimous that Ricky Gervais should host 2019 Golden Globes after 3-year break [Poll Results]

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Gold Derby readers nearly unanimous that Ricky Gervais should host 2019 Golden Globes after 3-year break [Poll Results]
“I miss seeing Ricky host the Globes!” That’s how a whopping 89% of Gold Derby readers voted in our recent poll that asked whether four-time Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais should return to host the 2019 ceremony. It’s been three years since Gervais last graced the stage, as NBC’s late-night stars Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers hosted in 2017 and 2018, respectively. Rounding out the results of our poll, 6% of readers voted “Maybe — I’ll have to think about it more” while 5% of haters said “No — Ricky was way too mean.”

See[Photos] Top 13 most outrageous Golden Globes moments ever, from Angelina Jolie to Ricky Gervais

For many decades the Hollywood Foreign Press Association opted not to have a host, with John Larroquette and Janine Turner serving as the first official emcees at the 52nd ceremony in 1995. Then 15 years later Gervais was asked to be the first-ever solo host at the 67th ceremony,
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Giveaway – Win an October Horror bundle from Eureka Video

With Halloween fast approaching, the folks at Eureka Video have kindly supplied us with three rather fantastic October Horror bundles to give away featuring Monkey Shines, Troll: The Complete Collection and Night of the Creeps! Read on for details…

From writer / director George A. Romero, the man who unleashed Night of the Living Dead, comes a terrific psychological thriller that delivers a disturbing message about messing with Mother Nature. Starring Jason Beghe and Janine Turner, this riveting tale is a white-knuckle triumph that doesn’t let up!

Allan Mann (Jason Beghe) is a bitter, angry and vengeful man ever since an accident left him paralysed from the neck down. He’s fed up with himself and everyone around him. All that changes when he’s given Ella, a monkey trained to meet his every need. But when Ella begins anticipating Allan’s thoughts, strange and deadly things start happening. And
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Class of 88: Monkey Shines: The Strange Case of Two Jekylls and a Killer Monkey

Monkey Shines finds George A. Romero in the somewhat unusual position of adapting someone else’s work. Brought onto the project after the dissolution of his partnership with producer Richard P. Rubinstein, Romero claims this was the only time he ever adapted someone else’s work besides Stephen King (though I’m unsure how The Crazies and Two Evil Eyes figure into his estimation). Perhaps it’s this circumstance that results in Monkey Shines being considered one of Romero’s lesser works. As the writer and director known for inventing the modern zombie and injecting strong sociopolitical messages into independent horror cinema, tackling what looks to be a scientific thriller à la Michael Crichton for his first major studio-backed film seems beneath his talents. Yet, I can’t imagine anyone else directing this film and achieving similarly successful results.

Monkey Shines tells the story of Allan Mann (Jason Beghe), an
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Today in Soap Opera History (May 10)

1967: Dark Shadows' Carolyn wanted to check out the locked room.

1982: Gh's Laura Templeton did not want to leave Port Charles.

1985: Days of our Lives' Anna and Tony made love.

2002: Passions' Theresa confessed to Julian's murder."All true histories contain instruction; though, in some, the treasure may be hard to find, and when found, so trivial in quantity that the dry, shrivelled kernel scarcely compensates for the trouble of cracking the nut."

Anne Brontë in "Agnes Grey"

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1950: On Irna Phillips' Today's Children, Chris knew the only way to determine whether the fingerprints on the package were
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Golden Globes Review: Seth Meyers Went for the Jugular and Oprah Brought Down the House in One Helluva Show

Golden Globes Review: Seth Meyers Went for the Jugular and Oprah Brought Down the House in One Helluva Show
Before Seth Meyers set foot in the Beverly Hilton Hotel Sunday night, he was already in a hole. As a man hosting a Golden Globes ceremony that was rightfully being driven by women’s stories, the question on the tip of everyone’s tongue was why a woman wasn’t running point at HFPA’s 75th celebration.

And to be clear, there’s not a good reason one wasn’t. Aside from picking past hosts like Amy Poehler & Tina Fey, Janine Turner, or… well, that’s it (the Globes didn’t use a host regularly until 2010), there are a slew of incredible comediennes who would’ve absolutely killed it this year. We would’ve loved to see that show. Really, it would’ve been incredible — but the show we got wasn’t Meyers’ to claim. He delivered a damn fine and exceptionally funny performance under raw, delicate conditions, but this was Oprah’s Golden Globes,
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Northern Exposure: A Revival? Cast Says "Something Is in the Works"

Could there be a Northern Exposure revival? Recently, the cast of the CBS TV show told the Today show that "something is in the works," The Wrap reports.The '90s dramedy followed Dr. Joel Fleischman (Rob Morrow), a New York City physician who is sent to the small town of Cicely, Alaska. The cast also includes Barry Corbin, Janine Turner, John Cullum, Cynthia Geary, and John Corbett. The show originally ran for six seasons between 1990 and 1995.Read More…
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Horror Highlights: Talking With Chris Hardwick Guests, Larry Cohen Retrospective Screenings, Teenage Ghost Punk

Chris Hardwick is truly the man with many talk shows! Soon, AMC will introduce viewers to Talking with Chris Hardwick, which premieres on Sunday, April 9th! The lineup of guests is pretty interesting and includes Bryan Cranston and Elijah Wood. Also: details on screenings of Larry Cohen's films at The Quad and release details for Teenage Ghost Punk.

Talking With Chris Hardwick's First Lineup of Guests Revealed: Press Release: "New York, NY – March 30, 2017 – AMC announced today an initial lineup of guests set to appear on “Talking with Chris Hardwick,” an extension of the #1 talk show on television, “Talking Dead.” Guests include (not in air order): Michelle Monaghan, Charlie Hunnam, Connie Britton, Justin Theroux, Bryan Cranston, Elijah Wood, Damon Lindelof, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and the cast of “Silicon Valley.” Additional guests will be announced soon. “Talking with Chris Hardwick” premieres on Sunday, April 9 at 11:00 p.m.
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‘Alias’ Reunion, ‘Parks and Recreation’ Screening Party Highlight New Additions to Atx Television Festival

‘Alias’ Reunion, ‘Parks and Recreation’ Screening Party Highlight New Additions to Atx Television Festival
If you’ve been missing Sydney Bristow, better book a ticket to Austin, TX. The Atx Television Festival announced today it will be hosting an “Alias” writers’ room reunion featuring many of the show’s long-time scribes, including Ken Olin, Lawrence Trilling, Sarah Caplan, Monica Breen, Jeff Pinkner, Andre Nemec, and Josh Appelbaum.

Creator J.J. Abrams has yet to be confirmed, but additional panelists will be announced at a later date. Last year, the Atx Festival hosted a writers’ room reunion for “The O.C.” that included creator Josh Schwartz.

Also announced this afternoon was a “Parks and Recreation” community screening. For the first five seasons of the festival, the Austin-based event celebrated an Austin-based show: “Friday Night Lights.” But last year marked the final tailgate party / community screening for the beloved series, and festival programmers found a more than fitting replacement in “Parks and Recreation.”

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Golden Globe Awards

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Golden Globe Awards
Are you emotionally prepared for awards season?

Well, it’s officially upon us, with the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards airing on Sunday, Jan. 8, at 8 p.m. Et/5 p.m. Pt on NBC.

In anticipation of the show, hosted this year by Jimmy Fallon, we’re taking a look at some of the most interesting pieces of Globes trivia. Study this list carefully so you can sound extra-interesting at your viewing party.

1. The biggest Globes shutouts of all time were Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1967) and The Godfather, Part III (1991). Both films received seven nominations, but zero Globes.

2. One
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Expendables 4 Will Be Different, Stallone Teases Cliffhanger Tie-In

Expendables 4 Will Be Different, Stallone Teases Cliffhanger Tie-In
Just as 2016 was coming to a close, it was confirmed that Lionsgate is moving ahead with The Expendables 4. Now, star and creator of the franchise Sylvester Stallone has offered an update. It sounds like it will be his next project, with shooting to take place in 2017 for a 2018 release date. In a special message delivered high above the skies of Florida via Facebook, Sly promises this final sequel will be something different. And he gives a tantalizing tease as to what, or whom, we may expect.

"Flying high in the sky, come fly with me! Okay, that's right, I know. Frank Sinatra is not rolling over in his grave and I don't blame him! Anyway, I'm on my way to Florida looking forward to that event, and I'm going to start working out. Working out for the next Expendables, that's going to be great! Fingers crossed. We're going to do our best,
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Designing Women Cast Will Reunite at Atx Festival 2017

Designing Women Cast Will Reunite at Atx Festival 2017
A version of this article originally appeared on EW.com.

The casts of two popular ’80s television series are reuniting at Atx Television Festival next year.

On Thursday, the Austin-based festival announced the cast and creator of CBS’ Designing Women will reunite for a special 30th anniversary panel. Stars Delta Burke, Annie Potts, Jean Smart, Gerald McRaney, Hal Holbrook and Douglas Barr will join creator and executive producer Linda Bloodworth-Thomason for the event. The festival is also planning retrospectives for Bloodworth-Thomason’s Evening Shade and Hearts Afire.

The cast of the quirky CBS comedy-drama Northern Exposure will also get together at Atx next year.
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Jimmy Fallon to Host Golden Globes

Jimmy Fallon to Host Golden Globes
Jimmy Fallon will host the 74th Annual Golden Globes Awards, which will air Sunday January 8th, 2017, 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Et on NBC.

Fallon will be just the fourth person to host the awards show since Ricky Gervais revived the Mc gig in 2010 (the Golden Globes had long operated without a host, save a 1995 show led by John Larroquette and Janine Turner). Since then, the British comedian has hosted four times — including January's show — while Tina Fey and Amy Poehler have co-hosted three times.

In a statement, NBC Entertainment
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Watch the first trailer for Solace starring Anthony Hopkins, Colin Farrell, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Abbie Cornish

The first trailer has arrived online for serial killer flick Solace, which stars Anthony Hopkins, Colin Farrell, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Abbie Cornish. Check it out below…

Solace tells the story of a veteran FBI detective (Morgan) and his younger ambitious partner (Cornish) who enlist the help of the reclusive, retired civilian analyst, Dr. Clancy (Hopkins) to help solve a series of bizarre murders.

When Clancy’s exceptional intuitive powers, which come in the form of vivid and disturbing visions, put him on the trail of the killer (Farrell), the doctor soon realizes his gift of second sight is little match against the extraordinary powers of this elusive murderer on a mission.

Solace is directed by Alfonso Poyart (2 Rabbits) and also stars Xander Berkeley, Marley Shelton, Janine Turner and Kenny Johnson. The film was shot in 2013 and is still without a UK or Us release date, but will open in France next month.
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Director Larry Cohen to Be Celebrated By American Cinematheque and Cinefamily

Director Larry Cohen to Be Celebrated By American Cinematheque and Cinefamily
Read More: Raised in Fear: Coping with Excess in Larry Cohen's It's Alive Larry Cohen, the writer behind 2002's "Phone Booth" and director of "A Return to Salem's Lot," will be recognized for his work spanning from the 1970s to the 1990s with special screenings courtesy of American Cinematheque and Cinefamily. On August 6 at 7:30pm at the Egyptian Theater, American Cinematheque will show a Cohen double feature in "A Night of the Living '80s: A New Wave of Horror." Cohen's "Special Effects," starring Eric Bogosian, as well as "The Ambulance," starring Eric Roberts, Janine Turner, Red Buttons and James Earl Jones, will be screened. The double feature will be followed by a discussion moderated by film historian David Del Valle.  Cinefamily will have a midnight screening of Cohen's "God Told Me To" (1976) on August 21 at the Silent Movie Theater, which will be followed by a Q&A with Cohen.
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