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Shooter

Network: USA Network  

Episodes: 31 (hour)

Seasons: Three

TV show dates: November 15, 2016 -- September 13, 2018

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Ryan Phillippe, Shantel VanSanten, Omar Epps, Eddie McClintock, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Tembi Locke, David Marciano, and Sean Cameron Michael.

TV show description:      

Based on a novel by Stephen Hunter and the 2007 feature film, this TV show revolves around an expert marksman who is coaxed back into action for what seems like the most important mission of his lifetime.

Born the son of a Medal of Honor-winning Marine, Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe) followed his father's footsteps into the Corps and became the greatest sniper in the history of the U.S. Marines. After several successful tours and countless heroic (though not always authorized) actions, Bob Lee was wounded in battle, both physically and
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New Celeb PSAs Call On Men To Say #Iwillspeakup

Most men are not abusive. But far too often, they are silent about the abuse committed by other men. This week, Mariska Hargitay's Joyful Heart Foundation, in conjunction with {charity:a Call to Men (Actm) is releasing a new PSA campaign that highlights the importance of men’s role in speaking up and supporting survivors of sexual assault, abuse and harassment.

Video: Next Time (Cut 1) 30 Seconds

The PSA features notable actors Andre Braugher, Tate Donovan, Anthony Edwards, Raúl Esparza, Dann Florek, Peter Hermann, Max Joseph, Daniel Dae Kim, David Marciano, Chris Meloni, Danny Pino, Andrew Rannells, and Blair Underwood calling on other men to speak out against the violence and abuse that happens every single day in our country. The campaign, “#Iwillspeakup,” magnifies the effect of men’s silence — silence that allows violence against women and girls to go unchecked and perpetuates it in our families, in our workplaces, on college campuses,
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Shooter: Season Two of USA Series Will Have Fewer Episodes

Shooter fans are in for some unfortunate news. Deadline reports season two of the USA Network TV show will have fewer episodes than originally planned.The thriller drama centers on Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe), a retired marksman expert who is coaxed back into action when someone threatens to assassinate the president. The cast also includes Shantel VanSanten, Omar Epps, Eddie McClintock, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Tembi Locke, David Marciano, and Sean Cameron Michael.Read More…
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Shooter: Season Two; First Look Photos Released by USA

What's next for Shooter? Recently, USA Network released new photos from the TV show's upcoming second season.The thriller drama centers on Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe), a retired marksman expert who is coaxed back into action when someone threatens to assassinate the president. The cast also includes Shantel VanSanten, Omar Epps, Eddie McClintock, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Tembi Locke, David Marciano, and Sean Cameron Michael.Read More…
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Shooter: Season Two; Beverly D’Angelo Returning, Three Added to USA Drama Series

Some new and familiar faces are coming to season two of Shooter. Deadline reports Beverly D'Angelo will return for the new season of the USA Network TV show alongside three new cast members.The action drama follows Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe), a retired marksman who is coaxed back into action when a sniper threatens to assassinate the president. The cast also includes Shantel VanSanten, Omar Epps, Eddie McClintock, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Tembi Locke, David Marciano, and Sean Cameron Michael.Read More…
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Shooter: Season Two; Josh Stewart Joins the USA TV Show

Shooter has some new company. Deadline reports Josh Stewart has joined season two of the USA Network TV show.The action drama follows Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe), a retired marksman who is coaxed back into action when a sniper threatens to assassinate the president. The cast also includes Shantel VanSanten, Omar Epps, Eddie McClintock, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Tembi Locke, David Marciano, and Sean Cameron Michael.Read More…
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Shooter: Season One Ratings

While mostly known for his work in movies, Ryan Phillippe drew positive reviews for his work in ABC's Secrets and Lies TV show (a series that was renewed for a second season, despite low ratings). How will Shooter, his new series, do in the ratings? Will it be a hit? Will Shooter be cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.The Shooter TV show revolves around expert marksman Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe). He’s retired and living in exile but is coaxed back into action for what seems like the most important mission of his lifetime. A sniper threatens to assassinate the President and Swagger soon finds himself the patsy in a massive conspiracy. Can he clear his name? The rest of the cast includes Shantel VanSanten, Omar Epps, Eddie McClintock, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Tembi Locke, David Marciano, and Sean Cameron Michael.Read
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Watch “The Witness” in 12 Monkeys Season 2 Teaser Video

The mysterious and creepy character known as The Witness lurks through time in a new teaser video for 12 Monkeys Season 2, premiering April 18th on Syfy.

Press Release: Los Angeles – March 22, 2016 – Syfy’s critically-acclaimed time-travel thriller 12 Monkeys returns for its second season on Monday, April 18 at 9Pm Et/Pt with 13 all-new episodes. Aaron Stanford (James Cole), Amanda Schull (Dr. Cassandra Railly), Kirk Acevedo (Ramse), Barbara Sukowa (Katarina Jones), Emily Hampshire (Jennifer Goines) and Todd Stashwick (Deacon) once again star in the drama from co-creators Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett (“Nikita”).

12 Monkeys follows the journey of James Cole (Aaron Stanford), a man from 2043 sent back in time to stop a malevolent organization known as the Army of the 12 Monkeys from destroying the world. Joining forces with Dr. Cassandra Railly (Amanda Schull) here in the present day, Cole must untangle an insidious conspiracy that’s been spun throughout centuries. As Cole, Dr. Railly
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Jacqueline Piñol Joins Amazon’s ‘Bosch’; Tania Gunadi In Epix’s ‘Graves’

Exclusive: Jacqueline Piñol has booked a recurring role on Amazon's drama series Bosch. She will play Detective Julie Espinosa, a veteran in the Lapd’s robbery/homicide division, in a multi-episode arc. She is appointed by Frank Silva (Nestor Serrano) as co-lead on an investigation along with Coniff (David Marciano) to help out Deputy Chief Irving (Lance Reddick). Bosch is a police procedural based on Michael Connelly's novels about a veteran homicide detective with the…
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TV News: Monkeys, Man, Snowfall, Daily, Narcos

12 Monkeys

David Marciano ("Homeland") and David Dastmalchian ("Ant-Man") have scored guest roles on the upcoming second season of Syfy's "12 Monkeys". Both will debut in episode six of the sci-fi thriller’s second season in scenes set in 1975.

Marciano will play a NYPD detective who is following a serial killer who has a dangerous affiliation with the Army of the 12 Monkeys. Dastmalchian plays a Vietnam vet whose mind is connected to time in a unique way. [Source: Variety]

The Daily Show

Comedy Central has released a new promo for the first episode of South African stand-up comedian Trevor Noah's new stint as host of "The Daily Show," taking over for Jon Stewart in the big chair from September 28th.

The Man Who Wasn't

Thomas Caplan's Ty Hunter novel series are getting a TV series adaptation with the hunky Trevor Donovan attached to the series in the lead role.

Garth Ancier will produce
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'Wicked Tuna' Star David Marciano Arrested for Very Aggressive Flirting

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"Wicked Tuna" star David Marciano does Not have a way with women -- he was arrested for allegedly grabbing a hotel employee by her hair ..in a flirting move gone awry.  According to cops in Morehead City, North Carolina -- the town where "Wicked Tuna" is filming -- Marciano was busted for assault around 1:10 Am Monday. Police say Marciano grabbed the woman's ponytail in a lame attempt to get frisky ... but it wasn't well received.
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'Homeland' Season 3: Carrie and Jess meet and more photo spoilers

Showtime has released a new batch of "Homeland" Season 3 photos, and these images from episode 3 ("Tower of David") through episode 5 ("The Yoga Play") reveal some pretty big spoilers from the upcoming three episodes. If you want to remain spoiler-free, don't read ahead.

When "Uh ... Oh ... Ah ..." ended, Carrie was left drugged up in a mental institution, Saul was on the outs with Senator Lockwood and Brody has been nowhere to be found. It's already been revealed that Brody returns in "Tower of David," but beyond that it looks like "Homeland" is due for some shakeups.

Virgil is back. A photo from episode 4, "Game On," shows that David Marciano's character Virgil makes a reappearance. He's been absent thus far in Season 3, but it looks like he's due for a comeback. Usually Virgil's appearances involve Carrie doing some off-the-radar snooping, so it could be that she's going off the books again.
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Homeland Series 3 – Why It Should Be Its Last Season

It is a mantra repeated by many that several of America’s finest series’ have overdone it. Now this has reached a-whole-nother level insofar as a third series of a show is seen as simply establishing the characters with many more expected to come. Some TV shows, such as the once great family comedy The Simpsons – currently on its 24th season – don’t seem to grasp the concept that you can indeed have too much of a good thing.

The first series of Homeland saw a multitude of twists and turns, with each episode as good as the previous edition. The clearly intertwined mixture of narrative strands was well-worked to say the least; the love affair of Brody and Carrie, the tension between David and Saul and the search for Abu Nazir – all were equally as captivating as each other. After 12 episodes of sheer genius, award-worthy acting and enthralling writing,

Less Of David Marciano’s Virgil For Homeland Season 3

Aww! Say it ain’t so! Actor David Marciano will no longer be a series regular when Homeland‘s Season 3 returns to Showtime.

Marciano has been playing Virgil, Carrie’s “go to” surveillance guy, since the show’s pilot premiered. The former CIA employee went freelance and aside from being able to do work Carrie doesn’t necessarily want to Agency to know about, Virgil is also someone Carrie knows she can trust. Let me tell you, when it comes to National Security, those true blue folks get to be very few, and with Carrie’s mental health being a question, the list shrinks even more.

The character of Virgil was a recurring one during season 1, but was bumped up to a series regular for the last season, which was season 2. I like Virgil. He’s brutally honest when Carrie needs it and he really knows what he’s doing.
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Drea de Matteo back on 'Sons of Anarchy'; 'Homeland' loses a regular

Season 6 of "Sons of Anarchy" will feature more of Jax's ex-wife, Wendy, whether Jax likes it or not.

Drea de Matteo will reprise her role as Wendy -- whom Jax (Charlie Hunnam) injected heroin into late last year after she threatened his family -- in the coming season, TVLine reports. She's set to appear in several episodes.

Season 5 left off with Tara (Maggie Siff) being arrested as an accessory to murder in Otto's (creator Kurt Sutter) killing of a prison nurse. Perhaps Wendy can lend a hand with the kids?

More TV news and notes:

- David Marciano is no longer part of the regular cast of "Homeland," although he may still recur as Virgil on the show's third season. With Brody (Damian Lewis) now on the run and the storytelling shift that implies, Carrie (Claire Danes) may not need Virgil's surveillance services as much anymore. [Deadline]

- History is looking
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Brace Yourself for Less Virgil on Homeland

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Brace Yourself for Less Virgil on Homeland
Last season's Homeland finale made it pretty clear that some of the characters we'd grown to love and hate wouldn't be returning for next season. But now it appears that list of departing characters is a little longer than we thought: David Marciano's Virgil won't be a regular character anymore, according to Deadline, though he might still appear as a guest star. No Abu Nazir and now no/way less Virgil? Season three of Homeland, check yourself before you wreck yourself.
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David Marciano Departs ‘Homeland’ As Regular, Preps Cable Prison Drama

David Marciano Departs ‘Homeland’ As Regular, Preps Cable Prison Drama
Exclusive: With Brody headed out of the country in the second-season finale of Showtime’s Homeland, Carrie won’t have to rely as heavily on her off-the-books snoop extraordinaire Virgil. David Marciano has played the role since the pilot, recurring in Season 1 and promoted to regular in Season 2. Now I’ve learned the actor won’t return to the Emmy-winning series as a regular next season. though he may still appear on the show as a recurring guest star. Marciano is the second Homeland cast member who won’t continue as regulars on Season 3, alongside Diego Klattenhoff. Three other regulars in Season – David Harewood, Jamie Sheridan and Navid Negahban — are leaving as their characters got killed off. The five shared in Homeland‘s best drama series ensemble SAG nomination this year. The rest of Homeland‘s regular cast, led by Claire Danes, Damian Lewis, Mandy Patinkin and Morena Baccarin, will
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'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' Explores 'Legitimate Rape' Case

'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' Explores 'Legitimate Rape' Case
Ripped from headlines has always been a staple of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," but the latest headline ripped was one of its biggest yet. Senatorial candidate Todd Akin used the phrase "legitimate rape" -- saying that victims of that have ways of biologically shutting down their ability to get pregnant -- during his political campaign. In the episode, a congressman was brought in to use that defense in a rape case.

Lauren Cohan ("The Walking Dead") portrayed Avery Jordan, a sports reporter who was raped by her cameraman, played by David Marciano ("Homeland"). Only, one juror bought the "legitimate rape" argument, and he was able to get off on those charges. Then, he sued her for custody of the child, ultimately winning limited visitation. It was too much for the new mother to take, who fled with the child.

While the "legitimate rape" argument was determined a contributing factor
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Geek Girl Navigating the World – There’s Nothing Wrong with a Humorous Cop

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There’s been a lot of doom and gloom in the Geek Girl columns of late. I blame some of that on winter TV. Networks seem to run shows that are darker and more depressing during the winter. This isn’t to say that I couldn’t find some happier fare if I just set my mind to looking for it, but so much of it seems so inane that I end up losing interest pretty easily.

One of the things that I do seem to end up watching frequently are cop shows and procedural dramas. That’s no surprise, given the columns about “Castle” and “Elementary” earlier. It’s not a preference that I trouble myself over too much. I’ve also established that I am a fan of the genre blender. Mash-ups, especially those that seem unlikely but still manage to work have a way of drawing me in like nothing else.
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What to Watch Wednesday: Psych Gets a Clue, the Whitney and Neighbors Finales and More

What to Watch Wednesday: Psych Gets a Clue, the Whitney and Neighbors Finales and More
On TV this Wednesday: It’s Psych‘s 100th… in the study… with the wrench! Also, The Neighbors host both Starfleet and the Rebel Alliance in the season finale, it’s last call for Whitney and Law & Order: Svu takes a Walking Dead star on a legitimately thorny journey.As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

Preview | Arrow Meeting Roy Harper ‘Is Going to Drive the Fans Crazy,’ Says Colton Haynes

Preview | Arrow Video: Watch Oliver Leap Across the City – and Lose His Temper With Felicity!

8 pm Whitney (NBC
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