“Self/less,” which opens on July 10, 2015 and is rated “PG-13,” also stars Natalie Martinez, Matthew Goode, Victor Garber, Derek Luke, Michelle Dockery, Derek Luke, Jaynee-Lynne Kinchen, Melora Hardin, Michelle Dockery and Sam Page from director Tarsem Singh and writers David Pastor and Àlex Pastor.
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In the wake of the pirated leak of an advanced DVD screener of the first four episodes of HBO's "Game of Thrones" this season, the cable network has announced a change to its policy.
HBO has confirmed that it is shifting to a streaming-only policy for advance reviews of its programming, ending years of mailed out DVDs to critics and journalists. The shift takes affect as of Tuesday with the next batch of "Veep" episodes to be made available through HBO’s secure streaming site. [Source: Variety]
A new report suggests David Fincher's 1983 Los Angeles-set music video comedy series "Video
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This episode focuses on avoiding a government shutdown, with Frank extending an olive branch to the Republicans of agreeing to raise the retirement age and make some entitlement reform if the Republicans will pass the omnibus bill.
The way Frank figures, the retirement age is going to be raised eventually, so why not make a show of bipartisanship and get credit?
Everything seems fine, with Frank working with Senate Majority Leader Hector Mendoza to hammer out a compromise and get him to write in a formal agreement that if the Senate passes the retirement age amendment, it will signify passage of the entire omnibus bill.
Except Tea Party leader Curtis Haas balks and takes his caucus with him. The Republicans' absence means
A small-screen follow-up/companion piece to The Avengers, Iron Man 3 and other Marvel-ous movies, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. resurrects (or did it?) Agent Phil Coulson (again played by Clark Gregg) for the purpose of assembling a team of agents that will investigate extra-normal and superhuman people (but never “mutants,” says 20th Century Fox’s lawyers!) and events worldwide.
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The cast is populated by ER alum Ming-Na Wen as Melinda May,
Most Coveted Import: Forget those “reports” that Welsh hunk Tom Ellis was going to help Downton Abbey’s Lady Mary get over Matthew’s death. TVLine says that instead, he’ll be heading to the spook opera Gothica.
Best Flashback: Longtime General Hospital viewers are thrilled that everything old is new again now that the show is revisiting the legendary Luke/Laura/Scott triangle.
Why We Are Terrible People: Fine, we’ll admit it… the Radaronline.com claim that The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills producers are working overtime to get LeAnn Rimes to
The upcoming season of Arrested Development will feature 14 episodes that each tell their own story. Each one will have elements that connect to each other, eventually giving a bigger picture when the whole season has been watched. As Alyssa Rosenberg of Think Progress notes, that makes it the first TV show that can be watched in any order, making it a show that can be watched in a nonlinear fashion, something that could only be achieved on a streaming service like Netflix.
Apparently, ABC chief Paul Lee was so enthusiastic about Joss Whedon's S.H.I.E.L.D. pilot when talking to reporters at the TCA that its difficult to imagine it not making the fall schedule.
You can't fire Britney Spears, she quits!
I may have run out of patience with Whitney Cummings' sitcoms,
Here's even more reason to keep hoping for Last Resort to survive (aside from being a very compelling show): Sam Page will appear on the thriller, playing the brother of military contractor, Kylie.
Happy Endings has found Brad's new boss — David Alan Grier will play the role.
I've repeatedly suppressed the urge to wish for Count Vertigo to appear on Arrow. He's the only Green Arrow villain I know (aside from heroin addiction) but he also doesn't belong to the non-powered corner of the DC Universe. Thus, imagine my surprise at the news that Vertigo will be the season's big villain... and interestingly he'll have some version of his powers. I'm still keeping my fingers crossed for Cheshire, though.
Reelz will air the second season of Bomb Girls.
ABC is developing a comedy starring out Chelsea Lately panelist Fortune Feimster.
Speaking of Mitt ...
Below you can take a look at The Undecided Ohio Voters, written and directed by our pal Bryan Safi.
Speaking of voting ... the Gay Ghost Apocalypse could be upon us.
Below you can see Jimmy Kimmel's annual Halloween kids' torment.
The two installments had two things in common: first, Lightman took both jobs to help a child; second, Lightman was as great as he has ever been.
While the writing for both episodes was exceptional, I found that I was really drawn to "Funhouse" a bit more. From Lightman eating a banana while sitting calmly in the middle of a patient fight where everyone else was standing, to him talking to his mother, who very well played by Paula Malcomson, I thought the episode was one of the best ever done.
I will freely admit that I have been a big fan of Malcomson since I first saw her on Deadwood years ago. But, really, it was Tim Roth who made the episode as satisfying as it was. He did such a great job of acting drugged up,
Cal and Co. pull double duty as they return from their six-week holiday hiatus with two episodes, airing back to back. First up: A rich friend of Cal's daughter whose father is in a pricey mental hospital thinks something fishy is going on, so Cal gets himself committed there to snoop around. But Cal might not be just acting crazy. Paula Malcolmson (Sons of Anarchy) plays Cal's late mother in a hallucination sequence. Then a wealthy woman hires the Lightman Group to check out her new young boyfriend (Sam Page). There's something fishy about him, too. — Paul Droesch
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9/8c | The Cape (NBC) | David Lyons, Summer Glau, James Frain and a scene-stealing Keith David star in this pulp-y look at a costumed hero fighting to get his life back. (See related TVLine Q&A.)
9 pm | Californication (Showtime) 9:30 pm | Hank must face the music for his unwitting act of statutory rape. Annnnd on a lighter note, guests for Season 4 include Rob Lowe (channeling Brad Pitt), Carla Gugino (Sin City) and Michael Ealy
These days, student-teacher hookups are all over T.V. once again... but this time, they're accidental.
Say you're a teenage girl and you're out at one of your favorite hangouts. You bump into a very attractive guy, meet-cute style. You talk. He stares soulfully into your eyes. You make a deep connection. Then, depending on how mature you're feeling, you either kiss a little, have a steamy bathroom make-out session, or spend the night together "talking" in his bed. The next morning - bam! You discover he's your teacher.
If you can relate,
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Tim Gunn Guest Stars / Jenny’S (Taylor Momsen) Back!
Although Blair (Leighton Meester) made it perfectly clear that Little J was no longer welcome in Manhattan after what happened with Chuck (Ed Westwick), Jenny (Taylor Momsen) is tempted by a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet Tim Gunn (“Project Runway”), which could be a game changer for her future.
Meanwhile, Serena (Blake Likely) discovers something about her new boyfriend, Colin (guest star Sam Page), that may put an end to their relationship just as it was getting good. Penn Badgley,
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