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Sci-fi Actioner Incoming Sets the International Space Station on Fire in this First Trailer

A new sci-fi film is coming to home entertainment platforms. The film, from director Eric Zaragoza, was shot in Belgrade, Serbia. This title stars Scott Adkins Aaron McCusker, Dominic Power and Michelle Lehane. In this release, the international space station is now a prison, holding the Wolf Pack. When the prisoners break free, the station begins to lose its orbit and everyone on Earth is in jeopardy. This Premiere Entertainment Group production, will see Digital platforms, in early May. The trailer for this indie thriller shows CIA Agent Reiser (Adkins) and the Wolf Pack. Several groups fight for control of the space station. The prisoners hope to turn the station into a missile, aimed at Moscow. Meanwhile, Reiser wants to put the escapees back in their cell. With no Geneva Convention in space, Reiser can use whatever tools necessary to get the job done. Incoming will have its Digital premiere,
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Scott Adkins Goes to Space Prison in First Trailer for Sci-Fi 'Incoming'

"This place gets overrun, game over." XLrator Media has released an official trailer for sci-fi action thriller Incoming, from newcomer director Eric Zaragoza. This action space prison movie stars Scott Adkins as a rogue CIA agent who has to fight bad guys to save the International Space Station, which is now a prison, after terrorists take over and turn it into a missile aimed at Moscow. It sounds crazy, looks crazy. The cast includes Aaron McCusker, Alaa Safi, Milorad Kapor, Dominic Power, Michelle Lehane, Arkie Reece, and Lukas Loughran. Surprise, this looks pretty dang bad, but we knew it would, right? Haven't we seen enough of space prisons, after Lockout copying Escape from New York? I guess not. Well, jump in. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Eric Zaragoza's Incoming, direct from YouTube: The International Space Station is now a prison -- the ultimate black site. No one's getting out.
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Exclusive Incoming Trailer: Scott Adkins Goes to Space

"The Geneva Convention doesn't apply ... in space." If there is one thing in this crazy film world that we can depend upon, it's that Scott Adkins will always kick butt, no matter if he's embodying a mixed martial artist, a debt collector, or a rogue CIA agent in space as he is doing in his starring role in what I'm sure will be a rousing sci-fi action thriller, titled Incoming. The setting, however, helps to make this a unique and distinctive experience for Mr. Adkins. He stars along with Aaron McCusker, Alaa Safi, Michelle Lehane, and Dominic Power. Eric Zaragoza directed. Here's the official synopsis: "The International Space Station is now a prison -- the ultimate black site. No one's getting out. And no...

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Incoming Trailer: In Space No One Can Hear Scott Adkins Kick Ass

Here's something fun for a Friday. A trailer has appeared for a sci-fi indie called Incoming starring Scott Adkins. That's right, Scott Adkins is going to space.

Directed by Eric Zaragoza the film co-stars Aaron McCusker, Alaa Safi, Michelle Lehane and Dominic Power.

Synopsis:

The International Space Station is now a prison -- the ultimate black site. No one's getting out. And no one knows it's there. But when the imprisoned terrorists take over the Station and turn it into a missile aimed at Moscow, only a shuttle pilot and a rookie doctor can stop them. Their task is complicated by a rogue CIA agent (Scott Adkins) who has his own plans for the station and the terrorists within.

Incoming will be available May 4, 2018.

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What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - The Honourable Woman, Scandal

Educating Yorkshire: One Year On: Channel 4 - 9pm

Channel 4 returns to Thornhill Community Academy in Dewsbury 12 months after shooting its award-winning documentary series.

A year after bringing the nation to tears by overcoming his stutter, Mushy is now at college, while Mr Mitchell, Mr Steer and Mr Burton are readying themselves for Gcse results day.

The Honourable Woman: BBC Two - 9pm

Hugo Blick's political thriller concludes. A thrilling climax in the desert wastelands sees Nessa (Maggie Gyllenhaal) fighting to save both her life and that of the kidnapped child as she attempts to make her way home.

Meanwhile, Hayden-Hoyle (Stephen Rea) uncovers that Nessa has been manipulated both by people close to her and by governments intent on exploiting her work.

Scandal: Sky Living - 9pm

The third season of Sky Living's hot Us import continues, as Mellie (Bellamy Young) and Cyrus
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Channel 5's Suspects: Watch EastEnders star Charlie Brooks in new clip

EastEnders actress Charlie Brooks features in a new clip from Channel 5's Suspects.

Brooks plays Tanya Moxton in series two of the semi-improvised police drama, which returns tonight with the first of a two-parter.

The widow of a murder victim, Tanya soon falls under suspicion herself as Di Martha Bellamy (Fay Ripley), DS Jack Weston (Damien Molony) and DC Charlie Steele (Clare-Hope Ashitey) investigate the killing.

Dominic Power (Emmerdale), Claire Cooper (Hollyoaks) and Luke Newberry (In The Flesh) also feature in the Suspects double bill.

Part one airs at 10pm tonight on Channel 5, with the concluding part transmitting tomorrow (August 21).

Suspects returns: How Towie and The Bill spawned Channel 5's drama hit

Suspects to air new episodes in autumn and 2015 on Channel 5
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What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - Suspects, Great British Bake Off

The Great British Bake Off: BBC One, 8pm

It's week three for Bake Off's first BBC One outing and, having tackled cakes and biscuits, tonight we're moving into Paul Hollywood's speciality area - bread.

Expect plenty of 'rye' observations from Mel and Sue as we find out which of the ten remaining bakers will rise to the challenge.

Veep: Sky Atlantic, 9.35pm

Sky Atlantic's classy HBO comedy import continues. In episode six of ten, Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) has a close call at a gun show in Detroit, but isn't happy when her daughter ends up stealing the spotlight.

Law & Order: Svu and True Blood veteran Christopher Meloni kicks off a guest arc this week, bringing his trademark brand of intensity to the part of Ray, Selina's new personal trainer.

The Mimic: Channel 4, 10pm

Series two of this undervalued gem draws to a close tonight,
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Suspects returns: How Towie and The Bill spawned Channel 5's drama hit

Channel 5's first original drama series for eight years, police procedural Suspects was seen by many as a huge risk when it launched earlier this year - unscripted, unglamorous, untested waters.

"I remember our production meeting for the first series," says Paul Marquess - Suspects co-creator and managing director of producers Newman Street. "I could just see the fear - people thinking I'd lost the plot."

But the semi-improvised series - which has its cast work not from a traditional script, but a detailed story document - was far from a failure. Instead, it proved to be one of the most diverting and original UK cop shows in recent memory, drawing an enormously positive reaction from critics.

"Everyone worked so hard on the show last year to make it great, but I was genuinely surprised at how well it was received," says Damien Molony, who plays passionate Detective Sergeant Jack Weston.
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Suspects series 2 premiere date announced by Channel 5

Suspects will return to Channel 5 later this month.

The semi-improvised crime drama will launch its second series over two nights on Wednesday, August 20 and Thursday, August 21 at 10pm.

Fay Ripley, Damien Molony and Clare-Hope Ashitey will reprise their roles from the first series, with In the Flesh actor Luke Newberry joining the cast for the new episodes.

Last month, it was announced that EastEnders actress Charlie Brooks and Emmerdale's Dominic Power will guest star in Suspects.

Meanwhile, Claire Cooper (Hollyoaks), Katie Jarvis (Fish Tank), Emmett Scanlan (The Fall) and Ben Peel (The Fall) will all feature in upcoming episodes.

Devised by Paul Marquess (The Bill, Footballers' Wives), the series was Channel 5's first original drama for eight years. Working without a traditional script, the cast improvise their dialogue and actions based on a detailed plot synopsis.
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Charlie Brooks to appear in Suspects

Charlie Brooks is to guest star on 'Suspects'. The former 'EastEnders' actress - who played troublemaking murderer Janine Butcher - will find herself in hot water with the law once again in the second series of the hit Channel 5 crime drama. Charlie and a host of other guest stars - including 'Fish Tank' actress Katie Jarvis, Dominic Power, Luke Newberry and Claire Cooper - will appear in the show's two-part premiere later this year which will see Detective Inspector Martha Bellamy (Fay Ripley) and her team attempt to solve the mystery of a sex game gone wrong. Martha and her colleagues DS
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EastEnders and Emmerdale stars to appear in Channel 5's Suspects

EastEnders actress Charlie Brooks will guest star in Channel 5's Suspects.

The network's original crime drama - which stars Fay Ripley, Damien Molony and Clare-Hope Ashitey - will return to screens with two hour-long specials in the autumn.

Emmerdale's Dominic Power, who played serial killer Cameron Murray, will also guest star in the new episodes.

In The Flesh actor Luke Newberry has also been cast, alongside Claire Cooper (Hollyoaks) and Katie Jarvis (Fish Tank).

Other guest stars for future episodes of the new season are Emmett Scanlan (The Fall, In The Flesh, Hollyoaks), Ben Peel (The Fall), Gillian Kearney (Casualty, Brookside) and Carley Stenson (Hollyoaks).

Devised by Paul Marquess (The Bill, Footballers' Wives), the series was Channel 5's first original drama for eight years. Working without a traditional script, the cast improvise their dialogue and actions based on a detailed plot synopsis.

The second series of Suspects will be comprised of five additional episodes,
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Devious Maids star happy to go topless

Charlie Brooks is to guest star on 'Suspects'. The former 'EastEnders' actress - who played troublemaking murderer Janine Butcher - will find herself in hot water with the law once again in the second series of the hit Channel 5 crime drama. Charlie and a host of other guest stars - including 'Fish Tank' actress Katie Jarvis, Dominic Power, Luke Newberry and Claire Cooper - will appear in the show's two-part premiere later this year which will see Detective Inspector Martha Bellamy (Fay Ripley) and her team attempt to solve the mystery of a sex game gone wrong. Martha and her colleagues DS
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Emmerdale's Debbie Dingle has a 'mini breakdown'

'Emmerdale's Debbie Dingle is to have a ''mini breakdown''. The mechanic - played by Charley Webb - will be arrested for assault in tomorrow night's show (27.03.14) after she lashes out at an innocent man for flirting with her. However, it all becomes clear that her aggressive behaviour is just a build-up of paranoia and insecurities from her controlling relationship with her killer ex-boyfriend Cameron Murray (Dominic Power). Charley said: ''It's a massive thing for her to be arrested and in this situation I think it freaked her out. I think she's having a mini breakdown and can't quite get to grips
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Charley Webb 'exhausted' by Emmerdale hostage scenes

Charley Webb asked 'Emmerdale' bosses for some time off after being left ''exhausted'' by her hostage scenes. The 25-year-old actress - who has a three-year-old son Buster with co-star Matthew Wolfenden - was left exhausted after shooting the intense and emotional scenes in which her alter-ego Debbie Dingle, and several other villagers, were held at gunpoint in the Woolpack pub by serial killer Cameron Murray (Dominic Power). She said: ''I feel like I've not stopped so I did actually ask for a bit of time off after the storyline had finished. ''I feel like I've not stopped since because I've
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Craig Revel Horwood feels great after op

Charley Webb asked 'Emmerdale' bosses for some time off after being left ''exhausted'' by her hostage scenes. The 25-year-old actress - who has a three-year-old son Buster with co-star Matthew Wolfenden - was left exhausted after shooting the intense and emotional scenes in which her alter-ego Debbie Dingle, and several other villagers, were held at gunpoint in the Woolpack pub by serial killer Cameron Murray (Dominic Power). She said: ''I feel like I've not stopped so I did actually ask for a bit of time off after the storyline had finished. ''I feel like I've not stopped since because I've
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Emmerdale wins Best Soap at InsideSoap Awards

'Emmerdale' has been crowned the Best Soap at the InsideSoap Awards tonight (21.10.13). The ITV programme picked up the gong for the first time in 18 years, as well as winning the Outstanding Achievement for the 40th anniversary live episode and Best Storyline for Cameron Murray's cover-up killer plot, after fighting off stiff competition from rival shows 'EastEnders' and 'Coronation Street'. Dominic Power - who played Cameron in the soap - was honoured as the Best Bad Boy for his remarkable performance in last week's episode, which saw him hold a number of residents hostage at gun point in the Woolpack pub,
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Louis Walsh drinks gin to cure heartbreak

'Emmerdale' has been crowned the Best Soap at the InsideSoap Awards tonight (21.10.13). The ITV programme picked up the gong for the first time in 18 years, as well as winning the Outstanding Achievement for the 40th anniversary live episode and Best Storyline for Cameron Murray's cover-up killer plot, after fighting off stiff competition from rival shows 'EastEnders' and 'Coronation Street'. Dominic Power - who played Cameron in the soap - was honoured as the Best Bad Boy for his remarkable performance in last week's episode, which saw him hold a number of residents hostage at gun point in the Woolpack pub,
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Lucy Pargeter signs up for I'm A Celebrity

Lucy Pargeter has signed up for 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!'. The 36-year-old actress - who plays 'Emmerdale' barmaid Chas Dingle - will fly out to the Australian jungle after she finishes filming the conclusion of her alter-ego's explosive storyline with killer Cameron Murray (Dominic Power). An 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' insider told the Daily Star newspaper: ''We had Corrie's Antony Cotton on the show last year so we want another serving soap star in the line-up this year. ''Everyone knows who Chas Dingle is so we think Lucy would be perfect. She's said
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National Television Awards 2014 voting opens: The full longlist

The National Television Awards 2014 longlist nominations have been announced and voting is now (September 17) open.

Hosted by Dermot O'Leary, the NTAs celebrate the best and most popular TV and are exclusively voted for by viewers. The 2014 awards take place at London's O2 on January 22.

Full list of 2014 nominations:

Drama

Broadchurch

Call The Midwife

Casualty

Dci Banks

Death In Paradise

Doc Martin

Doctor Who

Downton Abbey

Endeavour

Foyle's War

Holby City

Homeland

Jonathan Creek

Last Tango in Halifax

Law & Order: UK

Lewis

Love and Marriage

Luther

Midsomer Murders

Mr Selfridge

New Tricks

Poirot

Revolution

Ripper Street

Scott & Bailey

Shetland

Silent Witness

The Fall

The Paradise

The Suspicions of Mr Whicher

The Syndicate

The Village

The White Queen

Under The Dome

Vera

What Remains

TV Detective

Olivia Colman - Broadchurch

David Tennant - Broadchurch

Stephen Tompkinson - Dci Banks

Shaun Evans - Endeavour

Michael Kitchen - Foyle's War

Alan Davies - Jonathan Creek
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Emmerdale's Sian Reese-Williams: I'm glad Gennie was killed off

'Emmerdale' star Sian Reese-Williams is glad her character Gennie Sharma was killed off. The actress has played the popular factory worker for five years, but is pleased her alter-ego's life came to a tragic end last night (25.07.13) after becoming the latest victim of serial killer Cameron Murray (Dominic Power), because it means she can't ever look back and return to the ITV soap. Speaking to Digital Spy, she said: ''When they suggested it to me at first, it made it scarier, but I never changed my mind. I knew that it was the right thing for me ... I'm
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