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Burden of Truth: Kristin Kreuk (Smallville) Returns to The CW This Summer

A familiar face is returning to The CW. Today, the network announced Smallville star Kristin Kreuk's new TV show Burden of Truth will premiere this summer.The Canadian drama stars Kreuk "as a big city lawyer who returns to her hometown to take on what she thinks is a simple case, only to find herself in a fight for justice for a group of sick girls." The cast also includes Peter Mooney, Alex Carter, Benjamin Ayres, Nicola Correia-Damude, and Meegwun Fairbrother.Read More…
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‘Smallville’ Star Kristin Kreuk Returns to The CW on Summer Legal Drama

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‘Smallville’ Star Kristin Kreuk Returns to The CW on Summer Legal Drama
Kristin Kreuk is coming home.

The former “Smallville” and “Beauty and the Beast” star will return to The CW this summer, as the network has acquired the U.S. rights to the 10-episode Canadian legal drama “Burden of Truth” from Entertainment One. Created by Brad Simpson, the series is the latest addition to The CW’s growing slate of original programming for the summer 2018 season.

Burden of Truth,” which premiered in January on the CBC, stars Kreuk as a big city lawyer who returns to her hometown to take on what she thinks is a simple case, only to find herself in a fight for justice for a group of sick girls. The series also stars Peter Mooney (“Rookie Blue”), Alex Carter (“NCIS”), Benjamin Ayres (“Saving Hope”), Nicola Correia-Damude (“Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments”), Meegwun Fairbrother (“Hemlock Grove”) and newcomer Star Slade.
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CW Acquires Kristin Kreuk Legal Drama ‘Burden of Truth’

The CW has acquired Canadian legal drama “Burden of Truth” to add to its summer original-programming slate.

Burden of Truth” stars Kristin Kreuk, a veteran of CW series “Smallville” and “Beauty & the Beast.” She plays a big-city lawyer who returns to her hometown to take on what she thinks is a simple case, only to find herself in a fight for justice for a group of sick girls. The series also stars Peter Mooney (“Rookie Blue”), Alex Carter (“NCIS”), Benjamin Ayres (“Saving Hope”), Nicola Correia-Damude (“Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments”), Meegwun Fairbrother (“Hemlock Grove”), and Star Slade.

Created by Brad Simpson,
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Kristin Kreuk-Led Legal Drama Series Burden of Truth Lands at The CW

Kristin Kreuk-Led Legal Drama Series Burden of Truth Lands at The CW
Let the record show that Kristin Kreuk is headed back to The CW.

The Smallville and Beauty And The Beast vet’s legal drama Burden of Truth has been acquired by her former network. The 10-episode series — which is currently airing on Canadian broadcaster CBC — will make its U.S. debut on The CW this summer.

In Burden of Truth, Kreuk — who also serves as an exec producer — plays a big city lawyer who returns to her hometown to take on what she thinks is a simple case, only to find herself in a fight for justice for a group of sick girls.
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Kristin Kreuk Returns to CW in Summer Legal Drama

Kristin Kreuk is returning to The CW.

The younger-skewing broadcast network has acquired U.S. broadcast rights to Canadian drama Burden of Truth, starring the former Smallville and Beauty and the Beast actress.

The 10-episode drama, which premiered in January on the CBC, stars Kreuk as a big-city lawyer who returns to her hometown to take on what she thinks is a simple case, only to find herself in a fight for justice for a group of sick girls. Peter Mooney and Alex Carter co-star in the series that brings Kreuk back to her longtime home at The CW.

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Saving Hope: Season Four Debuts on Ion Tonight

Hope springs eternal at Hope-Zion Hospital. The fourth season of the Saving Hope TV show premieres on Ion, tonight at 11:00pm/10 Central. In the Us, CTV's supernatural medical drama debuted on NBC. The network cancelled Saving Hope, after 10 of the first season's 12 episodes aired. Ion swooped in and saved the series. Ion renewed Saving Hope for a fifth season, in December 2015, ahead of CTV's season four premiere.The Saving Hope TV series cast includes: Erica Durance, Michael Shanks, Huse Madhavji, Julia Taylor Ross, Wendy Crewson, Benjamin Ayres, and Kim Shaw. Max Bennett, Dejan Loyola, Parveen Kaur, Jess Salgueiro, Nicole Underhay, and Peter Mooney recur in season four. Check out the description for episode 4.01, after the jump.Read More…
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Heroes Reborn: Zachary Levi on His 'Darker, Grittier' Role, Chances He'd Return for a Possible Season 2

Heroes Reborn: Zachary Levi on His 'Darker, Grittier' Role, Chances He'd Return for a Possible Season 2
If you’re looking for similarities between Chuck‘s Chuck Bartowski and Heroes Reborn‘s Luke Collins, get ready to write a short list.

Outside of the fact that Zachary Levi portrays both men (and they each know how to wield a gun), Chuck and Luke have nothing in common — and Levi prefers it that way.

“My only prerequisite was I didn’t want to play Chuck again,” the actor says of his involvement with the Heroes revival. “I really wanted to play something that was darker and grittier and edgier and more f—ked up. I wanted somebody that had some problems.
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Rookie Blue Boss on Series Finale-Like Ending, Andy and Sam's Wedding, [Spoiler]'s Goodbye and Season 7

Rookie Blue Boss on Series Finale-Like Ending, Andy and Sam's Wedding, [Spoiler]'s Goodbye and Season 7
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Thursday’s episode of Rookie Blue.

Wedding bells were ringing on Thursday’s Rookie Blue finale as Andy and Sam finally got hitched after six seasons of running away from each other, to each other and everything in between.

RelatedRookie Blue: Peter Mooney on Nick and Juliet’s Romance, His Heroes Turn

As romantic as the nuptials were — after a wedding dress-clad Andy helped a man on the side of the road who had been stabbed by a crazy hitchhiker — there was a certain amount of uncertainty for the characters and viewers.
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Rookie Blue Recap: Oh, Baby!

Rookie Blue Recap: Oh, Baby!
Did anyone ever have any doubt that Rookie Blue‘s Andy was going to be the one to deliver Marlo’s baby? I’m pretty sure that’s a TV rule — the current girlfriend must help her boyfriend’s ex give birth to their child. And that’s exactly what happens on this week’s episode, with an Mia baby daddy and some life-threatening complications.

RelatedRookie Blue Boss: For Andy and Sam, Marlo’s Pregnancy Is ‘A Terrible Blow’

What keeps this storyline from becoming cliché is the fact that Andy and Marlo do have their own history — separate from Sam.
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Heroes Reborn Creator on Why the Original Series Fizzled Out — Plus: Will There Be a Season 2?

Heroes Reborn Creator on Why the Original Series Fizzled Out — Plus: Will There Be a Season 2?
Ask anyone who regularly watched Heroes during its initial run on NBC, and they’ll tell you the same story: The series, which began as a ratings juggernaut for the network, tapered off both creatively and in viewership as the years went on.

Even series creator Tim Kring — who now helms the upcoming limited-series revival Heroes Reborn — acknowledges the sophomore slump into which Heroes fell.

VideosHeroes Reborn: The Full-Length Trailer Has Arrived (and It’s Super-Spoilery)

“The biggest pitfall was always the amount of story that we had to tell,” Kring said Thursday at the Television Critics Association
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Rookie Blue Sneak Peek: Andy and Juliet Set a Trap to Clear Oliver

Rookie Blue Sneak Peek: Andy and Juliet Set a Trap to Clear Oliver
Rookie Blue‘s finest aren’t about to let their sergeant go down without a fight — even if it means teaming up with an unlikely ally.

In TVLine’s exclusive video from tonight’s episode (ABC, 10/9c), Andy finds herself getting help from a surprising source: undercover Internal Affairs agent Juliet.

RelatedRookie Blue‘s Peter Mooney on Nick and Juliet’s Romance, His Upcoming Heroes Turn

In order to prove that Oliver wasn’t responsible for the bombing inside 15 Division, Juliet suggests that they stage an “integrity test” (basically, a trap) to lure out the real dirty officer, Commissioner Alonso Santana.
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Rookie Blue Recap: Were You Able to Detect 15 Division's Dirty Cop?

Rookie Blue Recap: Were You Able to Detect 15 Division's Dirty Cop?
You’re a bad man, Oliver Shaw?

Nah. On Thursday’s Rookie Blue, 15 Division comes to the Sergeant’s rescue, with less than a day to clear his name.

Commissioner Santana wants to know why he wasn’t informed of Noelle’s investigation. She does an impressive job of covering her behind/placating Santana by telling him she was trying to take some of the stress off him. He’s got to delegate, after all. So while she’s bought herself some time, it’s not a lot: Santana wants that report by end of day.

RelatedRookie Blue:
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Rookie Blue Recap: Best. Weekend. Ever.

Rookie Blue Recap: Best. Weekend. Ever.
McSwarek fans, was it worth the wait?

On Thursday’s Rookie Blue, Sam finally put a ring on it and proposed to Andy. But the couple’s getaway weekend wasn’t an entirely romantic affair.

RelatedRookie Blue Scoop: Will Sam’s Family Return?

The first hitch comes during the drive to Oliver’s cabin, when Andy can’t let go of the fact that she witnessed Juliet getting out of a random Svu earlier. Her spidey sense is tingling, and she’s itching for answers.

“How long do you think it would take a biker to infiltrate the police?
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Heroes Reborn: Official Poster Teases 'New Phenomenon' in NBC Revival

Heroes Reborn: Official Poster Teases 'New Phenomenon' in NBC Revival
Take one look at the withering stares of the Heroes Reborn cast, and you’ll know this is not a group with whom you want to mess.

TVLine can exclusively reveal the latest key art for NBC’s upcoming Heroes reboot, in which cast members Jack Coleman, Zachary Levi, Ryan Guzman, Robbie Kay, Danika Yarosh, Judith Shekoni and Kiki Sukezane bring the promise of a new phenomenon.

VideosHeroes Reborn: The Full-Length Trailer Has Arrived (and It’s Super-Spoilery)

Showrunner Tim Kring revealed at Comic-Con that Heroes Reborn will pick up five years after the events of its mothership series,
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Rookie Blue Recap: Coffee Creep

Rookie Blue Recap: Coffee Creep
You’ll never look at your coffeehouse barista the same way after Thursday night’s Rookie Blue. Or maybe you won’t get so mad the next time they mess up your order… because at least they’re not an obsessed, voyeuristic pervert who’s teamed up with a serial rapist.

RelatedRookie Blue: Peter Mooney on Nick and Juliet’s Flirtation, His Upcoming Heroes Turn

This week’s case connects deeply and disturbingly to Traci, who’s nervous about her first raid. Little does she know the gun dealer is going to be the least of her worries.
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Performer of the Week: Rami Malek

Performer of the Week: Rami Malek
The Performer | Rami Malek

The Show | Mr. Robot

The Episode | “eps1.3_da3m0ns.mp4” (July 15)

The Performance | Throughout the acclaimed (and already renewed) freshman drama’s early weeks, Malek has impressed as Elliot Alderson, a cyber security whiz who finds himself tempted by the mission of an elite hacker group dubbed fsociety. But until this week, Elliot had always been coolly in control of his environs, be it handling the demands of his day job, navigating hookups and would-be romances or manipulating (in a well-meaning manner) his shrink’s life.

With the last line of morphine snorted up Elliot’s nose,
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Rookie Blue Recap: Brotherly Angst

Rookie Blue Recap: Brotherly Angst
Full disclosure: I love Rookie Blue‘s Nick and I love Erin Karpluk (thanks to my obsession with Being Erica). So it goes without saying that I was fully into Thursday’s episode, which put a long overdue spotlight on the officer’s mysterious background — and ramped up his flirtation with Juliet.

RelatedRookie Blue: Peter Mooney Previews Nick’s Emotional Episode (‘It Was a Real Trip’), His Upcoming Heroes Turn

The hour kicks off with Nick still trying to charm Juliet with gusto, so much so that Andy warns him, “I hope you’ll listen to your
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The View: Nicolle Wallace to Exit

The View: Nicolle Wallace to Exit
For those playing The View Bingo at home, you can now put a chip over “Nicolle Wallace leaves.”

The political commentator, who joined the ABC talker last September, will not return as a full-time co-host next season.

RelatedMichelle Collins Joins The View (Officially) as Season 19 Co-Host

Per our sister site Variety, Wallace’s exit is largely due to her lack of pop culture and celebrity knowledge, as well as a failure to dissent on political topics.

According to the site, Wallace has been offered a guest contributor position for next September’s Season 19, but has yet to decide if she will take it.
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Rookie Blue: Peter Mooney Previews Nick's Emotional Episode ('It Was a Real Trip'), His Upcoming Heroes Turn

Rookie Blue: Peter Mooney Previews Nick's Emotional Episode ('It Was a Real Trip'), His Upcoming Heroes Turn
If you’ve been screaming at the TV for Rookie Blue‘s Nick and Juliet to make a move, you won’t want to miss this Thursday’s episode (ABC, 10/9c).

The reappearance of Nick’s Mia brother not only forces the cop to face his past, it also “really puts a timer on” Nick and Juliet’s flirtatious dance, star Peter Mooney previews.

“When she sees what she sees in this episode, it’s time to decide if she’s in or out, because it’s a lot to take on,” he says. “It’s something she realizes she
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Heroes Reborn: Meet the Newbies — Including 'The Ultimate Hero'!

Heroes Reborn: Meet the Newbies — Including 'The Ultimate Hero'!
Are you ready for a “dark and twisted” Zachary Levi?

That’s what the beloved Chuck star and his on-screen wife, newcomer Judith Shekoni, promise we’ll get from their characters on NBC’s upcoming Heroes Reborn — creator Tim Kring’s sequel to the superpowered-humans-save-the-world hit that ran on the Peacock net from 2006 to 2010.

RelatedHeroes Reborn @ Comic-Con: Showrunner Tim Kring on Returning Favorites, 5-Year Time Jump and More

Levi, Shekoni and Kring — along with six other Heroes Reborn cast members — sat down with Michael Ausiello in our Comic-Con suite at the Hard Rock Hotel to tease who they’ll
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