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Rosewood

Network: FoxEpisodes: 44 (hour)Seasons: TwoTV show dates: September 23, 2015 -- April 28, 2017Series status: CancelledPerformers include: Morris Chestnut, Jaina Lee Ortiz, Gabrielle Dennis, Anna Konkle, Domenick Lombardozzi, Maggie Elizabeth Jones, and Lorraine Toussaint.TV show description: Set in Miami, this crime drama centers around Dr. Beaumont Rosewood, Jr. (Morris Chestnut). Cool, calm, collected and incredibly charismatic, he's the city's leading Pathologist and a man who's much in demand by the homicide department.He's joined in his practice by 'toxicology queen' and sister Pippy (Gabrielle Dennis) and DNA specialist Tarra Milly 'Tmi' Izzicoff (Anna Konkle). Never too far away is his mother Donna (Lorraine Toussaint). She always has something to say, especially about his love life.Read More…
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Rosewood: Brian Austin Green Joins Season Two of Fox Series

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Brian Austin Green is coming to Fox. Deadline reports the actor has been cast in season two of Rosewood.

The police drama stars Morris Chestnut as Dr. Beaumont Rosewood Jr., an optimistic pathologist who is paired with tough homicide detective Annalise Villa (Jaina Lee Ortiz). Gabrielle Dennis, Anna Konkle, Domenick Lombardozzi, Maggie Elizabeth Jones, and Lorraine Toussaint also star.

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Code Black's Bonnie Somerville Talks Christa's 'Intense' Ordeal, Love Options

Code Black's Bonnie Somerville Talks Christa's 'Intense' Ordeal, Love Options
On Wednesday’s Code Black fall finale (CBS, 10/9c), resident Christa Lorenson will have her Doug Ross moment.

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Fans of medical dramas, particularly ER, know exactly what that means: a harrowing situation in which a doctor must save a patient — often a child — out in the field by themselves, with very few resources. For Christa, you can add a debilitating injury to the doc’s list of challenges as she attempts to help a mother and her two kids after their car plummets over the side of the road.

Below, star Bonnie Somerville previews the “action-packed and suspenseful” hour,
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Rosewood: Cancel or Keep the New Fox Series?

Fox's Wednesday night drama Rosewood had a very positive debut in the ratings when it debuted back in September. But, how is the TV series doing now? Cancel or keep it for season two?

Rosewood revolves around Dr. Beaumont Rosewood Jr. (Morris Chestnut), a calm, collected and incredibly charismatic, pathologist. He's recruited by Miami's homicide department and partnered with tough Detective Annalise Villa (Jaina Lee Ortiz). She's annoyed by his constant optimism -- until she discovers the reason. The rest of the cast includes Gabrielle Dennis, Anna Konkle, Domenick Lombardozzi, Maggie Elizabeth Jones, and Lorraine Toussaint.

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Rosewood: Season One Ratings

There's been no shortage of police dramas that feature a man and woman team solving crimes. Is there room for one more? Fox hopes so. Will Rosewood be a ratings hit or miss? Will it be cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned to find out.

Rosewood revolves around Dr. Beaumont Rosewood Jr. (Morris Chestnut), a calm, collected and incredibly charismatic, pathologist. He's recruited by Miami's homicide department and partnered with tough Detective Annalise Villa (Jaina Lee Ortiz). She's annoyed by his constant optimism -- until she discovers the reason. The rest of the cast includes Gabrielle Dennis, Anna Konkle, Domenick Lombardozzi, Maggie Elizabeth Jones, and Lorraine Toussaint.

The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated
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Fox Announces 2015-2016 Fall TV Schedule

Fox Announces 2015-2016 Fall TV Schedule
Dana Walden and Gary Newman, Chairmen and CEOs, Fox Television Group, today unveiled the Fox primetime slate for the 2015-2016 television season to the national advertising community during its annual Programming Presentation at the Beacon Theatre. Here's what the CEO's had to say in a joint statement.

"Building on the phenomenal momentum created by Gotham, The Last Man on Earth and, of course, Empire, we're infusing next season's schedule with new ambitious dramas, smart comedies, aspirational unscripted series and big live events and specials - all from the best creators in the business. And our strategy with these bold creative swings is simple: schedule them strategically, market them relentlessly and create events that break through and captivate viewers across every platform."

Tuesdays are all-new this fall on Fox, with new comedies Grandfathered and The Grinder, followed by killer comedy-horror series Scream Queens. The new comedies kicking off an all-new Tuesday are Grandfathered and The Grinder.
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Time Machine: Sensational Scarlett J. in Purple

Scarlett Johansson Oscar dress Scarlett Johansson at the Oscars Looking great in a long purple dress, Scarlett Johansson displays her tight-fitting costume and bare back at the 83rd Academy Awards held on Feb. 27 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. Oscar 2011 co-host and Best Actor nominee James Franco (for Danny Boyle's 127 Hours) thus introduced Johansson and fellow Oscar presenter Matthew McConaughey: "I am six degrees of Kevin Bacon away from our next two presenters. Figure it out on the Internet." Well, if you're lucky. Some have remarked that Franco was a more effective Oscar host online, where he tweeted some of the evening's to-dos, than on the stage of the Kodak Theatre. His fellow equally panned Oscarcast host was actress Anne Hathaway. Scarlett Johansson movies Scarlett Johansson has been featured in more than 40 films since her debut at age 10 in Rob Reiner's North, back in 1994. Johansson, in fact,
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Fall TV: Fox Orders Rob Lowe's Grinder, Procedural Drama Rosewood to Series

Fall TV: Fox Orders Rob Lowe's Grinder, Procedural Drama Rosewood to Series
Fox on Thursday added a pair of wildly different series to its 2015-2016 schedule: the Rob Lowe-led comedy The Grinder and the murder procedural Rosewood.

PhotosFall TV Preview: Your Guide to Next Season’s New Shows and Stars

Let’s start with The Grinder, a comedy about TV lawyer Dean “The Grinder” Sanderson (Lowe) who finds himself at a major crossroads when his long-running hit show comes to an end. Ultimately, he decides to move back to his tiny home town, where he fully believes he has the know-how to run his real-life family’s law firm. The Grinder
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Rob Lowe Comedy Coming to Fox, Along With Miami Medical Drama

Rob Lowe Comedy Coming to Fox, Along With Miami Medical Drama
Rob Lowe will be back on TV next season with “The Grinder,” a new comedy ordered at Fox, Variety has learned. The network also picked up medical drama “Rosewood,” starring Morris Chestnut.

Both series, the first ordered for the upcoming season at Fox, hail from 20th Century Fox Television.

The Grinder,” from writer-exec producers Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel, stars Lowe as Dean Sanderson, a TV lawyer who returns to his small hometown to take over his family’s law firm when his television show wraps. Fred Savage co-stars as his brother, Stewart, and the cast also includes Mary Elizabeth Ellis, William Devane and Hana Hayes. Lowe will also serve as an exec producer, along with Nicholas Stoller and Jake Kasdan, who will direct.

Rosewood” marks the only medical drama at Fox, and further diversifies the net’s programming with the casting of Chestnut, who plays Dr. Beaumont Rosewood Jr.,
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Fox’s ‘Untitled Autopsy Project’ Casts Anna Konkle Opposite Morris Chestnut

Fox’s ‘Untitled Autopsy Project’ Casts Anna Konkle Opposite Morris Chestnut
Anna Konkle has landed a series regular role in Fox pilot, “The Untitled Autopsy Project,” Variety has learned.

Previously titled “Rosewood,” the investigative procedural medical drama centers around the top private pathologist in Miami, Dr. Beaumont Rosewood, who despite working with dead bodies, is eternally optimistic. Morris Chestnut (“Nurse Jackie,” “V”) is set for the lead role.

Konkle will play Kathy Fern Clyde, aka “KFC,” a hyper-neurotic DNA specialist who works in the lab.

Other series regulars are child actress Maggie Elizabeth Jones (“Ben and Kate,” “We Bought A Zoo”) and Jaina Lee Ortiz.

The project hails from 20th Century Fox TV and pilot scribe Todd Harthan (“Psych”) who will exec produce with “Revenge’s” Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen of Temple Hill Entertainment, and Richard Shepard (“Girls”), who’s set to direct.

Konkle’s credits include “Man Seeking Woman” and “New Girl.” She’ll also appear in the upcoming Comedy Central series,
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Jaina Lee Ortiz Lands Female Lead In Todd Harthan Pilot; ‘Ben & Kate’ Star Also Cast

Jaina Lee Ortiz is set as the female lead opposite Morris Chestnut in Fox's untitled Todd Harthan drama pilot, a closed-ended procedural written/executive produced by Todd Harthan and directed by Richard Shepard. Also cast in the pilot, produced by 20th TV, is young Ben And Kate star Maggie Elizabeth Jones. It centers on Dr. Beaumont Rosewood Jr. (Chestnut), a gifted, charismatic private pathologist who can read living and dead bodies like a book. Ortiz, a newcomer out of…
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TV Review: Hallmark Hall of Fame’s ‘Away & Back’

TV Review: Hallmark Hall of Fame’s ‘Away & Back’
While the Hallmark Hall of Fame label once denoted more ambitious material than the regular bill of fare on the Hallmark Channel, that distinction – even before its migration from broadcast exclusively to its namesake network – has been largely lost. That’s also true with “Away & Back,” the cabler’s pre-Valentine’s Day offering. Granted, the casting of Jason Lee and Minka Kelly might be intriguing, but otherwise, this made-for-tv movie is as generic as its title. Flimsily built around a family of swans, the shots of them are certainly majestic. Everything else about the Hall of Fame’s latest flight is strictly for the birds.

Kelly plays Ginny, an ornithologist committed to studying and preserving these rare birds. Still, she’s a bit of a bull (or ostrich) in the china shop when she meets Jack (Lee) and his 10-year-old daughter Frankie (Maggie Elizabeth Jones, the adorable kid in “We Bought a Zoo
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'New Girl' recap: 'Dance' like nobody's watching

'New Girl' recap: 'Dance' like nobody's watching
Did the latest New Girl feel like the penultimate episode of a season? Nope. Did I enjoy it? Absolutely. I’ve gotten some heat (not of the Winston variety) this year for being a demanding recapper. Apparently wanting forward momentum from a sitcom is too much to ask. Well, “Dance” didn’t really advance the plot, but I still found it charming. It had solid one-liners and independent, yet appropriate antics for each character. All that plus a song about eatin’ ‘nanas in the dark and plenty of dance-ready tunes. That’s enough for me! But was it enough for you?
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'Little Women' remake (again): Our dream cast!

'Little Women' remake (again): Our dream cast!
“These little women — just how little are they? Are they, like, scary little?” — Joey from Friends

It has been announced that Sony is working on a new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel Little Women. My first question is, of course, “Do we really need another adaptation of one of the most beloved novels of the last two centuries?”

Two silent films in 1917 and 1918; the 1933 film starring Katharine Hepburn; the 1949 version starring Elizabeth Taylor; and finally, the most recent 1994 film adaptation starring Susan Sarandon, Winona Ryder, and Claire Da — nope, can’t even think about that without crying
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'Little Women' remake (again): Our dream cast!

'Little Women' remake (again): Our dream cast!
“These little women — just how little are they? Are they, like, scary little?” — Joey from Friends

It has been announced that Sony is working on a new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel Little Women. My first question is, of course, “Do we really need another adaptation of one of the most beloved novels of the last two centuries?”

Two silent films in 1917 and 1918; the 1933 film starring Katharine Hepburn; the 1949 version starring Elizabeth Taylor; and finally, the most recent 1994 film adaptation starring Susan Sarandon, Winona Ryder, and Claire Da — nope, can’t even think about that without crying
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The CW Previews 'Tomorrow People,' 'Reign' And 'The 100'

The CW Previews 'Tomorrow People,' 'Reign' And 'The 100'
The CW unveiled an ambitious line-up for its 2013-2014 season at the network's recent upfronts presentation, including effects-laden sci-fi dramas "The 100" and "Star-Crossed," period drama "Reign" and the high concept, "X-Men"-esque "The Tomorrow People," a remake of a British series from the '70s.

The young-skewing network has unveiled full-length promos for all of its new shows (including "Vampire Diaries" spin-off "The Originals"), which give viewers an introduction to the plot of each series. Naturally, they're replete with unnaturally attractive people, a generous scoop of teenage angst and more than a few mysteries -- check them out below.

"The Tomorrow People"

Stars Robbie Amell ("Arrow" lead Stephen Amell's cousin), Peyton List, Luke Mitchell, Mark Pellegrino and Madeleine Mantock.

"The 100"

Stars Henry Ian Cusick, Isaiah Washington, Kelly Hu, Eliza Taylor, Eli Goree and Bob Morley.

"Reign"

Stars Adelaide Kane, Toby Regbo, Torrance Combs, Celina Sinden, Jenessa Grant,
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Mostly Great News from The CW on Series Orders and Season Renewals

Yes, it’s that time of year, kids. Before the official “Upfronts” get started next week, the networks are making the dreaded “sorry, but” phone calls to showrunners and pilot productions who didn’t make the cut, followed by the “hey guess what?!!” calls to those shows and series that are amongst the chosen to be on the network’s future schedules.

We now have a happy surprise, two disappointments, and a lot of good news on the pilot scene from The CW camp. First, a quick reminder for those of you with short memories, and to stave off the panic: The Vampire Diaries, Arrow, and Supernatural were already picked up for fall, as we told you back in February.

The happy surprise: Nikita has been picked up for another season, as has Beauty and the Beast. The disappointment: The Selection and Gothica will not move on to series level.
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The CW Orders 4 New Dramas: Julie Plec And Greg Berlanti Continue Their Streak

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The CW is racking up with more dramas for the Fall season, and so are showrunners Julie Plec and Greg Berlanti. As if the two aren't busy another with The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, and Arrow already, the duo's The Tomorrow People has now been added to the list. Three other dramas that The CW have ordered also include Reign, The 100, and Star-Crossed, which was formerly Oxygen--a name we wish they stuck with.

With renewals and cancellations coming in heavy Thursday afternoon, it seems as though The CW may be coming out as one of the strongest compared to other networks.

Check out some more details on the four newest shows to hit your lineup next season:

Tomorrow People

The story of several young people from around the world who represent the next stage in human evolution, possessing special powers, including the ability to teleport and communicate with each other telepathically.
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The CW picks up 'The Tomorrow People,' 'The 100,' 'Oxygen,' and 'Reign'

And upfronts madness continues! The CW has announced official pickups for four of its new pilots, joining "Vampire Diaries" spin-off "The Originals" on its schedule. The network, which kept many of its returning series on this year, was expected to pick up a total of five.

First up, they picked up "The Tomorrow People," from fan favorite executive producers Julie Plec ("The Vampire Diaries") and Greg Berlanti ("Arrow," "Brothers and Sisters"). Starring Robbie Amell (the cousin of CW leading man Stephen Amell) as a troubled teenage boy who discovers that he has psychic powers, the series is written and executive produced by "Chuck's" Phil Klemmer. Peyton List, Luke Mitchell, and Aaron Yu also star.

"The 100," which takes place after a nuclear war has destroyed civilization, is about a group of 100 juvenile delinquents sent back to Earth to see if it's fit for recolonization. It stars Henry Ian Cusick,
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Fall TV Scoop: The CW Orders 4 Dramas, Including Tomorrow People, The 100 and Reign

Fall TV Scoop: The CW Orders 4 Dramas, Including Tomorrow People, The 100 and Reign
It’s The CW’s turn in the pickup spotlight.

The network has handed series orders to the dramas Star-Crossed (formerly Oxygen), Tomorrow People, Reign, and The 100, TVLine has confirmed.

They join the previously ordered Vampire Diaries spin-off The Originals.

Related | Fall TV Preview: Your Guide to What’s New

Among the noteworthy pilots not getting the go-ahead from The CW was a second stab at adapting The Selection for TV. (The CW’s complete development slate can be found here.)

Here’s the logline/casting/pedigree info for each of the new series:

The 100 (Drama)

EPs | Jason Rothenberg,
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