Monster Trucks follows the story of a person with a disability who befriends and ultimately falls in love with a sea monster, breaks it free from its cruel captors with the help of a friendly scientist working for the bad guys (who is trying to do the right thing), and returns it to
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As reported by TVLine, Morris (whose previous TV role was on CBS’ 2 Broke Girls) is guest-starring in the new year as the proprietor of “Willy’s House of Voodoo,” a small, chintzy tourist trap in New Orleans. Attuned to everything going on with everyone in the Big Easy, Willy also shares a “contentious history” with Jack (played
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The Performance | The blackest of magic coursed through Meloni’s performance in the premiere of his far-out new Syfy series, an eye-popping comic-book adaptation that emphasizes the “graphic” in “graphic novel.” Though his cop-turned-hitman Nick Sax is a suicidal drunk, the actor kept sparkling faintly in his sad, bloodshot eyes an irresistible glint of mischief, making the character the antihero for whom we hadn’t even realized we’d been holding out.
It really shouldn’t have worked. Nick is pathetic — he even looks like he’d reek of smoke and whiskey.
I understand that you originally wrote Dance of the Dead in the 1990s, a decade that,
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In the episode “Skull + Electromagnet” – which this Friday airs at a special time, 9/8c (leading out of the animated Michael Jackson’s Halloween special, in which MacGyver‘s Lucas Till has a starring voice) — the team is pulled away from their Halloween plans when they head into the dreaded Bermuda Triangle to retrieve the Vice President’s son after his
Per EW.com, McDermott’s Captain Dave will match wits with rival pilot Captain Steve (Mulroney), who has a magnetic, rock-star charm.
Mulroney recently appeared on FX’s American Horror Story: Cult and starred in CBS’ short-lived medical drama Pure Genius. His other TV credits include Shameless, Crisis, New Girl, Enlightened and Friends.
Michael Jackson's Halloween, an animated one-hour special that will feature the late King of Pop's iconic music, is coming to CBS this fall, the network announced on Tuesday.
The project, which is being developed by the Jackson family estate-owned Optimum Production, features a star-studded list of voice actors, including Christine Baranski, Lucy Liu, Kiersey Clemons, Alan Cumming, George Eads, Brad Garrett, Jim Parsons and Lucas Till, and will focus on two millennials and their dog, who venture into a creepy, mysterious hotel.
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Additionally, we know that the special will include a grand dance finale featuring an animated Jackson (it's "Thriller" right? Like, it's gotta be).
So this October as you start thinking about costumes, pumpkins and candy, keep an eye out for this spooky special!
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The Detour star will recur on the upcoming Jamie Foxx co-created/co-starring series as Amy, a high-profile Hollywood agent to whom SNL alum Jay Pharoah’s up-and-coming comedian Floyd is drawn.
Additionally, Kendrick Sampson (How to Get Away With Murder) will recur as Robbie, a handsome British actor auditioning alongside Floyd.
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* Michael Jackson’s Halloween is coming to CBS this fall in
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