Hover Release Details & Trailer: Press Release: "New York – April 18, 2018 – Syfy Films today announces the release of the upcoming film Hover, in theaters on June 29, 2018 and on VOD and Digital HD on July 3, 2018. Directed by Matt Osterman, the science fiction film marks the feature screenwriting debut of Cleopatra Coleman. The cast includes Coleman, Shane Coffey, Craig muMs Grant, Beth Grant, Fabianne Therese and Rhoda Griffis.
Hover takes place in the near future, where environmental strain has caused food shortages around the world. Technology provides a narrow path forward, with agricultural drones maximizing the yield from what land remains. Two compassionate care providers,
Written by Cleopatra Coleman (who also stars), this is the latest from Matt Osterman who previously directed Ghost from the Machine and Syfy's 400 Days. In this future, agricultural strain and crop shortages are commonplace and drones are used to maximize landuse and yield.
Coleman and Craig muMs Grant play compassionate care providers. They drive around and assist farmers in ending their lives when they get too sick to go on but at the sudden death of her partner, Coleman starts to think that the drones may be responsible for more suffering.
Dude, we thought you were dead. (And also, how did you find the gang in Mexico?)
In the video posted above, Tandy discovers Mike alive and well as the two duet “Falling Slowly” from “Once.” That horrible haircut is back too — courtesy of the prankster, of course.
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Now virus-free(!), Mike rejoins the group this weekend, which “throws Todd into a spiral,” per Fox’s official description. Todd’s (Mel Rodriguez) a busy boy in this episode, as he also shares an emotional rollercoaster with Erica (Cleopatra Coleman) over the course of the half-hour, which is titled “Designated Survivors.”
Watch our sneak peek above — we hope you’re wearing long sleeves for this one. (In case the reason why isn’t clear, it’s for both the chills and to wipe your eyes and nose.)
“The Last Man on Earth,” which also stars Kristen Schaal as Carol Pilbasian, January Jones as Melissa Shart, and Mary Steenburgen as Gail, airs Sundays at 9:30/8:30c on Fox.
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On The Last Man on Earth Season 4 Episode 14, Todd puts a lot of pressure on Erica about the baby she agreed to have. Melissa tries to bond with Erica to thank her for helping Todd, but she is unsuccessful. Meanwhile, Carol discovers something that could jeopardize the group's safety.
As a person with severe second hand embarrassment syndrome, this was not easy for me to watch.
Between Melissa's attempts to be friends with Erica, Carol's bag of feces, and Todd being an awful person, I was uncomfortable from start to finish.
There is a lot to unpack so let's start with Todd.
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He has always been my favorite character. I
The Australian actress, writer and model has played Erica Dundee since the first season of the Fox comedy, now in its fourth season. She also was a regular on Showtime’s White Famous, playing the ex-with-benefits of lead Jay Pharaoh. As with many of her countrymen and countrywomen, she previously appeared on the Australian soap Neighbours.
Coleman continues to be repped by manager David Gardner at Principato Young and attorneys Jeff Frankel and Mike Castrillo at McKuin Frankel.
Nearly three weeks after the Showtime comedy wrapped its freshman run, sources tell THR.com that there will be no Season 2.
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White Famous starred Saturday Night Live alum Jay Pharoah as Floyd Mooney, a talented, young African-American comedian whose star was rising, forcing him to navigate the treacherous waters of maintaining his credibility as he begins to cross-over toward becoming “white famous.”
Jamie Foxx exec-produced the series (as well as guest-starred), while the cast also included Cleopatra Coleman (The Last Man on Earth), Utkarsh Ambudkar
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“White Famous” fixes the first problem by focusing on an up-and-coming black actor (played by Jay Pharoah), but brings in a slew of new ones, all while creating a carbon copy of “Californication” that’s as flat as Duchovny’s abs and half as interesting. Tom Kapinos’ new
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