ABC and Shondaland’s “Grey’s Anatomy” spinoff “Station 19” will host a screening of its premiere episode at the festival along with a Q&A panel featuring cast members Jaina Lee Ortiz and Jason George, as well as creator and executive producer Stacy McKee and casting director Linda Lowy.
The second season of National Geographic’s historical anthology drama “Genius,” which looks at artist Pablo Picasso, will host a panel with the show’s creative team,
Written by Jason Smilovic and Todd Katzberg, the series will follow Joe Turner (Max Irons), a young CIA analyst whose idealism is tested when he stumbles onto a terrible but brilliant plan that threatens the lives of millions. Smilovic also serves as showrunner and Katzberg executive produces alongside David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, Larry Trilling and Marcy Ross. MGM Television and Skydance Television will produce while the series was developed in association with Paramount TV.
Hurt will play Bob Partridge, a decorated CIA field operative who is rusty and a little soft after 20 years behind a desk. He’s tried to make changes for the better while at the CIA, including recruiting a team of the country’s top young minds to come up with out-of-the-box solutions to some of the United States’ most intractable problems. Balaban
At the show’s premiere on Wednesday in Beverly Hills, Holmes’ cast and crew members revealed that the actress’ 10-year-old mini-me daughter frequently visited the set to see her mom in action.
Holmes — who plays Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis — directed the third episode of the series, and Suri had her own list of fun things to do while mom was working.
“Katie actually made her a chair that said ‘Director,
Deadline reports Brett Donahue has been cast as John Kennedy Jr. in The Kennedys — After Camelot TV show. The mini-series is Reelz and Muse Entertainment's sequel to the 2011 mini-series, The Kennedys. President John F. Kennedy, Sr. was buried on November 25, 1963, his son John-John's third birthday.
In The Kennedys — After Camelot, Katie Holmes reprises her role of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, from the original mini-series. Also returning for the sequel are Diana Hardcastle and Kristin Booth, as Rose and Ethel Kennedy, respectively. Matthew Perry has been cast as Ted Kennedy. The Kennedys — After Camelot TV series cast also includes Alexander Siddig as Aristotle Onasis and Kristen Hager as Joan Kennedy.
The son of John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died in a plane crash in 1999 when the plane he piloted carrying Carolyn Bessette Kennedy and her sister Lauren crashed into the Atlantic Ocean on the way to Martha's Vineyard.
Seventeen years after his death, Reelz is filming a new miniseries The Kennedys – After Camelot about the the family's life after 1963, and new photos from set have been released of Canadian actor
BBC America has set a May 30 premiere date for its rebooted season of “Top Gear,” featuring the hosting team of British TV personality Chris Evans, “Friends” actor Matt LeBlanc, Formula One commentator Eddie Jordan, motor racing driver Sabine Schmitz, and journalists Chris Harris and Rory Reid.
The new stunt-filled season, which was filmed in nine countries and four continents, will see the sixsome participating in on and off-road challenges, as well as testing the latest car models.
MTV will offer viewers a seven-minute live stream preview of “Scream” Season 2 via Facebook Live on May 13 (Friday the 13th). Tom Maden, who’s returning to the slasher-horror series for its sophomore season, will participate in the live event.
VH1 has renewed its “Dear Mama” Mother’s Day special as an annual holiday event. The one-hour program, which aired May 8, raked in 1.5 million viewers and led the cabler
That’s exactly what seems to happen in the first teaser for Dead of Summer, Freeform’s upcoming horror-drama from Once Upon a Time‘s Adam Horowitz, Eddy Kitsis and Ian Goldberg.
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Premiering Tuesday, June 28, at 9/8c, the 1980s-set series takes place at Camp Clearwater, a seemingly idyllic Midwestern summer camp, which quickly turns into “unforgettable scares and evil at every turn.” (TVLine’s Matt Mitovich served as an early consultant on the project.
The real-life (and onscreen) couple are expecting a baby – just like their characters James Gordon and Dr. Leslie Thompkins in Fox's Batman prequel.
In an exclusive clip from Monday's episode, Gordon tries to dissuade Thompkins from going on a potentially dangerous mission, as she is pregnant with his baby. She wants to go protect her patient Nora Fries (Kristen Hager), but Gordon doesn't think that's a great idea. Thompkins begs to differ.
"It's safe for Nora, but it's not safe for me? Keep thinking,
"...as 'Gordon', 'Bullock' and 'Barnes' continue the search for 'Victor Fries' (Nathan Darrow)...
"...they are forced to look to his wife 'Nora' (Kristen Hager), for help.
"Meanwhile, 'Penguin' is introduced to 'Hugo Strange' (Bd Wong), while 'Alfred' reveals...
"...some crucial information to 'Bruce' about his parents’ murderer..."
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Strange-rs Invade Arkham Asylum On An All-new “Gotham” Monday, March 7, On Fox
Nathan Darrow (“House of Cards”) and Bd Wong (“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”) Guest-Star
As Gordon, Bullock and Barnes continue the search for Victor Fries (guest star Nathan Darrow), they are forced to look to his wife, Nora (guest-star Kristen Hager), for help. Meanwhile, Penguin is introduced to Hugo Strange (guest star Bd Wong), and Alfred reveals some crucial information to Bruce about his parents’ murderer in the all-new “Rise of the Villains: A Dead Man Feels No Cold” episode of Gotham airing Monday, March 7 (8:00-9:01 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. (Gth-213) (TV-14 L, V)
Cast: Ben McKenzie as Detective James Gordon,
In the first clip, which can be viewed at the top, Bd Wong continues to play Hugo Strange to perfection as he not only offers us more insight into the sinister Indian Hill, but also becomes fascinated with Gotham City’s frosty new rogue. Seeing as how Nora Fries is about to be transferred to Arkham’s medical wing, it should make for some can’t miss television when the paths of Victor Fries and Hugo Strange converge.
Every word that comes from Strange’s mouth is dripping with such intellectualism and Machiavellianism – it is no wonder why the character’s first
It’s ice to meet Nathan Darrow’s Mr. Freeze, but the overcrowded-ness of this mid-season premiere means he’s given short shrift…
This review contains spoilers
2.12 Mr Freeze
Holy lengthy absence, Batman! After a mid-season break of three full months, Gotham season 2 has finally returned to our screens. It’s been so long that it could almost feel like the start of a new season rather than a continuation. That is, if it wasn’t for the eight and a half minutes of recapping that took place at the start of the episode.
The montage of all the villains we’ve already met felt a tad unnecessary, as did the not-yet-followed-up-on scene in which Tabitha and Butch formed an alliance, reminded us that Theo Galavan is dead, and clinked metal things saucily. I can’t help feeling that Jim’s flashback-heavy questioning session with Harvey Dent
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