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Freya Mavor & Josh Whitehouse in Trailer for 'Modern Life is Rubbish'

"Where's all this coming from?" Cleopatra has unveiled an official trailer for an indie romantic drama titled Modern Life is Rubbish, which played at the Edinburgh and Hawaii Film Festivals last year. The film is about a young couple on the verge of breaking-up. Brought together by their shared love of music, initially it was "opposites attract", but this didn't work for them long-term. Making the difficult decision to separate, they must split their prized music library. "But the sound track that defined their relationship keeps pulling them back together." Aww. Modern Life is Rubbish stars Freya Mavor and Josh Whitehouse as Natalie and Liam, with a cast including Tom Riley, Ian Hart, and Jessie Cave. This seems like a very smart, emotionally devastating look at modern love - and how complex it is. I also quite like the poster - see below. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for
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‘Dark Heart’: Tom Riley, Charlotte Riley Return For ITV Crime Drama’s Full Season

Shooting starts this month on the returning ITV crime thriller Dark Heart with Tom Riley as a cop haunted by the murder of his parents when he was 16. A pilot of the series, which was initially titled Wagstaffe, originally aired on ITV Encore in 2016. That two-hour pilot will make up the first episodes of the new six-part run which was ordered by ITV drama chief Polly Hill. Kate Bartlett’s Silverprint Pictures is producing. The series is inspired by characters created by…
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Ill Behaviour: Season One Ratings

With Shameless growing long in the tooth, Showtime has added some new comedies for the 2017-18 television season. In addition to White Famous and Smilf, the premium cabler has introduced the Ill Behaviour TV show -- a new program from BBC Two. Is the American television audience ready for a cancer comedy? Will Ill Behaviour be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. A Showtime thriller, Ill Behaviour stars Chris Geere, Tom Riley, Jessica Regan, Lizzy Caplan, Christina Chong, John Gordon Sinclair, Helena Day, Hemera Day, Tom Bell, and Anjana Vasan. The dark, British wish-fulfillment comedy from creator Sam Bain centers on Joel (Geere), a recently divorced underachiever. After receiving a £2 million divorce settlement, he reunites with his old schoolmates, Charlie (Riley) and Tess (Regan). When Joel and Tess learn Charlie has Hodgkins Lymphoma, but is refusing
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Ill Behaviour: Is the Showtime TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

Vulture Watch Has Charlie finally had it with Joel and Tess? Is the Ill Behaviour TV show cancelled or renewed for a second season on Showtime? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Ill Behaviour, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?  What's This TV Show About? A Showtime thriller, Ill Behaviour stars Chris Geere, Tom Riley, Jessica Regan, Lizzy Caplan, Christina Chong, John Gordon Sinclair, Helena Day, Hemera Day, Tom Bell, and Anjana Vasan. The dark, British wish-fulfillment comedy from creator Sam Bain centers on Joel (Geere), a recently divorced underachiever. After receiving a £2 million divorce settlement, he reunites with his old schoolmates, Charlie (Riley) and Tess (Regan). When
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Michael Pena's Sci-Fi Thriller Extinction Gets Pulled from Release

With almost exactly two months left before its release, Universal Pictures has yanked the upcoming Extinction from its January 26, 2018 release date. No reasoning for the release date shift was given, although it's not surprising, since, with just a few months left before the release, no promotional materials have debuted, including, trailers, posters and photos. Still, the studio hasn't issued a replacement release date for this sci-fi thriller, so it's possible that it could just be pushed until later in 2018.

The movie was set to go up against 20th Century Fox's The Maze Runner: The Death Cure and Studio 8's White Boy Rick on January 26, 2018, which would have arrived a few weeks after the first movie of 2018, which also belongs to Universal, the Insidious sequel entitled Insidious: The Last Key, which is the only movie to open in wide release on January 5, 2018. Also slated for release that month are Lionsgate's The Commuter,
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Lizzy Caplan is Returning to Her ‘Party Down’ Roots on ‘Ill Behaviour,’ and She’s Very Excited About It

Lizzy Caplan is Returning to Her ‘Party Down’ Roots on ‘Ill Behaviour,’ and She’s Very Excited About It
Lizzy Caplan is great at playing dark, jaded, and edgy characters. She hates that word — “edgy” — but she still uses it to describe Nadia, her role on the new Showtime acquisition, “Ill Behaviour.”

“I think the perception of me is that I played this type of screw-up a lot,” Caplan said in an interview with IndieWire. “It was a return to something familiar, but playing this type of sardonic– I hate the word edgy, but edgy screw-up, in a situation that was completely novel was exciting. I wanted to put back on my black T-shirts and my smeary eye makeup and get back on that horse again for a minute.”

The novel situation she refers to is indeed that: Nadia is a doctor called upon to illegally administer chemotherapy to an unwilling patient. Played by her husband, Tom Riley, Charlie wants to tackle his cancer with alternative medicine, but his
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Ill Behaviour

Network: Showtime. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: November 13, 2017 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Chris Geere, Tom Riley, Jessica Regan, Lizzy Caplan, Christina Chong, John Gordon Sinclair, Helena Day, Hemera Day, Tom Bell, and Anjana Vasan. TV show description: A dark, British wish-fulfillment comedy from creator Sam Bain, the Ill Behaviour TV show centers on Joel (Geere). This recently divorced underachiever with a fondness for cocaine flounders as he looks for some direction and meaning in life. After receiving a £2 million divorce settlement, he reunites with his old schoolmates, Charlie (Riley) and Tess (Regan). Although Tess has a job in It, it is killing
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'Ill Behavior': TV Review

Oh, those Brits, always messing about with comedy concepts.

It's hard to fault Ill Behavior creator and writer Sam Bain (Peep Show) for thinking a ridiculously unthinkable concept would be uniquely funny. That is, a relatively young man named Charlie (Tom Riley), with a wife and two young girls, finds out he's got cancer, and even though chemotherapy has, allegedly, a 94 percent chance of killing it in the early stages, he instead decides to go the "natural" route, with vegetable smoothies and kale enemas or what have you. Charlie's alleged best friend, Joel (Chris Geere), rightly finds this an...
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‘Ill Behaviour’ Review: Lizzy Caplan and Chris Geere are Wasted in a Twisted Cancer Comedy About Bad Friends

‘Ill Behaviour’ Review: Lizzy Caplan and Chris Geere are Wasted in a Twisted Cancer Comedy About Bad Friends
There’s a frustrating character type that pops up on TV from time to time: bad friends. While friendships filled with strife and conflict certainly exist, some writers rely on “good” friends betraying each other’s trust to create drama, leaving both an icky feeling in viewers’ minds and a lack of resonance between the characters and their audience. Of late, “Friends From College,” “Flaked,” and “I’m Dying Up Here” have all offered up toxic friendships meant to be seen as traditional, and now, despite the best efforts of a game cast, “Ill Behaviour” has joined the club.

Written by “Peep Show” co-creator Sam Bain, “Ill Behaviour” was originally released in the U.K. as three episodes, an hour each, but Showtime has divvied them up into six half-hour entries to better fit both the minimum episode count and genre/length associations in America. The edits don’t seem to disrupt the flow,
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Best TV to Watch in November: Rolling Stone at 50 Doc, True Crime and More

Best TV to Watch in November: Rolling Stone at 50 Doc, True Crime and More
Give thanks, TV viewers, that we’re coming up on a month that not only offers a handful of intriguing documentaries, the return of two breakout series from last year and a British sitcom about cancer starring Lizzy Caplan, but also the premieres of both S.W.A.T and S.M.I.L.F.! All this, plus an old-school horse opera and a two-part history lesson on five decades of Rolling Stone. Here's what you’ll be tuning into this November. (Our guide to the month's best streaming options will go up next week.
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Ill Behaviour: Showtime Picks Up UK Comedy Thriller Series

Premium cable is seldom on its best behavior. To that end, Showtime has picked up the Ill Behaviour TV show, complete with the extraneous U and all, from the BBC. The six-part comedy thriller hails from Fudge Park Productions and is written by Sam Bain and directed by Steve Bendelack. The first season premiered this past summer on BBC Two and will hit Showtime on Monday, November 13, 2017 at 10:30pm Et/Pt. As it examines the ins and outs of friendship, Ill Behaviour centers on Charlie (Tom Riley), who has decided to stop receiving cancer treatments. The Showtime series also stars Chris Geere, Lizzy Caplan, and Jessica Regan. The cast also includes Christina Chong and John Gordon Sinclair. Learn more from this Showtime press release. Read More…
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TVLine Items: Letterman Visits Kimmel, Worst Star Boards La to Vegas and More

TVLine Items: Letterman Visits Kimmel, Worst Star Boards La to Vegas and More
David Letterman is making a return to late-night TV — but not at his old CBS stomping grounds.

RelatedDavid Letterman to Come Out of Retirement for Netflix Series

The former Late Show host will appear as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live during a week of shows taped from Brooklyn that will air Oct. 16-20, ABC announced on Wednesday. The guest appearance marks Letterman’s second visit to Kimmel, the first being in 2012.

Letterman’s longtime bandleader Paul Shaffer will also sit in with house band Cleto and the Cletones for all five shows.

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‘Ill Behaviour’: Showtime Acquires BBC Comedy Series Starring Chris Geere, Lizzy Caplan & Tom Riley

BBC’s Ill Behaviour is heading to Showtime. The premium cabler has acquired the six-part comedy thriller starring Chris Geere (You’re the Worst), Masters of Sex alum Lizzy Caplan and Tom Riley (DaVinci’s Demons). It’s slated to premiere Monday, November 13 at 10:30 Pm Et/Pt. Written by Sam Bain (Peep Show) and directed by Steve Bendelack (Friday Night Dinner), Ill Behaviour focuses on Joel (Geere) who uses any methods, conventional or otherwise, to save Charlie (Riley)…
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Lizzy Caplan Just Got Married

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2017-09-05T08:01:06-07:00Lizzy Caplan Just Got Married

Not only did Lizzy Caplan jet off to a romantic Italian village to get married, she invited Tom Hiddleston, Woody Harrelson, Chris Hemsworth, and a bunch of other A-list celebs. It was a weekend to remember!

Via Us Weekly.

Off the market! Lizzy Caplan married fiance Tom Riley in Italy over Labor Day weekend, her rep confirmed to Us Weekly.

The groom also shared a black-and-white photo on Instagram Monday, September 4, of their celebrations, along with a hilarious caption: "This one seems fertile. She shall make a satisfactory first wife."

This one seems fertile. She shall make a satisfactory first wife.

A post shared by Tom Riley (@tomrileydoneaphoto) on Sep 4, 2017 at 1:48pm Pdt

The duo tied the knot in a romantic ceremony in Ravello, an Italian town on the Amalfi Coast that overlooks the Tyrrhenian Sea. Among
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Lizzy Caplan And Tom Riley Tie The Knot With Star-Studded Wedding In Italy

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Congratulations go out to actors Lizzy Caplan and Tom Riley after the couple tied the knot over the weekend in a romantic ceremony held in Ravello, an Italian town on the Amalfi coast. According to a report in a local newspaper, the ceremony was a star-studded one, with the couple’s nuptials attended by such celebs as […]
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Lizzy Caplan Marries Tom Riley in Italy — See Their Adorable Wedding Photo!

Lizzy Caplan Marries Tom Riley in Italy — See Their Adorable Wedding Photo!
Lizzy Caplan is now a Mrs.!

The Masters of Sex and Mean Girls star married British actor and producer Tom Riley in Italy over Labor Day weekend, People has confirmed.

“This one seems fertile,” Riley posted on Instagram on Monday, along with a black-and-white photo of the newlyweds sitting on the ground laughing while at their wedding. “She shall make a satisfactory first wife.”

Caplan, 35, and Riley, 36, got engaged in May 2016. The couple first stepped out on the red carpet together at the Prague Opera Ball in February 2016, a year after they met in January 2015 while Caplan was filming in London.
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Mean Girls Star Lizzy Caplan Marries Tom Riley in Italy

Mean Girls Star Lizzy Caplan Marries Tom Riley in Italy
Get in loser, we're going to Lizzy Caplan's wedding!  The Mean Girls and Masters of Sex star is now officially married to Tom Riley, her rep confirmed to E! News. Lizzy and Tom gathered their closest family and friends for an intimate affair in Ravello, Italy this weekend.  "This one seems fertile," Riley wrote on Instagram from the Villa Cimbrone Ravello on the Amalfi Coast. "She shall make a satisfactory first wife." The newly minted husband and wife confirmed their engagement in July 2016, six months after Caplan and the British actor made their red carpet debut as an official couple. This marks the first marriage for both Lizzy and...
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26 new UK TV shows to look out for

Louisa Mellor Jun 1, 2017

Some exciting new UK drama and comedy commissions are making their way to TV over the next year or so…

We know, we know. You still have two episodes of Fargo season two before you can think about starting season three. You’ve already fallen behind on American Gods. Your planner memory is chock-a-block with Big Little Lies and that Oj Simpson thing and some Spanish prison series your workmate bullied you into recording. You’re struggling to make time for Twin Peaks. New Game Of Thrones is just around the corner. And guess what, Netflix UK have just added a whole new season of It’s Always Sunny, those sods. You need a list of new TV show recommendations like you need a hole in the head.

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And yet, as long as they keep making them, we’ll keep recommending them.
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Fudge Park Revs Up TV Slate With BBC Comedy ‘Ill Behaviour’ From ‘Peep Show’ Scribe Sam Bain

Exclusive: In advance of the BBC Worldwide Showcase event in Liverpool next week, Fudge Park's Iain Morris and Damon Beesley are teaming with hot Brit writer Sam Bain for three-part BBC Comedy laffer Ill Behaviour. Exec produced by Fudge Park, the banner set up in 2015 by The Inbetweeners creators Morris and Beesley, Ill Behaviour stars Chris Geere (Waterloo Road), Tom Riley (Da Vinci's Demons), Lizzy Caplan (Mean Girls), Jessica Regan (Call the Midwife), Christina Chong
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