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TVLine Items: Sacha Baron Cohen's Spy Series, Tig Notaro's Trek and More

TVLine Items: Sacha Baron Cohen's Spy Series, Tig Notaro's Trek and More
Sacha Baron Cohen will portray an Israeli spy in a Netflix limited series.

Per our sister site Deadline, The Spy tells the story of Eli Cohen, a 1960s Israeli spy who embedded himself into Syrian politics, until he was discovered and publicly executed. Baron Cohen has an interest in helping Syrian refugees, donating over $1 million to refugee organizations over the past few years.

Previously on TV, Baron Cohen was the creator and star of Da Ali G Show and can currently be seen in Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity special on Netflix.

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‘I’m Dying Up Here’: Dana Gould & Beau Mirchoff Set To Recur In Season 2

Dana Gould (Stan Against Evil) and Awkward alum Beau Mirchoff are set to recur on the second season of Showtime drama series I’m Dying Up Here. Created and executive produced by Dave Flebotte and executive produced by Jim Carrey and Michael Aguilar, the fictional I'm Dying Up Here, based on the book by William Knoedelseder, explores L.A.'s famed 1970s stand-up comedy scene. It delves into the inspired, damaged and complicated psyches of a fictional group of competitive…
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Freeform Announces ‘The Fosters’ Series Finale Date and New Cast Members

Freeform Announces ‘The Fosters’ Series Finale Date and New Cast Members
Freeform has announced that the special three-night conclusion of “The Fosters” will premiere June 4 at 8 p.m. and conclude on June 6 at 8 p.m. with a “supersized” episode.

This comes on the heels of the show's fifth season spring finale, which was also the series’ 100th episode.

Freeform also announced that Abigail Cowen, Robert Gant, Susan Walters, Beau Mirchoff, Spencer List and Dallas Young are joining the fray when the family drama returns to conclude its run this summer.

Cowen appeared in the spring finale as Brandon’s (David Lambert) fiance, Eliza. Gant and Walters will portray Eliza’s parents,
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The Fosters Announces Series Finale Date, Adds Teen Wolf and Awkward Vets

The Fosters Announces Series Finale Date, Adds Teen Wolf and Awkward Vets
Still reeling from last night’s emotional The Fosters season finale? Well, the tearfest isn’t over yet: A three-night series finale event will air beginning Monday, June 4 at 8/7c and conclude with a supersized episode on Wednesday, June 6 at 8 pm, Freeform announced on Wednesday. (The Callie and Mariana-centric spinoff set in Los Angeles will launch at a later, Tba date.)

As hinted at in Tuesday’s finale — and revealed in the promo above — the upcoming farewell arc will center on Brandon’s destination wedding with fiancée Eliza (Wisdom of the Crowd‘s Abigail Cowen). Joining the festivities are guest stars Robert Gant (13 Reasons Why,
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Today in Soap Opera History (January 13)

1989: The Ryan's Hope finale aired on ABC.

2013: The broadcast TV finale of One Life to Live aired on ABC."History is a vast early warning system."

Norman Cousins

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1958: On The Edge of Night, Capt. Bill Marceau (Mandel Kramer) took McGinnis and Lowrey in for questioning.

1969: Joel Crothers aired for the final time on Dark Shadows. He played Joe Haskell and Nathan Forbes on the show.

1975: On Another World, after Rachel (Victoria Wyndham) accepted Mac's (Douglass Watson) marriage proposal at Iris' (Beverlee McKinsey) party, Liz broke away sobbing. Mac asked the guests to toast the future Mrs. Cory but Iris
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'Flatliners' Composer on the 'True Blood' Scene That Catapulted His Career (Exclusive)

'Flatliners' Composer on the 'True Blood' Scene That Catapulted His Career (Exclusive)
Composer Nathan Barr isn’t a name an ordinary person would recognize, but scour his resume and one is bound to find a television show (True Blood, The Americans) or movie (Grindhouse, Hostel) they’ve obsessed over. Now, Barr is taking his talents to Flatliners, the modern remake of the 1990 sci-fi psychological horror film toplined by Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts and Kevin Bacon.

But Barr, who grew up in Tokyo with musical parents and spent much of his career scoring horror films, credits his experience on True Blood, in which he served as head composer for its entire seven-season run, as his breakthrough moment.

“Ever since True Blood, things started to take off,” the 44-year-old industry vet tells Et. “As composers and in many facets of filmmaking, you always need that one person who endorses us and the phone starts ringing. When [creator] Alan Ball hired me on True Blood, that was one of those moments.”

Barr detailed
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Exclusive: Ellen Page Says Girlfriend Emma Portner's Support 'Is the Best'

Exclusive: Ellen Page Says Girlfriend Emma Portner's Support 'Is the Best'
Ellen Page and Emma Portner stepped out for a fun date night!

Et's Ashley Crossan caught up with the 30-year-old actress at the premiere of her latest film, Flatliners, on Wednesday night in Hollywood, where she gushed about having her girlfriend's support at the event.  

"Oh, it's the best," Page told Et. "Yeah, it's the best."

The couple held hands as they posed for the cameras on the red carpet. Page sported a black blazer, leather pants and boots. Meanwhile, the dancer rocked a black-and-navy shirt with black capris and patent leather loafers. 

Watch: 'Flatliners' Trailer: Ellen Page and Nina Dobrev Experiment With Dying

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On their way to the premiere, Page also shared a sweet selfie of her and Portner on Instagram.

Exclusive: Beau Mirchoff Talks 'Flatliners' and His Real Near-Death Experience: I Thought 'This Is It'

The couple, romantically linked since July, often share pics
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Exclusive: Beau Mirchoff Talks 'Flatliners' and His Real Near-Death Experience: I Thought 'This Is It'

Exclusive: Beau Mirchoff Talks 'Flatliners' and His Real Near-Death Experience: I Thought 'This Is It'
You can call it Beau 2.0, but Beau Mirchoff won't. 

The 28-year-old actor is known to many fans from MTV's high school comedy, Awkward, but his latest role is no Matty McKibben. In the year since Awkward's series finale, Mirchoff has graduated from high school to med school, with the upcoming film Flatliners

"I don't think I can play high school anymore, which is a good thing," Mirchoff told Et over the phone, insisting that he doesn't consider this the next chapter of his career. "I don't really look at it that way, [but] I feel like I've been evolving since Awkward.

The actor plays Brad, a "naive" medical student in Flatliners, a reimagining of the 1990 film of the same name, which centers on a group of students who conduct experiments trying to produce near-death experiences. 

Watch: 'Flatliners' Trailer: Ellen Page and Nina Dobrev Experiment With Death

"It's very much in line with the themes of the
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Flatliners’ Beau Mirchoff on what fans can expect from the movie’s reboot

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The 1990 sci-fi horror film Flatliners is getting the reboot treatment, with Ellen Page, Nina Dobrev, and Beau Mirchoff carrying on the ill-advised, heart-stopping, near-death experiments of their predecessors. In the video above, Mirchoff gives us a taste of what to expect from the reboot.

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Flatliners Trailer #2 Makes Death Look Like a Blast

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Flatliners Trailer #2 Makes Death Look Like a Blast
Just like this group of medical students in this upcoming thriller, the Flatliners franchise has been brought back from the dead with a new movie hitting theaters later this month. To get fans ready for this "revival" that continues the story from the original 1990 movie, Sony Pictures has dropped a new trailer, that shows how these medical students' lives change drastically after an experiment where they're brought back from the dead. The trailer also reveals the sequel's new tagline, "You haven't lived until you've died."

In Flatliners, five medical students, obsessed by the mystery of what lies beyond the confines of life, embark on a daring and dangerous experiment: by stopping their hearts for short periods of time, each triggers a near-death experience giving them a firsthand account of the afterlife. But as their experiments become increasingly dangerous, they are each haunted by the sins of their pasts, brought on
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Jc Caylen To Co-Star In Crackle Original Feature ‘Party Boat’

Crackle, Sony's ad-supported video streaming platform, has announced its next original feature -- a raucous comedy called Party Boat. In addition to SNL and Jerry Maguire actor Jay Mohr, the film also touts some digital star wattage from noted vlogger Jc Caylen.

Also appearing in Party Boat are Brett Davern (Crackle’s Chosen), Beau Mirchoff (MTV’s Awkward), Sung Kang (Fast And Furious 6), Demetrius Bridges (The Vampire Diaries), and Katie LeClerc, who most recently headlined Awesomeness’ first original Awestruck series, Confess. In the film, Davern plays an irresponsible party animal named Max who is on a mission to throw a wild birthday party for his best friend and longtime crush (Leclerc), whose boyfriend -- unbeknownst to Max -- is planning a proposal.

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Flatliners Remake Is Ready for Reshoots

Flatliners Remake Is Ready for Reshoots
Back in November, Sony Pictures made a numberof changes to their upcoming release schedule, including a shift of their Flatliners remake release date, pushing it from the summer slot of August 18 to September 29. As it turns out, there was a good reason for that shift, with director Niels Arden Oplev assembling his cast once again for reshoots, which will take place in Toronto next month. If the studio would have kept the old release date, it would have been cutting it too close for comfort.

Iatse 873, the local Toronto chapter of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees union, revealed on their website that Flatliners reshoots have been scheduled in Toronto for eight days, spanning July 24 to August 1. If Sony would have kept the August 18 release intact, the production would have certainly been rushing to get this new footage into the movie in just a few short weeks. Still, even with the release date delay,
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11 TV Teens Who Definitely Aren't Teens Anymore

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It's so hard to be a teenager.

It's even harder to be a teenager when an actor, well into their '20s or '30s, is still tapping into those angsty teen emotions.

We get it.

A lot of TV studios cast actors who are older than the characters they play.

But what about those actors who've ended up playing a teenager for several seasons of television?

Here are just a few TV teens who are actually well-past high school.

1. Stefan Salvatore - The Vampire Diaries Paul Wesley has been playing Stefan Salvatore on The Vampire Diaries for 8 years. While Stefan is eternally 17, Wesley himself is in his '30s. 2. Scott McCall - Teen Wolf Teen Wolf, you say? Tyler Posey, who's played teenage werewolf Scott since the beginning of the series, is actually 25. 3. Spencer Hastings - Pretty Little Liars The lying teens may have had a recent time jump into the future,
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Got ‘Em! Flatliners Remake Is Actually A Sequel

File this one under “news nobody saw coming… because no one was exactly looking.” There’s been buzz since 2011 about a remake of the sci-fi cult hit Flatliners, but things became more solidified in recent months as a cast popped up around the project, including original star Kiefer Sutherland.

His involvement seemed to indicate that the remake might carry on from the events of the first pic – which would in fact make it a sequel (or at the very least a requel, if you hate yourself enough to engage in that level of Hollywood jargon) – but it wasn’t until earlier this week that Flatliners was unveiled as a full-on sequel.

During an interview with Metro, Sutherland couldn’t help but spoil his real role in the follow-up, saying:

“I play a professor at the medical university. It is never stated but it will probably be very clearly understood that
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Casting News: Linney, Foy, Gillan, Mirchoff


Laura Linney is returning to television with the actress tapped to star opposite Jason Bateman in the Netflix drama series "Ozark". Bill Dubuque ("The Judge") is onboard as writer-executive producer alongside Bateman who will also direct and "Hell on Wheels" producer Chris Mundy who will serve as showrunner.

Set in the world of drug-money laundering, the pair play a financial planner couple who must suddenly relocate from Chicago to a summer resort community in the Ozarks. The series will premiere worldwide on Netflix in 2017. [Source: The Live Feed]

Disney's The Nutcracker

Mackenzie Foy ("Interstellar," "The Twilgiht Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2") has scored the role of Clara in its latest retelling of "The Nutcracker and the Four Realms" at Walt Disney Pictures. Foy joins Misty Copeland who was recently announced as the lead ballerina in the film's sole dance number.

Based on the 1816 story by E.T.A. Hoffmann which subsequently became the 1892 Tchaikovsky ballet, Foy's
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Awkward: Executive Producers on the MTV Finale Twists

When Awkward was last renewed, it was reportedly for a fifth and final season, leaving the show effectively cancelled, which is... you know, awkward, especially with some of the developments in the finale. Showrunners Chris Alberghini and Mike Chessler would like to do a sixth season and say most of the cast is game to continue the series, too. In other words, the show's fate is up to MTV.

Awkward stars Ashley Rickards, Beau Mirchoff, Nikki DeLoach, Jillian Rose Reed, and Brett Davern. In last night's Awkward season five and possibly series finale, there were some twists. Did you see them coming? Chessler previously said it was designed as a series finale, just in case it is the end. Did it feel like one, to you?

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Faking It Cancelled After 3 Seasons

Faking It Cancelled After 3 Seasons
Proving that broadcast networks aren’t the only ones dropping the ax this week, MTV has confirmed that Faking It will not continue beyond Season 3.

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“My hope is that Faking It will be the first show that started what I call the post-gay era on television,” series creator Carter Covington tells The Hollywood Reporter. “We always tried to approach the storytelling as coming from a place beyond coming out stories and really exploring the lives of all of our characters, regardless of their sexuality.
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Teen Wolf Season 6: Teen Beach Star Ross Butler Recruited to Play Ball

Teen Wolf Season 6: Teen Beach Star Ross Butler Recruited to Play Ball
Ross Butler is making a pit stop in Beacon Hills on his way to Riverdale.

VideosTeen Wolf‘s Arden Cho Not Returning for Season 6 — Watch Announcement

The actor, who plays Reggie in The CW’s Archie Comics-inspired pilot, will appear in the upcoming sixth season of MTV’s Teen Wolf, according to The Wrap. He’ll play Nathan, a lacrosse player who refuses to believe in the supernatural — you know, until he doesn’t have a choice in the matter.

RelatedTeen Wolf Season 6: Meet the New Teacher We Already Don’t Trust

Little is known about Season 6, including its premiere date,
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Scream Season 2 Trailer: A 'New' Killer Raises Hell in Lakewood

Scream Season 2 Trailer: A 'New' Killer Raises Hell in Lakewood
“Welcome back, horror fans,” indeed.

MTV on Monday unveiled the first official trailer for Scream‘s upcoming second season, which welcomes Emma back to Lakewood in the hopes of returning to “normal.” (Yeah, good luck with that.)

RelatedScream Season 2: New Characters, Twisted Plot Revealed

Along with the usual suspects — a term that also works literally in this case — a new crop of characters will be joining the MTV slasher in Season 2, including Zoe, an major over-achiever with a big secret to hide, and Gustavo, a “dark and brooding” outsider with a deep appreciation for all things horror.

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