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‘Every Day’ Review

Stars: Angourie Rice, Justice Smith, Jeni Ross, Lucas Jade Zumann, Rory McDonald, Katie Douglas, Jacob Batalon, Ian Alexander, Colin Ford, Jake Sim, Nicole Law, Karena Evans, Owen Teague, Maria Bello, Michael Cram | Written by Jesse Andrews | Directed by Michael Sucsy

Based on the 2012 novel by David Levithan, Every Day serves up an intriguing blend of science-fiction fantasy and Ya romance. The film’s unusual conceit comes with a side order of problematic plot points, but the script and the performances ensure that its positive central message wins out.

Directed by Michael Sucsy, the film centres on a spirit known only as “A”, who wakes up every day in a different body, a bit like Sam Beckett in TV’s Quantum Leap. The bodies are always the spirit’s age (around 16) and always within the same geographical area, and A is careful not to meddle too much in the lives of each person he inhabits.
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Film Review: ‘Every Day’

Film Review: ‘Every Day’
When it comes to romantic matchups, Hollywood has never been particularly shy about pairing a conventional human being with a fluky, not-of-this-earth partner: a mermaid, a superhero, King Kong, or Zach Galifianakis. But “Every Day,” an adaptation of David Levithan’s 2012 young-adult novel, marks a surprisingly original entry in the genre of fanciful mismatched love story.

The film’s heroine, Rhiannon (Angourie Rice), is an effervescent, tuned-in, and utterly normal teenager growing up in a woodsy suburb of Baltimore. The character she falls head over heels for is…a spirit. One who takes over the mind and body of a different local teenager every day, until the clock strikes midnight, at which point the spirit moves on to somebody else. The spirit, whose name is A., can occupy a boy or a girl, of any shape, size, or ethnicity, but he/she is always kind, thoughtful, sharp, funny, observant, and compassionate. Kind of like
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Mary Kills People: Season Two Premiere Date Announced by Lifetime (Video)

"Death gives life meaning." Lifetime has just unveiled a new trailer and the premiere date for season two of Mary Kills People.The drama centers on Dr. Mary Harris (Caroline Dhavernas), a physician and single mother who operates a mercy-killing business on the side. The cast also includes Jay Ryan, Richard Short, Lyriq Bent, Greg Bryk, Abigail Winter, Grace Lynn Kung, Katie Douglas, Alexandra Castillo, Sebastien Roberts, Lola Flanery, Natalie Lisinska, and Jess Salgueiro.Read More…
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Mary Kills People: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two on Lifetime?

Vulture WatchWill Dr. Harris keep putting the terminally ill out of their misery or end up on the business end of a lethal injection? Has the Mary Kills People TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Lifetime? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Mary Kills People 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 Canadian black comedy and mercy killing drama, Mary Kills People stars Caroline Dhavernas Jay Ryan, Richard Short, Lyriq Bent, Greg Bryk, Abigail Winter, Grace Lynn Kung, Katie Douglas, Alexandra Castillo, Sebastien Roberts, Lola Flanery, Natalie Lisinska, and Jess Salgueiro. The Lifetime TV series centers on Dr. Mary Harris (Dhavernas). A physician and single mother, Mary also
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Mary Kills People: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two on Lifetime?

Vulture WatchWill Dr. Harris keep putting the terminally ill out of their misery or end up on the business end of a lethal injection? Has the Mary Kills People TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Lifetime? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Mary Kills People 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 Canadian black comedy and mercy killing drama, Mary Kills People stars Caroline Dhavernas Jay Ryan, Richard Short, Lyriq Bent, Greg Bryk, Abigail Winter, Grace Lynn Kung, Katie Douglas, Alexandra Castillo, Sebastien Roberts, Lola Flanery, Natalie Lisinska, and Jess Salgueiro. The Lifetime TV series centers on Dr. Mary Harris (Dhavernas). A physician and single mother, Mary also
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Mary Kills People: Season One Ratings

Although series creator Tara Armstrong and star Caroline Dhavernas both want to make additional seasons of their new TV show, Canada's Global Television has not yet announced if Mary Kills People will be cancelled or renewed for season two. Is a renewal dependent on Lifetime's continued interest? How will the six-part first season perform in the Us TV ratings? Will the American audience extend the life of Mary Kills People, or will they deliver the death blow? Stay tuned.A black comedy and euthanasia drama, Mary Kills People also stars Jay Ryan, Richard Short, Lyriq Bent, Greg Bryk, Abigail Winter, Grace Lynn Kung, Katie Douglas, Alexandra Castillo, Sebastien Roberts, Lola Flanery, Natalie Lisinska, and Jess Salgueiro. The Global and Lifetime TV series centers on Dr. Mary Harris (Dhavernas). A physician and single mother, Mary also operates a mercy-killing business on the side. She deeply believes people should be in
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Mary Kills People Renewed for Season Two on Lifetime

It's alive. Lifetime has renewed its Mary Kills People TV show for a second season. A Canadian black comedy and mercy killing drama, Mary Kills People stars Caroline Dhavernas as Dr. Mary Harris, a physician and single mother who operates a euthanasia business on the side. The Lifetime TV series also stars Jay Ryan, Richard Short, Lyriq Bent, Greg Bryk, Abigail Winter, Grace Lynn Kung, Katie Douglas, Alexandra Castillo, Sebastien Roberts, Lola Flanery, Natalie Lisinska, and Jess Salgueiro. Read More…
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Mary Kills People: Season Two Renewal for Canadian Drama

Mary isn't quitting anytime soon. Recently, it was announced Global Television has renewed the TV series Mary Kills People for a second season.The dark dramedy, which airs on Lifetime in the U.S., stars Caroline Dhavernas as Mary Harris, a single mother and physician who also operates a mercy-killing business on the side. The cast also includes Jay Ryan, Richard Short, Lyriq Bent, Greg Bryk, Abigail Winter, Grace Lynn Kung, Katie Douglas, Alexandra Castillo, Sebastien Roberts, Lola Flanery, Natalie Lisinska, and Jess Salgueiro.Read More…
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Mary Kills People

Network: LifetimeEpisodes: Ongoing (hour)Seasons: OngoingTV show dates: April 23, 2017 — presentSeries status: Has not been cancelledPerformers include: Caroline Dhavernas, Jay Ryan, Richard Short, Lyriq Bent, Greg Bryk, Abigail Winter, Grace Lynn Kung, Katie Douglas, Alexandra Castillo, Sebastien Roberts, Lola Flanery, Natalie Lisinska, and Jess Salgueiro.TV show description:A Canadian black comedy-medical drama, the Mary Kills People TV show centers on Dr. Mary Harris (Dhavernas). A physician and single mother, Mary also operates a mercy-killing business on the side.She deeply believes people should be in control of their lives and their deaths. To Mary, that is liberty. Dying is not a crime.Dr. Des Bennet (Short) was Mary's co-worker at the hospital until he lost
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Mary Kills People: Lifetime Series Creator and Star Want Season Two and More

The Mary Kills People TV show debuts on Lifetime on April 23, 2017 at 10:00pm. The six-episode black comedy medical drama is a Canadian TV series that first aired on Global TV back January and February of this year. While Mary Kills People has not been cancelled or renewed for season two on Global, creator Tara Armstrong and star Caroline Dhavernas -- a veteran of cancelled TV series Hannibal and Wonderfalls -- are hoping for a renewal.A scripted series about euthanasia, Mary Kills People also stars Jay Ryan, Richard Short, Lyriq Bent, Greg Bryk, Abigail Winter, Grace Lynn Kung, Katie Douglas, Alexandra Castillo, Sebastien Roberts, Lola Flanery, Natalie Lisinska, and Jess Salgueiro.Read More…
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Eyewitness: Cancelled by USA; No Season Two

The Eyewitness TV show on USA Network has been cancelled after just one season of 10 episodes. The drama begins with teen boys — Philip Shea (Tyler Young) and Lukas Waldenbeck (James Paxton). When they meet up in a forest cabin to share their first kiss, they witness a shooting and barely escape with their lives. The cast also includes Julianne Nicholson, Gil Bellows, Warren Christie, and Tattiawna Jones.An adaptation of the Norwegian crime thriller called Øyevitne, Eyewitness explores a grisly crime from the point of view of the eyewitnesses. Amanda Brugel, Aidan Devine, Rainbow Sun Francks, Matt Murray, Katie Douglas, Mercedes Morris, Carlyn Burchell, Alex Karzis, and Adrian Fritsch recur.
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Exclusive Video: Go Behind the Screams of The Hub's Spooksville

The Hub Network is scaring up viewers with the midseason return of its live-action series Spooksville.

Based on the eponymous book series, Spooksville follows new kid in town Adam (Keean Johnson), who discovers that he holds the key to a battle between good and evil in his bizarre supernatural-filled small town. In the upcoming premiere, Adam's best friend Sally (Katie Douglas), while on a trip with her parents to an exclusive yacht club, discovers that an aspiring member has disappeared. To help solve the mystery, Sally enlists the help of Adam and Watch (Nick Purcha) to investigate and they soon discover that the yacht club is home to Spooksville's latest supernatural terror: a giant mutant crab pirate.

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Katie Douglas, Nick Purcha, and Keean Johnson Talk Spooksville

The Hub Network's kid-friendly frightfest "Spooksville" is heading into its spine-tingling mid-season finale on December 21st so before it takes off for the year, we sat down with three of its young stars, Katie Douglas, Nick Purcha, and Keean Johnson, for a Q&A.

Katie Douglas - "Sally Wilcox"

Q: What kind of response have you gotten from the show so far?

A: On social networking Sally’s quite a hit with the younger girls I noticed. They like her wardrobe, and the show is actually number two on the Hub Network, which is absolutely amazing.

Q: So tell me a little bit about what you thought when you first heard about the show, about doing something scary like this.

A: When I first heard about the audition, I read the description that it used to be a book so I looked everywhere for print copies, but I actually didn’t get to find it.
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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Glee, Once Upon a Time, Happy Endings, Parenthood and More!

Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Glee, Once Upon a Time, Happy Endings, Parenthood and More!
What new problems await the Glee club? Will “happily ever after” continue to elude Once Upon a Time‘s Charmings? Will a second go at Parenthood put Julia and Joel to the test? How is the Happy Endings gang now paying the bills? Read on for answers to those questions plus other teases from fall and summer shows.

Glee | So get this: Winning nationals may turn out to be the worst thing to happen to New Directions! As such, Mr. Schue will have his work cut out for him. “We’ve never been on top before,” Matthew Morrison explains, “so
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