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"Young Justice: Outsiders" Finally Gets a Premiere Date on DC Universe

The Apocalypse is coming to "Young Justice" — more specifically, the fan-favorite superhero animated series is heading to Apokolips on the highly anticipated third season, "Young Justice: Outsiders." A new teaser gives us a glimpse at the dangerous alien planet as well as our first confirmation of the season’s official release date on the DC Universe streaming service.
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"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" Showrunner, Cast Tease Gina's 'F--king Epic' Exit

"Brooklyn Nine Nine"'s departing Chelsea Peretti is going out in a blaze of, well, Gina. “I can tease that Gina departs in a very Gina Linetti-esque way,” showrunner Dan Goor tells TVLine, adding that the character’s Season 6 swan song will be “funny but also… emotional. [Chelsea] is really one of the funniest people in the world and a great actress and I think all of that comes out in her exit.”

Last month, Peretti announced that she would be jumping ship shortly after the former Fox sitcom docks at NBC on Thursday, Jan. 10. At the time, Goor conceded that
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‘Devil May Cry’ Series in the Works as Part of Adi Shankar’s “Bootleg Multiverse”

‘Devil May Cry’ Series in the Works as Part of Adi Shankar’s “Bootleg Multiverse”
Adi Shankar made good on his promise to deliver "the best f*cking video game adaptation ever made to date" with "Castlevania," now enjoying its bloody run of two seasons on Netflix. Now, Shankar is upping the ante by taking on not just another video game adaptation, but one from a completely different gaming company and one that will exist under his umbrella of properties in the newly minuted "Bootleg Multiverse." Next up: Capcom's "Devil May Cry." Shankar's Bootleg Universe, a banner that showcases his imaginative and ballsy approaches to pop culture mash-ups and reimaginings of popular franchises, …
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Hulu Orders ‘Sweet Tooth’ Fantasy Pilot From Team Downey, Warner Bros. TV

Hulu Orders ‘Sweet Tooth’ Fantasy Pilot From Team Downey, Warner Bros. TV
Hulu has given a pilot production order to an adaptation of the DC Vertigo comic “Sweet Tooth” shepherded by Robert Downey Jr.’s Team Downey banner and Warner Bros. Television.

Hap and Leonard” alum Jim Mickle is writing and directing the pilot and will exec produce with Robert Downey Jr., Susan Downey, Amanda Burrell and Linda Moran.

The project is based on the comic book series created by Jeff Lemire. “Sweet Tooth” is billed as a coming-of-age drama revolving aorund Gus, a boy/deer hybrid who leaves home to find the world ravaged by a cataclysmic event. He joins up
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Are We Ever Going To See a Mountain Monsters Season 6?

Mountain Monsters is a show that has aired for five seasons on Destination America, one of the channels that’s frequently featured on premium packages for satellite and cable television. Typically, the network deals with things that are paranormal and in some cases, they venture into the world of cryptozoology. Mountain Monsters is a show that kind of combines both of these things into a single series, and people that have seen it either love it or hate it. It really is no middle ground with this show, to say the least. The show features the Aims team and typically, you

Are We Ever Going To See a Mountain Monsters Season 6?
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The Five Best Michael Fassbender Movies of His Career

Michael Fassbender has his share of admirers and detractors but none of this can erase the fact that he is a very solid and versatile actor. He’s won an insane amount of awards and been nominated for even more, and he’s taken part in a great number of movies in a wide variety of roles that have seen him be completely docile all the way to murderous and deranged. In many ways he’s one of those actors that can take on the persona of the character he’s playing without much help or effort it would seem and yet some decide

The Five Best Michael Fassbender Movies of His Career
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DWTS' Juan Pablo Di Pace on Shocking Elimination: 'We Were Bringing Art to the Show' — Plus: Who Should Win?

DWTS' Juan Pablo Di Pace on Shocking Elimination: 'We Were Bringing Art to the Show' — Plus: Who Should Win?
The Dancing With the Stars ballroom was a sea of dropped jaws on Monday night, after Season 27 frontrunner Juan Pablo Di Pace failed to score a spot in the Nov. 19 finale. (When your elimination inspires a Change.org petition, you know you’re doing something right.)

TVLine spoke with the Fuller House actor after his surprising ouster, and he admitted the elimination was “heartbreaking,” despite being touched by the “outpouring of love and outrage and anger” from fans.

“People are so amazing, and the fans are so vocal, so I’m good. I’m really good,” Di Pace told us.
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The Best Uses of Vince Gill Songs in Movies or TV

Vince Gill made his way onto the scene in a pretty standard manner, he worked for it and attained notoriety and then fame as it came along and began to become one of the most well-known names in country music. He’s worked a lifetime to keep his reputation and his career moving forward and he’s gained a very impressive fanbase that have remained loyal for some time. Vince has received several awards for his efforts throughout his life and continues to be the name on a lot of lips when it comes to citing people that are an inspiration to

The Best Uses of Vince Gill Songs in Movies or TV
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‘Big Mouth’ Renewed for Season 3 by Netflix — Watch the Announcement Video

You haven’t seen the last of the Hormone Monster. Netflix has announced that “Big Mouth” will return for a third season, breaking the news with a quick video montage promising that “puberty gets even messier” in the next round of episodes — no easy feat, considering that the vulgar-yet-wholesome animated series shows adolescence in all its grotesque glory. The show’s warts-and-all approach has earned it acclaim since its premiere in September the fall of 2017.

Created by Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin, and Jennifer Flackett and based on Kroll and Goldberg’s own youth, the show’s voice cast is led by Kroll himself, John Mulaney, Jessi Klein, Jenny Slate, Maya Rudolph, Fred Armisen, Jason Mantzoukas, and Jordan Peele, among many others. In addition to its graphic portrayals of nearly every aspect of puberty, the show features a literal Hormone Monster who follows Kroll’s character and acts as the devil on his shoulder,
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Big Mouth Renewed for Season 3

Puberty is going to last another year, at least: Netflix has renewed the animated comedy Big Mouth for a third season, TVLine has learned.

The comedy stars Nick Kroll and John Mulaney as teens Nick and Andrew, and follows their awkward sexual awakening as they and their adolescent friends fumble their way towards adulthood with the help and encouragement of, um, Hormone Monsters. (Yeah, this cartoon is definitely not for kids.) The supporting cast includes Parks and Rec alum Jenny Slate, Kroll’s The League co-star Jason Mantzoukas and Inside Amy Schumer‘s Jessi Klein, with guest appearances from Fred Armisen,
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Anthony Gonzalez

Some people actually get jealous when they see kids as young as Anthony Gonzalez making it big before they’re even old enough to drive, but considering that in show business right now it sometimes takes starting early to really develop a career this is something impressive. While he hasn’t done a lot as of yet he has managed to impress enough people with his acting skills to have started on the road towards something that might work out to something great someday and afford him the chance to really shine as an individual much in the same way he’s already

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Anthony Gonzalez
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What We Know about Code Geass Season 3

Code Geass is an animated series that originates from Japan. The first episode aired in October of 2006 and the last episode was shown in September of 2008. The show’s plot is a rather disconcerting one. In the show, a dictator government has overthrown all of Japan and people there have lost their right to do anything of their own accord. They’re now referred to as elevens, as the region itself is called Area 11. To make matters even worse, the enforcers of all of these new laws and regulations are not even human. Instead, they are robotic. Whenever someone

What We Know about Code Geass Season 3
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The TVLine-Up: What's New, Returning and Leaving the Week of Nov. 18

The TVLine-Up: What's New, Returning and Leaving the Week of Nov. 18
This weekly feature is in addition to TVLine’s daily What to Watch listings.

With nearly 500 scripted shows now airing across broadcast, cable, streaming and whatever “Fandor” is, it’s easy to forget that a favorite comedy is returning, or that the new “prestige drama” you anticipated is about to debut. So consider this our reminder to set your DVR, order a Season Pass, pop a fresh Memorex into the Vcr… however it is you roll.

Below you’ll find three limited series premieres (including the John le Carré adaptation The Little Drummer Girl), 10 season finales (including Dancing With the Stars
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Three of the Most Disappointing Days of Our Lives Story Lines

Days of Our Lives fans know that many situations are disappointing. The thing with television – especially of the daytime variety – is that you simply do not always get what you want. You have to work very hard to make things happen for the people in your life, but these people don’t always care about anyone but themselves, and that’s what it all boils down to. There is a lot that happens in this situation, but we think that some story lines are a bit more disappointing than others. And, to be fair, they are not always disappointing just

Three of the Most Disappointing Days of Our Lives Story Lines
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Bill Maher Doesn’t Understand Why People Are Mourning Stan Lee

Bill Maher Doesn’t Understand Why People Are Mourning Stan Lee
Stan Lee died at 95 this week, and millions are mourning his loss. Bill Maher isn’t one of them, as the ever-controversial “Real Time” host has published a blog entry in which he downplays the Marvel Comics creator’s legacy and even links him to Donald Trump.

“The guy who created Spider-Man and the Hulk has died, and America is in mourning. Deep, deep mourning for a man who inspired millions to, I don’t know, watch a movie, I guess,” Maher writes. “Someone on Reddit posted, ‘I’m so incredibly grateful I lived in a world that included Stan Lee.’ Personally, I’m grateful I lived in a world that included oxygen and trees, but to each his own.”

He suggests that, though he read comic books as a kid, the assumption used to be that you’d grow out of them and move on to “big-boy books without
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‘Narcos: Mexico’ Review: Two Great Performances Anchor Bleak, Compelling Season

“Narcos: Mexico” wants you to think that it’s a whole new show. The newest season of the Netflix drama did go to the trouble of enlisting a new cast, relocating to a different area of the world, and promising first-time viewers that it’s not necessary to have seen the previous seasons. It’s even listed separately from “Narcos” on the Netflix site, with the new episodes listed as “Season 1.”

However, it is still the same series in every respect that matters, which makes it an easy recommend for previous fans. Showrunner Eric Newman has gotten very good at dramatizing the ever-expanding saga of the drug war for television, and the result here are 10 tense, detail-oriented episodes that don’t lack for action and drama.

While the scope might seem large, “Mexico” manages an admirable level of focus, as the show boils down largely to two men in the
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SNL 'Precap': 5 Sketches That Oughta Be Included in Steve Carell's Episode

SNL 'Precap': 5 Sketches That Oughta Be Included in Steve Carell's Episode
You’ll forgive us if this Saturday Night Live precap reads as if if was written in enthusiastic italics. We’re riding a little high after we correctly predicted four out of five of last week’s sketches (among them, the return of Kate McKinnon’s “Close Encounters”). Actually, we’re not riding a little high, we’re riding so high that we’re halfway to 100 percent sure we’ve also accurately guessed at least the same number of bits that’ll be included in this weekend’s Steve Carell-hosted episode. Read on, and see if you agree we’re on a roll…
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The Best Uses of Three Dog Night Songs in Movies or TV

It’s amazing how a band name can come along. Three Dog Night was adopted by the band after one of their girlfriend’s read a story describing how indigenous Australians would sometimes sleep in a hole in the ground on cold nights, embracing a dingo. If it was freezing it could be a two or three-dog night, thereby inspiring the name. Of course that was disputed since there’s always more to a story than you originally hear and given that this is a bit obscure it might be hard to others to really swallow. Whether or not any of that story

The Best Uses of Three Dog Night Songs in Movies or TV
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