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"30 Rock" Alum Katrina Bowden Joins "Bold and the Beautiful" as Series Regular

"30 Rock/link"] vet Katrina Bowden is returning to her soap opera roots with a series-regular role on CBS’ "The Bold and the Beautiful," TVLine has learned exclusively.

The actress — who made her acting debut in 2006 via a multi-episode arc on ABC’s now-defunct One Life to Live — will play Flo, a character who shares a past with Dr. Reese Buckingham’s (Wayne Brady). Her first episode is slated to air on Jan. 14.

Bowden appeared in all seven seasons of 30 Rock as Liz Lemon’s assistant Cerie Xerox. Additional TV credits include guest stints on Psych, Ugly Betty and New Girl, as
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Jodie Whittaker to Return as ‘Doctor Who’ in 2020 Amid Strong U.S. Ratings

Jodie Whittaker to Return as ‘Doctor Who’ in 2020 Amid Strong U.S. Ratings
Doctor Who” will be back on global screens in early 2020, with Jodie Whittaker returning in her groundbreaking role as the show’s first regular female timelord. The show was renewed by the BBC amid mixed overnight but strong consolidated numbers in the U.K., and strong ratings in the U.S.

British viewers tuned in in droves to the first episode of the current season. With 11 million viewers (consolidated), it was the second-biggest drama audience of the year and the best launch for “Doctor Who” in a decade in the U.K.

Overnight ratings declined steadily over the course of the series,
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Tom DeLonge Paranormal Series "Strange Times" in Development at TBS (Exclusive)

Tom DeLonge Paranormal Series
Former Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge left the hugely successful band in 2015 in part to explore other opportunities, including his interest in aliens and the paranormal. His passion resulted in the acclaimed graphic novel, “Strange Times,” which is now being turned into a series for TBS.

The series, which Variety can exclusively announce is being put into development, will be written and executive produced by Aaron Karo. DeLonge, The Cartel’s Stan Spry and Jeff Holland and Strike Entertainment’s Russell Binder will serve as executive producers.

DeLonge, who played guitar in Blink and fronted his own band, Angels and Airwaves,
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"Power" Shuts Down Production After Crew Member Killed

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The Starz series “Power” has shut down production after an on-set accident led to the death of a production assistant early Monday morning.

Pedro Jimenez was setting up traffic cones for a shoot in Brooklyn at approximately 4:30 Am ET when he was struck by an SUV. He was later pronounced dead at a local hospital.

“We are deeply saddened by the loss of one of the members of our ‘Power’ family,” a Starz spokesperson said in a statement. “Our thoughts are with Mr. Jimenez’ family as we work to fully understand what has happened.”

It is unknown at this time precisely how long the production shut down will last. “Power” is currently in production on its sixth season.

More to come…
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Hey Now, Hey Now! Hilary Duff Is Having "Conversations" About a Lizzie McGuire Reboot

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Hey Now, Hey Now! Hilary Duff Is Having
Hilary Duff just revealed there have been talks of a Lizzie McGuire revival, and this is what our early 2000s dreams are made of. The 31-year-old Younger actress told Entertainment Tonight on Thursday that the hit Disney Channel TV show may be returning, though not for a while.

"There have been some conversations," Duff shared, although she also told E! News it's "very far off into the distance."

Viewers last saw Lizzie in 2003, as she traveled Rome during the beloved Lizzie McGuire Movie. While fans can't go marking their calendars for a reboot just yet, Duff admits this potential revival could be very exciting.

"I love her so much," Duff said of Lizzie, 15 years after the show's end. "I think that she was so important to girls at an important time in their life. If she could be important to them again at this age, I think that would be amazing.
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‘All American’ Producer Robbie Rogers on the Importance of Athletes Also Being Advocates

‘All American’ Producer Robbie Rogers on the Importance of Athletes Also Being Advocates
As a professional athlete, Robbie Rogers played soccer for Leeds United and the La Galaxy. He also authored a book about his experience coming out as a gay man in the world of sports. Now he’s using his experience of feeling like an “outsider” to inform his producing work on the CW’s high school football drama “All American,” which is based on the life of former NFL linebacker Spencer Paysinger.

The worlds of soccer and football are not necessarily synonymous. What connected you to Spencer’s story and made you want to be a part of “All American
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Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Gabi and Abby Go At It

Days of Our Lives fans know that the past week was a mess. It was a week when everyone and everything basically fell apart for everyone. Right now, Abby is working her way out of her situation. She needed to find a way out of Bayview, and she did. She got Stefan to think she was Gabby again, and he found a way out for her. Things are turning around for her, and we predict she’s going to lose it when she finds out that her baby is Chad’s and that Gabi orchestrated all of this to ensure she was

Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Gabi and Abby Go At It
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TV Shows to Watch the Week of Dec. 10, 2018: ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale,’ ‘The Conners’

Welcome back to Tune In: our weekly newsletter offering a guide to the best of the week’s TV.

Each week, Variety’s TV team combs through the week’s schedule, selecting our picks of what to watch and when/how to watch them. This week, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” debuts its holiday special and “The Conners” airs its fall finale.

The Conners,” ABC, Tuesday, 8 p.m.

In the fall finale, when Becky helps Harris keep a secret from Darlene, it opens up a can of worms that causes a rift between the two sisters. Jackie supports Peter with his Nordic history project,
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How the Arrowverse Finally Got to Use Gotham (But Never Show Batman)

How the Arrowverse Finally Got to Use Gotham (But Never Show Batman)
Tonight on Arrow (The CW, 8/7c), the Arrowverse finally sets foot in the infamous Gotham, after so many years of merely alluding to the gritty metropolis and its resident caped crusader. In fact, there was a time when you couldn’t even speak of Gotham if you were a superhero series.

Caroline Dries, who wrote Part 2 of the “Elseworlds” crossover event with Arrow Ep Marc Guggenheim, years ago worked on Smallville — as did Flash showrunner Todd Helbing. And back then, she shared at a recent press event, “DC doesn’t let you say Batman or have anything about Gotham — like it’s just off-limits.
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‘Power’ Shuts Down Production After Crew Member Killed

The Starz series “Power” has shut down production after an on-set accident led to the death of a production assistant early Monday morning.

Pedro Jimenez, 63, was setting up traffic cones for a shoot in Brooklyn at approximately 4:20 Am Et when he was struck by a 2006 Ford Explorer, with the driver remaining at the scene until Ems arrived. Jimenez was transported to Brooklyn Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The NYPD’s Highway Collision Investigation Squad is investigating.

“We are deeply saddened by the loss of one of the members of our ‘Power’ family,” a Starz spokesperson said in a statement.
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Power Crew Member Dead After Accident On Location in Brooklyn

Starz’s Power has shut down production after a crew member was killed early Monday morning, our sister site Deadline reports.

Production assistant Pedro Jimenez, 63, died after he was hit by a 2006 Ford Explorer around 4:30 am while preparing a Season 6 shooting site on Douglass Street near the corner of Court Street in Brooklyn, per the New York Post. Jimenez was pronounced dead at Brooklyn Hospital.

When shows and films shoot on New York City streets, production assistants often arrive early to place orange traffic cones in parking spaces to reserve spots for trailers, equipment trucks and the like. That
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Netflix to Release Fyre Festival Documentary Next Month, Debuts Trailer

The Fyre Festival is a gift that keeps on giving for video streaming services, as Netflix today announced a documentary about the disastrous 2017 festival, which collapsed before it even started and landed its organizer, Billy McFarland, a six-year prison sentence.

“Fyre” will be directed by Chris Smith, who helmed last year’s documentary “Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond,” and “gives a first-hand look into the disastrous crash of Fyre as told by the organizers themselves,” according to the announcement. The doc will be released on January 18 and is produced by Vice Studios, Library Films, and Jerry Media.

Earlier this
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NCIS: La's Barrett Foa Is Teacher's Pet on Will & Grace — 2019 First Look

NCIS: La's Barrett Foa Is Teacher's Pet on Will & Grace — 2019 First Look
At the risk of telling tales out of school, we spy Professor Truman making googly eyes at Barrett Foa.

As previously reported, the NCIS: La vet is set to guest-star on Will & Grace in early 2019 as Paul, a fellow teacher and romantic interest of Eric McCormack’s Will (check out a first look their classroom meet-cute above).

For Foa, the gig was a dream come true. “I’ve watched every single Will & Grace episode since its inception,” he tells TVLine. “When I first walked on set, I was in full out-of-body system overload. But as soon as
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The Best Uses of Charlie Puth Songs in Movies or TV

Some people might look at Charlie Puth’s life and say “aw, poor guy” while others would no doubt empathize with him since the act of becoming famous does seem to mean that your privacy and personal life kind of go out the window. But despite that he was trained from a young age how to appreciate and play music by his mother, who has been into music for many a year as well. Charlie unfortunately was the subject of a great deal of bullying in his school years as well and has carried that kind of trauma into his adult

The Best Uses of Charlie Puth Songs in Movies or TV
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The Baudelaires Meet Lemony Snicket in the Official A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 3 Trailer

The Baudelaire siblings may finally see an end to their misfortune. The official trailer for the third and final season of A Series of Unfortunate Events has arrived and it looks like Violet (Malina Weissman), Klaus (Louis Hynes) and Sunny (Presley Smith) are getting closer to uncovering the truth

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A Series of Unfortunate Events Trailer: Can the Baudelaires Stop Count Olaf?

A Series of Unfortunate Events Trailer: Can the Baudelaires Stop Count Olaf?
Here’s an extensive (but by no means exhaustive) list of the whimsical things you’ll glimpse in A Series of Unfortunate Events‘ newest trailer: a rowboat careening off a building, schoolgirls abducted by birds, the Baudelaire children in various costumes, a multi-tentacled submarine, Allison Williams soaring off a cliff and not one, but two Max Greenfields.

Yes, it seems Violet, Klaus and Sunny will encounter all sorts of bizarre scenarios in the Netflix adaptation’s third and final season, which drops Tuesday, Jan. 1.

In the Season 3 trailer embedded above, the Baudelaires are recruited for “the most important mission in Vfd history,
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Critics Choice TV Awards 2019 Nominations: See the Full List

The Critics' Choice TV Awards is the (darling) baby of awards season. This is only the 9th year of awards, which, combined with the fact that its voting body is comprised solely by TV critics and journalists of the Broadcast Television Journalists Association, means it often has a significantly

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Other Links From TVGuide.com The 23rd Annual Critics' Choice AwardsElizabeth OlsenSorry for Your LossThe Americans
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Endeavor Promotes Mark Shapiro to President

After four years overseeing content operations at Img, Mark Shapiro has been promoted to president of Endeavor.

Shapiro’s elevation to the newly created post comes as Endeavor has expanded dramatically during the past few years, starting with its acquisition of Img in 2014. Endeavor is now the parent company of Wme, Img, Ufc and other content and talent representation assets.

Shapiro, formerly a senior executive with ESPN and Dick Clark Productions, joined Img shortly after the acquisition in the role of chief content officer, based in New York. Shapiro has spearheaded the division’s expansion of its content production, fashion
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Ratings: Arrowverse Crossover Kickoff Gives The CW Its Best Sunday Numbers

The Arrowverse “Elseworlds” crossover event launched on Sunday night with 1.8 million total viewers and a 0.6 demo rating, giving The CW season highs for the time slot. Those numbers were on par with what The Flash, which hosted Part 1, has been doing as of late on Tuesday nights, though down sharply from the opening of last year’s “Crisis on Earth-x” crossover (which did 2.7 mil/0.9 on a Monday).

Leading out of that, Charmed (963K/0.3) was merely steady with its fall finale.

Elseworlds… er, I mean elsewhere….

ABC | The DWTS: Juniors finale (4.1 mil/0.6; read recap) and Shark Tank (3.4 mil/0.7) were both steady.
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Watch the First Look at Scandinavian Fantasy Series ‘Hidden’ (Exclusive)

Banijay and its Scandinavian outfit Yellow Bird (“Millennium”) have unveiled the promo of the anticipated fantasy thriller series “Hidden,” which stars Izabella Scorupco (“GoldenEye”) and August Wittgenstein (“The Crown”).

Commissioned by Mtg Studios, “Hidden” is based on Filip Alexanderson’s novel “Förstfödd” and takes place in modern-day Stockholm, where people living on the margins discover they have supernatural forces.

Now in post-production, the eight-part series, which blends the paranormal with hard-hitting realism and psychological drama, was introduced to buyers at Mipcom in October. Scorupco told Variety that the 1970s-set series was a highly personal project and described her character in
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