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Richard Gere Confirmed For First Major TV Role In BBC Drama ‘MotherFatherSon’

Richard Gere Confirmed For First Major TV Role In BBC Drama ‘MotherFatherSon’
Richard Gere is confirmed to star alongside Helen McCrory (Peaky Blinders) and Billy Howle (On Chesil Beach) in , Tom Rob Smith’s (The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story) eight-part drama MotherFatherSon for BBC Two. As we reported last month, Gere will play Max, a charismatic self-made American businessman with media outlets in London and around the world. Helen McCrory will play Kathryn, a British heiress who has been estranged from Max…
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Double Dare: Nickelodeon Announces Revival Host and Premiere Date

Double Dare: Nickelodeon Announces Revival Host and Premiere Date
Double Dare is back in action. Recently, Nickelodeon announced the host and the premiere date for their upcoming TV show revival.The reboot will be hosted by Liza Koshy and feature the return of original host Marc Summers, who will give "color commentary on the challenges, lending his vast knowledge of the game and expertise to each episode.
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Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas: Season Two Renewal for HBO Late-Night Series

Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas: Season Two Renewal for HBO Late-Night Series
There's some good news coming out of the world of late-night cable television. HBO has renewed Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas TV show for a second season, with a start date TBD.

The first 10-episode season of Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas premiered on Friday, April 13, 2018, yet seems to have evaded any bad luck associated with the date. The HBO TV series explores issues of the day from the lighthearted to the serious.
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‘The Bachelorette’ Season 14: Meet Becca Kufrin and Her Bachelors (Photos)

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‘The Bachelorette’ Season 14: Meet Becca Kufrin and Her Bachelors (Photos)
If you tuned into the finale of the latest season of “The Bachelor,” then you know that Becca Kufrin was chosen as Arie Luyendyk, Jr’s fiancée… only to have him break up with her a few weeks later in favor of runner-up Lauren Burnham. If you need a refresher on that whole drama, you can catch up right here.

But Becca is returning to the ABC franchise to find love again, this time as the network’s fourteenth Bachelorette. Scroll through to learn more about Becca and the 28 gentlemen hoping to win her hand.
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Damon Lindelof Gives ‘Watchmen’ Update: ‘This New Story Must Be Original’

Damon Lindelof Gives ‘Watchmen’ Update: ‘This New Story Must Be Original’
Damon Lindelof has said that the “Watchmen” pilot he is currently working on for HBO will not be a direct adaptation of the original graphic novel, but rather a completely new story set in the same world in the present day.

In a lengthy letter to fans posted to his Instagram, Lindelof addressed concerns about his potential series adaptation of the Alan Moore-Dave Gibbons classic.

“We have no desire to ‘adapt’ the twelve issues Mr. Moore and Mr. Gibbons created thirty years ago,” Lindelof wrote. “Those issues are sacred ground and will not be retread nor recreated nor reproduced nor rebooted.
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‘The Sinner': Elisha Henig Cast as Series Regular in Season 2

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‘The Sinner': Elisha Henig Cast as Series Regular in Season 2
Elisha Henig has been cast as a series regular in Season 2 of USA’s “The Sinner,” the network said Tuesday.

The “Alex, Inc.” alum will play Julian, who is described as “a bright but peculiar young boy on the brink of adolescence who is from a sheltered, unconventional background and is now thrust into the outside world.”

Carrie Coon has already been cast in the lead role of Vera, a mysterious woman who struggles between leading her community and fulfilling her own desires. Natalie Paul (“The Deuce”) will play detective-in-training Heather and Hannah Gross (“Mindhunters”) will play Heather’s high school best friend, Marin, who disappeared years ago.

Jessica Biel, who starred in Season 1, will continue to executive produce along with Derek Simonds, Charlie Gogolak, Michelle Purple, Brad Winters and John Coles. Season 2 is set to premiere this August.
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‘UnReal’ Set to Move to Hulu for Fourth, Final Season

‘UnReal’ Set to Move to Hulu for Fourth, Final Season
Drama series “UnReal” is set to move from Lifetime to Hulu for its fourth and what will likely be its final season.

The streaming service and A+E Studios are close to a deal, sources tell Variety, that would see the fourth season, which has already been shot, air in its initial window on Hulu. The agreement would see Hulu pay an additional fee on top of it was already set to pay for subscription video on-demand rights for the season.

Hulu is, through a previous agreement with producer A+E Studios, the exclusive Svod home for the series, with seasons
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Apple’s ‘Amazing Stories’ Taps ‘Once Upon a Time’ Duo as New Showrunners

Apple’s ‘Amazing Stories’ Taps ‘Once Upon a Time’ Duo as New Showrunners
Once Upon a Time” co-creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis have signed on as executive producers and showrunners for Apple’s upcoming reboot of “Amazing Stories,” Variety has learned.

The news comes just days after “Once Upon a Time” aired its series finale on ABC after seven seasons. In addition, the duo has signed a four-year extension of their current deal at ABC Studios, which will keep them at the studio through 2022.

Horowitz and Kitsis come on board following the departure of original showrunner Bryan Fuller and executive producer Hart Hanson in February.

The pair began their careers writing for
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Superman Prequel 'Krypton' Renewed for Season 2 at Syfy

Superman Prequel 'Krypton' Renewed for Season 2 at Syfy
Syfy has booked a return trip to Krypton.

The NBCUniversal-owned cable network has handed out a second season renewal to its Superman prequel drama.

The drama ranks as the Chris McCumber-led network's best series premiere in more than three years (since Defiance) and most-watched debut series in four years (since Ascension). Ahead of its freshman season finale Wednesday, Krypton is averaging 1.8 million total viewers with three days of DVR. Season two is expected to return in 2019.

Set two generations before the destruction of Superman's planet Krypton, the drama follows the Man of Steel's grandfather Seg-El ...
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‘Step Up: High Water’ Renewed for Season 2 at YouTube Premium

‘Step Up: High Water’ Renewed for Season 2 at YouTube Premium
Dance drama series “Step Up: High Water” has been renewed for a second season at YouTube Premium, formerly YouTube Red.

Series regulars Naya Rivera and Faizon Love are set to return for the second season, which will consist of 10 hour-long episodes. Production begins on Season 2 in the fall with a debut slated for 2019.

The series is produced by Lionsgate and created and executive produced by showrunner Holly Sorensen. Adam Shankman, Jennifer Gibgot and Meredith Milton, all producers of the original “Step Up” films, executive produced Season 1, along with Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan, who both co-starred in the original Step Up film.
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Stranger Things Season 3 Will Feature a "Beautiful Storyline For Eleven"

Stranger Things Season 3 Will Feature a
Stranger Things Season 3 is currently deep in production but producer and director Shawn Levy took a break to talk about the upcoming series at Netflix’s FYSee event with stars Millie Bobby Brown and Noah Schnapp.

While there, they talk about all different kinds of aspects of the series. They don't offer any major plot details, but they do dive into various aspects of the story and what we can expect. When talking about the tone of Season 3, Schnapp told Variety:

"Season 1, I feel like, was more playful. Season 2 was a lot darker. And then Season 3 does really well blending them together, and that’s what I love about it."

The first two seasons have been fantastic and it will be interesting to see what Schnapp means because I've felt that there's been a good mix of playfulness and Darkness in both seasons. Maybe this one just blends it together
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TV Ratings Report: American Idol Finale Tops The Voice

TV Ratings Report: American Idol Finale Tops The Voice
American Idol is still a hit.

The revived format concluded its first season on ABC last night with 8.7 million viewers and a 1.6 rating among adults 18-49. That was enough to beat out NBC's The Voice which secured 8.6 million viewers and a 1.5 rating.

Elsewhere on ABC, Dancing with the Stars: Athletes (8.7 million/1.1 rating) inched up a tenth.

The CW: Supergirl (1.8 million/0.5 rating) and iZombie (1 million/0.3 rating) were both steady in the demo.

CBS: Man with a Plan (5.7 million/1.0 rating) was steady, but Elementary (4.2 million/0.5 rating) dipped.
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The Tunnel: Third and Final Season Coming to PBS in July

The Tunnel: Third and Final Season Coming to PBS in July
The Tunnel is coming to an end. Recently, PBS announced the TV show's third and final season will premiere in July.The UK crime drama "tackles an escalating refugee crisis and examines the increasing threat of terror occasioned by disenfranchised, exiled souls on whom society has turned its back." The cast includes Stephen Dillane and Clémence Poésy,
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The Voice Finale Recap: Was the Right Singer Named the Winner of Season 14?

The Voice Finale Recap: Was the Right Singer Named the Winner of Season 14?
Going into Tuesday’s Season 14 finale of The Voice, the question seemed to be less “Who’s going to win?” and more “Was Kyla Jade or Brynn Cartelli going to win?” (Which was still more suspenseful than the ending of Season 13, since a victory by Team Blake’s Chloe Kohanski had been a foregone conclusion well ahead of the finish line.) Before Monday’s performances, I’d been pretty sure that Team Blake’s Kyla was a lock to take the title. She had the pipes, the charisma, the momentum. But then her original song had the same effect on me as Tylenol Pm,
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Why It’s Time for a Live Action Swamp Thing TV Show

Some people might remember that there used to be a Swamp Thing TV show, which started up in 1990 and continued until 1993. However, it is interesting to note that there is now a new Swamp Thing series being made at the moment, which will be headed by Mark Verheiden and Gary Dauberman. This new series won’t be broadcast on the TV screen but will instead be made available to interested individuals through DC’s planned streaming service, which should prove interesting. With that said, some people might be wondering whether now is the right time for a new Swamp Thing

Why It’s Time for a Live Action Swamp Thing TV Show
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‘Seal Team’: John Glenn Joins CBS Series As New Showrunner, Two EPs Depart

Exclusive: CBS’ military drama series Seal Team has tapped writer-producer John Glenn (NBC’s Allegiance) as new showrunner for the upcoming second season. Created by Benjamin Cavell, Seal Team was run by veteran Ed Redlich under a one-year deal he had signed for Season 1, with both serving as executive producers. Cavell and Redlich are departing the series as it is making a creative direction adjustment for Season 2. Seal Team has been a solid ratings performer for CBS…
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‘The Middle’ Co-Creator On The “Bittersweet” Series Finale, Devoted Fans And Possible 10-Year Reboot

Spoiler Alert: This article contains minor details about the series finale of The Middle. If there is one word that The Middle co-creator and executive producer Eileen Heisler can describe the end of the popular ABC family sitcom, it would be “bittersweet.” Heisler and fellow creator and Ep DeAnn Heline served up the season finale of The Middle aired tonight and fans of the show were very much in their feelings as they saw the Hecks drive off into the sunset as they took…
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‘The Middle’ Series Finale: ABC’s Fond Farewell To America’s Beloved TV Family Is One “Heck Of A Ride”

Spoiler Alert: This article contains details about the series finale of The Middle. The time has come for another beloved TV family to depart the airwaves and become a benchmark in pop culture history. Tonight, we said goodbye to the quirky and heartwarming antics of the Hecks from The Middle. Created by Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Heline, the nine seasons of the popular ABC family sitcom came to an end with a two-part finale appropriately titled “A Heck of a Ride.” The big…
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The Middle Series Finale Recap: Do the Hecks Live Happily Ever After?

Warning: The following contains spoilers from the series finale of ABC’s The Middle.

The series finale of ABC’s The Middle gives all the Heck kids their deserved happy endings — but not before one last family road trip.

The hour-long sendoff finds the Hecks preparing for Axl’s big move to Denver. Frankie has the most difficult time processing the news; she attempts to keep her cool in front of her son, but is otherwise freaking out. She nearly loses it when Mike gets a special moment with Axl, taking him aside to give him an old watch that once belonged to his grandfather.
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The Flash Finale Recap: Mind Games — Plus, Mystery Girl Is (Finally!) Revealed

In The Flash‘s Season 4 finale, Barry (literally) got inside The Thinker’s head, in a last-ditch effort to save the world’s collective noodle from The Enlightenment. Which unexpected ally wound up helping Team Flash in this cause?

As The Enlightenment’s launch buries Central City in darkness and disables cars/machines with Emp-like efficiency, Cecile senses she is about to go into labor at S.T.A.R. Labs, where Caitlin is poised to brush up on her med school childbirth skills. Iris arrives on the scene with Marlize, who is not only willing to help Team Flash
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