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‘The Path’ Canceled After 3 Seasons At Hulu

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Hulu has canceled “The Path” after three seasons, the streaming service said Tuesday.

“While it’s sad that ‘The Path’ is ending, I’m brimming with gratitude and pride,” said series creator and showrunner Jessica Goldberg in a statement.

“It was a gift to be able to tell challenging and emotional stories for three seasons in this very strange and unique world,” she continued. “The caliber of talent and passion everyone who worked on this show brought — from my partners Jason Katims and Michelle Lee, the execs at Hulu, the writers, actors, directors, designers and crew — was something to behold, and for which I’m very thankful. Thanks Hulu and Universal Television for taking a shot on this show, it was a life changing experience.”

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The series followed a family involved with a controversial cult that has been compared to Scientology.

The drama was produced by Jason Katims and Universal Television, which houses his True Jack Productions, starring Aaron Paul, Michelle Monaghan, Hugh Dancy, Kyle Allen, Emma Greenwell and Freida Pinto.

Goldberg has a pilot in the works at NBC titled “Suspicion,” a Hitchcockian thriller adapted from a book of the same name by Joseph Finder and directed by Brad Anderson.

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‘The Path’ Canceled at Hulu After 3 Seasons

Hulu has canceled “The Path” after three seasons, Variety has confirmed.

“While it’s sad that ‘The Path’ is ending, I’m brimming with gratitude and pride. It was a gift to be able to tell challenging and emotional stories for three seasons in this very strange and unique world,” series creator Jessica Goldberg said in a statement. “The caliber of talent and passion everyone who worked on this show brought– from my partners Jason Katims and Michelle Lee, the execs at Hulu, the writers, actors, directors, designers, and crew– was something to behold, and for which I’m very thankful.
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‘Major Crimes’ Kearran Giovanni Lands Lead In NBC Drama Pilot ‘Suspicion’

Former Major Crimes star Kearran Giovanni has landed a lead role opposite Derek Luke, Jeri Ryan, and Paula Newsome in NBC's drama pilot, Suspicion, from creator Jessica Goldberg, Universal TV and Keshet Studios. Created/written by Goldberg based on the book by Joseph Finder and directed by Brad Anderson, Suspicion is described as a Hitchcockian thriller about how far one man will go to save the people he loves. After Danny Goldman (Luke) accepts a handshake loan from his…
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Pilot News: Chris Parnell's CBS Sitcom, Mom Alum Joins Suspicion and More

Pilot News: Chris Parnell's CBS Sitcom, Mom Alum Joins Suspicion and More
Former SNL cast member Chris Parnell has a new TV gig: He’ll co-star in the untitled CBS comedy pilot starring Damon Wayans Jr., our sister site Deadline is reporting.

Wayans (New Girl, Happy Endings) stars as one half of a boring married couple whose lives get a jolt when a young pop star moves in with them. Parnell will play Wayne, the pop star’s slick, money-hungry agent.

Parnell currently recurs as Dean Parker on Freeform’s black-ish spinoff grown-ish. In addition to his eight years on SNL, Parnell has had memorable runs on 30 Rock, Archer and Suburgatory.
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‘Suspicion’ Casts Sadie Calvano; Andrew Keenan-Bolger Joins ‘Three Rivers’

Former Mom star Sadie Calvano is set as a series regular in NBC drama pilot Suspicion, from The Path creator Jessica Goldberg, Universal TV and Keshet Studios. Created/written by Goldberg based on the book by Joseph Finder and directed by Brad Anderson, Suspicion is described as a Hitchcockian thriller about how far one man will go to save the people he loves. After Danny Goldman accepts a handshake loan from his new friend and millionaire neighbor, he gets a visit from…
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Pilot News: Svu Vet Joins Suspicion, CSI Alum Boards Chiefs and More

Former Law & Order: Svu cast member Raul Esparza has lined up a new TV role: The actor — who left Svu last month — will co-star in the NBC drama pilot Suspicion, our sister site Deadline reports.

The Hitchcockian thriller is about a man named Danny (13 Reasons Why‘s Derek Luke) who is coerced into working as an informant for the FBI to earn back his freedom. Esparza will play Tom Carter, who bonds instantly with Danny when the two realize they share similar histories.

In other pilot casting news, per Deadline:

* Jorja Fox (CSI) will star in the CBS drama Chiefs,
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‘Law & Order: Svu’ Alum Raul Esparza to Star in NBC Drama Pilot ‘Suspicion’

Raul Esparza is returning to NBC only a month after he departed “Law & Order: Svu,” Variety has confirmed.

Esparza will play one of the lead roles in the NBC drama pilot “Suspicion.” The project, based on the book by Joseph Finder, is billed as a “Hitchcockian thriler” that revolves around a man named Danny Goodman (Derek Luke) who is coerced to become an informant for the FBI after accepting a loan from his millionaire neighbor (Esparza).

Esparza’s character will be named Tom Canter, described as the man everyone looks up to. Coming from a humble beginning, he bonds instantly
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‘Law & Order: Svu’ Alum Raul Esparza Cast in NBC Pilot ‘Suspicion’

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Raul Esparza is coming right back to NBC one month after his exit from “Law & Order: Svu,” with a series regular role in the network’s new drama pilot “Suspicion,” a person with knowledge of production tells TheWrap. Penned and executive produced by “The Path” creator Jessica Goldberg, the series is a Hitchcockian thriller adapted from a book of the same name by Joseph Finder and directed by Brad Anderson. The story follows Danny Goldman (Derek Luke), who — after accepting a handshake loan from his new friend and millionaire neighbor — gets a visit from the FBI and learns that the...
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'Law & Order: Svu' Alum Raul Esparza Returns to NBC in Drama 'Suspicion'

A month after saying farewell to Law & Order: Svu, Raul Esparza is returning to NBC.

The actor and four-time Tony nominee has been tapped to co-star in the network's drama pilot Suspicion.

From writer Jessica Goldberg (The Path) and based on the book by Joseph Finder, the project is described as a Hitchcockian thriller about how far one man will go to save the people he loves. After Danny Goldman (Derek Luke, 13 Reasons Why) accepts a handshake loan from his new friend and millionaire neighbor, he gets a visit from the FBI and learns that the decision is...
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Pilot News: Vanessa Williams' Profits, Jeri Ryan Joins Suspicion and More

Pilot News: Vanessa Williams' Profits, Jeri Ryan Joins Suspicion and More
Vanessa Williams is back at her old Ugly Betty and Desperate Housewives network digs.

The actress has joined the cast of the ABC drama pilot False Profits, which also stars Bellamy Young (Scandal) and Shelley Hennig (Teen Wolf).

The project centers around a team of down-and-out women in suburban Arizona who are fighting their way to the top of a cosmetics marketing business. Williams will play Suzanne, the queen bee of a highly successful group of cosmetics saleswomen.

In other pilot casting news, per our sister site Deadline:

* Jeri Ryan (Body of Proof, Boston Public) has been cast in NBC’s Hitchcockian thriller Suspicion,
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‘Suspicion’: Jeri Ryan To Co-Star In NBC Drama Pilot

‘Suspicion’: Jeri Ryan To Co-Star In NBC Drama Pilot
Body of Proof alumna Jeri Ryan has been tapped for a leading role opposite Derek Luke and Paula Newsome in NBC’s drama pilot Suspicion, from The Path creator Jessica Goldberg, Universal TV and Keshet Studios. Created/written by Goldberg based on the book by Joseph Finder and directed by Brad Anderson, Suspicion is described as a Hitchcockian thriller about how far one man will go to save the people he loves. After Danny Goodman (Luke) accepts a handshake loan from his new…
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Pilot News: Noel Fisher Joins Red Line, Office Vet's ABC Comedy and More

Pilot News: Noel Fisher Joins Red Line, Office Vet's ABC Comedy and More
Shameless vet Noel Fisher is headed back to the Windy City.

The actor will co-star in the CBS drama pilot Red Line as a Chicago cop who shot an African-American doctor in a convenience store, our sister site Deadline reports.

The potential series will follow three different families that have a connection to the case as the story is told from each of their perspectives.

In other pilot casting news, per Deadline:

* Angela Kinsey (The Office) will star opposite Kat Dennings in an untitled ABC comedy about two guest-services associates at a high-end resort and the co-workers and patrons they’re stuck with.
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‘Suspicion’: Derek Luke To Topline NBC Drama Pilot

Derek Luke (13 Reasons Why) has been tapped as the lead in NBC drama pilot Suspicion, from The Path creator Jessica Goldberg, Universal TV and Keshet Studios. Created/written by Goldberg based on the book by Joseph Finder and directed by Brad Anderson, Suspicion is described as a Hitchcockian thriller about how far one man will go to save the people he loves. After Danny Goodman (Luke) accepts a handshake loan from his new friend and millionaire neighbor, he gets a visit…
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’13 Reasons Why’ Star Derek Luke Set for Lead Role in NBC Drama Pilot ‘Suspicion’

’13 Reasons Why’ Star Derek Luke Set for Lead Role in NBC Drama Pilot ‘Suspicion’
Derek Luke has been cast as the lead in the NBC drama pilot “Suspicion,” Variety has learned.

The series, based on the book by Joseph Finder, is billed as a “Hitchcockian thriler” that revolves around a man who is coerced to become an informant for the FBI after accepting a loan from his millionaire neighbor.

Luke will star as Danny Goodman. Described as a reluctant hero who doesn’t know it yet, widower Danny is a focused and hardworking man who has done everything in his power to provide for his daughter Ellie, and to make a life for he and his new fiancé,
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‘Suspicion’: Paula Newsome Cast In NBC Drama Pilot

Paula Newsome (NCIS) is set as a series regular in NBC drama pilot Suspicion, from The Path creator Jessica Goldberg, Universal TV and Keshet Studios. Created/written by Goldberg based on the book by Joseph Finder and directed by Brad Anderson, Suspicion is described as a Hitchcockian thriller about how far one man will go to save the people he loves. After Danny Goldman accepts a handshake loan from his new friend and millionaire neighbor, he gets a visit from the FBI
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NBC Orders Drama Pilot ‘Suspicion’ From ‘The Path’ Creator Jessica Goldberg

NBC has ordered a pilot for drama “Suspicion” from the “The Path” creator Jessica Goldberg, Universal Television and Keshet.

The series, based on the book by Joseph Finder, is billed as a “Hitchcockian thriler” that revolves around a man who is coerced to become an informant for the FBI after accepting a loan from his millionaire neighbor. Goldberg penned the script and will exec produce with Keshet’s Rachel Kaplan, Peter Traugott, Avi Nir, Alon Shtruzman and Finder.

The third season of “The Path” premiered on Hulu in January. Goldberg’s previous credits include “Parenthood,” the 2013 NBC series “Deception,” and the 2012 feature “Refuge,” which was based on her play of the same name.

This marks the eighth drama order for NBC this season, including the straight-to-series order for “The Gilded Age.” This is also the second pilot order for Keshet this season. The company previously set up the drama “Skinny Dip” at The CW.

Goldberg is repped
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Which of ‘The Four’ finalists is Least deserving of their place: Candice Boyd, Vincint Cannady, Evvie McKinney or Zhavia? [Poll]

“The Four” finale is set to air on Fox this Thursday (Feb. 8). Four artists — Candice Boyd, Vincint Cannady, Evvie McKinney and Zhavia — will sing one final time to try and win over the studio audience and claim the title of iHeartRadio’s “On the Verge” artist. The winner will also be signed to a deal with Republic Records. However, that label’s executive Charlie Walk, who was a judge on the first five episodes of the show, has stepped aside in the wake of allegations of inappropriate behavior.

Walk did appear alongside Sean Combs, DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor on the pre-taped fifth episode, which aired on Feb. 1 and set the line-up for the finale. None of the eventual four finalists started off that show with a seat. Rather, each successfully challenged one of the four favorites and won the right to bounce them from their place in the final.
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‘The Four’ episode 5 recap: Did the right artists win seats in the finale? [Poll]

‘The Four’ episode 5 recap: Did the right artists win seats in the finale? [Poll]
On episode five of this first season of “The Four,” two new challengers and two comeback artists won the right to challenge one of the quartet of contestants for a seat. Do you think that the right four were put through to the finale by the audience on Feb. 1? Vote in our poll at the bottom of this post and then sound off in our comments section about this new reality competition series hosted by Fergie. (Episode five was taped before the decision that record executive Charlie Walk will not be a judge in the wake of allegations of inappropriate behavior.)

First up was Vincint Cannady, who impressed the panel of judges — singers Sean Combs, DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor and Walk — with his soaring rendition of “Magic” by Coldplay.

Cannady decided to go after the seat won by Jason Warrior in week two. Back then, he’d won the
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‘The Four’ episode 4 recap: Did the right challengers win seats? [Poll]

‘The Four’ episode 4 recap: Did the right challengers win seats? [Poll]
On episode four of this first season of “The Four,” three of the six new artists won the right to challenge one of the quartet of contestants for a seat. Do you think that the right two were put through by the audience on Jan. 25? Vote in our poll at the bottom of this post and then sound off in our comments section about this new reality competition series hosted by Fergie.

First up was RaVaughn, who stepped out from her day job as a back-up singer to the likes of Brandy and Keisha Cole for a chance in the spotlight. She impressed the panel of judges — singers Sean Combs, DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor and record executive Charlie Walk — with her searing rendition of “Sorry Not Sorry” by Demi Lovato.

RaVaughn decided to go after the seat won by Jason Warrior in week two. Back then, he’d won
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Beauty vs Beast: To Catch a Hitch

Jason from Mnpp here with this week's edition of "Beauty vs Beast" -- this Thursday will mark the birth of one of the greatest movie stars of all time, Mr. Cary Grant. His filmography of course reads like a dream with classics of all stripes under his belt, but it's his four collaborations with Alfred Hitchcock (Notorious, North By Northwest, Suspicion and To Catch a Thief) that I want to focus in on today because I want to force a question upon us, an unnecessary frivolous question that nevertheless nags at my frivolous brain - know who else starred in multiple masterpieces for Alfred Hitchcock? Jimmy Stewart, who made The Man Who Knew Too Much, Rear Window, Rope, and Vertigo. And I think you know where I am going with this now... Which is the better Hitchcock Star? Choose!

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