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‘The Simpsons’: Gal Gadot Plays Herself In Season Premiere Episode ‘Bart’s Not Dead’ — Exclusive First Look

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‘The Simpsons’: Gal Gadot Plays Herself In Season Premiere Episode ‘Bart’s Not Dead’ — Exclusive First Look
The Simpsons” takes on the recent trend of religious films at the box office in the show’s Season 30 premiere, “Bart’s Not Dead.” The episode features several guest vocal stars, including “Wonder Woman’s” Gal Gadot. Scroll down below for a first look at Gadot, playing herself — auditioning for a role in “Bart’s Not Dead,” a religious film being spearhead by Ned Flanders (naturally) and Homer Simpson (really).

In the episode, which premieres Sunday, Sept. 30, at 8 p.m. Et on Fox, Bart ends up in the hospital after taking a dare and jumping off the Springfield dam. At Homer’s urging, Bart claims he went to Heaven and met Jesus — and that attracts Christian producers to offer the Simpsons a movie deal, which they turn into the religious film “Bart’s Not Dead” (a riff on the real box office hit “God’s Not Dead”). Among the guests on the episode: Emily Deschanel,
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Fall TV 2018: The Complete List of Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows

Fall is upon us and that means both back to school and back to our regularly scheduled programming. While the warmer months brought some fun competition and reality shows, and all those limited series you love on premium cable and streaming services, we know you’ve been craving the return of your favorite broadcast shows since they signed off last spring.

Fortunately, most comedies and dramas on ABC, Fox, NBC, CBS and The CW start airing their new seasons this week. And to make sure you don’t miss fresh episodes of your most beloved shows — and the start of many new series — TheWrap has compiled a full list of premiere dates.

If you are looking for just returning series click here and if you are only into new shows click here. Oh, and if you don’t see the show you are looking for anywhere here (and you know
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Gal Gadot guest stars in clip from The Simpsons season 30 premiere

A new clip has arrived online from the 30th season premiere of Fox’s animated series The Simpsons which sees Homer and Ned auditioning Gal Gadot for the role of Lisa for a movie based on the family’s life; watch it here…

See Also: The Simpsons unveils 30th anniversary logo ahead of new season

The Simpsons season 30 will premiere on Sunday, September 30th.

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A Look at Ecam Incubator Documentary Project ‘The Garcias’

San Sebastian — Part of The Screen’s Incubator – a new initiative from Madrid-based film school Ecam intended to promote the production of feature films and develop emerging talent – Paco Nicolás’ “The Garcias” received a €10,000 grant to be used in the production of the family reunion-themed documentary.

In Spain series like “The Middle” and “The Goldbergs” dominate the daytime airwaves, with “The Simpsons” occupying an arguably larger part of modern Spanish culture than it does in the States – for decades “Los Simpson” has been on every day, year round during Spain’s famous siesta hour.

That penchant for family entertainment representing a bygone era is something that Nicolás will look to tap into with his found-footage documentary “Los Garcia.” That and the ever-present meme of recreated family photos mixed with last year’s Goya and Karlovy Vary winner for best documentary, the similarly-Spanish “Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle.
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The Simpsons unveils 30th anniversary logo ahead of new season

With its record-breaking 30th season set to launch next weekend, Fox has unveiled a special anniversary logo to mark the the iconic animated sitcom’s latest milestone.

Created by Matt Groening, The Simpsons began life as a series of shorts on The Tracey Ullman Show in 1987, before spinning off into its own prime time animated series, the first episode of which – ‘Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire’ – premiered on December 17th 1989.

The season 30 premiere ‘Bart’s Not Dead’ will be the show’s 640th episode overall, and sees the Simpsons being offered a movie deal by Christian film producers after Bart lies about meeting Jesus following an accident that puts him in the hospital. Guest starring in the episode, which will air on Sunday, September 30th, are Gal Gadot, Emily Deschanel, Jonathan Groff, Pete Holmes and Dave Attell.

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‘The Simpsons’ Unveils 30th Anniversary Logo; Billy Eichner Set For Guest Role

The Simpsons kicks off its record-breaking 30th season next week, and Fox is marking the milestone with a new anniversary logo. Check it out below.

In other news that likely would make Page 1 of The Springfield Shopper, Billy Eichner announced on social media today that he is doing a guest voice role for a Simpsons episode that will air in November.

Set to air on September, the Season 30 premiere episode “Bart’s Not Dead” features guest voice stars Gal Gadot, Emily Deschanel, Jonathan Groff, Dave Attell and Pete Holmes. It sees Bart (Nancy Cartwright) take a dare that ends up putting him in the hospital. To cover for himself and Homer (Dan Castellaneta), he says he went to heaven and met Jesus. Christian producers offer the Simpsons a movie deal, which Homer takes. But Bart can’t handle the guilt and comes clean to Marge (Julie Kavner) after the movie is finished.
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How 'The Simpsons' Crowned Its Summer Box Office Champion

Ryan Koh has just secured his place alongside a group of legends from The Simpsons — but this has nothing to do with Bart, Homer, Lisa or any of the Springfield gang.

Instead, Koh, a writer and executive producer on the Fox animated series, just earned a first-place finish in staff’s uber-competitive fantasy summer box office league. As part of the prize, Koh was gifted a bold red sign that sits in front of his parking spot that reads “Simpsons Box Office Champion” and gets his name added to a banner hanging from the ceiling in the staff office....
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Veteran Manager Nancy Sanders Joins Thruline Entertainment As Partner

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Exclusive: After three decades at the helm of her own boutique company, respected manager/producer Nancy Sanders is closing shop to join Thruline Entertainment as a Partner.

The move comes on the heels of Sanders recently parting ways with long-time partners Mark Armstrong and Steve Caserta as the trio opted to dissolve their Sanders Armstrong Caserta Management. (Armstrong and Caserta have since joined Principal La as partners.)

“I am thrilled to be starting another new chapter in my career by joining Thruline and to have the opportunity to take advantage of the scope of their business representing prestigious talent, and shepherding projects with the support of these incredibly experienced partners,” Sanders said.

Joining Sanders at Thruline will be long-time associate and manager at Sanders Armstrong Caserta, Ruth Bornhauser, with whom Sanders has worked for 15 years.

“Ruth is a powerhouse with incredible domestic and international relationships, and there is no one
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‘BoJack Horseman’ Creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg on the Show’s 10 Biggest Influences

Of the approximately 953 shows Netflix has debuted in the last five years, BoJack Horseman is far and away the best. The animated story of a half-man, half-horse former sitcom star grappling with depression, alcoholism and his own shrinking fame has also been one of the best shows on all of television for each of its first four seasons. That streak continues with Season Five, which debuts on September 14. I’ve seen all 12 episodes (and will be writing about the best and most unconventional of those a few days after premiere
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The Simpsons: Season 30, Episode 1: Bart’s Not Dead Plot Synopsis & Air Date [Fox]

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The Simpsons Bart’s Not Dead Plot Synopsis and Air Date A press release has been issued for The Simpsons, which will airs on Fox. The press release consists of the plot synopsis of the first episode of Season 30 of The Simpsons entitled Bart’s Not Dead. The contents of that press release can be found below. The Simpsons Bart’s [...]

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Toronto: Correspondences #5 — Present Portraits, Grand Illusions

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The Notebook is covering Tiff with an on-going correspondence between critics Kelley Dong and Daniel Kasman.Monrovia, IndianaDear Kelley,I'm glad you were delighted by A Star Is Born, a film I admit I reserve considerable skepticism for due to my love of the Janet Gaynor and Frederic March version from the '30s—as well as because I'm still lamenting the fact that Clint Eastwood's production, which was to star Beyoncé, never got made. I first need to see the Barbara Streisand version before catching the new one, but isn't it strange and wonderful how many times and through such different eras this story has been told? I look forward to this 2018 one and wonder what kind of artist the inevitable 2050 remake will revolve around—one can only hope some kind of populist A.I. hologram.But back to the present epoch, one which, from the looks of the films I've seen,
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Kathy Griffin Signs With Apa

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Kathy Griffin Signs With Apa
Comedian and two-time Emmy and Grammy winner Kathy Griffin has signed with Apa for representation in all areas.

Griffin, known for her unfiltered, racy comedy, has won two Primetime Emmy Awards for her hit reality series, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, which aired for six years on Bravo. The show was Emmy- nominated every year of its run, and also garnered the GLAAD Media Award for Best Reality Program. As an actress, Griffin’s credits include a series regular role on NBC’s Suddenly Susan, as well as guest spots on Seinfeld and Law & Order: Svu. She has also lent her voice to animated characters in Shrek Forever After, as well The Simpsons, American Dad and Dilbert.

Griffin had a 10-year run as co-producer and co-host of CNN’s New Year’s Eve Live with Anderson Cooper, and also served as co-host of The Billboard Music Awards Live,
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10 Most Satisfying Lgbt+ Reveals in American Animation, Ranked

10 Most Satisfying Lgbt+ Reveals in American Animation, Ranked
Coming out can be a long, complicated process — even for cartoons. Fortunately, we’re living in a golden rainbow age of television, one in which characters are examining themselves more thoroughly and coming to terms with their sexuality at an unprecedented rate.

Fresh off the series finale of Adventure Time — an episode which confirmed a romantic connection between its two leading ladies — Team TVLine is taking a trip down memory lane, ranking 10 of the most satisfying Lgbt+ confirmations in animation. But first, a few quick (and very important!) disclaimers:

1. For the purposes of this list, we’re excluding shows imported from other countries.
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Rick and Morty Won a Freaking Emmy

Internet sensation Rick and Morty carried on that fine tradition set by Bob's Burgers last year that says there are way more Emmy-worthy animated series out there than just The Simpsons and South Park.

The win comes on the heels of Adult Swim ordering an insane 70 additional episodes of the kooky

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Alex Borstein wins Best Voice-Over Performance Emmy for ‘Family Guy’ at 2018 Creative Arts ceremony

Alex Borstein wins Best Voice-Over Performance Emmy for ‘Family Guy’ at 2018 Creative Arts ceremony
Alex Borstein has won her first career Emmy in Best Voice-Over Performance for Fox’s “Family Guy.” Borstein was the favorite in our predictions center with 1/3 odds of winning. This was Borstein’s fourth Emmy nomination. She was nominated for Animated Program for “Family Guy” in 2008 and this category in 2013. She is also nominated this year in Comedy Supporting Actress for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

Borstein won for the episode “Nanny Goats,” in which she plays Lois Griffin, Barbara Pewterschmidt and Natalia. Lois’ parents hire a nanny for the children, so she can spend time with Peter again. The nanny, Natalia from Belarus, does well but reveals she is a former assassin and old enemies show up seeking revenge.

SEE2018 Creative Arts Emmy winners (Saturday): Full list of nominees and winners in all 54 categories

Seth MacFarlane lost twice in this category tonight as he was nominated for both “Family Guy
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‘Rick And Morty’ Wins Outstanding Animated Program Amidst Dan Harmon Controversy – Emmys

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‘Rick And Morty’ Wins Outstanding Animated Program Amidst Dan Harmon Controversy – Emmys
First-time Outstanding Animated Program Emmy nominee Rick and Morty won their first trophy at the Creative Arts Emmys Saturday.

Presented by Saturday Night Live alum Molly Shannon and Silicon Valley & Crazy Rich Asians star Jimmy O. Yang, co-creator Justin Roiland spoke for the group thanking everyone for “believing in this weird concept.”

“We didn’t think we were going to win, so thank you to the Academy!” said an excited Roiland.

In his acceptance speech, he cited as many he could in the short amount of time, including his co-creator Dan Harmon, who earlier this year issued a statement about a disturbing video that surfaced which featured a skit from a 2009 Harmon pilot called Daryl, a spoof of Showtime’s serial killer drama Dexter, in which he simulates raping a baby doll. Considering its win, the controversy seems to not have an impact on the show.

Backstage, Harmon said, “This
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‘Rick and Morty’ wins Emmy for Best Animated Program at Creative Arts

‘Rick and Morty’ wins Emmy for Best Animated Program at Creative Arts
After getting snubbed for its first two seasons, “Rick and Morty” won the Emmy for Best Animated Program at Saturday night’s Creative Arts ceremony for the episode “Pickle Rick.” The program was in second place, according to the combined odds in our predictions center with 4/1 odds of prevailing.

In the episode, Rick transforms himself into a pickle to in order to avoid going to family therapy with Beth, Summer and Morty. He then finds himself being washed down a sewer drain and having to fight off armies of insects, rats and even an intelligence service. At the family therapy session, it becomes painfully clear how much of a negative dynamic the Smith family has and when Pickle Rick turns up for the end of the session, he’s forced to confront it as well.

The favorite in the category this year was “Bob’s Burgers” with the episode “V for Valentine-detta.
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Emmys 2018: The Handmaid's Tale, Game of Thrones, Tiffany Haddish, Black Mirror Among Early Winners

At last, the Emmys have arrived! No, we’re not talking about the 2018 Primetime Emmys broadcast — you’ll have to wait until next Monday, Sept. 17 (8/7c, NBC) for those — but rather, the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which are being handed out Saturday and Sunday evening at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Night 1 of the creative arts event includes honors for Guest Actor and Actress (in comedy and drama), as well as Outstanding Television Movie and Children’s Program. Scroll down for a complete list of winners…

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series

Tiffany Haddish, Saturday Night Live (NBC
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Creative Arts Emmys: ‘Game Of Thrones’, ‘Assassination Of Gianni Versace’ Lead Night 1 Winners – Full List

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Creative Arts Emmys: ‘Game Of Thrones’, ‘Assassination Of Gianni Versace’ Lead Night 1 Winners – Full List
Night 1 of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards has wrapped with Games Of Thrones taking home the most trophies with seven wins out of its 15 announced categories tonight. The Assassination of Gianni Versace took four statuettes, and The Crown, The Handmaid’s Tale and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel followed with three each.

Guest acting honors went to Tiffany Haddish for Saturday Night Live, Ron Cephas Jones for This Is Us, Samira Wiley for The Handmaid’s Tale and Katt Williams for Atlanta.

The award for outstanding television movie went to “USS Callister”, the first episode of the fourth installment of anthology series Black Mirror. “USS Callister” also won outstanding sound editing for limited series, movie or special.

In all, tonight’s awards encompassed 53 categories honoring outstanding technical and creative achievement for scripted programming, including comedy, drama and limited series, while Creative Arts Sunday will cover the remaining 26 categories in animation, documentary,
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2018 Creative Arts Emmy winners (Saturday): Full list of nominees and winners in all 54 categories

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2018 Creative Arts Emmy winners (Saturday): Full list of nominees and winners in all 54 categories
The main Emmy telecast is on Monday, September 17, when the TV academy will hand out top awards including Best Drama Series, Best Comedy Series, Best Limited Series and more. But the vast majority of the 2018 prizes were handed out during two nights on the weekend of September 8-9 at the Creative Arts Awards, where the best in behind-the-scenes crafts, animation, nonfiction, reality TV, guest acting and various other fields were decided. So who prevailed on Saturday night? Scroll down for the full list of winners, updating live as they’re announced, and watch our live webcast with reactions and analysis here.

SEECreative Arts Emmys 2018: Saturday’s live winners announcing in all categories [Watch]

Saturday night focused mainly on scripted shows: dramas, comedies, movies, limited series and animated programs. So these results could strongly suggest which way the wind is blowing for the main event. But that’s not the case every single time.
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