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The Orville Crew Is Back by Universal Demand in Season 2 Poster

The Orville‘s crew is ready to brave their next missions in the Season 2 poster for Fox’s space adventure series.

Set 400 years in the future, The Orville follows the titular exploratory spaceship and its crew, both human and alien, as they face the wonders and dangers of outer space while also dealing with the problems of everyday life.

In Season 2 — debuting Sunday, Dec. 30 at 8/7c (following an NFL doubleheader), before returning to its Thursdays time slot on Jan. 3— Ed (played by Seth MacFarlane) and Kelly’s (Adrianne Palicki) relationship will take a new turn, while the Orville crew will meet never-before-seen aliens,
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‘Bourne’ Spinoff Series Casts Alums of ‘Sense8,’ ‘Mamma Mia 2’ as Leads

  • The Wrap
USA has cast the two leads of its upcoming “Bourne” spinoff series “Treadstone,” the network said Thursday.

Jeremy Irvine, who recently played a young Pierce Brosnan in “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,” will play J. Randolph Bentley in the series, a spy dispatched by the CIA to eliminate a key target, but ends up embroiled in an international conspiracy. “Sense8” alum Brian J. Smith will play Doug McKenna, an all-American oil-rig worker whose life changes after he discovers long buried truths about himself. Both are series regulars.

Treadstone,” a TV spinoff of Universal’s “Bourne” film franchise that starred Matt Damon, will explore the origin story and present-day actions of a CIA black ops program known as Treadstone — a covert operation that uses behavior modification protocol to turn its agents into nearly unstoppable superhuman assassins.

Also Read: USA Orders 'Bourne' Franchise Spinoff TV Series 'Treadstone'

Irvine is
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Gossip Girl: These 25 Blair Waldorf Stocking Stuffers Are Fit For a Queen B

  • BuzzSugar
When it comes to Manhattan's elite, Blair Waldorf is practically royalty. Not only is she the queen of Constance, but she also practically rules the Upper East Side. If you're a fan of Gossip Girl, then you've probably wished you were Blair at least once in your life . . . or at least had her insane wardrobe. While we might not be able to make the latter happen, there are a few ways you can channel your inner Queen B. From fashionable headbands to perfume, you'll be feeling like Blair Waldorf in no time with these stocking stuffers.

Related: You Know You Love These Gossip Girl Stocking Stuffers
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Gossip Girl: These 25 Blair Waldorf Stocking Stuffers Are Fit For a Queen B

  • Popsugar
Gossip Girl: These 25 Blair Waldorf Stocking Stuffers Are Fit For a Queen B
When it comes to Manhattan's elite, Blair Waldorf is practically royalty. Not only is she the queen of Constance, but she also practically rules the Upper East Side. If you're a fan of Gossip Girl, then you've probably wished you were Blair at least once in your life . . . or at least had her insane wardrobe. While we might not be able to make the latter happen, there are a few ways you can channel your inner Queen B. From fashionable headbands to perfume, you'll be feeling like Blair Waldorf in no time with these stocking stuffers.

Related: You Know You Love These Gossip Girl Stocking Stuffers
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Sierra Burgess's Kristine Froseth Nabs Lead Role in Hulu's Looking For Alaska Series

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Sierra Burgess's Kristine Froseth Nabs Lead Role in Hulu's Looking For Alaska Series
The minds that brought our adolescent guilty pleasures to life on shows like The O.C. and Gossip Girl are on the cusp of blessing us with another addictive TV show - producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage are adapting John Green's bestselling young-adult novel Looking For Alaska into a limited series to air on Hulu.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show will be produced by Paramount TV and Fake Empire, the production company of The O.C.'s Schwartz and Gossip Girl's Savage. This is the second project that Schwartz and Savage will produce for Hulu, the first being Marvel's The Runaways, which was recently picked up for its second season.

No release dates have been announced for the show, but keep reading to see what we have learned about the upcoming series so far, including the cast!
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Broadway’s ‘Hillary And Clinton’ Finds Its Barack; ‘Veep’ Vet To Play Mark Penn

  • Deadline
The Broadway-bound Hillary and Clinton has completed its casting, tapping Broadway vet Peter Francis James as “Barack” and Wet Hot American Summer‘s Zak Orth as Hillary’s campaign manager “Mark,” as in Penn.

The two join the previously announced title stars of the play, Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow.

Produced by Scott Rudin, who announced the casting, and directed by Joe Mantello, playwright Lucas Hnath’s Hillary and Clinton begins performances March 16, 2019, at Broadway’s John Golden Theatre. The official opening night is April 18.

The play goes behind closed doors in the state of New Hampshire during the early days of 2008, as former First Lady Hillary is in a desperate bid to save her troubled campaign against Barack for President of the United States. Husband Bill sees things one way, while campaign manager Mark sees them another.

Perhaps explaining the lack of surnames in the official description, the
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TV Review: ‘Tell Me a Story’ on CBS All Access

  • Variety
TV Review: ‘Tell Me a Story’ on CBS All Access
In theory and logline, “Tell Me a Story” is about the intertwining lives of New Yorkers that resemble some of the most famous fairy tales of yore. The new girl in town is an unwitting Red Riding Hood with a wolf tattooed on her thigh, surrounded by predatory men. A brother and sister, long estranged from and somehow still dependent upon each other, find themselves running from forces bigger than them in a twist on Hansel and Gretel. Three men in pig masks attempt a robbery that goes horribly wrong, ending in accidental death and a vengeful man hunting them, threatening to huff and puff and blow their lives to the ground. As per the series’ marketing and self-consciously “edgy” tone, “Tell Me a Story” wants to make sure you know that you’ve never seen these fairy tales play out like this before. And yes: all their lives have
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Sierra Burgess's Kristine Froseth Nabs Lead Role in Hulu's Looking For Alaska Series

  • BuzzSugar
The minds that brought our adolescent guilty pleasures to life on shows like The O.C. and Gossip Girl are on the cusp of blessing us with another addictive TV show - producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage are adapting John Green's bestselling young-adult novel Looking For Alaska into a limited series to air on Hulu.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show will be produced by Paramount TV and Fake Empire, the production company of The O.C.'s Schwartz and Gossip Girl's Savage. This is the second project that Schwartz and Savage will produce for Hulu, the first being Marvel's The Runaways, which was recently picked up for its second season.

No release dates have been announced for the show, but keep reading to see what we have learned about the upcoming series so far, including the cast!
See full article at BuzzSugar »

17 TV Rivalries That Blossomed Into Friendship

Television shows don't work without enemies and rivalries. There has to be conflicts and drama and we all know there's nothing better than watching two foes square off against one another!

But sometimes a rivalry that was meant to carry on for years is shifted when the characters display so much chemistry that the writers have no choice but to pair them as buddies.

Related: Get HBO via Prime Video Channels for Addictive Dramas, Hilarious Comedies & Hit Movies

Some of these friendships are genuine and beautiful, while others may still be prickly and rough around the edges, but they're a friendship nonetheless. 

Here we take a look at some of the best rivalries that slowly (or quickly) bloomed into memorable friendships!

1. Dan & Blair on Gossip Girl Dan and Blair started off as fierce adversaries and carried that rivalry up until the later seasons of Gossip Girl when their relationship softened and love eventually grew.
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You Know You Love These Gossip Girl Stocking Stuffers

  • Popsugar
You Know You Love These Gossip Girl Stocking Stuffers
Hey, Upper East Siders, do we have some great news for you. For the holidays, we've created a special gift guide just for Gossip Girl fans. With these stocking stuffers, you can feel like Manhattan's elite, minus the hefty price tag. From Blair Waldorf headbands to comfy Gossip Girl socks that are perfect for binge-watching, we have all you need to satisfy your obsession. So, what are you waiting for? Check out all the gifts ahead. You know you love it.

Related: Do You Love Gossip Girl? Test Your Knowledge With This Quiz
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27 Hilarious - and Horny - Thoughts People Had While Watching Netflix's Elite

For the past week or so, basically the only thing I've said out loud is something along the lines of, "Have you watched Elite yet?" Whether it's my Uber driver, my boyfriend, my book club, or my coworkers, I've been on a mission to convert everyone into fans of Netflix's hit Spanish drama.

Although the premise might make it seem like a run-of-the-mill teen soap at first - the story flips between flashbacks at a ritzy private school in Spain where three underprivileged teens have been given a scholarship to attend, as well as the present where a student has been murdered by an unknown killer - Elite stands out even while being reminiscent of shows like Gossip Girl and Skins.

Related: 28 New and Returning Netflix Shows Everyone Will Be Talking About This October

The series boldly tackles issues like racism and discrimination, as well as struggles with sexuality,
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You Know You Love These Gossip Girl Stocking Stuffers

Hey, Upper East Siders, do we have some great news for you. For the holidays, we've created a special gift guide just for Gossip Girl fans. With these stocking stuffers, you can feel like Manhattan's elite, minus the hefty price tag. From Blair Waldorf headbands to comfy Gossip Girl socks that are perfect for binge-watching, we have all you need to satisfy your obsession. So, what are you waiting for? Check out all the gifts ahead. You know you love it.

Related: Do You Love Gossip Girl? Test Your Knowledge With This Quiz
See full article at BuzzSugar »

Before You Become Obsessed With Elite on Netflix, Here's What We Know About Season 2

  • Popsugar
Over the past few years, Netflix has been expanding its original programming more and more. Now, they've even begun expanding into foreign-language original series. The first was Cable Girls, a historical drama about 1920s phone operators which is headed into its fourth season. For its second Spanish-language original drama, Netflix has produced Elite, a Gossip Girl-esque teen soap. Set in one of the most exclusive private schools in Spain, the contemporary drama follows a handful of working-class scholarship students who are thrown into this privileged, high-drama milieu.

The series debuted on Friday, Oct. 5 with an eight-episode first season. But as we all know, it can be frustrating to fall in love with a show, only to have it never see a second season. So will Netflix be producing another season of Elite? At first Netflix didn't want to comment one way or another, likely because the streaming giant wanted
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Today in Soap Opera History (October 25)

1982: Another World's Buzz Winslow died in Wyoming.

1988: General Hospital's Anna lost her baby.

1990: Another World's Jake raped Marley, then got shot.

2000: All My Children's Vanessa and Arlene were busted."The best prophet of the future is the past."

― Lord Byron

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1937: Radio soap opera Stella Dallas made its debut as a local show in New York City. The 15-minute drama, with Anne Elstner in the title role, was picked up by the NBC Radio network beginning June 6, 1938, and aired weekdays afternoons through 1955.

1971: Chris Bohn debuted as Dr. Jason Aldrich on The Doctors.

1977: On Another World, Iris Carrington (Beverlee McKinsey
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Riverdale Season 3 Episode 3 Review: Chapter Thirty-Eight: As Above, So Below

  • TVfanatic
Word to the wise: speak no evil about the speakeasy in front of Veronica. The aspiring businesswoman has no time for your negativity in her life.

On Riverdale Season 3 Episode 3, Veronica opened the doors to her secret underground bar beneath Pop Tate's Chock'lit Shoppe. The debts are piling up, and with help from her friends, she's going to make some extra money to keep the business afloat.

The problem, however, was that her enemies came out of the woodwork to make her life a living hell. Let alone the fact how ridiculous it was that a 16-year-old opened a bar without anyone even batting an eyelash.

The speakeasy plot had left me scratching my head ever since Veronica first brought it up.

Like, she's a teenager, and she wants to open a bar underneath the diner she owns. Let that sink in for a moment: a bar run by a teenager in a small town.
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Netflix’s ‘Elite’ Subverts Teen Drama Tropes With Style

  • Variety
Spoiler alert: This review includes some (but not all!) spoilers for the first season of Netflix’s “Élite.”

The first time I heard about Netflix’s new teen drama “Élite” was from a friend was gushing about how it felt like several great shows in one. If it were a mathematical equation, he said, “Elite” would look something like, “The O.C.” multiplied by “Gossip Girl,” divided by “Veronica Mars,” to the power of “Big Little Lies” — which, to be frank, sounded overwhelming. How could it take on so many tropes at once without becoming an overstuffed Frankenstein of a show?

Within 10 minutes, my fears started to melt away. “Élite” does indeed include countless teen show clichés, but it also relishes the opportunity to dig a bit deeper and twist them into more interesting shapes. It interrogates the very tropes it indulges by finding new gears in old plot engines. And
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Before You Become Obsessed With Elite on Netflix, Here's What We Know About Season 2

Over the past few years, Netflix has been expanding its original programming more and more. Now, they've even begun expanding into foreign-language original series. The first was Cable Girls, a historical drama about 1920s phone operators which is headed into its fourth season. For its second Spanish-language original drama, Netflix has produced Elite, a Gossip Girl-esque teen soap. Set in one of the most exclusive private schools in Spain, the contemporary drama follows a handful of working-class scholarship students who are thrown into this privileged, high-drama milieu.

The series debuted on Friday, Oct. 5 with an eight-episode first season. But as we all know, it can be frustrating to fall in love with a show, only to have it never see a second season. So will Netflix be producing another season of Elite? At first Netflix didn't want to comment one way or another, likely because the streaming giant wanted
See full article at BuzzSugar »

Pop Culture Imports: ‘La Haine,’ A Bollywood Historical Epic, a Trashy Spanish ‘Gossip Girl’-Style Series, and More

Pop Culture Imports: ‘La Haine,’ A Bollywood Historical Epic, a Trashy Spanish ‘Gossip Girl’-Style Series, and More
(Welcome to Pop Culture Imports, a column that compiles the best, wackiest, and weirdest foreign-language movies and TV shows streaming right now.) Remember when I promised you a horror-themed foreign streaming column? Never mind — there are too many other great foreign movies and TV shows to highlight every week. And besides, you’ll get plenty of […]

The post Pop Culture Imports: ‘La Haine,’ A Bollywood Historical Epic, a Trashy Spanish ‘Gossip Girl’-Style Series, and More appeared first on /Film.
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Elite Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix!

Netflix knows a gem when it has one!

The streaming service has handed out a second season renewal to its buzzy Spanish teen drama, Elite

Taking place at an exclusive private school named Las Encinas, it focuses on the school being forever changed after taking in three 16-year-olds from working-class backgrounds following the destruction of the public school they were enrolled in. 

With the ultimate battle between the wealthy children and the not so well of children ensuing, it results in one person being murdered and the series filling in the blanks to give viewers all the answers throughout the initial eight-episode run. 

Elite Season 1 bowed on Netflix on October 5 and currently holds a 100 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes

Related: 13 Reasons Why Renewed for Season 2!

If you're a fan of Big Little Lies, Gossip Girl, and Revenge, then it may well be your type of TV show. 

It stars Maria Pedraza,
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What's Next For the Star Trek TV Universe?

Kayti Burt Oct 17, 2018

We have some vague (but exciting) details on what the next phase of the Star Trek TV universe will look like.

The Star Trek TV universe has endured a lot of behind-the-scenes shuffling over the last few years, but two people have been left standing in the rubble: Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin. The two executive producers of Star Trek: Discovery are spearheading the planned expansion of the Star Trek TV universe, and TrekMovie had a lengthy interview with the two about what to expect from the next phases of that expansion.

"You’ll be hearing a lot about it very soon," Kurtzman teased as New York Comic Con, regarding the expansion of the Star Trek TV universe, implying that announcements are on the horizon.

What do we know so far? Well, in addition to Star Trek: Discovery and the Short Treks that will come out monthly
See full article at Den of Geek »
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