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Manager Tiffany Kuzon Joins Mosaic

Mosaic has hired veteran manager Tiffany Kuzon. She is coming from Primary Wave Entertainment where she was one of the company’s top talent managers.

“Historically, Mosaic has been built within but every once in awhile someone from outside gets our attention,” Mosaic principal Jimmy Miller said. “Tiffany is one of those people, and we are very excited for her to join us.”

Kuzon started her career as an agent at UTA before becoming a manager at Evolution Entertainment two decades ago. She transitioned to Primary Wave following the company’s 2014 acquisition of Evolution.

Kuzon’s clients include Mayim Bialik (The Big Bang Theory), Madelaine Petsch (RIiverdale), Marisol Nichols (Riverdale), Liv Hewson (Santa Clarita Diet), Michaela Conlin (Yellowstone), Ryan Mcpartlin (La’s Finest), Jonathan Bennett (Cake Wars), Davi Santos (Tell Me a Story), Shaun Sipos (Krypton), Noah Harpster (One Mississippi), Sarah Desjardin (Impulse), Jesse Garcia (From Dusk Till Dawn), Alexis Denisof,
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Kaley Cuoco Taps Suzanne McCormack As Development Executive For Her Company

Kaley Cuoco Taps Suzanne McCormack As Development Executive For Her Company
Chuck Lorre Productions veteran Suzanne McCormack has joined Kaley Cuoco’s Yes, Norman Productions as Svp. The Big Bang Theory star launched Yes, Norman Productions last year, entering an exclusive multi-year pod deal with Warner Bros. TV, the studio behind the blockbuster CBS comedy series.

McCormack will be responsible for developing and producing both TV and film projects for Yes, Norman which, under the Wbtv deal, is focused on original television projects for broadcast, cable, Svod and digital platforms via Wbtv, Warner Horizon Scripted Television, Warner Bros. Animation and Wbtvg’s digital venture Blue Ribbon Content.

McCormack moves to Yes, Norman from Warner Bros.-based Chuck Lorre Prods where she worked as VP of Development, in addition to serving as Coordinating Producer on the company’s series, including The Big Bang Theory, Mike & Molly, Two and a Half Men, and Mom. Prior to working with Lorre, she worked at Warner Bros.
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Mark Cendrowski (‘The Big Bang Theory’ director) on the ‘strange day’ he wasn’t nominated for an Emmy, and then he was [Exclusive Video Interview]

Mark Cendrowski (‘The Big Bang Theory’ director) on the ‘strange day’ he wasn’t nominated for an Emmy, and then he was [Exclusive Video Interview]
Most people are pleasantly surprised when they receive an Emmy nomination, but for “The Big Bang Theory” director Mark Cendrowski, it was doubly surprising because at first, when the official nominees were announced in the early hours of July 12, his name was nowhere to be found. “It was a strange day,” he admits. Watch our exclusive video interview with Cendrowski above.

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When the nominations list was first released Cendrowski was absent from the Best Comedy Directing lineup. In fact, no helmer from a multi-camera sitcom had gotten in despite a recent rule change dictating that one slot in the category would be reserved for whichever eligible multi-cam contender received the most votes. Because of an error by the TV academy, Cendrowski’s name slipped through the cracks.

He eventually got the good
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Teen Choice Awards Winners Include Mark Consuelos, Michael B. Jordan, Gina Rodriguez, Grant Gustin

Riverdale stars Mark Consuelos and Kj Apa at the Teen Choice Awards.The Teen Choice Awards were held Sunday at the Forum in Los Angeles. This year's event honored the best in film, television, music, sports, fashion, comedy and the internet based on more than 150 million votes cast by teens on Twitter and Fox.com.

Below is a complete list of the winners:

Movies

Choice Action Movie

"Avengers: Infinity War"

Choice Action Movie Actor

Robert Downey Jr. -- "Avengers: Infinity War"

Choice Action Movie Actress

Scarlett Johansson -- "Avengers: Infinity War"

Choice Sci-Fi Movie

"Black Panther"

Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actor

Chris Hemsworth -- "Thor: Ragnarok"

Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actress

Letitia Wright -- "Black Panther"

Choice Fantasy Movie

"Coco"

Choice Fantasy Movie Actor

Anthony Gonzalez -- "Coco"

Choice Fantasy Movie Actress

Carrie Fisher -- "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"

Choice Drama Movie

"The Greatest Showman"

Choice Drama Movie Actor

Zac Efron
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Teen Choice Awards 2018 Winners: Riverdale Leads the Way

The TeenChoice Awards made a splashy return to Fox Sunday night, and some of the biggest teen dramas were well-represented in the winners' circle.

Riverdale secured nine wins out the nine categories it was nominated in. It was nominated more than once in three categories, meaning it had 12 total nominations.

This is great news for the buzzy CW drama which benefited from increased ratings when it returned last October.

Shadowhunters, which was canceled at Freeform earlier this year was also well-represented.

All told, have a look at the full list of winners below.

Teen Choice Drama TV Show (#ChoiceDramaTVShow)

Empire

Famous in Love

Riverdale (Winner)

Star

The Fosters

This Is Us

Choice Drama TV Actor (#ChoiceDramaTVActor)

Cole SprouseRiverdale (Winner)

Freddie HighmoreThe Good Doctor

Jesse Williams — Grey’s Anatomy

Jussie Smollett — Empire

K.J. Apa — Riverdale

Sterling K. Brown — This Is Us

Choice Drama TV Actress (#ChoiceDramaTVActress)

Bella Thorne — Famous
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Teen Choice Awards: Winners List

  • Variety
The 2018 Teen Choice Awards were held Sunday night (August 12) at the Forum in Los Angeles and broadcast on Fox. Featuring performances by Bebe Rexha, Meghan Trainor, Khalid, Lauv and The Four” season one winner Evvie McKinney, presenters included Noah Cyrus, Chloe Grace Moretz, Lucy Hale, Hudson Yang, Maddie Ziegler, Nina Dobrev and more.

Winners were awarded the traditional Teen Choice surfboard. Fan-voted categories included movies, television, music, digital and fashion in addition to Choice Liplock, Choice Hissy Fit and Scene Stealer, all won by “Riverdale.”

See the full list of winners below.

Choice Action Movie

Avengers: Infinity War

Choice Action Movie Actor

Robert Downey Jr. – “Avengers: Infinity War

Choice Action Movie Actress

Scarlett Johansson – “Avengers: Infinity War

Choice Sci-Fi Movie

“Black Panther”

Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actor

Chris Hemsworth – “Thor: Ragnarok

Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actress

Letitia Wright – “Black Panther

Choice Fantasy Movie

Coco

Choice Fantasy Movie Actor

Anthony Gonzalez – “Coco

Choice
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Teen Choice Awards 2018 winners: Best prediction scores by our Users

Teen Choice Awards 2018 winners: Best prediction scores by our Users
Congratulations to our User Fan for a great score of 75% when predicting the 2018 Teen Choice Awards winners on Sunday. He is actually tied with vlord76 but has a better point score total of 4,071 by using the 500 super bets wisely.

Over 300 people worldwide predicted these winners in 12 categories. The awards ceremony was held in Los Angeles and was hosted by Nick Cannon. Our top scorer got nine of those champs correct, including all of the film category victories by “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Black Panther,” “Coco,” “The Greatest Showman” and “Love, Simon.” Correct TV picks were “The Big Bang Theory,” “The Flash” and “Riverdale.”

SEE2018 Teen Choice Awards winners list: Full list of nominees and winners in all categories

You can see how your score compares to all others in our leaderboard rankings of all contestants, which also includes links to see each participant’s predictions. To see your own scores, go
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Teen Choice Awards: ‘Riverdale’, ‘Infinity War’, ‘Black Panther’ Among Top Honorees – Full Winners List

Teen Choice Awards: ‘Riverdale’, ‘Infinity War’, ‘Black Panther’ Among Top Honorees – Full Winners List
The Teen Choice Awards were handed out tonight at the Forum in Los Angeles, with Riverdale dominating the TV side of things while Disney, Marvel and Pixar topped the movies.

Avengers: Infinity War took home the trophy for Choice Action Movie while Robert Downey Jr. and Scarlett Johansson won for Choice Action Movie Actor and Actress. Marvel’s Black Panther and Thor: Ragnarok took home trophies while Coco and The Last Jedi walked away with wins. Other big winners of the evening included The Greatest Showman and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

Riverdale won big, but shows like Stranger Things, Jane the Virgin and CW superhero fare like Supergirl and The Flash took home wins.

This year, teens logged on to Twitter and Fox.com and cast more than 150 million votes in support of their favorite teen icons in film, television, music, sports, fashion, comedy and the web. The star-studded event featured performances by Bebe Rexha,
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Teen Choice Awards 2018: Riverdale, Shadowhunters and More TV Winners

Teen Choice Awards 2018: Riverdale, Shadowhunters and More TV Winners
Another trip around the sun means another Teen Choice Awards, a ceremony in which Team TVLine is surprisingly invested despite being told we’re “too old to vote.”

Hosted by Nick Cannon and Lele Pons, Sunday’s main event once again celebrated pop culture’s best favorite acts in TV, movies, music and more — and once again, we only care about the TV part.

So scroll down for a list of nominees in all 25 (!) TV-related categories. As winners are announced throughout the ceremony, winners’ names and titles will be Bolded. When you’re done scrolling, drop a comment with your
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Why Macaulay Culkin Turned Down The Big Bang Theory 3 Times

Why Macaulay Culkin Turned Down The Big Bang Theory 3 Times
Macaulay Culkin could have been one of the biggest TV stars today—and even Ri¢hie Ri¢h-er. The 37-year-old former child movie star, who rose to fame in 1990 after playing Kevin in Home Alone, revealed on Joe Rogan's Joe Rogan Experience podcast this week that he was offered a part on the CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory before the TV show premiered in 2007. The show's concept did not appeal to him at all. "I couldn't see myself doing a sitcom or a television show kind of thing. A good one, I'd do. Like, NewsRadio is a fantastic show," Culkin said, referring to the '90s sitcom that first made Rogan famous. "That must've been a...
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Macaulay Culkin Says He Turned Down ‘The Big Bang Theory’ 3 Times

Macaulay Culkin Says He Turned Down ‘The Big Bang Theory’ 3 Times
In a new interview on Thursday, Macaulay Culkin revealed that he was “pursued” by producers offering him a role on “The Big Bang Theory” years ago, but the actor turned down the opportunity — three times.

“They pursued me for ‘The Big Bang Theory,’ and I said no,” Culkin said on the “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast. “The way the pitch was, ‘Alright, these two astrophysicist nerds and a pretty girl lives with them. Yoinks!’ That was the pitch. And I was like, ‘Yeah, I’m cool, thanks.'”

But according to Culkin, he was offered a role on the show two more times. He did not specify which role he would have been considered for.

“Even my manager was, like, twisting my arm,” he said.

Warner Bros. didn’t immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.
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“I Had a 40-Year Career That Was Mostly Just Riven with Existential Panic”: Two and a Half Men Co-Creator Lee Aronsohn on his Debut Doc, 40 Years in the Making: The Magic Music Movie

Lee Aronsohn was a college student in the early 1970s when he discovered Magic Music, an acoustic band based in Boulder, Colorado that attracted a devoted following thanks to their beautiful harmonies, memorable lyrics and bohemian lifestyle. In spite of flirtations with a number of record labels, the group never took off — they never even released an album — and by 1975 they broke up. Forty years later, Aronsohn — now one of the most successful writer-producers in the history of sitcoms thanks to his work on Murphy Brown, The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men, […]
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“I Had a 40-Year Career That Was Mostly Just Riven with Existential Panic”: Two and a Half Men Co-Creator Lee Aronsohn on his Debut Doc, 40 Years in the Making: The Magic Music Movie

Lee Aronsohn was a college student in the early 1970s when he discovered Magic Music, an acoustic band based in Boulder, Colorado that attracted a devoted following thanks to their beautiful harmonies, memorable lyrics and bohemian lifestyle. In spite of flirtations with a number of record labels, the group never took off — they never even released an album — and by 1975 they broke up. Forty years later, Aronsohn — now one of the most successful writer-producers in the history of sitcoms thanks to his work on Murphy Brown, The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men, […]
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Emmys: Posthumous Honor for Anthony Bourdain and Other Writing/Directing Predictions — Screen Talk Emmy Edition

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Emmys: Posthumous Honor for Anthony Bourdain and Other Writing/Directing Predictions — Screen Talk Emmy Edition
The many directing and writing categories have their favorites, with incumbents like “Saturday Night Live,” “Black Mirror,” “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” and “The Handmaid’s Tale” back in a variety of categories and looking for a repeat win. But there’s one category this year that will take a much larger meaning: Outstanding Writing For A Nonfiction Program.

That’s because the late Anthony Bourdain is a nominee in the category, for the “Southern Italy” episode of his CNN series “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.” Bourdain died in June, and the wounds are still being felt among his fans, colleagues and even competitors. Emmy voters may want to pay one last tribute to Bourdain by recognizing him as a stellar writer.

Bourdain has been nominated X times for outstanding writing for a nonfiction program, but hasn’t won in the category. He did pick up four Emmys for Outstanding Informational Series or Special,
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‘Modern Family’: ABC In Talks For Season 11 Of Comedy Series – TCA

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‘Modern Family’: ABC In Talks For Season 11 Of Comedy Series – TCA
Nine seasons in, Modern Family remains a tentpole and a great launch pad for ABC. Additionally, besides the short-lived Roseanne revival, it’s been the network’s highest-rated half-hour series for years. So, it’s not a surprise that, despite comments by co-creators Steve Levitan and Christopher Lloyd that they were looking to wrap the series with its upcoming 10th season, the network is eyeing an 11th.

“We have had some conversations with 20th (the studio that produces Modern Family). There are conversations ongoing,” ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey told Deadline at TCA on Tuesday. “I think that there is a sense that we all would like to do one more season if we can find a way for a deal that makes sense. This current season is the last season that we have the cast, so if we are to do another season there are more deals to be made,
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FX Acquires ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’, ‘Deadpool 2’, ‘A Quiet Place’, ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ & More Movies

  • Deadline
FX Networks continues to stock up on the biggest movie titles on the market.

The cable network’s latest purchases are current box-office champion Mission Impossible: Fallout, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Deadpool 2, A Quiet Place, Hotel Transylvania 3, The Equilizer 2, as well as Skyscraper, Blockers, Pacific Rim Uprising, and Maze Runner: The Death Cure.

They represent all of the top-grossing movies of 2018 except for the Marvel and Pixar titles, which are not made available by Disney, Solo, which is part of Disney’s Turner Start Wars movie package deal, and Warner Bros. films that go to siblings TNT and TBS.

FX, whose movie deals also include streaming rights to make the films available on the network’s digital platforms, made the switch several years ago, opting to spend the bulk of its acquisition budget on theatrical films instead of off-network shows. With a few rare exceptions, most notably The Big Bang Theory,
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The Big Bang Theory: Season 13? CBS Discussing Keeping the Sitcom Going

How many more seasons are in store for The Big Bang Theory? According to The Hollywood Reporter, CBS is in talks to renew the TV show for a 13th season.

The popular sitcom debuts its 12th season on CBS on September 24th at 8 p.m. Et/Pt. The cast includes Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Mayim Bialik, Simon Helberg, Melissa Rauch, Kunal Nayyar, and Kaley Cuoco.

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5 Things We Learned at TCA: Day 12

  • Variety
CBS made their appearance at TCA on Sunday despite the sexual misconduct investigation currently focused on CBS chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves.

CBS Entertainment head Kelly Kahl set the tone with an executive session at the the beginning of the day, followed by panels for shows like Dick Wolf’s “FBI,” the revival of “Murphy Brown,” and the reboot of “Magnum Pi.”

Here are five things we learned from Sunday’s session.

1.Kelly Kahl opened with prepared remarks on the allegations against Moonves before moving into a Q&A with the assembled reporters. “I believe we take workplace safety very seriously,” Kahl said. “I think if you look up and down the halls in CBS you’ll find a very safe environment.”

He declined to address allegations against the former “Star Trek: Discovery” showrunners or against “60 Minutes” executive producer Jeff Fager, however. “I can only speak to the entertainment division,
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Preliminary discussions underway to renew The Big Bang Theory for 13th season

While much of the talk about the upcoming twelfth season of The Big Bang Theory has indicated that it may well be the last, it seems that CBS isn’t quite ready to give up on its ratings juggernaut.

According to TV Line, CBS CBS Entertainment President Kelly Kahl has revealed at the Television Critics Association summer press tour that: “We don’t believe it’s the final year. We are in preliminary discussions to renew the show.”

Showrunner Steve Holland has previously revealed that he’s been treating season twelve as the final season “until I hear differently”, while star Johnny Galecki was also quoted as stating ““I think at this point everyone’s very comfortable with 12 seasons being a good time to go home and see our families.”

The twelfth season of The Big Bang Theory is set to premiere on Monday September 24th before moving to a
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CBS at TCA: Criminal Minds Episode Order Explained & More!

Criminal Minds Season 14 will feature the shortest episode to date for the series.

With 15 episodes ordered, fans have been up in arms about whether it means the show is coming to a close in the near future.

TVLine spoke with CBS president Kelly Kahl at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, and there was some insight into the decision.

“First of all, that’s what we need,” he told the website.

“Scheduling gets more difficult as we try to pack more shows into the schedule each season, with fewer repeats,” he continued. “The number of episodes you need tends to ‘accordion’ a little bit.”

Related: Criminal Minds Gets Premiere Date, Truncated Episode Order

While broadcast TV dramas have been embracing shorter, cable-like episode orders of late, it's the first time Criminal Minds has taken this route, so it makes sense that people would be worried about whether the show is close to cancellation.
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