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Hallmark Movie 'Yes, I Do' Premieres Tonight, Stars Jen Lilley, Marcus Rosner & Jessica Lowndes

Yes, I Do premieres Saturday, June 30 at 9 p.m. Et/Pt on Hallmark Channel. The film stars Jen Lilley (Days of our Lives), Marcus Rosner (UnREAL) and Jessica Lowndes (90210).

Busy chocolatier Charlotte (Lilley) has left her boyfriend James (Rosner) at the altar three times and now she needs to prove to him that she really does want to marry him. Things are complicated when his ex-girlfriend Nicole (Lowndes), who is also the owner of Chocolate Monthly Magazine, arrives on the scene and says she wants him back.

Check out a sneak peek below.

The cast includes Christie Lang, Mark Brandon, Rhonda Dent, Alistair Abell and Beau Daniels.

Yes, I Do is a Proposal Productions Inc. production. Timothy O. Johnson and Michael Vickerman are executive producers. Christie Will Wolf directs from a script written by Joel and Lisa Canfield.
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Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger Season 1 Episode 4 Review – ‘Call/Response’

Red Stewart reviews the fourth episode of Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger

Back in the day, we used to jokingly describe Smallville as “Dawson’s Creek with superpowers.” This was because that show, at least in the earlier seasons, followed tropes that various other young adult soap operas at the time like 90210, Summerland, One Tree Hill, and Melrose Palace were utilizing. Watching the fourth episode of Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger, though, I couldn’t help but feel that perhaps we had jumped the gun with that nickname. Yes, it is true that Smallville was reminiscent of other dramas set in high schools, but at the end of the day it never strayed from its superhero roots: there was always a clear-cut antagonist, a super-powered fight, and an ending that made you feel good about yourself.

In the seven years since Smallville ended, we have seen the superhero genre grow exponentially,
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Beverly Hills 90210 Cast: Where Are They Now?

Beverly Hills 90210 opened our eyes to issues facing teens in the 90s. We fell so in love with the characters, we felt like they were our friends.

When the series ended in 2000, we had invested 10 years with these kids.

It's now 18 years later. What have they been up to and where are they now?

Read on to find out.

1. Jason Priestly - Brandon Walsh Jason Priestly was teen heartthrob, Brandon Walsh, and was plastered all over teen girl's bedrooms in the 90s. We were heartbroken when left before the series ended! Since Beverly Hills 90210, he's been busy playing in various movies and television over the years. Most recently, he plays Matt Shade, a hockey player turned private investigator in Private Eyes. Jason also played lead roles in TV's Call Me Fitz and Raising Expectations. 2. Shannen Doherty - Brenda Walsh Shannen Doherty played Brandon's twin sister Brenda until 1994 when she was written off the show.
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19 TV Reboots That Should Have Been Booted (Photos)

19 TV Reboots That Should Have Been Booted (Photos)
With reboots of “Charmed” and “Magnum Pi” on the way, TheWrap looks at TV revivals that never should’ve happened

“Charlie’s Angels”

“Charlie’s Angels” perfectly captured the goofiness of the ’70s, but it felt painfully out of date in 2011. Critics and audiences agreed: It was canceled after three episodes.

Ironside

Blair Underwood has done some memorable TV work, starting with his career-making role on “L.A. Law.” But his 2013 take on the Raymond Burr crime drama was yanked from NBC’s air even faster than you can say “Lax” or “The Event.”

The Bionic Woman

A 2007 take on the “Six Million Dollar Man” spinoff, this NBC show’s original sin was casting “Battlestar Galactica” ass-kicker Katee Sackhoff as the recurring villain rather than the lead.

Knight Rider

Like so much ’80s television, the original “Knight Rider” is over-celebrated. But NBC’s 2008 version lacked even the original’s dumb charms — and David Hasselhoff.
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The Flash: Jessica Parker Kennedy Will Be a Series Regular for Season 5

The Flash: Jessica Parker Kennedy Will Be a Series Regular for Season 5
Rest assured, The Flash‘s Barry and Iris will have plenty of time to get to know their speedster daughter-from-the-future.

Jessica Parker Kennedy will be a series regular for Season 5 of the CW hit, TVLine has learned, after making a handful of scattered-yet-provocative appearances during Season 4 — all leading to the finale reveal that her Mystery Girl is WestAllen’s offspring Nora.

Earlier this month, it was announced that The Flash had promoted both Danielle Nicolet and Hartley Sawyer to series regulars for the coming season, as Cecile and Ralph.

Kennedy first popped up on The Flash during last December’s multi-show,
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Jennie Garth Wants Divorce to Be Smooth Sailing, Says There's a Prenup

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Jennie Garth Wants Divorce to Be Smooth Sailing, Says There's a Prenup
Jennie Garth doesn't seem like she wants to draw out her divorce, so it's convenient she and her estranged hubby signed a prenup ... according to new legal docs anyway. The former '90210' star claims she and Dave Abrams agreed to a prenup before they wed in July 2015, so she wants it to be followed during their divorce proceedings. Garth agrees on their date of separation -- August 29, 2017 -- and says she wants to change her name back.
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'Parker Lewis Can't Lose' at 25: Co-Creators Clyde Phillips and Lon Diamond on Creating a Cult Classic

In September of 1990, Parker Lewis Can't Lose premiered amid the nascent Fox Network's Sunday primetime lineup.

The fourth broadcast net had launched in October 1986, and it was still searching for an identity. It was experiementing with everything from primetime animation to primetime sketch comedy and had found success with both. 1990 was also the year Fox debuted Beverly Hills, 90210, a show that would shape its drama direction for a decade plus. But Fox comedies were still the Wild West.

Co-created by Clyde Phillips and Lon Diamond, Parker Lewis debuted between fellow newcomer True Colors, a traditional multicam centering on ...
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For Evan Ross, His Best Friendship Was A Glove Affair

Evan Ross has managed to make a nice career for himself as an actor, having appeared in two of the Hunger Games movies, along with TV stints on 90210, Wicked City, and Star. Still, his own celebrity has been eclipsed by his family connections — he’s the youngest child of music legend Diana Ross and [...]

The post For Evan Ross, His Best Friendship Was A Glove Affair appeared first on Hollywood Outbreak.
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Freedom Fighters: The Ray goes from CW Seed to Disc in August

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Burbank, CA – The creative team behind hit live-action series Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow brings the acclaimed CW Seed animated series to a feature-length presentation in Freedom Fighters: The Ray. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Blue Ribbon Content and DC Entertainment, the action-packed film will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment starting August 28, 2018 on Blu-ray Combo Pack ($19.98 Srp), DVD ($18.94 Srp) and Digital.

All his life, Ray Terrill has fought injustice, dreaming of making a real difference like his older brother, a Marine who was killed in Afghanistan. One day, he stumbles upon a dying Super Hero from another Earth and is stunned to find that this Super Hero looks just like him—because it is! The dying Ray Terrill of Earth-x transfers photokinetic energy to this Earth’s Ray, making him a Super Hero – The Ray. However, Ray quickly learns being a Super Hero
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‘Sex and the City’ 20th Anniversary: Creator Reflects on Groundbreaking Series, Franchise’s Future

‘Sex and the City’ 20th Anniversary: Creator Reflects on Groundbreaking Series, Franchise’s Future
More than 20 years ago, Darren Star was ready to hold auditions for a new show about female friendships and sexual relationships, titled “Sex and the City.”

Star, who had come off creating “Beverly Hills, 90210″ and “Melrose Place,” needed to find his core four — the female actresses who would soon become known to the world as Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha.

Today, those four names — and the actresses who portrayed them, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon — are synonymous with one of the biggest pop culture phenomenons in TV history.

And the show still resonates today.
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Exclusive ‘The Rake’ Clip Hallucinates a Creepy Transformation

Unified Pictures and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will be spreading the fear of The Rake on DVD and Digital tomorrow, June 5, 2018. Shenae Grimes-Beech (TV’s “90210,” Scream 4), Rachel Melvin (TV’s “Sleepy Hollow”), and Izabella Miko (Clash of the Titans) star in the tale of siblings who return home 20 years after the shocking murder of their parents and discover that the […]
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Charles Michael Davis on Saying Goodbye to The Originals: "It's a Mix of Emotions"

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Charles Michael Davis on Saying Goodbye to The Originals:
Younger is getting an exciting new addition when it returns in June. After playing Hilary Duff's onscreen love interest/rival, Zane, during season four, Charles Michael Davis will be returning as a series regular for the upcoming season. Of course, the switch from guest star to series regular is certainly bittersweet for the 33-year-old actor. After playing Marcel on The Originals for five seasons, The CW series is officially coming to an end this year.

We had a chance to sit down with Davis during a press junket for Younger, and he admitted that it's been "a mix of emotions" saying goodbye to the beloved series. "I remember when I was doing up front for The Originals and Matt Lanter was coming off of 90210, and he would sit in interviews like this, and they would ask him 'What's it like now that you have this other show, this new show?
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Charles Michael Davis on Saying Goodbye to The Originals: "It's a Mix of Emotions"

Younger is getting an exciting new addition when it returns in June. After playing Hilary Duff's onscreen love interest/rival, Zane, during season four, Charles Michael Davis will be returning as a series regular for the upcoming season. Of course, the switch from guest star to series regular is certainly bittersweet for the 33-year-old actor. After playing Marcel on The Originals for five seasons, The CW series is officially coming to an end this year.

We had a chance to sit down with Davis during a press junket for Younger, and he admitted that it's been "a mix of emotions" saying goodbye to the beloved series. "I remember when I was doing up front for The Originals and Matt Lanter was coming off of 90210, and he would sit in interviews like this, and they would ask him 'What's it like now that you have this other show, this new show?
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‘Sex and the City’ Brought ‘Candid and Comical’ Take on Relationships to HBO 20 Years Ago

‘Sex and the City’ Brought ‘Candid and Comical’ Take on Relationships to HBO 20 Years Ago
It’s the 20th anniversary of “Sex and the City,” which debuted June 6, 1998, under lots of pressure. Pay cabler HBO needed a tentpole hit to replace its popular “The Larry Sanders Show,” which was ending after six seasons. Some pundits were skeptical about the new series, but in an April 27, 1998, interview with Variety, HBO exec Chris Albrecht predicted success: “It has a great female point of view and that’s something we don’t have a lot of.”

The series, created by Darren Star based on Candace Bushnell’s newspaper columns, centered on four women in their mid-30s and older,
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Today in Soap Opera History (May 17)

1933: One Man's Family expanded to a national audience.

1979: Delia loaned Johnny money on Ryan's Hope. 1988: Atwt's

Hal and Barbara celebrated on the night before their wedding.

1994: Gh's Felicia learned Maxie would get B.J.'s heart."All true histories contain instruction; though, in some, the treasure may be hard to find, and when found, so trivial in quantity that the dry, shrivelled kernel scarcely compensates for the trouble of cracking the nut."

Anne Brontë in "Agnes Grey"

"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...

1933: Radio soap opera One Man's Family expanded from being broadcast on the west coast only to the full nationwide NBC network.
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All American Trailer: The CW's Answer to Friday Night Lights?

All American looks like a show that was made for a premium cable network like HBO.

The series does not look like The CW would usually air, and that's a good thing.

Of course, it has the adolescent teenagers, but it also has a string of exciting plots.

The official logline reads:

When a rising high school football player from South Central L.A. is recruited to play for Beverly Hills High, the wins, losses and struggles of two families from vastly different worlds — Compton and Beverly Hills — begin to collide. Inspired by the life of pro football player Spencer Paysinger.

The cast includes Daniel Ezra, Taye Diggs, Samantha Logan, Bre-z, Greta Onieogou, Monet Mazur, Michael Evans Behling, Cody Christian and Karimah Westbrook.

If you're a fan of either Friday Night Lights, The O.C. or 90210, then we're sure this show is going to be one of the ones you
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Meghan Markle Was in 'Horrible Bosses,' and You Totally Missed it

She's a royal bride now, but it wasn't long ago that Meghan Markle was "just a FedEx girl" in Horrible Bosses. Other media outlets bill her appearance in the 2011 big-screen comedy as a "cameo," but it was more like a bit part — since Meghan wasn't the superstar she is today. In fact, Meghan's part lasts only 30 seconds. Her character, Jamie — whose name we only know from IMDb — is a FedEx employee who interacts with Kurt, Jason Sudeikis's character. "What's going on here?" Kurt says when he sees her dropping off packages. "Is this one of those hidden camera shows? … I mean, you're way too cute to just be a FedEx girl. You've got to be a model or actress, right? Like, what happens when I open one of these boxes? Something going to jump out and bite me in the penis?" "No," Jamie says. "Nothing's going to jump out.
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Riverdale Boss on Archie's Dilemma, Jughead's Future With Betty… and Is the Black Hood Really Finished?

Warning: The following post contains spoilers from Wednesday’s Riverdale season finale.

The good news: Archie was just voted student body president! The bad news: He might have to serve out his term from a prison cell.

Riverdale‘s Season 2 finale served up plot twists like burgers and milkshakes: Hermione is the new mayor! F.P. handed over control of the Serpents to Jughead! Veronica… bought Pop’s?! (Yeah, we’re still processing that one, too.) But the most shocking twist came at the very end, when Archie was about to celebrate his victory in the school election. Sheriff Minetta
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‘Pose’ Writer Janet Mock on Making History With Trans Storytelling (Guest Column)

‘Pose’ Writer Janet Mock on Making History With Trans Storytelling (Guest Column)
I first met Ryan Murphy on location in Hollywood in July. The set was a nightclub, filled with background actors staged as glistening go-go dancers, shirtless revelers, and twirling drag queens. They were all basking under the glow of a spinning disco ball — a fitting setting for my first Hollywood job interview.

I was flown in from New York City to meet with television’s most prolific showrunner, who was directing the pilot of “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace.” The day’s shoot concentrated on reconstructing a moment when the late Italian designer meets the man who will ultimately end his life.
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Charmed Reboot Ordered to Series

It’s official: The Power of Three will be reconstituted at The CW.

The network has given a series order to a reboot of the supernatural drama Charmed for the upcoming 2018–2019 season, TVLine has learned.

Penned by Jane the Virgin team Jennie Snyder Urman, Amy Rardin and Jessica O’Toole (Greek), The CW’s diversified take on the classic tale centers around three sisters — Mel (played by Melonie Diaz), Macy (played by Madeleine Mantock) and Maggie (played by Sarah Jeffrey) — who discover that they are three of the most powerful witches of all time.

Here’s the official logline:

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