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Here's Why You Already Know the Cast of Netflix's The Holiday Calendar

It's the most wonderful time of the year - that's to say, cheesy holiday movie time! Now that Netflix is rolling out Christmas flicks, we don't have to limit ourselves to November and December to vicariously eat Santa's cookies or go on sleigh rides. We can get in the holiday spirit whenever we want with instant streaming right at our fingertips.

One of the Winter movies that's been melting our hearts lately is the sweet romantic comedy The Holiday Calendar. It focuses on a struggling photographer named Abby who works at an uninspiring mall gig where she takes Santa studio pictures. Although her best friend Josh has feelings for her, her eyes are set on the dreamy Dr. Ty Walker, who appears too perfect to be true. On top of this drama, her grandmother's magical Advent calendar seems to be uncannily predicting her dates with Ty. If you want those gooey Christmas feelings,
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Legacies Season 1 Episode 4 Review: Hope Is Not The Goal

If you thought Mystic Falls was deadly with the likes of the Mikaelsons, Katherine Pierce, and Kai, then you're probably wondering whether any of the villains that came before these mythical creatures would have stood a chance at winning a battle with them. 

The Vampire Diaries and The Originals were well-known for the stunning twists, but Legacies has taken the best elements of both shows that came before it, thrown in some distinctly different ingredients and blended it into a unique drama. 

On Legacies Season 1 Episode 4, the villain of the week was an enormous spider, and while the crumbs were cleverly plotted throughout the installment, I was still in disbelief when the thing appeared on the screen. 

CW shows have lower budgets than shows on the big four networks. That's what happens when shows have much lower ratings, but the CGI on that spider was nothing short of amazing. 

Sending
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Vampire Diaries: 20 Mistakes Fans Completely Missed

From September 10, 2009, when The Vampire Diaries premiered on the CW network, to March 10, 2017, when the last episode aired, this supernatural series ruled the airwaves, with 171 episodes spread across 8 seasons. The series was a hit, hooking a massive loyal audience from the pilot episode. While fans kept following the love triangle that was Elena, Damon, and Stefan, the cast worked harder to bag an impressive number of awards. Notably, The Vampire Diaries received numerous nominations, winning many awards.

The cast and producers were proud recipients at different levels, of 6 People’s Choice Awards, 28 Teen Choice Awards, 3 Saturn Awards, 4 Satellite Awards, 3 Young Hollywood Awards, 1 Critic’s Choice Awards, 2 Leo Awards, 3 Screen Actors Guild Awards, and 2 Scream Awards among others.

Fans were caught up with the evolving relationship between Stefan and Elena, Damon and Elena, Bonnie and Jeremy, Jeremy and his exes, Stefan and Caroline, Caroline and Klaus, Tyler, Matt etc., and also
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Legacies Round Table: Was Jeremy Gilbert's Return a Dud?

Steven R. McQueen reprised his role of Jeremy Gilbert on Legacies Season 1 Episode 3, but was it worthwhile?

Below, TV Fanatics Celester Mejia, Justin Carreiro, and Paul Dailly discuss the encore, the knife being sent away and so much more. 

Alaric sent the knife away with Dorian. React!

Celester: Ugh, it won't stop the problems at school. It's very obvious that it was Alaric's purpose to that. Nevertheless, the knife is just the tip of the iceberg to what these people have to face.

With a thematic monster of the week, the show is kinda keeping us on our toes. Which is good. Will it be good for Dorian, no one's sure yet.

Justin: I agree with Celester, the knife is only just the beginning of the problems. Regardless of them hiding it and sending it away, the trouble is still going to make its way to the school and the characters.
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Here's Why You Already Know the Cast of Netflix's The Holiday Calendar

It's the most wonderful time of the year - that's to say, cheesy holiday movie time! Now that Netflix is rolling out Christmas flicks, we don't have to limit ourselves to November and December to vicariously eat Santa's cookies or go on sleigh rides. We can get in the holiday spirit whenever we want with instant streaming right at our fingertips.

One of the Winter movies that's been melting our hearts lately is the sweet romantic comedy The Holiday Calendar. It focuses on a struggling photographer named Abby who works at an uninspiring mall gig where she takes Santa studio pictures. Although her best friend Josh has feelings for her, her eyes are set on the dreamy Dr. Ty Walker, who appears too perfect to be true. On top of this drama, her grandmother's magical Advent calendar seems to be uncannily predicting her dates with Ty. If you want those gooey Christmas feelings,
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Robert Zemeckis Returns To Science Fiction With ‘Project Blue Book’ & ‘Bios’

Robert Zemeckis Returns To Science Fiction With ‘Project Blue Book’ & ‘Bios’
Exclusive: Now this has a familiar ring to it: Robert Zemeckis is revisiting the 1950s to rewrite history with one new project and then he’s going back to the future to prove the power of love with a second project.

No, Zemeckis isn’t revving up the DeLorean for more Marty McFly sequels — however, the director of the Back to the Future trilogy (1985-1990) and Contact (1997) is making a relatively rare return to science fiction with the two projects. This time around, however, his foray into the genre is in a producing role. On Monday, Zemeckis talked about the two projects: Bios, the upcoming feature film; and Project Blue Book, a television series that premieres in January on History.

Bios, scheduled to start filming early next year, reunites Zemeckis with one of his most celebrated collaborators. “We’re producing a really magnificent science fiction project called Bios with Tom Hanks,
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Harry Potter the TV Series: Is It Time to Make the Leap?

This weekend marked the premiere of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the second in a five-part prequel series to the Harry Potter franchise.

Since the books came out in 1997, the world created by J.K. Rowling has been everywhere from the big screen to Broadway. Is it time to bring Harry and friends to the small screen?

If the Potterverse continues on its current trajectory, a television version seems inevitable. As a massive fan of the movies, I have mixed feelings about an attempt. It is hard to picture anybody other the Emma Watson as Hermione or Daniel Redcliff as Harry.

However, it would not be the first time that a book that became a movie went on to be a television series. There is a grand tradition in television history of bringing books to life. Networks such as The CW and Freeform have a history of breathing new life into familiar franchises.
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10 New Character Additions That Hurt Ya Franchises (And 10 That Saved Them)

A lot of the franchises that we’ve come to know and love have been derived from source material such as novels or comic books. Chief among these franchises is the young adult genre. Young adult material is also easy enough to adapt to the big or small screen as the characters are relatable to the target audience. The progression from younger themes to more adult-oriented themes is another reason why young adult franchises work.

You’ll be surprised to find out that popular shows like The Vampire Diaries and Roswell were originally in print form before they made their debuts onscreen. Along with these lesser-known books, the blockbuster novels like Twilight and Harry Potter have also been converted into film material. Some of the translations onto screens work, while others don’t.

These characters could have been well-received in their original novel or comic book format but their progression
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The CW Confirms Midseason Schedule: What's on the Move?

The CW is the latest network to firm up its midseason plans, and there are some big changes on the horizon for fans of the network's most beloved series. 

Roswell, New Mexico is getting the best launching pad the network has to offer behind The Flash. 

It will bow Tuesday, January 15 in the 9/8c slot. Former time-period occupant, Black Lightning will make a move to Mondays out of Arrow effective January 21. 

This move also means that DC's Legends of Tomorrow will be bumped from the schedule following its fall finale until April. 

Related: Legacies, Charmed and All American Land Full Season Orders!

The Monday move might spell good news for Black Lightning which has experienced the dreaded sophomore slump in the ratings department this year. 

Black Lightning Season 2 is off over 30 percent in the demo year-to-year and is averaging a 0.4 rating. 

The network also confirmed that the final season
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How Well Does the Legacies Cast Know Their Vampire Diaries History?

Though it's set in the world of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, Legacies is already hard at work establishing its own mythology with a whole host of new monsters and magical spells in its first season. That being said, the show still has to pay attention to the supernatural legacy (pun totally

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Other Links From TVGuide.com LegaciesDanielle Rose RussellMatthew DavisKaylee BryantJenny BoydQuincy FousePeyton SmithAria ShahghasemiThe Vampire DiariesThe Originals
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Gets Christmas Special at Netflix!

There will be some Spellman family cheer at Netflix this holiday season!

A Christmas special of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is coming to the streaming service, and there are just a few weeks to wait for it.

"Praise Satan! I mean, Praise Santa! @sabrinanetflix has a X-mas Special dropping on 12/14!! I love this episode of #Caos!!," Series creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa shared on Twitter on Monday morning.

He also shared the following photo:

While there are no plot details available, a Netflix sizzle reel showing off the streamer's upcoming holiday-themed content confirms the special will be titled "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter's Tale."

“We’re going to hunker down and watch our favorite Christmas movies,” Aunt Hilda tells Sabrina in the teaser.

Related: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Review: The Relevant, Spirited Witch the World Needs

It's certainly a surprising development given that Caos dropped its first season on Netflix last month,
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Tim Blake Nelson discusses his Watchmen casting

During an interview with Collider for his new film The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Tim Blake Nelson shared a few words on his casting in HBO’s upcoming Watchmen series, where he is portraying a new character by the name of Looking Glass. Nelson revealed that initially, it was just a minor role, although showrunner Damon Lindelof decided to expand it once the actor was cast.

“I talked to [Lindelof] on the phone, and it was an evolving process for Watchmen, which in part is what makes Damon so interesting,” said Nelson. “He, like the Coens, is very much in control, but he also improvises, to a degree, with what he has. And so, I was approached for Watchmen by his (producing) partner, Tom Spezialy. I read it and I read my character, and I found him interesting, but one doesn’t want to leap into television without knowing where a character is headed.
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Vampire Diaries: 10 Last-Minute Changes That Hurt The Show (And 10 That Saved It)

Television is one of the most collaborative mediums in which to tell a story. Books can be one person’s vision for where characters are going or what they’re doing, but in television, there is a room full of writers who bounce ideas off of each other, network executives and producers get involved, and even the actors can contribute ideas for their characters and their arcs. A TV show is no singular person’s vision – it’s a collective effort by a large group of people.

A lot of ideas get changed from the moment they are conceived to the moment they air on TV. There are table reads and rewrites and network notes. It’s possible that no show went through more changes from its original story plans than The Vampire Diaries. It was based on a series of novels by L.J. Smith, and it was constantly being
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Hooded Justice featured in Watchmen set photos as new character rumours surface

Rather than a direct adaptation, Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen series is set to deliver a brand new story set in the world of the Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons comic book series, albeit set in the present day. Nevertheless, it looks like we can expect to see plenty of callbacks and references to the original source material.

Spotted on set is an advertisement on the side of a bus for an in-universe TV show entitled American Hero Story: Minutemen, along with an image of Hooded Justice, the first ever masked adventurer in the Watchmen universe, and one of the founding members of the 1940s crime-fighting team The Minutemen.

See Also: First image from HBO’s Watchmen TV series showcases a mystery hero

Essa não é a primeira vez que algo na produção faz alusão ao Justiça Encapuzada. Anteriormente já tínhamos visto a silhueta do personagem em outra imagem dos bastidores.
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Legacies and Its Monsters Are Filling the Buffy-Sized Hole In Our Hearts

Legacies and Its Monsters Are Filling the Buffy-Sized Hole In Our Hearts
We don't know how many times and ways we can say it: You need to be watching Legacies. If you're here, you're likely already watching it, but we're just doing our best to spread the word that it's so much fun, and so far is turning out to be a fun, funny, really well done show that we can't get enough of—and that is reminding us of some of our other favorite shows in the best ways. One thing we weren't so sure of after just seeing the pilot was the monster element, which had been promised but hadn't made an appearance quite yet. Legacies' parent shows, The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, didn't really feature monsters in the way this show does, to the point...
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Legacies Season 1 Episode 3 Review: We're Being Punked, Pedro

If you're enrolled at the Salvatore School, you're probably safer traveling across the Atlantic Ocean and heading to Hogwarts. 

Legacies Season 1 Episode 3 was another standout hour of this new CW drama series, which has successfully managed to bring the best components of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals to craft a rock-solid series. 

After the fire-breathing witch turned into a fire-breathing dragon on Legacies Season 1 Episode 2, the villain of the week on "We're Being Punked, Pedro" was much tamer. 

That's thanks in part to Lizzie doing the spell to keep it inside the walls of the school. Could you imagine the destruction it would have caused it made its way to the town square? 

There's no way Matt could spin that one into something positive. The residents of Mystic Falls are far too oblivious for my liking, but there's going to come to a point they are in the know about what's going on,
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‘Legacies': Matthew Davis on Playing One Character Through Three Series, and Alaric’s Love Life

From executive producer Julie Plec, The CW series Legacies tells the story of the next generation of supernatural beings. Set at The Salvatore Boarding School for the Young and Gifted, Alaric Saltzman (Matthew Davis) is in charge of helping to teach and nurture young vampires, werewolves and witches – including 17-year-old tri-brid Hope Mikaelson (Danielle Rose Russell), witch twins Lizzie (Jenny Boyd) and Josie Saltzman (Kaylee Bryant), vampire Mg (Quincy Fouse), newly triggered werewolf Rafael Waithe (Peyton Alex Smith) and the mysterious Landon Kirby (Aria Shahghasemi) – to become the heroes they want to …
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Legacies: Where the Frick Is Caroline Forbes?

Legacies has prided itself on setting the show apart from both The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, but at the end of the day, it's still a spin-off set in Tvd Universe, which makes explaining away some characters' absences a little difficult.

Caroline Forbes (Candice King), for example, is a

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Other Links From TVGuide.com LegaciesKaylee BryantMatthew DavisCandice KingJenny Boyd
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CW Picks Up ‘Charmed’ for Full Season, ‘All American’ & ‘Legacies’ Get Three More Episodes Each

  • Variety
The CW has ordered more episodes of all three of its new fall dramas.

Charmed” has received a back nine order, bringing its first season to 22 episodes total. Fellow freshman shows “All American” and “Legacies” have gotten picked up for three more episodes, meaning the first season of both shows will run for 16 episodes.

Charmed,” a reboot of the original series, stars Melonie Diaz, Sarah Jeffery, Madeleine Mantock, Ser’Darius Blain, Ellen Tamaki, Nick Hargrove, and Rupert Evans. Jessica O’Toole, Amy Rardin, Jennie Snyder Urman, Ben Silverman, Brad Silberling, Howard Owens, and Carter Covington serve as executive producers. O’Toole, Rardin, and Snyder Urman created the reboot. The series is averaging a 1.0 rating in adults 18-49 and 2.7 million viewers per episode in Live+7, on average doubling its key demo rating.

“All American” is inspired by the life of NFL player Spencer Paysinger. It follows a standout high school football
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CW Orders Additional Episodes for Freshman Series ‘Charmed,’ ‘Legacies’ and ‘All American’

  • The Wrap
The CW has ordered additional episodes for all three of its freshman series, “Charmed,” “Legacies” and “All American.”

Legacies” and “All American” each received an additional three episodes, bringing the total run to 16 apiece. The CW handed out nine new episodes to its reboot of “Charmed,” giving that series a full season run of 22 episodes.

All American” lost its showrunner a week before its premiere when April Blair stepped down and was replaced by co-executive producer Nkechi Okoro Carroll. Blair wrote the pilot for the series.

Also Read: 'The 4400' Reboot in the Works at The CW

Charmed” is written and executive produced by Jessica O’Toole and Amy Rardin, along with executive producer and creator Jennie Urman. Brad Silberling directed the pilot and is grabbing an executive producing credit with Ben Silverman and Carter Covington. It stars Madeleine Mantock, Melonie Diaz and Sarah Jeffery.

“Legacies” continues the
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