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Allison Janney to join Hugh Jackman in Bad Education

Back in March it was announced that Hugh Jackman had signed on to lead the cast of Bad Education, the new film from Thoroughbreds director Cory Finley, and now Deadline is reporting that he will be joined by Oscar-winner Allison Janney.

Scripted by Mike Makowsky (I Think We’re Alone Now) and loosely based upon his own high school experience, the film sees Jackman as a superintendent of a school district who who works for the betterment of the student’s education while embezzling public funds to live the life he wants.

Janney is set to portray the school district business manager, who is in on the scheme and helping Jackman’s character to cover their tracks, while enjoying living the high life off the back of the embezzlement.

Janney has recently signed on to star in the feature film Troupe Zero alongside Jim Gaffigan, Viola Davis and Mckenna Grace,
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Film News Roundup: Allison Janney Joins Hugh Jackman in ‘Bad Education’

Film News Roundup: Allison Janney Joins Hugh Jackman in ‘Bad Education’
In today’s film news roundup, Allison Janney comes on board “Bad Education,” Beau Knapp leads the cast in “Crypto,” and Fox hires veteran marketing executive Mary Goss Robino.

Castings

Allison Janney will join Hugh Jackman in the independent movie “Bad Education,” which is currently in pre-production with “Thoroughbreds” director Cory Finley attached.

Producers are Fred Berger and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones of Automatik alongside Eddie Vaisman, Julia Lebedev, and Oren Moverman of Sight Unseen. Screenwriter Mike Makowsky will also produce.
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Here Are the 9 New Shows Coming to CBS This Fall and Winter

It's only a matter of time before we have to say goodbye to CBS's greatest hits like The Big Bang Theory and NCIS - neither one is canceled yet, so don't panic - which is why we couldn't be more excited about the network's new shows! Thanks to this week's upfront presentations, we finally know what shows CBS is gifting us with next season. It's never too early to start your countdown to Fall TV, right?

In addition to looking forward to more episodes of series like Blue Bloods, Mom, and Young Sheldon, CBS is going to be adding nine new shows, including a few rebooted hits, to its lineup for the 2018-2019 TV season. These shows are going to make CBS one of your favorite networks - if it isn't already - and you can see why when you watch all of the first trailers below.

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Here Are the 9 New Shows Coming to CBS This Fall and Winter

It's only a matter of time before we have to say goodbye to CBS's greatest hits like The Big Bang Theory and NCIS - neither one is canceled yet, so don't panic - which is why we couldn't be more excited about the network's new shows! Thanks to this week's upfront presentations, we finally know what shows CBS is gifting us with next season. It's never too early to start your countdown to Fall TV, right?

In addition to looking forward to more episodes of series like Blue Bloods, Mom, and Young Sheldon, CBS is going to be adding nine new shows, including a few rebooted hits, to its lineup for the 2018-2019 TV season. These shows are going to make CBS one of your favorite networks - if it isn't already - and you can see why when you watch all of the first trailers below.

Related: Watch
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CBS 2018 Fall Schedule: ‘Murphy Brown’ Revival Added to Thursday Lineup

CBS has unveiled its schedule for the Fall 2018 TV season, and there’s not a ton of change happening. Dick Wolf’s new procedural FBI will be sandwiched between NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans on Tuesday nights, while the Murphy Brown revival gets the plum 9:30 position on CBS’s gangbusters Thursday night, airing after the triplet of The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, and Mom. Monday will be a night full of fresh shows, however, as the Cedric the Entertainer comedy The Neighborhood kicks things off, followed by the Damon Wayans Jr. comedy Happy Together and then …
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CBS Fall Schedule: ‘Murphy Brown’ Booked for Thursdays, ‘Magnum Pi’ on Mondays

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CBS unveiled its Fall 2018 TV schedule early Wednesday morning, which is packed with premieres for the Eye’s newly-ordered revivals and reboots, like “Murphy Brown” and “Magnum P.I.,” and longtime network hits, like “NCIS,” “Big Bang Theory” and “Young Sheldon.”

While the new iteration of the ’80s detective drama is landing a Monday time slot, the return of Candice Bergen’s ’90s sitcom grabbed a spot on Thursday’s primetime block behind “Mom.”

Ahead of the Jay Hernandez-led “Magnum P.I.,” are new comedies “The Neighborhood” and “Happy Together” airing between 8-9 p.m. “Magnum” will drive in at 9 p.m. and be followed by “Bull,” moving over from its old spot on the following weeknight.

Also Read: Fall TV 2018: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating)

Now taking over Tuesdays is Dick Wolf-backed “FBI” will hit on Tuesdays at 9, to get a huge
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CBS 2018-2019 Schedule: ‘Magnum P.I.’ Heads to Monday, ‘Murphy Brown’ to Thursday

CBS 2018-2019 Schedule: ‘Magnum P.I.’ Heads to Monday, ‘Murphy Brown’ to Thursday
CBS’ revival of “Magnum P.I.” is heading to Monday in the fall while the “Murphy Brown” reboot lands on Thursdays behind “Mom.”

CBS unveiled its 2018-2019 schedule on Wednesday morning, with five new series plus the “Murphy Brown” revival landing on its fall schedule.

The Eye is opening the week on Monday with two new comedies, “The Neighborhood” and “Happy Together” from 8-9 p.m. “Magnum” revs its engine at 9 p.m. followed by “Bull,” which relocates from Tuesday to the 10 p.m. berth.

The new Dick Wolf-produced ensembler “FBI” will bow in the Tuesday 9 p.m. slot,
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Vignesh Shivn and Nayanthara's latest picture with Arr!

A.R.Rahman received his 5th and 6th National Awards this year for his work in films like Kaatru Veliyidai and Mom. As he has been getting wishes from all over the world, director Vignesh Shivn has posted a picture of him and Nayanthara posing alongside A.R.Rahman.

The picture is said to be taken when the duo went to Los Angeles for a trip, where they met the Isaipuyal. Vignesh posted the picture on Instagram and said, "Congrats for the national awards for winning an oscar award 🥇!! 💥😍😇👑 When we met God at his temple !! #losangeles #blessed #fanmoment...

'Overboard' Review: Rom-Com Remake Reverses Roles, Still Sinks Like a Stone

'Overboard' Review: Rom-Com Remake Reverses Roles, Still Sinks Like a Stone
What we have here is a Latin-infused remake of the 1987 romcom that starred Goldie Hawn as a bitchy heiress who take a spill off her yacht, suffers amnesia and falls for a poor carpenter (Kurt Russell) and his three kids. Who better than Anna Faris to take on the Hawn role for an update, right? Except, you see, she doesn't. This time, The House Bunny star is the one playing the carpenter – or in this case, a nurse in training.

And the snotty rich bastard? That role goes to Eugenio Derbez,
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Ratings: ‘Quantico’ Season 3 Premiere Finishes Dead Last Among Big 4 Nets

Ratings: ‘Quantico’ Season 3 Premiere Finishes Dead Last Among Big 4 Nets
So, “Quantico” returned to TV last night for its third season. If you didn’t notice, don’t worry, you’re not alone: The ABC drama’s Season 3 start managed just a 0.5 rating/2 share among adults 18-49, and 2.8 million total viewers.

CBS finished first on Thursday thanks to “The Big Bang Theory,” “Young Sheldon” and “Mom.”

Fox was No. 2 in primetime averages with its NFL Draft rights. Elsewhere, Telemundo topped NBC in demo ratings with its 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards.
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Kevin Can Wait, Superior Donuts, Life in Pieces: CBS Previews Season (Series?) Finale Episodes

Season finale season is upon us. This week, CBS previewed the upcoming season finales for Kevin Can Wait, Superior Donuts, Life in Pieces, MacGyver, The Big Bang Theory, and more.While we know Big Bang Theory will continue for at least another season, it's unclear if sitcoms like the low-rated Superior Donuts or Life in Pieces will return for the 2018-2019 season. As of right now, renewed series include Young Sheldon, Mom, NCIS, Bull, NCIS: New Orleans, Swat, NCIS: Los Angeles, Hawaii Five-0, Blues Bloods, MacGyver, and Madame Secretary.Read More…
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Living Biblically, 9Jkl, Me Myself & I: Which Cancelled CBS Sitcom Would You Save?

While CBS may have some of the biggest comedy series in primetime like The Big Bang Theory and Mom, the network has its challenges when it comes to establishing new ones.CBS introduced four new sitcoms this season and their fates have already been decided. Young Sheldon has been renewed for a second season while Living Biblically, 9Jkl, and Me, Myself and I have been cancelled.Read More…
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CBS Renewals: Which Major Show is Missing?

CBS has renewed another 11 series for the 2018-2019 TV season. 

The network confirmed on Wednesday that it had renewed the following programs for the following seasons:

- Hawaii Five-0 (for Season 9).

- Blue Bloods (for Season 9).

- MacGyver (for Season 3).

- Bull (for Season 3).

- Madam Secretary (for Season 5).

- NCIS: Los Angeles (for Season 10).

- NCIS: New Orleans (for Season 5).

- Survivor (for Seasons 37 and 38).

- The Amazing Race (for Season 31).

- 48 Hours (for Season 31).

- 60 Minutes (for Season 51).

The 11 renewals join The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, Mom, NCIS, Seal Team and S.W.A.T. which were previously renewed for additional seasons. 

The news likely means that Hawaii Five-0 stars Alex O'Loughlin and Scott Caan have carved out a deal to remain as a series regular for Season 9.

Their contracts are due to lapse the end of Hawaii Five-0 Season 8. 

Related: By The Numbers: Will Criminal Minds Be Renewed or Canceled?
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CBS Renews ‘Survivor,’ ‘The Amazing Race,’ 9 More Series

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CBS Renews ‘Survivor,’ ‘The Amazing Race,’ 9 More Series
CBS has renewed 11 series, including “Survivor,” “The Amazing Race” and “Hawaii Five-0,” the network announced Wednesday.

Additional series getting another season are “Blue Bloods,” “Bull,” “Madam Secretary,” “MacGyver,” “NCIS: Los Angeles,” NCIS: New Orleans,” “48 Hours” and “60 Minutes.”

Combined with previously announced pick-ups, CBS now has 17 series in their 2018-2019 slate, including its entire Tuesday and Friday night lineups. The network previously announced that “The Big Bang Theory,” “Young Sheldon,” “Mom,” “NCIS,” “Seal Team” and “S.W.A.T.” received renewals.
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Hawaii Five-0, Madam Secretary and Bull Among CBS' 11 Latest Renewals

CBS on Wednesday renewed nearly a dozen series for the 2018-19 season, including its Friday one-two-three punch of Hawaii Five-0, MacGyver and Blue Bloods. The Season 9 Five-0 pickup all but confirms that stars Alex O’Loughlin and Scott Caan — whose contracts were due to expire next month — will be sticking around.

The Eye network also greenlit additional seasons of Bull (for Season 3), Madam Secretary (for Season 5), NCIS: Los Angeles (for Season 10), NCIS: New Orleans (for Season 5), Survivor (for Seasons 37 and 38), The Amazing Race (for Season 31), 48 Hours (for Season 31) and 60 Minutes (for Season 51). They join the already-renewed Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon,
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‘Mom’ Renewed For Season 6; All 3 Chuck Lorre CBS Comedies Set To Return Next Season

‘Mom’ Renewed For Season 6; All 3 Chuck Lorre CBS Comedies Set To Return Next Season
CBS has renewed praised comedy series Mom for a sixth season. The pickup makes it a clean sweet for top comedy producer Chuck Lorre, with all three of his CBS shows already renewed for next season five weeks before the May upfronts. Mom joins veteran The Big Bang Theory, which will be headed into its 12th season, and hot newcomer, Big Bang spinoff Young Sheldon, which was renewed for Season 2. As Lorre often does on his series, word is that he delivered the news of Mom‘s…
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TV Ratings Report: Grey's Anatomy & The Big Bang Theory Hit Lows

TV Ratings Report: Grey's Anatomy & The Big Bang Theory Hit Lows
Grey's Anatomy (6.8 million/1.6 rating) is losing ground in the ratings.

The veteran medical drama series is finally starting to show its age and marked a new series lows.

Station 19 (5.1 million/1.0 rating) slipped out of Grey's and Scandal (3.9 million/0.9 rating) bounced back after last week's low.

CBS: The Big Bang Theory (12.7 million/2.3 rating) hit a series low in the demo, while Young Sheldon (11.6 million/1.9 rating), Life in Pieces (6.2 million/0.9 rating), and S.W.A.T. (5.1 million/0.8 rating) all fell. Mom (8.5 million/1.4 rating) was steady.
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After Padmaavat, make up artist Preetisheel Singh next is 102 Not Out

National Award-winning makeup, hair and prosthetic designer Preetisheel Singh won enormous critical acclaim when she designed the looks for Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat. But this doesn’t seem enough for her roller coaster ride to success.

The lady has quickly gone ahead and consolidated her position as the No.1 in her field of work with the Amitabh Bachchan-Rishi Kapoor starrer 102 Not Out directed by Umesh Shukla. The teaser of the film in which Big B and Rishi play father and son, has been creating quite a stir and the movie is expected to generate much more.

Speaking about the magnetic appeal of the legendary actors, Preetisheel says, “I was a baby when they were shining bright and they are still ruling hearts. So yes, you got to toughen up and think beyond the aura they exude. Designing their looks was a hard task.
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Broadway Legend Patti LuPone To Guest Star On CBS Comedy Mom

According to Entertainment Weekly,Patti LuPone will guest star in upcoming episode of Mom on CBS. LuPone willplay Rita, the demanding new owner of the building that is managed by Bonnie Allison Janney.Rita is a bit of a live wire Freshly divorced, she's either barking orders or sharing way too much about her personal life. LuPone's episode will air in April.
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Allison Janney 'Didn't Dare to Dream' of an Oscar: 'I'd Given Up Thinking This Would Happen'

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Allison Janney 'Didn't Dare to Dream' of an Oscar: 'I'd Given Up Thinking This Would Happen'
Allison Janney can add an Academy Award to her acting accolades, which includes a Golden Globe and seven Emmys.

Following her humorous best supporting actress acceptance speech at Sunday evening’s Oscar Awards, the I, Tonya star, 58, revealed she had nearly abandoned her hopes of winning a golden statue, emphatically thanking the film’s screenwriter Steven Rogers for creating the role of Tonya Harding’s mother, Lavona “Sandy” Golden.

“I kind of didn’t dare to dream of things like this because I didn’t want to be disappointed,” Janney told reporters in the Oscars press room of her win.
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