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Syfy Orders George R.R. Martin’s ‘Nightflyers’ to Pilot
The network revealed they were developing the novella as a series back in May. It was previously adapted into the 1987 film of the same name. Jeff Buhler wrote the adaptation for television. The story follows eight maverick scientists and a powerful telepath who embark on an expedition to the edge of our solar system in the hopes of contacting alien life. They travel aboard The Nightflyer – a ship with a small tightknit crew and a reclusive captain. But when terrifying »
- Joe Otterson
Ratings: Soft ‘Boy Band’ Premiere Drags ABC Down to 3rd Place
NBC and ABC scheduled a number of summer premieres against each other on Thursday. Ultimately, NBC won that battle, though it was Fox that topped primetime ratings in the key 18-49 demographic, and CBS which landed the most total viewers. For ABC, “Boy Band” began quite soft, though “The Gong Show” at 10 did better. For NBC, “The Wall” outdid its lead-in “Hollywood Game Night.” Unfortunately, “The Night Shift” didn’t benefit much from that boost. Fox was first in ratings with a 0.9 rating/4 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic, but fourth in total viewers with an average of 3 million, »
- Tony Maglio
Luke Grimes Starring in ‘Yellowstone’ With Kevin Costner (Exclusive)
The Paramount Network show is set in the largest contiguous ranch in the United States, which, despite its size, finds its borders threatened by land developers, an Indian reservation, and America’s first national park. Costner plays the ranch owner’s patriarch, while Grimes plays his youngest son, Cory.
- Brent Lang
‘Downton Abbey’ Movie Aims for Production in 2018
The much anticipated “Downton Abbey” movie project is moving forward, with the big screen adaptation of the period series set to head into production next year.
The series, which follows the lives of an aristocratic English family, ended its six season run on ITV in the U.K. and PBS in the U.S. in 2015 and 2016 respectively, and the producer of the show, Carnival Films, and its studio owner, NBCUniversal, have frequently spoken about making a “Downton” movie.
- Stewart Clarke
Vampire Diaries Series Finale: Watch a Deleted Stefan/Caroline Moment
#TVDForever really is taking on a whole new meaning.
RelatedThe Originals Ep Promises Major Closure in Season Finale, Reflects on Klaus’ Progress Since His Tvd Days
The CW on Friday released a deleted moment from The Vampire Diaries‘ series finale — which aired more than three months ago — that’s sure to appease disappointed fans of Stefan and Caroline’s relationship. (I mean, Stefan doesn’t magically come back to life or anything, but it’s still nice.)
Basically, it’s from the moment where s–t really starts to hit the fan, with Matt carrying out the Mystic Falls evacuation procedure. »
Here Comes Neve Campbell: Starring in Skyscraper with Dwayne Johnson
Did I not make this call a few months ago? Back in April I said that Neve Campbell has been sneaking up on us. Ever since Neve Campbell has been on the show House of Cards she’s beginning to return to serious relevance in movies. The last time Campbell was a major player in movies was back in her Scream and Wild Things days. For those counting those were around 20 years ago. Sure she made sequels and all that but she wasn’t nearly as big a movie star as back in the MTV days. But Campbell has
- Nat Berman
James Corden and Seth Rogen Deliver Pizza to Unsuspecting L.A. Residents
Thursday’s “Late Late Show” sketch “Mystery Pizza Box” did, however, come with a catch. The comedic duo offered customers a choice between sticking with the pizza they’ve ordered, from L.A.’s own Prime Pizza, or taking whatever was in the mystery pizza box.
All three deliveries chose the latter option — with “prizes” ranging from a box with a heaping portion of marinara sauce, front-row seats to an impromptu wrestling match, and an epic Instagram-worthy birthday party. »
- Rebecca Rubin
Angela Lansbury in talks to join Little Women miniseries
The Little Women reboot for The CW may have gotten scrapped last year, but you can still look forward to a miniseries remake on BBC One in the near future.
So far, the only name attached to the project is Angela Lansbury, who is in talks to play the well to do Aunt March according to Deadline. Fans
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- Lindsay Macdonald
My Final Appeal to Emmy Voters: Please Don't Forget These 3 Underdogs
The nomination-round voting period for the 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards closes on Monday, which means there’s still time. Rumor has it 80 percent of of Academy members wait until the very last minute to fill out their ballots, which is a statistic I literally just made up. But, let’s face it, the only thing Hollywood loves more than recycling is procrastinating, so there’s a good chance a lot of Emmy voting will be going on this weekend. To all you dilly-dalliers, I urge you — no, I beg you — to keep top of mind these three insanely deserving, yet underdog, »
Five Classic Food Fight Scenes in Movies
It’s messy, it’s unpredictable, and it’s one of the surest ways to have fun and get in trouble all at the same time. The food fight is a rather hilarious way to vent your anger at someone without actually having to take the trouble of causing them any serious bodily injury. Some of us might be old enough to remember when the words “Food fight!” in the cafeteria were punctuated by the sudden emergence of several different food groups being flung through the air to land wherever they may. Some call those the good old days, while others don’t mind
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Pretty Little Liars Series Finale Video: Spencer and Toby Talk 'Unrequited Love' (and the #PLLMoms Return!)
Spencer Hastings and Toby Cavanaugh’s love story isn’t finished just yet.
RelatedPretty Little Liars Ep Explains Emily’s ‘Emotional’ Nightmare About Ali
In TVLine’s exclusive clip from Tuesday’s two-hour Pretty Little Liars series finale (Freeform, 8/7c), the once-great couple discusses playing a game — and not one of the evil, manipulative variety this time — involving words, one of which Toby says he looked up in the dictionary. (In other news, can you imagine a hotter combination in Spencer’s mind than Toby and a dictionary?)
VideosPretty Little Liars Series Finale Promo Teases A.D.’s Reveal, »
‘Little Women’: Angela Lansbury In Talks For Miniseries Adaptation At BBC & PBS
Angela Lansbury is in talks to join the cast of Little Women, a three-part drama series adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's coming-of-age classic for BBC One and Masterpiece on PBS. The project, from Colin Callender's Playground, is written by Heidi Thomas (Call the Midwife) and directed by Vanessa Caswill (Thirteen). Set against the backdrop of the Civil War, the story follows sisters Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy March on their journey from childhood to adulthood. With the help… »
How ‘The Immortal Life’ Director George C. Wolfe Honored The Life And Legacy Of Henrietta Lacks
An African-American woman living through the “peak of segregation,” Henrietta Lacks died of cervical cancer in 1951, unaware that cells taken from her body would go on to transform modern medicine and history at large. Now known as HeLa cells, Henrietta’s “immortal” cells aided in the development of the polio vaccine, and remain an essential resource for medical research today—and yet for years, Lacks remained anonymous in and outside of the medical field, never… »
Would Dennis Rodman Make a Better President than Donald Trump?
When a player retires from any sport, unless they were one of the best players of their generation it’s not common for them to have huge relevancy in society many years after their retirement. It’s simply the nature of things. There’s nothing wrong with this but don’t tell that to Dennis Rodman. Rodman was one of the craziest players in NBA history, not to mention one of the most gifted rebounders. But other than rebounding, he fits the mold of a guy who wouldn’t seem to merit much press years after retirement, except one thing. Dennis Rodman isn’t your everyday
- Nat Berman
Best Performances: Inside Carrie Coon's Stunning Leftovers Monologue
TVGuide.com's Best Performances series focuses on stand-out actors and actresses from the past year of television. Whether they made you cry, laugh or a mix of both, these are the performers -- and characters -- we won't forget, all year long.
Carrie Coon has a way with words. And when she learned
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- Joyce Eng
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Francesca Curran
The new season of Orange is the New Black promises to deliver all the drama, hilarity, and emotion that previous seasons have been praised for. One of the best parts about this series is that viewers get to know each character intimately. One of the most shocking and intriguing characters on the show today is Skinhead Helen, portrayed by the talented Francesca Curran. Curran has to transform her mannerisms, beliefs, and appearance in order to become Helen. Of course, Curran is a lovely and incredibly gifted individual in real life. However, her portrayal of this despicable character has been so
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- Timothy Hickey
‘My Dinner With Hervé’: First-Look Photo Of Peter Dinklage As Hervé Villechaize In HBO Movie
HBO Films has released a first-look photo from My Dinner With Hervé, a Sacha Gervasi movie starring Game Of Thrones‘ Peter Dinklage and Fifty Shades of Grey's Jamie Dornan. The pic below features Dinklage as Hervé Villechaize and Dornan as journalist Danny Tate circa 1993. Written by Gervasi based on a story by him and Sean Macaulay and directed by Gervasi, My Dinner With Hervé centers on an unlikely friendship that evolves over one wild night in La between a struggling… »
‘Killjoys’: Exclusive Clip Shows the Gang Returns Ready For a Fight
Once again, “Killjoys” arrives in the nick of time.
This delightful summer series, which begins its third season June 30, completes one of my favorite 2017 programming blocks. For the next month or two, Friday nights on Syfy will consist of “Killjoys,” followed by “Dark Matter” and “Wynonna Earp.” All three are enjoyable in their own ways (check out my recent enthusiastic recommendation for all things “Earp”), and together they supply a whole lot of quip-intensive, well-crafted genre fun.
“Killjoys” tells the story of bounty hunters in a distant galaxy, and if you are my kind of person, in order to check it out, »
- Maureen Ryan
Syfy Orders George R.R. Martin's Nightflyers Pilot
The project, which is based on Martin's 1987 novella and film, follows a group of scientists and a telepath on a space journey to find a mysterious alien that might hold the key to humanity's survival. But along
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- Sadie Gennis
Six Awesome Scenes involving Alligators in Movies
Adding an alligator into any scene definitely livens it up. Maybe a little too much for actors involved. Thankfully they usually don’t have to be right in the same scene as the feisty creatures, but the implied terror seems real enough that one can imagine just how bad a day a person would be having if they had to deal with this kind of critter snapping at them without warning. It doesn’t matter how big the alligator is, just having them nearby seems like a bad idea in any movie. Here are a interesting scenes that might make you grateful
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