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Warner Bros. Stage 13 Sets Debut Dates For Three Streaming Series

Warner Bros. Digital Networks will kick off its Stage 13 digital content brand on Thursday with the launch of Independent, an unscripted series that follows the careers of four hip-hop artists. The service will stream for free via YouTube, Facebook and at, with monthly series premieres planned. It will also be available on Verizon’s mobile go90. To date, Stage 13 has produced 11 series. The service also announced debut dates for its other two planned… Read


Sara Blaedel’s Louise Rick Crime Novels In Works As TV Series At Bron Studios

The Forgotten Girls

Bron Studios’ TV group has acquired rights to Danish author Sara Blaedel's bestselling crime fiction book series centered on police detective Louise Rick. The plan is to adapt the novels as a TV series, with the first published Rick book The Forgotten Girls to serve as the backdrop for Season 1. The plot of that 2015 book from Grand Central Publishing kicks off when fresh corpse of an unidentified woman with a large scar on her face is discovered in the woods. Rick, the… Read


LisaGay Hamilton Joins Beau Willimon’s ‘The First’

LisaGay Hamilton

LisaGay Hamilton has joined the cast of Beau Willimon’s new series The First, the straight-to-series drama starring Sean Penn and Natascha McElhone that is set to premiere next year on Hulu and Channel 4 in the UK. Written by Netflix’s House of Cards creator Willimon, The First follows the first human mission to Mars, exploring the challenges of taking the first steps toward interplanetary colonization. The story focuses not only on the astronauts, but also on their… Read


‘Salvation’ Summer Drama Series Renewed For Season 2 By CBS

CBS has given a 13-episode second-season pickup to suspense thriller Salvation to air in summer 2018. There is no decision yet on CBS’ other summer drama series, Zoo. Salvation, which had a decent freshman performance by summer ratings standards and is owned by CBS, centers on Liam Cole, an MIT grad student, and Darius Tanz, a tech superstar, who bring Pentagon official Grace Barrows a staggering discovery – that an asteroid is just months away from colliding with Earth… Read


Deadline’s The Contenders At Capacity; Long Waiting List For Award Season Kickoff Event

It only took one day for The Contenders to put up the "no room at the inn" sign. Deadline’s seventh annual daylong event, which kicks off the movie awards season on November 4, will feature such stars and filmmakers as Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Chadwick Boseman, James Franco, Greta Gerwig, Gary Oldman, Jordan Peele, Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, Andy Serkis, Andrew Garfield, Margot Robbie, Allison Janney, Richard Linklater, Mary J. Blige, Saoirse Ronan, John… Read


VidAngel Files For Chapter 11 After Losing Legal Fight With Hollywood Studios

VidAngel, the company that offered its users "clean" versions of existing movies, said today that it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. CEO Neal Harmon announced the move, saying, “It's an important step to protect our company — as well as its creditors, investors, and customers — from the plaintiffs' efforts to deny families their legal right to watch filtered content on modern devices.” Read his full statement below. The news comes less than two months… Read


Mark Ruffalo To Star In HBO Limited Drama Series In Works From Derek Cianfrance Based On Wally Lamb Book

Mark Ruffalo

EXCLUSIVE: HBO has had success with limited drama series with big-name feature actors attached from the get-go, like True Detective, which the network bought with Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson on board, and more recently Big Little Liars, shepherded by and starring Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman, which swept the Emmys this year. As a follow-up, the premium cable network is developing I Know This Much Is True, an eight-episode limited drama series starring… Read


Marsha Thomason Scrubs In For ‘The Good Doctor’; Bahram Khosraviani Joins ‘The Brave’

Marsha Thomason Bahram Khosraviani

White Collar alum Marsha Thomason has been cast in a a guest-starring role on ABC's new drama series The Good Doctor, the Freddie Highmore-starrer that recently received a full-season pickup. She is set to play Isabel Barnes, the wife of Marcus Barnes (Hill Harper), the head of surgery at San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital. Thomason, who played Diana Barrigan on USA Network’s White Collar, has TV credits including NCIS: Los Angeles and Lost. She is repped by Domain and… Read


Chelsea Handler’s Netflix Talk Show To End After 2 Seasons; Comedian Sets Documentary

Chelsea Handler just announced on Facebook that she will not be returning for another season of Chelsea, her weekly Netflix talk show. Handler said she is planning to focus on activism, write a book and partner with Netflix on an original documentary that highlights her perspective on the current political climate. Chelsea marked Netflix’s foray into the comedy talk show arena. New half-hour episodes were released three times a week in Season 1 before Handler switched to… Read


‘I Love You, Daddy’ Trailer: Louis C.K. Dark Comedy About Worried Dad Whose Teen Daughter Dates 60-Something Director

“A girl that age is getting into trouble, and if she loves her daddy, that means you’re doing nothing.” Here is the first trailer for I Love You, Daddy, the new film from Louis C.K. that is likely to be looked at quite differently now than when it debuted at Toronto. The potentially jarring dark comedy is directed by Louis C.K., who also stars as Glen, a successful TV writer-producer-father who panics when his 17-year-old daughter China (Chloë Grace Moretz) starts… Read


NBC’s ‘This Is Us’ Towers Over Tuesday In Demo; ‘NCIS’ Takes Total Viewers For CBS

A pretty standard night ratings-wise, with the only really noteworthy thing being the NBA season kicking off with a TNT doubleheader featuring games with the big-draw Cleveland Cavaliers and defending champ Golden State Warriors. That might lure some viewers away from the Big 4. NBC took the night with a 2.0 rating in the demo, and CBS led in total viewers with 10.7M, followed not closely by NBC's 8.3M. NBC dominated the Tuesday demo race among broadcasters with the Nos… Read


‘Where’s The Money’ Red Band Trailer: King Bach’s Gentrified Frat Comedy Gets Crazy And R-rated

The new red band trailer for Where’s The Money (in select theaters October 20 and VOD October 24) goes all out with the American Pie-style frat humor that will delightfully offend and entertain. The Lionsgate pic has social media star Andrew "King Bach" Bachelor starring as Del, quick-witted young man from the streets of South Central Los Angeles that learns his father in prison (Mike Epps) and his fresh-out-of-jail uncle (Terry Crews) stole a million dollars and stashed… Read