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‘Young Sheldon’ Star Iain Armitage Joins Jane Fonda Climate Protest March In DC

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‘Young Sheldon’ Star Iain Armitage Joins Jane Fonda Climate Protest March In DC
Actress Jane Fonda’s ongoing climate change protests in Washington, DC this week saw support from her grandchildren, both real-life and from the movies.

Fonda was joined Friday by Iain Armitage, star of CBS television’s Young Sheldon and HBO’s Big Little Lies, and her own grandchildren, Malcolm and Viva. Fonda and Armitage worked together on the 2017 movie Our Souls at Night, in which he played her grandson, Jamie.

Fonda has been part of the DC protests for some time, moving to the nation’s capital, being arrested several times, and showcasing the weekly effort on Twitter via an official account, Fire Drill Fridays.

This week’s edition saw a video posted that showcased Fonda marching alongside Armitage carrying a banner, “We Demand a Green New Deal.” Armitage also spoke at the event and later used his personal Twitter account to share a photo of himself, Fonda and others
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Diane Lane, Piper Perabo Arrested At Jane Fonda-Led Climate Protest

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Diane Lane, Piper Perabo Arrested At Jane Fonda-Led Climate Protest
Actresses Diane Lane, Piper Perabo and model Amber Valletta were among those arrested on Friday in the latest climate protest led by Jane Fonda.

Demonstrators chanted, “the waters are rising, and so are we,” as the seventh week of the protests focused on clean safe water.

Fonda herself was not arrested. After her fourth arrest, she spent the night in jail and organizers fear that she would risk a longer sentence, of 30 or even 90 days, that would keep her from participating. She has said that she wants to use her celebrity to draw interest in the demonstrations.

The protesters who were arrested on Friday were detained after they blocked traffic in front of the Supreme Court.

As she was arrested, Lane shouted, “Show up for climate!”

Fonda has said that she moved to D.C. temporarily to participate in the Friday demonstrations, which are called Fire Drill Fridays and are
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Jane Fonda To Lead 7th Successive Friday Civil Disobedience Action

This week, Jane Fonda will be joined by Diane Lane, Manny Jacinto, Piper Perabo and supermodel Amber Valletta on Capitol Hill to march for immediate action on a Green New Deal.

Brooklyn Decker was out supporting Fire Drill Friday.

Credit/Copyright: Fire Drill Friday on Facebook

The event will begin at 11am on Friday, November 22, at the Southeast Lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building. There speakers will address the ways in which climate change threatens the water supply of 2/3 of the world’s people. At noon, participants will walk to a site on Capitol Hill to commit civil disobedience.

Marg Helgenberger was arrested for civil disobedience at the November 16th Fire Drill Friday event.

Credit/Copyright: Fire Drill Friday on Facebook

Last week, Fonda was joined by Marg Helgenberger, Anne Seymour, June Raphael, Brooklyn Decker, and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., as they focussed on Environmental Justice.

June Raphael was
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Marg Helgenberger, Robert Kennedy Jr. Arrested In Latest Jane Fonda-Led Climate Protest

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Marg Helgenberger, Robert Kennedy Jr. Arrested In Latest Jane Fonda-Led Climate Protest
As much of the media attention on Capitol Hill was focused on the latest impeachment hearing, Jane Fonda was continuing a weekly climate protest.

She was not arrested, but other activists were after they staged a sit-in at the Russell Senate Office Building. Those arrested included actress Marg Helgenberger and activist Robert Kennedy Jr., as well as June Diane Raphael, who portrays Fonda’s daughter on the Netflix series Grace and Frankie. Demonstrators have typically been charged with obstructing and incommoding, and cited and released.

Fonda has said that she plans to participate in the protests – called Fire Drill Fridays – through January, when her series resumes production. She was arrested each of the first four weeks of protests, and spent a night in jail after her most recent detainment. But a spokesman for the event said that they are concerned that if she is arrested before her Nov. 27 court date,
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‘All Rise’ Season 1, November 11, 2019 Episode 8 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

Hey, "All Rise" fans. Unfortunately, we had to jump on here tonight because we've just learned that CBS will, in fact, not be airing the next,new episode 8 of your favorite show tonight November 11, 2019. We're not sure why. All we know is that this delay will only be for this week. That means you guys can totally expect to see the new episode 8 hit the airwaves next Monday night, November 18,2019 at approximately 8 pm central standard time on CBS of course. So, be sure to mark down that very important date on your TV show calendars right now. So, what will CBS be airing instead of "All Rise" tonight? Well, according to the TV guide listings, CBS will actually be airing "All Rise," but it will be a repeat episode. The repeat episode they're airing is the 4th episode of this premiere season 1. That episode is labeled/titled, "A View From the Bus.
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All Rise: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two on CBS?

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Is there order in the courthouse? Is the All Rise TV show cancelled or renewed for a second season on CBS? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of All Rise, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?  

What's This TV Show About?

Airing on the CBS television network, All Rise stars Simone Missick, Wilson Bethel, Marg Helgenberger, Jessica Camacho, J. Alex Brinson, Lindsay Mendez, and Ruthie Ann Miles. The series follows the chaotic, hopeful (and sometimes absurd) world of those who work at a courthouse in Los Angeles. At the center of this drama series is Lola Carmichael (Missick), a recently appointed judge who
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Evil, All Rise, The Unicorn, Carol's Second Act, and Bob ♥ Abishola All Get Good News at CBS

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Great news, CBS Fanatics!

CBS had a busy day with their freshman 2019 series.

All five got a nod of encouragement, and one got a second-season renewal, the first of the 2019-20 season.

First, the great news.

Evil has just been renewed for a second season for the 2020-21 season.

Evil Review: Rose 390

Evil Season 1 will conclude its initial 13-episode run on January 30, 2020.

If you've been paying attention to the news, you have seen Evil get international distribution rights, and that's always a good sign that the show will be around longer.

Evil, created by Michelle and Robert King, has been a solid ratings performer on Thursdays, averaging over 7.1 million viewers each week.

Evil is a psychological mystery that examines the origins of evil along the dividing line between science and religion.

S.W.A.T. Shocker: Which Original Cast Member is Out?

The series focuses on a skeptical female psychologist
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CBS Renews ‘Evil,’ Orders Full Seasons of Four Other Freshman Shows

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CBS is doubling down on all its new shows.

The network has renewed “Evil” for a second season, and handed out full-season orders to its other four freshman series, namely “All Rise,” “Carol’s Second Act,” “The Unicorn,” and “Bob Hearts Abishola.”

Evil” is set to conclude its 13-episode first season on Jan. 30, 2020, while the other four will still have to wait until later in the season for a definitive renewal decision.

“These terrific new series have attracted a passionate base of viewers and consistent ratings while delivering entertaining, inclusive and relevant storytelling every week,” said Kelly Kahl, president of CBS Entertainment. “They’re off to strong starts and are still being discovered on the many catch-up and playback options available to our viewers today. We’re proud of this freshman class and excited about their potential to tell more great stories and further expand their audiences.”

The network’s
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‘Evil’ Renewed For Season 2 By CBS; ‘All Rise’, ‘Carol’s Second Act’, ‘The Unicorn’ & ‘Bob ♥ Abishola’ Get Back Orders

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CBS has ordered additional episodes of all five of its freshman series. Drama Evil, which was designed to produce 13-episode seasons, has been renewed for a second season to premiere in 2020-2021. New drama All Rise and comedies Carol’s Second Act, The Unicorn and Bob ♥ Abishola all have received back orders for the 2019-2020 broadcast season.

Per usual, CBS calls them full-season orders, though I hear at least some are partial ones. Like all Chuck Lorre-CBS series, Bob ♥ Abishola is believed to have received a Back 9 pickup; the orders for the others are about five episode each, I hear.

While none has been a breakout hit, CBS’ freshman series have been solid performers in total viewers by this fall’s ratings standards.

Boosted by a delayed viewing bump, Evil, created by Michelle and Robert King, is averaging more than 7.1 million viewers in Nielsen Live+7. The thriller drama will
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All Rise Season 1 Episode 5 Review: Devotees in the Courthouse of Love

Judge Lola Carmichael's reign in the courtroom has only just begun, and if she continues to tick all of the boxes, she may emerge as the best judge around. 

On All Rise Season 1 Episode 5, Lola continued to fight for what's right, all while helping people get married, and fighting back against the system for making money from defendants. 

If you watch All Rise online, you know the series strives to tackle subjects that other TV shows wouldn't. 

The one that weighed heaviest on Lola's mind during "Devotees in the Courthouse of Love" was the way the system manages to monetize cases. 

Mr. Owens was between a rock and a hard place. He committed a crime, didn't want to do any time, yet didn't have a dime to pay any of the fees incurred by the court. 

Many judges are blissfully unaware of how much hauling a defendant to court actually costs,
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‘All Rise’ Review: CBS’ Courtroom Drama Doesn’t Reinvent the Genre, But It’s Entertaining Enough

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CBS’ “All Rise” is a new courthouse drama that follows the chaotic, hopeful, and sometimes absurd lives of its judges, prosecutors, and public defenders as they work with bailiffs, clerks, and cops to get justice for the people of Los Angeles, all set against the backdrop of a flawed legal system. It specifically follows a California prosecutor’s rise to the bench, as she pushes boundaries and challenges expectations of what a judge can be while contending with the resulting ramifications of her actions.

Simone Missick leads the series as newly appointed Judge Lola Carmichael, a highly regarded and impressive (former) deputy district attorney who doesn’t intend to sit back on the bench. She’s strong, smart, and compassionate, serving both as judge and counselor, often giving guidance to colleagues, as well as lawyers and their clients. Though she’s initially intimidated as a first-time judge, and remains green
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All Rise: Season One Ratings

While CBS has plenty of procedural TV shows, the network doesn't have any dramas that take place in a courthouse -- until now. Enter the All Rise TV series. Does this legal drama have what it takes to survive to be a success in the ratings? Will it be cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.

The All Rise TV show follows the chaotic, hopeful (and sometimes absurd) world of those who work at a courthouse in Los Angeles. It stars Simone Missick, Wilson Bethel, Marg Helgenberger, Jessica Camacho, J. Alex Brinson, Lindsay Mendez, and Ruthie Ann Miles. At the center of this drama series is Lola Carmichael (Missick), a recently appointed judge who was previously a highly regarded and impressive deputy district attorney. She depends on the counsel of people like her Deputy District Attorney Mark Callan (Bethel), Supervisory Judge Lisa Benner (Helgenberger), and pragmatic
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All Rise: Season One Viewer Votes

Are you judging the first season of the All Rise TV show on CBS kindly? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like All Rise is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of the first season episodes of All Rise here.

Airing on the CBS television network, All Rise stars Simone Missick, Wilson Bethel, Marg Helgenberger, Jessica Camacho, J. Alex Brinson, Lindsay Mendez, and Ruthie Ann Miles. The series follows the chaotic, hopeful (and sometimes absurd) world of those who work at a courthouse in Los Angeles. At the center of this
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All Rise

Network: CBS

Episodes: Ongoing (hour)

Seasons: Ongoing

TV show dates: September 23, 2019 -- present

Series status: Has not been cancelled

Performers include: Simone Missick, Wilson Bethel, Marg Helgenberger, Jessica Camacho, J. Alex Brinson, Lindsay Mendez, and Ruthie Ann Miles.

TV show description:      

A courthouse drama that's set in Los Angeles, the All Rise TV show follows the chaotic, hopeful (and sometimes absurd) world of judges, prosecutors, public defenders, bailiffs, clerks, and cops. A diverse group, these professionals have one thing in common -- they're seeking justice for the citizens involved in a flawed legal process.

Judge Lola Carmichael (Missick) has recently been appointed to the bench and was previously a highly regarded and impressive deputy district attorney. Now that she's a judge, Lola pushes the boundaries and challenges the expectations of what someone in
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CBS' All Rise: Grade the Premiere!

Court is now in session at CBS with the series premiere of All Rise, which has such a Shondaland vibe that I went to IMDb to check creator Greg Spottiswood’s resume. (For what it’s worth, he didn’t work on any Shonda Rhimes shows; his credits instead include the Canadian dramas Remedy and King.)

The new legal drama introduces us to the caring Lola Carmichael (Luke Cage‘s Simone Missick), who is a newly appointed L.A. county superior court judge. Her circle of friends includes District Attorney Mark Callan (Hart of Dixie‘s Wilson Bethel), who unsuccessfully
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TV Review: ‘All Rise’ Starring Simone Missick

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TV Review: ‘All Rise’ Starring Simone Missick
Finding a new way to do a legal procedural is such a difficult prospect at this point that it would be hard to blame TV for giving up entirely and just going on autopilot. “All Rise,” however, both indulges the basics of the genre and finds some refreshing ways to twist them into slightly new, more intriguing shapes. Between its cast, subject matter, and many charming friendships,

The clearest example of this comes with the show’s lead character of Lola (Simone Missick), a determined and deeply empathetic attorney turned judge who forms the show’s main perspective and moral backbone. In “Courtroom 302,” Steve Bogira’s nonfiction book about a Chicago courtroom that series creator Greg Spottiswood turned to for inspiration, the central “character” is a white man. This would usually make him a perfect fit to lead a CBS procedural, but Lola is purposefully neither of those things. When
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Marg Helgenberger

Fans of daytime soaps, horror, and CSI all know and love Marg Helgenberger. Whether you first saw her as Siobhan Ryan in Ryan’s hope back in 1982, in the Species movies of the Mid-90s or you just discovered her in All Rise, everyone enjoys watching the dynamic and gorgeous Marg. Smart, attractive, and talented, it’s not hard to see how this triple threat holds the audience’s interest so well. We went digging around to see what else we could learn about her and came up with ten fascinating facts to share. 1. She Loves Football Not everyone is a fan

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Marg Helgenberger
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What to Watch Next Week: CBS Fall Preview, The I-Land, Friday the 13th Marathon

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This is one of my favorite weeks of the year!

Why? Because there is a Friday the 13th snuggled all up in here. Who doesn't love that??

We have some television recommendations for you, so check them out, and let us know what you'll be watching!

Sunday, September 8

9/8c Witness to Murder: A Darrow Mystery airs on Hallmark Channel And Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. That's how much faith the networks have in the franchise!

Kimberly Williams-Paisley on Darrow Mysteries, Family, and Charity

And they should have that much faith because the series has an incredible pedigree with Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Wendie Malick, and Tom Cavanaugh solving mysterious cases written by Phoef Sutton who also wrote episodes of Boston Legal.

In this outing, Joanna's past comes back to haunt her, and Claire has her mother's back all the way.

Wendie Malick on Darrow Mysteries, Strong Female Roles, and Her Love of Her
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‘All Rise’: Reggie Lee & Nadia Gray To Recur On CBS Drama

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‘All Rise’: Reggie Lee & Nadia Gray To Recur On CBS Drama
Exclusive: Grimm alum Reggie Lee and Nadia Gray (Bright) are set for recurring roles on CBS’ new legal drama series All Rise, from writer Greg Spottiswood, Warner Bros. TV and CBS TV Studios.

Written by Spottiswood, All Rise is a drama that follows the dedicated, chaotic, hopeful, and sometimes absurd lives of judges, prosecutors, and public defenders as they work with bailiffs, clerks and cops to get justice for the people of Los Angeles amidst a flawed legal system.

Lee plays Thomas Choi, the new Head Deputy District Attorney in the downtown courthouse and Dda Mark Callan’s (Bethel) new boss. Choi’s a company man who believes in pushing the crap through the system as promptly as possible in order to prioritize major crimes. But he’s not such a rigid rule follower that he won’t bend them a little from time to time.

Gray portrays Ria, a
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Aussie Bo: Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood’ notches his biggest opening

Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood.’

Quentin Tarantino’s ninth movie Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood posted the biggest debut of his career in Australia last weekend, emulating its Us success.

The 1969-set drama/thriller starring Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie and Damon Herriman opened 68 per cent bigger than his previous best effort Django Unchained in 2012.

The downside: The Sony Pictures release sucked a lot of air from the second weekends of Universal’s Palm Beach and Transmission Films’ Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan.

The top 20 titles raked in $14.4 million, 3 per cent up on the previous frame, according to Numero. Mind Blowing Films’ Bollywood film Mission Mangal and Magnum Films’ Hong Kong thriller Line Walker 2 had buoyant launches while Universal’s A Dog’s Journey opened with neither bark nor bite, mirroring its Us fate.

The lurid tale of a TV actor (DiCaprio) who wants
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