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‘Stumptown’: Yes, a Network Procedural Is One of the Best New Shows on TV

  • Indiewire
One of the biggest surprises of the 2019-2020 television season is ABC’s “Stumptown.” The Cobie Smulders-led P.I. drama is somehow — and also quite easily — one of the best new shows of the season; the only series that’s really even challenged it for that position is HBO’s unbeatable “Watchmen.”

The reason this is such a surprise is that “Stumptown” is also a network television procedural, which automatically makes its quality up for debate even more than it would if it were a cable show. For good reason, network television is seen as the land of homogeny, where the same types of stories are told again and again, a point which also lends itself to the procedural genre.

But “Stumptown” is a genuine small screen miracle. It isn’t marred by either trying (and often failing) to be like “Lost” or telling the millionth cop or lawyer or doctor or firefighter story.
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Did You Predict P.D. Exit Story? Where Do Supergirl's Clothes Go? Is This Is Us Not Quite '90s Enough? And More Qs!

Did You Predict P.D. Exit Story? Where Do Supergirl's Clothes Go? Is This Is Us Not Quite '90s Enough? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Supergirl, Chicago P.D., Stumptown and Young Sheldon!

1 | Safe to say that when Hawaii Five-0‘s Danny visits home in New Jersey, he goes to the same barber as Blue Bloods‘ Danny?

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2 | How odd was it that Blue Bloods‘ Da character was missing from the Da-centric “Naughty List” storyline?
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Stumptown Season 1 Episode 3 Review: Rip City Dicks

Hell hath no fury like a Dex Parois scorned. 

Manipulation was the name of the game on Stumptown Season 1 Episode 3. 

Everywhere you turned, someone was trying to manipulate someone else, with varying degrees of success. Who was successful and who needs to go back to the drawing board? 

Read on through our review to find out!

Dex has met her match in Artie Banks. 

No two people could be more perfectly matched for a mentor/mentee relationship than these two. It is like the TV gods handcrafted the most iconic cynical duo they could think of and delivered them in the form of Dex and Artie. 

If you thought that Dex was the ruler of all things snark, then you haven't seen anything yet. Artie is the king of the snarky one-liners. 

Donal Logue is an absolute gem in this role.

Something so great about him as an actor is
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Wim Wenders in America: “Hammett” and “The Million Dollar Hotel”

  • MUBI
Mubi's double feature Wim Wenders in America is showing in September and October 2019, in the United States.Hammett“You like stories, don’t you?” Peter Boyle’s Jimmy Ryan knows how much Samuel Dashiell Hammett appreciates a good yarn, and as played by Frederic Forrest in Wim Wenders’ Hammett (1982), the German director’s first American feature, this renowned writer is about to get mixed up in a doozy. The scene is 1928 San Francisco. Ryan, who has been providing fodder for Hammett’s fictional material, appears in the flesh, swiftly entangling his former associate in a mysterious criminal scheme involving a Chinese prostitute named Crystal Ling (Lydia Lei). The film subsequently unfolds in a knowingly multifaceted fusion of perspectives, with the reality of the crime on one level, seen through the eyes of Hammett, the writer and ex-Pinkerton detective, on another, and the entire collusion realized in Wenders’ self-consciously stylized interpretation.
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Gotham Cast Will Come Back For A Reunion On One Condition

Considering how Gotham concluded its five-season run this past spring, I’m not sure if I’m ready to think about any sort of primetime rival just yet. On the other hand, I’m totally down for DC continuing it as a comic book series just as they once did with Smallville, but that’s a discussion we’ve already had at length.

Regardless, nothing can stop diehard fans from wanting more or dreaming of what the future might bring. In fact, when the cast reunited for a panel conducted at DragonCon in Atlanta, they were asked about the possibility of a revival down the line.

Here’s what Harvey Bullock himself, Donal Logue, had to say when confronted with that question:

“I think if the other people were involved, we’d absolutely be down to do it together. It would just get funky if it was [without them]. We were really
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Gotham Stars Haven’t Been Approached For Any Dceu Roles Yet

Gotham recently wrapped up its fifth and final season with a time jump and the reveal of Batman, albeit briefly. Although the series itself varied in quality, it was never afraid to gamble on more adventurous storylines and challenge its strong leading cast with multiple roles. However, it seems unlikely that we’ll be seeing more of the Gotham cast in future incarnations of the Dark Knight, at least according to recent interviews at Dragon Con in Atlanta.

A number of the stars discussed their time on Gotham and future plans while at the convention, including David Mazouz (Bruce Wayne), Sean Pertwee (Alfred Pennyworth), Robin Lord Taylor (Oswald Cobblepot), Maggie Geha (Ivy Pepper) and Donal Logue (Harvey Bullock). Logue was particularly keen to point out the need to keep their universes separate from other takes on Batman, commenting as so on being approached by Warner Bros. or DC to appear
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Marvel Is Making Blade Because of Mahershala Ali Says Kevin Feige

Last night, Marvel ended their epic Comic-Con panel with the announcement that Moonlight and True Detective season 3 star Mahershala Ali will be our new Eric Brooks in an all-new Blade movie. And now we have word from Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige on jut how Ali was cast as the Daywalker. It turns out Ali called up Marvel after winning Best Actor for his role in Green Book, and straight-up told the powers that be that he wanted to play Blade. Plain and simple. Feige says this.

"When Marhershala calls, you answer."

About this exciting news that arrived from Comic-Con last night? Works for me. Mahershala Ali looks like a perfect person to take over the role of Eric Brook Aka Blade to this here movie fan. After all, as mentioned above, Ali recently won an Oscar for Best Actor for his role opposite Viggo Mortensen in Peter Farrelly's Green Book.
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Meredith Hagner Joins Anna Kendrick & Donal Logue In Quibi Comedy ‘Dummy’

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Meredith Hagner Joins Anna Kendrick & Donal Logue In Quibi Comedy ‘Dummy’
Exclusive: Search Party‘s Meredith Hagner has been cast opposite Anna Kendrick and Donal Logue in Dummy, a comedy for Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman’s short-form video platform Quibi from Deadbeat co-creator Cody Heller and independent studio wiip.

Created by Heller, Dummy is a buddy comedy that follows Cody, an aspiring writer (Kendrick) and her boyfriend’s (Logue) sex doll, Barbara (Hagner). It will be a serialized movie-length story told in chapters of under 10 minutes in length.

Hagner’s Barbara is an inanimate sex doll. Only able to be heard by Cody (Kendrick), Barbara (a self-proclaimed “feminist”) is a spoiled, jealous, and manipulative valley girl who will do whatever it takes to get her way. After she is discarded by her original owner, she convinces Cody to take her home so that she can be the inspiration to help cure Cody’s writers block.

Hagner stars as Portia on Search Party,
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Donal Logue & Kate Walsh To Star In Indie ‘Sometime Other Than Now’

  • Deadline
Donal Logue & Kate Walsh To Star In Indie ‘Sometime Other Than Now’
Exclusive: Donal Logue and Kate Walsh have been set to star in Sometime Other Than Now, an indie drama written and being directed by Dylan McCormick. Shooting is underway in East New York on the pic being produced by Monolith PicturesMichael Goodin, Riverbend Pictures’ Stan Erdreich and Small Victories Productions’ Jackie Filer.

The plot revolves around Logue’s Sam, who after his motorcycle is damaged in an apparent crash into the ocean becomes stranded in a small New England town, where he finds refuge at a run-down motel looked after by Kate (Walsh), a similarly burnt-out, lost soul. The mystery around Sam’s presence in town unravels when it’s discovered his estranged daughter, Audrey (Trieste Dunn), lives there, and he hasn’t seen her in 25 years.

As he tries to bridge the gap between the little girl he left long ago and the woman who grew up without her father,
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"Gotham" - The Final Episode

Take a look at the latest incarnation of DC Comics' 'Caped Crusader' and 'Catwoman' from the Season 5 finale episode of the vicious 'Batman' - prequel TV series "Gotham" that aired April 25, 2019 on Fox:

Cast includes Ben McKenzie as 'Detective James Gordon', Donal Logue as 'Harvey Bullock', David Mazouz as 'Bruce Wayne...

...Camren Bicondova as 'Selina Kyle'/'Catwoman', Morena Baccarin as 'Leslie Thompkins', Sean Pertwee as 'Alfred', Robin Lord Taylor as 'The Penguin'...

...Erin Richards as 'Barbara Kean', Cory Michael Smith as 'Edward Nygma'/'the Riddler', Jessica Lucas as 'Tabitha Galavan'...

...Chris Chalk as 'Lucius Fox', Drew Powell as 'Butch Gilzean'/'Solomon Grundy', Alexander Siddig as 'Ra's Ah Ghul and Crystal Reed as 'Sofia Falcone'.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Gotham" The Final Episode...

"Batman" Comic Books
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Donal Logue Joins Anna Kendrick In Quibi Comedy ‘Dummy’ From Cody Heller & Wiip

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Donal Logue Joins Anna Kendrick In Quibi Comedy ‘Dummy’ From Cody Heller & Wiip
Exclusive: Coming off his starring role in Gotham, Donal Logue has been tapped as the male lead opposite Anna Kendrick in Dummy, a comedy for Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman’s short-form video platform Quibi from Deadbeat co-creator Cody Heller and independent studio wiip.

Created by Heller, Dummy is a buddy comedy that follows an aspiring writer (Kendrick) and her boyfriend’s (Logue) sex doll. It will be a serialized movie-length story told in chapters of under 10 minutes in length.

Kendrick, Heller and Tricia Brock executive produce. Brock also directs.

Donal most recently starred as Harvey Bullock in Warner Bros. TV-produced Gotham, which ran for five seasons on Fox. He’s also known for his work on Sons of Anarchy, Vikings, Copper and the cult series Terriers. Logue is repped by UTA, Kipperman Management and Shep Rosenman.

Quibi has been building an inaugural slate of programming featuring A-list talent in front and behind the camera,
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Gotham

Network: Fox

Episodes: 100 (hour)

Seasons: Five

TV show dates: September 21, 2014 -- April 25, 2019

Series status: Ended

Performers include: Ben McKenzie, Erin Richards, Donal Logue, David Mazouz, Jada Pinkett Smith, John Doman, Camren Bicondova, Robin Lord Taylor, Cory Michael Smith, Zabryna Guevara, Victoria Cartagena, Andrew Stewart Jones, and Sean Pertwee.

TV show description:      

Based on characters from the Batman comic books, this dark crime drama tells the early stories of iconic characters, before they became legendary crimefighters, villains. and vigilantes.

Growing up in Gotham City's surrounding suburbs, James Gordon (Ben McKenzie) romanticized the city as a glamorous and exciting metropolis where his late father once served as a successful district attorney. He's two weeks into his new job as a Gotham City detective and he's engaged to his beloved fiancée, Barbara Kean
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Gotham Series Finale Finally Gives Us Batman

Gotham Series Finale Finally Gives Us Batman
Nanananananana Batman!  After seasons and seasons of waiting, Batman has officially arrived on Gotham, bringing an end to the lengthy origin story of the caped crusader and all his best villains pals. The series finale picked up 10 years after Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) left Gotham, right before he was reportedly about to return, and right before one Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) was about to be released from prison.  As Oswald got out and put together his soon-to-be iconic Penquin ensemble, Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) was investigating some mysterious figure flapping around the city and also trying to clear Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue) from being framed for murder, and then he had to save his...
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‘Gotham’ EPs On Tonight’s “Bittersweet” Series Finale, Potential Of More Batman & Their Pride In The Show

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‘Gotham’ EPs On Tonight’s “Bittersweet” Series Finale, Potential Of More Batman & Their Pride In The Show
Spoiler Alert: This story contains details of tonight’s Gotham series finale.

“I just think the DC Universe is so incredibly deep and vivid, and I’m a big fan of it all,” says Gotham executive producer Danny Cannon of the world that spawned the inspiration for the Fox series that came to a Dark Knight conclusion tonight. “I don’t think there’s any limitations for what DC can do right now. I really don’t.”

In that vein, “The Beginning …” episode penned by showrunner John Stephens on Thursday brought the Bruno Heller-developed Batman backstory show to its logical end with a 10-year time jump from last week and bumping right up against the canon of the Caped Crusader.

Bruce Wayne is back in town, a collection of villains have broken out of the dreaded Arkham Asylum including a certain killer clown and Detective Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue
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‘Gotham’ Series Finale: Oswald Gets Out of Prison and Penguin-Suits Up (Exclusive Video)

  • The Wrap
The bird has been sprung from his cage, and just in time to see how it all ends.

In TheWrap’s exclusive clip from Thursday’s series finale of “Gotham,” Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) has been released from prison and is walking out of his jail cell to a slew of Gotham’s press, dressed in all the penguin-suit glory fans of Fox’s Batman prequel series have been waiting for.

When he’s asked by a journalist about the first thing he’ll do now that he’s a free man, he responds: “I will lay flowers on the grave of my beloved mother.”

However, when the topic of Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) — and how Gordon put him in prison — comes up, Cobblepot says this: “The best revenge against Jim Gordon will be a life spent serving the city I love.”

Also Read: 'Gotham': Riddler and
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"Gotham" - The Finale

Take a look at more new footage, plus images from the finale of the 'Batman' - prequel TV series "Gotham" airing April 25, 2019 on Fox:

Cast includes Ben McKenzie as 'Detective James Gordon', Donal Logue as 'Harvey Bullock', David Mazouz as 'Bruce Wayne, Camren Bicondova as 'Selina Kyle'/'Catwoman', Morena Baccarin as 'Leslie Thompkins', Sean Pertwee as 'Alfred', Robin Lord Taylor as 'The Penguin'...

...Erin Richards as 'Barbara Kean', Cory Michael Smith as 'Edward Nygma'/'the Riddler', Jessica Lucas as 'Tabitha Galavan', Chris Chalk as 'Lucius Fox', Drew Powell as 'Butch Gilzean'/'Solomon Grundy', Alexander Siddig as 'Ra's Ah Ghul and Crystal Reed as 'Sofia Falcone'.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Gotham: The Final Episodes"

"Batman" Comic Books
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Gotham: Why Camren Bicondova Was Replaced as Catwoman for the Last Episode (Video)

Catwoman's going to look a little different in the series finale of Gotham. Star Camren Bicondova recently explained why her role has been recast on the Fox TV show, io9 reports.

Bicondova has played Catwoman (aka Selina Kyle) on the Batman prequel series since season one. The cast also includes Ben McKenzie, Donal Logue, Robin Lord Taylor, Cory Michael Smith, David Mazouz, Sean Pertwee, Erin Richards, and Chris Chalk.

Read More…
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‘Gotham': Riddler and Penguin Get Comics-Accurate Upgrades on Series Finale (Video)

  • The Wrap
Some of Batman’s most legendary villains look a bit more comics appropriate in the latest trailer for the series finale of Fox’s “Gotham.”

The three-minute long video shows off an older Catwoman, Penguin and The Riddler looking as if they were pulled right off the comic book pages, Commissioner Gordon’s trademark mustache, and of course, a few more shots of The Batman.

Watch the video above.

Also Read: 'Gotham' Series-Finale Teaser Finally Gives Us the First Look at The Joker (Video)

Read Fox’s description for the “Gotham” series finale, which airs Thursday:

The series flash-forwards 10 years into the future, as Bruce is set to return to Gotham for the opening of the new Wayne Tower. A series of crimes leads Gordon to believe Penguin and The Riddler are up to their old tricks. However, when Bullock is framed for a murder, Gordon begins to
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‘Gotham’ Trailer: Batman Begins As Fox’s Prequel Series Ends This Thursday

  • Deadline
The Fox series Gotham concludes this Thursday night (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt) with “The Beginning…,” the show’s 100th episode and the long-awaited arrival of the city’s caped crusader in all of his costumed glory. Fox just released a densely packed trailer for that series finale and it promises a major confluence of the city’s nut-job villains — and also offers a few glimpses of the masked manhunter who will become the living symbol of the dark and haunted city he protects.

The prequel series has starred Ben McKenzie as Detective James Gordon, Sean Pertwee as Alfred Pennyworth, and David Mazouz as young Bruce Wayne int he years after his parents were murdered in a street robbery. With the final episode, the actions flashes-forward a decade as Wayne makes his big return to Gotham after years abroad training his mind and body for the challenges ahead. The
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Gotham Series Finale Promo: Batman Suits Up!

It's finally here!

Gotham Season 5 Episode 12, titled "The Beginning..." marks the series finale of this popular Fox drama.

As such, Fox has dropped the official trailer for what is sure to be a wild conclusion.

What can we expect from the episode?

"The series flash-forwards 10 years into the future, as Bruce is set to return to Gotham for the opening of the new Wayne Tower," according to the official description.

Related: Gotham Season 5 Episode 11 Review: They Did What?

"A series of crimes leads Gordon to believe Penguin and The Riddler are up to their old tricks."

"However, when Bullock is framed for a murder, Gordon begins to piece together an even more sinister plot targeting the city, and a new figure emerges from the shadows to be the hero Gotham desperately needs in the all-new ‘The Beginning…’ series finale episode of Gotham."

Sounds intriguing, right?

It certainly sounds like the plot of a movie,
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