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Ion Television Sets Holiday Lineup Headed By ‘Christmas Cupid’s Arrow’

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After setting company ratings records in 2017, Ion is decking the holiday halls for the 10th year in a row, setting a lineup of six original movies to air between November 25 and Christmas Day.

The half-dozen new titles, led off by Christmas Cupid’s Arrow, will join more than 25 library movies in a weekend rotation the network bills as “Bring the Holidays Home.” Last year’s holiday lineup, the company said, delivered Ion’s highest household ratings ever, averaging 887,000 viewers in primetime. The most popular title, A Prince for Christmas, posted a 1.2 million average.

“The holiday movie season has become a significant part of Ion Television’s programming strategy, and it continues to prove its value to both the network and our advertisers,” said Brandon Burgess, Chairman and CEO of Ion Media.

Ion is hardly the only TV programmer leaning into the holidays. A+E Networks’ Lifetime, Crown Media’s Hallmark Channel
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Kieran Culkin, Nick Offerman And Megan Mullally Headline Comedy ‘Infinity Baby’

Kieran Culkin, Nick Offerman And Megan Mullally Headline Comedy ‘Infinity Baby’
Kieran Culkin, Nick Offerman, and Megan Mullally are in negotiations to headline the new comedy Infinity Baby, which will be directed by Bob Byington. The project, which is set to start shooting Sunday in Austin, is being called a “lightly futuristic comedy about babies who don’t age.” Culkin plays a guy who works at Infinity Baby, a company tasked with farming out 3-month-olds. Co-starring in the film will be Jon Togo, Kevin Corrigan, Martin Starr, Noel Wells, Stephen…
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Seattle 2015: Exclusive Clip & Poster Debut For A Rising Tide

World premiering at the Seattle International Film Festival this weekend is Ben Hickernell's A Rising Tide. We have an exclusive clip and the poster debut for you in conjunction with the premiere. The film stars Hunter Parrish, Tim Daly, Ashley Hinshaw, Jonathan Togo, and Victor Slezak. An inspirational story of redemption, A Rising Tide tells the tale of a young chef, Sam Rama (Hunter Parrish). After the destruction of his family's well-established Atlantic City restaurant during Hurricane Sandy, Sam must grow up quickly, taking the biggest risks of his life, both in business and love. When Sam comes to the aid of a wealthy patron (Tim Daly) and then falls for the newly separated Sarah Bell (Ashley Hinshaw), a chain of unexpected events unfolds for...

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Jonathan Togo to Play Spy Games on Covert Affairs

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Jonathan Togo is headed to USA.

And maybe other parts of the globe as well.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the former CSI: Miami star will appear on multiple episodes of Covert Affairs Season 4, debuting this winter as Nelson Smith.

Look for the character to be an associate of Henry Wilcox and to cause problems for Annie when she tries to turn him.

Covert Affairs wraps up its first set of Season 4 episodes on September 17.

It will then go on hiatus and be paired with White Collar when it returns on October 17 with six more to conclude the season.
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TVLine Items: Bones Wedding's Special Guest, Dixie Doc Gets a Cousin, Covert Casting & More

TVLine Items: Bones Wedding's Special Guest, Dixie Doc Gets a Cousin, Covert Casting & More
Booth and Brennan may be getting married by someone very close to one of them.

Emily Deschanel’s real-life husband David Hornsby (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) will guest-star in the upcoming Bones wedding episode as a priest, E! Online reports.

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We’re no Jeffersonian geniuses, but we think we’ve figured out the mystery of who’s officiating the ceremony.

Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…

Zoe Hart’s cousin is Bluebell-bound. TVLine has learned exclusively that Paranormal Activity
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TV News: Seed, Open, Covert, Coven

Seed

The CW has picked up the Canadian sperm donor sitcom "Seed".

The network will screen the first season either as a midseason replacement, or as a summer addition to its schedule. [Source: THR]

Open

Michelle Monaghan ("Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, "Eagle Eye") will play the central female character Grace, a successful and recently engaged gynecologist, in Ryan Murphy's new HBO drama pilot "Open".

The series is described as a modern, provocative exploration of human sexuality and relationships. [Source: Deadline]

Covert Affairs

Former "CSI: Miami" star Jonathan Togo has joined the cast of the fourth season of the spy drama on USA.

Togo will play Nelson Smith, an associate of Henry Wilcox (Gregory Itzin). CIA operative Annie Walker (Piper Perabo) will attempt to turn the family man into an asset. [Source: The Live Feed]

American Horror Story: Coven

FX has released the latest trailer for the third season of "American Horror Story". After a series of enigmatic teasers,
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Somebody Up There Likes Me Movie Review

Somebody Up There Likes Me Movie Review
Title: Somebody Up There Likes Me Director: Bob Byington Starring: Keith Poulson, Nick Offerman, Jess Weixler, Kevin Corrigan, Kate Lyn Sheil, Stephanie Hunt, Marshall Bell, Jonathan Togo, Megan Mullally A delightfully deadpan relationship comedy that plays like a cross between something from Quentin Dupieux and Jared and Jerusha Hess, “Somebody Up There Likes Me” is an imaginative paean to world-weary nonchalance. Directed by Bob Byington, this subversive little treat flirts with absurdism but never tips over into hipster posturing in chronicling a bunch of domestic ennui and professional unhappiness that its characters pretty much seem to all shruggingly accept. After listless waiter Max Youngman (Keith Poulson, looking like a cousin [ Read More ]

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‘Somebody Up There Likes Me’, with Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally, gets its first trailer

Comedy duo and real-life couple Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally have been reliable presences in supporting roles for numerous years now, with Mullally gaining fame with her role as the boisterous Karen Walker in Will & Grace, and Offerman similarly finding mainstream success as the taciturn Ron Swanson in Parks & Recreation. The two have also appeared together in numerous movies, taking on a variety of roles, the latest of which is Somebody Up There Likes Me. Not to be confused with the 1956 Paul Newman classic, this feature is written and directed by Bob Byington, and co-stars Keith Poulson, Jonathan Togo, and Kevin Corrigan. The first trailer for the movie has now been released, and can be seen below.

(Source: First Showing)
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'Somebody Up There Likes' Nick Offerman's Movie Trailer

Ron Swanson's got nothing on Nick Offerman's newest dry-tongued sour puss, Sal.

In this trailer for Bob Byington's SXSW-selected "Somebody Up There Likes Me," the "Parks and Recreation" star trades in his uber-conservative mustached wit monster for a middle-aged barkeep with a dismal sense of self and a sick salt and pepper goatee.

Offerman co-leads the indie comedy alongside Keith Poulson as an existential food and beverage-slinger whose protege is clueless in matters of the heart. "The last five years I wake up and it's like something fast-forwarded beyond my control," he pouts.

As Poulson's Max enters a second unwise marriage, though, it's Sal whose got a front row seat to witness the carnage and offer up glib anecdotes like "You know how you're old? When you sneeze and lose a tooth." Heh, good one.

In director Byington's production notes, he claimed the film was written with the
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Watch: Nick Offerman in Indie 'Somebody Up There Likes Me' Trailer

"You know how you know when you're old?" Tribeca Films has debuted a trailer for an indie comedy called Somebody Up There Likes Me, written and directed by Bob Byington. I haven't heard of this film before, but it stars a few charming actors, including funnyman Nick Offerman in a fatherly role, as well as the lovely Jess Weixler (seen in Teeth, Alexander the Last, The Normals). This looks like a rather charming, funny, quirky indie romantic comedy of sorts, filled with all kinds of pretty faces. Keith Poulson is the young male lead, joined by Stephanie Hunt, Kate Lyn Sheil & Jonathan Togo. Take a look, have fun! Here's the official trailer for Bob Byington's Somebody Up There Likes Me, in high def from Apple: Nick Offerman (seen on "Parks & Rec", 21 Jump Street) stars in this smart, subversive comedy about a man, his best friend (Keith Poulson), and the
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AFI Film Fest: Cream of the Crop of 2012 in Simon Killer, After Lucia, In the Fog, A Hijacking and Clip Selected for Fest

The AFI Film Fest (11.01-11.08) have announced the line-ups for our favorite sections at the fest in the Young American selections and New Auteurs section and they’ve managed to stack up on titles that are amongst the year’s best and which in the case of two films were mysteriously passed over by the likes of Telluride, Tiff and Nyff. Michel Franco’s After Lucia (see pic above) and Antonio CamposSimon Killer will be making the Los Angeles premieres accompanied by the best title to come out of the Main Comp at this year’s Cannes edition in Sergei Loznitsa’s In the Fog. This trio will be joined by a trio of gems that recently premiered at Tiff in: Maja Miloš’ Clip, Gabriela Pichler’s Eat Sleep Die and Tobias Lindholm’s A Hijacking. In the Young American Selections we find some filmmakers (Sean Baker and Amy
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David Caruso's Crimes Against Acting Come to an End in the Final Season of "CSI: Miami"

“I been all over, that could have come from anywhere.” “Yeah, but it’s not a sardine. It’s a garra fish.”

Let’s montage! Yeah!

In CSI: Miami the CSIs are still I-ing CSs as usual. Lt. Horatio Caine (David Caruso) leads the team of incredibly skilled and relevantly-informed investigators. Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter), Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez), Walter Simmons (Omar Miller), Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo), and Natalia Boa Vista (Eva La Rue). They all drive H3s. They all wield guns and microscopes in their quest to figure things out and point guns at people. We’ve got ourselves a body. Make that two. Or even three. Don’t worry, the various perpetrators will be handcuffed and shakily photographed by the end. That is, unless somebody needs saving. I think it’s time for a…

Mon-tage!

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Exclusive Photos: "CSI: NY" Star Gets Personal New Tattoo In Israel

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"CSI: NY" star Aj Buckley just finished an emotional trip through Israel -- one that ended with him getting a brand new tattoo.Buckley, who plays Adam Ross on the CBS show, traveled to the country on a trip organized by Israel's Ministry of Tourism. We're told Buckley's father, who passed away in December, had always wanted to visit the country -- so Aj used the trip as an opportunity to spread his ashes throughout Israel. At the end of his tour, Buckley decided to get a tattoo (above) in Hebrew to honor his dad. The ink reads: "I lay my father to rest on the Rock of Calvary," which is in Jerusalem. Joining Aj on the trip were costar Carmine Giovinazzo, Carmine's wife Vanessa Marcil and "CSI: Miami" stars Omar Benson Miller and Jonathan Togo.See more photos from their trip below: Read more
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CSI: Miami

Network: CBS

Episodes: 232 (hour)

Seasons: 10

TV show dates: September 23, 2002 -- April 8, 2012

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: David Caruso, Emily Procter, Adam Rodriguez, Khandi Alexander, Rex Linn, Jonathan Togo, Eva La Rue, Boti Bliss, Sofia Milos, Rory Cochrane, Brendan Fehr, Brian Poth, and David Lee Smith.

TV show description:

A team of Miami-Dade Police Department forensic scientists investigate the circumstances behind unusual deaths and crimes.

Lieutenant Horatio Caine (David Caruso) leads the CSI team and is a forensic analyst and former bomb squad officer.

Past and present members of his team include ballistics specialist Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter), fingerprint and drug identification expert Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez), medical examiner Dr. Alexx Woods (Khandi Alexander), young officer Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo), Homicide Detective Frank Tripp
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CSI: Miami: Cancelled by CBS, No Season 11

After 10 seasons, it's time for David Caruso to turn in his sunglasses. CBS has cancelled CSI: Miami, the first show in the CSI franchise to end.

Starting in 2002, the TV series follows a South Florida team of forensic investigators who often use advanced scientific methods to solve crimes. The current cast includes Caruso, Adam Rodriguez, Emily Procter, Eva La Rue, Jonathan Togo, Omar Benson Miller, and Rex Linn.

The ratings for CSI: Miami have declined over the years. Season nine averaged a 2.1 in the coveted 18-49 demographic with 9.85 million total viewers. That was down from season eight by 13% in the demo (vs a 2.4 rating) and down by 5% in viewership (vs 10.39 million).

While the cop show's overall viewership is still impressive, advertisers want shows that cater to the demo audience and the network has
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SXSW '12 Review: 'Somebody Up There Likes Me' A Surprisingly Ambitious Deadpan Charmer

Bob Byington’s "Somebody Up There Likes Me" is about a guy who doesn’t grow up. In fact, he doesn’t even age over the film’s span of about three decades in his life. It may have something to do with a mysterious briefcase, the origins of which are only ever suggested by animated cloud interludes and the ethereal implications of the title itself. But that hardly matters, so long as Max (Keith Poulson) keeps bumbling through marriage, money and mortality.

Max is, at first, a disgruntled waiter at a generic steakhouse alongside best friend/only friend Sal (Nick Offerman). Over time, each man will have affections for new girl Lyla (Jess Weixler), but the freshly divorced Max gets there first – in fact, he impulsively proposes to the mealy-mouthed breadstick-muncher not long after they meet and she nonchalantly accepts.

Writer-director Byington then takes one of several five-year leaps forward into the narrative.
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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 9.22: "Mayday"

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Horatio (David Caruso) and Tripp (Rex Linn) escort the last of the escaped prisoners, Jack Toller (Callum Keith Rennie) back to Miami on a plane. Tripp threatens him with putting the medal he receives for catching him between his forehead, after being taunted by Toller for taking so long for them to find him. Toller is remembered for the gruesome way in which he cremated his Vics. Horatio finally notices the plane is off course and the pilot, Capt Winston (Bo Kane) tells him he had to do it. Horatio tells him they had priority to Miami. That's what you get for using a private plane and pilot, what happened to police pilots. An altercation ensues between the crewman (Austin Priester) on the plane and Tripp is hit in the head. Toller releases his cuffs from the seat and escapes. Horatio has to choose between shooting the crewman or Toller.
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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 9.21: "G.O."

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A man tries to hit on women in a bar and meets a waitress who tells him she'll get him a drink and turns to bump into a big man. He blames her and a fight ensues with Neil, (Josh Malina) who is an accountant. She sends him to the bathroom to clean up. Later Neil is found in one of the toilets with a Db and blood practically everywhere. By the time Horatio (David Caruso) and the team arrive, both Neil and the Db have disappeared. Leading Tripp (Rex Linn) to comment, "Either someone's lying or this guy's Houdini." All Horatio can say is "He'd have to be?" The waitress, Olivia (Moran Atias) tells Natalia (Eva La Rue) Neil was meeting his brother but he didn't show up. Anyone could see it was a set up from the start and that's what I said when watching it from the outset,
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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 9.20: "Paint It Black"

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Two girls in a hot pool talk and one of them thinks they're being watched. When she leaves to call campus security, the other is attacked and killed. She returns to find her friend, Corrinne (Jessica Heap) dead. She calls 911 and appears to have some sort of trouble recalling what happened, she touches her hair. When Horatio (David Caruso) arrives to question Monica (Kristina Apgar), she unties her hair and asks for a sweater. Horatio notices her bag is by the pool and tells her this when she needs a sweater. He suspects there's more going on. Corrinne's boyfriend, Jared (Beau Mirchoff) is considered a suspect and is arrested after a chase with Ryan (Jonathan Togo) and Delko (Adam Rodriguez). Jared claims to have been watching the two but he left and Corrinne was still alive the last time he saw her. Horatio adds if he's lying, and he killed her,
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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 9.19: "Caged"

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Tripp (Rex Linn) speaks to the media about escaped prisoner, Dante Kroll (Franky G) advising people to be vigilant and not to approach him, then tells Ryan (Jonathan Togo) to keep an eye on one of his associates, Mike Darrow (Ramses Jimenez). Thought he said to watch out for him, not chase after him. He's arrested and provides Ryan with the whereabouts of Dante. Of course, he's not at the location but Tripp notices his brand of cigarettes at the abandoned warehouse. What possessed Delko (Adam Rodriguez) to wear a bright orange, prison-issue shirt? Even though he wanted to stand out in a crowd, especially at the arena, he was an easy mark going into the warehouse dressed like that. A man is pulled over by a policeman and is dragged out of his car and beaten to death, before his bag is stolen. Natalia (Eva La Rue) questions a
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