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‘Mr. Robot’ Ups Michael Cristofer & Stephanie Corneliussen To Regulars; Adds Joey Bada$$ & Chris Conroy

Michael Cristofer (Ray Donovan) and Stephanie Corneliussen (Legends of Tomorrow) have been promoted to series regulars for the second season of USA Network’s Mr Robot. In addition, hip hop artist Joey Bada$$ and Chris Conroy (Members Only) will join the cast in recurring roles. Cristofer will reprise his role as the CEO of Evil Corp Phillip Price, the executive who maintains a strong disposition in the face of corporate backstabbing and scandal. Corneliussen returns as…
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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Adds Tomorrow Person Luke Mitchell as Inhuman

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Adds Tomorrow Person Luke Mitchell as Inhuman
The Tomorrow People‘s Luke Mitchell has (finally) teleported himself onto an equally groovy genre series — Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

RelatedPost Mortem: S.H.I.E.L.D. Bosses Talk Skye’s ‘Glorious’ Moment, [Spoiler]’s Death, Raina’s Fate and More

As first reported by Marvel.com, the Aussie actor is joining the ABC drama as Lincoln, a charismatic Inhuman who has an important role to play in Skye understanding the true extent of her transformation.

As seen in the midseason finale, Skye — upon delivering the obelisk to the underground city — was exposed to Terrigen Mist, triggering her aforementioned transformation.
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Dancing With the Stars Season 19 Finale Recap (Part 1): Who Deserves to Win?

With no more also-rans and for-your-amusement-only celebs left to bog down the proceedings, crunch time finally came to Dancing With the Stars – and just in the nick of time, too!

Yep, it’s time to break down Part 1 of the Season 19 finale — complete with one final, heartbreaking elimination.

Truth be told, you could’ve made a case for any of the fearless final four — Alfonso Ribeiro, Sadie Robertson, Janel Parrish, and Bethany Mota – cleaning off a mantelpiece in preparation for the coveted Mirrorball Trophy, and dreaming of the oh-so-familiar, confetti-littered celebration.

But first things first: Monday night’s live show
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Cristela Snags Full-Season Pickup

Cristela Snags Full-Season Pickup
ABC is going all the way with Cristela.

The network has picked up the promising rookie comedy’s “back-nine,” bringing the show’s Season 1 total to 22 episodes (Aka a full season).

Cristela, which stars comedienne Cristela Alonzo, has held its own on Friday night, where it has been retaining a solid portion of Last Man Standing‘s audience.

The sitcom joins Forever, How to Get Away With Murder and black-ish in ABC’s Fall 2014 Full-Season club.

Related storiesRatings: AMAs Slip, Football Pops, Mulaney Down, Madam Sec'y Eyes GainABC Cancels John Stamos-Led Members Only Drama Before PremiereHtgawm Post Mortem:
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Members Only: TV Show Plans Cancelled by ABC

Another TV show has been cancelled before it even premiered. ABC has pulled the plug on their new John Stamos series, Members Only.

Described as an upstairs/downstairs drama at a private country club, Members Only was to star Stamos and Betsy Brandt with Boris Kodjoe, Natalie Zea and Luke Mitchell co-starring.

The network gave the show a straight-to-series order last January with David O. Russell and Susannah Grant set to co-write and executive produce. Russell exited the project a month later.

ABC has numerous other hour dramas in the pipeline and has now decided to drop Members Only series. The cast was informed of the decision over the weekend.

What do you think? Were you looking forward to seeing this new show?

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"Members Only" Cancelled Before Airing

ABC has pulled the plug on its midseason drama series "Members Only" after ordering the project straight to series in January.

Set around a private Connecticut country club, ABC Studios and CBS TV Studios produced the project which was said to be a "Upstairs, Downstairs"-style look at the club's patrons. Susannah Grant wrote the pilot script and was executive producer.

Actors like John Stamos, Betsy Brandt and Boris Kodjoe starred in the R.J. Cutler-directed pilot which was shot in the spring. No further episodes had been lensed though and ABC had not set a premiere date.

Source: Variety
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ABC Cancels John Stamos-Led Members Only Drama Before Premiere

ABC has decided to deny admission to Members Only.

The drama, which was to star John Stamos, will not join the Alphabet Net’s midseason line-up as originally planned, per The Hollywood Reporter.

Created by Susannah Grant (Erin Brockovich), the series — conceived as an “upstairs/downstairs” look at the goings-on in a tony Connecticut country club — got a straight-to-series order in January.

Stamos was to play the billionaire husband of a character played by Natalie Zea (The Following). The cast also included Betsy Brandt (Breaking Bad), Boris Kodjoe (Undercovers), Luke Mitchell (The Tomorrow People) and Michael Landes (Save Me).

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John Stamos Members Only Canned

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We can now see why John Stamos has decided to attach himself to so many shows. ABC has cancelled his series called Members Only. The drama was set to premier in January covering the lives of a country club members. He was set to be the star of the show that seemed to hold a lot of promise. Oscar nominated David O. Russell was attached until this past February, but that did not prevent the series from going further in their pre-production. No word on why they decided to drop the series now, but it has been confirmed that ABC shut the door on it.

We are sad for John, but we are glad that he did allow himself to join more than a few shows. Hopefully one of them will air so we can enjoy seeing him on the small screen again. It would also give him a chance
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John Stamos Lands New Series

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John Stamos is returning to the small screen on ABC. He was just announced as a new cast member in Members Only. The mid-season replacement will follow the lives of country club members in Connecticut. His character will be edge-fund billionaire husband who is married to Natalie Zea’s Mickey. The show will likely premier in 2015 and will have a total of 12 episodes planned so far. John will also be working on other shows and perhaps even a em>Full House reboot.

John is still considered as one of the more sexy actors and fans love out there. Thus this is great news to see that he can still land amazing roles. It will certainly be interesting to see how his character will be. However, I am wondering if they will make him play the less desired kind of guy than we are used to? The description for his character is certainly is odd.
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John Stamos Lands Lead on ABC's Members Only Country Club Drama

John Stamos Lands Lead on ABC's Members Only Country Club Drama
John Stamos‘ schedule just got a little busier, as he’s landed a leading role on ABC’s midseason drama Members Only.

Created by Susannah Grant (Erin Brockovich), the series offers an “upstairs/downstairs” look at life in an exclusive Connecticut country club. Per our sister site Deadline, Stamos will play the hedge-fund billionaire husband of Natalie Zea’s Mickey, whose marriage has bought him membership at the club. (Editor’s note: That is one seriously good-looking couple.)

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The 12-episode season also stars Betsy Brandt (Breaking Bad), Boris Kodjoe
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John Stamos gets an invite to ABC's 'Members Only'

John Stamos gets an invite to ABC's 'Members Only'
John Stamos is joining a country club. The Full House actor will star in ABC’s midseason drama Members Only, EW confirmed. The show, formerly titled The Club, has been described as an “upstairs/downstairs” look at a tony Connecticut country club. Stamos will play Randy, a “fast-talking” hedge fund billionaire who only receives membership to the club thanks to his wife Mickey, played by Natalie Zea. Deadline first reported the news. Stamos is also reportedly working on a potential Full House revival, and, per Deadline, a comedy series with The Neighbors creator Dan Fogelman.

Susannah Grant, who wrote Erin Brokovich,
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‘Lost’ Alum Zuleikha Robinson Joins ‘The Following’ as Series Regular

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‘Lost’ Alum Zuleikha Robinson Joins ‘The Following’ as Series Regular
True love is coming Ryan Hardy's (Kevin Bacon) way when Fox's “The Following” returns for Season 3. Zuleikha Robinson boards the bloody drama as Ryan's new girlfriend and a series regular, a show representative told TheWrap. The cast and producers discussed Robinson's role at San Diego Comic-Con. Also read: ‘The Following's’ Natalie Zea to Star on ABC's ‘Members Only’ “He will truly be in a better place in his life,” Bacon said. “He's open to real and lasting relationships. We jump ahead again and we see a man who's a little more at peace.” Robinson plays Ryan's new love Gwen,
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‘The Following's’ Natalie Zea to Star on ABC's ‘Members Only’

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Natalie Zea will play a lead on ABC's straight-to-series drama, “Members Only,” a studio representative told TheWrap. “Members Only” follows the activities of an elite Connecticut country club's members and staff. Zea will play the highly educated, well-bred and most mentally stable member of the club's founding family. She joins already announced cast members Chris Conroy, Michael Landes, Betsy Brandt, Callie Hernandez, Boris Kodjoe and Jaime Lee Kirchner. Also read: ABC's ‘Nashville’ Plans Two Live Performances During Season 3 Premiere Represented by UTA, manager Robert Semon and attorney James Feldman, Zea just came off a recurring role on Fox's “The Following.
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Justified's Natalie Zea to Lord Over ABC's Members Only Club

Justified's Natalie Zea to Lord Over ABC's Members Only Club
The ever-busy Natalie Zea next will (again) call ABC home, with a lead role on Members Only.

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Created by Susannah Grant (Erin Brockovich, A Gifted Man) and ordered straight to series back in January, the midseason drama offers an “upstairs/downstairs” look at the goings-on at an exclusive Connecticut country club. So, a sudsier Caddyshack.

Per our sister site Deadline, Zea will play Mickey, the well-educated and most together member of the club’s founding family. So, a smarter Lacy Underall.

Related Downton Abbey’s Hugh Bonneville Joins ABC’s Midseason
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Aff Adds Panelists to 2014 Conference

The Austin Film Festival just sent me their latest email newsletter with a list of new panelists for the 2014 conference, and I thought I'd share it with you. And yes, there's a local filmmaker in the list. I should not even have to tell you which one, since we've written about her movies enough that you can figure it out.

Here's the list:

Vera Blasi (Emperor)Kat Candler (Hellion)Stephen Falk (Orange is the New Black)Susannah Grant (Members Only, Erin Brockovich)Marti Noxon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver (Rise of the Planet of the Apes)

You can read a complete list of 2014 panelists on the Aff website. Austin Film Festival runs from October 23-30 this year.

Also, don't forget that the next film in Aff's "1968" series is Rosemary's Baby, which screens next Tuesday, July 29 at 7 pm at the Texas Spirit Theater in the Texas State
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ABC’s Members Only Casts Tomorrow People’s Luke Mitchell

A couple days ago we reported that The Tomorrow People‘s Robbie Amell had found a new home on the CW’s high anticipated fall series, The Flash, and now another former Tomorrow People star has also moved on – even if fans have not. Luke Mitchell, who played John Young on the short-lived CW supernatural drama, has just been cast in ABC’s mid-season drama series, Members Only.

The new show, formerly titled The Club, will center around a private country club. Mitchell will play Jesse, a character from the wrong side of the tracks who was recently employed at the club and although he’ll appears to be a little rough around the edges, he actually has his life together.

Along with Mitchell, Members Only stars Betsy Brandt (Breaking Bad), Boris Kodjoe (Undercovers), Callie Hernandez (From Dusk Till Dawn), Chris Conroy, and newly cast Jaime Lee Kirchner (Mercy). Kirchner
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TV: ‘Tomorow People’ Alum Luke Mitchell Joins ABC’s ‘Members Only’

Robbie Amell is staying with The CW, but his fellow “The Tomorrow People” alum is jumping networks. THR reports Luke Mitchell has booked a role on ABC’s soapy drama “Members Only” (previously “The Club”). “Mercy” star Jaime Lee Kirchner has also joined the cast that also includes Betsy Brandt, Boris Kodjoe, Callie Hernandez and Chris Conroy. The drama is an upstairs-downstairs soap set at a private country club. Mitchell will play the role of Jesse, a new employee from the wrong side of the tracks, who may have ulterior motives. Mitchell played John, one of the leads of The CW’s [...]

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ABC Shakeup: Cancels 'Trophy Wife,' Renews 'Marvel's Agents of Shield,' Adds 'Marvel's Agent Carter' And More

ABC has released more of their new line-up, which includes second seasons for Marvel’s Agents of Shield and a first year pick up for How To Get Away With Murder starring Viola Davis.

ABC's New Pick Ups

ABC announced this week that it would be adding nine new shows to their line-up, including Felicity Huffman’s return to television and another Marvel spinoff.

Marvel’s Agent Carter is a spinoff of Captain America: The First Avenger and will star Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter. The show will pick up in 1946, after the Captain’s death in the first Captain America film, and Agent Carter returns home to a sexist military and life as a double agent. After her dealings with Howard Stark in Captain America: The First Avenger, Agent Carter works as a spy for the Ssr (Strategic Scientific Reserve) for Mr. Stark, aka Iron Man’s father. Whether
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TV Casting News: Boris Kodjoe, Toks Olagundoye and Mike Epps Book Supporting Roles

Just after the announcement that Boris Kodjoe will join season three of CBS crime drama Unforgettable, we've now learned that the Real Husbands of Hollywood star has been added to the cast of ABC drama The Club.  Written and executive produced by Susannah Grant (Erin Brockovich, The Soloist), the show will center on the different classes that inhabit a private country club.  Kodjoe will co-star as Deacon Harris, an NFL Hall of Famer and new member of the club.  Toks Olagundoye (The Neighbors) has joined the cast of NBC pilot Feed Me.  Starring Mary Louise Parker, the comedy focuses on a dysfunctional family that co-owns and operates a...
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Boris Kodjoe Joins ABC’s ‘The Club’; Yvette Monreal In El Rey’s ‘Matador’

Boris Kodjoe (The Real Husbands Of Hollywood) is set as a series regular in The Club, (formerly known as untitled Susannah Grant), ABC‘s 13-episode upstairs/downstairs drama set at a private country club from CBS TV Studios and ABC Studios. Kodjoe will play Deacon, a Hall of Fame pro football player who moved his family back East and is trying his hand at real estate. Infuriated by the bureaucracy, and ultimately realizing that knowing the right people will make things easier, he joins the Club. He’s repped by Gersh, Untitled, and Bloom, Hergot, Diemer, Rosenthal, Laviolette, Feldman, Schenkman and Goodman. Related: 2014 ABC Pilots Yvette Monreal (Harpies) is cast as recurring in the upcoming action drama series Matador, for Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Network, created by Bob Orci and Alex Kurtzman. Matador chronicles the unlikely rise of Antonio “Matador” Bravo (Gabriel Luna), a popular soccer star who in
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