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Tawny Cypress, Jasmin Savoy Brown Join Showtime Pilot ‘Yellowjackets’

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Tawny Cypress, Jasmin Savoy Brown Join Showtime Pilot ‘Yellowjackets’
Both Tawny Cypress and Jasmin Savoy Brown have been cast in the Showtime drama pilot “Yellowjackets,” Variety has learned.

They join previously announced cast member Melanie Lynskey, whose casting was exclusively reported by Variety earlier in October.

The project tells the story of a team of talented high school girls soccer players who survive a plane crash deep in the Ontario wilderness. The series chronicles their descent from a complicated but thriving team to warring, cannibalistic clans, while also tracking the lives they’ve attempted to piece back together nearly 25 years later.

Cypress and Brown will play the adult and teen versions of Taissa repsectively. In her youth, Taissa was the star player on the Yellowjackets squad. Now, 25 years later, her political ambitions threaten to derail the survivors’ pact of secrecy.

Cypress’ past TV credits include shows such as “Heroes,” “The Blacklist” and “The Blacklist: Redemption,” “Supergirl,” “House of Cards,
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‘Yellowjackets’: Tawny Cypress & Jasmin Savoy Brown Join Showtime Drama Pilot

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‘Yellowjackets’: Tawny Cypress & Jasmin Savoy Brown Join Showtime Drama Pilot
Tawny Cypress (Unforgettable) and Jasmin Savoy Brown (The Leftovers) have been cast as series regulars in Showtime’s drama pilot Yellowjackets, from writers Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson (Narcos), Entertainment One and studio-based producer Drew Comins. The pilot, co-produced by eOne and Showtime, goes into production in Los Angeles this fall.

Written by Lyle and Nickerson, Yellowjackets is equal parts survival epic, horror story and coming-of-age drama and relates the narrative of a team of wildly talented high school girls soccer players who become the (un)lucky survivors of a plane crash deep in the Ontario wilderness. The series chronicles their descent from a complicated but thriving team to warring, cannibalistic clans, while also tracking the lives they’ve attempted to piece back together nearly 25 years later, proving that the past is never really past and what began out in the wilderness is far from over.

Cypress and Brown will
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Stumptown Is This Fall's Most Anticipated New Show — TVLine Poll

TVLine readers have spoken, and the new destination you’re most excited to visit this fall is Stumptown.

In our annual Fall TV Popularity poll (which closed voting on Sept. 15), the ABC freshman came out on top with 19 percent of the vote, followed by CBSEvil (13 percent) and, in a veritable three-way tie, The CW’s Nancy Drew and Batwoman, and Fox’s Prodigal Son.

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The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 22 Review: Robert Diaz

Well, holy hell. Can we just fast forward to The Blacklist Season 7 already?

There were plenty of surprises on The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 22, but none as shocking and surprising as the Katarina Rostova reveal.

After all of the events of The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 21, I was sure I had it all figured out.

Boy, was I wrong.

Even during this hour when Red was sitting with that friend of his at the beach, I was convinced that Red was Katarina and the man was the real Ilya.

The way they were talking about their childhood, and Red saying how much he loved this guy sold me on the Red is Katarina story.

Related: The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 19 Review: Rassvet

But wow. Just wow.

I was not prepared for that ending.

Katarina Rostova is alive and well and is definitely not disguised as Raymond Reddington.

And to be honest, I wasn't
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‘Bold And The Beautiful’ Got Bad News Today December 5,2018

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Happy Wednesday, "Bold And The Beautiful" fans. Unfortunately, we've got some pretty bad, but not terrible news for you guys today. It turns out that CBS decided not to air a new episode of the "Bold And The Beautiful" today in light of former President George H.W. Bush's funeral. CBS thought it would be a better idea to just cover the funeral right when the Bold And The Beautiful was supposed to air. Then they went right back to normal programming right when "Bold And The Beautiful" would've ended. They love putting "Bold And The Beautiful" on the back burner when any kind of special news report comes out. Anyways, we're guessing that they will air the December 5, 2018 episode tomorrow, December 6,2018. For those of you who missed our teaser report on that yesterday, CBS' teaser description for it reads like this: "Manipulating the situation, Pam distracts Quinn while Donna
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Famke Janssen Boards Scott Speer’s Drama ‘Endless’

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Famke Janssen Boards Scott Speer’s Drama ‘Endless’
Exclusive: X-Men and Taken franchise star Famke Janssen has joined Scott Speer’s Endless starring Alexandra Shipp and Nicholas Hamilton.

Endless, based on a draft by Rohit Kumar, follows madly in love 19-year-olds Chris (Hamilton) and Riley (Shipp) who are separated when a fatal accident leaves Chris stranded in limbo between life and death. In agony, Chris watches Riley grieve until they find a way to connect and share exhilarating, deeply emotional moments that transcend life and death. A story of love and loss, both Chris and Riley must ultimately accept the hardest lesson of all – letting go.

Janssen will play Chris’ single working-class mother. Production is currently underway in British Columbia. Janssen recently appeared on ABC’s How to Get Away with Murder in a recurring role and The Blacklist: Redemption. She most recently wrapped production on Primal opposite Nicolas Cage and The Poison Rose starring John Travolta and Morgan Freeman.
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Christopher Convery Joins Katie Holmes in the Cast of The Boy 2

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STXfilms and Lakeshore Entertainment recently revealed that Brahms will be back in The Boy 2, which will once again be directed by William Brent Bell from a screenplay by Stacey Menear, and following the announcement that the sequel will star Katie Holmes as the newest resident of Heelshire Mansion, it's now been revealed that Christopher Convery has joined the cast as Jude, the son of Holmes' character:

From the Press Release: Los Angeles, CA – STXfilms, a division of Stx Entertainment, and Lakeshore Entertainment announced today that their The Boy 2, introduced for the first time at the Afm, has been sold out for all of international. Highlights include Entertainment (UK & Ireland), Sun (Spain & LatAm), Lucky Red (Italy), The Searchers (Benelux), Koch (Germany & Austria), Mgn (Cis), Vertical (Eastern Europe) and Jbg (Australia & New Zealand).

The film is a follow-up to horror aficionado William Brent Bell’s box office hit The Boy
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Christopher Convery Joins Katie Holmes in The Boy 2

STXfilms, a division of Stx Entertainment, and Lakeshore Entertainment announced today that their The Boy 2, introduced for the first time at the Afm, has been sold out for all of international. Highlights include Entertainment (UK & Ireland), Sun (Spain & LatAm), Lucky Red (Italy), The Searchers (Benelux), Koch (Germany & Austria), Mgn (Cis), Vertical (Eastern Europe) and Jbg (Australia & New Zealand).

The film is a follow-up to horror aficionado William Brent Bell's box office hit The Boy (2016). Many of these distributors enjoyed the success of the first film and are returning to participate in this timely sequel.

Katie Holmes leads the cast as "Liza," with Christopher Convery to co-star as her son "Jude."

Written by Stacey Menear, who also penned its predecessor, The Boy 2 will be produced by Lakeshore's Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi and Eric Reid, in addition to Matt Berenson, Jim Wedaa and Roy Lee. Principal photography will begin in Victoria,
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‘The Boy 2’ Adds Christopher Convery To Cast After Strong Afm

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‘The Boy 2’ Adds Christopher Convery To Cast After Strong Afm
Exclusive: Christopher Convery, who recurred on Fox’s Batman prequel Gotham and is currently onscreen in Sony’s The Girl in the Spider’s Web, has been cast in The Boy 2, STXfilms’ follow-up to the 2016 horror pic. William Brent Bell returns as director and Stacey Menear the screenwriter for the sequel, which is now being toplined by Katie Holmes. Shooting is set to begin in January in Victoria, BC.

Convery will play Holmes’ son in the film, which centers on a young family that, unaware of the terrifying history of Heelshire Mansion, moves into the estate. Convery’s character Jude soon makes an unsettling new friend in an eerily life-like doll he calls Brahms. Lakeshore Entertainment’s Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi and Eric Reid are producing with Matt Berenson, Jim Wedaa and Roy Lee.

The casting comes after a strong American Film Market for the title from STXfilms, a division of Stx Entertainment,
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Emmys: Samira Wiley & Ryan Eggold To Announce Nominations

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Emmys: Samira Wiley & Ryan Eggold To Announce Nominations
And the Emmy nominations announcer jobs go to … Samira Wiley and Ryan Eggold. The Television Academy said today that The Handmaid’s Tale co-star and lead of the upcoming medical drama New Amsterdam will read the list of nominees for the 70th annual Primetime Emmy Awards on July 12.

Television Academy Chairman and CEO Hayma Washington will join Wiley and Eggold at the nominations ceremony, which will stream live on Emmys.com.

Wiley scored an Emmy nom of her own last year for her role as Moira, the longtime best friend of June (Elisabeth Moss) on Hulu’s Handmaid’s Tale — which scored an upset 2017 Emmy win for Outstanding Drama Series. Her credits also include Orange Is the New Black, You’re the Worst and Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes.

Eggold stars in NBC’s fall drama New Amsterdam as Bellevue hospital’s newest medical director, who sets out to tear up
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The Blacklist: Season Five Ratings

Even though The Blacklist TV show's ratings have dropped significantly each year, NBC still renewed it for a fifth season. Meanwhile, the spinoff -- The Blacklist: Redemption -- was cancelled after just one installment. At the end of this season, the original series should have well over 100 episodes in the can -- more than enough for an attractive syndication package. Is this the end of the road for the Concierge of Crime? Will The Blacklist be cancelled or renewed for season six? Stay tuned. An action thriller, The Blacklist stars James Spader, Megan Boone, Diego Kattenhoff, Ryan Eggold, Harry Lennix, Amir Arison, Mozhan Marnò, and Hisham Tawfiq. The NBC crime drama centers on one of the FBI's most wanted fugitives, Raymond "Red" Reddington (Spader). He offers to help the authorities, if rookie agent Elizabeth Keen (Boone) partners with him. In season five, Red is in
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The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 2 Trailer, Release Date, and More

Alec Bojalad Joseph Baxter Jan 4, 2019

The Blacklist season 6 has returned to NBC, and we've got the trailer and other information about the upcoming episodes.

As The Blacklist season 6 moves the show to a new Friday time slot, the story of Raymond Reddington (James Spader) and his continued deception of Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) begins to dig even deeper into the enigmatic "concierge of crime." Reddington has had his ups and downs over the past several seasons, but viewers should be prepared to see him at a new low as the sixth run begins.

Unfortunately, there’s a generalized rule of thumb in network television scheduling: Friday nights tend to be death slots (with CBS procedurals being the exception). Indeed, this is not exactly an auspicious move for former NBC breakout smash The Blacklist, especially after its dip in ratings and the network’s (atypical) delay for the show’s most recent season renewal.
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Ryan Eggold Drama "New Amsterdam" Scores Series Order at NBC

Ryan Eggold Drama
The 2018-19 TV season is officially underway: NBC has handed out a series order to the medical drama New Amsterdam, TVLine has learned.

New Amsterdam (formerly known as Bellevue) stars Ryan Eggold (The Blacklist) as Dr. Max Goodwin, the medical director of an aging and understaffed hospital — “the only one in the world capable of treating Ebola patients, prisoners from Rikers and the President of the United States under one roof,” according to the official description. Goodwin fights to keep bureaucracy from interfering with patient care and is determined to restore his hospital to its former glory.

The supporting cast
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NBC Picks Up Medical Drama ‘New Amsterdam’ To Series; What Does That Mean For ‘Chicago Med’?

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We have the first official pilot-to-series order this upfront season. NBC, the first network to present its fall schedule on May 14, has picked up its medical drama New Amsterdam (fka Bellevue), which comes from sister studio Universal TV.

NBC has yet to renew the bulk of its current drama series, including all four Dick Wolf shows. The youngest of them is medical drama Chicago Med, now in its third season. New Amsterdam’s pickup brings up questions whether it might take Chicago Med’s spot as NBC’s flagship medical drama, though the network has had multiple medical series at the same time before, including Chicago Med and The Night Shift, the latter of which never had a full-season September-May run.

Traditionally, the networks first pick up the new series they are considering for the fall schedule, so if New Amsterdam launches in the fall, Chicago Med could be a
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‘Guess Who Died’: Beth Lacke & Adrian Martinez Cast In NBC’s Comedy Pilot

Work It alum Beth Lacke is set as a female lead opposite Hector Elizondo and Holland Taylor, and Adrian Martinez (The Blacklist: Redemption) has been cast as a series regular in Guess Who Died, NBC's single-camera comedy from Norman Lear and Peter Tolan. Guess Who Died, from Sony Pictures TV, is based on Lear's personal experiences and described as a humorous and inspiring look at the shared joys and challenges we all experience at any stage of life. Set in the Las…
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From Script to Screen: How 'The Blacklist' Turned to a Fan Favorite to Ramp Up the Funny (Exclusive)

From Script to Screen: How 'The Blacklist' Turned to a Fan Favorite to Ramp Up the Funny (Exclusive)
The scenes you remember from your favorite television shows don’t often start out that way. From conception to the page to the small screen, changes are made for creative, budgetary and/or time constraints that you’re often not aware of. In the From Script to Screen series, we break down a pivotal scene from the current TV season with the people who put pen to paper, to give us an exclusive inside look at how an original idea transforms into a memorable TV moment.

Five seasons in, The Blacklist is leaning into the comedy.

In Wednesday’s episode, titled “Miss Rebecca Thrall,” NBC’s crime thriller returns to form with a traditional case of the week featuring a new blacklister for Raymond Reddington (James Spader), his criminal empire in ruins, to track down. Strapped for cash and resources, Red is forced to turn to the person he despises seeking help from the most: his go-to tracker
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Younger's Dan Amboyer Comes Out as Gay (and Gets Married!)

Younger's Dan Amboyer Comes Out as Gay (and Gets Married!)
Dan Amboyer has always kept his sexuality a private matter. But when the Younger actor got engaged to longtime boyfriend Eric P. Berger, he decided it was time to come out as gay.

“Being a young actor in the industry, I had a lot of people who strongly advised me to stay quiet,” Amboyer tells People. “That was hard to live with. But I’ve never played a gay role before and I didn’t want to be limited by some strange perception.”

So as he found Hollywood success, he kept quiet about his decade-long relationship with financial planner Eric P.
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The Blacklist Season 5: Ep Breaks Down That Premiere Ending and [Spoiler]'s 'Collision Course With Trouble'

The Blacklist Season 5: Ep Breaks Down That Premiere Ending and [Spoiler]'s 'Collision Course With Trouble'
The following Q&A contains major spoilers for The Blacklist‘s Season 5 premiere. Proceed with caution.

The Blacklist giveth, and The Blacklist taketh away.

In the span of just a few months, Tom Keen has gone from leading his own spinoff series to possibly taking a dirt nap courtesy of Raymond Reddington. (And that’s to say nothing of his significant mommy issues.)

Though Tom didn’t have much screen time in Wednesday’s Season 5 premiere, he did make a crucial appearance at the end of the episode, and it dealt a potentially devastating blow to fans of Liz Keen’s baby daddy.
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Exclusive: 'The Blacklist' Boss Says Season 5 Is a 'Breath of Fresh Air'

Exclusive: 'The Blacklist' Boss Says Season 5 Is a 'Breath of Fresh Air'
The Blacklist is leaning into the chaos.

NBC’s crime caper returns for its fifth season on Wednesday, and Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader) is starting anew -- sort of. With his resources depleted, Red begins the new season going with the flow, taking smaller jobs than usual and surprisingly enjoying what life throws his way. But he'll soon encounter a major problem: The suitcase containing skeletal remains, currently in Tom Keen's (Ryan Eggold) possession, is a secret Red doesn't want his daughter, Liz (Megan Boone), to be aware of.

“While season four was dramatically fun, it became awfully dark and that’s where the story needed to go. It felt like we had an opportunity coming out of that -- Red’s empire is decimated, he’s lost the closest people who were in his organization -- to re-imagine the landscape of the show, in terms of how much fun we have,” creator [link=nm
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Exclusive: Ryan Eggold Talks Directorial Debut and Bittersweet Ride on ‘The Blacklist: Redemption’

Exclusive: Ryan Eggold Talks Directorial Debut and Bittersweet Ride on ‘The Blacklist: Redemption’
While Ryan Eggold has made a name for himself as the charming star of The Blacklist and the short-lived spinoff, Redemption, the actor has recently been expanding his career behind the camera. The same week he returns to NBC’s spy thriller, he makes his feature directorial debut with Literally, Right Before Aaron.

Starring Justin Long and Cobie Smulders, Eggold’s new film tells the story of a heartbroken Adam (Long), who is invited to his ex-girlfriend Allison's (Smulders) wedding. Adam, as it turns out, is the man Allison dated “literally right before” her fiancé Aaron (Ryan Hansen). As a writer and director, it is his attempt at one of the classic romantic comedies by the likes of Woody Allen, Mike Nichols and Nora Ephron, who all are referenced in the movie. Nichols’ films, Eggold notes, are all about people dealing with people, which is at the core of his story as Adam and Allison navigate a tumultuous
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