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"Veep" Star Matt Walsh to Lead ABC Comedy Pilot "Happy Accident"

Matt Walsh has been tapped for a lead role in the upcoming ABC single-camera comedy pilot “Happy Accident.”

In the series, two Pittsburgh families – a father (Walsh) with three adult daughters, and a hotel lounge singer with her med student son – are forced together after a decades-old secret is revealed.

Walsh currently stars in the acclaimed HBO comedy “Veep,” which will launch its final season this year. His other notable roles include appearances in comedies like “The Hangover,” “Ted,” “Role Models,” and the “Ghostbusters” reboot. He is also known for being a founding member of the Upright Citizens Brigade along with Matt Besser,
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"The Last O.G.": Season Two; TBS Sets Return for Tracy Morgan and Tiffany Haddish Series

"A second chance is a beautiful thing." TBS just announced the season two premiere date for The Last O.G.

The comedy stars Tracy Morgan as Tray, who returns to his hometown of Brooklyn after 15 years in prison. The cast also includes Tiffany Haddish, Cedric the Entertainer, Allen Maldonado, Ryan Gaul, Taylor Mosby, Dante Hoagland, and Joel Marsh Garland.

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Netflix confirms "Grace and Frankie" will return for a sixth season in 2020

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Netflix might be hiking its prices, but you can’t say it’s not bringing the goods. Just a few days before the premiere of Grace and Frankie’s fifth outing, the streamer has revealed that Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin will return for a sixth season of cathartic cussing in 2020. That must bode well for the upcoming season,…
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Drg Boards Sales on Scandi Sci-Fi Mystery Series ‘The White Wall’

Scandinavian sci-fi series “The White Wall” is coming to the international market, starting at Natpe, after Drg picked up international rights to the upcoming project. Finland’s Fire Monkey and Nice Drama, part of the Nordic Entertainment Group, are making “The White Wall” for Swedish pubcaster Svt and its Finnish counterpart, Yle.

It will feature a roster of well-known Scandi talent, including Aksel Hennie (“Headhunters”), Vera Vitali (“Arne Dahl”), Ardalan Esmaili (“Greyzone”), and Eva Melander (“The Bridge”). It was created by Aleksi Salmenperä (“A Man’s Job”), Mikko Pöllä (“Easy Living”), and Roope Lehtinen (“Black Widows”).

The series follows events
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USA's Temptation Island: Grade It!

Pack up your swimsuits and pre-write your apology letters: Yep, we’re heading back to Temptation Island. The infamous Fox reality show, which took couples unsure about the future of their relationships and put them on an island filled with dozens of sexy singles, is back for an all-new season on USA Network — and look, original host Mark L. Wahlberg is back, too! (Hey, if Chris Harrison can host The Bachelor for nearly two decades, why can’t he?)

Based on Wednesday’s premiere, this Island will faithfully follow the established Fox format, with four couples going on a “journey
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Roswell, New Mexico Premiere: Grade It!

Aliens officially became the new vampires on Tuesday with the premiere of Roswell, New Mexico, The CW’s timely adaptation of Melinda Metz’s books about smoldering extraterrestrials and the humans who love them.

The (sort of) reboot’s first episode introduced viewers to Liz Ortecho, who reluctantly returned to her hometown when the government cut federal funding to her latest research project. (“Someone needs money for a wall,” she explained.) Given that her father is undocumented, Liz was understandably on edge when she encountered an Ice checkpoint on her way back into town, though her mood improved considerably when she spotted Max Evans,
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This Is Us' Sterling K. Brown Talks Randall's Political Epiphany, Teases Goran Visnjic's 'Passion'-Filled Role

This Is Us' Sterling K. Brown Talks Randall's Political Epiphany, Teases Goran Visnjic's 'Passion'-Filled Role
Warning: This post contains spoilers for Tuesday’s This Is Us.

When Jae-won wanted to go low, Randall decided to go high — and the morally upright decision paid off, big-time, in this week’s This Is Us. In an unexpected development, Candidate Pearson bested his rival for Philadelphia’s City Council seat, and did so without revealing that Solomon Brown had paid the cops to make a DUI charge go away years before. (Read full recap here.)

So, congrats, Randall! What’s next?

First off, says series star Sterling K. Brown, the Alpine, N.J. wing of the Pearson family
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How My 600-Lb Life Has Changed Since Season 1

My 600-Lb Life is a show that airs on TLC and has been on for several years. You might not think that this would be a show that would interest that many individuals but in reality, there is a pretty big fan base here. The show chronicles the lives of people that weight 600 pounds or more, typically for a year as they attempt to lose weight through a combination of diet, exercise and weight loss surgery. The goal of each one of the people featured in the show is to get to a point where they will be approved

How My 600-Lb Life Has Changed Since Season 1
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This Is Us Recap: Did the Best Man Win?

Need to catch up? Check out the previous This Is Us recap here.

Q: What do This Is Us‘ Randall Pearson and the Philadelphia Flyers’ mascot Gritty have in common?

A: They both hit it big — and quickly — in the City of Brotherly Love.

Yup, this week’s episode reveals that Randall managed to eke out a win in his contentious campaign for Solomon Brown’s city council seat, no matter how impossible that outcome seemed the last time we saw him. And he’s able to do so without completely obliterating his marriage to Beth… though at one point,
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The Flash Recap: Did Well-Meaning Barry Just Make a Big Mistake?

The Flash Recap: Did Well-Meaning Barry Just Make a Big Mistake?
This week on The Flash, we got a bit of insight into the Nora/Thawne dynamic, while a new metahuman in Central City set in motion a series of events that just might lead to Barry’s undoing.

Picking up with Nora visiting Thawne in prison circa 2049, she makes clear that he’s “lucky” she came back at all, given what she now knows about his role in her grandmother’s death. Thawne admits that he harbors the same level of hatred for Barry as vice versa, but then argues that he has given Nora so much despite that — time travel lessons,
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How black-ish's Powerful Colorism Episode Nearly Tore the Johnsons Apart

black-ish has boldly tackled many issue Black Americans face when going out in the world throughout its five seasons, but Tuesday's "Black Like Us," turned the gaze inward to create one of its most poignant episodes ever.

Starting with a simple annoyance about Diane (Marsai Martin) being poorly

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Lana Condor Steals the Show in Deadly Class

We all had homicidal thoughts about our annoying classmates in high school. If you didn't, rest assured that someone had them about you. Well, Deadly Class takes that teenage aggression to a whole new level by training the next generation of assassins in every subject they need to know to be able to

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How the Show Gotham Has Evolved Since Season 1

Gotham is one of a number of DC Comics-inspired shows that have started up in the 2010s. However, it isn’t connected to the other shows but instead stands on its own, which is something that has had both upsides and downsides. With that said, considering that Gotham is called Gotham, it should come as no surprise to learn that its source material is the Batman mythos. To be exact, Gotham is centered on the character of James Gordon. In most Batman media, James Gordon is the police commissioner of Gotham City, meaning that he is the man responsible for protecting

How the Show Gotham Has Evolved Since Season 1
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Supernatural Midseason Trailer: Michael Declares 'Even God Can Die'

Supernatural seems to be getting back to its horror roots with its latest midseason premiere trailer!

In an eerie teaser for the back half of Season 14, shared by Shaving People Punting Things, fans can sneak a peek at a brutal fight scene, someone's head getting held underwater, and Michael, who has

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The Best Uses of Paul Anka Songs in Movies or TV

Sometimes you’ve got to go back and give a very heartfelt ‘thank you’ to some of those that have come before and opened up the music industry to change as Paul Anka and many others have. For a while there were those that didn’t want things to change since they liked them the way they were and considered change to be a negative thing. But then the public started speaking up and decided they liked the changes that were coming and decided to support them. Paul Anka had what sounded like a regular and very ordered musical upbringing as he

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Hollywood Studios, Unions Support Parents and Educators as L.A. Teachers’ Strike Rages

Hollywood unions and entertainment companies have stepped up to support the 31,000 Los Angeles teachers in the second day of a massive strike that’s affected nearly half a million students.

More than 50 SAG-AFTRA members picketed at a Tuesday afternoon rally in the driving rain next to the Hollywood & Highland Center with secretary-treasurer Jane Austin among the speakers in support of the United Teachers of Los Angeles.

“It’s important for us to support our fellow union members,” Austin said. “It’s all about showing solidarity and supporting better education for our children.”

SAG-AFTRA member Patrick Fabian (“Better Call Saul
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‘Surviving R. Kelly’ Producers on the Lifetime Doc’s Ripple Effect

‘Surviving R. Kelly’ Producers on the Lifetime Doc’s Ripple Effect
The ripple effect of “Surviving R. Kelly” continues to widen more than a week after the documentary aired on Lifetime, renewing public interest — and outrage — over the litany of sexual abuse allegations against the R&B artist.

Lady Gaga and Phoenix have apologized for working with him. Chance the Rapper and other artists are said to be pulling their musical collaborations from streaming platforms. More accusers have reportedly stepped forward.

“The feedback has just been remarkable and completely unexpected that it’s sort of become as big as it has,” said Lifetime’s Brie Miranda Bryant, an executive producer and
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The Roswell, New Mexico Stars Played 'Guess That Alien', and They Were Honestly Stellar

The CW's new alien drama, Roswell, New Mexico, takes viewers on an out of this world journey through the lives of the aliens and humans living in the world's capital for all things extraterrestrial -- and it does it while sporting some swoon-worthy romances too!

Nathan Dean Parsons plays Max, one of

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Viacom Lays Off Paramount Network Staffers Amid Reorganization (Exclusive)

Viacom has laid off a number of staffers in its entertainment group, with the majority of the affected employees hailing from Paramount Network, Variety has learned exclusively.

A Viacom spokesperson declined to comment. But a source with knowledge of the situation that the number of affected employees was fewer than 20, or less than 2% of the entertainment group’s workforce.

The layoffs come fewer than three months after Viacom reorganized its entertainment group. Longtime Viacom executive Kevin Kay–who oversaw Paramount Network, TV Land, and Cmt–exited the company after two decades in October. The move came as part of a
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How Ghost Adventures Has Evolved Since Season 1

People often don’t know what to make of the Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures. That’s easy enough to understand. Over the years, the show has been accused of manufacturing some evidence and embellishing other things to make it seem a lot more like evidence to the viewers at home than it actually was. It might not be such a big deal of these types of accusations had happened only once or maybe even twice, but they have come up again and again, leaving a lot of people wondering how much they can really believe when they watch the show. Nevertheless, the

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