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Naomi Watts to Star in Jason Blum-Produced Quibi Series ‘Wolves and Villagers’ (Exclusive)

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Naomi Watts to Star in Jason Blum-Produced Quibi Series ‘Wolves and Villagers’ (Exclusive)
Naomi Watts has been cast in the lead role in the upcoming Quibi series “Wolves and Villagers,” Variety has learned exclusively.

The exact plot of the short-form series is being kept under wraps, but Quibi co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg has previously described the show as “Fatal Attraction 2.0.” Jason Blum is executive producing the series, with Stuart Blumberg writing and executive producing.

This marks the latest TV project for Watts. She was recently cast in a major role in the “Game of Thrones” prequel pilot at HBO, and signed on to play Gretchen Carlson in the Roger Ailes limited series currently in the works at Showtime. She previously appeared in Showtime’s revival of “Twin Peaks.”

Watts is also known for her roles in films like “Mulholland Drive,” “I Heart Huckabees,” “Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance),” “St. Vincent,” “The Ring,” “King Kong, and “J. Edgar.” She earned Academy Award nominations
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Apple Orders New Sci-Fi Series From ‘X-Men’ Mastermind Simon Kinberg

Apple Orders New Sci-Fi Series From ‘X-Men’ Mastermind Simon Kinberg
Apple’s upcoming streaming service is still, as the tech folks say, “vaporware” but that isn’t stopping the massive corporation from continuing to purchase new content that will eventually infect cell phones around the globe. And for its latest foray in TV, the tech giant has enlisted one of Hollywood’s most high-profile producers, Simon Kinberg.

Read More: Simon Kinberg Apologizes For ‘X-Men 3’ & Explains How ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Influenced ‘Dark Phoenix

Deadline is reporting that Kinberg, along with co-writer David Weil, has signed a deal to write and produce a 10-episode science fiction series for Apple.

Continue reading Apple Orders New Sci-Fi Series From ‘X-Men’ Mastermind Simon Kinberg at The Playlist.
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‘Kominsky Method’ Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix

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‘Kominsky Method’ Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix
Netflix has picked up “The Kominsky Method” for a second season.

The comedy stars starring Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin recently won two Golden Globe Awards, one for best comedy series and the other for Douglas in the best actor in a comedy series category. Arkin was also nominated in the supporting actor category.

Season 2 will consist of eight half-hour episodes and is scheduled to begin production later this month in Los Angeles. Douglas and Arkin will return as series regulars along with Sarah Baker and Nancy Travis.

The show follows actor and acting coach Sandy Kominsky (Douglas) and his agent Norman Newlander (Arkin), two friends trying to navigate their later years in Los Angeles, a city that values youth and beauty.

Chuck Lorre created the series and serves as executive producer along with Al Higgins and Douglas. Chuck Lorre Productions produces in association with Warner Bros. Television.

“I wanted
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"Vikings" Alum Travis Fimmel Among 10 Cast in TNT Drama "Raised by Wolves"

TNT has set 10 cast members for the Ridley Scott-produced drama “Raised by Wolves.”

The show, which was ordered straight-to-series in October, centers on two androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious virgin planet. As the burgeoning colony of humans threatens to be torn apart by religious differences, the androids learn that controlling the beliefs of humans is a treacherous and difficult task.

The cast includes:

Amanda Collin will play Mother, an android with a secret past who has been programmed to raise a brood of human children on a faraway planet. In addition to teaching her children to survive,
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Peter Sarsgaard to Star in CBS All Access True-Crime Drama ‘Interrogation’

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Peter Sarsgaard to Star in CBS All Access True-Crime Drama ‘Interrogation’
Peter Sarsgaard will star in “Interrogation,” CBS All Access’s true-crime drama.

Co-created by Anders Weidemann and John Mankiewicz, “Interrogation” is based on a true story that spanned more than 30 years, in which a young man was charged and convicted of brutally murdering his mother. Each episode is structured around an interrogation taken directly from the real police case files. The first nine episodes of the series will be available to watch in any order, with the conclusive season finale to be released at a later date.
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Ratings: Million Little Things Surges to Season Highs With Move to Thursdays

A Million Little Things christened its new Thursday time slot with 5.3 million total viewers and a 1.1 demo rating, surging 54 and 57 percent form its midseason finale to hit and match season highs.

Bookending the freshman drama, Grey’s Anatomy (7 mil/1.9) returned up a tenth, while Htgawm (2.8 mil/0.7) ticked down.

Elsewhere….

The CW | Supernatural (1.44 mil/0.4) returned steady.

Fox | Gotham (2.4 mil/0.7) and The Orville (3 mil/0.7) were steady.

NBC | Titan Games (4.9 mil/1.3) slipped 19 percent in Week 3, while Brooklyn Nine-Nine dropped 25 percent from its NBC debut. The Good Place (2.6 mil/0.8) dipped, but Svu (4.2 mil/0.9) ticked up — besting time slot rival Htgawm.

CBS | Big Bang (13.2 mil
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How Fox’s Live Version of ‘Rent’ Honors and ‘Enhances’ Jonathan Larson’s Vision

In the more than 20 years since Jonathan Larson’s “Rent” first debuted on Broadway, the conversation of adaptation has often come up: Film director Chris Columbus infamously brought the story to the big screen in 2005, Michael John Warren similarly shot one of the final performances of the original theater run in 2008, and talk about television wasn’t far behind. But in order for Larson’s family to feel ready to bring the project to a new medium, it had to be a combination of “the right timing [and] the right people,” says Julie Larson. Enter prolific producers such as Marc Platt,
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General Hospital Spoilers: Sonny Visits Morgan

General Hospital fans are more than upset about the way things are going with Ryan, and the fact that he called a meeting with Carly has us more than a little worried. we know that she’s going to meet with him, and we worry. She’s clearly very distracted by everything that is going on in her personal life, and w aren’t sure that she is capable of making wise decisions without making a problematic situation feel even more problematic. She’s upset that her father-in-law is not getting better. She’s upset that her husband is spending so much time with another

General Hospital Spoilers: Sonny Visits Morgan
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TV Review: ‘Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes’

TV Review: ‘Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes’
The title “Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes,” Netflix’s new four-part documentary series launching Jan. 24, is slightly misleading. Not about its subject, Bundy, the infamous serial killer who finally confessed to some 30 murders before his 1989 death in the electric chair. The misnomer is “Conversations.” While we hear Bundy’s voice on tape, it’s narrating a looping mélange of hypothetical reality and fact, pseudo-philosophy and angry denial. His conversation partners can hardly get through to a man so lost inside his own mind. That fundamental fact — the degree to which Bundy is at best an unpleasant companion through four long episodes,
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At Home With Amy Sedaris Serves More Delicious Nonsense in Season 2 Trailer

At Home With Amy Sedaris Serves More Delicious Nonsense in Season 2 Trailer
Amy Sedaris is cordially inviting viewers back for another season of joy, madness and important lessons about hospitality, “the act of welcoming guests into your home… so you don’t have to go to theirs.”

TruTV on Friday released the official trailer for the second season of At Home With Amy Sedaris, the irreverent home makeover show you didn’t know you needed in your life (even though TVLine urged you to start watching it back in Dec. 2017 when we named it one of our Peak TV Treasures).

As always, Sedaris has countless crafty lessons in store for her audience,
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‘Punisher’ Star Jon Bernthal on Season 2, Broken Bones and Frank’s ‘Self-Loathing’

‘Punisher’ Star Jon Bernthal on Season 2, Broken Bones and Frank’s ‘Self-Loathing’
The Punisher” returns for its second season today, opening on a Frank Castle in search of a more peaceful life.

“He’s dipping his toes in the potential waters of peace,” series star Jon Bernthal told Variety. “He’s flirting with human interaction and human connection. I think it goes awry pretty quickly. There’s a kernel of truth that comes right out of the comics, that Frank Castle ultimately blames himself for everything that’s gone wrong. He constantly questions who the true Frank Castle is and has he brought on all this death and destruction in his life.
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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Flash, Grey's, Outlander, The 100, Blue Bloods, Suits, You, Htgawm, Elementary and More

Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Flash, Grey's, Outlander, The 100, Blue Bloods, Suits, You, Htgawm, Elementary and More
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Is Grey’s Anatomy really going to kill off Meredith’s father? — Hallie

Ausiello: Given that Richard told Grey back in “Flowers Grow Out of My Grave” that Thatcher was in hospice with only a few weeks to live, the prognosis sure ain’t good. And when I recently asked Ellen Pompeo about Scandal vet Jeff Perry’s previously announced return as Mer’s estranged dad, all she’d disclose was that although “it’s a sad episode,
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The Week In Superlatives: Best Binge, Guiltiest Pleasure and Pettiest Company Drama

Let's face it: There's a lot of TV to wade through right now, so it's easy to overlook or even forget everything that happened. Not to worry if you've missed some things, though, because we've combed through this week's small screen entertainment to highlight the moments that mattered most -- for

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Blindspot Sneak Peek: Jane Is Back! — But She's Not Out of the Woods Yet

Blindspot Sneak Peek: Jane Is Back! — But She's Not Out of the Woods Yet
We’re less than three weeks into the new year, but Jane Doe could already use a vacation.

On the heels of last week’s Blindspot episode, in which Jane took a harrowing (but extremely well-acted!) journey through her own brain to defeat Remi, she should probably be convalescing at home for the foreseeable future. But, as seen in our exclusive sneak peek at tonight’s hour (NBC, 8/7c), Jane is already back at FBI headquarters, and she isn’t sure how to proceed in a post-Remi world.

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The Five Best Tanya Tucker Songs of All-Time

From all accounts it sounds as though Tanya Tucker’s career didn’t so much skyrocket when she was younger as it did kind of meander around until she proved that she could do something special. She did have her first hit at 13 but one great thing about Tanya is that from her earliest beginnings to where she is now she’s never lost her fan base. Throughout all the years people have still been listening to her music and enjoying what she can do. Although she did run into some trouble in the 80s when it came to drinking and the

The Five Best Tanya Tucker Songs of All-Time
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The Best New Shows and Movies on Netflix This Week - Fyre, The Punisher

Ready to watch something new on Netflix this weekend? Here is a list of all the best new shows and movies released on Netflix this week.

Whether you're fresh out of the womb or just Amazon Primed a casket for yourself, there's something for everyone this week on Netflix thanks to a plentiful

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Netflix Unveils ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’ Choice Results, Including Least-Picked Ending

The first choice viewers must make in Netflix’s “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” is whether the protagonist, Stefan (Fionn Whitehead), should eat Frosties or Sugar Puffs for breakfast. As it turns out, a lot of people prefer Frosties. Netflix has taken to its various social media accounts to reveal some of the choices “Bandersnatch” viewers have been making since the choose-your-own-adventure film debuted December 28, and 60% of all viewers had Stefan eat Frosties instead of Sugar Puffs.

As previously reported, “Bandersnatch” contains five different endings, all of them varying in different tones. “Black Mirror” creator Charlie Brooker said he intended for each “Bandersnatch” ending to feel different, with some being funny and others being more brutal. Which “Bandersnatch” ending was the least viewed? Netflix says it was the most emotional of the five options, in which Stefan goes on the train with his mother.

Perhaps the most interesting data provided on Netflix
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The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Sally Has a Lovely Gift for Hope

The Bold and the Beautiful fans are not all that surprised that things are taking a very interesting turn right now, but we are all surprised that things are going as they are. Hope and Liam had visitors in Wyatt and Sally. They came to share their condolences and see what they could do to make things better. The visit turned into a long moment of Hope and Wyatt discussing their past and the times they were able to share together, and it was a nice visit. Sally probably learned a lot about the man she loves, and things did

The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Sally Has a Lovely Gift for Hope
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TV Academy to Eliminate Emmy DVD Screeners in 2020

The Television Academy will eliminate distribution of DVD screeners for eligible shows beginning with the 2020 Emmy cycle.

Designed to eliminate both monetary and physical waste, the move will have a substantive impact on the strategy of Emmy marketers. It also makes the academy the first major entertainment-industry organization to bar physical screeners.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for the Academy to take an important first step to move the industry forward in an area of great concern for both our partners and members, reducing costs and delivering a tremendous positive impact for the environment,” said Television Academy chairman Frank Scherma.
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Hulu or Netflix: Which Fyre Festival Documentary Is Right for You?

To the everyday viewer, it may feel like Hulu and Netflix have been in a streaming war since the dawn of time (or at least 2008), and the recent dueling Fyre Festival documentaries feel like a frantic race to comment "First!" on a YouTube video. In truth, these two documentaries tell vastly

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