The Writers Guild of America’s contract is ending soon and another strike is a distinct possibility. The writers have clear demands and are not afraid to shut down if an agreement they like cannot be reached.
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Season 1, Episode 9 – The second to last episode of Beyond brings us some long-awaited character meetings and sets things up perfectly for the season finale.
Season 1, Episode 3 – This episode of APB fails to deliver on its promise of interesting and unique technology being incorporated into the police procedural and skips a week on its more interesting plotline.
Season 1, Episode 4 – This week’s episode highlighted the show’s problems—Arthur and Franco’s inconsistent relationship, the underdeveloped minor characters, and the tired humor. It’s four weeks in and there’s no signs of improvement.
Season 5, Episode 1 – Bates Motel returns to A&E for its final season, and boy, is it good. I’ve never seen this show, so bear with me in not knowing all of the backstory, but I am into it. You should be too.
Bridge of Spies writer Matt Charman is returning to the world of espionage with a series based on the life of one of the spies that inspired the character James Bond. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Marc Cherry, Reba McEntire, and Shondaland add cast members to their pilots while Liv Tyler and Mark Gatiss joins Kit Harrington for BBC’s Gunpowder.
Warner Bros. dropped a new King Arthur: Legend of the Sword trailer today that brings great tunes but loses much of Guy Ritchie’s style from the one released last summer.
The true story of how the KGB tries to stop ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev from defecting from the Soviet Union in 1961.
Last night, simultaneous ceremonies took place in New York and Los Angeles for the 2017 Writers Guild Awards, with some exciting titles taking home the top prizes, including Arrival and Moonlight for film and The Americans and Atlanta for television.
Season 7, Episode 10 – Rick discovers another community hiding from The Walking Dead and offers an alliance for the return of Father Gabriel and the imminent war against the Saviors. Richard loses his gun privileges and takes drastic steps to compel Ezekiel to war while Daryl drops in on Carol for cobbler and conversation before heading back to Hilltop.
Season 1, Episode 1 – In the series premiere, Pete finds out that his marriage is over, and that he has nothing left but the fledgling dream of a comedy career, and the generosity from an unlikely comedian to keep him going forward.
Season 1, Episode 13 – The first season of Son of Zorn comes to a close with a season finale that sets up plenty of future action, despite feeling choppy at certain times.
Season 1, Episode 1 – It’s Diane Lockhart’s turn to take center stage in the pilot episode of The Good Fight. Diane’s god-daughter, Maia Rindell, joins the firm as a brand new associate, but when her father’s Ponzi scheme is revealed, Diane loses everything. Diane is forced to put her retirement plans on hold, and start her life over.
Season 2, Episode 2 – Baptiste is driven by a mistake he made which had terrible consequences when he first investigated Sophie Giroux’s kidnapping on The Missing. Alice takes police to the place she was held captive, and a clue may reveal who her abductor was. Was it only one man, or were there many?
Season 1, Episode 6 – Victoria is coming to an end but not before the queen announces a first pregnancy and a possible willingness to cross party lines and embrace a new future.
Season 1, Episode 1 – in the series premiere of HBO’s brand new prestige miniseries, a murder occurs in the beautiful seaside town of Monterey, California. But that’s hardly the most dramatic (or interesting) thing that happens in this soapy drama about suburban moms with hidden rage and secret tragedies.
Season 2, Episode 1 – With Wendy out of both Chuck and Axe’s lives, it leaves a void that threatens to suck them both in and chew them up on this new season of Billions. Chuck is suddenly in a lot of trouble when an investigation into the ethics of his office opens out of the blue, and Axe is in the grips of absolute paranoia as he completely rethinks security at Axe Capital.
Season 1, Episode 8 – Friday’s episode of Emerald City sent me on a rollercoaster ride of emotions. I began feeling hopeful about where this story was going, and then felt confused and annoyed. Finally, I returned to hope. Let me explain.
Cary Fukunaga is in talks to direct a Hirsohima drama and a big mystery in The Last Jedi is revealed. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
The Stephen King universe is continuing its residency at Hulu in the form of the drama Castle Rock, an anthology from J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot banner. As shown in the teaser, the anthology will bring together characters from some of King’s classic horror novels and short stories.
Suicide Squad actor Alex Meraz joins WGN America’s Scalped, the anticipated drama series based on DC’s graphic novel, and Jeremy Luke reunites with his Magic City co-star Milo Ventimiglia on This is Us
The story of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Japan in 1945, which killed 100,000 people, ending World War II, and heralded the Atomic Age.
Manager/producer for major management company with offices in LA/NY/UK seeks an executive assistant. Duties include script coverage, scheduling, travel arrangements, heavy phones, and assorted administrative tasks.
James Mangold’s Logan finally gives Jackman an opportunity to spread his claws and partake in all the graphic dismemberment that Wolverine fans deserve and that’s pretty much what diehard fans have been craving for the past decade and a half.