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13 Reasons Why Production Designer: 13 Secrets of the Netflix Drama's Sets
34 minutes ago
Whether production designer Diane Lederman is tasked with recreating a room from a specific era — like she did on FX’s The Americans — or a contemporary teenager’s bedroom — like she does several times over in Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why, there’s one constant: “I do extensive amounts of research,” she tells TVLine.
So when it came to creating bedrooms for Katherine, Clay and the rest of the Liberty High crowd, not to mention public spaces like Monet’s cafe and the Bakers’ drugstore, Lederman enlisted all the help she could get — including the series’ young castmembers themselves.
RelatedReport: 13 Reasons »
Blind Item: Which New Drama Series Is So Bad Its Network Tried to Dump It?
50 minutes ago
That foul odor assaulting executives at an unnamed broadcast or cable network is the stank emanating from an upcoming drama series that is allegedly so bad it’s actually unwatchable.
How pungent are we talking? Well, according to sources, the network behind the ambitious project tried mightily to pawn off the entire first season on one of the big streamers at a steep discount (we’re talking pennies). But the influential Powers That Be behind the series put a kibosh on the fire sale. So now the net in question is forced to sit back and watch the stink bomb »
TVLine Items: Jesse Eisenberg Comedy, Bet's Bobby Brown Biopic and More
1 hour ago
Jesse Eisenberg is on The Market.
The Academy Award-nominated star of The Social Network, in collaboration with J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions, will star in, direct and produce the half-hour comedy The Market, our sister site Deadline reports.
The series (which has not yet been shopped) revolves around Harold, a recent widow who moves in with his son Stan (Eisenberg). Having both lost their jobs due to the economy, father and son must navigate the harsh realities of the job market.
A&E Abandons Scripted Programming, Shifts to All-Reality TV Lineup
1 hour ago
When Bates Motel closed its doors this week, A&E shut the door on scripted programming, too.
The cable network won’t air any scripted shows going forward, shifting its focus to nonfiction programming only, our sister site Deadline is reporting. Monday’s Bates Motel series finale marks the end of A&E’s scripted efforts after more than a decade of mixed success with original drama series.
RelatedBates Motel Series Finale Recap: So, Were You Crazy About How It Ended?
Bates Motel‘s five-season run was actually the lengthiest of any A&E scripted original, with popular crime »
Scandal Sneak Peek: Olivia Faces Off Against the All-Powerful Peus
1 hour ago
Scandal‘s new Big Bad makes a house call on tonight’s episode (ABC, 9/8c) — and Olivia is less-than-pleased to make his acquaintance.
RelatedABC Sets Finale Dates for Grey’s, Scandal, Once, DWTS and 16 Others
In this sneak peek from the game-changing hour, the head of Opa finally comes face-to-face with Theodore Peus (played by David Warshofsky), the mastermind behind the Shadowy Organization™ that’s been attempting to seize control of the White House. Threats are made, stern glances are exchanged, and we get one last chance to say goodbye to Elizabeth North.
During a recent chat with TVLine, Scandal »
La La Land Director Damien Chazelle Eyes Musical-Themed TV Project
2 hours ago
The director of La La Land is about to dance his way onto the small screen.
Oscar winner Damien Chazelle has signed on to direct The Eddy, a musical drama set in modern-day Paris, according to The Hollywood Reporter. It’s not clear whether the project will end up being a one-off movie or a limited series, but the script from Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) is currently being shopped around to cable networks and streaming services.
RelatedOscars 2017 Stunner: La La Land Mistakenly Named Best Picture; Moonlight Actual Winner
The plot centers on a music club in Paris, »
Nasim Pedrad Joins People of Earth, as New Girl Faces an Uncertain Future
3 hours ago
The following casting news is out of this world: Saturday Night Live vet Nasim Pedrad is joining TBS’ People of Earth as a series regular. The announcement comes as Fox comedy New Girl, on which Pedrad has recurred for the last three seasons, remains heavily on the bubble.
RelatedNew Girl Finale: Was That the End?
The TBS comedy — recently deemed one of TVLine’s Peak TV Treasures — centers on a group of alien abductees living in the small town in Upstate New York. Pedrad is set to play Special Agent Alex Foster, who is described by the network as a “smart, »
S.H.I.E.L.D. Poll: If Evil Fitz's Machine Could 'Bring Back' One Fallen Hero....
4 hours ago
The Chekhov’s Gun principle tells us that every dramatic element in a story must be necessary. And ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. gave us much food for thought this week, with the revelation that Dr. Fitz’s Project Looking Glass is a nearly complete doohickie that will allow Aida, an AI stuck in android form, to inhabit a fabricated flesh-and-blood vessel. To be human… ish.
RelatedS.H.I.E.L.D. on the Bubble: Keep or Cut?
Which is “interesting” and all, but of far greater value to the larger S.H.I.E.L.D. narrative — especially if »
Ratings: Designated Survivor Eyes Uptick, While ABC Sitcoms Go Low
4 hours ago
Designated Survivor‘s reveal of “the White House traitor” on Wednesday night drew 5.1 million total viewers and a 1.1 rating, marking its second straight uptick in the demo (if the numbers hold in finals).
RelatedDesignated Survivor to Get New Showrunner Ahead of Season 2 Pick-Up
On ABC’s sitcom front, The Goldbergs (5.2 mil/1.4) and Speechless (4.5 mil/1.2) each slipped two tenths in the demo to series lows, while both episodes of black-ish (4.4 mil/1.2, 4.2 mil/1.2) matched series lows in the demo.
RelatedRenewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled?
Over on The CW, Arrow (1.5 mil/0.5) and The 100 (920K/0.3) returned steady in the »
A-List TV Titans' Best & Worst: Every Chuck Lorre Series Ranked
5 hours ago
Sick of run-of-the-mill best-and-worst lists? We were, too. So in this new series of features, TVLine is singling out the small screen’s biggest behind-the-scenes titans, then ranking their output from their least to most impressive creations.
Funny is Chuck Lorre’s business, and to put it mildly, business is good.
RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2017: Deaths, Breakups, Weddings, Firings, Sex, Resurrections, Time Jumps and More!
Do You Miss Wonderfalls? Blame Trump
6 hours ago
(Psst… that means hush it up for a sec, wax lion.)
“I loved it so much,” says Caroline Dhavernas, who currently stars in Lifetime’s Mary Kills People and played Dr. Alana Bloom in Fuller’s Hannibal. Back in 2004, though, she was Jaye Tyler, a lovably grumpy recent Ivy League graduate who »
Seth Meyers: Trump's Been Misleading the Nation Since Home Alone 2 — Watch
7 hours ago
The Late Night host barely had to argue his point, instead queuing up a series of clips to showcase Potus’ hypocrisy when it comes to working around Congress to enact new laws. Trump, of course, routinely criticized former President Barack Obama for being “a president who can’t get anything done so he just keeps signing executive orders. »
Fargo Recap: There Will Be Blood
17 hours ago
Need to catch up? Check out our previous Fargo recap here.
The sibling rivalry between Fargo‘s Ray and Emmit only got uglier this week… and yeah, even a little bloody, thanks to Nikki.
Ray’s conscience is nagging him about Maurice’s death by A/C — which is good, because he seemed a little too blasé about it last week, frankly. He shares his troubles with Nikki, and she responds by slapping him across the face. Twice. “There’s something wrong with your chi,” she informs him. “You’re all blocked up, babe.” The only way he can unblock himself, »
Report: 13 Reasons Why Season 2 Renewal Almost Official at Netflix
17 hours ago
Time to invest in blue nail polish and blank cassette tapes, because there’s a good chance that Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why will be back for a second season.
The streaming video site is nearing a decision to bring back the teen drama, our sister site Deadline reports. And the series got its Season 2 writers’ room going a few weeks ago, per The Hollywood Reporter.
Related13 Reasons Why Finale Recap: Who’s on Hannah’s Heartbreaking Final Tape?
Empire: Did Donald Trump/Billy Bush Fiasco Inspire Cookie/Angelo Twist?
18 hours ago
The following story contains spoilers from this week’s Empire. Proceed at your own peril.
Hell hath no fury like the Dubois family scorned.
In Wednesday’s Empire, Cookie rejected Angelo’s marriage proposal and then indirectly torpedoed his political career when his subsequent meltdown was caught on a hot mic (sound familiar?). Below, Ilene Chaiken assesses the fallout from the scandal and weighs in on whether a certain Access Hollywood tape inspired the plot twist.
Tvline | Is it just me or does Angelo have some serious anger management issues? That was quite a freakout.
I would argue that his freakout was justified. »
The 100 Star Breaks Down Raven's 'Selfish' Decision: 'I Was Shocked'
18 hours ago
RelatedThe 100 Renewed for Season 5
But before we dive in, a quick recap of the episode: While Clarke attempted (unsuccessfully) to establish herself as the new Commander, Octavia traded her gardening tools for weapons to join the battle of the tribes. Back at Arkadia, Jasper and Harper — among a handful of other hopeless teens — decided to party their way to the grave, rather than join the others in the bunker.
This brings us to Raven, who »
Arrow Recap: In Love and War — Plus, Felicity's [Spoiler] Returns Next Week
18 hours ago
This week’s episode of Arrow, despite its synopsis, wasn’t so much about the manhunt for Adrian Chase but the lengths that different factions were willing to go, who they would betray, to succeed.
RelatedArrow Boss Answers TVLine Reader Questions!
With Chase in the wind for a week and neither Team Arrow, A.R.G.U.S. nor the Scpd anywhere close to closing in on him, Felicity appealed to Helix for their special kind of help. After accidentally killing an A.R.G.U.S. operative via elevator, Alena shared that Helix found Cayden James has tech that »
The Simpsons 'Reviews' President Trump's First 100 Days in Office, Killing Sean Spicer in the Process — Watch
22 hours ago
The Simpsons is weighing in on President Donald Trump‘s first 100 days in office, serving up some of the darkest comedy the White House has ever seen.
A new short uploaded Wednesday finds our nation’s capital in disarray, with Sean Spicer hanging himself, Kellyanne Conway refusing to take his place, and Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner literally at each other’s throats. (Oh, did I forget to mention Ivanka Trump replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court? Because yikes.)
Naturally, the video also features Trump in all his dog-haired glory, »
Riverdale Boss, Stars Preview Molly Ringwald's Arrival as Archie's Mom
22 hours ago
After we caught a fleeting glimpse of her last episode, ’80s teen-movie queen Molly Ringwald makes her formal debut this week as Archie’s mom Mary, who’s been absent for years and is in the midst of divorcing Archie’s dad Fred. And Ringwald’s retro appeal does help, showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa says: “It is nice when Mary appears, and it’s Molly Ringwald… That does give us a shorthand.” But it’s not just stunt casting, »
Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Walking Dead, Fuller House, Good Fight, Big Bang, Supernatural, Once and More
26 April 2017 1:13 PM, PDT
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ausiello: Help is on the way, Nick — literally. Ahead of Season 8’s Saviors/Scavengers-vs.-Alexandria/Hilltop/Kingdom war, AMC’s monster smash is casting two new recurring good guys: Dillon, a sexy, blue-collar twentysomething whose survival skills include sarcasm, and Abbud, an innately likable Muslim American whose nerves are, let’s say, jangled, because he’s flown solo for too long in zombieland. Of the pair, the former »
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