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Rocko's Modern Life: Original Voice Cast Reuniting for TV Movie in 2018
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After being lost in space for more than two decades, Rocko and his pals — and, you know, the Bigheads — are returning to Earth. And they’re all in for a rude awakening.
RelatedHey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie: Original Cast Will Return, Nick Confirms
Nickelodeon on Thursday officially announced that a one-hour TV special, Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling, will reunite the animated series’ original voice cast as the characters adjust to life in the 21st century.
And some will adjust more successfully than others. Per the network, “Heffer and Filburt embrace every aspect of new technology, social »
TVLine Podcast: Dream Emmy Nominee Ellie Kemper Salutes Kimmy Schmidt's 'Message of Hope' for These Dark Days
58 minutes ago
Were there an Emmy category for perking up viewers when they’re down, Ellie Kemper would already have a couple for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Not that the 2016 — and hopefully 2017 — nominee would ever take all the credit for the Netflix comedy’s feel-good quality. Rather, she notes that, while so much of the TV landscape is dark, snarky or both, “this show takes a break from all of that. [Even] visually, it’s very bright. [And though] it doesn’t shy away from the idea that life sucks… at the core of the show is sort of a message of hope.”
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Ratings: Little Big Shots: Forever Young Premiere Tops Wednesday
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NBC’s Little Big Shots: Forever Young offshoot had some spring in its step, easily delivering Wednesday’s biggest audience (with 7.4 million total viewers) while also leading the night in the demo (with a 1.0 rating).
That marks a slight uptick from Little Big Shots proper’s week-ago finale, while down just a tenth in the demo.
RelatedCarmichael Show Debates Significance of the N-Word In Buzzed-About Ep
Leading out of that, The Carmichael Show‘s take on the N-word (4 mil/0.8) ticked up to a best-since-premiere audience while steady in the demo.
RelatedRenewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled?
Over on Fox, »
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later Reunites the Weirdos of Camp Firewood — Watch First Trailer
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As promised, the Camp Firewood ’81 gang is reuniting 10 years after their infamously strange summer together — and, surprise, things have only gotten stranger.
RelatedMarvel’s The Defenders First Look: Netflix’s Heroes Team Up, Look Tough
Netflix on Thursday released the official trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, reuniting the cast of 2015’s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp — which, itself, was a prequel of 2001’s Wet Hot American Summer — for another season of debauchery, confusion and, of course, talking cans of mixed vegetables. The eight-part series drops Friday, Aug. 4.
Among the latest developments: Lindsay »
Dean Norris Looks Back on Hank's Breaking Bad Death Scene: 'I Loved It'
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“Yeah, man, I loved it,” the actor tells TVLine, reflecting on filming “Ozymandias,” the pivotal episode of AMC’s Emmy-winning meth-trade drama that first aired in September 2013. In it, DEA agent Hank, wounded after a shootout with a murderous band of neo-Nazis, refused to beg for his life (despite his brother-in-law Walt’s pleas) and told Nazi leader Jack to “go f–k yourself” before taking a fatal bullet.
Daily Show's Trevor Noah Says New Philando Castile Footage 'Broke Me'
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Trevor Noah isn’t just angry about the recent acquittal of Philando Castile’s shooter. He’s heartbroken.
VideosTrevor Noah on Philando Castile Case: NRA Speaks Up, ‘Unless You’re Black’
On Wednesday’s Daily Show, Noah played newly released dashcam footage of the moment Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez shot Castile five times during a July 2016 traffic stop. Prefacing the footage, Noah remarked, “If you’ve already watched this video, you don’t have to watch it again. I wouldn’t say anyone has to watch this video, but if you haven’t seen it, it is graphic »
Designated Survivor: Virginia Madsen Laments That She Won't Be Back
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RelatedInside Line: Scoop on Designated Survivor‘s New Cast
“I won’t be back for Season 2,” Madsen told one fan on Twitter, explaining to another: “I guess they had other stories to tell. It’s a big show, so I wish them well. But I would like return to kick some ass.”
“It was a great role,” she tweeted. “I was loving it.”
RelatedABC Fall Schedule: Once Bumped to Friday, black-ish Shifts to Tuesday
For much of Season 1 of the Kiefer Sutherland-led drama, »
Fargo Boss Breaks Down Season 3's Sopranos-Esque Final Scene — Plus: Could This Be the Last Episode Ever?
13 hours ago
Warning: This post contains spoilers for Wednesday’s Fargo Season 3 finale.
Well, it’s not Tony Soprano munching on onion rings in a Jersey diner before the screen cuts to black… but it’s close.
Fargo‘s third season wrapped up on Wednesday with maybe the most ambiguous final scene since that controversial Sopranos series-ender a decade ago: Gloria, now a Homeland Security agent five years later, sits across an interrogation-room table from slippery villain V.M. Varga, vowing to send him away to rot in Rikers while she enjoys a fried Snickers bar at the state fair. Varga disagrees, »
Marvel's The Defenders First Look: Netflix's Heroes Team Up, Look Tough
13 hours ago
Netflix’s Marvel superheroes are about to join forces… and they don’t look too thrilled about it.
The streaming service has given us a first look at Marvel’s The Defenders — the hotly anticipated comic-book team-up debuting Friday, August 18 — with a stark, black-and-white poster featuring the four heroes: Matt Murdock/Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) and Danny Rand/Iron Fist (Finn Jones). Oh, and zero smiles between them.
Check out the full poster:
The crime fighters, who each have their own solo Netflix series, come together in The Defenders to “save New York City, »
Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers Revive 'Really!?!' SNL Bit for Trump-Related Shakespeare Protests
13 hours ago
If you’re a fan of the Poehler/Meyers Weekend Update years, have we got a treat for you.
Parks and Recreation star Amy Poehler appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers Wednesday, giving the two Saturday Night Live alumni a chance to reprise their “Really!?!” bit from their days behind Studio 8H’s Wu desk.
VideosCorden Attempts to Educate Trump on HIV/AIDS Using Philadelphia — Watch
The topic: a recent Shakespeare in the Park production of Julius Caesar that drew conservative ire — and a few play-interrupting protests — because the titular, ill-fated character was made to resemble President Donald Trump. »
Carmichael Show Debates Significance of the N-Word In Buzzed-About Ep
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Leave it to The Carmichael Show to outdo the sheer awkwardness of its Bill Cosby discussion. In Wednesday’s episode, Cynthia’s birthday is nearly ruined after Jerrod’s white friend refers to him as “my n–ga.”
RelatedCarmichael Show Star: It’s ‘Criminal’ for NBC to Pull Mass Shooting Ep
The half hour begins with a conversation about things black people should and shouldn’t be allowed to say. The back-and-forth is sparked by Jerrod and Maxine’s present for Cynthia: a first edition copy of Jacqueline Kennedy’s biography. Bobby immediately calls the gift stupid, insisting that “black »
Quantico Season 3: Code Black Creator Takes Showrunner Reins
17 hours ago
Michael Seitzman, who created and serves as showrunner on the CBS medical series, will helm ABC’s spy drama as well, the network has confirmed.
RelatedQuantico: Another Series Regular Leaving Ahead of Season 3
Wonder Woman Writer to Pen Shondaland Dramedy Pilot at ABC
18 hours ago
Allan Heinberg has signed a script deal with the network to write a new Shondaland dramedy pilot, TVLine has learned, along with an overall development deal with ABC Studios. The pilot, tentatively titled Adult Behavior, is described as “a sexy, multi-generational, comedic drama” and is based on the British gay comedy series Cucumber and Banana, which aired here in the U.S. on Logo.
RelatedScandal Officially Ending, Season 7 Is Olivia’s Swan »
TVLine Items: Ahs Vet to Crime Story, Lion King Spinoff Adds Scar and More
21 hours ago
Frequent American Horror Story cast member Finn Wittrock will co-star in the Assassination of Gianni Versace installment as serial killer Andrew Cunanan’s friend (and first victim) Jeff Trail, EW.com reports.
RelatedAmerican Crime Story Shuffle: Versace to Air Next, as Katrina Start Is Delayed
Versace — slated to premiere in early 2018 — centers on the July 1997 murder of iconic fashion designer Gianni Versace (The Bourne Ultimatum‘s Édgar Ramirez) on the steps of his Miami Beach mansion by Cunanan (Glee‘s Darren Criss »
Pretty Little Liars' Gnarliest Deaths: Ranking the 10 Most Chilling Killings
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For a show called Pretty Little Liars, not everything that’s gone down over the past seven seasons has been, well, pretty.
VideosPretty Little Liars Series Finale Promo: A.D.’s Reveal, Aria’s Wedding Woes, Wren’s Killer Return and More
Fresh off the reveal of Charlotte Dilaurentis’ killer — spoiler alert: it was exactly who you thought it was going to be — TVLine is looking back on the Freeform drama’s deaths that straight-up chilled us to the bone. (Ironically, Charlotte’s death did not make the cut, though I promise her family is well-represented.)
For this list, »
Taken Shake-Up: 6 Cast Members Exit Ahead of Dramatic Season 2 Overhaul
21 hours ago
NBC giveth and NBC Taken-eth away.
On the heels of Taken‘s surprise Season 2 renewal, the drama’s ensemble is undergoing a dramatic overhaul, with six series regulars on their way out.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Gaius Charles (John), Brooklyn Sudano (Asha), Monique Gabriela Curnen (Vlasik), Michael Irby (Scott), Jose Pablo Cantillo (Dave) and James Landry Hébert (Rem) will not be back for the show’s 16-episode second season.
Big Brother 19 Will Taunt Houseguests With 'Den of Temptation' Twist
23 hours ago
Pandora’s Box has been upgraded.
Big Brother‘s Season 19 twist will confront Houseguests with “tempting offers that could give them money, power and safety in the game. But, they will need to be careful, because for every temptation taken, there will be a consequence to face,” warns a press release that more than a little evokes Rumplestiltsikin.
RelatedBig Brother 19 Cast Has a New Evel Dick, Rodeo Clown, Fitness Star
One of those twists is the “Den of Temptation,” to which America will vote on which Houseguest they would like to send. At the Garden of Eden-styled location »
Game of Thrones: Jon Snow Calls for a United Front in New Season 7 Footage
21 June 2017 9:15 AM, PDT
It’s time to put aside those silly Iron Throne-thirsty differences — and quickly — Jon Snow urges in a new Game of Thrones trailer, because the enemy is real, and “it’s always been real.”
Ned Stark’s Rhaegar Targaryen’s valiant son seems to be speaking to Westeros’ warring Stark, Lannister and Targaryen clans as he says, “For centuries, our families fought together against their common enemy. Despite their differences, together. We need to do the same if we’re going to survive.”
The new trailer above, »
Ratings: Downward Dog Fetches Lows
21 June 2017 8:25 AM, PDT
ABC’s Downward Dog this Tuesday night drew 3.2 million total viewers and a 0.6 demo rating, ticking down week-to-week in both measures to mark new season lows.
The freshman comedy’s double-episode finale airs next Tuesday.
Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled?
NBC’s America’s Got Talent of course dominated the night, with a steady 12.6 million total viewers and a 2.6 rating. World of Dance (7.7 mil/1.8) dipped just a bit in Week 4.
RelatedPretty Little Liars Recap: Charlotte’s Killer Is (Finally) Revealed
The night’s only other fresh fare, The CW’s iZombie (1.14 mil/0.3) — pending adjustment »
Downton Abbey Movie 'In the Works'; Filming Tentatively Slated for 2018
21 June 2017 8:01 AM, PDT
Less than two years after the Crawleys bade farewell to their international audience, a plan is in motion to reopen the doors of Downton Abbey.
RelatedDownton Abbey Series Finale Recap: How Did the Crawleys Say Goodbye?
“There’s a movie in the works,” Michael Edelstein, president at NBCUniversal International Studios, told the Associated Press this week at the opening of Downton Abbey: The Exhibition in Singapore. “It’s been in the works for some time. We are working on getting the script right, and then we’ve got to figure out how to get the [cast] together. … But we »
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