Starz Releases Survivor’s Remorse Season 2 Promo

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Starz released the first promo for season 2 of their summer hit, Survivor’s Remorse. The show premiered last summer with a 6-episode season that was surprisingly funny. The show is a comedy executive produced by Lebron James about young basketball superstar Cam Calloway (Jesse T. Usher), who just signed a multi-million dollar NBA deal with a team in Atlanta. His move to Atlanta brings along his manager cousin, Reggie (RonReaco Lee) and his wife Missy (Teyonah Parris), his crazy but loyal sister M-Chuck (Erica Ash), his very inappropriate Uncle Julius (Mike Epps) and his overbearing mother, Cassie (Tichina Arnold). The family must now figure out a way to deal with the perks and the trials that come with sudden fame and fortune.

The show is really easy to digest and just something that is light, fun and doesn’t take itself too seriously. The new season will start August 22 for a 10 episode run. Be sure to catch the first season on Starz before Season 2 starts.

‘Gilmore Girls’ Reunion: Creator Talks Potential Revival, Luke and Lorelai’s Future

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The cast of Gilmore Girls got together today at the ATX Television Festival for a look back at the beloved Stars Hollow for the 15-year anniversary of the show (My gosh I’m old). It was so great to see them all together. Yay to ATX for pulling this off. This fest is definitely on my list for next year.

Originally posted on Variety:

The ATX Television Festival played host to a “Gilmore Girls” reunion of epic proportions on Saturday night, with creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, exec producer Daniel Palladino and stars Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, Scott Patterson, Keiko Agena, Liza Weil, Jared Padalecki, Matt Czuchry, Yanic Truesdale, Liz Torres, Jackson Douglas, Todd Lowe, John Cabrera, Danny Strong and Milo Ventimiglia reuniting to look back on their time in Stars Hollow and where their careers have taken them since the show ended in 2007.

Here’s what we learned from the raucous, fast-talking panel:

Despite Patterson’s recent comments about a potential revival, Sherman-Palladino burst fans’ bubble by admitting “there’s nothing in the works at the moment.” However, she promised, “If it ever happened, I promise we’d do it correctly … Nobody here hates each other, which is very important. It would have to be the right everything, the right format, the right timing, it…

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‘Empire’ Season 2 Premiere Date Announced

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Empire’s Season 2 premiere date has been announced. The writers announced the show would return September 23rd for an 18-episode season. The new season will be a split one like many other shows have started to do with some episodes playing in the fall and the rest returning in the spring. If you haven’t watched the show or just want to rewatch before the new season starts, catch it on Hulu.

Originally posted on Variety:

Two months after “Empire” wrapped its rookie season, writers of the Fox drama on Friday announced via Twitter the date of the show’s return — Sept. 23.

https://twitter.com/EmpireWriters/status/604341547639812096

The start date doesn’t qualify as a shocker, as the net announced its plans to bring back the ratings juggernaut in the fall and this is the first Wednesday of the television season. “Empire” is expected to air something of a split season during the 2015-16 campaign, with at least half of the show’s planned 18 episodes saved for 2016.

The soap became appointment viewing during the course of its 12-episode run and finished as the season’s No. 1 broadcast entertainment series in 18-49. It grew nearly every week in the demo and finished with the highest average for any broadcast drama since ABC’s “Desperate Housewives” and “Grey’s Anatomy” in 2007-08, and the highest for any new drama since those shows bowed in…

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Kurt Sutter’s ‘Bastard Executioner’ Heads to Series at FX


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I mean this was already a done deal. FX would be crazy to not stay in the Kurt Sutter business. Can’t wait to see this.

Originally posted on Variety:

Kurt Sutter’s period drama “The Bastard Executioner” is “heading” to series.

FX has given a 10-episode order to the drama created by the “Sons of Anarchy” creator about a Late Middle Ages warrior knight who gets pulled back into fighting just when he thought he was out. Lee Jones plays titular executioner Wilkin Brattle, a warrior knight in King Edward I’s charge.

Sutter wrote the pilot. He is exec producing along with Brian Grazer, Francie Calfo and Paris Barclay. Barclay directed the pilot. Sutter also appears in the series, along with his wife, Katey Sagal, Stephen Moyer, Flora Spencer-Longhurst and Sam Spruell. The cast also includes Darren Evans, Danny Sapani, Timothy V. Murphy, Sarah White, Sarah Sweeney, Elen Rhys, Ethan Griffiths and Matthew Rhys.

“I love history. I love theology. I love blood. It’s been very satisfying weaving…

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‘The Mindy Project’ Moving to Hulu for Season 4 After Fox Cancellation

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YESSSSS HULU!!! Love this.

Originally posted on Variety:

Mindy Kaling is going digital: Hulu has ordered a fourth season of “The Mindy Project” — 26 new episodes in all — of the comedy series Fox recently cancelled.

The newest installment of the series, starring Kaling as obstetrician/gynecologist Mindy Lahiri, will premiere later this year exclusively on Hulu’s subscription service under an agreement with NBCUniversal’s Universal Television.

Variety previously reported that Universal TV was in talks with Hulu about bringing the show back for additional seasons.

Hulu subscribers will be able to stream past and future episodes of “The Mindy Project” exclusively on Hulu. Since its network premiere in 2012, “Mindy Project” has been one of the most-viewed shows on Hulu. Currently, Hulu is the exclusive streaming home to all past episodes of the series, which it acquired in a library deal with NBCU announced in April 2014.

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Upfronts 2015: CW Schedule

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The CW always last on the schedule doesn’t have much coming this 2015-2016 season. They have had a pretty great year renewing everything except Hart of Dixie and The Messengers (which absolutely no one watched). They have picked up only 3 shows from their development slate, 1 for the Fall and 2 coming at midseason. I still think Super Girl (picked up for CBS) should be theirs but I’ll reserve judgment after I watch that pilot. They also moved a couple of their returning shows to new nights giving Julie Plec a night of her own with her shows, The Vampire Diaries and The Originals (which I thought should have been put together from the moment The Originals spinoff was a go but what do I know).

Cancelled: Hart of Dixie, The Messengers

*New shows are in ALL CAPS with trailers below* Continue reading

Upfronts 2015: CBS Schedule

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CBS dropped their schedule today and everything is the same except for the fact that there will be no comedies on Monday night at 8pm for the first time since 1949

Cancelled: Battle Creek, The McCarthys, The Mentalist, The Millers, Stalker, Two and a Half Men, CSI (Season ending with two-hour movie in the fall). Continue reading

Upfronts 2015: ABC Schedule

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Next up to bat is ABC. There weren’t many surprises in the schedule as they have a pretty stable crop of returning shows with only a few cancellations.

Cancelled: Cristela, Forever, Manhattan Love Story, Resurrection, Revenge, Selfie and The Taste Continue reading

Upfronts 2015: Fox Schedule

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Fox released their Fall 2015 schedule today to advertisers and officially cancelled several shows. I get to watch these pilots this week so I’m excited.  Check out what is coming your way and what to say goodbye to forever… maybe (Please save the Mindy Project, Hulu).

Cancelled: Backstrom, The Following, Glee, Gracepoint, Hieroglyph, The Mindy Project, Mulaney, Red Band Society, Utopia, Weird Loners. Continue reading

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