Press Release: CBS today announced its summer schedule, including the new event series Salvation, the new live-action game show Candy Crush, the third season of Zoo, based on James Patterson’s #1 bestselling novel, and the return of the summer sensation Big Brother.
Big Brother, hosted by Julie Chen, will once again have three weekly episodes. The hit reality series debuts with a special two-hour premiere on Wednesday, June 28 (8:00-10:00 Pm, Et/Pt), followed by the Thursday broadcast on June 29 (9:00-10:00 Pm, Et/Pt), Sunday’s installment on July 2 (8:00-9:00 Pm, Et/Pt
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(Increasingly loosely) based on the James Patterson novel, the summertime drama will again star James Wolk, Kristen Connolly, Billy Burke, Nonso Anozie, Alyssa Diaz and Josh Salatin, while Gracie Dzienny (Chasing Life) has joined the cast as Mitch’s grown-up daughter Clementine. (‘Member, Season 2 ended with that wacky 10-year time jump.)
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CBS also announced that Big Brother will launch its 19th (broadcast) season on Wednesday,
Whereas Season 1 of the James Patterson adaptation took things a bit seriously as it explored the mystery of a manmade genetic mutation within the entire animal kingdom that turned our fine feathered and furry friends against us, Season 2 — or at least the effects-laden premiere, which for all I know blew the entire budget — is going full-tilt bananas (no pun intended, monkeys). We’ve got multi-animal assaults, a luxury jet that would make S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Zephyr jealous, new characters and
There are some new additions to the “menu” for Season 2 of CBS’ Zoo (premiering Tuesday, June 28 at 9/8c), and TVLine has your first look at two of ’em.
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In Season 2 of the summertime drama (based on the novel by James Patterson), the danger escalates as the animal mutation moves to Phase 2 and they begin attacking infrastructure and creating deadly environmental phenomena in an effort to make the planet uninhabitable. Meanwhile, the team discovers a shocking mutation that threatens the life of one of their own.
Among those joining the fight,
Big Brother will reopen its doors on Wednesday, June 22, when Season 18 premieres. The summertime staple will again have three weekly outings, also airing Thursdays (starting June 23) and Sundays (starting June 26).
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Kicking off CBS’ summer lineup will be BrainDead, the D.C.-based comic-thriller from The Good Wife creators Robert and Michelle King. Premiering Monday, June 13 at 10/9c (aka Under the Dome’s onetime home), the series follows a young, fresh-faced Hill staffer (10 Cloverfield Lane‘s Mary Elizabeth Winstead
During The Theory of Everything, I could have sworn I saw the plot of Two Night Stand chalked up on one of Eddie Redmayne’s blackboards. Then I squinted and laughed at my own stupidity; Professor Stephen Hawking may have worked with formulas, but he would have never come up with one so predictable and wholly unoriginal.
This may come as a surprise to you (prepare your gasps), but there aren’t a whole lot of romantic comedies that try breaking the mould when it comes to story, characters and (especially) heartfelt speeches.
And so it goes with Two Night Stand, a harmless enough story about a pair of strangers (Analeigh Tipton and Miles Teller on agreeable if fairly bland form) who
Luker will join Bill Butler and Michelle Kittrell in Industry’s Gotham headquarters. There, they rep Christopher Meloni, Victor Garber, Calista Flockhart, Billy Porter (The Humbling), Thomas Sadoski, Dean Winters (co-managed with Sandra Chang), Kathryn Erbe, John Pankow, Dominic Fumusa (Nurse Jackie), Ward Horton (Annabelle) and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio.
Said the Industry partners:, “Kyle is a magnetic and respected manager with great taste and is a wonderful addition to our team as we continue to grow our presence in New York”.
In addition, we also have the poster for this unconventional romantic comedy, co-starring Leven Rambin, Jessica Szohr and Scott "Kid Cudi" Mescudi, arriving in theaters September 26.
A no-strings-attached, online hook-up turns into a morning-after disaster for twenty-something New Yorkers Megan (Analeigh Tipton) and Alec (Miles Teller). When a paralyzing blizzard hits the city trapping them in Alec's cramped Brooklyn apartment, they are forced to get to
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