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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Heather Lind

Heather Lind is an actress who was born on March 22, 1983, in Upland, Pennsylvania. In 2010, she began her acting career working on stage. She made her first television appearance in 2011 when she played the role of Melissa Samuels in an episode of ‘Blue Bloods’. Her film debut came the following year when she appeared as Shannon in ‘The Last Day of August’. Lind’s first recurring role in television was Katy in ‘Boardwalk Empire’ which she played between 2011 and 2012. She is now best-known for the role of Anna Strong in ‘Turn: Washington’s Spies’ which she has

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Heather Lind
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Blue Bloods: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Nine on CBS?

Vulture Watch Is the Reagan family still upholding law and order in the Big Apple? Has the Blue Bloods TV show been cancelled or renewed for a ninth season on CBS? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Blue Bloods, season nine. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? Airing on the CBS television network, Blue Bloods stars Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou, Marisa Ramirez, Sami Gayle, and Vanessa Ray. The police procedural centers on the Irish-American Reagans, a multi-generational family of cops dedicated to New York City law enforcement. New York Police Commissioner Frank Reagan (Selleck) leads both the police force and his brood. Read More…
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Ratings: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Returns Steady in Friday Debut

Ratings: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Returns Steady in Friday Debut
ABC’s Agents of Shield returned on a new night to 2.5 million total viewers and a 0.7 demo rating, marking its largest audience since Jan. 10 while steady in the demo versus its May finale (2.1 mil/0.7).

(Once Upon a Time most recently did 2.3 mil/0.5 opening Friday night, while Inhumans averaged 2.6 mil/0.6 in the 9 o’clock time slot and at last tally did 2 mil/0.5.) TVLine readers gave the two-hour Shield opener an average grade of “A-.”

Elsewhere on Friday….

CBS | MacGyver (6.7 mil/0.8) and Hawaii Five-0 (8.6 mil/0.9) each dipped a tenth to match series lows. Blue Bloods (8.8 mil/0.9) slipped to its third-smallest audience ever while steady in the demo.
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Ratings: Man With a Plan Returns Down, The Gifted Dips to New Lows

Ratings: Man With a Plan Returns Down, The Gifted Dips to New Lows
Season 2 of CBS’ Man With a Plan came off the bench on Monday night to deliver 5.4 million total viewers and a 1.0 demo rating, down from both its May finale (5.7 mil/1.1) and its Season 1 average (6.3 mil/1.2).

RelatedMe, Myself & I Essentially Cancelled at CBS

Opening the Eye’s night, Kevin Can Wait (6.1 mil/1.2) was steady. Leading out of Man With a Plan, Superior Donuts (5 mil/0.9) ticked down, while 9Jkl (4.4 mil/0.8) and Scorpion (4.7 mil/0.8) held steady in the demo — though the latter dipped to an all-time audience low.

Related2018 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled?

Elsewhere….

Fox | Lucifer (3.6 mil
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Blue Bloods: The 6 Craziest Fan Ideas to Bring Linda Back (From the Dead)

Blue Bloods: The 6 Craziest Fan Ideas to Bring Linda Back (From the Dead)
Talk about your denial stage of grieving! Six weeks after Blue Bloods blindsided viewers with the reveal that Linda Reagan died, off-season and off-screen, in a medevac helicopter crash, theories are still swirling as to how Danny’s wife could be “revived” — on, mind you, a broadcast TV show that is about as rooted in realism as you can get.

To be fair, a few TVLine readers have been able to take the tragic twist in stride, appreciating the surprise element that TV is so rarely able to deliver anymore. “Revealing it the way they did,” over the course of the Season 8 premiere,
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Young Sheldon First Look: Annie Potts' Meemaw Makes Her Debut

Young Sheldon First Look: Annie Potts' Meemaw Makes Her Debut
Moonpie, meet Meemaw!

Designing Women vet Annie Potts joins the cast of CBS’ Young Sheldon on Thursday (8:30 pm, CBS) as Sheldon’s beloved grandmother — and TVLine has your exclusive first look at June Squibb’s predecessor in action.

RelatedYoung Sheldon Scores Full-Season Order at CBS

In “Poker, Faith and Eggs,” Mary escorts George Sr. to the emergency room, leaving Meemaw in charge of Sheldon, Georgie and Missy. The ‘rents return home later that night to discover a house in utter chaos, with Missy on a sugar high and Georgie about two seconds away from blowing his fingers off.
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Kevin Spacey Cut From CBS' Upcoming Carol Burnett Show Anniversary Special

Kevin Spacey Cut From CBS' Upcoming Carol Burnett Show Anniversary Special
The fallout from the allegations swirling around Kevin Spacey continues: CBS is cutting the actor’s appearance from an upcoming Carol Burnett Show anniversary special, according to our sister site Variety.

RelatedHouse of Cards: Kevin Spacey Fired

In the special celebrating the 50th anniversary of the beloved variety show, taped last month in Los Angeles and set to air on Dec. 3, Spacey performed a musical number with Carol Burnett, Kristin Chenoweth and Bernadette Peters. Spacey will no longer be featured at all in the special, though parts of that musical number may still make it to air.

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Domenica Cameron-Scorsese’s “Almost Paris” Nabbed by Freestyle Digital

Almost Paris

Domenica Cameron-Scorsese has found a home for her feature directorial debut. Deadline reports that the digital film distribution division of Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studio, Freestyle Digital Media, has acquired the North American rights to family dramedy “Almost Paris.”

The film centers on a former banker (Wally Marzano-Lesnevich, “The Depths”) “who returns to his hometown in the wake of the mortgage-lending crisis,” the source writes. “Faced with those he left behind and the impact of his actions, he learns to show up and give back to those he loves in ways that are priceless.” Abigail Hawk (“Blue Bloods”) and Michael Sorvino (“Chasing Gold”) co-star.

“It is my hope that the audience can connect and identify with the people in this story,” Cameron-Scorsese told us. “Perhaps one of the family members will remind them of someone they know and that recognition may lead to an emotional ‘ah-ha’ moment. I found this film shows the blessing of coming to want what you have — maybe the audience can connect to that.”

Cameron-Scorsese, daughter of Martin Scorsese and author Julia Cameron, is a Tribeca alum whose previous credits include shorts “Spanish Boots” and “Roots in Water,” both of which played at Tribeca Film Festival. The fest also hosted the world premiere of “Almost Paris.” Cameron-Scorsese is also an actress and directs theater.

Almost Paris” is scheduled for a theatrical and digital release January 9, 2018. You can check out a previously released trailer for the pic below.

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Domenica Cameron-Scorsese’s “Almost Paris” Nabbed by Freestyle Digital was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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Blue Bloods' Amy Carlson Breaks Silence on Hasty Exit, Laments Linda's Tragic End: 'I Wouldn't Have Done That'

Blue Bloods' Amy Carlson Breaks Silence on Hasty Exit, Laments Linda's Tragic End: 'I Wouldn't Have Done That'
Like many Blue Bloods fans, Amy Carlson was not fond of her character Linda’s hasty exit.

“I feel badly that she dies the way she dies,” Carlson told our sister site Deadline in her first full-length interview since her off screen demise in September’s Season 8 premiere. “I did not know they would do that. I was surprised. I wouldn’t have done that.”

RelatedBlue Bloods Cast: Amy Carlson’s Exit, While ‘Sad,’ Has ‘Reignited’ Storylines

Although Carlson did not discuss the circumstances that led to her departure, the actress revealed that she “was not invited” to appear in the opener.
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Blue Bloods' Amy Carlson Isn't Happy About How Linda's Death Was Handled

Blue Bloods' Season 8 opener revealed that Linda Reagan (Amy Carlson), beloved wife of Danny (Donnie Wahlberg), had died in an offscreen helicopter crash. Fans were shocked and saddened by the sudden and barely-explained death of the character, who had been part of the show since the pilot, and are

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Amy Carlson On Her ‘Blue Bloods’ Exit, Fans’ Big Reaction & Would She Return

It’s been more than a month since the Season 8 premiere of CBS’ Blue Bloods dropped a bombshell, revealing that Detective Danny Reagan's (Donnie Wahlberg) ER nurse wife Linda, played by Amy Carlson, had died in a helicopter crash. The way her character was written off via a hasty, barely mentioned off-screen death and no proper sendoff triggered an outcry from fans. The reaction to the departure of Carlson, who had fulfilled her seven-year contract on the show, has been…
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Scandal's Original Ending Revealed

Scandal's Original Ending Revealed
If you never thought you’d see the day that President Mellie Grant would be running the country, you’re not alone.

RelatedLast Week’s Scandal Recap: Love and War

During a visit to The Wendy Williams Show on Tuesday, Bellamy Young confirmed that Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes originally intended for the series to end with Mellie being sworn in as Potus, which happened at the end of Season 6.

Young recalled, “We asked her at the beginning of the year. We went out to dinner and asked, ‘Is it ending like you always thought it would, or has anything changed?
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Stephen Colbert on Texas Shooting: 'Hopelessness Is Not the Answer'

Stephen Colbert on Texas Shooting: 'Hopelessness Is Not the Answer'
In light of the Nov. 5 shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, which left 26 people dead and 20 injured, Stephen Colbert offered his Late Show audience words of comfort and encouragement on Monday.

Though Colbert began by admitting he doesn’t have “the slightest idea how to adequately address” the attack, which happened just 35 days after the mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival, he went on to tell his viewers not to feel despondent in the face of tragedy.

VideosColbert Enlists Jon Stewart to Try Saying Nice Things About Trump

“Everyone is heartbroken when this happens, and you want to do something,
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Ratings: Hawaii Five-0 and MacGyver Dip, The Exorcist Eyes Uptick

Ratings: Hawaii Five-0 and MacGyver Dip, The Exorcist Eyes Uptick
CBS’ MacGyver (with 7.2 million total viewers and a 0.8 rating) and Hawaii Five-0 (8.5 mil/0.9) ticked down in the demo this Friday, each tying their series lows. That said, the former did add some eyeballs to deliver a season high in audience.

Blue Bloods (9.1 mil/0.9) held steady and as usual drew Friday’s biggest crowd.

RelatedBlue Bloods Cast: Amy Carlson’s Exit Has ‘Reignited’ Storylines

Over on NBC, Blindspot (3.5 mil/0.7) dropped some eyeballs while matching its premiere rating. Dateline led the night in the demo with a 1.0.

Related2018 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
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The Original MacGyver's Bruce McGill to Guest-Star on CBS Reboot

The Original MacGyver's Bruce McGill to Guest-Star on CBS Reboot
The original Jack Dalton is set to resurface on CBS’ MacGyver reboot.

TVLine has learned that Bruce McGill, who costarred as the wise-cracking soldier of fortune on the ABC series that ran from 1985 to 1992 (see photo below), will guest-star on CBS’ MacGyver on Friday, Dec. 15 at 8/7c.

RelatedCBS’ S.W.A.T. Premiere: Grade It!

With George Eads busy playing the new incarnation of Dalton, McGill will fill the role of Detective Greer, a seasoned Lapd veteran who reads Mac his Miranda Rights. Not knowing who MacGyver really is, Greer believes that he is a bomb maker who took down a warehouse,
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Marisa Ramirez

Marisa Ramirez is an American actress who was born in Los Angeles on September 15, 1977. She began her career in 1998 when she appeared in an episode of ‘USA High’. She continued to appear on television playing many different roles. Her film debut came in 2000 when she played Alicia in ‘All Souls Day’. However, she is best-known for her work on television, especially in the soap opera genre. Since 2013, she has played the role of Detective Maria Baez in ‘Blue Bloods’. Here are five more things that you didn’t know about Marisa Ramirez. 1. ‘General Hospital’ Was

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Marisa Ramirez
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Exclusive Interview: Michael Maize on Villains, Charity and Acting

Tai Freligh interviews actor Michael Maize from Gotham and Happy…

Michael Maize is starring in Gotham season 4 this fall. Michael gained recognition from his recurring role in USA Network’s Mr. Robot. He has also been featured in hit television shows, including CBS’s Blue Bloods, Hawaii Five-0, NBC’s The Blacklist, HBO’s True Blood, and films such as Saving Lincoln and National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets. Michael is currently working alongside Joe Manganiello and Sofia Vergara in the film, Stano, (release date Tbd 2018) and is additionally set to star in SyFy’s forthcoming series Happy on Nov. 29, 2017. We chatted with him about his acting style, charity work and asked some fun speed round questions.

You seem to have embraced the fact that you get cast as villains more often than not. What do you think it is about your looks and personality that puts you into the path of these roles?
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TVLine Items: Kit Harington Mini Lands on HBO, Evil Dead Teaser and More

TVLine Items: Kit Harington Mini Lands on HBO, Evil Dead Teaser and More
HBO has said “Fawkes, yeah!” to Kit Harington’s Gunpowder.

RelatedLiv Tyler Joins Kit Harington in Guy Fawkes Miniseries

The pay cabler has acquired rights to BBC One’s three-part thriller starring Harington (Game of Thrones), Peter Mullan (Quarry), Mark Gatiss (Sherlock) and Liv Tyler (The Leftovers), and based on the real-life events that led to Guy Fawkes Day.

The mini will air on HBO across three nights: Monday, Dec. 18 through Wednesday, Dec. 20, all at 10/9c.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well….

* Film vet Diane Lane is the latest to book a role on The Romanoffs,
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‘Sweetbitter’: Tom Sturridge, Caitlin Fitzgerald, Paul Sparks, Four More Round Out Cast

Starz has set Tom Sturridge (The Hollow Crown, On the Road), Caitlin Fitzgerald (Masters of Sex, Rectify) and Paul Sparks (House of Cards, The Girlfriend Experience) for key roles opposite Ella Purnell and rounded out the cast with four series regulars, Evan Jonigkeit (X-Men: Days of Future Past, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot), Daniyar (Claws, Scandal), Eden Epstein (In Between Men, Blind) and Jasmine Mathews (Blue Bloods, Heathers). Based on Stephanie Danler’s bestselling novel…
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