Sep 12

‘Covert Affairs’ , ‘White Collar’ Get Premiere Dates

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photo: usa

And, we have premiere dates!

USA Network announced today we’ll be seeing the return of White Collar for its sixth and final season on Thursday November 6 at 9 p.m. Collar will serve as the lead in for the return of the network’s spy drama, Covert Affairs, which will also be returning that night at 10 p.m. to begin airing the last half of season five.

 

 

Sep 12

TNT Renews ‘Murder in the First’

MurderIntheFirstTNT has announced today that Murder in the First will be returning for a 10 episode second season.

The crime drama, which stars Taye Diggs and Kathleen Robertson, focused its first season on a pair of San Francisco homicide detectives investigating two seemingly unrelated murders that ultimately had something, or rather, someone in common.

Murder in the First is executive produced by Steven Bochco (NYPD BlueHill Street Blues) and Eric Lodal.

Sep 12

Mandy Moore to Recur on ‘Red Band Society’

Mandy Moore

Red Band Society has added a new character to the mix when it premieres this fall.

Mandy Moore will be joining the Fox dramedy in a recurring role, as chief of staff Dr. Erin Grace, who happens to be Dr. McAndrew’s ex-fiancee (Dave Annable).  Red Band Society centers on the lives of a group of patients that live in the pediatric wing as they begin to develop unlikely friendships.

Moore’s acting credits include films A Walk to Remember, Saved, and Because I Said So as well as television guest credits on Scrubs, Grey’s Anatomyand How I Met Your Mother.

Red Band Society is set to premiere Wednesday, September 17 on Fox.

Sep 11

‘Titans’ May Be Coming to TNT

NightwingNightwing is coming to a television near you…maybe.

According to Variety, TNT is in the process of closing a deal on Titans, a live-action series based on the “Teen Titans” series from DC Comics. The series will center on Dick Grayson, Batman’s former sidekick turned hero in his own right as Nightwing and leader of the Titans which includes the likes of Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy, and Cyborg.

This wouldn’t be the first time we see the Titans. They made their first television appearance as an animated series on Cartoon Network and The WB premiering in 2003 and most recently Teen Titans Go! 

Batman Forever and Fringe writer, Akiva Goldsman, and The Last Word‘s Marc Haimes will be set to co-executive produce the series for the network, with Goldsman and Haimes writing the pilot as well, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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Sep 11

Gillian Anderson Promoted to Series Regular on ‘Hannibal’

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photo: nbc

We’ll be seeing more of Bedelia Du Maurier when Hannibal returns for season three.

TVLine exclusively reported that Gillian Anderson has been promoted to series regular on the NBC psychological thriller. Anderson made her first appearance as Bedelia Du Maurier, Hannibal’s psychiatrist (though she had retired), early on in the first season and has recurred since then.

Season three will pick up a year after the events from  the season finale.

Hannibal is set to return in 2015 on NBC.

 

 

Sep 11

TwoCentsTV Top 10 Quotes of the Season

So much TV, so many moments, which means plenty of memorable lines in the last year. We at TwoCentsTV have attempted to compile a top 10 list of those lines that have stuck with us through the (very) long summer hiatus.

And here are the results!

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Sep 11

Graceland – Recap & Review – Faith

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photo: usa

Graceland
Faith

Original Air Date: Sep 10, 2014

Jules – Managing Editor
jules@thetwocentscorp.com

Graceland has undoubtedly left us hanging on many occasions. From last year’s finale to several episodes this season, including last week. The season two finale is no different. The entire episode had me on pins and needles waiting for what was and could be happening next.

For our Gracelanders, things are falling apart and falling apart fast, from Charlie being kidnapped, Briggs heading to Mexico with Sid who’s figured out his cover and Johnny holding marked bills from Lucia. So no time to waste as we get to what happened in the season two finale.

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Sep 10

Chris Pratt to Host SNL Season 40 Premiere

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photo: nbc

Parks and Recreation star Chris Pratt (who helped lead the film Guardians of the Galaxy this summer) has been tapped to host the season 40 premiere of Saturday Night Live to air September 27. It will be his first time hosting. Ariana Grande will serve as musical guest.

In the second episode airing October 4, Sarah Silverman will make her own debut as SNL host along side musical guest Maroon 5.

Sep 10

Nurse Jackie to End After Season 7

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photo: showtime

Showtime announced Wednesday that the upcoming seventh season of Nurse Jackie would be its last.

The show’s Twitter account posted the following message Wednesday: “One last shot at redemption. Join us in 2015 for the seventh and final season of #NurseJackie. Thanks for the ride!” The above photo was also part of the post.

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Sep 10

Sons of Anarchy – Recap & Review – Black Widower

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Sons of Anarchy
Black Widower

Original Air Date: Sep 9, 2014

Lyssa G – TwoCents Reviewer
lyssa@thetwocentscorp.com

Tonight starts the beginning of the end of Sons of Anarchy. Last season we left on some pretty crazy terms. Gemma had killed Tara, Juice killed Roosevelt, and Jax was distraught as he was about to be taken off to prison and holding his dead wife in his arms. Patterson walked in as he was holding her on the floor. Roosevelt’s body just feet away. The club finally seemed to be headed down the right path, but not without causing some chaos with the other clubs that they interact with. The Mayans and Nero’s crew are now working together, the One Niners were blown away by the Mayans at a gun deal which is going to cause some problems with August Marks.

Since this is the final season, I am a bit distraught that this ride is almost over with. Emotionally I am not sure if the end of this is making me happy or sad. Everything is coming to an end and hopefully if this plays out right everything will have a real truthful ending for the show. Let’s see how this first day plays out.

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