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The SpoilerTV Daily News Roundup - Various Shows - 1st December 2014

This is a daily article in which we cover all the news from around the net that we've not posted on the site.

Newly Released Episode Titles

American Crime - Episode 1x02 - "Two Days Later"
American Crime - Episode 1x04 - "October The 25th"
American Crime - Episode 1x06 - "Late November"
The Fosters - Episode 2x18 - "Now Hear This"
The Fosters - Episode 2x19 - "Justify The Means"
The Fosters - Episode 2x20 - "Not That Kind Of Girl"

Remember: You can see known Episode Titles and Dates for all shows in the SpoilerTV Episode Database

Development and Casting News

[LINK] Hawaii Five-0 - Episode 5.15 - Grant Bowler to Guest Star

Interviews and Articles

[LINK] The Fosters - Episode 2.11 - Available to Watch [US Only]
[LINK] TV Guide Magazine's Fan Favorites Award Results


[LINK] Turn - Season 2 - First Look at Ksenia Solo as Peggy Shippen

Nashville First Look at Rayna James Wedding Dress

Press Releases

Starz Developing 'Storyville' With Colin Callender's Playground Entertainment

Award-winning Film and Theatre Writer/Director George C. Wolfe to Serve as Screenwriter and Director

Beverly Hills, Calif. – December 1, 2014 – Starz has announced the series development of “Storyville” which is set in New Orleans during the turn of the 20th century where prostitution was decriminalized and an exceedingly vibrant, hedonistic, celebratory subculture emerged and fueled the birth of jazz. Award-winning film and theatre Writer/Director George C. Wolfe (Nights in Rodanthe, Lackawanna Blues, “Lucky Guy”) will serve as screenwriter and director with Colin Callender’s Playground Entertainment producing the series, led by Scott Huff, Vice President of Development and Production.

“We’re glad to be working in partnership again with Colin Callender and Playground Entertainment on this series and with one of Broadway's most respected producers and directors, George C. Wolfe for the first time. His love and expertise in this particular world will allow us to take viewers back to turn-of-the-century New Orleans during the birth of jazz in the midst of profound corruption,” said Starz Managing Director Carmi Zlotnik.

“Storyville” is based on an original idea by George C. Wolfe who won three Tony Awards® for the 1992 Broadway musical “Jelly’s Last Jam” about Jelly Roll Morton whose career began in the “Storyville” district. Wolfe’s theatre credits include directing Nora Ephron’s Tony-nominated “Lucky Guy” starring Tom Hanks in his Broadway debut and winning a Tony for his work on "Angels in America". Wolfe is repped by CAA.


Movie Trailers

Featurettes and Promos

CSI: Las Vegas - Episode 15.09 - Let's Make a Deal - Promo

Two And A Half Men - Episode 12.06 - Alan Shot a Little Girl - Promo

Getting On - Episode 2.05 - The Revolving Door Admit - Promo

Mom - Episode 2.06 - Crab Legs and a Wet Brad Pitt - Promo

The Librarians - Rebecca Romjin Interview

History Channel Upcoming & Returning Series Promo/Featurette

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