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  • 21:00 - Baby Daddy - Episode 4.15 - Wheeler War - Sneak Peeks

  • 21:40 - Orphan Black - Inside the Clone Club Dinner Scene

  • 21:35 - Manhattan - Season 2 - Teaser

  • 21:00 - Royal Pains - Episode 7.05 - Voices Carry - Promotional Photos

  • 20:55 - Survivors Remorse - Episode 2.01 - Grown-Ass Man - Synopsis
    Grown-Ass Man

    The Calloways upgrade to a spacious new mansion; Cam's max deal comes with strings attached.


  • 20:20 - MOVIES: The Green Inferno - Official Trailer (2015)

  • 16:55 - Guilt - Amanda Knox based drama ordered to Pilot by ABC Family


    Burbank, CA (June 25, 2015) – As ABC Family works to double its original programming over the next four years, the network has greenlit pilot production on a new one-hour drama series “Guilt.” This announcement comes on the heels of the network ordering pilots for scripted dramas “Stay,” the supernatural drama “Beyond” and scripted comedy “Gorgeous Morons.”

    “‘Guilt’ is a sophisticated, sexy and suspenseful crime epic that will have audiences captivated week-to-week,” said Karey Burke, Executive Vice President, Programming and Development, ABC Family.

    “Guilt” is an edgy, soapy thriller that revolves around an American in London who becomes the prime suspect in the savage murder of her roommate. As the investigation unfolds, the viewers will question whether she's a naive, young girl whose poor decisions are being magnified under the ruthless glare of the British tabloids, or whether she's a sociopath who brutally murdered her friend. Even her own sister, who comes to London to defend her, will question how well she really knows her little sister as more and more ugly truths come out. This mystery will twist through all layers of London society -- from a posh, but depraved, sex club all the way up to the Royal Family itself. “Guilt” is written, created and executive-produced by Kathryn Price (“The Game Plan”) and Nichole Millard (“The Game Plan”). Steve McPherson will serve as executive producer. “Guilt” is a co-production of Sea to Sky Entertainment (the joint venture between Lionsgate Television and Thunderbird Films) and BV Family Productions in association with ABC Family.


  • 16:50 - Narcos - First Look Netflix Thriller and Premiere Date

  • 16:45 - Hannibal - Farewell Flash Mob Planned at Comic-Con
    Thanks to Mr. Edmodo for the heads up.

    Attendees can stop by Ballroom 20 on Saturday, July 11, from 5PM-5:45PM for a panel stars Hugh Dancy, Richard Armitage, and executive producers Bryan Fuller and Martha De Laurentiis. However, Fannibals have something special planned for the panel.
    Fans are currently trying to organize a kind of flash mob to show support for the series, in which they get as many attendees to wear flower crowns during the panel as possible, as well as have a Fannibals Forever paper with them.

    You can either make your own, or join your fellow Fannibals on Friday, July 10 from 7PM-8PM inside the Cortez Hill room at the Manchester Grand Hyatt (on the 3rd floor) to pick one up. You can RSVP to the pick-up spot.


  • 16:40 - Baby Daddy - Episode 4.17 - Ring Around the Party - Press Release
    Ben is determined to beat Ross at his own game an all-new episode of “Baby Daddy,” airing Wednesday, July 15th, 2015 at 8:30PM ET/PT on ABC Family.

    In “Ring Around the Party,” Riley realizes that she hasn’t met any of Ross’s (Eddie Cibrian) friends and decides to throw a cocktail party so she can get to know them. Ross confronts Ben about his not-so-secret feelings for Riley and tells him to back off; in fact, don’t even come to the party. Not one to take orders, Ben crashes the party, but the night quickly takes a wrong turn when the boys get into a fist fight and a very drunk Tucker spills a few more secrets. Danny realizes he knows nothing about his new girlfriend, Ashley (Lindsey Gort), and goes to great lengths just to find out her last name. Will Danny be able to save his relationship once she figures out how little he knows about her? Meanwhile, Bonnie has some serious explaining to do when a valuable item goes missing.

    “Baby Daddy” stars Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Derek Theler, Tahj Mowry, with Melissa Peterman and Chelsea Kane. The series is created and executive produced by Dan Berendsen (“The Nine Lives of Chloe King,” “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” and “Hannah Montana: The Movie”). “Baby Daddy” is a multi-camera comedy that shoots in front of a live studio audience in Los Angeles.


  • 16:35 - Doll and EM - Season 2 - Press Release and Premiere Date
    The comedy series DOLL & EM returns for its six-episode second season SUNDAY, SEPT. 13 (10:30-11:00 p.m. ET/PT). Written by and starring real-life best friends Emily Mortimer and Dolly Wells, this show is a bittersweet, intimate portrait of female friendship. In the new season, Doll and Em write an off-Broadway play together in an effort to do something creative on equal footing. Guest stars include Ewan McGregor, Olivia Wilde, Evan Rachel Wood and Mikhail Baryshnikov.


  • 16:30 - Melissa and Joey - Episode 4.17 - Put A Ring On It - Press Release
    It's Mel's birthday, and Joe surprises her with not one but two hideous gifts on an all-new episode of "Melissa & Joey," airing Wednesday, July 15th (8:00PM ET/PT) on ABC Family.

    Mel pretends to love her birthday gift from Joe. But that turns out to be a fake gift to throw her off. Instead, he had a one-of-a-kind wedding ring made for her that she hates even more and is horrified she has to wear the rest of her life.

    "Melissa & Joey" stars Melissa Joan Hart, Joey Lawrence, Taylor Spreitler and Nick Robinson, and is executive-produced by Bob Young & David Kendall, Paula Hart, Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence.


  • 16:50 - Devious Maids - Episode 3.05 - The Talk of the Town - Promo

  • 16:15 - Captain Marvel - Comic Relaunching With Agent Carter Showrunners
    Agent Carter showrunners Tara Butters and Michelle Fazekas will team with Uncanny X-Men artist Kris Anka to bring Carol Danvers into the All-New, All-Different Marvel era with a new Captain Marvel series, Fast Company reports.

    "This is really meant to be the next level for Captain Marvel," says series editor Sana Amanat. "Carol is really meant to be a soldier and a commander, and also a diplomat. We're really trying to build up this space complex and this space world. You'll really feel like there's an extension of the Avengers world into space, but not necessarily lost out in the Guardians of the Galaxy cosmos. It's rooted in Earth but also an extension into the galaxy."

    Butters and Fazekas brought Agent Peggy Carter to ABC for her 8-episode first season in 2015, and are readying her return in Season 2. They’ll be taking the reins of Carol Danvers’ adventuresfrom Kelly Sue DeConnick, who has written the character since she took over the mantle of Captain Marvel in 2012.


  • 15:05 - MOVIES: Sleeping With Other People - Official Trailer feat Alison Brie, Jason Sudeikis

  • 14:50 - Transparent - Renewed for a 3rd Season
    Amazon Greenlights Third Season of Golden Globe Award-Winning Original Series Transparent—Available Exclusively for Prime Members in 2016
    Award-winning show creator Jill Soloway signs overall deal with Amazon Studios where she will exclusively develop television projects; Soloway will continue as Showrunner on Transparent and Andrea Sperling has been elevated to Executive Producer on the series

    Jeffrey Tambor (Arrested Development), Judith Light (Dallas), Gaby Hoffmann (Girls), Amy Landecker (Louie) and Jay Duplass (Togetherness)will all return for another season

    Prime members can watch season one of Transparent now using the Amazon Instant Video app for TVs, connected devices and mobile devices, or online

    SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun. 25, 2015-- (NASDAQ: AMZN)—Amazon today announced it has greenlit a third season of the Golden Globe Award-winning series Transparent, which will become available exclusively to members of Amazon Prime in 2016. Returning cast includes Jeffrey Tambor(Arrested Development) as Maura Pfefferman, Judith Light (Dallas) as Shelly Pfefferman, Gaby Hoffmann (Girls) as Ali Pfefferman, Amy Landecker (Louie) as Sarah Pfefferman and Jay Duplass (Togetherness) as Josh Pfefferman. In addition, series creator Jill Soloway has signed an overall deal with Amazon Studios where she will exclusively develop television projects for Amazon Prime. Soloway will continue in her role as Showrunner on Transparent andAndrea Sperling, who previously was Co-Executive Producer on the series, has been elevated to Executive Producer.

    “Jill is truly a creative force and I’m thrilled that we will be collaborating with her additional projects in the future and on a third season of Transparent,” said Roy Price, Vice President, Amazon Studios. “The second season is currently starting production, and I know our customers will be delighted to continue the journey with Maura and the Pfefferman family.”

    "I am so thrilled that I get to share more of the Pfeffermans' story with the world,” said Soloway. “We are all so in love with watching them change and grow. I am blown away by the creative freedom Amazon gives me and I can't wait to reveal where this journey is going to take us."

    Written, directed and executive produced by multi-award winner Soloway,Transparent is a half hour novelistic series that explores family, identity, sex, and love. The series stars Tambor as Maura, who has spent her life as Mort—the Pfefferman family patriarch. When she reintroduces herself to her family, everyone else’s secrets finally start to come out. This includes her ex-wife Shelly (played by Light), and their children—meandering Ali (played by Hoffmann), record producer Josh (played by Duplass), and sexually conflicted Sarah (played by Landecker). Each family member spins in a different direction as they figure out who they won’t become.

    Amazon Prime members can watch Season One of Transparent using the Amazon Instant Video app for TVs, connected and mobile devices or online at http://www.amazon.com/transparent. Amazon will premiere the highly anticipated second season of Transparent this fall exclusively for Prime members on Amazon Instant Video in the US, UK and Germany. The series will begin production next week in Los Angeles. Additional details, including guest stars, will be announced in the coming months.

    Customers can watch shows and movies with the Amazon Instant Video app. The Amazon Instant Video app is available on hundreds of devices including connected TVs, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox and PlayStation, as well as on mobile devices like Fire phone, Fire tablets, iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Customers can also watch online at Amazon.com/PIV.


  • 12:15 - Person of Interest - Season 4 DVD - Subway Tour with Michael Emerson and Amy Acker

  • 09:55 - Girl Meets World - Episode 2.09 - 2.11 - Synopsis
    Friday, July 10

    Girl Meets World “Girl Meets Mr. Squirrels Goes to Washington”

    (8:30 PM – 9:00PM ET/PT)

    Uncle Eric is recruited to run for the Senate, but learns it was only because they expected him to lose. Riley and her friends rally together to help his campaign.

    Guest starring Will Friedle as Eric Matthews

    Friday, July 17

    Girl Meets World “Girl Meets the New Teacher”

    (8:30 PM – 9:00PM ET/PT)

    A new teacher is hired and uses non-traditional ways of learning to engage the students, and the principal does not agree. Cory defends the teacher, which ultimately gets him in trouble too.

    Guest starring Anthony Tyler Quinn as Mr. Turner

    Friday, July 24

    *Girl Meets World “Girl Meets Fish”

    (8:30 PM – 9:00 PM ET/PT)

    It’s Riley’s turn to take the class fish home for the weekend, but it dies as soon as she gets it. Auggie suspects foul play.


  • 09:50 - Netflix - To Launch in India by 2016
    The potential launch could shake up India's nascent VOD market which has seen recent entrants like Hooq, Hotstar, Ditto TV and Eros Now.

    Increasingly global streaming giant Netflix has plans to launch in India by 2016, according to a report in the Times of India Thursday.

    Citing sources familiar with the matter, the Times report said Netflix had "firmed up plans" to enter the Indian market which is still virgin territory for VOD companies. “We have said we plan to be nearly global by the end of 2016. We have nothing else to share at this point,” a Netflix spokesperson told the Times.

    India seems a fertile market for VOD uptake given that Internet penetration and mobile connectivity are increasing rapidly. According to a recent industry report by consultants KPMG India, the country had about 280 million internet users in 2014, with growth largely spurred by the increasing penetration of smartphones (116 million in 2014). The report predicts that India is expected to reach 640 million internet users by 2019.

    Additionally, India's total mobile subscriber base is currently at about 970 million, and the 1 billion user mark could be reached by the end of 2015, according to figures from the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India. India is the second largest mobile market in the world after China which has 1.27 billion users.

  • 09:45 - MOVIES: Hitman: Agent 47 - Trailer 2 feat Rupert Friend

  • 09:40 - MOVIES: Looking For Alaska - John Green Book Adaptation finds Director
    Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber adapted John Green's novel about a teen who falls for a girl at boarding school.

    Relative newcomer Rebecca Thomas has been hired to direct Looking for Alaska, Paramount's adaptation of John Green's debut novel.

    Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, who wrote the screenplays for both Fault in Our Stars and Paper Towns, are also adapting Alaska. And Fault and Paper Towns producers Temple Hill are also onboard to produce, as The Hollywood Reporter exclusive reported.

    Green's 2005 book centers on a teen named Miles (who, in his spare time, memorizes the final words of famous people) as he goes to boarding school for his junior year. There, he meets a enigmatic student named Alaska and begins to fall for her.

    Green announced the news to his four million-plus followers on Twitter.

    Green's debut novel Looking for Alaska hit shelves in 2005 and went on to win the Michael L. Printz Award in 2006. Paramount scooped up the rights in 2005, but the studio waited to move forward on the project until after Fault became a massive success (It's earned $307.2 million worldwide). The film adaptation of Paper Towns, starring Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne, will hit theaters on July 24 via Fox.

  • 09:35 - You're the Worst - Season 2 - Mageina Tovah gets Multi Episode Arc
    Worsties, prepare to meet the female version of Paul (Allan McLeod).

    FXX's critical darling You're the Worst has cast Mageina Tovah for its upcoming second season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    Tovah, whose credits include Joan of Arcadia, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, has signed on for a multiple-episode arc as Amy Cadingle, Paul's nerdy new girlfriend. The character is described as essentially being a female Paul — she's a bespectacled, stringy-haired interpreter for the deaf who is decidedly secure in her oddness. Good-natured and upbeat, she is seemingly impervious to Lindsay's (Kether Donohue) attempts at undercutting her relationship with Paul. She will first appear in the episode titled "Born Dead."


  • 09:30 - Mr. Robot - THR Interview - Creator on the Sony Hack, Antiheroes and the Dangers of Facebook
    What episode are you working on right now in the writer's room?

    We've broken the whole season. When I wrote the initial script, it was supposed to be a feature. I was maybe on page 90 and I thought, "I'm not even through the first act," so I thought, "I'll turn this into a show then." I knew what the first season was going to be about, so going into it — even before we made the pilot — I knew what the season finale was.

    How was it adjusting the project for TV? Was there ever a concern about having to fill in a lot more story if it was going to a 22-episode first season?

    I never pitched it like that. … In fact, even if some [networks] offered 13 episodes, I was saying, "No, it has to be 10 [episodes] and maybe four or five seasons max," because there is an ending and we are building towards that ending and I don’t want to deviate from that. I never had that fear because the first season wound up actually becoming what my first act of the feature was going to be.