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The SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel - 3rd July *Updated*





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  • 21:27 - Royal Pains - Episode 7.06 - Secret Asian Men - Promo


  • 12:17 - Comic-Con 2015 - American Horror Story and Fargo - Trading Cards

  • 11:49 - Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp - First Poster

  • 11:24 - Sullivan’s Travels - BET Orders Soapy Legal Drama
    On the heels of the successful BET Awards 2015 ceremony, musical channel BET orders soapy legal drama pilot “Sullivan’s Travels”, which has nothing to do with the Preston Sturges’1941 comedy movie.

    The show is about Gwen Sullivan, a quick-witted, impassioned and bold African-American legal aid in her thirties who works for “The Legal Aid Society” in Tribeca, New York, along with her gorgeous ex-boyfriend Charlie. Interestingly, the pilot script was written by Terri Kopp — a writer and producer on Law & Order who also worked on short-lived In Justice & Justice — on 2009! Seems like the success of Empire motivated other channels to scavenge in order to find a forgotten project that could attract a Black audience towards the legal drama genre where they don’t already have any representative. Sullivan’s Travels could join The Game and Being Mary Jane, BET’s other two scripted dramas.
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  • 07:15 - Complications - Episode 1.05 - Outbreak - Promo


  • 07:10 - The Brink - Episode 1.03 - Baghdad My Ass - Sneak Peek


  • 07:00 - Rosewood - Domenick Lombardozzi Joins as Series Regular
    Domenick Lombardozzi, who most recently guested on Daredevil and The Good Wife, has joined the cast of the Morris Chestnut drama as a series regular, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    Lombardozzi will portray Capt. Ira Hornstock, who is considered Miami's best police captain. While he is an excellent manager, he is terrible at managing his own life. With three ex-wives (soon to be four), and seven kids (one of whom may not even be his son), the police captain can barely escape the strain of his family. He basically lives in his office because he is afraid of going home, but his work is no reprieve from stress, either. Hornstock and Rosewood have a complicated relationship: while he can't stand Rosewood's big personality and sunny disposition, he acknowledges Rosewood's stellar contributions to the department. At his core, Hornstock is loyal to his city and his officers — it's the one quality that keeps him going and allows us to empathize with him, despite his otherwise gloomy outlook.

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