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The SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel - 20th August 2015 *Updated*



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  • 25:55 - Significant Mother - Episode 1.04 - Edible Wrecks - Sneak Peek


  • 23:50 - Elementary - Seasons 1-3 - Coming to Hulu on September 1st


  • 23:10 - Major Crimes - Season 4 - Upped to 23 episodes
    TNT has ordered an additional five episodes of Major Crimes, TVLine has learned exclusively, bringing its Season 4 total to 23, the largest in the procedural’s history. (Seasons 2 and 3 each had 19 episodes, while the series’ freshman outing consisted of 10.)

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  • 23:00 - Revenge - Season 4 - Gag Reel Teaser Promo
    Thanks to Missions for the heads up.



  • 10:10 - NBC Developing Comedy from Wanda Sykes with Last Comic Standing Star
    Thanks to Konanda for the heads up.

    NBC is developing a multi-camera half-hour comedy series from Wanda Sykes and The Game executive producer Kenny Smith to star Last Comic Standing winner Rod Man. Sykes and Page Hurwitz are producing through their Push It Productions banner, which is also behind the current Last Comic Standing revival on NBC.

    The as-yet untitled project, from Universal TV, revolves around a successful comedian (Rod Man) who uproots his wife and daughter from L.A. to his hometown of Villa Rica, GA, to care for his strong-willed mother because, ironically, the stand-up comic is more stable and responsible than his self-important brother and materialistic sister.

  • 04:00 - Sundance's The Returned - Season 2 - Premiere Date Revealed + Teaser


  • 03:45 - Supergirl - New Billboard Advertisement

  • 03:30 - Young & Hungry - Episode 2.12 - Young & Back to Normal - Promo


  • 03:15 - Kevin From Work - Episode 1.04 - All About Work From Work - Promo


  • 03:00 - American Crime - Season 2 - Stephanie Sigman to Recur
    Newly anointed Bond girl Stephanie Sigman, who’ll be starring opposite Daniel Craig in “Spectre,” has been cast as a recurring character in the second season of ABC’s “American Crime.”

    The star of the critically acclaimed Mexican movie “Miss Bala,” Sigman will play Monica Ava, an administrator at an Indianapolis public school whose loyalties and values are put into conflict as she’s faced with systemic bias within the school system.