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  • 13:40 - MOVIES: Man Of Steel 2 - Rumor - On Permanent Hold
    Late last week, Jon Schnepp - the filmmaker behind the recent documentary The Death Of Superman Lives - dropped a tantalizing rumor: that Mad Max director George Miller is to direct Man Of Steel 2.

    "George Miller is doing Man Of Steel 2," Schnepp said on an episode of Popcorn Talk. "I don't feel weird about breaking it."

    We've since heard from two sources that there might be substance to this rumor. They tell us that Miller is indeed in talks with Warner Bros. about the possibility of taking on one of its future DC movies, though exactly what that movie is hasn't been decided as yet.

    One source said that what Miller directs will depend on what story most interests him, his take on it, and everyone's availability.

    While this doesn't rule out the possibility of Miller taking on Man of Steel 2, another source has said that, as far as they understand it, the sequel is on "permanent hold."

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  • 12:50 - Young and Hungry - Episode 2.14 - Young & Oh, Brother! - Press Release
    GABI HAS A HARD TIME KEEPING SECRETS STRAIGHT ON AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF "YOUNG & HUNGRY," AIRING WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th AT 8:00PM ET/PT

    Burbank, CA (August 25, 2015) - Everything is relative when it comes to Gabi's latest crush on an all-new episode of ABC Family's original comedy "Young & Hungry," airing on Wednesday, September 9th at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.

    In "Young & Oh Brother," Sofia's brother Benji (Taylor Zakhar) arrives in San Francisco, and he's a far cry from the little kid Gabi remembers. Immediately attracted to the grown-up version, Gabi is thrilled when Benji asks her out on a date, despite Sofia's warnings to stay away from her baby brother. Will Gabi's flirtation cause tension in the girls' friendship? Meanwhile, Josh and Yolanda must get creative when they have to throw Elliott a bachelor party on very short notice. But when their plan involves a dating app for gay men, everyone gets more than they bargained for.

    In its most reason season, "Young & Hungry" ranked as cable's No. 1 original series in its Wednesday-at-8 timeslot among Adults 18-49, Adults 18-34 and key female demos. Launch to date, "Young & Hungry" is ABC Family's #1 comedy in Women 18-34, Viewers 12-34 and Females 12-34. The series and cast has been nominated for five Teen Choice Awards since its premiere last summer.

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  • 10:30 - Hypochondriac - In Development at FOX with Julie Bowen
    Hypochondriac, a single-camera comedy written/executive produced by Robin Shorr (The Middle) and executive produced by Emmy-winning Modern Family star Julie Bowen, has received a script commitment plus penalty at Fox. The project, from 20th Century Fox TV, is based on the Colombian telenovela La Hipocondriaca, which ran on Caracol TV from 2012-13.

    The Fox adaptation centers on a Type A hypochondriac who receives a fatal diagnosis. She then sets herself – and her friends and family – on a path of comedic destruction in pursuit of her “authentic self”.

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  • 04:10 - Vixen - Episode 2 - Promo


  • 04:05 - The Player - New Key Art









  • 04:00 - Grey's Anatomy - Season 12 - BTS Photo


  • 03:55 - HBO Miniseries ‘Lewis And Clark’ To Resume Production In Spring
    HBO’s high-profile six-hour miniseries Lewis And Clark, starring Casey Affleck and Matthias Schoenaerts, will resume production in the spring. I hear the cast already has been informed of the new start date.

    “As we looked at the schedule for Lewis and Clark and assessed the winter weather challenges ahead, we decided to remount the production in the spring,” HBO said in a statement to Deadline. “We are currently searching for a new director and director of photography. We are also in conversations now with the actors’ representatives to coordinate their schedules for next year.”

    The decision to resume filming next year comes three weeks after the pay cable network shut down filming on the project temporarily after a rough early going, with internal as well as external, weather-related factors, impacting the production. “For creative reasons, director John Curran and director of photography Rob Hardy will be leaving the production,” HBO said at the time.

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  • 03:50 - Flaked - Lina Esco to Recur
    Cane alum Lina Esco has landed a heavily recurring role on Will Arnett’s Netflix comedy series Flaked.

    Co-created by Arnett and Mark Chappell, Flaked is the serio-comic story of Chip (Arnett), a celebrated long-time resident of the insular world of Venice, CA who falls for the object of his best friend’s fascination.

    Esco plays Kara, Chip’s current girlfriend. She’s currently going through her first year of sobriety, but is not receiving the support from Chip she needs.
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  • 03:45 - The Way - Amy Forsyth Joins Cast
    Amy Forsyth has joined the cast of Hulu original drama series The Way from Jason Katims’ True Jack Prods.

    Created by Jessica Goldberg, The Way examines a couple, Eddie (Aaron Paul) and Sarah Cleary (Michelle Monaghan) at the center of a controversial movement struggling with relationships, marriage and power, with each episode taking an in-depth look at what it means to choose between the life we live and the life we want.

    Forsyth will play Ashley Fields, Hawk’s (Kyle Allen) smart, popular classmate who forces him to confront the confines of his own religious upbringing.
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  • 03:30 - Arrow - Season 4 - Trailer 'To Break the Internet'
    Thanks to tsukikomew & arrowshieldfan for the heads up.







  • 03:25 - Blue Bloods - Episode 6.01 - Worst Case Scenario - Promotional Photos

  • 03:20 - Person of Interest - Episode 5.04 - Writer & Director Revealed
    Thanks to Hemnes for the heads up.



  • 03:15 - The Grinder - New Promo - There Is Nothing Bigger


  • 03:10 - Blue Bloods - Season 6 - Esai Morales to Guest
    Onetime NYPD Blue lawman Esai Morales will again wield a shield on Blue Bloods.

    TVLine has learned that the actor — who most recently was seen as The Brink‘s POTUS and joins From Dusk Till Dawn tonight as a crime lord — will guest-star in a late fall episode of the CBS procedural as Delgado, a charismatic NYPD sergeant who has a plan to increase the accuracy of police statistics by seeking the opinions of city youth, and thus earns a promotion from commish Frank Reagan.
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  • 03:05 - Switched At Birth - Episode 4.12 - How Does A Girl Like You Get To Be a Girl Like You? - Sneak Peeks




  • 03:00 - Flaked - Ruth Kearney joins cast
    Ruth Kearney (The Following) is set as the female lead opposite Will Arnett and David Sullivan in Netflix comedy series Flaked. Co-created by Arnett and Mark Chappell, Flaked tells the serio-comic story of Chip (Arnett), a celebrated long-time resident of the insular world of Venice, California who falls for the object of his best friend’s fascination. That would be London (Kearney), a beautiful Venice Beach waitress, who is the latest object of Dennis’ (Sullivan) affection, but she is clearly smitten with Chip (Arnett). Chip offers to rent London a studio apartment that’s located above his furniture shop, which will ultimately only make things more complicated.

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  • 03:00 - Animal Kingdom - Molly Gordon joins cast
    TNT has rounded out the cast of drama pilot Animal Kingdom, adding Molly Gordon (Orange Is The New Black) as a regular. The pilot from John Wells Prods. in association with Warner Horizon Television, centers on 17-year-old Joshua “J” Cody (Finn Cole), who moves in with his wild, freewheeling grandmother (Ellen Barkin) and uncles in their Southern California beach town after his mother ODs. He is pulled into their life of indulgence and excess and soon discovers that it’s all being funded by the bank robberies they commit. Gordon, repped by the Burstein Company and Paradigm, will play J’s steady girlfriend Nikky, a young woman in full-scale rebellion against her bourgeois upbringing. She likes the fact that J drives the rest of her middle-class family crazy.

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  • 03:00 - The Ranch - Debra Winger Joins Cast
    Debra Winger is set to co-star opposite Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson and Sam Elliott in Netflix’s multi-camera comedy series The Ranch, which has a 20-episode order. Created by Don Reo and Jim Patterson, The Ranch is set on a Colorado spread, with Kutcher’s character returning home after a brief semi-pro football career to run the family business with his brother, played by Masterson. Elliott play the boys’ father, a rancher who has a complicated relationship with Kutcher’s character. Winger plays the mom.

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