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The SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel - 4th August 2015 *Updated*



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  • 22:25 - Scream Queens - Tavi Gevinson to Guest
    The all-star cast of Fox’s horror comedy Scream Queens has added another famous female to the mix: EW has confirmed that writer and actress Tavi Gevinson, who most recently appeared on Broadway in the revival of This Is Our Youth, will be guest-starring on Queens. E! Online originally broke the news of Gevinson’s role.

    Gevinson will play a character named Feather, who stole the husband of Jamie Lee Curtis’ Cathy Munsch.
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  • 22:15 - The Royals - Season 2 - First Look Photo


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  • 21:50 - Chicago P.D. - Season 3 - Clancy Brown to Recur
    Chicago P.D. is getting a visit from the DC Universe.

    Clancy Brown, who appears on The Flash as General Wade Eiling, has nabbed a recurring role on the NBC cop drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    Brown will play Eddie Little, an inmate who Voight (Jason Beghe) met when he was incarcerated and whom Voight now uses for information.

  • 21:35 - Animal Kingdom - Finn Cole & Jake Weary Join Cast
    Peaky Blinders‘ Finn Cole and Jake Weary (Pretty Little Liars) have been cast opposite Ellen Barkin and Scott Speedman in TNT’s drama pilot Animal Kingdom, from John Wells Prods. in association with Warner Horizon Television.

    The pilot, which is set to begin shooting next month in Los Angeles, centers on 17-year-old Joshua “J” Cody (Cole), who moves in with his wild, freewheeling grandmother (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. Weary will play Deran Cody, Smurf’s youngest son, the troubled, suspicious “baby” of the family.

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  • 21:30 - Bosch - Season 2 - Jeri Ryan Joins Cast
    Body Of Proof and Shark alum Jeri Ryan has booked a multi-episode arc on Amazon’s drama series Bosch. She will play Veronica Allen, a former stripper who married a prolific porn producer and now lives in luxury, turning a blind eye to her husband’s constant philandering. Bosch is a police procedural based on Michael Connelly‘s novels about a veteran homicide detective with the Los Angeles Police Department. Ryan, who recently wrapped a stint on the CW’s Arrow and recurs on TNT’s Major Crimes, is repped by ICM and Kyle Fritz Management.

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  • 21:25 - Blood and Oil - Miranda Rae Mayo joins in recast role
    Miranda Rae Mayo (Pretty Little Liars, The Game) has joined ABC’s new fall drama Blood And Oil as a series regular in a recasting. She’ll take over the role of Lacey Briggs, the younger daughter of Hap, played by Caitlin Carver in the pilot. The recasting of the role was due to the character being reconceived to be a bit older, according to ABC.

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  • 21:20 - CBS Adapting Norwegian Suburban Comedy
    CBS has put in development Side by Side, a single-camera comedy based on the Donick Cary HeadshotNorwegian series of the same name (Side om Side). Veteran comedy writer-producer Donick Cary (Parks and Recreation, New Girl) will write the adaptation, which is being produced by CBS TV Studios. Side by Side centers on a young couple that buys their dream home and gets caught between two feuding families.

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  • 21:15 - Mom - Season 3 - Emily Osment gets multi-episode arc
    Mom‘s the word for Emily Osment. The Young & Hungry actress is joining the CBS comedy’s upcoming third season for multiple episodes, TVLine has learned exclusively.

    Osment will play Jodi, a street wise young drug addict who Christy (Anna Faris) and Bonnie (Allison Janney) try to help get sober.

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  • 09:10 - Hell on Wheels - Episode 2.04 - Struck - Sneak Peek


  • 08:30 - American Crime - Season 2 - Trevor Jackson Joins Cast in a Series Regular Role
    Trevor Jackson has booked a series-regular role on Season 2 of John Ridley’s ABC drama series American Crime. He plays Aaron Lacroix, a standout student at an elite private school who finds himself at the center of a scandal involving the sexual assault of a fellow student, which brings suspicion upon himself and his entire family. His parents (AndrĂ© Benjamin, Regina King) are prominent members of their community. Actor-singer Jackson co-starred in the Disney Channel telefilm Let It Shine, and his other credits include Eureka, Austin & Ally and the upcoming K.C. Undercover.
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  • 04:30 - UnREAL - Season Finale - THR Post Mortem
    The show spent the season building to both its finale and Everlasting’s finale. How long did you know that this is how you wanted to end it?

    Noxon: The [Everlasting] ending was one of the hardest things for us because we really pushed our [limits] in the season — we dropped people off buildings already — and it was like, "Where do we go?" and also, "What’s the right satisfying ending?" We went back and forth but I think what we ended up with was a really good expression of Adam getting what he deserves as a player and a manwhore and everybody getting the reality of the situation as opposed to the fantasy. Both Quinn and Rachel were going to be hoisted on their own petards. They were going to fall for their own crap and that was going to go south on them real bad. The idea that Adam would end up marrying nobody came out late in the game.

    The love triangle became a big part of the show, but now, between the Adam debacle and Jeremy’s public rejection, it’s a bit in disarray.

    Shapiro: The interesting thing is that when Shiri found out there was going to be a love triangle, she was actually really concerned because she’s played a lot of love triangles. She was like, "Oh no, I don’t want to be a love triangle girl anymore, I thought this was a different kind of show," and what we assured her is that more than anything these guys are blank slates she’s projecting all of her issues on. She fantasizes one guy is “Prince Charming” and one guy is “Good Ole Boy” and she’s playing with them like dolls.

    Noxon: The great thing is that you have people almost playing their own version of Everlasting but with the mole people [behind the scenes] … The joke was that Rachel ends up winning Everlasting. It’s the best season finale ever, except it didn’t feel honest if she ran off with Adam. We ended up feeling very encouraged that people grasped on to the game within the game.

    Shapiro: We can really all relate to that fantasy, and we really worked on that last scene [in the finale], where [Adam] asks her to run away, to just to make it the most irresistible thing. [Rachel gets] fairy dust in her eyes. What girl doesn’t want to hear: "I can give you the world if you let me, so let me."
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  • 04:30 - The Mindy Project - Season 4 - BTS Photo with Mindy Kaling & Joseph Gordon-Levitt


  • 04:30 - Kevin From Work - Episode 1.01 & 1.02 - Sneak Peeks
    Episode 1.01




    Episode 1.02



  • 04:30 - CSI - Series Finale - BTS Photos




  • 04:15 - Empire - For Your Emmy Consideration - Promo


  • 04:00 - CW Seed adds The Flash (Classic CBS Series), Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles & Almost Human

  • 03:45 - Mr. Robinson - Premiere - Promos + Sneak Peeks
    Welcome to Mr. Robinson's World! - Sneak Peek
    Craig Robinson and Peri Gilpin star in the new comedy from the executive producer of The Office and Parks and Recreation. Mr. Robinson premieres Wednesday, August 5 at 9/8c on NBC.

    Musician + Teacher = Mr. Robinson! - Promo
    Craig Robinson stars in the new NBC comedy Mr. Robinson, premiering Wednesday, August 5 at 9/8c on NBC.

    First Look Featurette
    Go behind the scenes with Craig Robinson for an in-depth look at the hilarious new comedy loosely based on his life. Watch the premiere of Mr. Robinson, Wednesday, August 5 at 9/8c on NBC.

    It's No Surprise, Craig's a Feast for Your Eyes! - Promo
    Who's that man loved by everyone, even other men? It's Craig Robinson, the star of NBC's new comedy Mr. Robinson, premiering Wednesday, August 5 at 9/8c.

    The Girl Who Got Away from Craig - Sneak Peek
    Meet Victoria Wavers, hot English teacher and the woman who got away from Craig Robinson on NBC's new comedy Mr. Robinson, premiering Wednesday, August 5 at 9/8c.

    Mr. Robinson Meets His New Crew - Sneak Peek
    Teacher by day, musician at night! Craig Robinson stars in NBC's new comedy Mr. Robinson, premiering Wednesday, August 5 at 9/8c on NBC.

    Meet the New Music Teacher, Mr. Robinson - Sneak Peek
    Principal Taylor (Peri Gilpin) dials Craig's number on NBC's new comedy Mr. Robinson, premiering Wednesday, August 5 at 9/8c on NBC.


  • 03:30 - MOVIES: Dungeons & Dragons - In Development at Warner Bros.
    A movie based on the widely popular game “Dungeons & Dragons” is in the works at Warner Bros., the studio announced Monday, 10 months after a trial over who owned the rights to the fantasy game ended.

    After months of negotiation, Warner Bros., Hasbro’s Allspark Pictures and Sweetpea Entertainment said they had come to an undisclosed arrangement, ending the 2-year-old lawsuit, and are moving forward with the feature film franchise.

    David Leslie Johnson (“The Conjuring 2”) has already written the screenplay set in the “D&D” fantasy world of Forgotten Realms. Hasbro’s Brian Goldner and Stephen Davis, Sweetpea Entertainment’s Courtney Solomon and Allan Zeman, and Roy Lee (“The Lego Movie”) are producing the high-priority project.

    “This is far and away the most well-known brand in fantasy, which is the genre that drives the most passionate film followings,” said Greg Silverman, Warner Bros. president of creative development and worldwide production. “‘D&D’ has endless creative possibilities, giving our filmmakers immense opportunities to delight and thrill both fans and moviegoers new to the property.”

    “We are thrilled that this beloved property can finally make its way to the big screen after 20 years, and that it can be realized by Warner Bros., which has been responsible for the biggest fantasy franchises over the past two decades,” said Solomon of Sweetpea Entertainment.
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  • 03:15 - The Astronaut Wives Club - Episode 1.10 - Landing (Season Finale) - Promotional Photos

  • 03:00 - MOVIES: Resident Evil - The Final Chapter - Ali Larter to Return
    EXCLUSIVE: Ali Larter is set to reprise as Claire Redfield in the final chapter of the Screen Gems post apocalyptic franchise Resident Evil, with Paul W.S. Anderson back to direct a script he wrote. Constantin Film’s Robert Kulzer, Impact Pictures’ Jeremy Bolt, Davis-Films’ Samuel Hadida, and Anderson are producing and Martin Moszkowicz serving as executive producer. The film starts shooting this September in South Africa. The story picks up after the events of Resident Evil: Retribution, as the Project Alice is forced to race against time before the villainous Red Queen attempts to destroy the final remnants of humanity. The series has been one of the most successful game to movie adaptations, grossing over $915 million worldwide. It’s Larter’s third Resident Evil film. She was also in two Final Destinations and most recently was seen in TNT’s Legends. WME, Water Street Anthem Entertainment and attorney Steve Warren rep her.
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  • 03:00 - Roadies - Showtime Pilot - Tanc Sade Joins Cast
    Australian actor Tanc Sade (Matador, Gilmore Girls) has booked a lead role in Showtime’s hourlong comedy pilot Roadies, from Cameron Crowe and J.J. Abrams. Roadies follows the day-to-day life of a successful rock tour as seen through the eyes of music’s unsung heroes – the crew members who get the show on the road.

    Sade, repped by Untitled Entertainment, will play Christopher House, the tortured songwriter and guitarist for the Staton-House band. Single with several broken relationships behind him, House is a loner with a sardonic sense of humor. He joins just announced Carla Gugino, along with Luke Wilson and Imogen Poots. Sade recently wrapped Syfy’s Childhood’s End miniseries, which premieres in December.
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