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The SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel - 13th October *Updated*

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  • 07:45 - Truth Be Told - Episode 1.02 - 1.04 - Press Releases


    10/23/2015 (08:30PM - 09:00PM) (Friday) : WHEN RUSSELL SCORES VIP PASSES TO THE ADULT FILM AWARDS, MITCH, WHO'S BEEN MARRIED A LOT LONGER, CONVINCES HIM THAT THE KEY TO GETTING THE GREENLIGHT FROM THEIR WIVES IS BEING HONEST - Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Tracy (Vanessa Lachey) delight in teaching their newly married friends Russell (Tone Bell) and Angie (Bresha Webb) how to navigate a happy and healthy marriage. When Russell scores VIP tickets to the Adult Film Awards, he looks to Mitch for advice on how to best to play it with the wives. Mitch's answer is just be honest and to Russell's surprise, this approach works, and they head out on the town for a guys' night with Hudson (guest star Malcolm Barrett) and Jim (guest star Matt Oberg). But when Tracy has second thoughts, their night is nearly derailed and Mitch's "honesty policy" is put to the test. Meanwhile, Angie starts following Russell on Twitter and is shocked to find that adoring fans are sending him nude pics.



    10/30/2015 (08:30PM - 09:00PM) (Friday) : WHEN THE 6-YEAR-OLD NEIGHBOR GIRL WALKS IN ON RUSSELL TAKING A SHOWER, THE GANG DEBATES JUST HOW MUCH SHE SAW AND WHETHER OR NOT THEY HAVE TO TELL THE PARENTS - Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Tracy's (Vanessa Lachey) childcare woes are solved when they agree to a babysitter share with the Goldmans (guest stars Nelson Franklin and Beth Dover). But two rowdy little girls end up being more than Mitch can handle, and when he brings them over to Russell's (Tone Bell) house for help, little Maya Goldman (guest star Veronica Ruthie Sigel) wanders upstairs and sees Russell in the shower. Unsure of what she actually saw leaves Russell and the gang debating whether they should break the news to the Goldmans and risk being judged, or keep their mouths shut and hope the whole thing goes away. Meanwhile, desperate to impress the other moms, Tracy enlists Angie (Bresha Webb) to help her throw the perfect birthday party for Sadie (guest star Sophie Mackenzie Nack).



    11/06/2015 (08:30PM - 09:00PM) (Friday) : MITCH AND TRACY MUST DECIDE WHAT TO TEACH THEIR DAUGHTER ABOUT THE BIG RELIGIOUS QUESTIONS OF LIFE-ASHLEY TISDALE GUEST STARS-When Sadie's (guest star Sophie Mackenzie Nack) favorite chicken at school dies, Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Tracy (Vanessa Lachey) struggle with what to say to her because they are a mixed-faith couple. Things are further complicated when Mitch's sisters, Sam (guest star Ashley Tisdale), brings her psychic boyfriend, Josh (guest star Ryan Cartwright), over for dinner, and Angie (Bresha Webb) and Russell (Tone Bell) get into a fight when they discover they're not on the same page about God.


  • 04:40 - Married With Roommates - CBS Comedy in Development from Cougar Town EP's
    CBS has bought Married with Roommates, a multi-camera comedy from former Cougar Town co-executive producers Mike Lisbe and Nate Reger. Inspired by an April article in The New York Times, Married with Roommates centers on a young, recently married couple in New York City who realize they can’t afford their own place and decide the best option is to start their life together… in an apartment with three roommates. Lisbe and Reger will write the script and will executive produce with David Janollari and Storied Media Group’s Dennis Kim and Todd Hoffman. Universal TV, where Janollari is based, is the studio.

  • 23:45 - Code Black - Episode 1.03 - Pre-Existing Conditions - Promo + Sneak Peeks

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  • 23:05 - Modern Family - Episode 7.05 - The Verdict - Promotional Photos

  • 23:05 - Ryan Seacrest & Ludacris Producing Marching Band Drama Project for CBS + Cop Drama in Development
    CBS is expanding its relationship with writer Paul Downs Colaizzo.

    The scribe, who last season saw medical drama LFE go to pilot, has sold a pair of dramas to the network – including a Ryan Seacrest- and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges-produced marching band entry.

    The Down Beat, from CBS Television Studios and Ryan Seacrest Productions, is described as an inspiring story of a former business mogul on a warpath for personal retribution who is determined to take down two warring gangs in the mean streets of Atlanta by offering possible teen recruits an unlikely refuge: a high school marching band.

    The second drama is an untitled cop drama that centers on a charismatic and inspiring journey of police officer who, after a tragic scandal, sets out to rebuild his personal life and rewrite the rules of policing in his Pittsburgh neighborhood.

  • 21:55 - Max - Feminism Comedy from Lena Dunham Receives Pilot Order from HBO Starring Lisa Joyce
    Girls creator and star Lena Dunham, who has long been carrying the feminism torch for her generation, will be exploring the theme in Max, a new single-camera comedy for HBO, which has received a pilot order by the network.

    Starring Lisa Joyce (Billy & Billie), Max hails from a quartet of Girls executive producers who all will executive produce the pilot – Dunham, who also will direct, Murray Miller, who wrote the script, Jenni Konner and Ilene Landress. Dunham and Konner exec produce through their A Casual Romance Prods.

    Set in the Mad Men era, Max is described as a raucous comedy set in 1963 about the struggles of second wave feminism, centered on an ambitious magazine writer, Maxine Woodruff (Joyce), looking for liberation. Maxine is an enthusiastic, if misguided, low-level magazine employee who stumbles into the forefront of a civil rights movement both she and the world may not be ready for.

  • 21:50 - AMC Networks Shares Hit By ‘The Walking Dead’ Ratings Drop
    A grave concern? Not yet — but Wall Streeters clearly were disappointed today to see that Sunday’s Season 6 premiere audience numbers for AMC’s hit The Walking Dead came in 15% lower than last year’s with 14.6 million total viewers and a 7.4 rating in the 18-49 demo.

    AMC Networks shares closed down 5.1%. The reason, Guggenheim Partners’ Michael Morris says, is that “the primary bear thesis” for AMC is that it relies too much on Walking Dead.

  • 20:40 - On The Line - Empire Co-Executive Producer Sells Soapy Restaurant Drama Pitch to FOX
    Empire co-executive producer Ingrid Escajeda and Sang Yoon, chef of renowned Santa Monica haute burger and beer bar Father’s Office and Century City’s Lukshon, have sold a soapy restaurant drama pitch to Fox. The studio is 20th Century Fox TV, where former Justified supervising producer Escajeda is under an overall deal.

    The one-hour drama, titled On The Line, is inspired by Yoon but centers on a female chef, Juna Kim, a man-izing, motorcycle-riding force of nature who must battle the “banging and brawling” chaos of her restaurant staff, the disdain of her old-school Korean parents, and the return of her estranged ex-husband, all while struggling to push her career beyond the famous burger that made her a star.

  • 20:10 - Modern Family EP Danny Zuker Sells Comedy Set Behind Scenes Of Family Sitcom To ABC As Put Pilot
    “This is a classic example of writing what you know,” Modern Family executive producer Danny Zuker says about his new comedy project Family Show, which has landed at ABC with a put pilot commitment.

    The single-camera project, from 20th Century Fox TV, is a workplace/family comedy “about the imperfect people who strive to be half as good as the perfect TV family they create every week for America.” Said to be in the vein of The Larry Sanders Show, Family Show will be set behind the scenes of a fictional family sitcom, following crew members on set and at home. Zuker, who has been on Modern Family since after the pilot, will write and executive produce.

    The genesis of the idea for Family Show stems from a parenting moment that happened during the second season of Modern Family. One night, shortly after he and his twin teenage daughters had watched a new episode of the ABC comedy, Zuker was grounding one of them, taking away her computer to screams of “You are the worst.” But then, “in a moment of exasperation”, his daughter added a new wrinkle to the typical rebel teenage girl rant. “How can you write such a great dad on the show but can’t be a good dad in real life?” Zuker immediately thought, “That may be a show.”

  • 20:10 - Modern Family - Episode 7.04 - She Crazy - Sneak Peeks

  • 20:00 - Dr. Ken - Episode 1.05 - Halloween-Aversary - Press Release
    “Halloween-Aversary” – The episode opens with a flashback to Ken’s botched marriage proposal on Halloween. Now 20 years later, Ken tries to arrange the perfect re-proposal for Allison. Meanwhile at the office, which is decorated for Halloween, Damona and Julie accidentally drug Pat and then take advantage of their boss’ suddenly giving mood, on “Dr. Ken,” FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30 (8:31-9:00 p.m. ET/PT) on the ABC Television Network.

    “Dr. Ken” stars Ken Jeong as Dr. Ken, Suzy Nakamura as Allison, Tisha Campbell Martin as Damona, Jonathan Slavin as Clark, Kate Simses as Julie, Albert Tsai as Dave, Krista Marie Yu as Molly, and Dave Foley as Pat.

    Guest cast: Toby Huss as Captain Spooky, Wil Garret as elderly patient, Jeff Marlow as salesman.

    “Halloween-Aversary” was written by Anthony Rich and directed by Erik Sommers. Executive producers are Mike Sikowitz, John Davis and John Fox. Ken Jeong and Mike O’Connell are co-executive producers. “Dr. Ken” is produced by Sony Pictures Television and ABC Studios.

  • 20:00 - Small Town Love - ABC Developing Comedy from the Creators of Trophy Wife Based on a Swedish Series
    ABC has put in development single-camera comedy Small Town Love, an adaptation of the Swedish series Ack Värmland (international title Small Town Love). Written by Trophy Wife creators Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins, the show is about a mother and daughter who get pregnant at the same time from their deadbeat boyfriends. It chronicles how the relentlessly positive Annette and her super sarcastic daughter Fanny and their less-than-stellar baby daddies scrape by in a small working class town. ABC Studios, where Halpern and Haskins are under an overall deal, is the studio. Aaron Kaplan of Kapital Entertainment executive produces alongside Halpern and Haskins.

  • 20:00 - In Deep - FOX Developing Soapy FBI Drama
    Fox has bought a script from Kathryn Price and Nichole Millard for a soapy drama, revolving around a team of undercover FBI agents, Variety has learned exclusively.

    Titled “In Deep,” the potential series is about FBI agents who live double lives, as they investigate a new case each season. The first season would revolve around a murder investigation in the sexy world of competitive surfing on the North Shore of Oahu.

  • 19:50 - MOVIES: Bridget Jones's Baby - Release Date Announced
    Bridget Jones is getting ready to return to theaters after a 12-year hiatus.

    Universal, Miramax and Studiocanal’s Bridget Jones's Baby has been slated for release on Sept. 16, 2016.

    Renee Zellweger and Colin Firth are reprising their roles in the comedy sequel. Sharon Maguire, who helmed the original Bridget Jones’s Diary will direct the new film based on creator Helen Fielding’s heroine.

    The story centers on the next chapter of Bridget Jones's life when she finds herself unexpectedly expecting a baby.

  • 19:50 - Modern Family - Season 7 - Keegan-Michael Key and Ray Liotta to Guest Star
    Keegan-Michael Key has found a new partner – at least for one episode of Modern Family.

    EW has learned that the Key & Peele star will appear on the ABC comedy with Christine Lakin (Step By Step). The pair will play an extremely rich couple whom Phil (Ty Burrell) and Claire (Julie Bowen) encounter on an all-inclusive vacation.

    Titled “Playdates,” the episode also features Ray Liotta as himself in a different story line. It is slated to air later this year.

  • 16:40 - Shooter - Shantel VanSanten joins cast
    USA Network has cast Ryan Phillippe's wife in drama pilot Shooter.

    One Tree Hill alum Shantel VanSanten has been tapped to co-star in the potential series based on the 2007 Mark Wahlberg feature film of the same name.

    Based on Stephen Hunter's best-selling novel Point of Impact, and the 2007 Paramount feature that starred Wahlberg, VanSanten will play Julie Swagger, the wife and best friend of Bob Lee (Phillipe), a former Marine sniper now living off the grid. Julie’s toughness and strong will provided a stable home life for their daughter, while her husband was deployed. Now that he is home, she works hard to create their life together, which is shattered by events no one could have seen coming.

  • 12:10 - Crazy Ex-Girlfriend - Dr. Phil To Guest Star?

  • 10:30 - Modern Family - Episode 7.05 - The Verdict - Press Release


    “The Verdict” – Claire is excited to give Haley and Alex a great experience for “Bring Your Daughter to Work Day” but the staff is not making it easy, and Phil takes Luke and Manny’s class out for community service day, which becomes a teachable moment in more ways than one. Elsewhere, Gloria is thrilled to be on jury duty leaving Jay to help out at Joe’s pre-school and he is not happy about it at all. Cam and Mitch disagree over which of their friends to invite to their party, so could Gloria help mediate? On “Modern Family,” WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21 (9:00-9:31 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

    “Modern Family” stars Ed O’Neill as Jay Pritchett, Julie Bowen as Claire Dunphy, Ty Burrell as Phil Dunphy, Sofia Vergara as Gloria Pritchett, Jesse Tyler Ferguson as Mitchell Pritchett, Eric Stonestreet as Cameron Tucker, Sarah Hyland as Haley Dunphy, Nolan Gould as Luke Dunphy, Ariel Winter as Alex Dunphy, Rico Rodriguez as Manny Delgado, Aubrey Anderson-Emmons as Lily Tucker-Pritchett and Jeremy Maguire as Joe Pritchett.

    Guest cast includes Ron Perkins as Judge, Tijuana Ricks as Defense Attorney, Vicki Lewis as Erica, Marsha Kramer as Margaret, Kevin Chamberlin as Monty, Craig Welzbacher as Mark, Lateefah Holder as Nicole, Philip Anthony-Rodriguez as Tim, Kasey Mahaffy as Dom, Christopher Darga as Lou, Spenser McNeil as Reuben, Kevin Berntson as Raymond and Jackson Garner as Tommy.

    “The Verdict” was written by Chuck Tathum and directed by Alisa Statman.


  • 10:30 - Black-ish - Episode 2.04 - Daddy's Day - Sneak Peeks

  • 10:30 - The Grinder - Episode 1.03 - The Curious Disappearance of Mr. Donovan - Sneak Peeks

  • 10:30 - Grandfathered - Episode 1.03 - Guy's Night - Sneak Peeks