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The SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel - 23rd October *Updated*

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  • 04:15 - The Knick - Episode 2.03 - The Best With The Best To Get The Best - Promo

  • 04:15 - Z Nation - Episode 2.08 - The Collector - Promo feat George RR Martin

  • 03:00 - The Originals - Episode 3.03 - I'll See You in Hell, or New Orleans - Post Mortem
    Thanks to Bazooka for the heads up.
    Everyone loves and hates flashback wigs with equal measure. We do our best. What most people don’t know is that wigs do not like humidity. At all. This summer in Atlanta was horribly hot and rainy. Please address all complaints about flashback wigs to El Nino.

    This episode also welcomed Tracy Ifeachor as ancient vampire Aya. Tracy originally was hired to appear in the final scene of last season’s finale, only we ended up dropping the scene. But we loved her, so we created a new role for her this year. Stay tuned later this season for flashbacks to the Crusades where we’ll learn Aya’s backstory.

  • 22:10 - Blue Bloods - Episode 6.05 - Backstabbers - Sneak Peeks

  • 22:10 - You're The Worst - Episode 2.08 - Spooky Sunday Funday - Promotional Photos

  • 22:10 - Mom - Episode 3.02 - Thigh Gap and a Rack of Lamb - Promotional Photos

  • 22:10 - Mom - Season 3 - Joe Manganiello to Guest
    EW has learned exclusively that Joe Manganiello, last seen with hardly nothing on in Magic Mike XXL, will play opposite Anna Faris in an upcoming episode of the CBS sitcom.

    Manganiello will play Julian, a newcomer to Alcoholics Anonymous who Christy (Faris) takes under her wing. It’s not so easy for Christy to help him, though, since Julian is so dang hot.

  • 22:05 - Da Vinci’s Demons - Cancelled Series - Could Return for a Fourth Season
    Thanks to Brian for the heads up.
    "There's a possibility we could do a fourth season in a couple of years," he said. "There's an idea that takes place 15 years later.

    "Say we did it four or five years later, it would be a self-contained eight-episode thing. We may still do that, as it takes place during the Bonfire of the Vanities."

    However, Goyer also reassured fans of the show that it will definitely have a satisfying ending in case it doesn't come back.

  • 22:05 - CSI: Cyber - Episode 2.04 - Red Crone - Sneak Peek

  • 22:05 - The Better Half - ABC Developing Comedy about a Mexican-American Family
    ABC is developing The Better Half, a multi-camera comedy from comedian Patti Vasquez, TV writer Emilia Serrano and ABC Studios. In conjunction with The Better Half, ABC Studios has inked a talent deal with Vasquez. There is a possibility for her to star in the project, though that has not been determined.

    The Better Half, inspired by Vasquez’s family, centers on a Mexican-American working mother who is a well-intentioned and sometimes-misguided citizen disrupter. She tackles the small and large injustices around her for the greater good, even though many times no one asks her to. Her well-meaning actions create consequences that affect her career, community and home life in the crowded Chicago brownstone she shares with her parents, husband and children.

    The project — the first network comedy created by two Latinas — originally was developed by Tapestry Television’s Michael Schreiber, who will executive produce with Peter Abrams and Robert Levy. Vasquez’s business partner Kevin Cleary also will be a producer on the project.

  • 22:00 - Weird Like Us - FOX Developing Comedy Produced by Ed Helms
    Fox and Ed Helms are ready to get Weird.

    The network has handed out a script commitment to comedy Weird Like Us, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    The single-camera entry revolves around a pair of biodiesel-driving, backyard beekeeping, counterculture rebels who face a family crisis when their own children rebel — by going mainstream.

    Emmy winner Max Werner (The Colbert Show) will pen the script. Helms will exec produce the Universal Television comedy via his studio-based Pacific Electric Picture Co. banner alongside exec vp production and development Mike Falbo.

  • Donny! - First Look Promotional Poster

  • 10:30 - South Park - Being Sued By Yelp - Creators Respond With A Yelp Review
    Matt Stone and Trey Parker have never been afraid of offending anyone. South Park has had digs at organised religion, the disabled, and a host of celebrities including Ben Affleck, George W. Bush, Tom Cruise, Princess Diana and Michael Jackson – so taking on a big national corporation is no big deal.
    Their latest episode targeted its satirical cross-hairs directly at Yelp, the hugely popular crowd-sourced review site. In their attempt to mock the company, Parker and Stone painted them as self-important food critics… and then proceeded to compare Yelpers to members of ISIS. Ouch.
    As you can imagine the powers that be at Yelp aren’t too happy about the episode, and are suing the pair for a whopping $10 million in damages.
    Yelp’s official statement was pretty strong:


  • 04:20 - The Player - Episode 1.06 - The Norseman - Promo

  • 01:30 - 36-24-36 - Comedy in Development about 1990s Game Show Models at Showtime
    Showtime is developing 36-24-36, a half-hour comedy executive produced by author/screenwriter/playwright Delia Ephron (You’ve Got Mail) an producer Debra Martin Chase (Sparkle). Written by Ephron, 36-24-36, whose title refers to what had been considered “ideal” female model measurements, is about the first black TV model to be featured on a major game show in 1990. Celebrity and glamour collide with sexual harassment, racism, misogyny, homophobia, bulimia and job insecurity, for the four gorgeous models on the No. 1 game show of the ‘90’s.

  • 01:10 - Chicago Med - Brennan Brown Cast in a Recurring Role
    Brennan Brown (Beauty and the Beast, Person of Interest) will recur on NBC’s upcoming Chicago Fire offshoot, TVLine has learned exclusively.

    He will play Dr. Sam Abrams, a cantankerous, irritable but brilliant neurosurgeon. Per the official character description, he has “no patience for young, cocky, privileged, hot-headed doctors who lack his old-school work ethic. Though his bedside manner is lacking, his surgical skills make up for his astringent attitude.”

  • 01:05 - Untitled Cop Drama Based on the NY Times Story "Who Runs the Streets of New Orleans?" in Development at FOX from POI's David Slack
    'Person of Interest's' David Slack will pen the script and exec produce with Len Wiseman.

    Fox is looking to put a new spin on the cop drama.

    The network has handed out a script commitment to an untitled drama based on the New York Times story "Who Runs the Streets of New Orleans?"

    The drama is inspired by the article and explores what happens when an enigmatic tech billionaire makes a deal with a bankrupt, dying city to provide a privately owned and operated police force.

    Person of Interest co-EP David Slack will pen the script and exec produce the 20th Century Fox Television drama alongside Len Wiseman, who will direct the pilot should the drama move forward. David Bernardi, Dennis Kim and Todd Hoffman will also exec produce.

  • 01:05 - Jet Set - FBI Drama in Development at CBS
    CBS has put in development Jet Set, a drama from National Treasure helmer Jon Turteltaub and CBS TV Studios. Turteltaub is executive producing through his Junction Entertainment banner. J.P. Lavin and Chad Damiani are co-writing and executive producing.

    In Jet Set, a young, rich socialite partners with a blue-collar FBI agent to pose as the new “it” couple to investigate and apprehend suspects who have hidden behind wealth and influence to escape other charges.

  • 22:40 - Krypton - In Development TV Project - David Goyer Says Krypton Takes Place 200 Years Before Man Of Steel
    Thanks to RD for the heads up.
    At a press junket for Da Vinci's Demons ComicBook's Ashley Robinson managed to sneak in a couple of questions about David S. Goyer's in-development DC Comics TV project, Krypton. The show, meant to show Krypton at its height of power, is in development at Syfy, but not much has been revealed about it so far. Now we know when it takes place, relative to the DC film universe that was launched with Man of Steel, which showed a bit of Krypton itself.

    "It takes place 200 years before Man of Steel," Goyer said at the junket. "We're treating Krypton like it's a historical piece," which is something it shares with the TV show he was there to directly promote. "We look to previous cultures on Earth to model what that would be like."

    hey plan to show a lot more than what was seen in Man of Steel, of course, which focused primarily on the end of Krypton as it exploded due to generations of abuse of the world. The idea of digging deep attracted Goyer.

    "We scratched the surface in the film and, for me, that was the allure," he said. "I was always fascinated, as a kid, with the books about Krypton and they’ve only shaded in a tiny bit, so we’ll learn about the politics of the world. We’ll learn about the culture, the art, all the different guilds."

  • 22:40 - Gotham - Season 2 - EP Confirms Azrael Coming to Gotham with Order of St. Dumas
    Thanks to RD for the heads up.

    A key piece of that mythology was the reveal that the Galavan family is really of the Dumas line, and that the Order of St. Dumas is involved in their scheme of revenge against Gotham in general and the Wayne family in particular. Of course, in the comic books, where the Order of St. Dumas goes, typically their chief warrior follows, and that means Azrael could come to Gotham in some form, and very soon. We asked Gotham EP John Stephens about the Order of St. Dumas and their warrior vigilante, and he was surprisingly candid.

    "We will be going deeper into the Order of St. Dumas over the next run of episodes, and it will continue to play an evolving role for the rest of the season," Stephens told exclusively. Of course, there was a second half, and when I asked him about the link between St. Dumas and Azrael, he blew my mind. "And yes, we wouldn’t be telling an Order of St. Dumas story without also intending to tell an Azrael story. Just keep watching.”

  • 22:05 - Truth Be Told - Episode 1.02 - Adult Content - Promotional Photos

  • 22:05 - Blood and Oil - Episode 1.07 - Fight or Flight - Promotional Photos

  • 20:55 - Citizen Floyd - Comedy with Political Elements Receives a Put Pilot at FOX
    Dan Sterling, who wrote the The Interview, is reteaming with the controversial film’ directors Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg for another comedy project with political elements, this time in TV. The trio has sold a half-hour comedy, Citizen Floyd, to Fox with a put pilot commitment. 20th Century Fox Television, where Sterling is under an overall deal, is the studio.

    Written/executive produced by Sterling, Citizen Floyd (a take on Citizen Kane?) is described as workplace comedy with political, action and suspense elements and no further details provided. Rogen and Goldberg executive produce through their Point Grey Pictures, with the company’s James Weaver also executive producing.

  • 20:35 - The Knick - Episode 2.02 - You're No Rose - Sneak Peek + Promotional Photos

  • 20:35 - MOVIES: Power Rangers - Ludi Lin Cast as Black Ranger

  • 20:30 - The Originals - Video with Joseph Morgan & Daniel Gillies
    Thanks to A for the heads up.

    Promotional Video 3 ;) #theOriginals tonight 9pm CW

    A video posted by Joseph Morgan (@therealjosephmorgan) on

  • 12:00 - The Player - Episode 1.06 - The Norseman - Promotional Photos