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The SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel - 14th December *Updated

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  • 03:50 - Top Ten Broadcast Network TV Shows

  • 03:50 - Supergirl - Midseason Finale Post Mortem Interview
    Thanks to Ivan for the heads up.
    How much is Astra genuinely wanting to save the world and how much is this Non influencing her?
    It’s actually the other way around. If Non had his way, he would be launching war. It’s Astra who says that there’s a better way to save a planet and save a people from themselves. That’s what they’re dealing with.

    Do you think there was always a part of Cat that knew Kara was Supergirl?
    No, but what’s interesting is Cat does have a little bit of a Keyser Söze moment in episode 8, where Kara does something a little bit beyond the ability of a human being, and then it makes Cat start to think about, “Well, in episode 5, Livewire attacked us, I sent you for help, and then Supergirl showed up. You’re never sick. You were the one who was so upset about me calling Supergirl.” She’s starting to piece it all together. That’s how it comes out. How the two of them deal with it in episode 9 is both hilarious and heartbreaking and emotional. It’s very cool.

  • 01:50 - 2 Black Dudes - Comedy Produced By Seth MacFarlane In Development at Fox
    J Lee landed his first job as a writer on Seth MacFarlane’s The Cleveland Show. Now Lee is getting a shot at creating a TV series with the help of the top comedy producer. Fox has put in development 2 Black Dudes, a single-camera comedy written by Lee, with MacFarlane executive producing alongside Mike Mariano (Raising Hope) who will serve as showrunner. 20th Century Fox TV, where MacFarlane is under an overall deal, is the studio.

    2 Black Dudes is described as an edgy comedy about, well, two black dudes. Originally from St. Louis, two cousins with two completely different perspectives on life, now live in Los Angeles and continuously bump heads on everything from religion, sex, politics, and being black in America all the way down to who’s the best ninja turtle.

  • 01:50 - Lee Daniel's FOX Music Pilot - Nicholas Gonzalez Joins Cast
    Nicholas Gonzalez has been cast opposite Queen Latifah and Benjamin Bratt in Fox’s untitled pilot from Empire co-creator Lee Daniels (aka Star). Co-written by Daniels and Tom Donaghy and directed by Daniels, the pilot follows three young women (Jude Demorest, Ryan Destiny, Brittany O’Grady), who form a girl group with hopes of making it big in the music industry, and the choices with which they’re faced along the way. Gonzalez, repped by Pakula/King & Associates and LINK, will play the abusive foster father to Simone (O’Grady), the younger sister of Star (Demorest). Gonzalez just wrapped on indie Praying For Rain and was recently seen in recurring roles on The CW’s Jane The Virgin and Amazon’s Bosch.

  • 22:50 - Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Season 3 - Damon Wayans Jr. to Guest
    Damon Wayans Jr. is returning to Fox.

    The New Girl alum has been tapped to guest star on the network's Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    Wayans will portray Stevie, Jake's (Andy Samberg) first partner from back in their beat cop days. Set to air in early 2016, the episode will find Jake excited to relive their glory days as they investigate a case together — though that unfortunately will create a few bumps with Jake's friendship with Charles (Joe Lo Truglio).

  • 22:10 - Grandfathered - Michael Trucco Joins Cast
    Michael Trucco (Battlestar Galactica) has been cast opposite John Stamos and Paget Brewster on Fox’s comedy Grandfathered.

    Created and written by Daniel Chun, Grandfathered stars Stamos as a life-long bachelor who suddenly finds out he is a father and a grandfather. Trucco will play Craig, a sexy hipster musician who will play Sara’s (Brewster) new love interest. Craig is an old flame who comes back into Sara’s life.

  • 22:10 - Xena Reboot - Finds Writer
    Thanks to S2 for the heads up.

    Xena: Warrior Princess just took another key step forward to returning to air.

    NBC has not only confirmed that the show is in development after months of rumors, but a writer-producer has been hired: Javier Grillo-Marxuach, who has worked on Syfy’s Helix, NBC’s Medium and ABC’s Lost.

  • 22:10 - Man Seeking Woman - Episode 2.02 - Feather - Press Release
    Episode 2 / Production #202 – “Feather” (Airs January 13, 10:30 pm e/p) – Josh struggles to satisfy his girlfriend. Written by Robert Padnick; directed by Michael Dowse.

  • 22:10 - It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Episode 11.01 & 11.02 - Press Release
    Episode 1 / Production #1105 – “Chardee MacDennis 2: Electric Boogaloo” (Airs January 6, 10:00 pm e/p) – The gang agrees to a truce while demonstrating Chardee MacDennis for an interested board game executive, but the nature of the game quickly sends things off the rails. Written by Rob McElhenney & Charlie Day; directed by Heath Cullens.

    Episode 2 / Production #1104 – “Frank Falls Out the Window” (Airs January 13, 10:00 pm e/p) – Frank falls out the window causing him to think it’s 2006, the gang approaches it as a do-over and attempts to fix their past mistakes. Written by David Hornsby; directed by Heath Cullens.

  • 10:30 - Marvel Unlimited - First Month Free
    Marvels Netflix-like service for reading comics (Marvel Unlimited) has a 1 month free promotion currently. [LINK]

  • 10:30 - Madam Secretary - Midseason Finale - Post-Mortem
    Read the Article at EW.

  • 03:10 - Agent X - Episode 1.08 - Angels And Demons - Promo

  • 21:10 - Bob’s Your Uncle - CBS Developing Comedy from Survivor Winner John Cochran & Greg Garcia
    John Cochran’s dream Hollywood run continues. After winning Survivor: Caramoan, he landed a comedy writer job on the CBS series The Millers. And now the 28-year-old Harvard Law graduate is getting a shot at creating his own show with the help of his mentor, The Millers creator Greg Garcia.

    CBS has put in development Bob’s Your Uncle, a multi-camera comedy written by Cochran and executive produced by Garcia. The project, from CBS Studios and Garcia’s studio-based Amigos de Garcia Productions, centers on a hot shot lawyer who takes his socially awkward nephew under his wing and becomes his guide both in and out of the office. Cochran co-executive produces with Amigos de Garcia’s Alix Jaffe.

  • 21:10 - The Recruiters - Jihadi Recruitment Drama In Development from Kathryn Bigelow at HBO
    HBO is going back into business with Kathryn Bigelow.

    The premium cable network is teaming with the Oscar-winning director behind The Hurt Locker to develop the drama The Recruiters, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    The drama, based on an original idea, looks to unveil what is considered a world that's hidden in plain sight. Set in Minnesota, the drama "will draw open an iron curtain behind which viewers will see the highly impenetrable world of Jihadi recruitment."

    Somali Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, poet K'naan Warsame will pen the script, executive produce and direct the project, should it move to the pilot stage. Bigelow and former HBO president Carolyn Strauss also will exec produce.

  • 21:10 - Dr. Ken - Joel McHale and Danny Pudi to Guest
    Thanks to Chris for the heads up.

    Cool cool cool: Community’s Danny Pudi and Joel McHale are reuniting with co-star Ken Jeong on his new comedy, ABC’s Dr. Ken.

    McHale and Pudi will pop-pop up on the Valentine’s Day episode of Dr. Ken, which airs Feb. 5. The episode will tape next month.

    McHale will play Ross Kirkland, the “snarky bulldog of a medical malpractice attorney, who’s been a nemesis of Ken’s for years. Ken finally gets his chance to go toe-to-toe with Ross when their children strike up a Romeo and Juliet-style romance.” Pudi will join in as Topher Mitchum, who is “Julie’s (Kate Simses) on-again/off-again boyfriend. Seemingly sweet and unassuming, Topher is, in reality, a manipulative Casanova, who inexplicably has Julie under his spell.”

    It’s a reunion for Jeong, Pudi and McHale, who spent six seasons (and perhaps, one day, a movie) together on Community.

  • 23:00 - Manhattan - Episode 2.10 (Season Finale) - Title and Synopsis
    Manhattan - Episode 2.10 - Jupiter (Season Finale)

    A new era is ushered in with the first test of an atomic weapon.

  • 23:00 - American Horror Story: Freak Show Actress, Rose Siggins Has Died
    Siggins' manager informed fans on Friday that the actress was "in the hospital and the outlook on her current health is grim."

    Rose Siggins, the actress who played Legless Suzi on FX's American Horror Story: Freak Show, died Saturday morning in Denver, Co., The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. She was 43.

    Siggins' manager, James Mullen, told THR of Siggins' passing and also made an announcement early Saturday on a Go Fund Me page that has been set up for the actress' children. "I'm sad to report that Rose has passed away this morning around 7:30am. All funds raised will now be directed to final expenses and the continuing support of her children," he wrote.

    The post continued: "I suppose Elsa Mars said it best: 'The death of a beloved monster is always a sorrow, but never a surprise. If oddly-formed organs or a random physical anomaly doesn't claim them, then it is at the sheer density of their blaze. A carny's life burns and brighter than most. It is bound to extinguish sooner.'"