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The SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel - 12th January 2016 *Updated*



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01:10 - Superstore - Episode 1.06 - Secret Shopper - Sneak Peeks





  • 01:10 - Turn - Season 3 - Dillon Casey to Guest
    In other casting news, “Nikita” alum Dillon Casey has booked a guest role on AMC’s “Turn: Washington’s Spies,” Variety has learned exclusively. He will be playing Lt. Randall, a Continental soldier in Washington’s camp who uses his good looks to hide his dark intentions. Recently, Casey also had a small but pivotal arc on “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD” on ABC. The new role reunites him with “Nikita” showrunner Craig Silverstein, who created “Turn.”
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  • 01:10 - It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Episode 11.02 - Frank Falls Out the Window - Promotional Photos
    • Galavant - Episode 2.05/2.06 - Promo

    • 20:25 - Dr. Ken - Episode 1.13 - D.K. and the Dishwasher - Promotional Photos

    • 19:35 - Superstore - Episode 1.06 - The Secret Shopper - Promotional Photos

    • 22:45 - Mike and Molly - Episode 6.04 - Super Cop - Promotional Photos

    • 19:55 - Angel from Hell - Episode 1.04 - Family Business - Promotional Photos

    • 19:55 - The Muppets - Midseason Reboot THR Interview - Classic Sketches, Returning Favorites & More
      New showrunner Kristin Newman talks with THR about how she plans to bring more "joy" to the series: Adding a human foil ('Mindy Project's' Utkarsh Ambudkar) and sketches to Miss Piggy's 'Up Late' in addition to updating old bits and more.

      Then critics saw the first few episodes and the lackluster reviews came in. So it was perhaps no surprise that after a healthy premiere, ratings dropped off to a string of series lows as complaints about a mean Miss Piggy and sad-sack Kermit started to grow louder. Eventually, showrunner Bob Kushell — who co-created the series with Muppets grad Bill Prady (The Big Bang Theory) — was let go. In came fresh blood with Kristin Newman (Galavant) taking over day-to-day duties on the series as ABC touted a midseason reboot in a bid to help salvage the franchise.

      Here, Newman opens up to The Hollywood Reporter about the lack of joy in the first half of the season (an opinion shared by ABC Entertainment Group president Paul Lee) and outlines her plans to breathe new life into the show. Gone is the cruel Piggy and back are stories about her romance with Kermit (though they're still not together). Also in are classic Muppets characters (including Gonzo's girlfriend) as well as updated versions of decades-old sketches. Also changing? The Muppets are back to working together against a common foil (The Mindy Project's Utkarsh Ambudkar). Read on for more of Newman's plans to save the franchise.

      As was addressing the break-up. The whole marketing campaign was based on that, and the show never explored it. There were no ongoing serialized storylines. Is that something you'll be changing?

      Yes. I like story arcs, I like some serialization, I love rom-coms and I believe Piggy and Kermit, deep down, are drawn to each other — and always will be, even if they have a hard time working it out. During the Christmas break, Piggy is sad that she was going to be alone at Christmas and realizes that maybe she needs to not be sitting around, waiting and being lonely. She gets on a plane and goes to Argentina on a solo adventure and as a woman to take care of herself and has an incredible time. She comes back really focused on her work-life balance and bettering herself. She's going to start to work on her friendships and realize she's lost herself in little bits.

      And became mean.

      And she lost the love of her life as a result of it. She's going to be finding her voice again — and Kermit is going to notice.

    • 19:55 - Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Season 3 - Craig Robinson and Oscar Nunez to Guest
      A pair of stars from The Office are headed to the Nine-Nine.

      Oscar Nunez and Craig Robinson will guest-star in successive episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, EW has learned exclusively.

      Nunez will be up first, appearing in the Jan. 19 episode of Fox’s cop comedy. He plays a doctor who gives Jake (Andy Samberg) and Holt (Andre Braugher) some bad news about their health.

      Robinson makes his return as the Pontiac Bandit in the Jan. 26 installment. The charming and slippery car thief — who appeared on the cop comedy once in season 1 and once in season 2 — re-enters the picture when Jake (Andy Samberg) and Amy (Melissa Fumero) go on a cruise together and discover that he is on the ship with them.
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    • 11:05 - Stitchers - Season 2 - Short Teaser
      Thanks to Ivan for the heads up.



    • 20:33 - Dark Matter - Season 2 - New BTS Photo


      Source: Joseph Mallozzi

    • 15:00 - The Real O'Neals - First Look Promotional Poster

    • 15:00 - Telenovela - Episode 1.07 - The Grand Gesture - Promotional Photos

    • 15:00 - Superstore - Episode 1.05 - Shoplifter - Promotional Photos

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