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SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel - 13th December 2018 *Updated*



13th December 2018

Black Mirror - Season 5 - Miley Cyrus to Star in Episode of Netflix Anthology

The singer-actress said that she'd been away from home during the blaze, filming in South Africa, which led to a confirmation of recent reports that she will appear in the upcoming season of Netflix's dystopian future drama series Black Mirror.

"I'm really actually excited for everyone to watch the 'headshaking project' we said yes to [before]," she said cryptically. "The minute I say I never want to do something again, all of a sudden, there I am."

Cyrus said she's been hunkering down working on her next album — due out next year — and because she always "hates everything" she does in retrospect, the return to acting on Black Mirror was a revelation. "I hate everything, but it was the first time I've left somewhere feeling really proud of my work," she said.

She couldn't say much, but promised that she plays a dynamic role that has a "lot of different sides" to the character.




3Below: Tales of Arcadia - Trailer

From visionary director Guillermo del Toro and the team behind DreamWorks Trollhunters comes an epic, hilarious tale of alien royalty who must escape intergalactic bounty hunters by blending in on a primitive junk heap known as Earth. 3Below arrives on Netflix December 21!





MOVIES: Bird Box - Trailer 2 feat Sandra Bullock





Pinky Malinky - Trailer

Join Pinky Malinky and his best friends, Babs and JJ, as they make movies, drop sick beats, and explore their hometown of Sackenhack! See all of Pinky's crazy adventures this January 1st, only on Netflix.





Blacksmith - Drama Based on Graphic Novel in Development at NBC

EXCLUSIVE: NBC has put in development drama Blacksmith based on the graphic novel by Malik Evans and Richard Sparkman, from feature writer-director Jeff Wadlow (Truth or Dare). Universal TV produces in association with Studio71, a digital media company and premium content studio, and Kickstart, the company behind the Blacksmith comics.

Written by Wadlow, Blacksmith is centered on Alex Malloy, known in the intelligence community for building high-tech weapons for U.S. government agencies. When he discovers some of the files containing his weapon designs have fallen into the wrong hands, he sets off on a journey to recover the files before his weapons are used for harm.

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New York Undercover - Cop Drama from Hand of God Creator & Dick Wolf Receives Pilot Production Commitment at ABC

ABC has closed a deal for a pilot production commitment to New York Undercover, a new incarnation of Dick Wolf’s 1994 cop drama series, which will be written by Hand of God creator Ben Watkins. The project from Wolf Entertainment is a co-production between Universal TV, where the company is based, and ABC Studios.

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11th December 2018

The Terror - Season 2 - Cristina Rodlo Joins AMC Horror Anthology

Cristina Rodlo will play Luz, a nursing student who must make some tough decisions between her personal and professional life.




Will and Grace - Season 10 - Samira Wiley to Guest in 3 Episodes

Samira Wiley has booked a recurring guest arc on the NBC revival for three episodes.

Wiley will play Nikki, a cool and confident woman working in the same building as Karen Walker (Megan Mullally). When the pair get snowed in at the office, Nikki gets the newly divorced Karen to open up about her love life.




Riches To Rags - Comedy Starring Jaime Camil from Jane the Virgin Creator & Will and Grace Executive Producer in Development at CBS; You're Killing Me - Comedy from Jennie Snyder Urman & Gina Rodriguez in Development at CBS All Access

Jane the Virgin creator/executive producer Jennie Snyder Urman has teamed with veteran development executive Joanna Klein to launch Sutton St. Productions. Riches To Rags, a multi-camera comedy at CBS headlined and executive produced by Jane standout Jaime Camil, and You’re Killing Me, a comedy at CBS All Access executive produced by Jane star Gina Rodriguez who could potentially act in it.

In Riches To Rags, written by Will & Grace executive producer Alex Herschlag, when an outrageously wealthy trust fund baby is cut off by his father, he and his wife move into her sister’s Reseda condo where they delight in the “charms” of the working class but mourn the loss of being the 1% of the 1%.

Co-written by Urman and former Jane the Virgin co-executive producer David Rosenthal, You’re Killing Me for CBS All Access  centers on Gracie who thought she was cursed with an overbearing mother. But when her mom dies unexpectedly and haunts Gracie for real, Gracie’s worst nightmare becomes her mom’s dream come true. Urman, Rosenthal and Rodriguez executive produce with Klein and Emily Gipson.




Comedy Set in Alaska in Development at NBC

NBC is developing a single-camera show set in Alaska, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The untitled project comes from creator Blake McCormick (Single Parents) and 20th Century Fox TV.

The show, which currently has a script commitment, would follow a "meek and modest" man from Los Angeles who travels to remote, small-town Alaska to claim a mysterious inheritance after the death of his estranged uncle.




Conway - Crime Drama from Vin Diesel in Development at NBC

NBC has put in development Conway, a crime drama about a brilliant detective from Vin Diesel, his One Race TV and Universal Television.

Written by Jonny Umansky, Conway centers around St. Louis detective Cal Conway, who finds his world turned upside down when he wakes up from a coma with exceptional cognitive abilities. Returning to the force, he sets out to solve the city’s most complex cases but the discovery of a lethal side effect makes Cal wonder whether his new abilities are more of a blessing or a curse.




MOVIES: Brightburn - Trailer feat Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn, Matt Jones & Meredith Hagner





MOVIES: Triple Frontier - Trailer feat Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal





7th December 2018

MOVIES: Kim Possible - Trailer + Premiere Date



COMEDIC ACTION-ADVENTURE MOVIE 'KIM POSSIBLE' KICKS OFF AN ACTION-PACKED NIGHT OF PREMIERES ON FRIDAY, FEB. 15

"Kim Possible," a Disney Channel Original Movie based on the beloved animated series, will premiere FRIDAY, FEB. 15 (8:00-9:32 p.m. EST/PST), on Disney Channel and DisneyNOW. In this comedic action-adventure, a live-action transformation of the original series, newcomer Sadie Stanley stars as the iconic teen hero Kim Possible along with Sean Giambrone (ABC's "The Goldbergs") as her best friend and sidekick, Ron Stoppable. Immediately following "Kim Possible," Disney Channel will present a first look at the new eight-part miniseries "Fast Layne," with an episode titled "Mile 1: the Voice in the Shed." "Fast Layne" will move to its regular timeslot with a second installment, "Mile 2: Paid to Drive," on SUNDAY, FEB. 17 (8:00-8:30 p.m. EST/PST). Both episodes will be available on DisneyNOW.

"Kim Possible" begins as Kim and her best friend and sidekick, Ron Stoppable, start Middleton High School where Kim must navigate an intimidating new social hierarchy. She is ready to tackle the challenge head-on, just as she has with everything else in life, but her confidence is shaken when she faces roadblocks at every turn - getting lost in the confusing hallways, being late to class and facing rejection during soccer tryouts from her frenemy, Bonnie. Kim's day starts to turn around when she and Ron meet and befriend Athena, a new classmate and Kim Possible superfan who is having an even worse day than Kim. With Kim's guidance and friendship, Athena transforms into the newest member of Team Possible. Soon, Athena starts to eclipse Kim just as the nefarious Drakken and Shego resurface in Middleton with a master plan to finally stop Kim. Now it's up to Team Possible - Kim, Ron, tech-genius Wade, new friend Athena and Rufus, a Naked mole-rat that Ron meets along the way - to stop these super villains.

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Blue-Collar Factory Town Family Comedy in Development at ABC

ABC has put in development a single camera blue-collar family comedy from writer Paul McLalin, SMILF executive producer Lee Eisenberg, Ruben Fleischer and David Bernad’s The District and ABC Studios.

Written by McLalin, the Untitled Factory Town Project follows a blue-collar family in Kalamazoo, Michigan who are adjusting to life after the family’s patriarch is laid off from the local manufacturing plant by his son and both have to adjust to their new roles in the family.

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Deadtown - Female Empowerment Superhero Drama in Development at Amazon

EXCLUSIVE: Amazon Studios has stepped up for Deadtown, an Entertainment One and Grey Matter Entertainment script that will be developed for a pilot by Shauna Cross. Deadtown is an adaptation of the Catherynne M. Valente novella The Refrigerator Monologues and the hourlong premise is a blueprint to create an original superhero universe set in the modern era with an underlying theme of female empowerment.

Five recently-dead women meet in Deadtown, a purgatory where they discover that their entire lives were merely in service to the superhero men they happened to cross paths with, resulting in each of their deaths. Or in comic book terms, they were “refrigerated”–frozen out of the story once they provided emotional backstory for the men. Until now. They start to discover their own powers, tell their sides of the narrative, and decide to write their own damn stories. And a group of seemingly ordinary women discover their own true power. It’s a subversive, kick-ass exploration of what it means for women to find their inner power – and use it.

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6th December 2018

Tidelands - Tidelanders vs Humans Featurette





Limetown - Stanley Tucci, Marlee Matlin, Kelly Jenrette, John Beasley & Louis Ferreira Join Facebook Series Starring Jessica Biel

Stanley Tucci, Marlee Matlin and Kelly Jenrette have joined the cast of the Jessica Biel starrer, Limetown for Facebook. Rounding out the cast are John Beasley (Walking Tall) and Louis Ferreira (Travelers). 

Limetown, which has been given a 10-episode first season, is written and executive produced by podcast creators Zack Akers and Skip Bronkie. It tells the story of Lia Haddock, a public radio journalist who seeks to unravel the mystery behind the disappearance of more than 300 people at a neuroscience research facility in Tennessee.





Richard Gere to Star in Apple Series Based on Israeli Series Nevelot

Apple is finalizing an eight-episode order for a drama series starring Richard Gere. The project, from Howard Gordon (24) and Warren Leight (Law & Order: SVU), is based on the Israeli series Nevelot.

Written by Gordon and showrun by Gordon and Leight, the untitled series centers on two elderly Vietnam vets and best friends — one of whom is played by Gere — who find their monotonous lives upended when a woman they both loved fifty years ago is killed by a car. Their lifelong regrets and secrets collide with their resentment of today’s self-absorbed millennials, and an act of self-defense snowballs into a tragic series of events.




The Enemy Within - Coral Peña to Recur

Coral Peña (24: Legacy) will recur as Anna Cruz, an ambitious CIA analyst enlisted by FBI Special Agent, Will Keaton (Chestnut) to assist in the hunt for a former Russian SVR agent turned rogue operative who’s responsible for the deaths of her fellow CIA officers. Cruz’s arrival tests the limits of the unprecedented partnership between Keaton and former CIA Deputy Director turned traitor, Erica Shepherd (Carpenter). 

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The Village - Hailey Kilgore to Recur

Hailey Kilgore will recur on NBC’s The Village. Details of Kilgore's role are being kept under wraps.

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The Wrong Mans - Annie Chang Joins Showtime Comedy Pilot

Annie Chang (Shades of Blue) plays Katie, Josh’s hard-working, driven boss and ex-girlfriend, who broke up with him when she got fed up with his passiveness and lack of ambition.




5th December 2018

New York Undercover - Reboot from Hand of God Creator & Dick Wolf in Development at ABC

EXCLUSIVE: ABC, which is rebooting its iconic series NYPD Blue, is also looking to bring back another 1990s New York cop drama, Dick Wolf’s New York Undercover. I hear ABC is in talks for a new incarnation of New York Undercover, which will be written by Hand of God creator Ben Watkins. The project, from Wolf Entertainment, is expected to be a co-production between Universal TV, where the company is based, and ABC Studios.

I hear ABC and New York Undercover’s original network, Fox, were interested in the revival. As a procedural, New York Undercover can be reinvented with new characters and cast. Even the original series rebooted itself in the fourth and final season with a largely new cast.




Grand Hotel - Katey Sagal & Freddie Stroma to Recur

Katey Sagal (Sons of Anarchy) will play Teresa, an investor in the hotel with mysterious intentions. She clashes with Santiago (Demian Bichir) and will stop at nothing to protect her investment. Sagal will appear in at least three episodes.

Freddie Stroma (UnREAL) will play Oliver, the associate manager of the Finn Hotel in Miami. Oliver is an old friend of Alicia’s from business school who now finds himself in competition for her business and maybe even her heart.

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Titans - Netflix Premiere Date Revealed

Thanks to Mal B. for the heads up. Titans releases internationally January 11, 2019





MOVIES: Breakthrough - Trailer feat Chrissy Metz, Josh Lucas, Topher Grace, Mike Colter, Marcel Ruiz, Sam Trammell and Dennis Haysbert





4th December 2018

Toby Kebbell to Star in Apple's Upcoming Psychological Thriller Series from M. Night Shyamalan; Rupert Grint Joins Cast

Toby Kebbell (Planet of the Apes) has been tapped as the male lead opposite Lauren Ambrose in Apple's upcoming psychological thriller series from M. Night Shyamalan and British TV writer Tony Basgallop.

The plot of the series has not been revealed, but we hear it follows parents Dorothy (Ambrose) and Sean Turner (Kebbell), who have hired young nanny Leanne to help care for their newborn child. Rupert Grint (Harry Potter) will play Julian Pearce, Dorothy’s (Ambrose) younger brother. Kebbell’s Sean is a professional chef and father.

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MOVIES: Sesame Street - Anne Hathaway Eyed to Star

Anne Hathaway is circling the starring role in a Sesame Street feature.

The movie, which would likely include appearances from Sesame Street residents Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch and Cookie Monster, is said to be a musical. Chris Galletta (Kings of Summer) wrote the most recent draft of the screenplay.

While Hathaway is the first choice for the project and has an offer, it is currently unclear if the Oscar winner will accept the role.




Amazing Stories - Kerry Bishé, Edward Burns & Austin Stowell to Star in Episode of Apple's Upcoming Anthology Series from the Creators of Once Upon a Time

Edward Burns (Public Morals) is set to star in and executive produce an episode of Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories Apple anthology series, which has begun production in Atlanta. Burns will play Bill Kaminski, a government agent. Mark Mylod (Game of Thrones) will direct the episode. Austin Stowell (Bridge of Spies) and Kerry Bishé (Halt and Catch Fire) will also star.




Hawaii Five-0 - Season 9 - Michelle Borth to Return

TVLine has confirmed that Michelle Borth is set to make her third encore since exiting the CBS series early in Season 6, in what has previously been described as an Expendables-style episode.

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Edge of Seventeen - Isabelle Fuhrman & Liana Liberato to Star in YouTube Pilot

YouTube's Edge of Seventeen pilot has found its lead in Isabelle Fuhrman (The Hunger Games), who will take on a version of the role made famous by Hailee Steinfeld in the feature film on which the new project is based. Liana Liberato (Hulu's Light as a Feather) will play Lou.

Based on the 2016 film from Robert Simonds' STX Entertainment, Annabel Oakes (Amazon's Transparent, Netflix's Atypical) will pen the script for the pilot, which revolves around Mira, a high school student, and her best friend, Lou (short for Louise), as they navigate the relationships, feelings and realities of being teenage girls. Kelly Fremon Craig, who wrote, directed and produced the feature, is attached to executive produce the YouTube iteration.




Department Store Comedy Starring Brent Morin in Development at NBC

EXCLUSIVE: Bill Lawrence and his Doozer production company are staying put at Warner Bros. TV with a new rich multi-year overall deal. Under the significant, eight-figure pact, which I hear is for five years, the company has sold a department store comedy to NBC starring and co-written by comedian Brent Morin, who starred on Doozer’s NBC comedy series Undateable.

Co-written by Morin and former Undateable writer Matt Hausfater, the untitled NBC multi-camera comedy centers on Andy Hewitt (Morin) who, in a desperate attempt to prove himself to his family after losing his dream job, has no choice but to take a retail job at the world’s most fashionable department store.

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John Grisham Multi-Series Universe from Michael Seitzman & Jason Richman in Development at Hulu

Hulu is looking to break new ground with an innovative two-series drama project based on two John Grisham’s novels, the 1995 The Rainmaker and 2015 Rogue Lawyer. Envisioned as the first chapter in a larger franchise, tentatively titled The Grisham Universe, the ambitious multi-series project comes from writers Michael Seitzman (Quantico, Code Black), Jason Richman (Detroit 1-8-7), Grisham, ABC Signature and Seitzman and Christina Davis’ ABC Studios-based Maniac Productions.

Seitzman and Richman serve as co-showrunners on The Rainmaker-Rogue Lawyer, which is described as “two books, two shows, one shared storyline.” They will work on both shows, which have assembled a writers room, with Seitzman focused primarily on The Rainmaker and Richman on Rogue Lawyer. The room will work simultaneously on the two series, with a goal to produce eight scripts for each.




3rd December 2018

MOVIES: To All the Boys I've Loved Before 2 - Sequel Confirmed by Paramount as First Film in Paramount-Netflix Co-Venture

Viacom CEO Bob Bakish confirmed a sequel to the popular Netflix young-adult literary adaptation To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2 would be the first title in Paramount’s multi-picture deal with the streaming giant.

AwesomenessTV, acquired by Viacom earlier this year, produced the original and will do likewise for the sequel, which Bakish said “might have a sexier title over time.” The CEO made the remarks during the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York.

Bakish said Netflix research shows the original film “is one of the most-viewed films of all time on the platform.

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Halo - Rupert Wyatt Exits as Director & EP on Showtime's Live-Action Xbox Adaptation

Rupert Wyatt is stepping down as director and executive producer of Showtime’s series Halo.

“Showtime’s adaptation of Halo is evolving beautifully with rich characters, compelling stories and powerful scripts,” said Gary Levine, President of Programming, Showtime Networks in a statement. “Obviously, the production demands of this series are enormous, and we have had to add time to the schedule in order to do it right. Sadly, this delay has created a conflict for Rupert, whom we warmly thank for all he has brought to the project.”

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Exhibit A - Legal Drama from Daniel Day Kim Based on South Korean Series in Development at ABC

EXCLUSIVE: ABC has put in development Exhibit A, a legal drama from The Good Doctor executive producer Daniel Dae Kim, his 3AD production company, and ABC Studios.

Written by Warren Hsu Leonard (How To Get Away With Murder), Exhibit A is based on the South Korean series My Lawyer, Mr. Jo. It centers on disgraced former prosecutor, Andrew Cho, whose career is sabotaged by the corrupt power brokers he’s working to take down. But in losing everything, Andrew discovers something new: a life of purpose. Along with a clever, driven young associate, and alegal staff of loyal misfits, Andrew becomes the fearless, caring, underdog lawyer he was always meant to be. Together they give voice to the voiceless and speak truth to power, no matter the cost.

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Eight - Divorce Comedy in Development at FOX

Fox has handed out a script order for the single-camera comedy Eight.

From You're the Worst alum Alison Bennett, the project revolves around children of divorce Jillian and Trevor, who, after a whirlwind romance that resulted in a baby and a wedding (in that order), attempt to carve out their own family's identity — with eight grandparents there to offer 8 million different opinions.

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