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Dynasty: Adam Huber Talks Liam's Amnesia, Revenge on Adam, and the Future of #Falliam

Adam Huber plays the uber dreamy Liam Ridley, the latest addition to the Dynasty cast. 

Huber scored the title of series regular ahead of Dynasty Season 3.  

But even without the coveted upgrade, the heartthrob has been a fan favorite since his debut on Dynasty Season 1 Episode 15, you know, the episode where he married Fallon, a complete stranger, on a whim.

Since then, Fallon and Liam have had a tumultuous yet epic relationship. 

Nothing about their relationship has been conventional. 

After they overcame a love triangle with Culhane, a messy situation with Liam's uncle, a divorce, and Fallon's attempts at winning him back from Ashley, it seemed liked things were going to work out.

Dynasty Season 3 Episode 1 Review: Guilt Trip To Alaska

Fallon proposed to him on the Carrington lake, and despite losing the ring in the water, Liam still said 'yes."

But their happiness was short-lived when her tyrannical brother,
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Looks Like Amy Got Away with Murder in This The Terror: Infamy Finale Sneak Peek

As The Terror: Infamy comes to a close, it has a few lingering questions to answer, including "What will happen to Amy Yoshida (Miki Ishikawa) after she killed Major Bowen (C. Thomas Howell)?" and "How will the Terminal Islanders adjust to life outside the camp now that their homes are gone and

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New ‘Seal Team’ Spoilers For Season 3, October 16, 2019 Episode 3 Revealed

Hey, "Seal Team" fans. We hope you guys enjoyed tonight's 2nd episode of this current 3rd season. We are back at you with a new set of spoiler teasers for the new episode 3, which is due out next week. CBS recently delivered a new press release for it. So, we'll be running it by you in this spoiler session. We also got a couple of preview photos for episode 3 to tell you about. We have also provided links to those photos. So, we've got a pretty information-packed spoiler article for you guys. Let's jump right into it. To start off with, the producers decided to name this 3rd installment, "Adapt and Overcome." CBS kept this teaser description pretty short, but it sounds like episode 3 will feature more action-filled, adventurous, intense and dramatic scenes. In episode 3, the Bravo Team will be heading out to Azerbaijan at some point. Apparently, there will
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Judd Nelson and C. Thomas Howell star in trailer for Dauntless: The Battle of Midway

Dazzler Media is set to bring the World War II action drama Dauntless: The Battle of Midway to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital this month, and we’ve got a poster, trailer and synopsis for the film, which stars Judd Nelson (Empire) and C. Thomas Howell (Seal Team). June 1942, and the Japanese Navy has swept across […]

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The Terror Season 2 Episode 8 Review: My Sweet Boy

The Terror: Infamy stumbles on its way to the finish line in "My Sweet Boy." Our review...

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The Terror Season 2 Episode 8

The Terror: Infamy falls back into bad habits in the oddly paced and questionably written "My Sweet Boy." Despite a run of excellent episodes that solved a few mysteries and introduced some new ones, the show seems content with just getting to the finish line with "My Sweet Boy," cranking out payoffs faster than we can process them. The result is an hour of television that feels rushed and clumsy, forgoing the great character work that up to this point has been a highlight of the show. 

The episode begins with a time jump -- it's now January 1945 -- that feels a bit unnatural to me. It just doesn't feel like any time has actually passed for the characters since "My Perfect World.
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The Terror Season 2 Episode 7 Review: My Perfect World

The Terror season 2 continues, as Chester will do anything to see Luz again in "My Perfect World." Our review...

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The Terror Season 2 Episode 7

"My Perfect World" gives us the reunion we've been waiting for, as Chester goes Awol in order to find Luz. It's  so great to see Cristina Rodlo again. She's been consistently a pleasure to watch this season, and she delivers perhaps her most balanced performance yet in an episode that focuses heavily on what she wants her life to be. I'm glad Luz gets to run away in the end, even if it's very obvious that there's still an evil spirit tying her to the pain and suffering she endured at Colinas de Oro. By episode's end, we know that Luz hasn't escaped Yuko's wrath. Not yet. 

Derek Mio continues to impress as well. While I found his
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‘The Terror: Infamy’ and the Strategic Deployment of Japanese Language on the Show

‘The Terror: Infamy’ and the Strategic Deployment of Japanese Language on the Show
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from “The Terror: Infamy” Episode 3, “Gaman.”]

The third episode of “The Terror: Infamy” opens with Chester Nakayama (Derek Mio) and the rest of the internment camp watching a John Wayne movie that a benshi provides with a live soundtrack, performing the dialogue timed perfectly to the film. AMC’s viewers are treated to English subtitles, bringing the translations full circle. It’s a fun and fascinating scene that actor-consultant George Takei confirms he experienced when he was in the camps as a child, but also one that highlights the importance of the dual cultural and linguistic influences of immigrants in America.

It’s to be expected that “The Terror: Infamy,” which depicts the experiences of Japanese Americans during World War II, uses the Japanese language on the show. Showrunner Alexander Woo acknowledges that he did not hold back on how extensively it’s used – upcoming episodes include long, Japanese-language-only scenes – but also took care how the
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‘I Am Patrick Swayze’ Premiere Becomes Most-Watched and Highest-Rated ‘I Am’ Special On Paramount Network

  • Deadline
Paramount Network’s documentary I Am Patrick Swayze not only made an emotional impression on Sunday night, it delivered impressive numbers ratings-wise. The premiere of the latest installment of Paramount’s I Am docus averaged 1.1 million total viewers.

With the TV Land simulcast and the Paramount Network encore, I Am Patrick Swayze delivered a gross average audience of 2 million total viewers on Sunday. topping Free Solo as cable’s most-watched personality documentary of 2019 in Live+Sd.

In addition, Patrick Swayze is the highest-rated I Am special among the 18-49 and 25-54 demos since 2015’s I Am Chris Farley. With the premiere netting 1.1 million viewers, I Am Patrick Swayze earned a 0.4 P18-49 L+Sd rating and a 0.56 P25-54 rating.

I Am Patrick Swayze is a touching tribute to the prolific actor who died in 2009 at 57. It showcases his life and career through untold stories, exclusive interviews, heartfelt home movies
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The Terror: Season Two Ratings

Despite comparatively low numbers, the freshman installment of the The Terror TV show did pretty well for an AMC series that isn't a part of The Walking Dead or Breaking Bad franchises. Now that it's back  for a second season as The Terror: Infamy, with a new storyline, can it build up its audience and become a mainstay for the cable network? Will The Terror be cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned.

An AMC horror anthology drama, The Terror: Infamy stars George Takei, Derek Mio, Kiki Sukezane, Cristina Rodlo, Shingo Usami, Naoko Mori, Miki Ishikawa, C. Thomas Howell, Lee Shorten, Hira Ambrosino, and Christopher Naoki. Season two of The Terror unfolds during World War II as a string of unusual deaths plagues a Japanese American community, and Chester Nakayama (Mio) strives to comprehend and battle the evil at the root of
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The Terror on AMC: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

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Does the terror continue? Is The Terror TV show cancelled or renewed for a third season on AMC? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Terror, season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?  

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An AMC supernatural anthology drama, the second season is billed as The Terror: Infamy and stars George Takei, Derek Mio, Kiki Sukezane, Cristina Rodlo, Shingo Usami, Naoko Mori, Miki Ishikawa, C. Thomas Howell, Lee Shorten, Hira Ambrosino, and Christopher Naoki. Season two of The Terror unfolds during World War II, as a string of unusual deaths plagues a Japanese American community, and Chester Nakayama (Mio) strives to comprehend and battle the evil at the root of it
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The Terror: Season Two Viewer Votes

Is the second season of The Terror TV show on AMC as terrifying as last? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like The Terror is cancelled or renewed for season three. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of The Terror season two episodes.

An AMC supernatural anthology drama, the second season is billed as The Terror: Infamy and stars George Takei, Derek Mio, Kiki Sukezane, Cristina Rodlo, Shingo Usami, Naoko Mori, Miki Ishikawa, C. Thomas Howell, Lee Shorten, Hira Ambrosino, and Christopher Naoki. Season two of The Terror unfolds during World War II, as a string of unusual deaths plagues a Japanese
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Official Trailer for 'I Am Patrick Swayze' Doc Remembering the Actor

"I was just looking for any way to make a mark." The Paramount Network has unveiled an official trailer for an indie documentary titled I Am Patrick Swayze, the latest in the "I Am" series of docs about iconic actors. The original documentary series "I Am", mostly from director Adrian Buitenhuis, is an inside look at the lives of extraordinary individuals as told by the people who knew them best. They have covered Heath Ledger, Sam Kinison, Richard Pryor, and Paul Walker before, now it's time for Swayze. Best known for his appearances in films like Ghost and Dirty Dancing and Point Break, Swayze passed away at the age of 57 in 2009. The film features interviews with co-stars such as Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Sam Elliott, Jennifer Grey, and C. Thomas Howell, and many more insights into his life in & outside of Hollywood. Take a look below. Here's the official trailer
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I Am Patrick Swayze Documentary Trailer Remembers the Iconic Actor

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The Paramount Network has released the trailer for the documentary I Am Patrick Swayze, which takes a look at the life and legacy of the legendary actor. As a part of the network's I Am documentary series, the TV special enlists many of Swayze's most notable Hollywood colleagues to share their thoughts and memories of working with him across many projects. This includes such names as Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Sam Elliott, Jennifer Grey, C. Thomas Howell, Kelly Lynch, and Lori Petty.

One of Swayze's most well-known pairings was with Demi Moore for Ghost, and Moore remembers the type of guy Swayze was in the doc. "Patrick had something about him that was very rugged but that also had that beautiful, gentle, sensuous ability to move," Moore says in the trailer. Other co-stars speak about how charming and bubbly the actor always was on set, though as footage of Swayze himself speaking about it shows,
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Friends and Co-Stars Remember Patrick Swayze in Documentary Trailer (Watch)

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Friends and Co-Stars Remember Patrick Swayze in Documentary Trailer (Watch)
Patrick Swayze’s friends, co-stars and loved ones remember the late actor in the new trailer for Paramount Network’s documentary “I Am Patrick Swayze.”

“You’re only on this planet for so long,” says Swayze at the beginning of the trailer. “Go for it now.”

Swayze died almost ten years ago in September 2009 at 57 after a public battle with pancreatic cancer. The actor was best known for his roles in “Ghost,” “Dirty Dancing,” “Red Dawn” and “Point Break.”

The actor’s co-stars Sam Elliott, Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, C. Thomas Howell, Kelly Lynch and director Roland Joffe appear in the trailer alongside Swayze’s widow, Lisa Niemi, and brother Don Swayze.

“Patrick had something about him that was very rugged, but that also had that beautiful, gentle, sensuous ability to move,” says Moore, who starred in “Ghost” with Swayze.

“It’s raw courage of someone who knew they were
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The Terror: Infamy Premieres This Sunday! Here Are 5 Things We Found Out At Sdcc

This Sunday season 2 of The Terror premieres on AMC. The upcoming season will take place on the Westcoast during World War 2 centers on something uncanny that menaces a Japanese American community from its home in Southern California to the internment camps to the war in the Pacific. The show will star George Takei, Kiki Sukezane, Naoko Mori, Miki Ishikawa, and C. Thomas Howell. The second season was co-created by Max Borenstein and Alexander Whoo, who also serves as the showrunner. Ridley Scott is one of the executive producers. The show will have a ten-episode run. George Takei’s real-life childhood was one of the inspirations for the second season. Takei will be playing Nobuhiro Yamato in the upcoming season. “It’s an important story that has chilling resonance, but so many Americans are aghast when they hear about my childhood imprisonment,” he told reporters of shining a light on the atrocity,
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A Tribute to Rutger Hauer

Tom Jolliffe pays tribute to Rutger Hauer after the news of his passing…

I’ve been a huge fan of Rutger Hauer from the very first time I watched Blade Runner. The film shouldn’t have connected so instantly with me, for someone so young, but it did. Though it was Harrison Ford a.k.a. Solo, a.k.a. Indiana Jones who drew me to that film, and those glorious visuals and soundscapes that bewitched me so much, it was always Hauer who left the most lasting impression.

Over time and over more subsequent viewings that performance began to show more and more layers of nuance. Hauer, as an actor when given the freedom to play, was capable of the unique and the electrifying. Batty isn’t a great villain. He’s so much more. It’s why Hauer gives the ‘iconic’ performance in a film loaded with great
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R.I.P. Rutger Hauer (1944 – 2019)

It has been announced that prolific Dutch actor Rutger Hauer, perhaps best known for his roles in Blade Runner and The Hitcher, passed away aged 75 on Friday, July 19th, after a short illness.

Hauer rose to fame in his home country when he was cast as the lead in the Paul Verhoeven medieval action series Floris, and went on to collaborate with the filmmaker on the films Turkish Delight, Katie Tippel, Soldier of Orange and Spetters before making his Hollywood debut opposite Sylvester Stallone in 1981’s Nighthawks.

Hauer took on the role of Roy Batty in Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner in 1982, and collaborated with Verhoeven for a final time on the director’s American debut Flesh & Blood before starring opposite C. Thomas Howell in 1986’s action horror The Hitcher and earning acclaim for his work in the Italian film The Legend of the Drinker.

Hauer’s subsequent credits
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George Takei Says Trump’s Comments About Muslims and Immigrants Are ‘an Echo From My Childhood’

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George Takei Says Trump’s Comments About Muslims and Immigrants Are ‘an Echo From My Childhood’
George Takei didn’t mince words when talking about the current political climate on Friday, telling a packed crowd at Comic-Con 2019 that statements made by Donald Trump — and Trump’s border policies — are “an echo from my childhood.”

Takei spoke during the panel discussion for AMC’s “The Terror: Infamy” at Comic-Con 2019. The second season of the anthology series “The Terror,” which Takei stars in and also serves as a consultant, is set in a Japanese internment camp during World War II, much like the camps Takei and his family were imprisoned in from 1942 to 1945.

When asked during the audience Q&a how he feels about statements made by Trump about immigrants, or the detention centers on the border , Takei was blunt. “When Donald Trump was campaigning for the Republican nomination, and among his other statements he called for a complete and total ban on Muslims coming into this country,
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Paramount Network To Honor Patrick Swayze With New Documentary

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Paramount Network To Honor Patrick Swayze With New Documentary
Patrick Swayze’s life and legacy will be remembered in an upcoming documentary from Paramount Network and Network Entertainment, titled I Am Patrick Swayze.

The film is the latest installment of Paramount Network’s I Am franchise, and will explore the late actor’s childhood in Texas, his road to fame, and his relationship with widow Lisa Niemi.

The project includes interviews with the late Ghost and Dirty Dancing star’s friends and loved ones, including Niemi, his brother Don Swayze, and co-stars Sam Elliott, Jennifer Grey, C. Thomas Howell, Rob Lowe, Kelly Lynch, Demi Moore, Lori Petty, Marshall R. Teague, director Roland Joffe, agent Nicole David, manager Kate Edwards, personal assistant Rosemary Hygate, stuntman Cliff McLaughlin, and bodyguard Frank Whiteley.

I Am Patrick Swayze, directed by Adrian Buitenhuis, is the latest project from Network Entertainment’s award-winning filmmaker Derik Murray. Executive producers include Paul Gertz, Kent Wingerak, Derik Murray,
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The Best Movie You Never Saw: The Hitcher

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Welcome to The Best Movie You Never Saw, a column dedicated to examining films that have flown under the radar or gained traction throughout the years, earning them a place as a cult classic or underrated gem that was either before it’s time and/or has aged like a fine wine. This week we’ll be looking at The Hitcher! The Story: A young man (C. Thomas Howell) delivering a car from Chicago to San Diego…
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