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Disney Channel Orders Live-Action Mystery Series ‘Sulphur Springs’

  • Deadline
Exclusive: After a lengthy detour, kids genre mystery adventure Sulphur Springs ended up at its original target destination, as a series for Disney Channel. The network has picked up the Sulphur Springs pilot to series with an eleven-episode order. The time-travel half-hour project hails from writer/executive producer Tracey Thomson, executive producer/showrunner Chuck Pratt and Gwave Productions. Production is set to begin in New Orleans in 2020.

Sulphur Springs stars Preston Oliver as 12-year-old Griffin Campbell, whose family has just uprooted their lives to move to a new town and take ownership of an abandoned hotel in hopes of restoring it back to the lively vacation destination it once was. Not long after Griffin begins his first day at a new school, he learns that the hotel he’s just moved into is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a girl who disappeared decades ago. Along the way,
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New ‘Hawaii Five 0’ Spoilers For Season 10, October 4, 2019 Episode 2 Revealed

Hey, "Hawaii Five-0" fans. We hope you guys enjoyed tonight's big season premiere episode 1. Now that it's done and in the can, it's time to reveal some of the major plotlines that will be going down in the next,new episode 2, which is scheduled to air next week. Thanks to the lovely CBS people, we've got a new press release from them for episode 2. It reveals a few teaser description. So, let's just go ahead and dive into these things. For starters,episode 2 is officially named, "Kuipeia e ka makani apaa.” That actually means "Knocked flat by the wind; sudden disaster" in English. It sounds like episode 2 will feature some very intense, dramatic, action-filled and interesting scenes as Tani and Junior try to escape a deadly tunnel situation! Five-0 investigates who's responsible for the deadly tunnel cave in. Eddie the dog sniffs out a bomb and more! We'll go ahead
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New NCIS Los Angeles Season 7,Episode 7 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "NCIS: Los Angeles" episode 7 of season 7. The episode is entitled, "An Unlocked Mind,' and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty interesting stuff go down as the rescue of a former government employee, becomes the main focus for the NCIS: L.A. crew, and more! In the new, 7th episode press release: Kensi And Deeks Go Undercover As Cult Members In Order To Rescue A Former Government Employee, On "NCIS: Los Angeles," Monday, Nov. 9. Press release number 2: Kensi and Deeks are going to go undercover as cult members to rescue a former Department of Defense employee brainwashed into revealing classified information as the rest of the team works to prevent the cult from selling the government secrets. Guest stars feature: Julian Acosta (Assistant U.S. Attorney Oscar Guevara), Sebastian Roche (Lee Ashman), Lauren Bowles
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Oxford Film Festival 2014: Day 1, Part 1

Full disclaimer: I’ve lived in Oxford, Mississippi and have attended the festival for the past 3 years. As a result, I know many of the local filmmakers pretty well, and, as an act of both preventing an explicit conflict of interest while not punishing those who’ve befriended me, the following reviews will be presented with a minimum of evaluative language. Instead, these articles will seek to promote the Oxford Film Festival in the context of acknowledging Mississippi’s willingness to both create and screen its own brand of independent film.

For those who seek it, the small college town of Oxford in north Mississippi can be a mecca of creative culture. Bars pump out hipsters, both good and bad, the local music scene dominated by local label Fat Possum and the satellite bands and music types. The literary scene is just as prominent, although academic and reserved. Nearly weekly
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Pilots ‘Horizon’ & ‘Tyrant’ Add Regulars, HBO’s ‘Girls’ Casts Recurring Player

Pilots ‘Horizon’ & ‘Tyrant’ Add Regulars, HBO’s ‘Girls’ Casts Recurring Player
Josh Braaten (Married To The Kellys) has been cast in USA Network‘s drama pilot Horizon, executive produced by Gale Anne Hurd. Set during the height of World War II, Horizon centers on Lauren (Ruth Bradley), a secretary at the FBI who begins a secretive investigation into files that have been stamped with the codename “horizon.” The mysterious project provides links to the presumed death of her husband (Taylor Handley) and the disappearance of a young girl. Braaten, repped by Apa, Trademark Talent and Jackoway-Tyerman, will play Joe McNeil, a newly single father who helplessly watches as his daughter mysteriously disappears — seemingly taken by an unseen force. The only person who believes his story at the FBI is Lauren. Salim Daw been cast in the high-profile FX drama pilot Tyrant, from Howard Gordon, Gideon Raff and Craig Wright. Tyrant tells the story of an unassuming American family — Barry, Molly and
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Matt's Inside Line on NCIS, Scandal, The Closer, Covert Affairs, Fairly Legal, Psych and More

Matt's Inside Line on NCIS, Scandal, The Closer, Covert Affairs, Fairly Legal, Psych and More
What is Pauley Perrette saying about her NCIS future? Will a Scandal-ous romance continue to sizzle? Is Fairly Legal‘s fate fairly questionable? Are Covert Affairs all in order? Read on for answers to those questions plus other teases from fall and summer shows.

NCIS | Traditionally, NCIS starts up production in early July, so one would hope that word will break soon about Pauley Perrette, Michael Weatherly and Sean Murray signing on for Season 10. But when we saw Perrette on Tuesday night at the Thirst Gala, she was (charmingly) coy. Asked where things stand with her negotiations, all she
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Harry's Law Review: Miracles

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Harry, Cassie and Oliver defended a young mother accused of euthanizing her severely ill infant this week, while Tommy and Adam fought the good fight for an Iraq veteran quirw deserving a purple heart.

It seemed Harry's Law was in the business of delivering legal miracles on "Purple Hearts," wasn't it?

While the episode succeeded at pulling the heart strings, I found I was less welcoming of the social commentaries that dominated the hour.

I sincerely appreciated the addition of Josh Braaten to the cast. He's been making the rounds as a guest star, and just when I'd forgotten about his time on The Mentalist, here he was guest starring on Harry's Law.

Other than that, his presence wasn't the focus of the episode, aside from being the defendant's husband in the mercy killing case. Slightly disappointing, but clearly necessary.

That said, did anyone else see that Nurse O'Malley clearly
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Episode Recap: The Mentalist - 3.09: "Red Moon"

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Some episodes go the more case-centered route, and some, like this episode of The Mentalist (TV) go the more character driven route. And I happen to love the character driven episodes the best. Especially when they are directed by the series lead, Simon Baker, who happens to know how to tell a good story. Jane (Simon Baker) and Lisbon (Robin Tunney) are meandering about in a crop field. Jane decides to take a moment to commune with nature, or maybe just chat with Bambi for a bit, but Lisbon wants them back on task. Task: three dead bodies in the crop field, each killed a different way. Two of them were cops and the other was Keely Farlow, the fiancé of Emt Todd Johnson (Josh Braaten). Jane must see something he likes, because he tells Lisbon that he "wants the case." Van Pelt (Amanda Righetti) is busy setting up shot at the local sheriff's office,
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The Mentalist Trailer & Photos - Solving a Triple Homicide (Nov. 18)

In a new episode of The Mentalist tonight, the team will need to solve a triple homicide and Patrick Jane will accept help from a local astrologer when the case proves tricky. The show's star, Simon Baker, also directed this episode. Below is a trailer and promo photos for the episode.

Tune in to an all new episode of The Mentalist tonight at 10:00 p.m. on CBS.

Patrick Jane Accepts The Help Of A Local Astrologer To Solve The Puzzling Case Of A Triple Homicide Involving Two Policemen, On "The Mentalist," Thursday, Nov. 18

Episode Directed by Series Star Simon Baker

John Billingsley ("Star Trek: Enterprise) Guest Stars as the Astrologer, Ellis Mars; Heather Tom ("The Bold and the Beautiful") Guest Stars as a Witness, Marva

"Red Moon" - Patrick Jane accepts the help of a local astrologer, Ellis Mars (John Billingsley), to solve the puzzling case of a triple
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