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Superman & Lois Adds Vampire Diaries Alum as Mysterious Villain The Stranger

Superman & Lois Adds Vampire Diaries Alum as Mysterious Villain The Stranger
Superman & Lois‘ first Big Bad is no longer a stranger — he’s The Stranger.

Wolé Parks has joined the cast of The CW’s latest Arrowverse offshoot as a series regular, playing the “mysterious visitor hellbent on proving to the world that it no longer needs Superman,” our sister site Deadline reports. At this time, it’s unclear whether this is an entirely new character or an adaptation of DC Comics’ Phantom Stranger, who has appeared in numerous iterations throughout the years.

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Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in May 2020

Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in May 2020
Netflix has confirmed that 50 new original series, movies and specials will be debuting on the streaming service in May. Leading off the lineup are Ryan Murphy‘s limited series “Hollywood” and the debut of the comedy series “Space Force,” which reunites “The Office” star and creator Steve Carell and Greg Daniels. Also look for the sophomore season of the comedy noir “Dead to Me,” with Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini.

In these trying times, we can take comfort in the slew of stand-up specials, including new sets by Jerry Seinfeld, Patton Oswalt and Hannah Gadsby. On the reality side, we can’t wait to gobble up season 2 of “Restaurants on the Edge” and season 3 of “Someone Feed Phil.”

Below is the full schedule of everything that is coming and leaving Netflix in May 2020.

Available May 1

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

All Day and a Night – Netflix Film

Almost Happy – Netflix Original
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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in May

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in May
Netflix is still spring cleaning into May, as the streamer announced a number of titles leaving in the upcoming month.

Films that Netflix is saying goodbye to at the beginning of the month include John Carter, Limitless and The Place Beyond Pines. On May 19, films such as The First Wives Club, It Takes Two, What's Eating Gilbert Grape and Young Adult will also disappear.

Shows that will exit the streamer throughout May include seasons 1-7 of Scandal, seasons 1-8 of Royal Pains and seasons 1-3 of Bitten.

A number of movies will also be leaving the streaming service on May 31, including Austin ...
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Netflix Is Losing A Ton Of Great Movies Next Month

Netflix Is Losing A Ton Of Great Movies Next Month
May is shaping up to be an excellent month for new Netflix content with the inclusion of multiple films from major franchises like Back to the Future and Underworld, as well as the premiere of the new Steve Carell workplace comedy Space Force.

But as always, for every month Netflix giveth, Netflix taketh away. May will see the loss of some pretty popular content, such as all seven seasons of the hit show Scandal, some laid back Bob Ross painting, all three Austin Powers flicks, multiple entries in the Final Destination franchise, and the popular pandemic-focused Outbreak.

Here’s the full list of everything departing in May:

May 1st

John Carter

May 15th


The Place Beyond the Pines

May 17th

Royal Pains (Seasons 1-8)

May 18th

Scandal (Seasons 1-7)

May 19th

Black Snake Moan



The First Wives Club

It Takes Two

Love, Rosie

She’s Out of
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Netflix in May: Here’s Everything Coming and Going

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Netflix in May: Here’s Everything Coming and Going
Netflix is out with its list of everything coming and going in May.

Highlights include “Back to the Future” and “Back to the Future II,” the series premiere of Ryan Murphy’s “Hollywood,”

Jerry Seinfeld’s new comedy special “23 Hours to Kill,” and season two of “Dead to Me.”

Leaving throughout the month are “Austin Powers in Goldmember,” “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery,” and “Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me,” “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape,” “Limitless” and “The Place Beyond the Pines.”

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Here’s everything coming and going:

May 1

All Day and a NightNetflix Film

Almost Happy — Netflix Original

Get In — Netflix Film

Go! Go! Cory Carson: The Chrissy — Netflix Family

The Half Of It — Netflix Film

Hollywood — Netflix Original

Into the Night — Netflix Original

Medici: The Magnificent: Part 2 — Netflix Original

Mrs. Serial Killer — Netflix Film

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USA Network TV Show Ratings (updated 4/14/20)

USA Network TV Show Ratings (updated 4/14/20)
Over the course of its history, USA Network has had both great successes and big disappointments when it comes to their original scripted shows. Which of the current ones will be cancelled or renewed for another season? Stay tuned!

Scripted USA Network shows listed: Benched, Briarpatch, Colony, Complications, Covert Affairs, Damnation, Dare Me, Dig, Eyewitness, Falling Water, Graceland, Mr. Robot, Pearson, Playing House, Psych, The Purge, Queen of the South, Royal Pains, Rush, Satisfaction, Shooter, The Sinner, Sirens, Suits, Treadstone, Unsolved, and White Collar.

Last updated: Most recent ratings added for Briarpatch.

There's lots of data that USA Network execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. Here's an updated listing of all of their recent/current primetime scripted shows.

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TVLine Items: American Pie Reunion, Benjamin Bratt Enters Dmz and More

Fox’s Outmatched is serving up some American Pie: The freshman comedy, which stars Jason Biggs, will host a mini-reunion of the seminal movie when Alyson Hannigan and Eddie Kaye Thomas appear on the series, reports.

Outmatched features Biggs and Maggie Lawson as Mike and Kay, the parents of four children, three of whom are geniuses. Hannigan and Kaye Thomas will play the helicopter parents of another gifted child, whom Mike and Kay becomes friends with — until their kids decide Mike and Kay are a bad influence on the other couple. The episode is slated to air in March.
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‘Coyote’: Paramount Network Drama Adds 12 To Recurring Cast

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‘Coyote’: Paramount Network Drama Adds 12 To Recurring Cast
Exclusive: Mark Feuerstein and Kelli Williams, are set for key recurring roles opposite Michael Chiklis in Coyote, Paramount Network’s one-hour scripted drama series from Emmy-winning executive producer and director Michelle MacLaren, Dark Horse Entertainment and Sony Pictures TV. Rounding out the recurring cast are Daniel Mora (Coco), Emy Mena (The Whisper of Silence), George Pullar (Playing for Keeps), Amy Forsyth, Ross Phillips (Heart of Dixie), Romina D’Ugo (12 Monkeys), Bobby Daniel Rodriguez (Seal Team), Natalia Cordova-Buckley, Jose Pablo Cantillo (The Walking Dead) and Drew Powell (Gotham). Production on the first season is underway with the series scheduled to premiere on Paramount Network in Summer 2020.

Written by David Graziano (American Gods), Michael Carnes and Josh Gilbert (Mr. Woodcock), Coyote is the story of Ben Clemens (Chiklis), who, after
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Survey: Classic TV Shows, Olympics Pique Consumer Interest in Peacock (Exclusive)

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New original programming may be a part of Peacock, the new streaming service launching this summer from NBCUniversal, but it is the more familiar elements that are generating the most consumer interest so far.

That’s what an exclusive poll fielded by YouGov for Variety suggests. The poll, which was conducted among 1,445 adults aged 18 and over between January 27 and 28, found that nearly half of adults (45%) had heard of Peacock. This suggests that the marketing campaign NBCU began during the Golden Globes and NFL playoffs in January has been effective in creating awareness.

Respondents who were aware of Peacock were asked to select up to three of the features, which were first announced during the Peacock Investor Meeting on January 16, that they were interested in. The most popular of these was access to classic NBCU TV shows, with almost half selecting it as an element of interest.

Among the classic shows
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Soundtrack Cancelled at Netflix: 'I Feel Like It Never Came Out,' Ep Laments

Netflix will not be putting Soundtrack on repeat: The musical drama has been cancelled after one season, TVLine has confirmed.

Soundtrack, which dropped on the streamer in December 2019, followed a disparate group of interconnected people in contemporary Los Angeles, all of whom were involved with the city’s music industry somehow. Callie Hernandez (Graves), Paul James (Greek), Marianne Jean-Baptiste (Without a Trace), Jenna Dewan (The Resident), Madeleine Stowe (Revenge) and Campbell Scott (Royal Pains) were among the show’s stars.

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A Million Little Things Taps Marcia Gay Harden to Play Gary's Estranged Mom

A Million Little Things Taps Marcia Gay Harden to Play Gary's Estranged Mom
Someone get A Million Little Things‘ Gary a rack, because he’s about to have a slew more mommy issues.

Marcia Gay Harden (The Morning Show, Code Black) has been cast as Gary’s mother, TVLine has learned exclusively.

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The Oscar winner will play Alice, whom viewers will recall left home a few
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Peacock: Pricing Structure, Launch Date Revealed for NBC Universal Streaming Service

NBC Universal's Peacock will open its doors in April for a select group of people, before having a full-fledged launch in July, it has been announced.

Comcast's Xfinity X1 and Flex customers will get early access to the service beginning Wednesday, April 15, while everyone else will be able to stream effective July 15.

NBC Universal has announced a free ad-supported tier for the service called Peaock Free, but there will also be Peacock Premium ($5 a month for Comcast and Cox subscribers and $9.99 for everyone else).

There is a major caveat with the free option, however, with the company noting that subscribers will only have access to “select episodes of marquee Peacock originals,” as opposed to the full seasons the Peacock Premium crowd will have access to.

The network has a lot of scripted series in development, including a Saved by the Bell revival, a Battlestar Galactica reboot, a sequel to Punky Brewster,
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Peacock Programming: List Of NBCUniversal Streaming Service’s Series, Films, Sports, News & More

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NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock goes live on April 15, and here is a list of all the programming it will offer in the first year. Subscribers will get original and acquired series and movies, sports, news and — on Peacock Premium — a nightly pre-broadcast look at NBC’s late-night shows hosted by Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers.

Among the highlights of the new service are Dick Wolf’s Law & Order and Chicago franchises, which were announced today; the Kevin Costner-led Yellowstone; hit shows including Cheers, Saturday Night Live, The Office, Parks and Recreation, 30 Rock, Downton Abbey and Will & Grace; and original series including Tina Fey’s Girls5Eva (announced today), David Schwimmer-fronted Intelligence, a new season of A.P. Bio, a new Battlestar Galactica and sitcom revivals Saved by the Bell and Punky Brewster.

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Here’s everything Peacock users will be
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‘Two and a Half Men’ to Stream Exclusively on NBCUniversal’s Peacock, Instead of HBO Max

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‘Two and a Half Men’ to Stream Exclusively on NBCUniversal’s Peacock, Instead of HBO Max
Another modern-classic sitcom has found its streaming home — but it’s not going to the home that produced it. “Two and a Half Men” will stream exclusively on NBCUniversal’s forthcoming streaming service, Peacock, the platform announced during a Comcast investor event in New York on Thursday.

The Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones — and later Ashton Kutcher — comedy, which ran for 12 seasons from 2003 to 2015 on CBS, was produced by Warner Bros. Television. As you may have heard, that studio’s parent company, WarnerMedia, will be launching its own streaming service, HBO Max, this spring.

The fact that the streaming rights to “Two and a Half Men” were acquired by a direct competitor — which will be the first Svod to house the comedy — is a surprise, given that HBO Max has snapped up the rights to its other classics, like “Friends” and “The West Wing,” from Netflix and paid
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Peacock Sets July Launch Date: NBCUniversal Streaming Service Will Offer Free Tier, Ad-Free Subscriptions

NBCUniversal has revealed a launch date for Peacock: The new streaming service will debut nationally on Wednesday, July 15, the company announced on Thursday. However, Comcast’s Xfinity X1 and Flex customers will get early access to the platform beginning Wednesday, April 15.

It was also revealed that the service will offer a free, ad-supported tier, as well as options for ad-free service. Peacock Free and Peacock Premium (the latter of which costs $4.99 a month for non-bundled Comcast and Cox subscribers) both will come with ads, but premium customers can upgrade to an ad-free experience for an additional $5 per month. (Any customer
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Over 250 Attend 9th Annual Santa Project Party Casino Night Hosted by Jill Flint

The 9th Annual Santa Project Party Casino Night benefiting Adapt Community Network's preschool education programs throughout New York City was held on Tuesday, December 3rd, in New York City.

Jill Flint with Celebrity Ambassadors Mike Woods, Teresa Priolo, Ines Rosales, Tamsen Fadal, Mr. G, Kori Chambers, and Camilla Barungi

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Adapt Community Network is the largest provider of preschool education for children with disabilities in New York. The annual event, which attracts VIP guests from fashion, film, and television, raised over $104,000.

Jill Flint hosted the event. Best known for her starring roles as Dr. Jordan Alexander on NBC’s medical drama, The Night Shift, and as Jill Casey on four seasons of USA’s hit show, Royal Pains, she has also had notable recurring arcs in Amblin Entertainment’s Bull for CBS, Robert and Michelle King’s The Good Wife for CBS, and, more recently, Imagine Television
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Fox Lands ‘Football Book Club’ Comedy From ‘Tootsie’ Duo, Ex-NFL Star Malcolm Mitchell & Kapital As Put Pilot

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Exclusive: In a competitive situation with multiple bidders, Fox has handed a put pilot commitment with a big penalty to Football Book Club, a multi-camera comedy from Robert Horn and Scott Ellis, the duo behind the Tootsie Broadway musical, former New England Patriots wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell, Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment and Warner Bros. TV.

Written by Horn and to be directed by Ellis, Football Book Club is inspired by Mitchell’s experiences. In the comedy, when a career-threatening injury sidelines professional football wide receiver Lawrence Lasalle, a trip to an Athens, Georgia, bookshop unexpectedly lands him as the only male in an all-female Southern book club, started by recent suburban widow Nancy Leverett, looking to reconnect with life. These two opposite lives collide at a time of major transition for both, as a surprising relationship forms over beginnings, Beaujolais and books, bonding a group of opinionated Southern women
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‘Power’ Unveils Guest Stars For Final Episodes; 50 Cent Teases Spinoff Casting

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‘Power’ Unveils Guest Stars For Final Episodes; 50 Cent Teases Spinoff Casting
Exclusive: Who shot Ghost may make up the final episodes of Power next year, but there’ll be some extra firepower joining the Omari Hardwick and Naturi Naughton led Starz drama too. Plus, there may be some casting twists for the Mary J Blige fronted spinoff courtesy of Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.

First of all, sharp eyes may have noticed Cedric the Entertainer briefly in the November 3 midseason finale strewn out on a warehouse floor after a shootout involving the Joseph Sikora portrayed Tommy Egan. The Barbershop alum’s name also popped up in the credits for the “No One Can Stop Me” episode penned by Power creator Courtney Kemp.

Well, Cedric will be joining the last five episodes of Power as part of an out of town underworld team with Brandon Micheal Hall, I’ve learned. A CBS reunion of sorts on premium cable with the God Friended Me star
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Fox Nabs ‘Pivoting’ Comedy From Liz Astrof & Kapital Entertainment With Penalty & Extra Script

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Pivoting, a half-hour single-camera comedy from writer Liz Astrof, Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment and Warner Bros TV, has landed at Fox in a script-plus-penalty development deal that includes one additional backup script.

Written by Astrof, Pivoting is a comedy about tragedy, set in a small, middle-class town in Long Island, where we follow three close-knit childhood friends, after the death of another. During the grieving period, when psychologists advise not to make any big decisions, our three friends do exactly that and upend their lives in an effort to find happiness while there is still time, taking on the mid-life challenge they never saw coming – becoming un-stuck.

Astrof executive produces with Kapital’s Kaplan and Dana Honor.

This marks Astrof’s second broadcast sale this season. She also is writing and executive producing The Last Happy Couple, a comedy in the works at CBS based on the United Studios of Israel series La Famiglia,
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‘Stateside’ Drama About Military Veteran State Trooper From Tony Camerino, Andrew Lenchewski & Kapital Set At Fox With Penalty

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Exclusive: Just in time for today’s Veterans Day, Fox has closed a deal for a script commitment plus penalty to Stateside, about a military veteran who returns to his job as a state trooper. The project, inspired by a true story, comes from The Enemy Within writer-producer Tony Camerino, an 18-year veteran of the Air Force and Air Force Reserves; Royal Pains creator Andrew Lenchewski; and Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment.

Written by Lenchewski and Camerino, Stateside centers on a fearless Special Ops veteran who returns from Iraq to his job as a Massachusetts State Trooper, and is shocked to find his hometown in even worse shape than the war-torn village he spent the past year rebuilding. Gangbangers are rolling through the streets, Ak-47s slung over their shoulders, dealing drugs with impunity. He boldly decides to take the lessons learned in battle and apply them on the streets of an American city.
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