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Flash Season Five Zips onto Disc 8/27

  • Comicmix
Burbank, CA – Just in time for the sixth season premiere of the highest-rated series on The CW, you will be bolting into stores to pick up The Flash: The Complete Fifth Season as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases the Blu-ray and DVD on August 27, 2019. Fans will be able to speed-watch all 22 electrifying episodes from the fifth season, plus the show’s 2018 Comic-Con Panel, three featurettes, deleted scenes, a gag reel and more! All three DC Crossover: Elseworlds episodes will be available only for fans who purchase the Blu-ray set. The Flash: The Complete Fifth Season is priced to own at $39.99 Srp for the DVD ($51.99 in Canada) and $44.98 Srp for the Blu-ray ($52.99 in Canada), which includes a Digital Copy (available in the U.S.). The Flash: The Complete Fifth Season is also available to own on Digital via purchase from digital retailers.

Shortly after defeating The Thinker, Barry Allen/The Flash and his wife,
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‘Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch’ Film Review: Benedict Cumberbatch Helps Make Third Time Charming

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‘Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch’ Film Review: Benedict Cumberbatch Helps Make Third Time Charming
While researching the history of Christmas movies, I watched 22 different adaptations of “A Christmas Carol,” and even that felt like just scratching the surface. So if Ebenezer Scrooge can be subject to myriad interpretations — even when some fans are convinced that one version or other is the “definitive” one — why shouldn’t the Grinch?

That’s an easier argument to make now that we have “Dr. SeussThe Grinch” as an example of how to revisit the material, particularly since the 2000 live-action take was such a grim and overblown piece of Yule-sploitation. That version no doubt led many to dread this latest one, from “Minions”-makers Illumination Entertainment, but this new animated feature is bright, both in its color palette and in the wit and liveliness of the storytelling.

You know the tale: the curmudgeonly Grinch (now voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch) lives high atop Mount Crumpet with his devoted dog Max,
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The Flash Promotes Hartley Sawyer to Series Regular for Season 5

It was no stretch to see this one coming.

TVLine has learned that The CW’s The Flash has promoted Hartley Sawyer to series regular for Season 5, thus extennnnnnnnding his stay as Ralph Dibny aka the super-elastic The Elongated Man.

The actor first appeared on the Arrow offshoot early during Season 4.

Sawyer’s promotion marks the latest bit of fall casting news for the Arrowverse. As reported earlier this week, Danielle Nicolet, who plays The Flash‘s Cecile, has also been also promoted to series regular for the coming season. Meanwhile over on Arrow, neither Willa Holland (Thea) nor Paul Blackthorne
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The Flash Season 4: Hartley Sawyer to Play Stretchy Superhero Elongated Man

The Flash Season 4: Hartley Sawyer to Play Stretchy Superhero Elongated Man
Barry Allen is getting a looooong helping hand.

The Flash has tapped Hartley Sawyer (The Young and the Restless) to recur as Ralph Dibny (aka Elongated Man) during Season 4, TVLine has learned.

RelatedThe Flash: Tom Felton Not Returning as Series Regular for Season 4

Dibny is described as “a fast-talking private investigator with investigative skills that rival those of Batman.” Oh, and he can stretch his body to any shape or form. After discovering his new abilities, Dibny uses his superpower to help Team Flash solve one of Central City’s greatest mysteries.

In the DC Comics canon, Ralph
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Rise: CW Develops Martial Law Drama from Vampire Diaries Team

With The Vampire Diaries approaching its eighth and final season, co-creator Julie Plec, and co-executive producers Chad Fiveash and James Patrick Stoteraux are developing Rise, a new series for The CW and Warner Bros. Television. Deadline reports Rise is a martial law drama, set after a terrorist attack. The trio first worked together on teen sci-fi drama, Kyle Xy, which was cancelled after three seasons on ABC Family (now Freeform), in 2009.Fiveash and Stoteraux went on to Legend of the Seeker, which was cancelled in 2010, after two seasons in first-run syndication; Glory Daze, which was cancelled after one season on TBS; and Switch at Birth, which too has been cancelled. Its fifth and final season will premiere on Freeform in January.
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Mary Elizabeth Winstead starts a new life in Alex of Venice trailer

Mary Elizabeth Winstead starts a new life in Alex of Venice trailer
Mary Elizabeth Winstead starts her life for the second time in a trailer for Alex of Venice.

The drama film is directed by The Mindy Project's Chris Messina, who also stars as a stay-at-home dad who leaves his family.

His ex-wife Alex (Winstead) tries to move on with her life and find love again with a new boyfriend (Derek Luke) with the help of her family.

Don Johnson appears as Alex's pot-smoking hippie father, while Glory Daze actress Julianna Guill portrays Alex's wild child sister.

Playwright Jessica Goldberg collaborated on Alex of Venice's screenplay with Messina, Half Nelson actress Katie Nehra and Little Miss Sunshine actor Justin Shilton.

Alex of Venice opens on April 17 in the Us.
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Zach Galifianakis & Jon Hamm attached to star in Keeping Up With the Joneses

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THR is reporting Zach Galifianakis and Jon Hamm are in talks to join Keeping Up With The Joneses, a new comedy from Superbad and Paul director Greg Mottola. Galifianakis and Hamm are still negotiating their deals, but Mottola has already closed his deal, according to the site. Mike LeSieur (You, Me And Dupree, The Maiden Heist, television's Glory Daze) wrote the script for Keeping Up With The Joneses, and the film will follow, "a type-a couple in an idyllic suburban...
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Exclusive: Chicago Fire Spin-Off Cuts Two Actors

Exclusive: Chicago Fire Spin-Off Cuts Two Actors
There are two officers down on NBC’s Chicago Pd.

TVLine has confirmed exclusively that Scott Eastwood and Tania Raymonde, both of whom appeared in last season’s backdoor pilot episode of Chicago Fire that introduced the Pd cast, will not be moving forward with the spin-off.

Related | Save the Dates! Your Guide to More Than 100 January Premieres

According to sources, both actors quietly departed the series over the summer for creative reasons. They follow the June exits of Melissa Sagemiller (Law & Order: Svu) and Kelly Blatz (Glory Daze).

Sophia Bush (One Tree Hill), Patrick Flueger (The 4400) and Jesse Lee Soffer
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Felicia Day Welcomes Caper to Geek & Sundry YouTube Channel

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There’s a whole world of superhero-related comedy that has yet to be fully explored because, quite ridiculously, most audiences are too wrapped up in the more serious ventures put out by Marvel and DC in the form of movies and television dramas. But that’s why we have brilliant minds like Felicia Day, who has created a platform where less typical types of programs can be tackled. Day’s Geek & Sundry YouTube channel is going to be the future home of a new web series from Amy Berg and Mike Sizemore, called Caper. It’s the exact kind of silliness that I’ve been wanting from a superhero series for the longest time.

The web series will reunite Berg with Leverage star Beth Riesgraf, who will be playing one of four superheroes who, according to THR, are forced to consider a life of crime in order to fund their crime-fighting lifestyles.
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NBC Reveals 2013-2014 Lineup – Catch Full Preview With Trailers And Clips

The new fall season is closer than you think, and NBC has released their full schedule. Apart from reality favorites The Biggest Loser and The Voice, they are mixing things up quite a bit.

Take a look at a complete preview of the shows coming your way, and mark your calendars. It looks good for NBC this year, and while I’m not sure all of these look like winners, I think you’ll find at least a couple that you’re really going to like.

Blacklist – Fall

The Blacklist — (Photo by: NBC)

For decades, ex-government agent Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader) has been one of the FBI’s most wanted fugitives. Brokering shadowy deals for criminals across the globe, Red was known by many as “The Concierge of Crime.”

Now, he’s mysteriously surrendered to the FBI with an explosive offer: he will help catch a long-thought-dead terrorist, Ranko Zamani,
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What to Watch Friday: Merlin Reappears, Happy Endings Finale, Maron Trolls for Laughs and More

What to Watch Friday: Merlin Reappears, Happy Endings Finale, Maron Trolls for Laughs and More
On TV this Friday: Merlin returns for its final run of episodes, Happy Endings wraps (forever?) with babies and a bride, the Reagans are Blue indeed after tragedy and Marc Maron gets going on IFC. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

8 pm Nikita (The CW) | Cyrus returns to help Nikita, Michael and Alex try to regain control of Division’s full-of-secrets black box, which is now (naturally) in Amanda’s evil little hands.

8 pm Undercover Boss (CBS) | The president of Orkin’s parent company finds out what bugs his employees as he tackles a major cockroach infestation (ick) and swarming bees.
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Kelly Blatz Cast In ‘Chicago Fire’ Spinoff

Exclusive: Kelly Blatz has joined NBC‘s proposed Chicago Fire spinoff, from Wolf Films and Universal TV. Blatz will guest star in the Chicago Fire freshman season finale, which serves as planted spinoff for a potential new drama series, a cop drama about the Chicago Police Department. Blatz will play the young but seasoned Officer Elam, a role that would be one of the leads of the potential spinoff. He joins recently cast Melissa Sagemiller, Tania Raymonde and Scott Eastwood. The Chicago Fire spinoff project is being developed by Chicago Fire creators/executive producers Derek Haas and Michael Brandt and executive producers Matt Olmstead and Wolf. It is still unclear which Chicago Fire actors would transfer to the spinoff series, with Jon Seda, who has been recurring as Chicago Pd Detective Antonio Dawson, considered a strong possibility. Blatz, repped by ICM Partners, Luber Roklin and Alan Hergott, recently starred in
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Fox Digital’s ‘Bad Samaritans’ & ‘Shotgun Wedding’ Get Netflix Debut Dates

Fox Digital Studio announced today that the series Bad Samaritans and the feature Shotgun Wedding will premiere on Netflix on March 31 and April 1, respectively. The Walt Becker-produced Bad Samaritans will have all episodes of its first season available simultaneously. Here’s today’s release: Los Angeles, CA – Fox Digital Studio will premiere its original comedy series “Bad Samaritans” on March 31st, and original feature film “Shotgun Wedding” on April 1st, both via Netflix streaming. “Bad Samaritans” was produced by Walt Becker, director of “Van Wilder” and “Wild Hogs,” and creator of TBS’s “Glory Daze” in partnership with Fox Digital Studio specifically for digital distribution. The ensemble cast includes Julianna Guill (“Friday the 13th”), Brian Kubach (“Piranha”), Tommy Snider (“Cartoon Cartoon Fridays”), Alice Hunter (“Girlhouse”), Robert Lasardo (“Nip/Tuck”), and David Faustino (“Married with Children”). The show also includes guest starring roles by Andy Dick (“NewsRadio”), Brian Huskey (“Veep
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TVLine Items: Dollhouse Vet Visits CSI, Pretty Little Liars Season 4 Premiere Date and More!

TVLine Items: Dollhouse Vet Visits CSI, Pretty Little Liars Season 4 Premiere Date and More!
Fresh off her run on ABC’s underwatched Last Resort, Dichen Lachman has landed a juicy guest-starring role on CSI.

TVLine has confirmed that the Dollhouse actress will appear in the May 1 episode of the long-running CBS crime drama as Jessica, a “seductive and edgy” pharmaceutical rep who may have been having an affair with a coworker. When said colleague turns up dead at a corporate retreat, Jessica emerges as a prime suspect.

Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…

• Great news, ‘A’ team: Pretty Little Liars — which wraps its third year next Tuesday, March 19 — will be back Tuesday,
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(Awesome) Pilot Scoop: Chuck's Ryan McPartlin Joins TBS' Workplace Comedy Do It Yourself

(Awesome) Pilot Scoop: Chuck's Ryan McPartlin Joins TBS' Workplace Comedy Do It Yourself
TBS’ Do It Yourself pilot just got a little more awesome.

TVLine has learned that Ryan McPartlin, aka Chuck‘s Captain Awesome, is joining the cast as a series regular.

The multi-cam workplace comedy, from Walt Becker (Glory Daze) Rob Long (Sullivan & Son), focuses on a group of misfits working at a Home Depot-esque super store called Home Time.

Basically, it’s Buy More with cork flooring and dimmer switches instead of flatscreen TVs and iPads.

McPartlin will play Tyler, an enthusiastic employee of the paint department, where he gives several demonstrations a week. Tyler considers himself an actor and an artist,
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TVLine Items: TV Land Greenlights Kirstie Alley Comedy, John Stamos Nixes Gh Return and More!

TVLine Items: TV Land Greenlights Kirstie Alley Comedy, John Stamos Nixes Gh Return and More!
TV Land has ordered to series Kirstie’s New Show, a sitcom starring Cheers vets Kirstie Alley and Rhea Perlman and Seinfeld‘s Michael Richards.

Formerly known as Giant Baby, the comedy stars Alley as Maddie Banks, a Broadway star whose world suddenly changes when the son she gave up for adoption (played by Eric Petersen) shows up after 26 years.

Perlman, meanwhile, plays Maddie’s best friend and assistant; Richards is her kooky limo driver.

Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…

• Sadly, Blackie Parrish is not General Hospital-bound. While appearing on The Jeff Probst Show (airing Monday,
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TBS Greenlights Blue Collar Comedy Pilot From Walt Becker And Rob Long

Exclusive: After each of them has co-created a TBS series, Walt Becker (Wild Hogs) and Cheers alum Rob Long have teamed for a multi-camera comedy project, which has landed a pilot order at TBS. The network has greenlighted Do It Yourself, created and executive produced by Becker and Long and produced internally at Turner. It tells the story of Nick, a 20-something laid-off math teacher who finds himself thrust into the blue collar world when he gets a job at that most American of retail institutions: the big box home supply store. Nick quickly becomes the de facto leader of his band of misfit coworkers while also figuring out ways to redefine what it means to be a teacher. Becker and Michael LeSieur created TBS’ hourlong fraternity comedy series Glory Daze, which ran for one season. Long and Steve Byrne co-created TBS’ multi-camera comedy Sullivan & Son, which has been renewed for a second season.
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Josh Brener & Lindsey Broad Cast In Mike Judge’s HBO Comedy Pilot ‘Silicon Valley’

Exclusive: Josh Brener (Glory Daze) and Lindsey Broad (The Office) are set to co-star in Silicon Valley, HBO’s single-camera dark comedy pilot from the King Of The Hill trio of Mike Judge, John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky and producer Scott Rudin. They join recently cast T.J. Miller and Thomas Middleditch. Silicon Valley is set in the high tech gold rush of modern Silicon Valley, where the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success. Brener will play Big Head, Thomas’ (Middleditch) friend and confidant. He doesn’t really have that big of a head but the grade school nickname stuck. His claim to fame is getting himself into the Hacker Hostel incubator with his App idea “Nip Alert” which tells you the location of women with erect nipples. The owner of the Hacker House (Miller) loves him. Broad will play Tandy. Attractive in a friendly,
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Jane Fonda signs to star in ABC comedy pilot 'Now What?'

Jane Fonda, sitcom star? It could happen.

The two-time Oscar winner has signed on to star in a comedy project in development at ABC called "Now What?," Variety reports. It would be her first regular role in a TV series.

The show is about a woman who writes an online screed detailing why she hates her mother (Fonda) -- only to have mom move in with her and insist they work out their issues.

Abby Gewanter ("Pushing Daisies," "Glory Daze") is writing the pilot. Mike Tollin ("One Tree Hill," "Smallville") and Ben Spector are executive producing along with director Scott Ellis ("Weeds").

Fonda has only dabbled in TV over the course of her long career, starring in a couple TV movies and guesting on HBO's "The Newsroom" earlier this year. Her next movie is "The Butler," in which she plays former first lady Nancy Reagan. It's due for release sometime
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Suburgatory: Tim Meadows and Paula Newsome to Guest Star in Season 2

According to the La TV Insider Examiner, Suburgatory is adding two more guest stars to fill out the world of Chatswin. Tim Meadows and Paula Newsome have signed on to play Malik's parents this season, both set to appear in the seventh and eighth episodes of the ABC comedy. Meadows will be playing Edmond, the domesticated patriarch of the family known for his turkey meatballs, while Newsome will be portraying Tracie, a lawyer who tries to steer her family into being like the Obamas.

Little has been known about Malik thus far, so meeting his parents should provide a much clearer picture on the Medium aficionado. It fits in with the rest of the current storylines focusing on identity in relation to parents, as season one left off with Lisa finding out that Ryan is adopted and Tessa ready to embrace her mother's side of the family after being torn
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