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Kc Undercover: Ending; No Season Four for Disney TV Series

All good things must come to an end, and while it is not cancelled, the Kc Undercover TV show is ending its Disney Channel run. There will be no fourth season of the live-action sitcom. Over the weekend, star Zendaya shared pictures and video from the final day on set. Kc Undercover first premiered on Disney Channel on January 18, 2017. The TV series centers on high school math genius, Kc Cooper (Zendaya), who parents recruit her to work as an undercover spy in the "Organization." The cast also includes Veronica Dunne, Kamil McFadden, Trinitee Stokes, Tammy Townsend, and Kadeem Hardison. The first half of season three aired during July and August of this year. The final episodes are expected to resume in November. Read More…
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Bones Team Challenges Fans to Guess Big Season 12 Twist, Previews 'Jeopardy' for All in Series Finale

Bones Team Challenges Fans to Guess Big Season 12 Twist, Previews 'Jeopardy' for All in Series Finale
As if the events of Bones‘ Season 11 finale don’t already have your brain churning, we’ve got a whole lot more for superfans to mull.

Comic-con 2016 Exclusive Videos, Casting News, Scoop and More

Visiting Michael Ausiello at TVLine’s Comic-Con studio presented by Zte, executive producers Michael Peterson and Jonathan Collier first addressed your concerns about Zach looking “very villainous” at the close of the finale, seemingly outed as the serial killer dubbed The Puppeteer. That final scene, though, is but the start of a new “journey” for the long-mia character, the EPs say.

RelatedBones @ Comic-Con: Two (!) Deaths,
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Warner Bros. Formally Unveils Future Content For Lego Dimensions

A new video has been published on YouTube by Warner Bros. (above) showcasing a mind-boggling amount of new content on its way to Lego Dimensions starting from September 30.

In case you missed it earlier in the week, it was reported that several new expansions and collaborations were in the works for the quintessential Lego game that would include the likes of Sonic The Hedgehog, Harry Potter and the Teen Titans as new characters. As it turns out, the report was true, but those three are just the tip of the iceberg – 16 new “entertainment properties” are in the works and due to be released from the Fall onward.

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Adventure Time Beetlejuice Et Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Ghostbusters Gremlins Harry Potter Knight Rider Lego City Undercover Mission Impossible Sonic The Hedgehog Teen Titans Go! The A Team The Goonies The Lego Batman Movie
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Dennis Haysbert Goes ‘Undercover’ In BBC America Political Thriller

Dennis Haysbert Goes ‘Undercover’ In BBC America Political Thriller
Former 24 star Dennis Haysbert has joined BBC One drama Undercover. The political thriller will air on BBC America Stateside and is co-developed under a creative partnership between BBC Worldwide and AMC Networks. From screenwriter Peter Moffat (Silk, Criminal Justice), it stars Sophie Okonedo. The six-part series is currently filming in Louisiana and the UK. Haysbert plays a man who has been on death row for 20 years, falsely imprisoned for murder. Maya (Okonedo) can…
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What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - Hell's Kitchen, UnREAL

Hell's Kitchen: ITV2, 9pm

Gordon Ramsay's back and he brings his insults along for the ride as his competitive cook show returns for another series.

In a double-bill tonight, 18 aspiring chefs battle it out in the kitchen to impress Ramsay with their signature dish. Of course it never runs smoothly, so expect sweat, tears and lots of shouting.

Undercover: Dave, 9pm

It's the last episode of the fish-out-of-water series, but can Chris (Daniel Rigby) ultimately step up and be a hero?

Yurik (Robert Ashby) is about to reveal his successor, while Zoe (Sarah Alexander) remains prisoner to the Sarkissians. Also Lara (Yasmine Akram) has a few announcements to make.

Z Nation: Pick TV, 10pm

Tonight is the UK premiere of the cult SyFy post-apocalyptic series, set three years after a zombie virus spread throughout America.

A team of individuals must transport Murphy (Keith Allan) from New York
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What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - No Offence, Chicago Fire

The Goldbergs: E4, 7:30pm

In the season finale of the Us sitcom, Erica is accepted into a summer arts academy and Murray struggles to express his support.

Meanwhile, Barry is accepted as the school's new sports mascot.

No Offence: Channel 4, 9pm

They're not out of the deep just yet - things are about to turn even more ugly for the team of detectives as Channel 4's comedy crime drama draws to a close.

Viv is trying to avoid the repercussions of her unethical behaviour from the previous episode, before it catches her out. Meanwhile Dinah and Deering clash, sparking a chain of inevitable events.

Undercover: Dave, 9pm

Once again undercover cop Chris (Daniel Rigby) finds himself outside of his comfort zone as he continues to infiltrate the Armenian crime family.

This week sees Chris attempting to steal a set of diamonds for a wedding gift for the Margarian family's daughter.
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What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - Empire, Dara O Briain Meets Stephen Hawking

Empire: E4, 9pm

The hit Us musical drama starring Terrence Howard and Taraji P Henson continues tonight on E4.

This week's episode sees Cookie arranging a family legacy album featuring Lucious, Hakeem and Jamal. Meanwhile, Cookie finally meets Camilla (Naomi Campbell), and Jamal makes a big revelation.

Undercover: Dave, 9pm

Daniel Rigby and Sarah Alexander star in Dave's ambitious original comedy series, which launches this evening.

The series follows neurotic police officer Chris working undercover in an Armenian crime family, who quickly clashes with new handler Di Zoe Kelly.

Who Do You Think You Are? USA: Watch, 9pm

A brand new series of the celebrity ancestry series features Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon in the first episode.

During her journey, the actress discovers that her great-great-great grandmother murdered her abusive husband with an axe and was sentenced to five years in prison.

Dara O Briain Meets Stephen Hawking: BBC One,
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Dave's new series Undercover is "edgier" than your average sitcom

Dave is about to launch its first wholly original sitcom - and star Daniel Rigby has promised that Undercover is "edgier" than your average comedy.

BAFTA winner Rigby plays Chris, a hapless undercover cop who infiltrates the Armenian mob, with Sarah Alexander cast as his handler Zoe.

"I think there was a bit more freedom to be a bit edgier than you would on [for example] the Beeb," Rigby told Digital Spy.

"This is quite an unusual sitcom, I think," Alexander added. "It's their first piece of ginal] comedy that they've commissioned, and I think it's really exciting that they're doing something so different."

Undercover has been billed as Donnie Brasco with more laughs, but Rigby insisted he did not attempt to model himself on Johnny Depp in the 1997 mafia movie.

"I watched it, but I didn't base my performance on Johnny Depp," he laughed. "I knew I'd lost that battle before it'd begun,
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Undercover: Get a first look at Dave's new original sitcom

Dave has offered a first look at its new original sitcom Undercover.

The six-part series stars BAFTA winner Chris Rigby and Sarah Alexander, who launch a mission to infiltrate a notorious Armenian crime mob.

Rigby stars as Chris, a neurotic cop who ends up hopelessly out of his depth when he joins the mob, while Alexander will play his ambitious and driven police handler, Di Zoe Keller.

Keith Allen, Plebs actor Ryan Sampson, Sherlock's Yasmine Akram and Friday Night Dinner's Mark Heap will also appear in the series.

Undercover is Dave's latest original commission, with David Hasselhoff also set to star in mockumentary series Hoff the Record.

Undercover will premiere on Tuesday, June 16 at 9pm on Dave.
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Dave is launching new original sitcom Undercover in June

Dave's new original sitcom Undercover will premiere on June 16, Digital Spy can exclusively reveal.

The high-stakes comedy series - starring BAFTA winner Daniel Rigby and Sarah Alexander - will air on Tuesday nights at 9pm.

Undercover stars Rigby as Chris, a neurotic undercover cop who ends up hopelessly out of his depth when he infiltrates an Armenian crime mob.

Alexander will play Zoe, his ambitious and driven police handler, while Keith Allen, Plebs actor Ryan Sampson, Sherlock's Yasmine Akram and Friday Night Dinner's Mark Heap will also appear in the series.

Undercover is Dave's latest original commission, with David Hasselhoff also set to star in mockumentary series Hoff the Record.

The channel also revived sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf, drawing record-breaking ratings for the channel.

Daniel Rigby to star in Dave comedy Undercover

David Hasselhoff on new Dave sitcom: 'Kumars meets Curb Your Enthusiasm'
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