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The Kills’ Alison Mosshart Drops New Song From Facebook Watch Drama ‘Sacred Lies’ (Watch Video)

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The Kills’ Alison Mosshart Drops New Song From Facebook Watch Drama ‘Sacred Lies’ (Watch Video)
Alison Mosshart, singer of The Kills and Dead Weather, has a new solo project coming from which a song, “Rise,” is featured in the FacebookWatch drama “Sacred Lies.” Watch her home-made video below:

Along with The Kills and Dead Weather, over the years Mosshart has collaborated with everyone from the Arctic Monkeys and Primal Scream to Gang Of Four, Cage The Elephant, Foo Fighters, James Williamson and Mini Mansions.

Rise” is a slow-burner recorded for, and prominently featured in, today’s final episode of Facebook Watch drama “Sacred Lies.” The track is available now on Domino Records.

Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones” is produced by Blumhouse Television, produced by Raelle Tucker and stars Juliette Lewis, Ryan Kwanten, Jordan Alexander and Kristin Baue, “Rise” is a through line throughout the story and is performed by Jordan Alexander (“Elsie”) in Episode One.

Mosshart is currently hunkered down at her Nashville home and
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Exclusive Interview – Jordan Alexander from Sacred Lies: The Singing Bone

Exclusive Interview – Jordan Alexander from Sacred Lies: The Singing Bone
Tai Freligh interviews Sacred Lies actress Jordan Alexander… Jordan Alexander is a dynamic and unique young artist on the rise. A native of Toronto, Canada she started her career as a talented singer/songwriter who was encouraged to pursue acting by her sister. About six months after being discovered and signed by her manager, Jordan booked […]

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Exclusive Interview – Sacred Lies showrunner Raelle Tucker

Exclusive Interview – Sacred Lies showrunner Raelle Tucker
Tai Freligh interviews Sacred Lies showrunner Raelle Tucker… Raelle Tucker was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico and raised in Ibiza, Spain. She is an Emmy, Golden Globe and Glaad nominated writer, producer and showrunner. Known for her work on Supernatural, HBO’s True Blood, A&e’s The Returned, Netflix’s Jessica Jones and creating the Facebook Watch/Blumhouse-produced anthology […]

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‘Grimm’ Co-creator David Greenwalt Signs With Apa; Innovative Inks ‘Sacred Lies’ Actress Jordan Alexander

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‘Grimm’ Co-creator David Greenwalt Signs With Apa; Innovative Inks ‘Sacred Lies’ Actress Jordan Alexander
Apa has added Grimm co-creator David Greenwalt to its client roster along with Roni Greenwalt and their Swan Song production banner. David was also the co-showrunner on the hit NBC series, which ran for six seasons. Prior to that, David served as executive producer on Buffy The Vampire Slayer before creating and exec producing the spin-off, Angel. He’s also the co-creator behind the short-lived cult series, Profit. David’s other reps include Lbi Entertainment and Brecheen Feldman.

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Innovative Artists has signed Canadian actress and recording artist Jordan Alexander for agency representation. On the small screen, Alexander recently landed her first major role starring opposite Juliette Lewis and Ryan Kwanten in the second season of the Facebook Watch/Blumhouse TV anthology drama, Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones., which debuted last month.
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Gossip Girl Reboot: Emily Alyn Lind Set to Lead Cast

Gossip Girl Reboot: Emily Alyn Lind Set to Lead Cast
Gossip Girl's upcoming reboot has found its first star.

Deadline is reporting that Emily Alyn Lind has been set to lead the upcoming HBO Max series.

Lind's character is named Audrey, who has been in a long-term relationship and is beginning to wonder what else is out there for her.

Gossip Girl has scored a 10-episode order from HBO Max, with Joshua Safran, Josh Schwartz, and Stephanie Savage on board to shepherd the reboot.

Safran is writing the new take, which picks up 8 years after the original, which wrapped in 2012.

Here is the HBO Max synopsis:

Eight years after the original website went dark, a new generation of New York private school teens are introduced to the social surveillance of Gossip Girl.

The prestige series will address just how much social media - and the landscape of New York itself - has changed in the intervening years.

The original
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‘Gossip Girl’ Reboot at HBO Max Casts Emily Alyn Lind

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‘Gossip Girl’ Reboot at HBO Max Casts Emily Alyn Lind
HBO Max’s “Gossip Girl” sequel series has found one of its leads.

Emily Alyn Lind, whose recent credits include the Blumhouse-Facebook Watch series “Sacred Lies,” has joined the cast in a leading role.

The new show, which was ordered straight to series in July 2019, is set eight years after the original’s finale and will follow a new generation of New York private school teens who are introduced to the social surveillance of the Gossip Girl site. It will explore how much social media and the landscape of New York itself has changed in the intervening years.

Lind will play a character named Audrey, who has been in a long term relationship and is beginning to wonder what more could be out there. Her other TV credits include the CBS medical drama “Code Black” and the ABC series “Revenge.” On the film side, she starred alongside Ewan McGregor
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‘Gossip Girl’: Emily Alyn Lind To Star In Reboot On HBO Max

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‘Gossip Girl’: Emily Alyn Lind To Star In Reboot On HBO Max
Exclusive: Emily Alyn Lind (Code Black) has been cast as a lead in Gossip Girl, HBO Max’s upcoming series reimagining of the pop culture phenomenon that made household names of stars such as Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Penn Badgley, Chace Crawford and Ed Westwick.

The 10-episode series hails from Joshua Safran, Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage’s Fake Empire, Alloy Entertainment, Warner Bros TV and CBS Television Studios.

Like the original series, the new iteration of Gossip Girl, written by Safran, is based on the book by Cecily von Ziegesar. Eight years after the original website went dark, a new generation of New York private school teens are introduced to the social surveillance of Gossip Girl. The prestige series will address just how much social media — and the landscape of New York itself — has changed in the intervening years.

Lind’s character Audrey has been in a long term
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Toby Huss Signs With Apa; Ruth Madeley Inks With Paradigm

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Toby Huss Signs With Apa; Ruth Madeley Inks With Paradigm
Actor-writer-artist Toby Huss, who currently stars in Apple TV’s Dickinson opposite Hailee Steinfeld, has signed with Apa.

Huss plays Edward Dickinson, Emily’s (Steinfeld) father, on the half-hour comedy about 1800s poet Emily Dickinson.

Huss was a series regular on all four seasons of AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire, as well as Facebook’s Sacred Lies and HBO’s Carnivale. He recently appeared in HBO’s The Righteous Gemstones, Jason Reitman’s The Front Runner, and the Universal/Blumhouse reboot of Halloween opposite Jamie Lee Curtis. Other television credits include a recurring on Glow, as well as appearances on Veep, Feud, King of the Hill, Reno 911!, and NewsRadio.

Huss recently wrapped shooting the Blumhouse feature In A Valley Of Violence. Other feature credits include Ghostbusters, Girlfriend’s Day, Enough Said, 42, Cowboys and Aliens, Bedazzled, and Jerry MacGuire.

Huss is also repped by Artists First.

Years and Years
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Time Is Running Out For Elsie in This Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones Sneak Peek

Time Is Running Out For Elsie in This Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones Sneak Peek
The investigation at the heart of Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones is going to get much more dire in Chapter 4, according to this sneak peek TV Guide has of the upcoming episode. After Harper (Juliette Lewis) blew up Elsie's (Jordan Alexander) world by telling her that Peter (Ryan Kwanten) isn't

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Interview: Ryan Kwanten Talks Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones, Reflects on True Blood and Dead Silence

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Interview: Ryan Kwanten Talks Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones, Reflects on True Blood and Dead Silence
Over the years, Ryan Kwanten has endeared himself to genre fans with his work on True Blood, or on films like Dead Silence, Knights of Badassdom, and Red Hill (which is a highly underappreciated revenge-fueled thriller that this writer dug). And for his latest project, the anthological Facebook Watch series Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones, Kwanten portrays Peter Wolfe, a man who abandoned his young daughter some 13 years prior, and struggles to come to terms with who he is and the things that he’s done.

Daily Dead recently had the opportunity to speak with Kwanten, and he discussed the True Blood connection to Sacred Lies by way of Raelle Tucker, the showrunner for the Blumhouse Television series, and how her involvement was one of the biggest reasons he wanted to get involved with the 10-episode second season of Sacred Lies. Kwanten also chatted about his approach to his character,
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Interview: Juliette Lewis Discusses Her Character and More for Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones

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Interview: Juliette Lewis Discusses Her Character and More for Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones
Last year, this writer was thrilled to have the opportunity to speak with one of my long-time favorite actresses, Juliette Lewis, for Ma (you can read that interview Here). So, when I was asked to chat with her again for the second season of the Facebook Watch series, Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones, I jumped at the chance. During the interview, Lewis discussed the initial appeal of the project and how she connected with her character, Harper, a woman tirelessly working to identify the unnamed women who have died, and the only legacy they leave behind is being known as a “Jane Doe.”

Lewis also talked about the collaborative process she experienced on Sacred Lies with showrunner Raelle Tucker and the various directors for each episode, how much she enjoyed working with her co-star Jordan Alexander, and more.

From Blumhouse Television, Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones kicks off today, exclusively on Facebook Watch.
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Sacred Lies' Juliette Lewis and Kimiko Glenn on gutsy women and true crime junkies

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Sacred Lies' Juliette Lewis and Kimiko Glenn on gutsy women and true crime junkies
Fans went crazy for the first season of the anthology series Sacred Lies, which found Minnow Bly, a teen who is sent to juvenile detention after being suspected of killing a cult leader she followed. That storyline wrapped up, but the show is back as Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones with a whole new cast, and a whole…
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The TVLine-Up: What's Returning, New and Leaving the Week of Feb. 16

This weekly feature is in addition to TVLine’s daily What to Watch listings.

With more than 530 scripted shows now airing across broadcast, cable and streaming, it’s easy to forget that a favorite comedy is returning, or that the new “prestige drama” you anticipated is about to debut. So consider this our reminder to set your DVR, order a Season Pass, pop a fresh Memorex into the Vcr… however it is you roll.

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This week,
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‘Limetown,’ ‘Sorry For Your Loss’ Canceled at Facebook Watch

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‘Limetown,’ ‘Sorry For Your Loss’ Canceled at Facebook Watch
Facebook Watch has canceled two of its shows amid a scaling back of its scripted content.

Both “Limetown” and “Sorry For Your Loss” have been canceled after their first and second seasons respectively, Variety has confirmed.

Based on the podcast of the same name produced by Two Up, “Limetown” followed Lia Haddock (Jessica Biel), a journalist for American Public Radio, as she unravels the mystery behind the disappearance of over 300 people at a neuroscience research facility in Tennessee.

Biel executive produced via her Iron Ocean Productions banner alongside Michelle Purple. Endeavor Content served as the studio. Zack Akers and Skip Bronkie, creators of the “Limetown” podcast, wrote and also executive produced. Midnight Radio’s Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec, Jeff Pinkner and Scott Rosenberg were all executive producers, with Adrienne Erickson producing.

While “Sorry For Your Loss” centered on Elizabeth Olsen’s character Leigh, a recent widow, as she struggles to
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Facebook Watch Cancels ‘Sorry for Your Loss’ and ‘Limetown’

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Facebook has canceled its Facebook Watch original series “Sorry for Your Loss,” which stars Elizabeth Olsen, and “Limetown,” starring Jessica Biel, an individual with knowledge of the situation tells TheWrap.

Limetown” aired one season, while “Sorry for Your Loss” had two. According to Deadline, which first reported that the shows have been canceled, “Sorry for Your Loss” is being shopped around to other outlets.

Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheWrap, but Deadline reports that the cancellations are the beginning of a push away from scripted series at Facebook Watch in favor of unscripted shows.

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However, Facebook Watch still plans to release scripted series already in development. Scripted shows currently planned for Facebook Watch include Season 3 of “The Real Bros of Simi Valley,” and a second season of “Sacred Lies,” a Blumhouse Television series starring Juliette Lewis,
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Facebook Cancels ‘Sorry For Your Loss’ & ‘Limetown’ As It Scales Back Scripted Efforts Amid Unscripted Push

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Facebook Cancels ‘Sorry For Your Loss’ & ‘Limetown’ As It Scales Back Scripted Efforts Amid Unscripted Push
Exclusive: Facebook Watch has opted not to renew its original series Sorry For Your Loss, starring Elizaeth Olsen, for a third season and Limetown, headlined by Jessica Biel, for a second. The critically praised Sorry For Your Loss is being shopped around, I hear.

Facebook Watch still has several scripted series in the pipeline, which will be released as planned. Going forward, the company will be pairing down significantly their scripted development efforts. Word around town is that Facebook is leaving the scripted business. Sources close to the situation indicate that Facebook is not closing the door completely on original scripted programming if the right project came along but its focus is shifting to unscripted fare where it’s had more success and better traction with Facebook users.

Among Facebook Watch’s most popular originals are the Daytime Emmy-nominated Red Table Talk with Jada Pinkett Smith as well as Returning the Favor with Mike Rowe.
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'Sorry for Your Loss,' 'Limetown' Canceled at Facebook Watch

Facebook Watch is paring back on scripted series, canceling Limetown after a single season and Sorry for Your Loss after two.

The moves come as the social media giant is paring back on scripted shows for its streaming platform, which have had some trouble breaking through despite critical acclaim for Sorry for Your Loss and generally positive notices for Limetown. Scripted series already ordered — including the third season of Real Bros of Simi Valley and Blumhouse's Sacred Lies, which is set to premiere Feb. 20 — will still run on Facebook Watch, but the streamer will redouble its efforts in unscripted programming.

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‘Dickinson’: Finn Jones & Pico Alexander To Star In Season 2 Of Apple Series

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‘Dickinson’: Finn Jones & Pico Alexander To Star In Season 2 Of Apple Series
Game of Thrones and Iron Fist alum Finn Jones and Pico Alexander are set to star opposite Hailee Steinfeld in the second season of Apple’s half-hour comedy series Dickinson, from wiip, Anonymous Content and Sugar23, Deadline has learned. Season 2 is currently in production in New York.

Created by Alena Smith Dickinson audaciously explores the constraints of society, gender and family from the perspective of rebellious young poet Emily Dickinson, played by Steinfeld. Set in the 19th century, the series is a coming-of-age story that finds Emily to be the unexpected hero for our millennial generation.

Jones will play Samuel Bowles, an energetic and magnetic newspaper editor. Alexander will portray Henry “Ship” Shipley, a dropout of Amherst College and a boarder with the Dickinsons.

In addition to Steinfeld, they join season 2 cast members Jane Krakowski, Toby Huss, Anna Baryshnikov, Ella Hunt, Adrian Blake Enscoe.

Michael Sugar (Spotlight) and Ashley Zalta (Maniac) executive produce for Sugar23 Productions, along with Alex Goldstone for Anonymous Content, Paul Lee for wiip, and Steinfeld. The series is written and executive produced by Smith, who also serves as showrunner.

Jones starred as Danny Rand/Iron Fist on Netflix’s Marvel drama series Iron Fist, which ran for two seasons. He also reprised the character in Netflix/Marvel’s limited series The Defenders and in Luke Cage. Before his Marvel superhero stint, Jones recurred as Loras Tyrell on HBO’s megahit Game of Thrones. He’s repped by CAA, Atlas Artists, Curtis Brown Group and Felker Toczek Suddleson Abramson.

Alexander most recently recurred as Clevinger in Hulu’s Catch-22, and on the big screen appeared opposite Reese Witherspoon in Home Again. He’s repped by UTA.
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TVLine Items: Y&r Vet Exits, Riverdale Casts Fred's Brother and More

TVLine Items: Y&r Vet Exits, Riverdale Casts Fred's Brother and More
There’s a shake-up in Genoa City: Daniel Goddard, who plays Cane Ashby on The Young and the Restless, is exiting the CBS daytime soap.

“It’s with a heavy [heart] that I share the news that I will no longer be part of the cast of The Young and the Restless,” Goddard wrote on Twitter Tuesday afternoon. “I’m as shocked & gutted as [you are]. I’m forever grateful for my 13 rs] in the Y&r family but sadly it seems that without Neil & Lily… there just is no Cane.”

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‘Riverdale’: Ryan Robbins To Recur As Fred Andrews’ Brother In The CW Series

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‘Riverdale’: Ryan Robbins To Recur As Fred Andrews’ Brother In The CW Series
Exclusive: We’ll soon be meeting the younger brother of the late Fred Andrews on Riverdale. Pure star Ryan Robbins is set to recur as Frank Andrews on the fourth season of the CW series.

Robbins’ Frank Andrews is a blue collar, former high school football star – tough, brash, and charming. His temper and vices constantly get him into trouble. He’s lived in the shadow of Fred (the late Luke Perry), his beloved older brother, since he was born. As a result, Frank joined the Army in search of his own identity. After three tours of duty, Frank Andrews is haunted and in need of a home.

Kj Apa, Cole Sprouse Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Casey Cott and Madelaine Petsch star in the series based on the characters from Archie Comics. Riverdale is produced by Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios, in association with Berlanti Productions.

Robbins stars
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