MTV Movie Awards: Describe the Perfect On-Screen Kiss?
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What to Watch Tonight: The Americans, Pablo Schreiber’s Return to SVU, and the Debut of Deadbeat on Hulu
What to watch on Wednesday, April 9…SERIES PREMIERE, 12am Pacific, HuluDeadbeatTyler Labine stars as a lovable wastrel whose ability to perceive dead people leads him into a series of wacky scrapes and misadventures, as he helps the recently departed complete their earthly agenda. All 10 episodes of the first season go up today.8pm, ABC FamilyMelissa & JoeyJoe plays wingman to help his divorced buddy (Mel’s old Sabrina the Teenage Witch co-star David Lascher) readjust to single life in “Catch & Release,” but it’s Joe who ends up drawing female attention (another of Mel’s old Sabrina the Teenage Witch co-stars, Elisa Donovan). Zander has new ladies in his life as well: His two college roommates, who raise Lennox’s hackles (but neither of whom appear to have co-starred on Sabrina the Teenage Witch).8:30pm, ABC FamilyBaby DaddyBeen plans a doozy of a first birthday party for Emma in “Send in the Clowns.” But while Tucker is organizing the entertainment with gusto, Ben and Danny each stumble upon shocking secrets.9pm, NBCLaw & Order: SVUIn “Beast’s Obsession,” William Lewis (Pablo Schreiber) busts out of the pokey and goes on a spree—and not the shopping kind, the other kind. Soon he and Benson are squaring off once again, with a child’s life on the line in Lewis’s latest sadistic game.9pm, CBSCriminal Minds“What Happens in Mecklinburg…” sends the BAU team to the Memphis area, where a string of kidnappings appear to have a common element. Perhaps spurred by this latest trip, Savannah unloads her frustrations with Morgan’s copious job-related travel.9pm, The CWThe 100In the wake of a tragedy close to home, Clarke and Finn try to connect with the Ark—and connect with each other in the process. Elsewhere in “Murphy’s Law,” Bellamy tries to preserve order on Earth, and Abby takes a risk to give Raven a chance to escape.9pm, PBSNOVA“Inside Animal Minds: Bird Genius” spotlights some of our more intelligent feathered friends, including lock-picking cockatoos and puzzle-solving crows and ravens. Think of it as a chance to better know the species that will soon, inevitably, seize control of the planet from us simpering apes. I for one welcome our new avian overlords.SERIES PREMIERE, 10pm, PBSYour Inner FishPaleobiologist Neil Shubin hosts this three-part series, based on his book of the same title, which traces the evolutionary path that has led all the way from the earliest prehistoric life forms to Tommy Wiseau, Justin Bieber, and the person who invented autoplay videos on websites. The opener considers how the first fish to plop itself onto land paved the way for the human form to develop.10pm, FXThe AmericansIn “Arpanet,” Philip strives for access to a revolutionary electronic communications system that the U.S. government is primarily using to watch cute cat videos and write misspelled screeds. In other technological tussles, an FBI polygraph threatens to tighten the vise grip on Nina.10pm, NBCChicago P.D.Two warring gangs, a bundle of corpses, and the disappearance of several million stolen dollars—just another day on the job for the Intelligence Unit in “Turn the Light Off.” In other business, Platt turns to Ruzek for help.10pm, CBSCSIThe team is on the trail of a cannibal in “Consumed,” but it turns out they may be after more than one. And if this video evidence is reliable, their quarry may be one of the hottest bands of 1989.10pm, FXXLegitIn “Afghanistan,” Jim travels to the front lines to entertain the troops—and to put some distance between himself and his parents. Stateside, Billy is hospitalized alongside Jim’s mom.10pm, TV LandHot in ClevelandAfter meeting his son and grandson for the first time, Simon helps Joy secure a spot for Wilbur at an A-list preschool. Meanwhile in “Dr. Who,” Melanie and Elka are on the hunt for the ideal physician.10pm, Comedy CentralWorkaholicsA malicious online gamer targets the fellas in “DeputyDong.” It just goes to show what we all know: You can’t trust people who make their living on the internet.10:30pm, Comedy CentralTripTankVicious pranks, enormous burritos, and besotted rhinos make up just some of the zaniness in “Crossing the Line.”LATE-NITE:– Tracy Morgan and Nick Cannon on The Arsenio Hall Show, Syndicated, check local listings– Andy Garcia, Jenna Elfman, and Ingrid Michaelson on Conan, 11pm, TBS– TBD on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!– Colin Firth on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, 11pm, Comedy Central– Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central– Jennifer Garner, Dave Grohl & Krist Novoselic, and Stevie Nicks on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC– Lindsay Lohan, 13-year-old nuclear fusion reactor constructor Jamie Edwards, and Real Estate on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS– Kate Upton, Cole Hauser, and Neon Trees on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC– Denis Leary, Thomas Middleditch, and Fitz and the Tantrums on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35pm, NBC– Sharon Osbourne and race car driver Tony Kanaan on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBSWHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?
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What to watch on Monday, April 7…8pm, FoxBonesIn “The High in the Low,” a medical marijuana dispensary may be involved in the death of a student who’d suffered from lupus. Well, that’s what the logline says—but everybody knows that on science-y Fox procedurals, it’s never lupus.8pm, The CWStar-CrossedRoman welcomes Emery into the sector to ring in an Atrian holiday in “An Old Accustom’d Feast,” while Drake receives a more perilous invitation: to vacate the town and become the new undercover agent. Elsewhere, Julia rebuffs Eva’s offer and Grayson has a heart-to-heart with Emery.SEASON 1 FINALE, 8pm, SyfyBitten“Ready” brings Elena back to the pack just in time for a crucial showdown against the Mutt army. Whoever wins, the town’s fire hydrants lose.9pm, CBS2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament FinalThe No. 7-seeded Connecticut Huskies and the No. 8-seeded Kentucky Wildcats vie for the national championship at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.SERIES FINALE, 9pm, SyfyBeing HumanAs “There Goes the Neighborhood, Part III” brings the series to a climax, Aidan does battle with the house’s evil spirit while Sally takes drastic action to prevent her tragic vision from becoming a reality. In less cataclysmic developments, Josh and Nora contemplate their future as parents.9pm, FoxThe FollowingJoe has vengeance on his mind in “Betrayal,” and he’s thinking that this time, just for a change of pace, maybe he might try some murder? That is, assuming Mandy’s latest move doesn’t undermine his hastily slapped together meticulously constructed plan.9pm, TNTDallasDetermined to take the reins of Ewing Global, John Ross reaches out to an old business partner of J.R.’s in “Like a Bad Penny.” Elsewhere, Bobby and Ann try to spring Sue Ellen, Drew returns to Big D, and Emma discovers more of her family’s dirty laundry.9pm, PBSIn Performance at the White HouseAretha Franklin, Janelle Monáe, Patti LaBelle, Melissa Etheridge, and Ariana Grande are among the chanteuses who take the stage in “Women of Soul,” taped in the East Room at 1600 Pennsylvania last month and hosted by President and Mrs. Obama.SEASON 4 FINALE, 10pm, SyfyLost GirlNefarious forces threaten the world in “Dark Horse,” and Bo must make an agonizing choice in order to thwart them. Not, like, “which of her 17 Sunday-night shows to watch first” agonizing, but close.10pm, PBSIndependent Lens“Brothers Hypnotic” profiles the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, eight Chicago-based musician brothers who were inspired by their father, jazz trumpeter Phil Cohran.10pm, A&EBates MotelA skeleton in the closet endangers Norma and Norman’s relationship in “Plunge,” which could force one of them to give up access to the Netflix password they share. Elsewhere, Dylan and Emma are each thrown into risky situations.10pm, FXArcherArcher’s clandestine affair with Calderón’s wife continues apace in “Archer Vice: Palace Intrigue: Part II,” which surely won’t cause trouble for anybody. In even healthier new relationships, Krieger and his clone brothers forge closer bonds.LATE-NITE:– El DeBarge and DJ Shortee on The Arsenio Hall Show, Syndicated, check local listings– Howie Mandel, Christina Hendricks, and James Smith on Conan, 11pm, TBS– Mindy Kaling on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!– Author Matt Taibbi on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, 11pm, Comedy Central– Author Edward Frenkel on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central– Colin Firth, Chloë Grace Moretz, Nas featuring Q-Tip, and John Oates on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC– Johnny Depp, Jessica Paré, and Chuck E. Weiss on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC– Jeremy Piven, Mike Greenberg & Mike Golic, and New Politics on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35pm, NBC– Cat Deeley and Gina Carano on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBSWHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?
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What to Watch This Weekend: The Series Finale of Raising Hope, Anna Kendrick on SNL, the Premieres of Game of Thrones, Silicon Valley, Veep, and Turn
What to watch on Friday, April 4…MID-SEASON PREMIERE, 8pm, CBSUnforgettableTo ensnare the murderer of a wealthy couple, Carrie and Al go undercover as spouses in “Til Death.”8pm, The CWWhose Line Is It Anyway?Guest-star Darren Criss drops by to lead the improvers in some new directions. Get it? Ehhhh?! Because of the show that he’s—y’know what, to heck with you. I’m sure guest-comics Jeff Davis and Greg Proops thought that was funny.8:30pm, ABCThe NeighborsLarry’s suave brother DJ Jazzy Jeff arrives to undermine the Zabvronians’ Earthbound bliss in “All That Jazzy Jeff.” Meanwhile, Debbie is thrown for a loop when Amber actually confides in her.SERIES FINALE, 9pm, FoxRaising Hope“How I Met Your Mullet” finds Virginia receiving a promotion and Sabrina and Jimmy welcoming a new maid (Downton Abbey’s Lesley Nicol, a.k.a. Mrs. Patmore), whose contract was bequeathed by Sabrina’s late grandma. Then in the finale, “The Father Daughter Dance,” Virginia’s dad (Jeffrey Tambor) throws her and Burt their long overdue dream wedding.9pm, NBCGrimmIn “Synchronicity,” the Resistance receives unlikely aid in their quest to spirit Adalind and her baby out of Europe. Back in Portland, Monroe and Rosalee plan their nuptials while Nick and Juliette recall their lack of same.9pm, The CWHart of DixieSnafus bedevil Zoe and Joel’s home refurbishment plans, while stiff competition impedes Brick’s hopes of becoming BlueBell’s Man of the Year. Elsewhere in “Carrying Your Love With Me,” Lemon enlists George’s help with a business plan, and Lavon links the town with a sister city in France.DOCUMENTARY PREMIERE, 9:30pm, HBOBruce Springsteen’s High HopesGo behind the scenes as The Boss records his 18th and most recent studio album, High Hopes. Rehearsals, concert performances, and interviews will also be featured.10pm, NBCHannibalAfter the Chesapeake Ripper apparently strikes again in “Futamono,” Jack and the team spring into action. And Hannibal’s fortuitously timed dinner soirée offers the perfect opportunity to test Will’s current wacky hypothesis about the good doctor’s dietary proclivities.SEASON 3 PREMIERE, 10pm, SyfyContinuumAlec’s efforts to save Emily could scramble history for good in “Minute by Minute.” To thwart him, Kiera will need to risk it all—and to take on some shady allies in the process.LATE-NITE:– Don Cheadle, Billy Dee Williams & Emma Slater, and Naturally 7 on The Arsenio Hall Show, Syndicated, check local listings– Bill O’Reilly, Anthony Mackie, and Sky Ferreira on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC– Billy Crystal, Tony Hale, and Liv Warfield on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBSWHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?What to watch on Saturday, April 5…10:30am, The HubMy Little Pony: Friendship Is MagicIn “Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3,” Rainbow Dash’s quest to join the Wonderbolts Reserves hits its most daunting obstacle yet: a test on the team’s long and storied history. Will Twilight’s tutoring help the facts sink in, or will Dash need to resort to more unorthodox study tactics? (The second one, probably.)SEASON 1 (AND PROBABLY SERIES) FINALE, 8pm & 9pm, FoxRakeKeegan rallies support for Scarlet’s district attorney campaign in “Remembrance of Taxis Past,” and then defends a doctor against charges of animal cruelty in “Man’s Best Friend.” Yet however adept his powers of persuasion may be in those matters, even his raffish charm couldn’t stave off a Saturday night burn-off for his low-rated series.9pm, StarzDa Vinci’s DemonsAs Leonardo keeps chasing that rainbow (said rainbow in this case being the Book of Leaves), Sixtus lays a papal smackdown on Florence. Meanwhile in “The Voyage of the Damned,” Lucrezia heads to Rome in search of new allies.9pm, BBC AmericaRipper StreetHomer’s ne’er-do-well brother lands in town packing an uncut South African diamond in “Our Betrayal, Part I,” but is his arrival a harbinger of a more grievous development? While the captain tends to family matters, Reid and Flight assist a craftsman who’s been fleeced, and Long Susan chafes under Silas Duggan’s thumb.11:30pm, NBCSaturday Night LiveAnna Kendrick hosts, and the show could do worse than giving over one whole middle segment to her delightful Twitter feed. Musical guest Pharrell performs and looks impossibly cool in an outfit that would make you look like an utter dope.WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?What to watch on Sunday, April 6…7pm, FoxBob’s BurgersLinda’s newfound ESP thrills her and the kids in “I Get A Psychic Out of You,” but irritates a skeptical Bob. Mostly because she keeps spoiling all his favorite shows before they even air.8pm, CBSThe 49th Annual Academy of Country Music AwardsReturning hosts Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan helm the ceremony from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Stevie Nicks, Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, and many more are slated to perform.8pm, PBSCall the MidwifeJenny’s promotion to “acting sister” ruffles a few feathers, Trixie’s among them. Meanwhile, Cynthia guides a patient through a serene birth, and a more stressed mom-to-be must make a tough choice about the child she’s carrying, who wasn’t fathered by her husband.8pm, ABCOnce Upon a TimeWhile the town mourns the loss of one of their own in “It’s Not Easy Being Green,” Zelena keeps up the pressure on Regina with a high-stakes challenge. In the Oz of the past, the tale of how the Wicked Witch came to Fairy Tale Land unfolds.SEASON 4 PREMIERE, 9pm, HBOGame of ThronesGuests arrive at King’s Landing in “Two Swords,” and Tyrion’s hospitality is matched only by his skepticism about their true motives. Around Westeros, Arya bumps into a familiar face and Jon finds himself persona non grata at Castle Black, while across the Narrow Sea, Dany prepares to deal with the slaver stronghold of Meereen.SERIES PREMIERE, 9pm, AMCTurnColonial farmer Abraham Woodhull is drawn into the Culper Ring, the hand-picked espionage squad that served Gen. George Washington during the American Revolution, in this drama adapted from the book Washington’s Spies. In the opener, Abraham begins his covert mission against the occupying British army.9pm, FoxCosmos: A Spacetime OdysseyThe achievements of the 11th century Islamic world are chronicled in “Hiding the Light,” including physicist Ibn al-Haytham’s contributions to the study of optics. Later, 19th century astronomer William Herschel makes a landmark discovery: infrared radiation.SEASON 4 FINALE, 9pm, ShowtimeShamelessAs Sheila battles for custody of the Native American kids, questions of future living arrangments put her at odds with Sammi. Meanwhile in “Lazarus,” Fiona begins to get her life back on track, and Frank begins to get his life back off it.SEASON 3 FINALE, 10pm, ShowtimeHouse of LiesA legal assault wallops Kaan & Associates in “Joshua.” While Marty feels the sting, Jeannie tries to contain the fallout and Roscoe grapples with relationship troubles.10pm, Comedy CentralPatton Oswalt: Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals TimeThe comic riffs on frozen food, fatherhood, an encounter with an escort, and other topics in a set taped during Comic-Con at San Diego’s Spreckels Theatre.10pm, ABCRevengeEmily and Aiden dig up some dirt on Pascal’s family in “Blood,” while Victoria gleans new intel of her own from a chat with Mason Treadwell.10pm, NBCCrisis“We Were Supposed to Help Each Other” dispatches three more parents on a dirty deed, this time to purloin something valuable from the CIA. At Hostage Camp, Beth Anne and Kyle get cozy while Amber endures one captor’s immense skeeviness.SERIES PREMIERE, 10pm, HBOSilicon ValleyThomas Middleditch, Kumail Nanjiani, Martin Starr, and Zach Woods star in this office comedy from Mike Judge, set in the world of Northern California tech startups. “Minimum Viable Product” boots up the series with a bidding war over a hot new online property.SEASON 3 PREMIERE, 10:30pm, HBOVeepSelina’s book tour takes her to the Hawkeye State in “Some New Beginnings,” letting her lay some groundwork for the crucial Iowa caucuses in the process. Back in the Beltway, the staff attends a wedding and responds to a potentially game-changing rumor.SPECIAL, 11:30pm, Cartoon NetworkRobot Chicken“DC Comics Special II: Villains in Paradise” shines a demented spotlight on the Joker, Lex Luthor, Gorilla Grodd, and other veterans of the Injustice Gang/Legion of Doom/Secret Society/etc. Guest voices include Zac Efron, Alfred Molina, Sarah Hyland, Nathan Fillion, Tara Strong, and Clancy Brown.WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?And now, let’s all vote to crown the What to Watch Tonight Episode Title of the Week!
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Kate O’Mara, ex-Dynasty star, dies at 74
Died in a nursing home in southern England after a short illnessThe Associated Press Posted: Mar 30, 2014 10:49 PM ET Last Updated: Mar 30, 2014 10:49 PM ETBritish actress Kate O’Mara, pictured in 1998, is best known for her role in the 1980s soap opera Dynasty. (Michael Walter/The Associated Press)British actress Kate O’Mara, best known for her role in the 1980s soap opera Dynasty, died Sunday at the age of 74, her agent said.Phil Belfield said O’Mara died in a nursing home in southern England after a short illness.The actress, who began her television career in the 1960s, became a household name for playing Cassandra “Caress” Morrell, sister to Joan Collins’ Alexis Colby, in Dynasty.In Britain she is often remembered for her role in Triangle — a soap opera set aboard a North Sea ferry that is often cited as the worst piece of British television.She also appeared in the original run of British series Doctor Who and BBC drama Howards’ Way. In the 1990s she starred in the comedy show Absolutely Fabulous with Joanna Lumley.More recently she appeared in a 2012 stage adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Death on the Nile.She is survived by her sister, actress Belinda Carroll.
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What to Watch Tonight: NCIS, the Season Finales of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Kroll Show, and the Debut of Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge
What to watch on Tuesday, March 25…8pm, PBSThe Story of the Jews With Simon SchamaThe author and historian chronicles 3,000 years of history of the Jewish people in a five part series. Tonight’s first two parts, “The Beginning” and “Among Believers,” trace the foundations of the Hebrew Bible, clashes with the Roman Republic and Empire, and struggles under the rule of Christianity and Islam in the medieval era.8pm, TCMCarson on TCMThis week features seven sit-downs with Johnny, including chats with Julie Andrews from 1982, Dudley Moore from 1979, Sean Connery from 1975, Sylvester Stallone from 1976, Arnold Schwarzenegger from 1982, George C. Scott from 1987, and Gene Kelly from 1975.8pm, CBSNCISThe gang from The Originals clears out for the week, so the NCIS squad has the Big Easy all to themselves in “Crescent City,” the first half of a two-parter. A former NCIS agent and current congressman turns up dead in New Orleans, bringing the crew together with Gibbs’ old colleague (Scott Bakula) and the FBI to investigate/set up a backdoor pilot.8pm, FoxGlee“New Directions” finds April (Kristin Chenoweth) and Holly (Gwyneth Paltrow) pitching in to help save the glee club from certain doom. In New York, Rachel and Santana try to mend fences.9pm, FoxNew GirlCourtship miscues abound in “Mars Landing,” as Cece drunk-texts Buster and Schmidt, Winston, and Coach flub their introductions to attractive new neighbors. Meanwhile, Jess and Nick put their own relationship under the microscope, though it probably can’t help but look healthy by comparison.9pm, NBCAbout a BoyFiona takes up the dating game once more in “About a Plumber,” but finds her technique is a bit rusty. Marcus tries to play matchmaker for her and Will, but the latter fends off his machinations—for now.9pm, The CWSupernatural“Mother’s Little Helper” sends Sam to a town where the citizens are becoming crazed murderers, and if Joe Carroll turns out to be behind this, so help me Supernatural you are going to get such a talking-to. As for Dean, he’s busy juggling a test from Crowley and the ill effects of the Mark of Cain.9pm, ABC FamilyTwistedDanny recruits help as he investigates the murder cover-up, while a guilt-ridden Jo casts a suspicious eye toward a friend. Elsewhere in “Danny, Interrupted,” Lacey makes an effort to support Whitney, and Tess is rocked by alarming news.SEASON 1 FINALE, 9:30pm, FoxBrooklyn Nine-NineJake’s probe of a civic leader steps on the police commissioner’s toes and jeopardizes his career in “Charges and Specs.” While Amy and Capt. Holt help him conduct an under-the-radar investigation, Gina tries to buoy Charles’ spirits in the wake of relationship troubles.SERIES PREMIERE, 10pm, SyfyJim Henson’s Creature Shop ChallengeTen designers apply their imaginations and their craftsmanship to a series of challenges, with a $100,000 prize and a job at The Jim Henson Creature Shop on the line. In the opener, the contestants must construct the most fantastic aquatic cryptid they can dream up.10pm, BETThe Game“Intervention, My A…” finds Chardonnay dropping a surprise intervention on Tasha, urging her to tell Rick and Pookie that one of them may soon be a new dad. Elsewhere, Malik lends Yana a shoulder to lean on, and Keira and Blue open up about their reconciliation.10pm, TBSCougar TownWith Chick’s Alzheimer’s raising fresh concerns in “Love is a Long Road,” Jules insists her father move closer by. Unfortunately, Grayson accidentally encourages him to move a bit too close. At college, Travis prepares to cross the graduation stage.10pm, CBSPerson of InterestThe team’s latest number embroils them in a morass of international politics when a former government contractor appears to be stalking a United Nations diplomat. Meanwhile in “Allegiance,” one of Root’s many enemies tries to gain leverage over her.10pm, FXJustifiedIn the wake of a shooting, both Raylan and Boyd examine their moral frameworks in “The Toll.”SEASON 2 FINALE, 10:30pm, Comedy CentralKroll ShowRich Dicks throw a blowout bash, C-Czar receives his Dad Academy diploma, and PubLIZity pulls together a gala promo event in a season finale tidily summed up by the title, “Blisteritos Presents Dad Academy Graduation Congraduritos Red Carpet Viewing Party.”LATE-NITE:– Dule Hill, Danny Brown, Miki Sudo, and DJ Spider on The Arsenio Hall Show, Syndicated, check local listings– Fred Armisen & Carrie Brownstein, Rachael Harris, and Lucius on Conan, 11pm, TBS– Jayma Mays on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!– Amy Yates Wuelfing and Gibby Haynes on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, 11pm, Comedy Central– Former President Jimmy Carter on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central– Jude Law and Shakira on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC– Emma Watson, Nick Offerman, and a musical tribute to Johnny Cash on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS– Nicole Kidman and Alyson Hannigan on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC– Kim Kardashian, Taran Killam, and Arianna Huffington on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35pm, NBC– Howie Mandel, Ginger Gonzaga, and The Belle Brigade on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBSWHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?Editor’s Note: We’re currently investigating a bug in our episode listings that’s preventing some shows from displaying in the “I’m Watching” widgets. Apologies for the inconvenience! Hopefully we’ll have a fix in soon.
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Rawson Marshall Thurber has closed a deal to direct 20th Century Fox’s Choose Your Own Adventure adaptation, with writers Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant finalizing a deal to write the screenplay adaptation. However, it isn’t known which of the stories they plan on adapting from the 180-book catalog.We first reported on the project back in June, when 20th Century Fox and producers John Davis and John Fox acquired the massive library of titles, which spans all genres from mysteries (Who Killed Harlowe Thrombey?) to Westerns (Deadwood City) to espionage (Your Code Name Is Jonah) to outer space (Space and Beyond).The concept for the novels was created in 1975 by Edward Packard and R.A. Montgomery, which allowed the reader to select which path they wanted the story to take, with most decisions leading to the success or ultimate demise of the protagonist. The series took off in popularity when Bantam Books bought the series in the late 1970s. The books were published through the late 1990s, with over 250 million books sold worldwide.The task ahead of screenwriters Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant, who are best known for the Night at the Museum franchise and for creating Comedy Central’s Reno 911!, is a daunting one, since one would expect a Choose Your Own Adventure movie would allow viewers themselves to decide which way the story should go. However, how would that work in a theatrical environment, with hundreds of different patrons watching the same movie at once? Only time will tell.John Davis and John Fox are producing with Daniela Taplin Lundberg and Damien Saccani serving as executive producers. No shooting schedule was released at this time.Rawson Marshall Thurber made his directorial debut with the 2004 comedy Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, which he followed up with this year’s box office hit We’re the Millers. Choose Your Own Adventure comes to theaters in 2014. The film is directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber.
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Original article – A24 picked up North American rights to the “abortion comedy” featuring “Parks and Recreation” actress Jenny Slate. Brian O’Shea's The Exchange has nabbed international sales rights to Sundance comedy Obvious Child and will rep the title at next month's European Film Market in Berlin. A24 paid a reported low seven figures for […]
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Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+ Like0 Dislike0 Jan 26, 2014 by Brian GallagherA24 Films has closed a deal to acquire the zombie comedy Life After Beth, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last week. It isn’t known when the company plans on releasing the film, although there is a DirecTV component of the deal, with the cable provider landing an exclusive 30-day window to air the movie before its theatrical release.Dane DeHaan stars as a young man who is devastated when his girlfriend Beth (Aubrey Plaza) dies. However, he gets a second chance at romance when she turns into a zombie. Anna Kendrick, Alia Shawkat, Matthew Gray Gubler, Cheryl Hines, John C. Reilly, Molly Shannon and Paul Reiser also star.Jeff Baena (I Heart Huckabees) wrote and directed the comedy, which premiered on January 19 at the Library Theater at Sundance. The studio has not announced when it plans to release the comedy at this time, but we’ll keep you posted as soon as more details are revealed. Life After Beth comes to theaters in 2014 and stars Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Dane DeHaan, Alia Shawkat, Matthew Gray Gubler, Cheryl Hines, John C. Reilly, Molly Shannon. The film is directed by Jeff Baena. Sources: The Hollywood ReporterDo you like this story? Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+
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