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Peter MacNicol To Co-Star In CBS’ ‘CSI: Cyber’

By | Friday August 1, 2014 @ 3:00pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Peter MacNicol To Co-Star In CBS’ ‘CSI: Cyber’Numbers co-star Peter MacNicol is returning to CBS with a co-starring role on another crime procedural, CSI: Cyber. MacNicol is set as a regular on the upcoming series opposite Patricia Arquette and Charley Koontz.

CSICyberInspired by the work of real-life CyberPsychologist Mary Aiken, CSI: Cyber centers on Special Agent Avery Ryan (Arquette) who heads the Cyber Crime Division of the FBI, a unit at the forefront of solving illegal activities that start in the mind, live online, and play out in the real world. MacNicol will play Ryan’s supervisor, Assistant Director Stavros Sifter, a career FBI insider and savvy networker who quickly rose up the ranks and positioned himself in a job where he is the clearinghouse between FBI Cyber and all other branches of government. Read More »

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NBC Developing Family Comedy From Joe Wengert, Ed Helms & Claudia Lonow

By | Friday August 1, 2014 @ 2:37pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

NBC Developing Family Comedy From Joe Wengert, Ed Helms & Claudia LonowNBC has put in development Big Kids, a half-hour comedy project from longtime Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre performer Joe Wengert and UCB alum Ed Helms. Loosely based on Wengert’s life, Big Kids centers on Andy, a young professional with a messiah complex who is constantly trying to control and “fix” his little sister and their young, blue-collar parents. Wengert will write the script and co-executive produce for joe wengertUniversal TV. He is not attached as an actor. How To Live With Your Parents and Accidentally On Purpose creator Claudia Lonow will executive produce and serve as showrunner. Helms will executive produce through Pacific Electric, the production company The Office alum launched last fall. This marks the first full development season for Pacific Electric, which has a first-look at Uni TV.

Wenglonowert, repped by CAA, Mosaic, and Morris Yorn, has written for Kroll Show, Playing House and Comedy Bang Bang and was named a “New Face” at the 2012 Montreal Just For Laughs Festival. His first half-hour stand-up special recently aired on Comedy Central. Helms is repped by CAA, Principato-Young, and Schreck, Rose. Lonow is with WME and Del, Shaw, Moonves.

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Fox Buys New York Crime Drama From Richard Price

By | Friday August 1, 2014 @ 1:46pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Fox Buys New York Crime Drama From Richard PriceIn an early buy for the upcoming development cycle, Fox has given a script commitment plus penalty to a drama from NYC 22 and Criminal Justice creator Richard Price. Like those two shows, the untitled new project, from sister studio 20th Century Fox TV, is a crime drama set in New York. It centers on a twentysomething Wall Street portfolio manager who unwittingly becomes a pawn in the DA’s attempts to take down a criminal Fox logoorganization. Price’s rookie-cop drama NYC 22, produced by Robert De Niro, aired on CBS in 2012. The upcoming HBO limited series Criminal Justice is loosely inspired by the BBC series of the same name created by Peter Moffat. The pilot starred James Gandolfini, with De Niro and later John Turturro stepping in to play the role after The Sopranos star’s death. On the feature side, Oscar-nominated Price (The Color Of Money) recently wrote the upcoming thriller Child 44.

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Like last year, it has been slow going early in the pitch season. Once again there is a concern that many experienced writer-producers, especially on the drama side, are tied to series and not available to develop.

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David Zayas To Play Mobster Sal Maroni In ‘Gotham’

By | Friday August 1, 2014 @ 9:20am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

David Zayas To Play Mobster Sal Maroni In ‘Gotham’EXCLUSIVE: Dexter alum David Zayas is joining the cast of Fox‘s Batman prequel drama series Gotham as a recurring. He will play DC Comics character Mob Boss Salvatore Maroni, one of the city’s most dangerous gangsters. In the Batman mythology, Maroni is a street operator who clawed his way into cdavidzayasontrolling the city’s drug trade and unions. He is second only to Carmine Falcone in power and reach, and second to none in his appetite for violence. In time, Maroni will develop into one of Batman’s first enemies and become infamous as the man responsible for disfiguring DA Harvey Dent, leading to his transformation into Two-Face. But for now, as he strives to gain more territory in Gotham, he’ll find himself on a crash course with his rival Falcone (John Doman) for control of the city. In the feature The Dark Knight, the role of Maroni was played by Eric Roberts. Read More »

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‘The Big Bang Theory’ Negotiations Update: Production Start Date Pushed To Next Wednesday As Talks Continue

By | Friday August 1, 2014 @ 9:00am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

‘The Big Bang Theory’ Negotiations Update: Production Start Date Pushed To Next Wednesday As Talks ContinueAfter taking things day by day on Wednesday and Thursday, I’ve learned that Warner Bros TV has tentatively slated production on Season 8 of The Big Bang Theory to start next Wednesday, August 6. That is a week after the CBS series’ eighth season was originally supposed to kick off with a table read last Wednesday, July 31. Of course, holding the postponed table read on August 6 will be contingent on the five original cast members closing new deals. I hear talks continue with Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco, Helberg and Kunal Nayyar. The contracts of all five expired at the end of last season. The only Big Bang cast members who have deals in place and available to start work immediately are Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik, who renegotiated their contracts last fall.

For now there is no dangeThe-big-bang-theory-cast-the-big-bang-theory-29119587-800-564r of Big Bang not being able to make its hourlong premiere on September 22. There is talk that the delay might lead to a minimal order reduction from 24 to 23 episodes, but I hear that could be avoided by shortening planned hiatuses or extending production in the spring. Like the 2010 salary renegotiations, Parsons, Galecki and Cuoco would likely end up with equal pay, more than doubling and likely tripling their most recent salary of $350,000 an episode as well as their current back-end ownership, said to be around .25 point.  Helberg and Nayyar, who are … Read More »

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RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘The Quest’ Off To Slow Start

By | Friday August 1, 2014 @ 8:59am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘The Quest’ Off To Slow StartLast summer, ABC tried a reality version of a murder mystery with Whodunnit? This year, the network is giving fantasy adventures like The Lord Of The Rings a reality treatment with The Quest. Geared toward a broad audience, The Quest was slated at 8 PM but few showed up for its premiere last night. The show drew a 0.7 in adults 18-49, down 46% from the premiere of Whodunnit? last summer and half of the premiere rating of ABC’s other new unscripted series this summer, live singing competition Rising Star. The Quest matched the finale of drama Black Box in the time period last week. Cop drama Rookie Blue (0.9) held on at 9 PM, even with its last original two weeks ago and up from its Quest lead-in. NY Med (0.9) was down a tenth from last week.

With a Sleepy Hollow repeat (0.5) as a lead-in, Fox’s Gang Related (0.7) dipped a tenth from last Thursday when it followed the season finale of Hell’s Kitchen. NBC also subbed a reality original with a repeat at 8 PM, a Hollywood Game Night encore vs. the utility player’s season finale last week. That pushed comedy Welcome To Sweden (0.7) down a tenth from last week at 9 PM. Working The Engles (0.6) and Last Comic Standing (1.1) were flat.

Surrounded by repeats, CBS’ Big Brother (2.1) was even with last Thursday and once again the highest-rated program of the night. No. 2 was the network’s Read More »

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NBC Comedy ‘Undateable’ Renewed For Second Season

By | Thursday July 31, 2014 @ 7:53pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

NBC Comedy ‘Undateable’ Renewed For Second SeasonSummer turned out to be the place to launch for midseason NBC series. Multi-camera comedy Undateable has been picked up for a 10-episode second season, following a similar renewal for drama The Night Shift. Both found a way to transform themselves from summer burn-offs to solid performers to returning series. Airing back-to-back originals, Undateable premiered with a 1.3 rating in adults 18-49, almost doubling the debut of NBC’s 2013  comedy series Save Me to post the highest-rated summer comedy premiere on the Big 4 networks in five years (since ABC’s toon The Goode Family on 5/27/2009). It even edged one of NBC’s fall Thursday comedy debuts, Welcome To The Family (1.2 on 10/2/13). Undateable‘s numbers slipped but largely stayed above the original broadcast comedies that aired last summer and kept clear of the lows posted by several NBC fall comedies last season, like The Michael J. Fox Show, Sean Saves The World and Welcome To The Family. Undateable, whose first season consisted of 13 episodes, also regularly topped Fox drama Gang Related. “Overexcited to do 2nd season of Undateable on NBC,” executive producer Bill Lawrence tweeted tonight. The renewal of Undateable, from Warner Bros. TV and Lawrence’s Doozer, bodes well for NBC’s midseason entry One Big Happy which was going to be the single multi-camera comedy on the network’s schedule next season. Created by Adam Sztykiel based on the book by Ellen Rakieten and Anne Coyle, Undateable stars Chris D’Elia as a carefree single … Read More »

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‘Sharknado’ Sequel Sets Ratings Record For Syfy Original Movie With 3.9 Million Viewers

By | Thursday July 31, 2014 @ 12:00pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

‘Sharknado’ Sequel Sets Ratings Record For Syfy Original Movie With 3.9 Million ViewersSharknado 2: The Second One, the second installment in Syfy‘s campy disaster franchise, whirled into the ratings last night with 3.9 million viewers and 1.6 million adults 18-49, becoming the channel’s most watched original movie ever. It dwarfed last summer’s original, which became a surprise hit, soaring 183% in total viewers and 190% among adults 18-49. In the demo, Sharknado 2 topped several broadcast shows last night, including CBS’ Extant, Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance and ABC’s Motive.

The sequel also continued to be a social-media hit, drawing even bigger numbers on Twitter than last year. According to Nielsen’s Twitter TV ratings, it generated 581,000 related tweets from 188,000 unique authors, up from 318,000 tweets by 112,000 users for the original movie just over a year ago.

Syfy estimates that the sequel was the most social movie on TV ever, delivering one billion impressions in Twitter conversations, though Nielsen’s Twitter TV ratings suggest a considerably smaller number, a still very substantial 67.2 million impressions. The movie outstripped all other shows last night in terms of Twitter impact, and by an order of magnitude in every category.

A third Sharknado installment is already in the works.

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Nielsen issues caveats to its numbers for Twitter TV, to wit:

Nielsen Social captures relevant Tweets from three hours before, during and three hours after an episode’s initial broadcast, local time. Unique Audience measures the audience of relevant Tweets ascribed to

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VH1 Adds Two VPs To East Coast Team

By | Thursday July 31, 2014 @ 10:10am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

VH1 Adds Two VPs To East Coast TeamVH1 is bolstering its New York programming team with the hire of Jennifer McGovern as VP, Development, East Coast and Ken Martinez as VP, Current Production, East Coast. They will report to Nina L. Diaz, SVP, East Coast Production and Development. In addition, Vivian Gomez has been promoted to Director, Current Production.

kenmartinezmcgovernMcGovern will be responsible for the development of all East Coast original unscripted programming and lead the East Coast development team. She comes from Oxygen where she was Director of Development and Production since August 2010, working on such series as The Glee Project, I’m Having Their Baby and the upcoming Funny Girls and Nail’d It! Before Oxygen, McGovern was Manager of Alternative Series at TLC, working on Sarah Palin’s Alaska, Brace For Impact: The Chesley B. Sullenberger Story and Police Women Of Broward County, and worked as manager of development at Fox TV Studios.

Martinez will head up production on all East Coast original programming and manage the network’s slate of current unscripted series. He comes from Big Fish Entertainment, where he was an executive producer on the VH1 series Black Ink Crew. He also worked as a producer on Celebrity Wife Swap for ABC and From G’s To Gents on MTV as well as VH1′s Rock Of Love, Gotti’s Way, Flavor Of Love and My Fair Brady. In her new role, Gomez will executive produce multiple series, including Love Read More »

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Meghan Lyvers & Brianna Bennett Join CBS TV Studios’ Drama Development Team

By | Thursday July 31, 2014 @ 10:00am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Meghan Lyvers & Brianna Bennett Join CBS TV Studios’ Drama Development TeamCBS TV Studios has brought in Meghan Lyvers as SVP Drama Development and Brianna Bennett as VP Drama Development. They will work under Julie McNamara, EVP Drama Development, Broadcast and Cable.

Meghan Lyvers Brianna BennettLyvers comes  from Television 360, a division of Management 360, where she oversaw the department’s development and production slate including Avenues Of Spies, Heartland Trucking and The Terror, among others. She previously served as VP Development & Production at Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal’s Tribeca Productions where for more than 10 years she oversaw the feature film and television slate.

Bennett joins CBS from Fox where she was Director, Drama Development, working on Sleepy Hollow, The Following, Gang Related, Almost Human and the upcoming Red Band Society, Empire and Backstrom. This marks her return to CBS TV Studios where she worked as an assistant in comedy development before joining the CW as a drama development coordinator.

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RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘Extant’ Stabilizes In New Slot, ‘Penn & Teller’ Off To Solid Start

By | Thursday July 31, 2014 @ 9:35am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘Extant’ Stabilizes In New Slot, ‘Penn & Teller’ Off To Solid StartCBS’ Wednesday scheduling move to swap Extant and Criminal Minds achieved exactly the same result the network’s similar switch on Sunday had — boosting the veteran behind Big Brother and stabilizing the newcomer at 10 PM. Following Big Brother (2.2, down a tenth from last week) at 9 PM was a Criminal Minds repeat (1.1), up 22% from last Wednesday when the crime drama’s encore aired at 10 PM. Making its 10 PM debut,  Extant (1.1) was even with last week vs. a 37% week-to-week drop logged by the sci-fi drama last Wednesday.

Extant shared the No. 1 spot in its new slot with NBC’s Taxi Brooklyn (1.1, even with last week’s fast national) but the tie may not hold. Taxi Brooklyn‘s number include a minute overrun from America’s Got Talent (2.2, down a tenth from last week’s fast national) and will likely be adjusted down a tenth like it did last week, with AGT expected to again go up a tenth.The third original summer drama in the 10 PM hour, ABC’s Motive (0.7), was up a tenth from last Wednesday. Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance (1.1) was flat. Read More »

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Hot TV Teaser: Netflix’s ‘BoJack Horseman’

By | Thursday July 31, 2014 @ 7:52am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Hot TV Teaser: Netflix’s ‘BoJack Horseman’Here is a look at Netflix‘s next original series, the irreverent (and a little trippy) adult animated comedy BoJack Horseman, which premieres August 22. The PSA-style promo introduces BoJack (Will Arnett), the failed legendary star of the favorite ’90s family sitcom Horsin’ Around, who has been trying to find his way through a muddle of self-loathing, whisky and failed relationships. Now, in the presence of his human sidekick Todd (Aaron Paul) and his feline agent and ex-paramour Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris), BoJack is primed for his comeback. The cast of the 12-episode series, which marks Arnett’s return to Netflix following last year’s installment of Arrested Development, also includes Alison Brie, Paul F. Tompkins and Patton Oswalt. Raphael Bob-Waksberg created the comedy, from Michael Eisner’s The Tornante Co., and executive produces with Arnett, Paul, Steven A. Cohen and Noel Bright. BoJack was designed by graphic artist Lisa Hanawalt and animated by ShadowMachine.

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ABC News’ Sara Just Named Executive Producer Of ‘PBS NewsHour’

By | Thursday July 31, 2014 @ 7:08am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

ABC News’ Sara Just Named Executive Producer Of ‘PBS NewsHour’Sara Just, a 25-year ABC News veteran, is leaving the network to become executive producer of PBS NewsHour and SVP at WETA, the public television station in Washington, DC. Just, who has been ABC News’ Deputy Washington Bureau Chief since April, will join News Hour on September 2, succeeding Linda Winslow, who is retiring. During her tenure at ABC News, Just also served as Senior Washington Producer for Good Morning America and spent 17 years as a producer at Nightline, working with longtime anchor Ted Koppel.

Just’s hire comes on the heels of WETA taking over NewsHour from MacNeil/Lehrer Productions, the company named after former anchors Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer, on July 1.

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UPDATE: Production On ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Pushed Again, No Table Read Thursday

By | Wednesday July 30, 2014 @ 7:35pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

UPDATE: Production On ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Pushed Again, No Table Read ThursdayUPDATE 7:30 PM: I’ve learned that Warner Bros TV has made the call — there will be no table read for The Big Bang Theory tomorrow. Production on Season 8 of the hit CBS comedy originally was scheduled to start today, but with the five original castmembers still without contracts as negotiations between their teams and WBTV continue, the studio cancelled the table read, pushing it by a day. Now I hear production has been postponed one more day as talks continue. In its statement confirming the production delay this morning, WBTV did not set a return date, so it still stands.

CBS blue logoPREVIOUS 9 AM: There is no agreement yet in the contract negotiations between the original cast of The Big Bang Theory and Warner Bros TV, leading to the studio’s decision to push the production start date for Season 8, originally slated for today.

“Due to ongoing contract negotiations, production on The Big Bang Theory — which was originally scheduled to begin today — has been postponed,” WBTV said in a statement. I hear the postponement is for one day, and the situation would be evaluated day by day as the two sides continue to negotiate and are close to deals, something that could happen as early as today.

While Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg and Kunal Nayyar worked during the 2010 salary renegotiations that also dragged on over the summer, they were under deals back then. The situation is different this time as the quintet’s contracts all expired at the end of last season. The only Big Bang cast members who have deals and would’ve shown up today are Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik, who renegotiated their contracts last fall. Read More »

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R.I.P. Robert Halmi Sr.

By | Wednesday July 30, 2014 @ 4:59pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

R.I.P. Robert Halmi Sr.Emmy-winning TV movie and miniseries producer Robert Halmi Sr. has died. At 90, he was still doing what he had loved doing for the past three and a half decades — producing television — until his sudden passing this afternoon in his New York home from a brain aneurysm.

A freedom fighter in his native Hungary, where he had been jailed and sentenced to death twice — once by Nazi invaders, then by the communist regime — Halmi was able to emigrate to the U.S. in 1951, arriving with a Leica camera and $5 in his pocket. He started off as a “diaper photographer,” taking pictures of babies for a diaper service, before becoming one of America’s leading magazine photographers. He then switched to television, becoming one of the most prolific longform producers in the genre’s heyday during the 1980s and 1990s. His more than 200 movies and miniseries included such hits as Gulliver’s Travels, Merlin, The Odyssey and Tin Man. Together, they have earned 136 Emmy Awards (and 480 nominations), as well as Golden Globes, Peabodys, Christophers and Humanitas Prizes.

“I cannot retire, I would go nuts,” Halmi told me five years ago, when he was still jetting around the world to the sets of his movies, with that still camera still around his neck. Recently, he was working on the latest big-scope project, Syfy’s 13-part series Olympus, which started filming three weeks ago for a 2015 premiere.

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HBO Greenlights David Simon Miniseries Starring Oscar Isaac & Catherine Keener

By | Wednesday July 30, 2014 @ 12:45pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

HBO Greenlights David Simon Miniseries Starring Oscar Isaac & Catherine KeenerAfter spending the last couple of months locking in a director and lead cast, HBO has officially greenlighted for production Show Me A Hero, a six-hour miniseries from The Wire co-creator David Simon. Inside Llewyn Davis leading man Oscar Isaac is set to star and Catherine Keener to co-star in the mini, which will be directed by Paul Haggis (Crash).

oscarisaacCatherine Keener Penned by Simon and Baltimore Sun journalist/The Wire writer William F. Zorzi, Show Me A Hero is based on the nonfiction book by Lisa Belkin. It tells the story of Nick Wasicsko (Isaac), the youngest big-city mayor in the nation who finds himself thrust into the center showmeaheroof a racial controversy when a federal court orders him to build a small number of low-income housing units in the white neighborhoods of his town, Yonkers, N.Y.. His attempt to do so tears the city apart, paralyzes the municipal government and, ultimately, destroys his political future. Keener, repped by Gersh, plays Mary Dorman, an East Yonkers homeowner who comes to a remarkable realization during the battle over where to build low-income housing. Read More »

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RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘Food Fighters’ Jumps In Week 2, ‘Celebrity Wife Swap’ Finale On Par

By | Wednesday July 30, 2014 @ 9:48am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘Food Fighters’ Jumps In Week 2, ‘Celebrity Wife Swap’ Finale On ParA promising (and rare) second-week lift for NBC’s new summer series Food Fighters (1.3). The 8 PM reality show hosted by Adam Richman was up 30% from its debut last week. America’s Got Talent (2.4, 10.5 million) was even with last week and once again the highest rated program of the night in adults 18-49 and total viewers. With Food Fighters as No.2 in 18-49, NBC easily won the night in both 18-49 (2.0) and viewers (8.6 million). The English-language broadcast networks offered an all-reality menu last night, with ABC’s Extreme Weight Loss (1.1) and the finale of Celebrity Wife Swap (1.0) as the only other originals. Both were up a tenth from last week, with Celebrity Wife Swap down a tenth from last summer’s finale, which aired at 8 PM. Univision finished second to NBC for the night in 18-49 (1.4), followed by ABC (1.0), CBS (0.9) and Fox (0.6).

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Allison Williams Cast As Peter Pan In NBC Musical ‘Peter Pan Live!’ (Video)

By | Wednesday July 30, 2014 @ 7:27am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Allison Williams Cast As Peter Pan In NBC Musical ‘Peter Pan Live!’ (Video)Girls co-star Allison Williams has been cast as the title character in NBC’s December 4 live staging of Peter Pan Live!. Williams, who has sung on her HBO show and in various other projects, is a classically trained singer whose online singing videos have logged millions of views. (watch below one of the most popular ones, which she uploaded shortly after graduating from Yale in 2010) She will star opposite Christopher Walken, who had been cast as Captain Hook. “We think she will bring the perfect blend of ‘boyish’ vulnerability and bravado to save the day against Christopher Walken’s powerful Captain Hook,” NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt said. Williams, daughter of NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams, said that she’d wanted to play Peter Pan since she was about 3, “so this is a dream come true.” “I’m very excited to get to work with this extraordinarily talented team. And besides, what could go wrong in a live televised production with simultaneous flying, sword fighting and singing?” Craig Zadan and Neil Meron executive produce the special.

The casting of the lead proved crucial for the success of NBC’s live staging of The Sound of Music last year as Carrie Underwood’s broad fan base came out in droves, especially in the middle of the country where there were numerous viewing parties. Williams, who landed the role on Girls right out of college, is not yet a household name and doesn’t have a following of the size of Underwood, a country superstar.  The … Read More »

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‘Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ Adds Simon Kassianides

By | Tuesday July 29, 2014 @ 6:25pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

‘Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ Adds Simon KassianidesEXCLUSIVE: I’ve learned that British actor Simon Kassianides (Quantum Of Solace) has joined the second season of  Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. in a major recurring role. He will play Bakshi, a confident right-hand man who’s not afraid to do the dirty work. Season 2 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. premieres September 23. Kassianides, repped by Don Buchwald & Associates and Sanders.Armstrong.Caserta Management, is one of several new cast additions, along with Lucy Lawless, who will play longtime S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Isabel Hartley; British actor Nick Blood, playing a mercenary; and Reed Diamond. Kassianides will next be seen in Relativity’s Desert Dancer.

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