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Watch Daniel Dae Kim, Giancarlo Esposito and More Re-Create Superman’s Radio Plays for Charity (Exclusive)

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Watch Daniel Dae Kim, Giancarlo Esposito and More Re-Create Superman’s Radio Plays for Charity (Exclusive)
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it a dream come true because Daniel Dae Kim is Superman! After DC FanDome’s wild ride of announcements and special panel presentations, Variety is debuting the exclusive video from the celebrity-filled charity re-recording of the 1940s Superman radio specials.

Television and film stars Jason Alexander, Henry Winkler, Giancarlo Esposito, Tony Shalhoub, Alfre Woodard, C.C.H. Pounder and more gathered together to support the Creative Coalition with this special performance. Using original scripts from the decades-old Superman radio series, which was recently revived from the Warner Bros. Studios vault, this unique vision of the Man of Steel portrays him in a new and exciting way. Each episode provides a fresh translation with a new cast of actors for each role. For example, both Wilson Cruz and Kim get their chance to shine with the red cape, and even Tim Daly (longtime
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TV News Roundup: CNN Announces ‘John Lewis: Good Trouble’ Premiere Date

TV News Roundup: CNN Announces ‘John Lewis: Good Trouble’ Premiere Date
In today’s TV news roundup, CNN has announced the television premiere date for “John Lewis: Good Trouble,” and Warner Bros. Television is reenacting the 1940s Superman Radio Series with a star-studded cast.

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CNN has announced that “John Lewis: Good Trouble,” directed by Dawn Porter, will have its television premiere on Sept. 27 at 9 p.m. The documentary tells the life story of Lewis, the civil rights activist and legislator, who died on July 17. Using archival footage and interviews with political figures like Sen. Cory Booker, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former president Bill Clinton and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, Lewis’ widespread influence is explored and commemorated. The film was executive produced by CNN Films, AGC Studios, Time Studios and JustFilms/Ford Foundation and distributed domestically by Magnolia Pictures and Participant.

Warner Bros. Television and The Creative Coalition have announced that a reenactment of the 1940s Superman Radio Series will
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Daniel Dae Kim to Lead All-Star Re-Creation of ‘The Adventures of Superman’ 1940s Radio Serial

Daniel Dae Kim to Lead All-Star Re-Creation of ‘The Adventures of Superman’ 1940s Radio Serial
Daniel Dae Kim will lead an all-star cast in a re-creation of the original “The Adventures of Superman” radio serial during the second installment of DC FanDome, Warner Bros. announced Friday.

Kim is one of three actors who will voice Superman in the one-hour production, which is being produced using original scripts recently found in Warner Bros. archives. The event is being held in support of The Creative Coalition, a Hollywood nonprofit that aims to address entertainment industry issues as well as urgent social issues.

Joining Kim as Superman in the production is Wilson Cruz (“Star Trek: Discovery”) and current Creative Coalition president Tim Daly (“Madam Secretary’). Also appearing are Jason Alexander, Troian Bellisario (“Pretty Little Liars”), Erich Bergen (“Madam Secretary”), Anthony Carrigan (“Barry”), Terry Crews (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”), Sam Daly (“Hunters”), Lea DeLaria (“Orange Is the New Black”), Giancarlo Esposito, Sean Giambrone (“The Goldbergs”), Nicholas Gonzalez (“The Good Doctor”), Jason Isaacs
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1940s Superman Radio Serial to Fly Again at DC Fandome: Get Cast List

1940s Superman Radio Serial to Fly Again at DC Fandome: Get Cast List
There’s something extra-super for fans to look forward to when DC FanDome resumes on Saturday, Sept. 12: a revival of the Superman radio series.

Warner Bros. Television and The Creative Coalition have teamed up to recreate episodes of the 1940s serial, marrying a “star-studded cast” with original scripts that were recently unearthed from the Warner Bros. Studios vault.

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TV vet Tim Daly (Madam Secretary), who has voiced Supes in numerous animated projects,
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Classic ‘Superman’ Radio Series Re-enactments Featuring Wilson Cruz, Tim Daly, Daniel Dae Kim And More Flies Into DC FanDome

Classic ‘Superman’ Radio Series Re-enactments Featuring Wilson Cruz, Tim Daly, Daniel Dae Kim And More Flies Into DC FanDome
Are you ready to travel back to the 1940s when Netflix did not exist and radio shows were the epicenter of entertainment? During DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse on September 12, Warner Bros. and The Creative Coalition will bring the classic Superman radio series to life.

The re-enactments of the Superman radio series will be available all day during the virtual confab and feature an all-star roster of actors toplined by Wilson Cruz (Star Trek: Discovery), Tim Daly (Madam Secretary) and Daniel Dae Kim (Hawaii Five-0) as the Man of Steel himself. Using original scripts from the long-running radio serial recently unearthed from the Warner Bros. Studios vault, this rare production will allow fans to experience the superhero in a unique way.

“We are thrilled to join comic fans and creators at DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse to bring the original Superman to life and celebrate the arts,” said The Creative Coalition CEO Robin Bronk.
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1940s ‘Superman’ Radio Show Revived for DC FanDome

1940s ‘Superman’ Radio Show Revived for DC FanDome
Ahead of the second DC FanDome later this month, Warner Bros. Television and The Creative Coalition has announced a partnership to recreate the 1940s The Adventures of Superman radio series for the event, with Tim Daly, Daniel Dae Kim and Wilson Cruz taking on the role of the Man of Steel.

As part of a one-hour panel available on demand during DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse on Sept. 12, the three actors will join a cast including Henry Winkler, Tony Shalhoub, Constance Zimmer and Terry Crews, using original scripts from the serial as recently discovered in the Warner Bros. Studio vault.

“We are ...
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James Cameron and Suzy Amis Cameron Launch Online K-12 School

James Cameron and Suzy Amis Cameron Launch Online K-12 School
Noted filmmaker and explorer James Cameron, and environmental advocate and author Suzy Amis Cameron, announce the launch of Muse Virtual, a new, holistic online learning platform responsive to the challenges of parents looking for innovative educational options for students kindergarten through 12th grade.

Muse Virtual is inspired by the internationally recognized, award-winning Muse School, a high-performance learning lab that focuses on eco-literacy and serves as a beacon of sustainable living and design founded in 2006 by Suzy and her sister, Rebecca Amis.

“Our highest priority in creating Muse Virtual is to ensure the health and safety of our students, administrators, faculty and teachers during Covid-19 and beyond by staying safe at home – all while students experience a fulfilling, unique, online education,” said Suzy Amis Cameron, Founder.

Transcending the digital space by emphasizing an active learning community, Muse Virtual provides a real classroom of students, with a one-on-one connection with teachers. In
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10 Actors Who Have Replaced Harrison Ford in Blockbuster Roles (Photos)

10 Actors Who Have Replaced Harrison Ford in Blockbuster Roles (Photos)
River Phoenix (“Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”)

The late actor played a younger version of Indiana Jones in the opening sequence of 1989’s “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.”

Sean Patrick Flanery (“The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles”)

Flanery starred as the young Indiana Jones in the TV series that ran from 1992 to 1993, as well as several TV movies such as “The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Hollywood Follies” (1994).

Corey Carrier (“The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles”)

Carrier played an even younger Indiana Jones in the “Young Indiana Jones Chronicles,” playing the 8-to 10-year-old version of the adventurer. He also played Indy in “The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Travels with Father” (1996).

George Hall (“The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles”)

And Hall played Old Indy in the “Chronicles.”

Ben Affleck (“Jack Ryan” series)

Harrison Ford starred as Jack Ryan in 1992’s “Patriot Games” and 1994’s “Clear and Present Danger,” and Affleck portrayed
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Kevin Bacon movies: 15 greatest films ranked worst to best

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Kevin Bacon movies: 15 greatest films ranked worst to best
Actor Kevin Bacon celebrates his 62nd birthday on July 8, 2020. He has worked steadily as an actor and appeared in so many different films that he actually spawned a trivia game called “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon,” the purpose of which is to see if you can link Bacon to any other actor in less than six other movies.

Bacon started his career at the Circle in the Square Theater School in New York City, which then led to small roles in the immensely popular “Animal House” and in the Neil Simon film “Only When I Laugh.” He then appeared in the sleeper smash “Friday the 13th” where he was one of the early victims in the immensely popular series of films. Fame would come when he joined such other young actors as Steve Guttenberg, Daniel Stern, Ellen Barkin, Mickey Rourke, Tim Daly and Paul Reiser in the bittersweet comedy “Diner” from Barry Levinson.
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Madam Secretary: 10 Best Episodes, According to IMDb

Madam Secretary: 10 Best Episodes, According to IMDb
The CBS political drama Madam Secretary wowed fans for six suspenseful seasons. Elizabeth McCord becomes the Us Secretary of State in one conversation with the president, and her family's lives change in an instant.

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With Téa Leoni as Elizabeth and Tim Daly as Henry McCord, there is always a perfect tension of confidential work matters, public personas, and family dynamics. A lot happened for this fictional family from 2014 to 2019, and the show performed well with an overall IMDb score of 7.6 out of 10. Here are the top ten episodes of the series, which all come from the action-packed fifth and sixth seasons.
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Wings' David Schramm Dead at 73

Wings' David Schramm Dead at 73
Veteran actor David Schramm, who portrayed airline owner Roy Biggins on Wings for eight seasons, has died at the age of 73, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Schramm’s passing was announced Sunday by his publicist, Rick Miramontez, who said the actor died in New York. No additional details were given.

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The actor’s career spanned four decades, including his stint on Wings from
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David Schramm, Star of ’90s Sitcom ‘Wings,’ Dies at 73

David Schramm, Star of ’90s Sitcom ‘Wings,’ Dies at 73
David Schramm, a veteran character best known for his work on the ’90s NBC sitcom “Wings,” has died at age 73.

His death was announced Sunday by Margot Harley, co-founder of the New York-based theater troupe the Acting Company, of which Schramm was a founding member. The exact date and cause of death were not disclosed.

Schramm, a native of Louisville, Kentucky, came to New York City as a member of the first graduating class of Juilliard School. He appeared in dozens of theater productions on and off Broadway, including a 2009-10 Broadway revival of the musical “Finian’s Rainbow.” [

But he is best known for his supporting role on all eight seasons of “Wings,” as Roy Biggins, the owner of a rival Nantucket-based airline competing with an outfit run by brothers played by Tim Daly and Steven Weber. He appeared in all 172 episodes between
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Chrissy Metz, Tituss Burgess and Niecy Nash Lobbying to Protect Arts Funding From Trump (Exclusive)

Chrissy Metz, Tituss Burgess and Niecy Nash Lobbying to Protect Arts Funding From Trump (Exclusive)
Hollywood is standing up for the arts with a handful of actors joining The Creative Coalition’s delegation at Capitol Hill on Apr 24. Their goal? To speak out against the White House’s efforts to cut federal funding for the National Endowment for the Arts.

Actors Chrissy Metz, Tituss Burgess, Niecy Nash, Cheryl Hines and Haley Joel Osment are among those joining Creative Coalition president Tim Daly of “Madam Secretary” for The Creative Coalition’s #RightToBearArts Day, meeting with members of Congress right before the White House Correspondents dinner, Variety has learned.

They will use the time to convince national leaders to continue funding the Nea. In February, President Donald Trump released his 2021 fiscal year budget, which included the elimination of the Nea. This is his fourth attempt to defund the agency, but the budget will not pass unless Congress agrees.

“The arts account for America’s largest export, yet
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Denzel Washington to Speak at International Leadership Summit

Two-time Academy Award winner Denzel Washington will lend his talents and expertise to T.D. Jakes’ International Leadership Summit this spring, a conference for visionaries, entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, pastors and leaders from all over the world, looking to expand their personal sphere of influence and sharpen their skills.

Washington is expected to deliver a keynote address focused on Hollywood, faith and handling the spotlight. As an actor, producer and director, Washington is considered one of the greatest actors of this generation, receiving critical acclaim for films including Glory, Training Day, Malcolm X, The Hurricane, Remember the Titans and American Gangster. He received the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards, which is bestowed by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for “outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment.” Most recently, Washington was honored with the AFI Life Achievement award, one of the highest honors for a career in film.
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Madam Secretary: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Henry McCord

For the first time history, Henry McCord has been named the First Gentleman of the United States! When his wife and former Secretary of State, Elizabeth McCord gets elected President, the two become the country's First Couple. From secret ops investigation to teaching and being a father, Henry McCord does it all, not to mention supporting his wife in everything she does.

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American actor Tim Daly has become a late-night favorite to see on Madam Secretary. A series regular since Season 1, Daly's humor and portrayal of a father and husband with an undying love for his family and country have made Madam Secretary the show that so many people now love. Here are 10 things you didn't know about Henry McCord.
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Madam Secretary

Network: CBS

Episodes: 120 (hour)

Seasons: Six

TV show dates: September 20, 2014 -- December 8, 2019

Series status: Ended

Performers include: Tèa Leoni, Željko Ivanek, Bebe Neuwirth, Geoffrey Arend, Patina Miller, Erich Bergen, Tim Daly, Katherine Herzer, Evan Roe, Wallis Currie-Wood, and Keith Carradine.

TV show description:

This dramatic series revolves around Elizabeth McCord (Tèa Leoni), a newly appointed Secretary of State. She's a shrewd and determined woman who drives international diplomacy, battles office politics and circumvents protocol as she negotiates global and domestic issues -- both at the White House and at home.

A college professor and a brilliant former CIA analyst who left the agency for ethical reasons, Elizabeth returns to public life at the request of the President -- following the suspicious death of her predecessor.
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‘Madam Secretary’ Wraps With A Wedding And Whistlestop Goodbye

‘Madam Secretary’ Wraps With A Wedding And Whistlestop Goodbye
Spoler Alert: Madam Secretary ended its six season run with President Elizabeth McCord (Tea Leoni) and first husband Henry (Tim Daly) kissing on the back of a caboose, as the residents of a small town cheer and the train pulls away.

They are in the midst of a whistlestop tour to pass the Equal Rights Amendment.

After six seasons, we're leaving the station. #MadamSecretary pic.twitter.com/fcRSG10Q1r

— Madam Secretary (@MadamSecretary) December 9, 2019

That the show ended onboard a whistlestop tour, a remant of a bygone and simpler era, was an apt way to wrap the series. The show’s hopeful tone and neatly wrapped scenarios often were an alternate political universe to the cynical and polarized Trump years.

That was especially true of McCord’s policy agenda. Also in the final episode, McCord was joined by members of the World Cup Champion U.S. Women’s Soccer team,
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Madam Secretary Series Finale Recap: The State of the Union Is Strong

Madam Secretary Series Finale Recap: The State of the Union Is Strong
Did your invite to Stevie and Dmitri’s wedding get lost in the mail? Have no fear: We’ve gathered all of the highlights of Madam Secretary‘s series finale — which included the nuptials of the First Daughter and her soulmate — in a final (sniff!) recap.

The episode, “Leaving the Station,” takes place nine months after the events of the previous installment, and we pick up two days before Stevie’s wedding. She and Dmitri are planning to hold it at a gorgeously bucolic venue. They’re particularly taken with the site’s hand-hewn wooden beams and such… which will
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The TVLine-Up: What's Leaving, New and Returning the Week of Dec. 8

The TVLine-Up: What's Leaving, New and Returning the Week of Dec. 8
This weekly feature is in addition to TVLine’s daily What to Watch listings.

With nearly 500 scripted shows now airing across broadcast, cable, streaming and whatever “Topic” is, 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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Madam Secretary Series Finale: Téa Leoni & Co. Tee Up Stevie's Wedding, a Political Throwdown and a Lot More

Madam Secretary‘s President Elizabeth McCord has averted nuclear war, survived impeachment proceedings and re-won American hearts and minds — and all of that in just the last episode! — so yeah, she’s earned a day of celebration.

And what better reason to kick back and sip bubbly than her daughter’s wedding, which just happens to take place in the CBS drama’s series finale on Sunday (10/9c)?

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