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Jason Momoa's film 'Sweet Girl' adds new cast

Aquaman star Jason Momoa will star in a revenge-based Netflix 'Sweet Girl'. The film is highly-anticipated and is expected to be a huge hit according to fans of the actor.

The streaming giant recently revealed the cast members and it's quite the star-studded movie.

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The revenge thriller film stars Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Raza Jaffrey, Adria Arjona and Justin Bartha. Momoa will portray the character of a devastated man who vows to bring justice to the people responsible for his wife's death as he protects the only family he has left, his daughter (Isabela Merced).

According to Deadline, actors Lex Scott Davis, Michael Raymond-James, Dominic Fumusa, Brian Howe, Nelson Franklin and Reggie Lee are set to co-star in the film as well.

The film will be helmed by first-time feature director Brian Mendoza, while Momoa, Brad Peyton and Jeff Fierson are producing for the streaming platform.
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Jason Momoa Netflix Film ‘Sweet Girl’ Adds Cast

  • Deadline
Jason Momoa Netflix Film ‘Sweet Girl’ Adds Cast
Exclusive: Manuel Garcia-Rulfo Raza Jaffrey, Adria Arjona, Justin Bartha, Lex Scott Davis, Michael Raymond-James, Dominic Fumusa, Brian Howe (Annabelle: Creation), Nelson Franklin, and Reggie Lee are set to co-star in the Netflix revenge film, Sweet Girl.

The new additions are joining stars Jason Momoa and Isabela Merced in the film, which is being helmed by first-time feature director Brian Andrew Mendoza.

The plot follows a devastated husband (Momoa) who vows to bring justice to the people responsible for his wife’s death while protecting the only family he has left, his daughter (Merced).

Gregg Hurwitz and Philip Eisner penned the original script with current revisions by Will Staples.
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Blake Lively Aims For Revenge in First Trailer for 'The Rhythm Section'

"I'm going to say this once - even if you succeed, it won't be worth it." Paramount has finally unveiled an official trailer for The Rhythm Section, an adaptation of the best-selling novel - the first book from the "Stephanie Patrick Thrillers" series by Mark Burnell. This film was originally scheduled to open at the end of the summer, but Paramount pushed it all the way back until late January in 2020. The Rhythm Section is about a woman who takes on the identity of an assassin in order to seek out and get revenge on those who orchestrated a plane crash that killed her family. Blake Lively stars as Stephanie Patrick, joined by Jude Law, Max Casella, Daniel Mays, Richard Brake, Raza Jaffrey, Tawfeek Barhom, and Sterling K. Brown. This is a rather exciting first look at the international spy thriller, I love the music choice and the steely cold intensity of it all.
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Blake Lively’s ‘Rhythm Section’ Moved Back to 2020

  • Variety
Blake Lively’s ‘Rhythm Section’ Moved Back to 2020
Paramount Pictures has moved the release date of Blake Lively’s “The Rhythm Section” back two months from Nov. 22 to Jan. 31, 2020, the weekend of Super Bowl Liv.

The spy tale, adapted from Mark Burnell’s novels surrounding character Stephanie Patrick, is produced by James Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson through their Eon banner. Reed Morano is directing the pic.

Lively portrays a heroine who adopts the identity of an assassin to get to the bottom of her family’s death in a plane crash. She discovers it may not have been an accident at all. Jude Law, Sterling K. Brown, Daniel Mays and Raza Jaffrey also star.

Lively suffered a hand injury in 2017 while doing a stunt on the Dublin set, resulting in a six-month delay in production. She underwent two hand surgeries before shooting resumed. Sterling K. Brown joined the film as production started again in Spain.
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The Enemy Within: Season One Viewer Votes

How's the partnership between Erica Shepherd and Will Keaton shaping up during the first season of The Enemy Within TV show on NBC? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like The Enemy Within is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of The Enemy Within season one episodes here. *Status update below.

An NBC psychological thriller, The Enemy Within stars Jennifer Carpenter, Morris Chestnut, Raza Jaffrey, Kelli Garner, Cassandra Freeman, and Noah Mills. The character-based drama centers on former CIA operative and now notorious traitor Erica Shepherd (Carpenter) and FBI Agent Will Keaton
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The Enemy Within: Is the NBC TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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What's This TV Show About?

An NBC psychological thriller, The Enemy Within stars Jennifer Carpenter, Morris Chestnut, Raza Jaffrey, Kelli Garner, Cassandra Freeman, and Noah Mills. The character-based drama centers on former CIA operative and now infamous traitor Erica Shepherd (Carpenter) and FBI Agent Will Keaton (Chestnut). In order to apprehend a looming threat, Keaton must tap Shepherd’s expertise, even though she’s serving a life sentence in a supermax prison.
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The Enemy Within

Network: NBC.

Episodes: 13 (hour).

Seasons: One.

TV show dates: February 25, 2019 — May 20, 2019.

Series status: Cancelled.

Performers include: Jennifer Carpenter, Morris Chestnut, Raza Jaffrey, Kelli Garner, Cassandra Freeman, Noah Mills, James Carpinello, Noah Bean, and Coral Peña.

TV show description:

From creator Ken Woodruff, The Enemy Within TV show is a psychological thriller. The character-based drama centers on former CIA operative Erica Shepherd (Carpenter) and FBI Agent Will Keaton (Chestnut).

While Shepherd was once one of the CIA's more gifted agents, she is now infamous for betraying the Us and is currently serving out a life sentence in a supermax prison. Unfortunately for Keaton, he is in dire need of her expertise.
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The Enemy Within: Season One Ratings

While This Is Us is NBC's biggest drama in years, and Dick Wolf's Chicago and Law & Order franchises are mainstays, the Peacock Network could use another unqualified hit. This year, New Amsterdam has done well enough to score a renewal, while the the future of Manifest is still up in the air. Enter The Enemy Within TV show. Does this mid-season drama have what it takes to make a splash in the Nielsen ratings? Will The Enemy Within be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. *Status update below.

An NBC psychological thriller, the first season of The Enemy Within stars Jennifer Carpenter, Morris Chestnut, Raza Jaffrey, Kelli Garner, Cassandra Freeman, and Noah Mills. The character-based drama centers on former CIA operative and now infamous traitor Erica Shepherd (Carpenter) and FBI Agent Will Keaton (Chestnut). In order to apprehend a looming threat,
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The Enemy Within: Cancelled by NBC, No Season Two

NBC isn't staying friends with The Enemy Within. The network has cancelled the freshman drama series so there won't be a second season coming for 2019-20.

A psychological thriller, The Enemy Within stars Jennifer Carpenter, Morris Chestnut, Raza Jaffrey, Kelli Garner, Cassandra Freeman, and Noah Mills. The character-based drama centers on former CIA operative and now infamous traitor Erica Shepherd (Carpenter) and FBI Agent Will Keaton (Chestnut). In order to apprehend a looming threat, Keaton must tap Shepherd’s expertise, even though she’s serving a life sentence in a supermax prison. Read More…
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NBC Cancels ‘Abby’s,’ ‘The Enemy Within’ and ‘The Village’

  • Variety
NBC has cut a trio of freshman series.

“Abby’s,” “The Enemy Within” and “The Village” have all been canceled after only a single season on the network.

The former is multicamera comedy which starred Natalie Morales in the title role, as a woman who ran a bar in her backyard. The series, which has only aired seven episodes to date, actually utilized the gimmick of being shot outdoors instead of on a soundstage, the first to do so. Morales was the first-ever female Cuban lead in the format.

The regulars at Abby’s bar, and therefore on the show, included Neil Flynn, Jessica Chaffin, Kimia Behpoornia and Leonard Ouzts. The show came from Josh Malmuth, who was showrunner, and executive producers Michael Schur and David Miner. “Abby’s” was produced by Universal Television, Fremulon, Waila Inc. and 3 Arts Entertainment.

It is averaging 1.7 million total live viewers and a
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‘Abby’s,’ ‘The Village’ and ‘The Enemy Within’ All Canceled by NBC After One Season

NBC has canceled freshman series “Abby’s,” “The Village,” and “The Enemy Within,” TheWrap has learned.

The trio of shows (two dramas and a comedy) all debuted at midseason and had been the only programs still sitting in limbo at the network, which made most renewal and cancellation decisions ahead of its upfront presentation to advertisers earlier this month — and canceled “A.P. Bio” last week.

Executive produced by Josh Malmuth and Mike Schur, the sitcom “Abby’s” centers on the titular unlicensed bar that Abby (Natalie Morales) runs in her backyard, which “is the perfect gathering place for locals to find camaraderie and sanctuary.”

“Abby’s” is averaging a 0.6 rating in the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic and 2.4 million total viewers, according to the “most current” data from Nielsen, which includes a week’s worth of delayed viewing where available.

Also Read: TV Renewals and Cancellations: 5 Broadcast Shows We're Still Awaiting
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‘Abby’s’, ‘The Village’ & ‘The Enemy Within’ Canceled By NBC After One Season

  • Deadline
NBC has made a decision on its new midseason series, comedy Abby’s and dramas The Village and The Enemy Within. All three have been canceled, joining sophomore midseason comedy, A.P. Bio, which was axed last Friday.

NBC left the future of Abby’s, A.P. Bio, The Enemy Within and The Village undecided heading into its upfront presentation earlier this month.

“The next season’s schedule is fluid, we want to give those shows a chance to fulfill their run and we’ll take another look at them then,” NBC Co-Chairmen George Cheeks said on NBC’s May 12 upfronts call. “Remember we program 52 weeks a year so there are a lot of slots.”

The decision is not surprising as neither series has been a critical or commercial breakout. All are from Universal TV; The Village and The Enemy Within just wrapped their runs; Abby’s has a couple of more episodes.
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TV Renewals and Cancellations: 5 Broadcast Shows We’re Still Awaiting Decisions on for the 2019-20 Season

“Has [insert name of broadcast TV show currently in limbo here] been canceled or renewed?” That’s the question on many viewers’ minds now that upfronts season is over.

While Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS and The CW have all announced their 2019-20 programming schedules, some of those slates don’t reveal everything, meaning the statuses of just under half a dozen broadcast TV shows are still up in the air.

And look, we can accept the fact that not every series will be saved like “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” famously was last season — and not every show should be. But come on, networks — minus ABC, Fox and The CW, who have already axed or renewed everything on their lists — viewers need to hear one way or another whether their favorite programs will be returning this fall, especially for ones that have a crazy-devoted fanbase.

Below are the five shows we’re still awaiting decisions on.

Also Read: Fall TV 2019: Every Broadcast Show Canceled,
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Emmys 2019 exclusive: Universal Television and NBC categories for ‘The Good Place,’ ‘Saturday Night Live,’ ‘Russian Doll’ and more

In a Gold Derby exclusive, we have learned the category placements of the key Emmy Awards contenders for Universal Television. For this season, the company has many programs for NBC and a few they produce for other networks. They include previous nominees “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (Andy Samberg), “The Good Place”, “Saturday Night Live,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (Ellie Kemper) and “Will and Grace” plus new contenders “New Amsterdam” (Ryan Eggold) and “Russian Doll” (Natasha Lyonne) as part of their 2019 campaign.

Below, the list of Universal lead, supporting and guest submissions for their comedies and dramas. If you’re looking for “This Is Us,” it is actually produced by Fox21 and will be included on their submission list in the near future. More names might be added by the network on the final Emmy ballot. Also note that performers not included on this list may well be submitted by their personal reps.

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CinemaCon: Paramount brings Arnold Schwarzenegger, Taron Egerton, Jim Carrey

CinemaCon: Paramount brings Arnold Schwarzenegger, Taron Egerton, Jim Carrey
Footage shows character utter immortal line, “I’ll be back,” but it isn’t Schwarzenegger.

Arnold Schwarzenegger earned thunderous applause from CinemaCon attendees when he walked on stage after Paramount debuted footage from Terminator: Dark Fate during its CinemaCon presentation on Thursday (4).

The sci-fi was one part of a high-octane session presided over by studio chief Jim Gianopulos that included a montage of Tom Cuise photographs from Paramount-Skydance’s Top Gun: Maverick, a sequel to the 1986 original that shifts the focus to drone weaponry and opens on June 26, and first-look footage of Eddie Murphy back as Prince Akeem and
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‘The Enemy Within’ Review: Jennifer Carpenter Saves This Self-Serious FBI Show

‘The Enemy Within’ Review: Jennifer Carpenter Saves This Self-Serious FBI Show
The Enemy Within” is a generic FBI show with a generic title (although not more generic than Dick Wolf’s “FBI” on CBS) that had the good sense to cast Jennifer Carpenter as a helpful traitor. In the new series from Ken Woodruff, Carpenter plays Erica Shepherd, a former CIA operative who has spent the last three years in a Supermax prison after she betrays four other CIA agents who are killed. FBI Agent Will Keaton (Morris Chestnut) needs her help in capturing a terrorist mastermind who appears to be bent on escalating attacks.

Operating on the idea that there are currently 100,000 foreign spies in the U.S. today, the series capitalizes on the xenophobia and paranoia in today’s political climate as its central task force hunts down the foes that walk among us.

After Carpenter earned critical acclaim for the “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” and eight years on “Dexter,
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The Enemy Within Is the "Spy Thriller Enemy What?! No! Stop!" Show You've Been Craving

The Enemy Within debuts tonight on NBC, and it's got a lot going on.  Jennifer Carpenter plays Erica Shepherd, the former director of the CIA who turned out to be a huge traitor. She was imprisoned, but now she's back in play because  FBI agent Will (Morris Chestnut) needs her help to catch a new terrorist.  Cassandra Freeman and Raza Jaffrey play fellow FBI agents Jaqueline and Ali, and they weren't all that prepared when E!'s Erin Lim asked them to describe the show in three words at NBC's midseason press day. "Spy, Thriller..."  "Enemy?"  "Within."  "What?! No! Stop!" Don't you feel...
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Blake Lively’s Action-Thriller ‘Rhythm Section’ Moves to Thanksgiving (Exclusive)

  • Variety
In a strategic decision, Paramount Pictures has moved the release date of “The Rhythm Section,” the studio’s action-franchise hopeful starring Blake Lively, from February to Nov. 22.

Insiders familiar with the studio’s thinking said the new date is attractive for several reasons, including the holiday box office boon. The gritty spy tale, adapted from Mark Burnell’s novels surrounding character Stephanie Patrick, is thought by Paramount insiders to be ideal counter-programming to Disney’s “Frozen 2,” which is opening at the same time.

James Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson are mounting the project through their Eon banner. Given their track record in the genre, the film could be a game-changer for Lively, hot off the success of her noir comedy “A Simple Favor.” Reed Morano is directing the pic.

Lively’s Drake is a heroine who adopts the identity of an assassin to get to the
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‘The Enemy Within’ Trailer: Morris Chestnut & Jennifer Carpenter Team To Catch A Killer

  • Deadline
NBC has released the official trailer for The Enemy Within, its new midseason drama series, ahead of the February 25 premiere.

Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter) and Morris Chestnut star in the character-based psychological thriller which features Carpenter as Erica Shepherd, a brilliant former CIA operative now known as one of the most notorious traitors in recent American history, who is serving life in a Supermax prison. Against every fiber of his being, but with nowhere else to turn, FBI agent Will Keaton (Morris Chestnut) enlists Shepherd to help track down a fiercely dangerous and elusive criminal she knows all too well. While Shepherd and Keaton have different motivations for bringing the enemy to justice, they both know that to catch a spy… they must think like one.

Cast also includes Raza Jaffrey, Kelli Garner, Cassandra Freeman and Noah Mills.

The Enemy Within was created by Ken Woodruff, who executive produces alongside Matt Corman,
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Film News Roundup: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Trailer Sets Sony Pictures Record

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Film News Roundup: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Trailer Sets Sony Pictures Record
In today’s film news roundup, “Spider-Man: Far From Home” sets a studio record, Chris Meledandri and Glenn Close are honored, an art-house streaming service is unveiled, and “Cliffs of Freedom” gets a release.

Trailer Stats

The first “Spider-Man: Far From Home” trailer has set a record as the biggest digital launch in Sony Pictures history after 24 hours.

The teaser trailer was unveiled Jan. 15 and generated 130 million views, topping the 116 million views for the first “Spider-Man: Homecoming” trailer. Sony said Friday the trailer was shared at twice the frequency of the first trailer for “Homecoming” and social conversation volume was also the highest in the studio’s history, topping 1.1 million posts in the first day. The studio reported that audiences were particularly excited to see Tom Holland’s return as Spider-Man and Jake Gyllenhaal’s debut as Mysterio.

The trailer began with Holland embarking on a European adventure that’s
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