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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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‘Prodigal Son’ Bosses on Fall Finale’s ‘Insane’ Junkyard Killer Cliffhanger, Malcolm’s Fate

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‘Prodigal Son’ Bosses on Fall Finale’s ‘Insane’ Junkyard Killer Cliffhanger, Malcolm’s Fate
(Warning: This post contains spoilers for Monday’s fall finale of “Prodigal Son,” titled “Silent Night.”)

Prodigal Son” ended the first half of its first season Monday with Malcolm Bright (Tom Payne) finally coming face to face with the Junkyard Killer a.k.a. Paul Lazar a.k.a. John Watkins (Michael Raymond-James) before being knocked out and dragged off to what we can only assume is a horrifying experience. And we know that because we spoke with showrunners Chris Fedak and Sam Sklaver about where things are headed when the show returns next year.

“When we come back from hiatus, we’ll come back with one of the craziest, most intense episodes with Bright being taken by the Junkyard Killer,” Fedak told us. “As insane as that was, Episode 11 is one of our most insane episodes we’ve done and it’s an incredible panic attack of an episode.
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Prodigal Son Season 1 Episode 8 Review: Family Friend

Martin is out of comission for the moment, but Paul will keep Malcolm busy. 

Paul made a hell of an impression during Prodigal Son Season 1 Episode 8.

He also may be the key to unlocking what happened to the girl in the box and whatever happened during that damned camping trip.

Michael Raymond-James is such a great actor, and his playing such a menacing and fascinating character only adds to appeal of this series.

Martin messes with Malcolm's mind, and he's no less effective in that. His psychological warfare is a significant part of what makes the show so addictive.

Malcolm: So you were his disposal man?

Paul: No, I was so much more than that.

Permalink: No, I was so much more than that. Added: November 11, 2019

However, he's locked away for now. He does a hell of a lot from the confinements of his cell, but it's different than someone on the outside.
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Prodigal Son Season 1 Episode 7 Review: Q&a

Wowza!

Is there another word to describe Prodigal Son Season 1 Episode 7 other than thrilling? It was the most suspenseful hour of the series to date.

As in, there's not a hint of hyperbole in saying it probably left you breathless and on the edge of your seat leaning into the screen and distraught when the hour came to a close.

The installment left us with so many questions. Where do you begin with them? 

Will Ainsley be an asset or a liability in getting the upper hand on Martin? Did she give Martin the flattering exclusive he craved?

Related: Prodigal Son Season 1 Episode 6 Review: All Souls & Sadists 

What exactly happened on the infamous camping trip? Did Malcolm take part in a murder or something else nefarious with his father and his father's mentee?

Is Malcolm a killer too? Are those flashes repressed memories or his brain playing tricks on him?
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Did You Predict P.D. Exit Story? Where Do Supergirl's Clothes Go? Is This Is Us Not Quite '90s Enough? And More Qs!

Did You Predict P.D. Exit Story? Where Do Supergirl's Clothes Go? Is This Is Us Not Quite '90s Enough? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Supergirl, Chicago P.D., Stumptown and Young Sheldon!

1 | Safe to say that when Hawaii Five-0‘s Danny visits home in New Jersey, he goes to the same barber as Blue Bloods‘ Danny?

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2 | How odd was it that Blue Bloods‘ Da character was missing from the Da-centric “Naughty List” storyline?
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TVLine Items: Prodigal Son Adds Once Alum, F***ing World's Return and More

TVLine Items: Prodigal Son Adds Once Alum, F***ing World's Return and More
Prodigal Son‘s Malcolm Bright is about to get a blast from his father’s past. Michael Raymond-James (Once Upon a Time, Tell Me a Story) has booked a recurring role on the freshman Fox drama, EW.com reports.

Raymond-James will appear as Paul Lazar, an old friend of Michael Sheen’s Martin Whitly. Described as a “Buffalo Bill type,” the murderous Paul kills people because he believes in a “God-given mission to clean up the streets.”

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Jennifer Jason Leigh Joins ‘The Affair’; Michael Raymond-James In ‘Billions’ – TCA

  • Deadline
Showtime broke some casting news during its presentation Thursday at TCA.

Jennifer Jason Leigh is set for a recurring role in the fifth and final season of Showtime’s The Affair, and Michael Raymond-James has booked a guest spot on Billions.

Details on Leigh’s role were not revealed, only that she’ll appear in a multi-episode arc. The final season 5 will introduce a flash-forward storyline that will center on Alison and Cole’s now-adult daughter Joanie Lockhart, played by new series regular Anna Paquin, who returns some years in the future to a climate-change ravaged Montauk to piece together the truth about what happened to her mother and bringing the whole story full circle.

In Billions, Raymond-James will play U.S. Attorney Bryan Connerty’s (Toby Leonard Moore) black sheep brother who’s taken a very different path in life.

Season 4 of Billions takes ambition and betrayal to the
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Tell Me a Story: Season One Viewer Votes

Tell us a story about you and the first season of the Tell Me a Story TV show on CBS All Access. As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Tell Me a Story is cancelled or renewed for season two. CBS All Access and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the season one episodes of Tell Me a Story. We invite you to rate them for us, below.

A CBS All Access psychological thriller, Tell Me a Story stars Paul Wesley, Kim Cattrall, James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, Dorian Missick, Michael Raymond-James, Davi Santos, Sam Jaeger, and Zabryna Guevara. The series reimagines classic fairy tales
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Tell Me a Story: Season Two Renewal for CBS All Access Series

CBS All Access is ready for more stories. Today, the streaming service announced they've renewed Tell Me a Story for a second season.

From Kevin Williamson, the drama reimagines classic fairy tales and sets them in the modern world. Season one featured Paul Wesley, Kim Cattrall, James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, Dorian Missick, Michael Raymond-James, Davi Santos, Sam Jaeger, and Zabryna Guevara.

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Tell Me a Story Scores Season 2 Renewal at CBS All Access!

Kevin Williamson has more stories to tell at CBS All Access.

The streaming platform today announced that Tell Me a Story has been renewed for a second season.

Tell Me a Story Season 1 launched back in October to mixed reviews. It has a 54 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

"The first season of Tell Me A Story turned conventional fairy tales on their heads, interweaving and modernizing three classic stories into a compelling thriller for today’s audiences, in a way only Kevin Williamson can,” said Julie McNamara, Executive Vice President, Original Content, CBS All Access.

“We can’t wait to surprise and entertain viewers with a whole new set of tales next season.”

Related: Tell Me a Story Season 1 Episode 6 Review: Guilt

Set in modern-day New York City, Tell Me a Story Season 1 interweaves “The Three Little Pigs,” “Little Red Riding Hood” and “Hansel and Gretel” into an epic and subversive tale of love,
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‘Tell Me a Story’ Renewed by CBS All Access for Season 2

  • The Wrap
CBS All Access has renewed Kevin Williamson’s fairytale thriller “Tell Me a Story” for Season 2.

Set in modern-day New York City, the first season of the freshman drama interweaves “The Three Little Pigs,” “Little Red Riding Hood” and “Hansel and Gretel” into “an epic and subversive tale of love, loss, greed, revenge and murder.”

The series stars James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, Dorian Missick, Michael Raymond-James, Davi Santos, Sam Jaeger, Zabryna Guevara with Paul Wesley and Kim Cattrall.

Also Read: 'Tell Me a Story': Classic Fairy Tales Get Spooky in First Trailer for CBS All Access Series (Video)

Tell Me a Story” is currently seven episodes into its first season, which debuted in October, with new installments dropping on Thursdays. The Season 1 finale will stream Jan. 3.

“The first season of ‘Tell Me a Story’ turned conventional fairy tales on their heads, interweaving and modernizing
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‘Tell Me a Story’ Renewed for Season 2 at CBS All Access

  • Variety
CBS All Access has renewed “Tell Me a Story” for a second season.

The renewal comes ahead of the first season finale, which is slated to air in January. The series, which has aired seven episodes thus far, takes the world’s most beloved fairy tales and reimagines them as a dark and twisted psychological thriller. Set in modern-day New York City, the first season of this serialized drama interweaves “The Three Little Pigs,” “Little Red Riding Hood” and “Hansel and Gretel” into a tale of love, loss, greed, revenge and murder.

The first season cast includes James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, Dorian Missick, Michael Raymond-James, Davi Santos, Sam Jaeger, Zabryna Guevara with Paul Wesley and Kim Catrall. Based on the Spanish format, the American version was created by Kevin Williamson. Williamson executive produces along with Aaron Kaplan, Dana Honor and Liz Friedlander. Kapital Entertainment produces.

The
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"Tell Me A Story" Renewed For Season 2 By CBS All Access

  • Deadline
Ahead of the season one finale, CBS All Access has ordered a second season of Tell Me A Story, its psychological thriller drama series, from Kevin Williamson and Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment.

Written by Williamson, Tell Me a Story, whose first installment co-stars Billy Magnussen and James Walk, is based on a Spanish format. It takes the world’s most beloved fairy tales and reimagines them as a dark and twisted psychological thriller. Set in modern day New York City, the first season of the serialized drama interweaves “The Three Little Pigs,” “Little Red Riding Hood,” and “Hansel and Gretel” into an epic and subversive tale of love, loss, greed, revenge and murder. The Season 1 cast also includes James Wolk, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, Dorian Missick, Michael Raymond-James, Davi Santos, Sam Jaeger, Zabryna Guevara with Paul Wesley and Kim Catrall. It is unclear which of the actors will return
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'Tell Me a Story' Launches on CBS All Access, Stars James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Paul Wesley, Kim Cattrall

Tell Me a Story premiered Wednesday on CBS All Access. The show takes the world's most beloved fairy tales and reimagines them as a dark and twisted psychological thriller. Set in modern-day New York City, the first season of this serialized drama interweaves "The Three Little Pigs." "Little Red Riding Hood" and "Hansel and Gretel" into an epic and subversive tale of love, loss, greed, revenge and murder.

The cast of Tell Me a Story includes James Wolk (Lone Star), Billy Magnussen (As the World Turns), Dania Ramirez (Devious Maids), Danielle Campbell (The Originals), Dorian Missick, Michael Raymond-James (True Blood), Davi Santos, Sam Jaeger (Parenthood), Zabryna Guevara (New Amsterdam) with Paul Wesley and Kim Cattrall (Sex and the City).

From Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment, Tell Me A Story is written and executive produced by Kevin Williamson alongside Aaron Kaplan, Dana Honor and Liz Friedlander, who also directs the first two episodes.
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‘Tell Me a Story’ Review: Kevin Williamson Weaves Triggering, Ugly Reimagined Fairy Tales For the Trump Era

‘Tell Me a Story’ Review: Kevin Williamson Weaves Triggering, Ugly Reimagined Fairy Tales For the Trump Era
With opening credits that show Little Red Riding Hood being raped by the Big Bad Wolf, “Tell Me a Story” is about as fun and understated as you might expect. The new CBS All Access series from Kevin Williamson, master of dark and icky shows like “Stalker” and “The Following,” attempts to twist classic fairy tales into his dark and icky mindset (never mind that these stories are already pretty grim). When viewed through their fairy-tale origins, the tales are laughably contrived. As standalone stories, they’re as ugly as they are trite.

Season 1 focuses on “The Three Little Pigs,” “Hansel and Gretel,” and “Little Red Riding Hood.” Sam (Dorian Missick), Eddie (Paul Wesley), and Mitch (Michael Raymond-James) stand in as the not-so-little pigs, forming a hapless gang of jewelry store robbers whose story bookends the premiere. Presumably, Eddie is going through with the heist to fix his leaky roof
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Tell Me a Story: Is the CBS All Access TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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Will their be another chapter of Kevin Williamson's gritty fairy tale?  Has the Tell Me a Story TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on CBS All Access? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Tell Me a Story, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   

What's This TV Show About?

A CBS All Access psychological thriller, Tell Me a Story stars Paul Wesley, Kim Cattrall, James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, Dorian Missick, Michael Raymond-James, Davi Santos, Sam Jaeger, and Zabryna Guevara. The series reimagines classic fairy tales and sets them in the modern world. Season one weaves The Three Little Pigs
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Tell Me a Story

Network: CBS All Access.

Episodes: Ongoing (hour).

Seasons: Ongoing.

TV show dates: October 31, 2018 — present.

Series status: Has not been cancelled.

Performers include: Paul Wesley, Kim Cattrall, James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, Dorian Missick, Michael Raymond-James, Davi Santos, Sam Jaeger, and Zabryna Guevara.

TV show description:

From Kevin Williamson, the Tell Me a Story TV show is based on the Mexican series, Érase una vez. The psychological thriller reimagines classic fairy tales and sets them in the modern world.

The first season weaves The Three Little Pigs together with Little Red Riding Hood and Hansel and Gretel, but is darker in tone and subject matter than ABC's action-packed fantasy adventure Once
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Ten rebrands and confirms launch of 10 All Access

Strange Angel.’

Network Ten has rebranded its flagship and digital channels One and Eleven and will launch direct-to-consumer streaming and VOD service 10 All Access in December.

The new platform, which will sit alongside streaming and catch-up player 10 Play, will offer more than 7,000 commercial-free episodes including three CBS All Access original series – Tell Me A Story, One Dollar and Strange Angel.

The CBS-owned broadcaster said it would soon reveal the launch date, pricing and full content library. In the Us CBS All Access charges subscribers $US5.99 a month and $US9.99 a month for the advertiser-free service.

Network Ten is now Network 10 with a new logo, colour scheme and tone of voice. One has been rebranded as 10 Boss, targeting women and men over 40, while Eleven has become 10 Peach, aimed at 16-to-39-year-olds looking for escapist entertainment.

Ten’s chief executive Paul Anderson said: “We have changed things up and not only
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TV Review: ‘Tell Me a Story’ on CBS All Access

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TV Review: ‘Tell Me a Story’ on CBS All Access
In theory and logline, “Tell Me a Story” is about the intertwining lives of New Yorkers that resemble some of the most famous fairy tales of yore. The new girl in town is an unwitting Red Riding Hood with a wolf tattooed on her thigh, surrounded by predatory men. A brother and sister, long estranged from and somehow still dependent upon each other, find themselves running from forces bigger than them in a twist on Hansel and Gretel. Three men in pig masks attempt a robbery that goes horribly wrong, ending in accidental death and a vengeful man hunting them, threatening to huff and puff and blow their lives to the ground. As per the series’ marketing and self-consciously “edgy” tone, “Tell Me a Story” wants to make sure you know that you’ve never seen these fairy tales play out like this before. And yes: all their lives have
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