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An Amazon Prime Video episodic anthology, Lore is narrated by creator Aaron Mahnke. Based on his podcast of the same name, each episode of Lore explores the folklore behind modern day horror stories. The season two cast includes: Josh Bowman, Doug Bradley, Thomas Kretschmann, Paula Malcomson, Maimie McCoy, Jürgen Prochnow, Emmett Scanlan, and Alicia Witt. Read More…
An episodic anthology series, Lore is narrated by creator Aaron Mahnke. Based on his podcast of the same name, each episode of Lore explores the folklore behind modern-day horror stories. The season two cast includes Josh Bowman, Doug Bradley, Thomas Kretschmann, Paula Malcomson, Maimie McCoy, Jürgen Prochnow, Emmett Scanlan, and Alicia Witt. Read More…
All 22,000 plus voting members of the TV academy have until June 24 to cast their 2019 Emmy Awards nominations ballots for their favorite TV movies. In the past, voters were limited in the number of telefilms that they could put forth. In 2017 that cap (which was usually 10 per category) was lifted. And, as opposed to the Oscars, voters for the Emmys do not rank their choices and nominees are determined by a simple tally.
See 2019 Emmy nominations ballot: 732 programs vie for your consideration (that is 4 more than last
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Emily, 32, and Josh, 30, met on set of Revenge, which ran from 2011 to 2015. Relationship rumors began to spread in January 2012, and the two eventually got engaged in May 2017. We wish them all the best!
Revenge star Emily VanCamp, 32, revealed on Instagram she tied the knot to her former co-star Josh Bowman, 30, over the weekend in the Bahamas.
The actress posted a couple of black-and-white photos of her and Bowman in their wedding attire on her account. The first caption simply revealed the date of the ceremony, "12.15.18,' she wrote.
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Highlights of their slate include Love You to Death (January 26) starring Marcia Gay Harden, which is based on the true story of a mother and daughter who are nothing like they seem, their tumultuous relationship ending in a brutal murder. Also based on a true story is Escaping the Madhouse: The Nellie Bly Story (January 19) starring Christina Ricci. The movie is inspired by Nellie Bly’s undercover stay at the impenetrable Women’s Lunatic Asylum. For something a little lighter, there’s Olivia Newton-John: Hopelessly Devoted to You (February 16) which follows the personal and professional journey of the titular Grease icon. Lifetime
Written by – Malorie Blackman and Chris Chibnall
Directed by – Mark Tonderai
Doctor – “I don’t recognise anyone by that description”
Now with a newly decorated Tardis, which includes a Custard Cream dispenser, the Doctor is struggling to get her new best friends back to Sheffield from Desolation as the Tardis has now hit the ‘teens’ in wrong turns. Echoes of classic Doctor Who are not only felt here in the opening moments with off-course landings, but also in the underlying history lesson in which this episode is giving to the youth and of course adults of today.
The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and her excited travellers arrive in Montgomery, Alabama around the closing months of 1955 and with the whiff of artron energy detected our Time Lord sets off to investigate. Their first few steps into this slice of a American history however are brought
The first two episodes of Doctor Who Season 11 made many viewers tear up because of what it meant to see a woman play the fictional hero, to be (re)united with the Tardis. Episode 3, “Rosa,” co-written by famed British author Malorie Blackman and showrunner Chris Chibnall, was an even more emotional tearjerker because it was about guarding the history made by real-life hero Rosa Parks, the black woman who refused to give up her seat for a white passenger on a crowded bus in Montgomery, Alabama in 1955.
As we saw at
“Rosa,” from writers Malorie Blackman and Chris Chibnall, is certainly the most well-written episode so far this season. The past two have been oodles of fun but the deft handling of a tricky subject matter demonstrated here is on another level. Obviously, we wouldn’t
An Amazon Prime Video episodic anthology, Lore is narrated by creator Aaron Mahnke. Based on his podcast of the same name, each episode of Lore explores the folklore behind modern day horror stories. The season two cast includes: Josh Bowman, Doug Bradley, Thomas Kretschmann, Paula Malcomson, Maimie McCoy, Jürgen Prochnow, Emmett Scanlan, and Alicia Witt.
On a mission to expose the deplorable conditions and mistreatment of patients at the notorious Women's Lunatic Asylum, investigative reporter Nellie
“Rosa” will star Sherlock‘s Vinette Robinson as Rosa Parks along with Josh Bowman as an unknown character named Krasko. The episode’s penned by acclaimed novelist Malorie Blackman and showrunner Chris Chibnall and directed by Mark Tonderai (Black Lightning). It’s also one of several this season to be filmed in South Africa, along with today’s episode.
For more, here’s the official synopsis for “Rosa”:
“If she can live here her whole life, a couple of hours ain’t gonna kill me. They ain’t gonna kill me,
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