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      BET Greenlights Tyler Perry Drama Series "Sistas", Sets Main Cast

      • Deadline
      BET Greenlights Tyler Perry Drama Series
      BET Networks has given a series green light to Sistas, a drama executive produced by Tyler Perry, starring Kj Smith (The Fix), Ebony Obsidian (If Beale Street Could Talk), Mignon Von (42 Seconds) and Novi Brown (Spider). The series is the second to be greenlit, joining The Oval, under Perry’s exclusive, multi-year content partnership deal with Viacom. Principal photography is underway at Tyler Perry Studios. Premiere is slated for this fall.

      Written, directed and executive produced by Perry, Sistas follows a group of single black females from different walks of life who bond over their one common thread: why am I single? In this bold new series, viewers watch these women navigate their “complicated love life” status, careers and friendship through the ups-and-downs of living in a modern world of social media and unrealistic relationship goals. The hourlong drama takes viewers on a roller coaster ride of emotions and hilarious
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      ‘American Rust’ Series Heads to Showtime, Jeff Daniels to Star

      • The Wrap
      ‘American Rust’ Series Heads to Showtime, Jeff Daniels to Star
      American Rust” is being brought back to life by Showtime, which gave a straight-to-series order to the show, which is now titled “Rust,” on Wednesday.

      Jeff Daniels (“The Newsroom”) is attached to star and executive produce along with Dan Futterman (“Capote”), who will also write multiple episodes. Platform One Media will also produce.

      Based on the novel by Philipp Meyer, the series is described as a family drama that will explore the tattered American dream through the eyes of the complicated and compromised chief of police Del Harris (Daniels) in a Rust Belt town in Southwest Pennsylvania. When the woman he truly loves sees her son accused of murder, Harris is forced to decide what he’s willing to do to protect him.

      “American Rust” was previously ordered by USA Network
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      TV Ratings: ‘The Bachelorette’ Finale Part 2 Scores Two-Year High

      • Variety
      TV Ratings: ‘The Bachelorette’ Finale Part 2 Scores Two-Year High
      Last night’s “Bachelorette” finale part 2 posted the highest ratings for the show since the 2017 finale.

      With a 2.1 in the key 18-49 demographic, the ABC reality series easily won the night in terms of ratings, however, the show only just came up short to “America’s Got Talent” in terms total viewership.

      The Bachelorette” was watched by 7.4 million total viewers, beating the 7.15 million who watched part 1 of the finale on Monday night, while “AGT” came in at around 7.9 million total viewers. All told though, the fact the pair were so close in viewership is a victory of sorts for “The Bachelorette,” given that “America’s Got Talent” is averaging just under 10 million viewers per epiosde this season, so that 7.9 represents a substantial decrease.
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      ’13 Reasons Why’ Season 3 Trailer Spoils Major Character Death, Netflix Renews Show for One Last Season

      Netflix has announced the Season 4 renewal of its popular and controversial teen drama “13 Reasons Why,” which will be its last. Be warned: the newly released trailer for Season 3, which will premiere on the platform later this month, spoils a major character death. The show appears to be embracing the dark tone and thriller tropes of “Riverdale” by focusing on a murder mystery plot-line, perhaps in an effort to pivot away from its previous focus on suicide. Netflix has been under intense scrutiny ever since the show premiered in 2017, even removing a graphic suicide scene from the first season finale after facing two years of major backlash.

      Based on the young adult novel of the same name by Jay Asher and created by Tony-winning playwright Brian Yorkey with executive producer Tom McCarthy, “13 Reasons Why” is a Ya melodrama about a young girl who takes her own life. The title
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      13 Reasons Why to End With Season 4 — Plus: New Trailer Spoils Big Death

      Netflix has renewed controversial teen drama 13 Reasons Why for a fourth and final season, Deadline reports.

      In addition, the streamer has announced that Season 3 will premiere on Friday, Aug. 23. The official logline below fails to mention the big death at the center of the third season, but the above trailer spoils it outright.

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      Eight months after preventing
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      Tyler Perry Comedy ‘Sistas’ Ordered at Bet

      Bet Networks has announced it is ordering another Tyler Perry series.

      The new comedy, entitled “Sistas,” is the second series to come from Perry’s exclusive, multi-year content partnership deal with Viacom.

      “Sistas” follows a group of single black females from different walks of life who bond over their one common thread: why am I single? The series sees the women navigate their complicated love life status, careers and friendship through the ups-and-downs of living in a modern world of social media and unrealistic relationship goals.

      The series, which joins Perry’s White House soap “The Oval” at the network,
      See full article at Variety - TV News »

      ’13 Reasons Why’ Renewed for Fourth and Final Season, Season 3 to Launch in August

      “13 Reasons Why” has been renewed for Season 4 at Netflix, which will also be the show’s final season, Variety has learned.

      Season 4 is currently in production and will feature the core cast’s graduation from Liberty High. In addition, Season 3 of the controversial series will debut on Aug. 23 and will consist of 13 episodes.

      Season 3 will pick up eight months after the events of the previous season. It will focus on Clay (Dylan Minnette), Tony (Christian Navarro), Jessica (Alisha Boe), Alex (Miles Heizer), Justin (Justin Foley), and Zach (Ross Butler) find ways to shoulder the burden of the cover-up together while
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      Matthew Modine, Rosanna Arquette Allege Gabrielle Carteris Mishandled SAG-aftra’s Sexual Harassment Protections

      The SAG-AFTRA presidential election has heated up with a pointed attack by six women on president Gabrielle Carteris and her handling of the guild’s response to the growing awareness of sexual harassment in the industry.

      Allies of Matthew Modine, who has mounted an active challenge to Carteris, issued a detailed recap of her actions since the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke in October, 2017. Rosanna Arquette, Jessica Barth, Caitlin Dulany, Pamela Guest, Sarah Ann Masse, and Sarah Scott each assailed Carteris in a campaign message released Wednesday by Modine’s Membership First faction.

      Carteris responded by accusing Membership First
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      Lena Waithe on Casting Big Sean for Bet Series ‘Twenties’: ‘He’s Phenomenal, So Natural’

      Lena Waithe on Casting Big Sean for Bet Series ‘Twenties’: ‘He’s Phenomenal, So Natural’
      Lena Waithe will helm a new television series called “Twenties,” set to premiere in 2020 on Bet Networks. The actress, screenwriter, and producer is executive producer on the half-hour comedy, which depicts a group of friends in their twenties trying to navigate careers, love and relationships, and life in general. Loosely based on Waithe’s own experiences in Los Angeles, the eight-episode series stars “JoJo” T. Gibbs, Christina Elmore, Gabrielle Graham, Sophina Brown and Big Sean.

      “It really is a figment of my imagination,” Waithe tells Variety of the storyline. “But I’m pulling little things about my drive, my hunger,
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      Modern Family Stars Recreate First Cast Photo to Celebrate Final Season

      A lot has changed for the Dunphys and Pritchetts since their extended family was first introduced in Modern Family's 2009 debut, but now, as the stars get to work on the final season, they're going back to their roots with a group photo that's sure to make fans' hearts swell with nostalgia.

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      Yes, We're Still Deep in Grief Over The Originals Klaus Mikaelson

      Klaus Mikaelson ( Joseph Morgan) was, without a doubt, one of the best characters The Vampire Diaries and The Originals ever featured. He was complicated but relatable, sexy yet sensitive. He was basically everything a swoon-worthy CW vampire should be. He had a dark streak deep enough to make him

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      Even If ‘Euphoria’ Is Too Mature For Teens, It’s Still Trying to Help Them

      Even If ‘Euphoria’ Is Too Mature For Teens, It’s Still Trying to Help Them
      The scene was just seven words: “Leslie and Rue fight in the hallway.”

      “So we’re thinking a little yelling, slamming a door, call it a day,” Zendaya recalled while speaking with IndieWire.

      But then, driving to set that morning, writer-director Sam Levinson had an idea. Why not try a little improvisation, and see where it goes?

      “So I talked to Nika [King], talked to Z,” Levinson said, using shorthand for his already mononymous star, Zendaya. They shot the first take without any improv — just a mother and daughter yelling before the latter slams her bedroom door — “and it was good, it was interesting,” but Levinson wanted to “push it farther.” “However dark she goes, you go darker,” Levinson remembered telling his actors.

      The result is what viewers see in the premiere: Rue (Zendaya), a drug-addicted teen, being confronted about her problem and reacting with raw animosity — knocking a framed picture
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      BBC Receives Regulatory Approval to Extend iPlayer Catchup Window

      The BBC has received approval from British media regulator Ofcom to go ahead with plans to extend the time that content is available on its streaming service, the BBC iPlayer. Under the plan, first proposed in April, the catchup service will offer content for 12 months instead of just 30 days.

      Announcing its decision Thursday, Ofcom