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The peacock network is working hard to bring Must See TV back to Thursday nights as we see in the schedule for released for this fall. The Will & Grace revival will take its place kickstarting Thursdays where it will be joined by Great News and the sophomore season of breakout hit This is Us.
While the debate continues over whether or not Deadpool will receive any Oscar love, The People’s Choice Awards is happy to show the actioner the love, as the film picked up wins for Favorite Action Movie and Favorite Movie Actor.
As we head into a season of indie films and critical darlings fighting for a few awards season nominations, the 2017 People’s Choice Awards has released their list of nominees, celebrating the big hits that gained pop culture notoriety over the past year.
Brad Garrett has been tapped for a guest starring role in the two-part season finale of Law & Order: SVU this season, while Bella Heathcote has joined Amazon’s hit series The Man In The High Castle.
A recap of the week’s TV news!
Comedy Central Goes to the web for new laughs, TV Land readies another original series, while CMT kills one, Law & Order: SVU adds a showrunner, and Aaron Sorkin adds another piece to his cable series on HBO.
18 shows cast 21 stars, as Marcia Gay Harden shows up to Smother, Jim Caviezel signs on to star in a project from JJ Abrams and Jonah Nolan, Anjelica Huston is the latest to star in a Spielberg effort, 17th Precincnt adds yet another Battlestar alum, while Wonder Woman snags a friend, and John Stamos lands on a Law & Order run.
Lots and lots of casting news. A few tidbits… FX superhero pilot cast a Battlestar Alum – Bibb set to become a Good Christian Bitch, A Twilight castaway (and current network series star) lands the lead in a new pilot about The Crossing, A King joins Rachel Bilson in Dixie, Two Rescue Me alums adds new shows to their resumes with USA’s Over/Under and HBO’s Boardwalk Empire… and lots more inside.
ABC fills roles big and smalle in No Ordinary Family, Grey’s Anatomy and Charlie’s Angels, while HBO adds an Arrested Development veteran to VEEP, NBC adds Will Ferrell, Whitney Cummings, and a Housewife, TBS adds a trio to Hound Dogs, Newman tackles a new pilot for TV Land, and Common Law adds some McGee… Jack, that is.