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.
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Season 1, Episode 13 – No Tomorrow ends an eventful season with “No Sleep ‘Til Reykjavik.” With a strong end that answers the season’s biggest questions while leaving plenty of doors open for a potential continuation of the story, this finale episode embraces the heart of what the show has been about from the very beginning – seizing the day for yourself.
Season 1, Episode 12 – No Tomorrow reminds us all that this show is worth the time in “No Time Like the Present.” With solid humor and compelling plot reveals, the episode sets up what is sure to be a climatic and cute season (and hopefully not series!) finale.
Season 1, Episode 10 – Xavier and Evie’s relationship comes to a head as he is forced to confront his daddy issues while she spends time with a former flame in “No Soup for You.” Meanwhile, Deirdre turns to Hank when she needs help with an upcoming inspection.
Season 1, Episode 6 – No Tomorrow continues the fun and surprises in “No Debts Remain Unpaid.” With new developments for its supporting characters and more details about Xavier’s life and past, the show continues to give the modern Rom Com life.
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.
Season 1, Episode 5 – No Tomorrow explores the relationships between its supporting characters in “No Regrets.” With a whole new list of developments happening in the episode, this could be the start to a very interesting turn of events in the show.
Season 1, Episode 4 – No Tomorrow steps up its subject matter in “No Holds Barred.” With a lighthearted tone but a realistic view on the complexities of human desires and relationships, the show manages to address bold topics while keeping things fun.
Season 1, Episode 3 – No Tomorrow builds on its characters and their relationships in “No Doubt.” With the first big road bump in Evie and Xavier’s relationship, the show continues to play with its eccentric personalities in fun and interesting ways.
Season 1, Episode 1 – The CW debuts its new series No Tomorrow and with it, a new dawn for romantic comedies on television. In its “Pilot” episode, we meet an incredibly fun story and quirky cast. When Evie Covington finds the man of her dreams, it seems too good to be true, until she discovers he believes the world is going to end. Now she must decide whether or not she wants to live every day like she’s about to die.
The DC cinematic universe may be structuring but it is alive and well on the CW. Check out the teaser for latest addition, Supergirl moving to the CW, as well as first looks for new series Frequency and No Tomorrow.
The CW is simply not a network that hosts “comedies” in the traditional, half-hour sense, which is why we’re not providing a breakdown of their 2016 pilots in the same way we’ve been doing for the rest of the networks. That said, a lack of sitcoms doesn’t mean that The CW is without comedy.
Micah Fowler has been cast in the ABC comedy pilot Speechless opposite Minnie Driver, while Bosch and
Once Upon A Time taps Hank Harris and Sam Witwer for recurring roles, while Tina Fey’s The Kicker and Mike Schur’s Good Place add to their casts.
Patrick Warburton has signed on to voice the eponymous character in the Netflix series based on the best-selling books, while Neil Patrick Harris has closed a deal to play the villainous Count Olaf.
Jordin Sparks has landed a recurring role in Time After Time, Sam Neill is a family patriarch in the sweeping family drama The Son, and Alyssa Milano is teaming up with Jason Lee again for What Goes Around Comes Around in tonight’s casting round-up!
Jeffrey Tambor, Paul F. Tompkins, and M.C. Gaines lend their voices to Disney Channel’s animated series Tangled: Before Ever After. They join previously cast Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, Ashley Judd, and Jonathan Banks.