January 21, 2019

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Titans Gets October Premiere Date at DC Universe

Titans is coming sooner than you may think! The world of DC will change for good when DC Universe takes a bow on September 15 aka Batman Day, and it will be home to your favorite superhero movies, comic books, and TV shows. As previously reported, Titans will be the first original to debut on the new streaming destination. Thanks to an information-filled live stream on Wednesday, it was revealed that Titans will make its debut Friday, October 12, and the first season will span twelve episodes. If you're a fan of binging in the same way Netflix adds its content, then we have bad news for you: New episodes of Titans will then bow every Friday until the freshman run concludes. Related: Titans Trailer: Why Does Robin Hate Batman? If you can't wait that long for the series, and are going to be in attendance at New York Comic-Con, then you will be happy to know that Warner Bros. Television is hosting a world premiere screening on October 3rd. "Titans follows young heroes from across the DC Universe as they come of age and find belonging in a gritty take on the classic Teen Titans franchise," reads the official logline for the series. "Dick Grayson and Rachel Roth, a special young girl possessed by a strange darkness, get embroiled in a conspiracy that could bring Hell on Earth." Related: DC Universe: When Does It Launch? "Joining them along the way are the hot-headed Starfire and loveable Beast Boy. Together they become a surrogate family and team of heroes." The series will star Brenton Thwaites, Anna Diop, Teagan Croft and Ryan Potter. Titans' first trailer debuted at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this summer and received a mixed response. Much of the criticism focused on the tone of the series, and the production values. Will it be a hit, or will it be a big miss? Hit the comments below! View Slideshow: 11 Reasons You Need To Binge Marvel's Runaways On Hulu

Arrow: Stephen Amell Reveals He Earned Less Than His Co-Stars!

Arrow is a hit for The CW. It helped kickstart the DC TV universe the network has established for itself. It makes sense then to think that its leading man, Stephen Amell would be the highest-paid actor on the show, right? The actor appeared as a guest on former Smallville actor, Michael Rosenbaum's Inside of You podcast on Tuesday, and the 37-year-old-actor opened up about his tenure on the superhero series. "I didn't really care what the deal was," Amell shared, noting that it was his first time leading the cast of a TV show. "It was a fair deal. I had no quote. I had never been a series regular before; I was a series regular on Hung, technically, but I wasn't going to be bumped up to a series regular price until the fourth season—if there was a fourth season, which there wasn't." Related: Arrow: Colton Haynes Returns! "It was a very, very fair deal. I mean, the first thing they did was try to hire me as a Canadian." That did not go down well and "was a big no-no," because it meant he would be earning less money and wouldn't be in the running to receive residuals. "That's the first conversation that they have, and my agent shut it down immediately. The business affairs person comes back, semi-embarrassed, and says, 'You know, I gotta ask...'" Despite Arrow being Amell's first time as a leading man on a TV show, he revealed during the podcast that he was not scared of defending himself, despite his inexperienced status. "In the early days, we didn't do a lot of reshoots, but they were not happy with a couple elements of Episode 5," he said. Stephen was approached to work on some scenes with fellow series regular, Katie Cassidy, and felt like too much was being asked of him. "We had been working six-day weeks for a couple of weeks, coming in Sundays and doing that. I'm in the Arrow costume, I've got the f--king eye makeup on, and it was 11:15 at night or whatever," he told Rosenbaum. "The second assistant director said to me, 'Your call time tomorrow is 11:15.' And I said, 'I'm not done for the day. I can't. Basecamp is 20 minutes away, and I've got to take my makeup off," he continued. "It's not my turnaround. I'm exhausted. I'm going to take my turnaround.' And he said, 'Contractually, your call time is 11:15 and I don't have to give you any explanation.'" Related: Arrow Season Season 6 Episode 23 Review: Life Sentence "I said, 'OK, I'm going to tell you this right now, and I'm going to do it in front of people so that everybody knows this: I'm going to get in the car tomorrow at the exact time that I get in the car tonight, and not a minute sooner." "And if you had handled this with a little more tact, maybe we could have done something, but you didn't. So, when everybody asks why we are starting later than everyone wants to, you need to tell them it..

11 Reasons You Need To Binge Marvel’s Runaways On Hulu

Marvel's Runaways Season 1 ended with a bang. Or, more accurately, a battle of light and a shocking police cliffhanger. Throughout its 10-episode run, we followed along as these former friends delved deeper into the mystery of their evil parents, and the teens they kidnapped. Magical abilities, secret relationships, and strong character development kept us hooked from beginning to end. With the Runaways' next adventure set to return this December 2018, now is the perfect time to catch-up and join along this superhero journey. Related: Get Comic Con HQ via Prime Video Channels to Stream Original Series, Past Comic-Con Panels & More! You won't go wrong cheering on Alex, Nico, Gert, Molly, Karolina, and Dean. If you have an affinity for villains, you can root for the parents instead. No judgments! (Embrace your bad self, you cheeky Slytherins.) Below, we've picked out 11 awesome reasons why you need to binge Marvel's Runaways. Like, right now! All episodes are currently available on Hulu. Runaways Season 2 will premiere Friday, December 21 on Hulu. 1. The Heroes Have Chemistry In an ensemble show like Marvel's Runaways, the chemistry of the main group can make or break the flow. Thankfully, there's nothing to fear here! All members of the group work well together and they embody the essence of their characters. Plus, they each find a way to stand out in such a large ensemble cast. 2. Doesn't Stick To One-Note Labels The characters themselves are more than just a one-word description. You can't box them into tags like jock, brain, goth, girl-next-door, activist or preacher's daughter since they expand outside of the archetypes you'd expect for them. These are developed characters with complex personalities ... and that's why we love them! 3. Each Teen Has Their Own Strengths Similar to teams like Marvel's The Avengers or the X-Men, Marvel's Runaways have their own unique set of strengths too. But, what sets these teens apart from the other superheroes in the Marvel TV universe is that their abilities aren't limited to superpowers. Each teen brings something to the table, like intelligence, magic or mutant abilities. This balances each member to make them essential for the mission. 4. The Parents Are Fleshed Out Characters The teens aren't the only main characters; their parents are vital to the story too! We learn a lot about the adults, like their secrets, relationships, and how they're involved in the overall mystery. As the story develops, our connection to them deepens and we get a closer look into their villainous goals. You couldn't have Marvel's Runaways without them. 5. Captivating Mystery Another reason to binge Marvel's Runaways is its central mystery. The plot of the missing children and the parents' evil group finds its strength with multiple levels of mysteries and intrigue. By getting to see both sides of the story (the ..

Mr. Robot to End with Season 4!

It's the end of the line for Elliot and Mr. Robot. In a statement shared with The Hollywood Reporter, series creator Sam Esmail announced that the upcoming fourth season of the USA Network drama will be its last. What's more, the order for the final season is for 12 episodes. Eight episodes were initially ordered back in December 2017 when the renewal was announced. The statement shared by Esmail to THR reads: When I first created the world of Mr. Robot, I thought it would be a niche television series with a small, cult following. Over the past three years, it has become so much more, and I am continually humbled by the show’s recognition and by the amazing cast and crew that work tirelessly to help bring my vision to life. Related: Suits Spinoff Gets Terrible Title Since Day 1, I’ve been building toward one conclusion — and in breaking the next season of Mr. Robot, I have decided that conclusion is finally here. Everyone on the creative team, including the amazing people at USA and UCP, didn’t want to say goodbye, but we ultimately have too much respect for Elliot’s journey to extend past its inevitable ending. Therefore, Season 4 will serve as the final chapter of the Mr. Robot story. To fans of the show: Thank you for the past three years, and I can’t wait to share this exciting final season with you. Mr. Robot has never been a heavy hitter in the ratings, with Mr. Robot Season 3 notching just 0.5 million viewers and a 0.2 rating among adults 18-49 in live + same day figures. Related: Mr. Robot Season 3 Episode 10 Review: Shutdown These figures are way down from the 1.4 million and the 0.5 rating Mr. Robot Season 1 averaged back in 2015. While we now know Mr. Robot Season 4 is the show's swan song, there's no telling when it will actually debut, but there's word that it will be sitting all of 2018 out. The series has been a critical success and even a hit on the awards circuit since it debuted, securing the Golden Globe for Best Drama Series in 2016. What are your thoughts on the series coming to a close? Hit the comments below! Remember you can watch Mr. Robot online right here via TV Fanatic. Get caught up on all the twisted action right now. View Slideshow: 37 Times Siblings Made Things More Interesting

Big Mouth Gets Season 2 Premiere Date, Hormonal New Trailer

Netflix's addictive animated series, Big Mouth is returning for Season 2! That much we already knew, but it's still exciting nonetheless. The streaming giant dropped the official trailer for the new season on Wednesday and even confirmed when new episodes will hit the service. First, let's talk about the trailer because it was filled with the teen angst and quick-witted humor that made Big Mouth Season 1 such a hit. It picks up with the teenagers in sex education class, and they are being treated to a lesson on "Ethiopian tubes." That's when the Hormone Monsters take it upon themselves to invade the class. The teenagers then wonder how to make their big return to the land of the living after being consumed by, well, you guessed it ... the Hormone Monster. Then, the unthinkable happens: They realize the only escape is through the butt. But they will remain inside the Hormone Monster until October 5 aka the date all of the new episodes will roll out. It was a clever way of marketing things, but it was most definitely not for the faint of heart. Have a look at the full teaser below and join us in the comments with your thoughts on it.

17 Controversial Shows That We Love Anyway

Some of the most memorable TV Shows have been those that have shocked us with how far they are willing to push the boundaries of a storyline. It seems like even cable television has begun to move in the direction of premium television in terms of graphic sex and violence. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video It's no secret that American television is often more prudish than its European counterparts, but when a show does decide to challenge the status quo, the payoff can very much worthwhile! Here are some of the most controversial shows that we are still talking about! 1. Insatiable Trailer for this show spawned the kind of internet backlash that leads to a 228,000-person Change.org petition to stop Netflix from even allowing it to air. The series has been criticized for fat shaming, transphobia, and homophobia. As a show that brands itself as satire, it seems that the entire point was to make people uncomfortable. If that was its aim, the show definitely succeeded. 2. Who Is America? Sasha Baron Cohen goes undercover ostensibly to explore the unique people who make America what it is. Instead what often ends up happening in each episode is an exposure of what makes America slightly screwed up. There is something to be said about the duplicity of Cohen's methods and choosing only right-leaning subjects of gaining this exposure. It's doubtful that any of the subjects of the show would consent to these interviews if they had all of the information (some subjects didn't even know they were being filmed). 3. Heathers The show, that aired internationally, was eventually scrapped in the US due to the landscape of school violence that permeates our country, however, this is not the only reason why Heathers was so controversial. The new Heathers inverted the stereotypes that would have been mocked in the original, making the Heathers former odd guys out and its Veronica a thin blonde girl who struggles to get into college because she isn't different enough. 4. 13 Reasons Why A show about teen suicide is primed for controversy just by virtue of its subject. The glamorization of suicide, especially one that was so graphically depicted on TV and was shown to have mapped out justification for its cause by point fingers at people by way of blame, cannot be done without some type of supervision for those watching. Add to that the myriad rapes, accidents, near murders and more, and it's a parent's worst nightmare. 5. Skins The UK Skins is the originator of the wild child gang that terrorized the streets of London. When the US tried their hand at making its own version of these troublemaking teens, the show ended up being canceled after one season because of all of the controversy and conversation it caused. 6. Shameless Shameless has been, well, shameless in the storylines it chooses to explore. Everything from a graphic birthing scene, to an adult circumcision, ..

How The Conners Can Succeed or Fail This Season

After ending an extremely successful run there was no doubt ABC was going to bring back Roseanne for another season. What kind of network wouldn't want to bring back their top-rated show? Unfortunately, ABC forgot the namesake of their ratings juggernaut did not know how to keep her mouth shut and she crossed the line yet again with a racist tweet which sent everyone in the industry spinning. ABC, which is owned by Disney, only had one choice to make regarding this matter and they made the correct decision. In a matter of hours ABC's entertainment President, Channing Dungey, dropped the ax on Roseanne. It was unimaginable a network would cancel a show which brought in roughly $45 million of advertising revenue. Related: Enjoy Unlimited access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! Of course with all the potential money Roseanne could make at stake, and the hundreds of people out of a job, ABC came up with another plan -- Roseanne without actually using Roseanne. They decided to move ahead with a series focusing on the Conner family specifically Darlene, Dan, and Jackie. The biggest question many fans of the series are asking is not only how will The Conner's explain the absence of the most prominent member of the family, but how will the series make the other members of the Conner family as interesting to watch as Roseanne was. The easiest and quickest, way the show can easily distance themselves from Roseanne is by killing her off. They thankfully set up the death of the main rather easily. On Roseanne Season 10 Episode 9, Roseanne discussed the possibility of passing away on the operating table. It may have been just a throwaway moment but it's also the easiest way for the show to distance itself from Roseanne while also explaining what happened to her. Related: Get Comic Con HQ via Prime Video Channels to Stream Original Series, Past Comic-Con Panels & More! Through the death of Roseanne, we can see exactly how the family is able to cope without her being around. How will Dan move on without his wife? Will Darlene step up, even more, to take care of the family? How will Jackie be able to go on without her sister being there to offer up some type of advice? There are so many possibilities The Conner's could go with if they went with the death route. The only downside to a death is it's not something many comedies can get away with. Is there a way to make light of death? Of course but it gets tricky when it comes to the lead, and the former namesake, of the series. The biggest disservice the show could do is completely ignore Roseanne. They could easily write off Season 10 as a dream -- a little tongue in cheek homage to the dreadful Roseanne Season 9. While it would be comical to make an entire season a dream it would also be a copout. You can't just ignore your controversial star and just move on. Related: Get Showtime..

Clayne Crawford on Lethal Weapon Firing: Here’s What REALLY Happened!

Clayne Crawford has opened up about being fired from Lethal Weapon. The star was officially let go from the series earlier this year after it was alleged that his bad behavior on the set of the Fox drama made it challenging to work on. In addition to the initial allegations, leaked audio from the set teased a confrontation between Crawford and co-lead Damon Wayans. Crawford spoke on the podcast, Drinkin' Bros and was candid about being let go. "It's a little different when you replace Becky or the mom off of Fresh Prince. If they'd replaced the Fresh Prince, we'd have been like, 'What the f**k are we watching anyway?'" he said. "That's why I just didn't think it was possible. Related: Clayne Crawford Fired from Lethal Weapon! "I just didn't think they were going to get rid of me, I guess. And if they did, I thought they'd give me a buzz." Crawford's status on the show famously held up a third season renewal, but the path was cleared for it to be relaunched with Seann William Scott being cast as the new co-lead. There were also reports that Crawford lashed out during the filming of Lethal Weapon Season 2 Episode 9 in October last year. According to Variety, background noise was interrupting the filming of the scenes, and it made it difficult for the production crew. The website even has a video, allegedly of Crawford yelling at patrons of a nearby pool. “Shut the f–k up! Goddamnit Newman, f–king they’re right here! Get somebody in here with a f–king walkie and shut ’em the f–k up! Or did we not pay for this f–king place? If we did, shut ’em the f–k up!” he reportedly yelled during the video. But during the podcast, Crawford claimed there was no pool, calling it a "blatant f**king lie," but confirmed that was his voice in the footage. He said he was yelling at the assistant director because the show was behind schedule because of the interruptions. "I snapped," he said. Related: Lethal Weapon Casts Seann William Scott! "Should I have gone to my trailer? 100%. Should I have just gone and waited? That's what I was instructed to do when there was a problem – you go sit in your trailer, and you lock your door, and you take a nap." "Hollywood is very sensitive, so I should not have screamed and yelled because it's a bunch of very delicate flowers out there." The other big moment from the podcast involved Clayne addressing the on-set feud with Wayans, and he seemed to think it wasn't as bad as the media implied. "It's like sports, which we take very seriously and there's no life or death," he said. "There's a lot of screaming and yelling. It's sometimes; it's f**king necessary to get the job done when there's a clock ticking." "Not in Hollywood. People are very sensitive nowadays, and here's the thing – go for it. Go try and make Apocalypse Now where everyone's trying to have a goo..

Watch Younger Online: Season 5 Episode 12

Did Liza decide to cut her losses with Empirical? That was the big question on Younger Season 5 Episode 12 when she considered her options following a raft of opportunities. Watch Younger Season 5 Episode 12 Online As Charles battled to find a solution to what was going on at the company, the others wondered whether their jobs were really safe. Also, Kelsey received some surprising news that made her wonder what Zane was really up to at Millenial. Use the video above to watch Younger online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 17 Will They Won't They Couples That Should Get caught up on all the laughs as this TV Land comedy concludes for the season.

Watch Bachelor in Paradise Online: Season 5 Episode 7

Did one man standing up for his lover prove that there was a strong connection between them both? That was revealed on Bachelor in Paradise Season 5 Episode 7 when an argument kicked off the hour. Watch Bachelor in Paradise Season 5 Episode 7 Online Meanwhile, four candidates were left campaigning for the rose of an independent woman, but the woman worried that she would make the wrong decision. Also, one man proved he was untrustworthy when he ditched his new girlfriend for a newcomer. Use the video above to watch Bachelor in Paradise online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 18 Former Contestants Who Need To Be On Bachelor In Paradise Season Four Get caught up on all the action right now.
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