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Rachel Brosnahan's Romance With Jason Ralph Started Way Before She Was on Mrs. Maisel

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Rachel Brosnahan's Romance With Jason Ralph Started Way Before She Was on Mrs. Maisel
Rachel Brosnahan is quickly becoming one of TV's biggest breakout stars. While this certainly isn't her first brush with fame, she is gaining critical acclaim for her role on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. As Rachel steps into the spotlight, fans want to know even more about her. While she's very reserved about her personal life, specifically her love life, we do know one thing for sure: she's happily taken.

If you watch Syfy's The Magicians or TV Land's Younger, then you probably already know her husband, Jason Ralph. The two first met in 2015 while working on the Wgn series Manhattan and have been together ever since. While the two have kept pretty mum about the state of their relationship, Rachel confirmed to People that they are indeed married. "We've been married for years and been together for even longer," she said during the 2019 SAG Awards. "We had a good
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Watchmen Season 2 Could Turn The Show Into An Anthology Series

The idea to adapt Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ seminal comic book for TV sounded like a hugely risky move, but HBO’s Watchmen turned out to be a total success, earning big ratings and critical acclaim. Following the completion of the nine-episode first season earlier this month, DC fans are now desperate for more, but the way the recent run ended suggests this particular story set in the Watch-verse is over. It’s possible, though, that if season 2 does happen, it’ll transform the show into an anthology series.

While breaking down the events of the season 1 finale with The Hollywood Reporter, showrunner Damon Lindelof was asked if he is interested in making a follow-up run. The Ep declared that he is, but teased that maybe people shouldn’t be expecting a traditional season 2 formula.

“The answer to that question is yes, in the same way that I’m
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A Huge ‘Watchmen’ Finale Easter Egg Was Hidden in the Teaser Poster All Along

Spoilers for the Watchmen finale follow below. The Watchmen finale made clear that showrunner Damon Lindelof and his writers had been leading viewers to this endpoint all along, going so far as to tease the endgame of the first (and only?) season in the teaser poster for the show that was released before a single episode had even aired. To recap, the Watchmen finale followed up on the reveal that Cal Abar (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) was actually Doctor Manhattan, with Lady Trieu (Hong Chau) working to capture Cal and take his powers. But as revealed in the tremendous penultimate …
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Movies out of Hollywood – other American Cities on Film

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There is no doubt that Hollywood is the movie capital of the Western world. The streets and avenues may not be paved with dreams but there are stars, studios and stories essential to our movie history around every corner.

Capturing the American City on camera, even going so far as to include the city as a character in the films however pretentious that may sound, has long been a feature of urban cinema. The diverse nature of the American city has given rise to many different types of stories, set against many different backdrops, but they are all part of the wide expanse of America’s cinematic heritage.

While L. A. movies have been covered often before, we are here to look at other American cities, the films that were based there, and how their character is captured on the screen.

Las Vegas

The glittering diamond in the rough of
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The TVLine-Up: What's Leaving, New and Returning the Week of Dec. 15

This weekly feature is in addition to TVLine’s daily What to Watch listings.

With nearly 500 scripted shows now airing across broadcast, cable, streaming and whatever “Dove Channel” is, it’s easy to forget that a favorite comedy is returning, or that the new “prestige drama” you anticipated is about to debut. So consider this our reminder to set your DVR, order a Season Pass, pop a fresh Memorex into the Vcr… however it is you roll.

More from TVLinePerformer of the Week: Abigail Spencer2019 in Review: The 15 Coolest ScenesWatchmen Recap: Are All of Your Doctor Manhattan Questions Now Answered?
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Jennifer Lopez Is a Gifted Actress, So Why Do We Always Take Her for Granted?

Jennifer Lopez Is a Gifted Actress, So Why Do We Always Take Her for Granted?
When Jennifer Lopez and fiancé Alex Rodriguez showed up at a New York strip club in early 2019, Lopez kept a low profile, but asked the strippers to head her way. One of them offered her a lap dance. “I was like, ‘No, I just want to talk to you,” Lopez recalled in a recent interview, sitting in a room at Moma while Academy viewers watched her buzzy turn in “Hustlers.” “I hadn’t really been to strip clubs, so it was a whole new experience for me. I just asked them what it was like, when they come in, what their day-to-day was like, why they did things. Did they enjoy it?” Then she sat back and watched.

Lopez’s research for “Hustlers,” director Lorene Scafaria’s sizzling depiction of the real-life strippers who wound up drugging private clients and draining their bank accounts, has been well documented; it’s
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What to Watch on TV This Week: ‘Watchmen’ Season Finale on HBO

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What to Watch on TV This Week: ‘Watchmen’ Season Finale on HBO
Welcome back to Tune In: our weekly newsletter offering a guide to the best of the week’s TV.

Each week, Variety’s TV team combs through the week’s schedule, selecting our picks of what to watch and when/how to watch them. This week, “Watchmen” airs its season 1 finale on HBO, and “The Expanse” returns for season 4 on Amazon.

Michelle Wolf: Joke Show,” Netflix, Tuesday

Michelle Wolf’s latest stand-up special hits Netflix this week. Expect the comedian to tackle the differences between men and women, explore gender equality, explain why society should be a little “less” woke, in her return to Netflix after the streamer canceled her talk show “The Break” last year.

The Expanse,” Amazon, Friday

Over a year-and-a-half after Syfy canned the series, “The Expanse” returns for season 4 on Amazon. Season 4 will see the crew of the Rocinante set off on a mission from the U.
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Watchmen Episode 8 Easter Eggs Explained

Mike Cecchini Dec 9, 2019

The romance of Dr. Manhattan and Angela Abar is explained in Watchmen episode 8, which has keys to understanding both the show and the book.

This article contains major Watchmen episode 8 spoilers.

Welcome back, Dr. Manhattan! You weren’t really gone, anyway. Well, except for the time you were on Europa creating life. And the time you were actually on Mars before you left a decoy there to convince us you were still on Mars while you were quite literally playing God somewhere else. And of course, to your infuriating way of perceiving time, you were never actually gone at all.

In fact, much of Watchmen episode 8, "A God Walks Into Abar" is narrated as incredibly, impossibly compelling exposition by Dr. Manhattan in the course of his conversation with Angela. He does it in a manner that is just perfectly in tune with the way he narrates his
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Watchmen Episode 8 Review: A God Walks Into Abar

Watchmen welcomes us into its tunnel of love in an incredible episode about Doctor Manhattan, Angela Abar, and the time they share.




This Watchmen review contains spoilers.

Watchmen Episode 8

Oh. It’s love again.

That thing they write all the songs about. The thing that’s always patient according to the Bible verse framed above the backsplash in your mom’s kitchen. That thing that sucks. That thing that hurts. That thing that heals.

Jon Osterman a.k.a. Calvin Jelani a.k.a. Cal Abar a.k.a. Doctor Manhattan knew he loved Angela Abar the moment he saw her process the news that they couldn’t win and she reached into her gun safe anyway. This moment occurs more than 10 years after they first met in a Saigon bar but he loved her every moment up until then all the same. He loved her because
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The Best New TV Shows of 2019

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Until some overly ambitious tech company cracks a secret formula, figuring out what audiences are going to like is always going to have an air of impossibility. With the inundation of new series arriving every month — even in the holiday/vacation doldrums — there’s always an allure of the new. Shows with the richest of pedigrees, the slam-dunk, can’t-miss attention grabbers sometimes fall from the public consciousness before they’ve had a chance to find an audience.

So any time a show can sustain itself beyond its premiere week, it’s something of a miracle. As part of our ongoing hike back through the year in TV, we thought it would be worth noting the best of the shows that made their debut in 2019 and couldn’t be forgotten. Some didn’t quite have the fanfare that others did (and one is still ongoing).

Some were canceled far before they should have,
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Influencers: Ai-Ling Lee, Aural Trailblazer

It’s the stuff of movie dreams. At the tender age of 19, movie-obsessed Singaporean sound editor Ai-Ling Lee decamped for Hollywood, armed only with some audio engineering training and a handful of local commercial gigs, intent on breaking into the mostly male-dominated world of film sound work. She papered the town with letters to studio brass, asking for the chance to simply sit in during post-production, all the better to learn her chosen craft from the ground up.

Two decades, two Oscar nominations, and an enviable assortment of projects later, Lee’s persistence has paid off. With her Best Sound Editing nod for her work on “La La Land,” she became the only Asian woman (so far!) to be nominated in the category. Even sweeter: the nomination was in tandem with her frequent partner Mildred Iatrou Morgan, making the duo the only all-female team to ever snag a spot in the category.
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’21 Bridges’ Review: Chadwick Boseman Shuts Down Manhattan in This Bland, Predictable Thriller

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’21 Bridges’ Review: Chadwick Boseman Shuts Down Manhattan in This Bland, Predictable Thriller
Hollywood doesn’t pump-out many non-franchise action-thrillers these days, so perhaps we should be thankful for 21 Bridges. And perhaps that this movie hails from producers The Russo Brothers, a duo responsible for so many blockbuster franchise movies, is a good sign. But lordy, does the end result have to be so lifeless? 21 Bridges is a […]

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Manhattan detective Richard Widmark is up the creek without his .38 special — a maniac killer has stolen it. He’s desperate to get it back, while his personal and professional problems pile up. Henry Fonda, Inger Stevens and Harry Guardino give sterling performances, but the assured direction of Don Siegel is what keeps us on edge throughout. The classic crime saga pushed the limits of the incoming Ratings System — yet provided a style template for a decade of Universal cop shows. Siegel utilizes blunt jarring cutting effects to make its violence feel extra-intense — and for warped screen villainy, Steve Ihnat’s Barney Benesch has no equal — he has less than three minutes of screen time, but you’ll never forget him.



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1968 / Color / 2:35 widescreen (Techniscope) / 101 min. / Street Date November 12, 2019 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95

Starring: Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda, Inger Stevens, Harry Guardino, James Whitmore, Susan Clark,
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Kim Rozenfeld Steps Down As Apple Head Of Current Programming & Unscripted, Segues To First-Look Deal

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Exclusive: Following the November 1 launch of Apple TV+, the streamer is realigning its executive ranks under toppers Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, combining development and current into a single-executive structure.

Kim Rozenfeld is leaving as head of current scripted programming and docu/unscripted content. He will return to his producing roots with a first-look deal at Apple for his company Half Full Productions.

Apple TV+ head of scripted development Matt Cherniss will now also oversee current scripted series. Molly Thompson, who joined Apple as Head of Documentaries in April, reporting to Rozenfeld, will continue to oversee documentary film and series programming, development and current.

Former Sony TV head of current programming Rozenfeld was one of the first executive hires after Van Amburg and Erlicht left Sony TV in 2017 to lead worldwide video programming for Apple.

Before joining Sony TV as Evp Current Programming in 2011, Rozenfeld was a scripted series producer based at ABC Studios,
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CBS Renews ‘Evil’ for Season 2, Gives 4 Freshman Series Full-Season Orders

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CBS Renews ‘Evil’ for Season 2, Gives 4 Freshman Series Full-Season Orders
Good for “Evil”: Robert and Michelle King’s “Evil” has been renewed for a second season at CBS.

On Tuesday, the network also handed out full current-season orders to its other four freshmen: drama “All Rise” and comedies “Carol’s Second Act,” “The Unicorn” and “Bob Hearts Abishola.”

Evil” will still wrap its first season with its originally planned 13-episode run. Season 2 is set to premiere in the 2020-21 broadcast season.

Also Read: 'Clueless' Mystery-Drama Series Reboot in the Works at CBS TV Studios

From the creators of “The Good Fight” and “The Good Wife,” “Evil” premiered Sept. 26. It centers on skeptical but open-minded psychologist Kristen Bouchard (“Manhattan” star Katja Herbers), who meets and begins working with priest-in-training David Acosta (“Luke Cage” star Mike Colter) and a blue-collar contractor (Aasif Mandvi) to determine whether or not a man on trial for a string of grisly murders was driven to by demonic possession.
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Rose Byrne Takes "Manhattan"

Take another look at Australian actress Rose Byrne ("X-Men: Apocalypse") in both "Manhattan" and "Elle" (Australia) magazines:

Byrne made her big screen debut in 1994 with a small role in the film "Dallas Doll".

In 2000, she played a leading role in the Australian film "The Goddess of 1967", earning a 'Venice Film Festival' award for 'Best Actress'.

From 2007 to 2012, Byrne played 'Ellen Parsons' in the cable TV series "Damages", earning two 'Golden Globe' and two 'Emmy' award nominations, appearing in all of the show's fifty-nine episodes.

In 2011, Byrne starred in "Bridesmaids" and "X-Men: First Class", followed by "Neighbors" (2014), "Spy" (2015), "X-Men: Apocalypse" (2016)...

...the first two "Insidious" films (2010–2013), "I Give It a Year", "The Internship" (both 2013), "Annie" (2014), "Instant Family" and "Peter Rabbit (2018).

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Adam Sandler on Oscar Buzz, Working With the Safdie Brothers and ‘Uncut Gems’ as a ‘Love Letter’ to New York City

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Adam Sandler on Oscar Buzz, Working With the Safdie Brothers and ‘Uncut Gems’ as a ‘Love Letter’ to New York City
The many, mercurial moods of New York City and the jarring rhythm of its streets have long been among the greatest fascinations of film. “Serpico” and “Dog Day Afternoon,” “Mean Streets” and “Manhattan” all looked to break the frenetic pace of the city and expose, often as brashly as its subject, the virtuosic and irrepressible characters who walk its streets.

Uncut Gems,” the newest offering by “Good Time” creators Ben and Joshua Safdie, is an unhinged, frenetic study of a New York diamond jeweler, caught in a maniacal and unendurably suspenseful crescendo of gambling debts, adultery, and a last-ditch scheme to unload a million-dollar Ethiopian diamond.

Adam Sandler stars in the film, channeling the same manic and dramatic energy which Paul Thomas Anderson first drew from the comedian in “Punch-Drunk Love.” On the red carpet of the New York Film Festival, where the Film Society of Lincoln Center presented “Uncut Gems” Thursday night,
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‘Evil’ Creators Robert and Michelle King on 30 Years of Debating the Nature of Evil

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The origin of CBS’ new thriller-drama, “Evil,” came from a conversation the creators — and married couple — Robert and Michelle King have been having for more than 30 years: What is the nature of evil?

“Robert’s more religious, so he typically goes toward a divine explanation,” Michelle King told TheWrap. “I am more secular, so I tend to think things are the result of psychology or science.”

The outcome is a series that studies the intersection of science and religion — and the places where the lines blur.

Also Read: CBS Taps Amazon's Mike Benson as Cmo - George Schweitzer to Move to Special Adviser Role in 2020

Premiering Sept. 26, “Evil” centers on skeptical but open-minded psychologist Kristen Bouchard (“Manhattan” star Katja Herbers), who meets and begins working with priest-in-training David Acosta (“Luke Cage” star Mike Colter) and a blue-collar contractor (Aasif Mandvi) to determine whether or not a man on trial
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‘Mrs. Maisel’ Star Rachel Brosnahan Is Ready to ‘Clap’ Her ‘Ass Off’ for Julia Louis-Dreyfus at the Emmys

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‘Mrs. Maisel’ Star Rachel Brosnahan Is Ready to ‘Clap’ Her ‘Ass Off’ for Julia Louis-Dreyfus at the Emmys
This story about Rachel Brosnahan first appeared in the Down to the Wire issue of TheWrap’s Emmy magazine.

This Emmy’s season marks Rachel Brosnahan’s second go-round for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, a category she won last year for her portrayal of Miriam “Midge” Maisel on Amy Sherman-Palladino’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” This time around, she’s up against such formidable adversaries as Natasha Lyonne from “Russian Doll,” Christina Applegate from “Dead to Me,” Catherine O’Hara from “Schitt’s Creek,” Phoebe Waller-Bridge from “Fleabag” — plus the most nominated and winningest woman in the history of the category, Julia Louis-Dreyfus from “Veep.”

“I am ready to lose gracefully, and stand on my feet and clap my ass off for Julia Louis-Dreyfus in September,” Brosnahan said, laughing to acknowledge that Louis-Dreyfus had won the category six years in a row before last year, when she wasn’t eligible.
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Joss Whedon’s HBO Series ‘The Nevers’ Sets Main Cast

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Joss Whedon’s HBO Series ‘The Nevers’ Sets Main Cast
Joss Whedon’s new HBO series has found its principal cast members.

Whedon’s series “The Nevers” has cast Olivia Williams, James Norton, Tom Riley, Ann Skelly, Ben Chaplin, Pip Torrens, Zackary Momoh, Amy Manson, Nick Frost, Rochelle Neil, Eleanor Tomlinson, and Denis O’Hare. They join previously announced cast member Laura Donnelly, who will star as Amalia True.

The Nevers,” which was ordered straight-to-series last July, is described as an epic science fiction drama about a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities, relentless enemies, and a mission that might change the world.

Breakdowns for the characters are below:

-Williams will play Lavinia Bidlow, a wealthy spinster and champion of the “Touched.” Lavinia funds the Orphanage (where Amalia and many of the Touched live) through her vast family fortune. She is stern and old-fashioned, but as strong-willed and clever as anyone she confronts.

Williams’ past TV
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