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2020 SAG Awards: Full list of nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 19

The 2020 Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 19 will hand out 15 prizes for the best performances in both film and television. There are six categories for movies and nine for TV. The SAG Awards nominations in the full list below were decided by 5,000 randomly selected members of the merged Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists unions. The winners will be decided by all 125,000 members of SAG-aftra.

Leading the list of SAG Awards nominees on the film side is “Bombshell” with four bids, including best ensemble (the guild equivalent of the Oscar for Best Picture.) Two other films have four nominations each — “The Irishman” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” — with one of these coming in the stunt ensemble race.

Just one TV show reaped a leading four nominations: the comedy series “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” Four shows follow with three nominations apiece: “Fleabag,” “The Crown,
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Mad Men: Best Episodes In Each Season According To IMDb

Mad Men ran from 2007-2015 and proved to be a huge hit, following the life of the talented advertising executive, Don Draper with all the ups and downs from his work and his love life. The drama proved to be gripping from start to finish and highlighted the 1960s perfectly. While there might not be the violence and over the top moments that come from shows such as Game of Thrones or Walking Dead, Mad Men was just as entertaining.

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With some incredible dialogue and a brilliant cast of characters, the show proved to be very easy to get emotionally attached throughout. The show was incredibly consistent throughout its run, finishing up with a rating of 8.6 overall on IMDb. Each season has some incredible episodes that truly stood out, and within this article, we will be looking at those.
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Here’s What We Know about The First Walking Dead Movie

Ryan Scott of MovieWeb is just one among many people that were likely excited to hear more information about the upcoming Walking Dead movie featuring Rick Grimes. What’s known so far is that the movie is happening and that things are moving forward, as much as is possible anyway since the movie needs a director. What’s really interesting is that the movie will be taking off the events of season 9 when Rick was separated from his group and presumed dead. What the audience knows is that Jadis took off with him and the next thing we knew is that

Here’s What We Know about The First Walking Dead Movie
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AMC Says The Walking Dead Has Endless Stories To Tell

The Walking Dead screen franchise might be entering its eleventh year, but the post-apocalyptic universe is set to be expanded in exciting new ways in 2020. Not only are the parent series and spinoff Fear the Walking Dead going strong, but a third show titled The Walking Dead: World Beyond begins this spring. Plus, Andrew Lincoln is starring in the first of a planned trilogy of Twd movies.

And that’s far from the end of it, as AMC chief Sarah Barnett has discussed her high hopes for the future of Twd with The Los Angeles Times. Barnett promised that further spinoffs will not simply imitate what fans have already seen but push the creative boundaries in many ways. Overall, the exec believes there are “endless stories” to tell in this universe.

“We’re plotting a lot more ambition for this, and for us, the high bar is, I think there
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The Walking Dead: World Beyond will run for just two seasons, premiere date revealed

During AMC’s Television Critics Association presentation, the network has announced that the upcoming Walking Dead companion series The Walking Dead: World Beyond has been designed to run for just two seasons, and will get underway on Sunday, April 12th 2020. In addition to the premiere reveal, we also got an updated synopsis for World Beyond, […]

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AMC Announces Latest ‘Walking Dead’ Spin-off Premiere Date and More [TCA 2020]

AMC Networks announced the premiere date for The Walking Dead: World Beyond, along with premiere dates for its returning shows in their Television Critics Associations session. Better Call Saul season 5, Ride with Norman Reedus and the new series Dispatches from Elsewhere were part of those announcements. The third Walking Dead series has a premiere date The […]

The post AMC Announces Latest ‘Walking Dead’ Spin-off Premiere Date and More [TCA 2020] appeared first on /Film.
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The Walking Dead: Every Season Finale Ranked (According To IMDb)

The Walking Dead has traversed numerous highs and lows, yet remains an absolute juggernaut. Even while many suggest the series has suffered diminishing returns. Although there’s certainly validity to some harsher criticism, the show has refocused on interesting, character-driven drama. What began as an exercise in vicarious survival, gradually traded plausibility for more of its source material’s tendencies.

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But the established audience investment, remarkable special effects, and frequently strong acting still attract a massive viewership. It persisted through troublesome pacing, and the inevitable loss of interest in zombies. The series found neat ways to stretch its thematic leash, doing so with fun evolution and tremendous inclusivity. And the finales are historically crucial—often propelling the most story, and taking the most risks. So, spoilers ahead.
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TV News Roundup: AMC Announces ‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ Premiere Date

  • Variety
TV News Roundup: AMC Announces ‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ Premiere Date
In today’s TV news roundup, AMC has announced a premiere date for “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” and Netflix released a trailer for “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Season 3.


TV One is celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with its annual two-hour broadcast of “Urban One Honors” on Jan. 20 at 8 p.m. This year’s honorees include Jamie Foxx, Missy Elliott, Sylvia Rhone, Chance the Rapper and Ryan Jamaal Swain, and the special will also feature performances by Ne-Yo, Wale, Brandy, Eric Benet, Al B. Sure!, Chante Moore, Pastor Charles Jenkins and Jac Ross. The show will be co-hosted by Cathy Hughes and Chris Tucker.

Docuseries “McMillions” is set to debut on Feb. 3, HBO announced. The six-parter will reveal the true story of the $24 million McDonald’s Monopoly game fraud. It is executive produced by Mark Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson, Archie Gips, James Lee Hernandez, Brian Lazarte and written and directed by Hernandez and Lazarte.
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Offered A Role On The Boys Season 3

Last year, Amazon brought us a little series called The Boys, an adaptation of the beloved graphic novel of the same name. The show was a huge hit, too, bringing in tons of viewers and delivering a cynical take on the superheroes we all look up to. It went over extremely well with critics and fans and the good news is, we’re getting more.

The first season kind of left us all hanging and for months now, fans have been eager to lay eyes on Homelander and the rest of the crew again and while we still don’t know a whole lot about what season 2 has in store for us, showrunner Erik Kripke is already thinking about season 3. And not only is he thinking about it, but he’s just put forth a very exciting prospect.

Taking to Twitter, he’s offered The Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan
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Better Call Saul Renewed for Sixth — and Final — Season at AMC

Jimmy McGill’s journey to the dark side now has an endpoint: AMC has renewed Better Call Saul for a sixth and final season, which will consist of 13 episodes (up from the usual 10) and is slated to air in 2021.

“From day one of Better Call Saul, my dream was to tell the complete story of our complicated and compromised hero, Jimmy McGill — now AMC and Sony are making that dream come true,” showrunner and executive producer Peter Gould said in a statement. “We couldn’t be more grateful to the fans and critics who are making this journey possible. Next month,
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The Walking Dead: World Beyond Gets April Premiere Date at AMC

The world of The Walking Dead will expand this April.

AMC announced Thursday that the third series in the franchise will bow Sunday, April 12, at 10/9c, immeiately following The Walking Dead Season 10 finale.

It's no surprise the cabler is using the mothership to help get the spinoff running, but it remains to be seen whether fans want another series after the lukewarm response to Fear the Walking Dead.

Based on everything we've heard about the show, as well as the promos, World Beyond is a teen drama that will follow the first generation of children who grew up in the apocalypse.

It will feature two young female protagonists as they navigate a world ravaged by the undead and everyone they meet along the way.

Some will become heroes. Some will become villains. In the end, all of them will be changed forever. Grown-up and cemented in their identities, both good and bad.
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‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ Gets a Release Date; Spinoff Will Only Last Two Seasons

AMC has set a release date for The Walking Dead: World Beyond, but don't go getting too attached. The spinoff series will premiere on Sunday, April 12 at 10 Pm after The Walking Dead season 10 finale, with subsequent episodes airing at 9 Pm. The network confirmed that World Beyond will only run for a planned two seasons, a format AMC is reportedly going to play around with on all new series going forward. Created by Scott M. Gimple and Matt Negrete, World Beyond will follow the first generation of survivors born into the zombie apocalypse, who only know …
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‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ Gets Premiere Date at AMC

  • The Wrap
‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ Gets Premiere Date at AMC
AMC has set a premiere date for “The Walking Dead” spinoff series “The Walking Dead: World Beyond.”

The series will premiere Sunday, April 12 at 10/9c following “The Walking Dead” Season 10 finale. Subsequent episodes will air Sunday nights at 9/8c on AMC.

Here is AMC’s description for the spinoff:

“‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ expands the universe of The Walking Dead, delving into a new mythology and story that follows the first generation raised in a surviving civilization of the post-apocalyptic world. Two sisters along with two friends leave a place of safety and comfort to brave dangers, known and unknown, living and undead on an important quest. Pursued by those who wish to protect them and those who wish to harm them, a tale of growing up and transformation unfurls across dangerous terrain, challenging everything they know about the world, themselves and each other. Some will become heroes. Some will become villains.
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The Walking Dead: World Beyond Premiere Date Is Set at AMC — Plus, Feast Your Eyes On the Latest Photos

Where one zombie drama ends, the next begins. AMC announced on Thursday that World Beyond, the second spinoff of The Walking Dead, would kick off its Season 1 on Sunday, April 12, at 10/9c immediately after the Season 10 finale of the mother ship.

As previously reported, the focus of World Beyond will be the first generation brought up post-apocalypse — in particular a pair of young heroines played by Alexa Mansour (The Resident) and Aliyah Royale (The Red Line). “Two sisters along with two friends leave a place of safety and comfort to brave dangers, known and unknown, living and undead, on an important quest,
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‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ Gets Premiere Date; Returns Set Other AMC Networks Series Including ‘Liar’, ‘Ride With Norman Reedus’, ‘Brockmire’, Others – TCA

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‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ Gets Premiere Date; Returns Set Other AMC Networks Series Including ‘Liar’, ‘Ride With Norman Reedus’, ‘Brockmire’, Others – TCA
AMC has set a date for the series bow of its zombie spinoff The Walking Dead: Beyond World for April, and AMC Networks also revealed a number of other premiere dates during its panel today at the TCA winter press tour. Read details below.

The Walking Dead: Beyond World will begin stalking on Sunday, April 12. Elsewhere, the fourth season of Ride with Norman Reedus, starring the Walking Dead regular, will get its motor running March 8, and the three-part drama Quiz — about the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire cheating scandal in the UK — will buzz in Wednesday, May 27, on AMC.

BBC America had set the Season 3 premiere of its Emmy-nominated drama Killing Eve for spring, and today it narrowed that down to April but gave no specific date.

Also today, IFC set a March 18 date for the fourth and final season of its Hank Azaria baseball comedy Brockmire, and February
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The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Hands-on Impressions

Rob Leane Jan 17, 2020

We immersed ourselves into walker-stuffed New Orleans to bring you this preview of The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners.

The Walking Dead as a brand has already spread from comics to a whole load of other mediums. Fans previously pummelled walkers aplenty in Telltale's series of games, so why is this famous zombie-stuffed franchise returning to the realm of interactive entertainment now? When Den of Geek attended a preview event for The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, an upcoming Vr game set in a flooded New Orleans, this is the first thing we asked.

Guy Costantini, who is VP of Global Interactive Marketing for the developers at Skydance Interactive, was on hand to furnish us with an answer: "We didn't really feel that anyone had made a Walking Dead game where you could step through the screen, and actually, like, live The Walking Dead. And so that was the
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‘Young Sheldon,’ ‘The Simpsons’ and 22 Other Spinoff Series Now on the Air (Photos)

  • The Wrap
Fox’s Rob Lowe-led “9-1-1” spinoff “Lone Star” premieres Sunday, Jan. 19, marking the latest in a long line of currently airing shows that are offshoots of other comedies or dramas. Here TheWrap has rounded up 24 of those spinoffs, including Dick Wolf’s “Chicago” franchise, “Big Bang Theory’s” little brother “Young Sheldon” and “The Simpsons” Click through our gallery to see them all.

Show: “9-1-1: Lone Star” Net: Fox Spinoff of “9-1-1

Show: “FBI: Most Wanted”

Net: CBS

Parent series: “FBI”

CBS wanted more of Dick Wolf’s version of the FBI, with this show focusing on a high-stakes drama focusing on the Fugitive Task Force, which tracks and captures the notorious criminals on the Bureau’s Most Wanted list.

Show: “Young Sheldon” Net: CBS Spinoff of “The Big Bang Theory

Show: “The Conners” Net: ABC Spinoff of “Roseanne

Show: “Chicago P.D.” Net: NBC Spinoff of “Chicago Fire
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2020 SAG Awards Nominations: The Complete List

2020 SAG Awards Nominations: The Complete List
And the nominees are... While there are still a few weeks left until 2020, next year's award season is officially in full swing thanks to the Golden Globe nominations revealed on Monday and the 2020 SAG Awards contenders announced today. This morning, Superstore's America Ferrera and The Walking Dead's Danai Gurira took turns revealing the esteemed list, which featured familiar names like Charlize TheronMahershala Ali, Jennifer AnistonLupita Nyong'o and Al Pacino. As is the case every year, some stars, like Jennifer Lopez and Scarlett Johansson, kicked off their day in an unforgettable way with their first-ever SAG Award...
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The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln Spotted Preparing For Rick Grimes Return

We haven’t seen the last of Rick Grimes, it seems… not by a long shot.

Over at AMC HQ, Andrew Lincoln and the Powers That Be are busy prepping a cinematic spinoff for the former Walking Dead favorite, who was last seen during “What Comes After” in the midst of season 9.

Suffice it to say, the mainline Walking Dead series has come an awful long way since the AMC flagship and Andrew Lincoln parted ways, but it seems the latter has finally begun his training for the aforementioned movie spinoff. Over on Instagram (h/t, the Cotswold Range shared photos of Lincoln wielding a weapon, along with a pic of the British actor standing next to a sign which reads: ‘Danger: Beware of Zombies’. Suddenly, everything feels just right.

The fact that Andrew Lincoln is back in training tells us that the Rick Grimes spinoff movie – the first in a trilogy,
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Corey Hawkins Joins Cast of HBO Max’s ‘Americanah’ Limited Series

  • The Wrap
HBO Max has cast Corey Hawkins in a leading role alongside Lupita Nyong’o, Zackary Momoh and Uzo Aduba in its upcoming “Americanah” limited series.

The 10 episode series is based on Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s best-selling novel of the same name.

Here’s HBO Max’s official description:

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“‘Americanah’ tells the story of Ifemelu (Nyong’o), a young, beautiful, self-assured woman raised in Nigeria, who as a teenager falls in love with her classmate Obinze (Momoh). Living in a military-ruled country, they each depart for the west. Ifemelu heads for America, where she finds academic success, but is forced to grapple for the first time with what it means to be black. Quiet, thoughtful Obinze had hoped to join her, but with post-9/11 America closed to him, he instead plunges into a dangerous undocumented life in London. A highly
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