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Who Will Play Casey Anthony in Imperfect Justice Movie?

Lifetime is currently developing "Imperfect Justice," a movie about Casey Anthony, who was found not guilty of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. And now comes word that the network has cast relative newcomer Holly Deveaux to play Casey. Deveaux is 19-years-old and has appeared in TV programs "Less Than Kind" and "Baxter" in Canada, as well as in a made-for-tv movie "Silent Witness," opposite Anne Heche and Dermot Mulroney. Other actresses considered for the role were Alyssa Milano and Jennifer Love Hewitt. The new movie will focus on the attorneys behind the controversial 2011 trial. It will co-star Rob Lowe as Jeff Ashton (the prosecuting attorney), Elizabeth Mitchell as Linda Drake Burdick (fellow prosecutor) and Oscar Nunez ("The Office") as Jose Baez (Anthony's defense attorney).
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Elizabeth Mitchell joins Lifetime's Casey Anthony movie, Holly Deveaux to play Anthony

Elizabeth Mitchell joins Lifetime's Casey Anthony movie, Holly Deveaux to play Anthony
Lifetime's movie about the Casey Anthony trial has added a couple of familiar names to its cast -- along with one lesser-known actress playing Anthony herself.

Canadian actress Holly Deveaux will play Anthony in "Prosecuting Casey Anthony," the Orlando Sentinel reports. The movie is based on Anthony prosecutor Jeff Ashton's book "Imperfect Justice" and will star Rob Lowe as Ashton.

Elizabeth Mitchell ("Lost," "V") and Oscar Nunez ("The Office") have also signed on to the project, which begins filming next week and will air later in the year. Mitchell will play Linda Burdick, Ashton's fellow prosecutor, and Nunez will play defense attorney Jose Baez, who helped win his client's acquittal on the charge of murdering her daughter Caylee. (Casey Anthony was convicted of four counts of giving false statements to police.)

Deveaux starred in the Canadian comedy "Baxter" and has guest-starred on episodes of "Lost Girl," "Haven" and "Breakout Kings.
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'Southland' Star Michael Cudlitz Constructs a Career

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Michael Cudlitz usually plays Officer John Cooper on TNT's "Southland," which returns with new episodes Jan. 17, 2012. But he's changing sides of the law in the TNT Original Mystery Movie "Silent Witness," premiering Dec. 7. In the telefilm he plays Sam Robb, a teacher accused of murder. When it comes to good guys versus villains, the actor says he doesn't really have a preference, as long as the role is exciting. Below, five things you might not know about the "Southland" star.1. He starts with research."Everybody works in a different way, and I've worked with actors that have no training whatsoever who are phenomenal," Cudlitz says. But he believes that research is always a good starting point. "Just know the people that you are portraying and the work that they do, because everybody's a person first and people react to things the way people react," he says. For "Silent...
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'Silent Witness' Gets Deadly on TNT's Mystery Movie Night (Exclusive Video)

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'Silent Witness' Gets Deadly on TNT's Mystery Movie Night (Exclusive Video)
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Richard North Patterson's legal drama 'Silent Witness' is coming to life on the small screen for TNT's ongoing Mystery Movie Night series (premieres Wed., Dec. 7, 9Pm Et on TNT).

The movie stars Dermot Mulroney as a defense attorney called back home to defend his old friend (played by 'Southland' star Michael Cudlitz), a teacher who's being accused of murdering a student. There's mystery, suspense and some major courtroom action, not to mention the awesome cast -- Judd Hirsch and Anne Heche also star.

And, in our exclusive sneak peek, there's thunder, lightning and a frightening death. Oh and Dermot Mulroney shirtless. Take a look and tell us: Will you watch 'Silent Witness'?

 

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TNT Announces 2011 Fall/Winter Schedule

TNT Announces 2011 Fall/Winter Schedule
After scoring its most successful summer of original programming ever, including the launch of mega-hit Falling Skies, TNT is set to heat up the fall and winter with a terrific lineup of popular and acclaimed original series and a showcase of new original movies. The drama network's slate includes the return of basic cable's top two series of all time, The Closer, starring 2010 Emmy winner Kyra Sedgwick, and Rizzoli & Isles, starring Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander; all-new episodes of the hit caper series Leverage, starring Timothy Hutton; and a new season of the critically acclaimed Southland.

TNT has also unveiled the slate for The TNT Mystery Movie Night, a new showcase of contemporary procedural dramas set to launch Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 9 p.m. (Et/Pt). The showcase will kick off with Scott Turow's Innocent, starring Bill Pullman (Independence Day, Torchwood: Miracle Day), Marcia Gay Harden (Pollock, Damages) and Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2,
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TNT announces return dates for Southland, The Closer, Leverage and Rizzoli & Isles

TNT has some pretty cool shows on, Falling Skies and Southland are my personal favorites. The Closer is a really enjoyable show as well. The Fall/Winter schedule has been released for the networks lineup. Keep reading for all the details.

Let us know what your favorite show is on TNT?

Official Press Release:

After scoring its most successful summer of original programming ever, including the launch of mega-hit Falling Skies, TNT is set to heat up the fall and winter with a terrific lineup of popular and acclaimed original series and a showcase of new original movies. The drama network’s slate includes the return of basic cable’s top two series of all time, The Closer, starring 2010 Emmy® winner Kyra Sedgwick, and Rizzoli & Isles, starring Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander; all-new episodes of the hit caper series Leverage, starring Timothy Hutton; and a new season of the critically acclaimed Southland.
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