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Roman J. Israel, Esq. Coming to Home Video!

Roman J. Israel, Esq. – featuring Denzel Washington’s Golden Globe® and Screen Actors Guild Award nominate performance – is coming to Digital on January 26th and Blu-ray and DVD on February 13th.

The home video release will include three behind-the-scenes featurettes and eight deleted scenes.

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Obsessable Teaser: The Girlfriend Experience: Season 2!

Starz has released a new teaser for season two of The Girlfriend Experience leading up to its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.

It gives us a glimpse of the two storylines it will be pursuing and is a bit on the odd side.

Season two of The Girlfriend Experience premieres on November 5th.

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Steven Soderberg’s The Girlfriend Experience Returns In November!

The Girlfriend Experience Season Two Key Art – Courtesy of Starz Entertainment, LLC

Starz has announced the premiere date and the basic premise for season two of Steven Soderberg’s The Girlfriend Experience.

TGE will have two separate arcs in season two – set in Washington DC as 2018 mid-term elections approach, and in New Mexico where a woman who has entered the Witness Protection Program finds herself unable to maintain the low profile required by the WPP and… consequences.

The girlfriend Experience: Season Two will premiere on Sunday, November 5th (9/8C).

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Sparkle: Great Performances, So-So Script!

Sparkle (Jordin Sparks) performing in TriStar Pictures' SPARKLE.

Technically a remake of a 1976 movie starring Philip Michael Thomas (Miami Vice) and Irene Cara (Fame), Sparkle is a rehash of tropes we’ve seen before. Unlike the original version and other films that have told the same story (think Dreamgirls as an example), this one manages a few new wrinkles and is lifted by some (forgive me) sparkling performances.

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If I Told You That CBS’ Spy Series CHAOS Was Chaotic Would You Think That Was a Good Thing?

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CHAOS [CBS, Fridays, 8/7C] is a spy dramedy that seeks to expand CBS’ number of procedurals and comedies. In that mix, it is, apparently, trying to duplicate the drama/humor mix that makes USA Network the most successful basic cable network. It’s a laudable attempt, but the comedy too often feels forced onto the procedural. When the two don’t overlap – which is seldom – each works just fine. It’s when the two are jammed together that things fall apart and chaos.

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