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Blast from the Past: 5 TV Show Reboots That Need to Happe

Reboots are sweeping Hollywood, but networks are overlooking some of the best shows from yesteryear. Here are five TV show reboots that need to happen already!  In the last few years, we’ve seen TV show reboots of some of the greatest TV shows of all time. We’ve seen remakes of Charmed, Macguyver, and even Magnum P.I. While remakes aren’t always successful, there are some that absolutely have to be done.

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Comic-Con celebrates 50 years

Fifty years of Comic-Con, and I was there to discover what new treats lay for the attendees of this vast convention devoted to comic books.  Comic Con ran from July 18-21, with preview night on July 17.  Announcements, screenings, and trailers for returning and upcoming new TV shows and movies were present daily.  There was so much to see and so little time to see them!

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FX Rounds Out Cast for Fosse/Verdon Limited Series!

Fosse/Verdon – Margaret Qualley will star as Ann Reinking in the FX Limited Series – Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/Courtesy of FilmMagic)

Margaret Qualley and Norbert Leo Butz have signed on as regulars for the FX limited series Fosse/Verdon.

They will play Ann Reinking and Paddy Chayefsky – in the series about the romantic and professional relationship between Bob Fosse (Sam Rockwell) and Gwen Verdon (Michelle Williams).

Several recurring roles have been filled out by Aya Cash, Nate Corddry, Susan Misner, Bianca Marroquin, Kelli Barrett, Evan Handler, Rick Holmes and Paul Reiser.

Fosse/Verdon is slated to premiere in Spring 2019.

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YouTube’s Impulse Gets Another Season!!

I suck, I’ve been MIA from my own site this year, mainly due to moving to Fl earlier this year and spending too much time making crappy YouTube videos. I may do a whole thing on the drama and trauma of the move. But I’m back. Who knew You Tube had original shows? I did! I watched my first one, the teen not sort of “super hero but not” drama Impulse last month and liked it a lot. Look for my review next week. Today, YouTube announced that they are ordering a 2nd season  of the show, which has garnered 8 million views since it debuted on YouTube Red, June 6.  Continue reading YouTube’s Impulse Gets Another Season!!

Midnight Texas finally makes its big premiere!

MIDNIGHT, TEXAS — “Bad Moon Rising” Episode 102 — Pictured: (l-r) Peter Mensah as Lemuel, Arielle Kebbel as Olivia, Sarah Ramos as Creek, Francois Arnaud as Manfred — (Photo by: Ursula Coyote/NBC)
 This past Monday, July 24, “Midnight Texas” finally premiered on NBC.  The story centers around the remote Texas town of Midnight, Texas where being normal is really quite strange and only outsiders fit in.  It is a safe haven for those who are different.  When a powerful psychic arrives along with the murder of one of their own, that safety is threatened from suspicious cops, deadly biker gangs, and their own dangerous pasts.  Based on the New York Times best-selling book series Midnight, Texas by Charlaine Harris, author of the novels that inspired, “True Blood”, Eclipse Magazine had the delight of getting a sneak preview days before the premiere.  Now that the show has finally revealed the pilot episode, let’s take a look at what the cast and crew have shared and what we can expect to see this upcoming season.

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Cinemax Continues Shift To Respectability With Susan Seidleman’s Musical Chairs!

Susan Seidelman’s critically acclaimed Musical Chairs is set to premiere on Cinemax of Friday at 6:55/5:55C and is now available on MAX GO until March 31st.

Musical chairs is a blend of drama, dance and romance set in contemporary New York, where ‘a pair of unlikely lovers must face a number of challenges, both separately and together, before finding one another–and themselves.’ Set in the world of competitive dancing, Armando, a handyman, and Mia, an Upper East Side princess, must find a way to achieve their dreams in spite his background and a tragic accident puts her in a wheelchair for life. For more, check out the press release following the jump.

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