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‘Game Day’ Starring Romeo Miller And Elizabeth Alderfer, With Music By Master P, Set For Fall Release

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‘Game Day’ Starring Romeo Miller And Elizabeth Alderfer, With Music By Master P, Set For Fall Release
Game Day, a basketball comedy-drama from Movie Night Media and Ammo Content, is set to open in limited release this fall.

The film stars Elizabeth Alderfer and Romeo Miller. Lisa Zane, Chris Johnson, Fyvush Finkel, Jerod Haynes and Antoine McKay also star.

The indie is written and directed by John Susman, and features original music by Miller and his dad, Master P. Producers include John Susman and Stuart Wolf through their Movie Night Media production banner.

Game Day tells the story of tech whiz Ricki (Alderfer), who convinces basketball-savvy teen Lucas (Miller) to offer her hoops lessons when her professional and personal life fall apart. Success at her new job hinges on her joining the office basketball team. But with no game, Ricki enlists Lucas’ help in a desperate attempt to save her job.

Related: How Master P Used Social Media To Make And Market ‘I Got The Hook-Up 2’

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‘Project Blue Book’: Jerod Haynes To Recur On History Drama Series

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‘Project Blue Book’: Jerod Haynes To Recur On History Drama Series
Exclusive: The Village alum Jerod Haynes is set for a recurring role opposite Aidan Gillen and Michael Malarkey on the second season of History’s hit UFO drama series Project Blue Book, from A+E Studios and executive producer Robert Zemeckis.

Project Blue Book is based on the true, top-secret investigations into unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and related phenomena conducted by the U.S. Air Force in the 1950s and ’60s. Neal McDonough, Michael Harney, Laura Mennell and Ksenia Solo also star.

Haynes will play Daniel Banks. A high-ranking, charismatic CIA operative, Dr. Hynek (Gillen) and Captain Michael Quinn (Malarkey) first encounter Agent Daniel Banks (Haynes) at the top-secret Area 51. Soon, Agent Banks becomes a powerful and unpredictable new asset for our duo’s quest for the truth in a UFO conspiracy that is growing increasingly dangerous.

Project Blue Book is an A+E Studios production in association with Compari Entertainment, a division of ImageMovers.
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The Village: Season One Viewer Votes

Does the first season of The Village TV show on NBC feel like home to you? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like The Village is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of The Village season one episodes here. *Status update below.

An NBC drama, The Village stars Warren Christie, Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint, Frankie Faison, Jerod Haynes, Dominic Chianese, Darren Kagasoff, Grace Van Dien, and Moran Atias. The story centers on the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building. While it looks the same as countless others from the outside, what goes on inside is rare, to
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The Village

Network: NBC.

Episodes: 10 (hour).

Seasons: One.

TV show dates: March 19, 2019 — May 21, 2019.

Series status: Cancelled.

Performers include: Warren Christie, Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint, Frankie Faison, Jerod Haynes, Dominic Chianese, Darren Kagasoff, Grace Van Dien, and Moran Atias.

TV show description:

An American drama, from creator Mike Daniels, The Village TV show centers on the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building. While it looks the same as countless others from the outside, what goes on inside is rare, to say the least.

Over time, the residents of the Village have forged a powerful bond. They are more than neighbors -- they're friends and a family of choice.

The "Villagers" include Sarah
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The Village: Season One Ratings

NBC has introduced a few new dramas in the 2018-19 television season, but only New Amsterdam has scored a second season thus far. The Peacock Network's latest entry is The Village TV show. Will this homey series manage to bring in the Nielsen households? Will The Village be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. *Status update below.

An NBC drama series, The Village stars Warren Christie, Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint, Frankie Faison, Jerod Haynes, Dominic Chianese, Darren Kagasoff, Grace Van Dien, and Moran Atias. The story centers on the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building. While it looks the same as countless others from the outside, what goes on inside is rare, to say the least. Everyone at the Village has a story to tell, be it about their hopes and dreams, or the challenges they’re facing. Together, they’re a family and
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The Village: Cancelled; No Season Two for NBC Drama Series

NBC has evicted one of its newest drama series. The network has cancelled The Village TV show so there won't be a second season.

The Village stars Warren Christie, Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint, Frankie Faison, Jerod Haynes, Dominic Chianese, Darren Kagasoff, Grace Van Dien, and Moran Atias. The story centers on the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building. While it looks the same as countless others from the outside, what goes on inside is rare, to say the least. Everyone at the Village has a story to tell, be it about their hopes and dreams, or the challenges they’re facing. Together, they’re a family and family means everything — even when you are not related. Read More…
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NBC Cancels ‘Abby’s,’ ‘The Enemy Within’ and ‘The Village’

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NBC has cut a trio of freshman series.

“Abby’s,” “The Enemy Within” and “The Village” have all been canceled after only a single season on the network.

The former is multicamera comedy which starred Natalie Morales in the title role, as a woman who ran a bar in her backyard. The series, which has only aired seven episodes to date, actually utilized the gimmick of being shot outdoors instead of on a soundstage, the first to do so. Morales was the first-ever female Cuban lead in the format.

The regulars at Abby’s bar, and therefore on the show, included Neil Flynn, Jessica Chaffin, Kimia Behpoornia and Leonard Ouzts. The show came from Josh Malmuth, who was showrunner, and executive producers Michael Schur and David Miner. “Abby’s” was produced by Universal Television, Fremulon, Waila Inc. and 3 Arts Entertainment.

It is averaging 1.7 million total live viewers and a
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‘Abby’s,’ ‘The Village’ and ‘The Enemy Within’ All Canceled by NBC After One Season

NBC has canceled freshman series “Abby’s,” “The Village,” and “The Enemy Within,” TheWrap has learned.

The trio of shows (two dramas and a comedy) all debuted at midseason and had been the only programs still sitting in limbo at the network, which made most renewal and cancellation decisions ahead of its upfront presentation to advertisers earlier this month — and canceled “A.P. Bio” last week.

Executive produced by Josh Malmuth and Mike Schur, the sitcom “Abby’s” centers on the titular unlicensed bar that Abby (Natalie Morales) runs in her backyard, which “is the perfect gathering place for locals to find camaraderie and sanctuary.”

“Abby’s” is averaging a 0.6 rating in the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic and 2.4 million total viewers, according to the “most current” data from Nielsen, which includes a week’s worth of delayed viewing where available.

Also Read: TV Renewals and Cancellations: 5 Broadcast Shows We're Still Awaiting
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‘Abby’s’, ‘The Village’ & ‘The Enemy Within’ Canceled By NBC After One Season

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NBC has made a decision on its new midseason series, comedy Abby’s and dramas The Village and The Enemy Within. All three have been canceled, joining sophomore midseason comedy, A.P. Bio, which was axed last Friday.

NBC left the future of Abby’s, A.P. Bio, The Enemy Within and The Village undecided heading into its upfront presentation earlier this month.

“The next season’s schedule is fluid, we want to give those shows a chance to fulfill their run and we’ll take another look at them then,” NBC Co-Chairmen George Cheeks said on NBC’s May 12 upfronts call. “Remember we program 52 weeks a year so there are a lot of slots.”

The decision is not surprising as neither series has been a critical or commercial breakout. All are from Universal TV; The Village and The Enemy Within just wrapped their runs; Abby’s has a couple of more episodes.
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TV Renewals and Cancellations: 5 Broadcast Shows We’re Still Awaiting Decisions on for the 2019-20 Season

“Has [insert name of broadcast TV show currently in limbo here] been canceled or renewed?” That’s the question on many viewers’ minds now that upfronts season is over.

While Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS and The CW have all announced their 2019-20 programming schedules, some of those slates don’t reveal everything, meaning the statuses of just under half a dozen broadcast TV shows are still up in the air.

And look, we can accept the fact that not every series will be saved like “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” famously was last season — and not every show should be. But come on, networks — minus ABC, Fox and The CW, who have already axed or renewed everything on their lists — viewers need to hear one way or another whether their favorite programs will be returning this fall, especially for ones that have a crazy-devoted fanbase.

Below are the five shows we’re still awaiting decisions on.

Also Read: Fall TV 2019: Every Broadcast Show Canceled,
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Future Of NBC’s ‘Abby’s, ‘A.P. Bio’ ‘The Enemy Within’ & ‘The Village’ “Still Under Discussion” With No Cancellations Made

The future of NBC’s Abby’s, A.P. Bio, The Enemy Within and The Village is “still under discussion” but Co-Chairmen George Cheeks and Paul Telegdy refused to hand out formal cancellations to the shows after they did not make NBC’s 2019/2020 schedule.

Speaking on NBC’s press Upfronts call, the pair said that no decision had been made on the shows, although sources suggest that it is unlikely that they will return to the network.

Telegdy said, “Anything that’s still on air is still under discussion, so no cancellations.”

Cheeks added, “The next season’s schedule is fluid, we want to give those shows a chance to fulfill their run and we’ll take another look at them then. Remember we program 52 weeks a year so there are a lot of slots.”

Abby’s, which stars Natalie Morales, Nelson Franklin, Neil Flynn, Jessica Chaffin, Kimia Behpoornia and Leonard Ouzts,
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The Village: Is the NBC TV Show Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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An NBC drama, The Village stars Warren Christie, Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint, Frankie Faison, Jerod Haynes, Dominic Chianese, Darren Kagasoff, Grace Van Dien, and Moran Atias. The story centers on the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building. While it looks the same as countless others from the outside, what goes on inside is rare, to say the least. Everyone at the Village has a story to tell, be it about their hopes
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NBC's The Village Premiere: Grade It!

The residents of the New York City apartment building at the heart of NBC’s The Village consider each other family, and Tuesday’s premiere of NBC’s new drama spent most of its time introducing us to the characters who inhabit the titular abode.

In a moment, we’ll want to know what you thought of the freshman series, which is going for the heartstring-tugging vibe of its lead-in, This Is Us. But first, a quick rundown of The Village’s residents:

Sarah And Katie | Sarah (Michaela McManus, Law & Order: Svu) works at a nursing home. Her teen daughter,
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‘The Village’ Review: NBC’s New Drama Delivers Cliches and Feels

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‘The Village’ Review: NBC’s New Drama Delivers Cliches and Feels
Honestly, there’s no better way to announce that you’re feel-good TV than by opening with a big red heart. And thus that’s exactly what “The Village” does in its first few minutes, not the first or last big obvious touch meant to make it clear that while the world might be a scary one, this is fundamentally a show about nice people who like each other.

NBC’s newest aim to tearjerk, created by Mike Daniels, focuses on the residents of a titular (and mythical) New York City apartment building. But unlike other NYC apartment buildings, the Village is special — all the residents go beyond friendship to help each other out because that’s just part of “the whole Village experience,” where the thin walls and tight bonds are only emphasized by the constant CGI zooming through each unit.

The large ensemble cast includes Frankie Faison, Lorraine Toussaint,
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TV Review: NBC’s ‘The Village’

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Even by the standards of network television, NBC’s “The Village” wears its inspiration boldly and openly: It’s “This Is Us,” except set among the disparate residents of an apartment building rather than the members of a family. “The Village” leans, hard, into the “This Is Us” formula of trauma-as-drama, deriving its tone from its characters perpetually making their way through the worst days of their lives and building moments of emotional catharsis and connection practically before every ad break.

Which is fine, as far as it goes — the medium runs on repetition, with slight alteration, and “This Is Us,” a surprisingly durable hit, is as good a template to crib as any. But, though it has plenty of its own issues, “This Is Us” is a notably well-acted and tonally consistent series. “The Village,” by contrast, veers all over the map and does not boast actors capable of
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'The Village' Trailer: NBC Drama Aims Straight for the Heart (Exclusive)

The full-length trailer for NBC's drama The Village makes its intentions clear in the opening seconds: The first sequence shows a girl weaving a giant heart into a construction fence.

The trailer makes a full-bore attack on viewers' emotions as it introduces several of the show's characters with the uplifting "What Do You Love" by Seeb (featuring Jacob Banks) as the soundtrack. There's wounded veteran Nick (Warren Christie) and the dog who saved his life; Ava (Moran Atias), who's in court for some reason, and Ben (Jerod Haynes), a cop who vouches for her; Sarah (Michaela ...
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Stars Attend Blue Jacket Fashion Show to Benefit the Prostate Cancer Foundation

The third annual Blue Jacket Fashion Show was held on February 7, 2019, at Pier59 Studios as part of Cfda’s New York Men’s Fashion Week.

Nigel Barker Attends third annual Blue Jacket Fashion Show

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The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson partnered with the Blue Jacket Fashion Show along with Accuray, Men’s Health magazine, and with the support of the Council of Fashion Designers of America (Cfda), to benefit the Prostate Cancer Foundation (Pcf).

The Blue Jacket Fashion Show brings together the fashion, entertainment, healthcare, and media worlds around a national platform to openly discuss men’s cancer issues, with an emphasis on prostate cancer. Coinciding with February’s Cancer Prevention Month and New York Men’s Fashion Week, the Blue Jacket Fashion Show included designers such as Arjona Collection, Banana Republic, Ben Sherman, Brooks Brothers, Bruno Magli, Duckie Brown, Eleventy, Emporio Armani,
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Project Blue Book Season 2 Trailer, Cast and Everything to Know

Alec Bojalad Alejandro Rojas Joseph Baxter Nov 19, 2019

History knows the truth is still out there, orders the Aidan Gillen-starring Project Blue Book Season 2.

The public's endless fascination for aliens and UFOs wins again! History and A+E Studios announced the renewal of Project Blue Book for Season 2.

Project Blue Book is an in-house A+ Studios production for History, which likely made the announcement of Project Blue Book Season 2 much easier. Of course, it doesn't hurt that people seem to like the sci-fi (though emphasis on the "sci") drama series. History reports that Project Blue Book is the number one new cable show of the 2018-19 TV season, pulling in 3.4 million viewers in the Live+3 Nielsen metric. Eli Lehrer, Executive Vice President and Head of Programming and History, said in a prepared statement:

“We are believers in Project Blue Book and so is our audience who has sparked a conversation about
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‘The Village’ Premiere Pushed A Week Due To State Of The Union Address

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Due to rescheduling demands for tonight’s State of the Union address, the premiere of new NBC drama The Village is being pushed a week to Tuesday, March 19, at 10 Pm, from its originally scheduled March 12 date. NBC also announced the series’ season finale will air Tuesday, May 21 at 10 Pm, immediately following the two-hour finale of The Voice.

Written and executive produced by Mike Daniels, The Village follows an incredible group of people dwelling in the same Brooklyn apartment building. While these characters are not related by blood, they have become an unlikely family. As each resident grapples with their own personal struggle, their neighbors come together to support them, and the show gives true meaning to the phrase “family is where you find it.”

The cast includes Moran Atias, Dominic Chianese, Warren Christie, Frankie Faison, Jerod Haynes, Daren Kagasoff, Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint and Grace Van Dien.

Minkie Spiro will
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NBC's Village Premiere Bumped a Week

NBC's Village Premiere Bumped a Week
The premiere of The Village aka NBC’s springtime This Is Us successor has been pushed back one week, to Tuesday, March 19 at 10/9c.

After airing at 10/9c (and giving New Amsterdam some bedrest) for its first three weeks, The Village will take over This Is Us‘ 9 o’clock time slot starting April 9, at which point the acclaimed drama will have concluded Season 3. The Village‘s finale will now land on Tuesday, May 21 (at 10 pm), following The Voice‘s two-hour finale.

The Village follows a group of people dwelling in the same Brooklyn apartment building. “While these characters are not related by blood,
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