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Emmys ‘In Memoriam’ paid tribute to Tim Conway, Valerie Harper and Doris Day – but who was left out?

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Emmys ‘In Memoriam’ paid tribute to Tim Conway, Valerie Harper and Doris Day – but who was left out?
As alt-pop singer Halsey stirred emotions with her moving rendition of “Time After Time,” the 2019 Emmy Awards that aired on Fox on September 22 paid tribute to the television legends who left us in the last year during the show’s “In Memoriam” segment. They included actors Tim Conway, Valerie Harper, Katherine Helmond, Penny Marshall, Luke Perry, Doris Day and Rip Torn.

Let’s look back at some of the contributions made by these beloved TV icons.

SEECelebrity Deaths 2019: In Memoriam Gallery

Tim Conway died on May 14 at age 85. The comedy legend won six Emmy Awards during his lengthy career, including four for “The Carol Burnett Show,” one for “Coach” and one for “30 Rock.” He was inducted into the TV Academy Hall of Fame in 2002. And he took pride in getting his co-stars on Burnett’s variety show to laugh at his antics and break character.

Legendary singer and
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Good Girls Season 3: Charlyne Yi Tapped to Play Newest 'Good' Girl

Good Girls Season 3: Charlyne Yi Tapped to Play Newest 'Good' Girl
The Good Girls‘ gravy train has found its conductor.

TVLine has learned exclusively that actress-writer-comedian Charlyne Yi is joining the NBC dramedy’s upcoming third season as a new “good” girl and a key figure in Beth, Ruby and Annie’s burgeoning counterfeit money scheme.

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Yi, best known to TV audiences as House‘s Dr. Park, will recur Lucy, a quirky artist with
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David Lynch Says More ‘Twin Peaks’ Is “Calling Him.”

David Lynch Says More ‘Twin Peaks’ Is “Calling Him.”
Twin Peaks: The Return” felt, for many like this generation’s “2001: A Space Odyssey.” It broke the rules of television and Lynch’s vision was so far out, it almost felt like a broadcast from another dimension. The mosaic of characters the legendary director presented to us was part of a greater whole, one that felt almost too impossible to describe.

As Agent Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) finally found his way down the show’s never-ending rabbit hole of colliding cosmos, he did so by finding a way to redeem Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee), even by saving her life, seemingly going back in time and changing the tragic events of 1989.
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Kyle MacLachlan: Yes, Even I Was Confused by David Lynch’s Return to ‘Twin Peaks’

Kyle MacLachlan: Yes, Even I Was Confused by David Lynch’s Return to ‘Twin Peaks’
This story about Kyle MacLachlan first appeared in the Miniseries/Movies issue of TheWrap’s Emmy magazine.

Anybody who watched TV in the early 1990s remembers Agent Dale Cooper. A quirky but buttoned-down FBI agent with a taste for damn fine coffee and apple pie, he led an investigation into the murder of high schooler Laura Palmer in the town of Twin Peaks, Washington, population 51,201.

Strange things happened to Agent Cooper and everyone around him in David Lynch’s groundbreaking series “Twin Peaks,” which ran for two seasons and later gave birth to the 1992 film “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me” and, last year, a much-delayed third season that ran for 18 hour-long episodes on Showtime.
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Art Directors Guild Awards 2018 winners: Best prediction scores by our Experts, Editors and Users

Congratulations to our User rkenny4 for a terrific score of 80% when predicting the 2018 Art Directors Guild Awards winners on Saturday. He is actually tied with 18 others with that percentage but has the better point score of 6,672 by using the 500 super bets wisely.

Over 700 people worldwide predicted these Adg winners in 10 film and television categories. The awards ceremony was held on January 27 in Hollywood. Our top scorer had all four film categories correct: “The Shape of Water” (period), “Logan” (contemporary), “Blade Runner 2049” (fantasy), and “Coco” (animation). In fact his only two misses were choosing “Twin Peaks” over “The Handmaid’s Tale” (TV one-hour contemporary) and “Saturday Night Live” over “Portlandia” (TV variety).

SEE2018 Art Directors Guild Awards: Complete list of winners for film and TV

You can see how your score compares to all others in our leaderboard rankings of all contestants, which also includes links to see each participant’s predictions.
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David Lynch Calls Kyle MacLachlan ‘Kale,’ and the Reason Why Has to Do With ‘Dune’

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David Lynch Calls Kyle MacLachlan ‘Kale,’ and the Reason Why Has to Do With ‘Dune’
Kyle MacLachlan and David Lynch have been working together for decades, so it’s to be expected that they have a good rapport with one another. That apparently includes a nickname: “Kale,” which Lynch has been calling his leading man for more than 30 years. Watch below.

Read More:‘Twin Peaks’: Kyle MacLachlan Thinks ‘The Return’ Is a Film, Even Though the Golden Globes Nominated Him for TV

“We have a shorthand after all the years of working together, and David has a very particular way of directing,” MacLachlan said during his appearance on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.” “For me, he would say something like, ‘Now Kale, Kale’…he calls me Kale, that’s another story.” Why, yes. Yes it is. It dates back to the filming of “Dune,” which was produced, like several of Lynch’s films, by the legendary Dino De Laurentiis — whose Italian accent turned
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Pilot Orders for ‘Cagney & Lacey’ and ‘Magnum P.I.’ Reboots Set at CBS

As movie franchises continue to borrow the flimsy tactics of TV to promise returning audiences, TV is taking up the tactics that movies used for the very same reason. The current TV landscape is littered with reboots, remakes, sequel seasons, and spin-offs, at least to the point where they dominate the field over original creations. This is not all for the bad: the best season of TV from last year was the overdue third season of Twin Peaks and the second best season was Spike Lee's remake of his own debut film, She's Gotta Have It. Indeed, …
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Close-Up on Lukas Valenta Rinner's "A Decent Woman"

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Close-Up is a feature that spotlights films now playing on Mubi. Lukas Valenta Rinner's A Decent Woman (2016), which is receiving an exclusive global online premiere on Mubi, is showing from January 26 - February 25, 2018 as a Special Discovery.It’s possibly belaboring the obvious to note—to quote Naomi Watts’s Janey-e in David Lynch’s return to Twin Peaks—that we live in dark, dark times; for a counterblast against the rot, even irresponsible, unfocused dissent is cathartic. Lukas Valenta Rinner’s A Decent Woman premiered two years ago but feels absolutely of the moment: a story about cloistered communities which impose conservative impulses on everything around them. In this case, “conservative” doesn’t designate the old Gop model—in which a balanced budget is the top moral priority of the country and social issues come are a not-quite-as-close second—but the complete subjugation of all those who don’t
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Sneaky Pete Season 2 Gets March Premiere Date — Watch Trailer

Sneaky Pete is playing the long con — whether he wants to or not.

Amazon on Thursday announced that Season 2 of the Bryan Cranston-Ep’d crime drama will be released on Friday, March 9 — a full 14 months after the release of Season 1.

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The next 10 episodes find Marius (Giovanni Ribisi) forced to extend the Pete con when he is confronted by two thugs threatening to kill Pete’s entire family. The only way to save them is to track down the real Pete’s estranged mother Maggie (Twin PeaksJane Adams) and return
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Video Essay. L'année dernière à Twin Peaks (Last Year at Twin Peaks)

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“We’re like the dreamer, who dreams and then lives inside a dream. But who is the dreamer?” Monica Bellucci asks David Lynch himself this question, in a dream sequence. It's a black and white flashback, in which not only are we being told about something that already happened, we're also being shown footage from the present and the past. Interestingly enough, it's also a recurring a dream—which means it'll probably happen again.The world of Twin Peaks lives in the dream of time and space. Surrounded by a haunting and mysterious magical forest, after a quarter of century we’re still fascinated by this enigmatic universe. A pivotal, tragic moment seems to define this town and world, and to an extent, Lynch’s work. The killing of young beauty, prom queen Laura Palmer. “This is the girl,” Justin Theroux’s film director character is told in Mulholland Dr.
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‘Counterpart’ Review: Two J.K. Simmons Are Better Than One in Whip-Smart Starz Thriller

The Twins TV Trend of 2017 has crossed over to the new year, and it’s chosen a worthy vessel for the voyage. After getting double doses of Justin Theroux (“The Leftovers”), Ewan McGregor (“Fargo”), James Franco (“The Deuce”), and Kyle MacLachlan (“Twin Peaks”) last year, J.K. Simmons is keeping the streak alive in the new Starz science-fiction thriller, “Counterpart.” Though one might think creators are running out of viable conceits to get a two-for-one special on their leading actor, Justin Marks makes sure this acting bargain pays off far beyond Simmons’ superb performances; Overall, “Counterpart” is very, very good.

Meet Howard Silk. Howard (Simmons) is a devotee: He’s been working for the same company in the same job in the same clothes, location, and conditions for 30 years. He’s been married to the same woman, Emily (Olivia Williams), for most of that time, faithfully at her side through thick and thin.
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Sundance 2018 Indie Episodic Preview: The Most Anticipated TV Pilots and Premieres at This Year’s Festival

Sundance 2018 Indie Episodic Preview: The Most Anticipated TV Pilots and Premieres at This Year’s Festival
Don’t let the title fool you: The Sundance Film Festival has been featuring television programs for years, be it the slew of documentaries that end up on HBO, Showtime, and Netflix or pilots that earn a special showcase like “Animals.” did in 2015.

But 2018 is special. This year, Sundance is dedicating an entire section to episodic programming, including short-form series, docu-series, traditional pilots, and more experimental premieres. It’s all coming together under the Indie Episodic banner, and it’s all designed with one clear mission:

“There is no clear path to series if you’re trying to do it independently — if you’re going to try and shoot your own pilot, and then try and get picked up,” Sundance programmer Charlie Sextro told IndieWire. “There’s a clear way [in] making an independent film: It gets picked up at Sundance, and then it gets out to the world. It’s
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Horror Highlights: Nitehawk Cinema Screenings, Comet TV’s The Craft Contest, The Strangers Fan Art Contest, Panic Film Fest 2018, Terror Take Away

This February, Nitehawk Cinema wants to cause some mayhem. Joe Lynch's chaotic and fun film Mayhem will screen after midnight on the weekend of January 26th at Nitehawk Cinema, before its premiere on Shudder. Then, on Wednesday, February 7th, Mohawk will kick off a special evening at Nitehawk with a 7:30pm screening featuring a Q&A with directorTed Geoghegan. Also in today's Horror Highlights: Comet TV's The Craft contest, The Strangers: Prey at Night fan art contest, the Panic Fest 2018 lineup, Dead Hooker in a Trunk Blu-ray release details, and info on the new horror film Terror Take Away.

Nitehawk Cinema Screenings: Mayhem Screenings (January 26th and 27th): “Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45 pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!

Ahead of its release on Shudder, Nitehawk and Shudder present special midnite screenings of Joe Lynch's Mayhem.
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Kyle MacLachlan Talks ‘Twin Peaks’, The Possibility of Even More & Dougie [TCA 2018]

Kyle MacLachlan Talks ‘Twin Peaks’, The Possibility of Even More & Dougie [TCA 2018]
Kyle MacLachlan was on a Television Critics Association panel for the upcoming final season of Portlandia with Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein. After the panel, /Film was able to ask him about coming back to Twin Peaks: The Return, including his initial reaction to the character of Dougie. Plus, MacLachlan offered his own thoughts on […]

The post Kyle MacLachlan Talks ‘Twin Peaks’, The Possibility of Even More & Dougie [TCA 2018] appeared first on /Film.
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Riverdale: Why the Adults Need Their Own Spinoff!!

Riverdale is the dark, teen crime drama loosely based on the Archie comics, and it's deliciously good.

But if we're being honest, it's loosely based on teenagers too, because have you seen the teens of Riverdale in action? I don't know about you, but at 16-years-old I wasn't seizing control of criminal biker gangs, doing sexy strip teases in front of my mother, sleeping with a teacher, or investigating serial killers and serial murders.

Seriously, why does Sheriff Keller entertain Betty and the gang's sleuthing instead of sending them to Algebra where they belong?

If you watch Riverdale online, you know that the teens dominate the series, but honestly,  the adults give them a run for their money every single episode. Sometimes, they're more entertaining than their children, and that's something of note.

 

 

1. Who the Show is About

Teen shows have notoriously taken liberties while focusing on high school students.
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David Lynch inspired short film ‘Lucid’ now online

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David Lynch inspired short film Lucid, directed by Henrik Bjerregaard Clausen, written by Mads Zaar Riisberg, produced by Stoyan Yankov and starring Kim Sønderholm is now publicly available online!

This short nightmare, clocking in just under five minutes, is a Twin Peaks-esque short film from Denmark (no worries, spoken language is English) has toured festivals worldwide for a good while, gotten screened on over 75 festivals and won a lot of awards. Ending its festival run it is now public available for streaming for everyone to see. Take five minutes and enjoy!

A man wakes up from a dream and attempts to change the course of his life, but is he truly in control of his own destiny? What is in the dark forest? How can you tell if you are still dreaming?
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Twin Peaks: "The Door at Showtime Is Always Open" for Another Season

Is there a chance for more Twin Peaks? Recently, Showtime chief Gary Levine discussed the possibility of another season for the series reboot, Variety reports.The cult-favorite drama wrapped its 18-episode revival in September. The cast included the returne of original stars Kyle MacLachlan, Sheryl Lee, Mädchen Amick, Dana Ashbrook, Russell Tambyln, Ray Wise, Sherilynn Fenn, and Miguel Ferrer.Read More…
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8 Questions We Need the Roseanne Reboot to Answer

When any show comes back, fans of the original are going to have questions. Are Will & Grace's kids still married? Who's the Simon Cowell of the new American Idol judging panel? What happened to Audrey on Twin Peaks? The revival of Roseanne is no different. There are a lot of questions we need answered, but first and foremost, what the show is going to do about the way the original series ended. Read on to find out what the most burning questions are, what answers we may already have, and what we need from the revival. RelatedHow the Roseanne Revival Is Tackling Trump's America Head First
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David Lynch inspired short film "Lucid" is now online!

David Lynch inspired short film "Lucid", directed by Henrik Bjerregaard Clausen, written by Mads Zaar Riisberg, produced by Stoyan Yankov and starring Kim Sønderholm is now publicly available online! This short nightmare, clocking in just under five minutes, is a "Twin Peaks"-esque short film from Denmark (no worries, spoken language is  English) has toured festivals worldwide for a good while, gotten screened on over 75 festivals and won a lot of awards. Ending its festival run it is now public available for streaming for everyone to see. Take five minutes and enjoy!   A man wakes up from a dream and attempts to change the course of his life, but is he truly in control of his own destiny? What is in the dark forest?...

[Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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Phoenix Resurrection Has Debunked a Major Jean Grey/X-Men Theory

Spoiler Warning: The following article contains major spoilers for Phoenix Resurrection: The Return of Jean Grey #3 by Matthew Rosenberg, Joe Bennett, Lorenzo Ruggiero, Rachelle Rosenberg and Travis Lanham, on sale now.

The mystery at the heart of Phoenix Resurrection has been one of the most interesting comics of the new year, with Twin Peaks style twists and turns in a small town where everything isn’t quite as it seems.
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