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‘Goliath’ Renewed For Fourth And Final Season By Amazon

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‘Goliath’ Renewed For Fourth And Final Season By Amazon
Amazon Studios has picked up a fourth and final season of Goliath, its original drama series starring Billy Bob Thornton. The news Thursday comes a little over a month after the streamer rolled out Season 3 last month, revealing a new case for Thornton’s conflicted super-laywer Billy McBride.

The legal drama, created by David E. Kelley and Jonathan Shapiro, broke ground at Amazon, landing the first straight-to-series order at the platform which at the time was employing exclusively a pilot model, making its pilots available to the public.

Since its 2016 debut, Goliath has been one of the most popular original series on Amazon, at one point holding the crown as the service’s most binged show. Thornton won a Golden Globe that first season for playing McBride, the hard-living, once-famous L.A. lawyer with a complicated past who seeks redemption by solving cases nobody else can crack.

There were bend-the-scene
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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Renewed for Season 8 by NBC

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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Renewed for Season 8 by NBC
Nine-Nine! NBC has renewed “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” for Season 8 ahead of the comedy’s seventh season premiere in February, the broadcast network announced Thursday.

The former Fox show’s upcoming Season 7 debuts Thursday, Feb. 6 at 8/7c on NBC with a special hour-long episode. The 99th precinct then shifts to their regularly scheduled 8:30 p.m. time slot beginning Feb. 13.

Season 7 will mark the Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher-led series second on NBC, as the show switched networks following its May 2018 cancellation at Fox. NBC revived the show just one day after its original network gave it the ax and premiered “Nine-Nine’s” 18-episode sixth season in January of this year.
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Supernatural Resurrected an Old Foe to Stir Up Trouble for Sam and Dean

Chuck (Rob Benedict) may have been weakened by that gunshot wound but he found a new way to mess with Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) on Supernatural. Thursday's episode, "Proverbs 17:3," saw the return of the delectably villainous Lilith -- who rocked a stronger disguise than the

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Other Links From TVGuide.com SupernaturalMisha CollinsJensen AcklesJared PadaleckiAlexander Calvert
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A Million Little Things Kills [Spoiler]: Is This the Death We've Been Fearing?

A Million Little Things Kills [Spoiler]: Is This the Death We've Been Fearing?
Remember the death that A Million Little Things executive producer DJ Nash teased at the start of this season? It (probably) happens in this week’s episode.

I hedge mainly because Nash is a wily creature — see also: Season 1’s Ashley situation — who may or may not kill off another character before Season 2 is over. I have no intel or anything; this is merely conjecture. But this week’s hour certainly features the passing of a character we’ve seen, which was what the Ep foreshadowed back in August.

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Legacies Boss Breaks Down That Major Vardemus Twist

We've known something hinky was going on with Professor Vardemus (Alexis Denisof) since Legacies first introduced him earlier this season, but we never considered he was as duplicitous as he turned out to be! The final moments of Thursday's episode revealed that without his special little ring on,

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Other Links From TVGuide.com LegaciesAria ShahghasemiBrett MatthewsKaylee BryantDanielle Rose RussellJenny BoydThomas DohertyAlexis DenisofNick Fink
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Legacies Ep on Hope's Latest Sacrifice and Vardemus' Jaw-Dropping Reveal — Plus, Find Out Who's Visiting Freya

Legacies Ep on Hope's Latest Sacrifice and Vardemus' Jaw-Dropping Reveal — Plus, Find Out Who's Visiting Freya
Thursday’s Legacies revealed that someone at the Salvatore School is not who they appear to be — which is saying a lot, considering a good portion of the student body is made up of literal werewolves.

While Lizzie and Hope battled their way through an alternate reality based on the hits of the 1980s (killing a minotaur in the process!), their fellow classmates navigated a different type of battlefield at the Salvatore School’s ’80s decade dance. Most notably, Josie and Landon almost had sex for the first time, though Josie pumped the brakes when she discovered a song Landon
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Supernatural Twist: An Old Foe Is Back!

Supernatural Twist: An Old Foe Is Back!
Remember that story Chuck was writing on Supernatural? Well, it features one heckuva blast from the past. During Thursday’s episode, Dean and Sam are investigating a werewolf case when they discover that the sweet blonde girl they rescued is actually… Lilith! Yes, the white-eyed demon whose death released Lucifer from his cage over a decade ago in Season 4. (How’s that for a Throwback Thursday?)

Lilith was dead in the Empty, but then Chuck/God brought her back, she informs a gobsmacked Dean, whom she was originally planning to seduce. That plan went awry, but she still needs to
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The Good Place Recap: Judge Dread

The Good Place Recap: Judge Dread
Need to catch up? Read our previous Good Place recap here.

Good and evil awaited Judge Gen’s ultimate verdict on humanity in a pivotal episode of The Good Place — but her answer isn’t the end of the story.

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With the experiment officially in the books, the gang gets a visit from Matt the accountant, who says the results won
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Grey's Recap: Meredith's Judgment Day Arrives in the Series' 350th (!) Episode

Thursday’s Grey’s Anatomy — the ABC drama’s 350th! — found Meredith fighting for her life… ’s work. And she wasn’t fighting alone, either. Colleagues and patients alike lined up to throw down on behalf of the doctor who’d committed insurance fraud in order to get little Gabby the surgery that she needed. Were their efforts sufficient to allow Mer to wriggle off the hot seat? Read on and find out!

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Agencies’ Antitrust Suit Against Writers Guild Set for January Hearing

The antitrust suit filed by Hollywood’s major agencies against the Writers Guild of America has been set for a Jan. 17 hearing.

U.S. District Court Judge Andre Birotte issued the calendar update this week on the litigation, filed on Sept. 27 by CAA, UTA and Wme after the agencies consolidated their individual agency suits. The action accuses the WGA of abusing its collective bargaining authority by ordering its members to fire their agents and engaging in an unlawful “power grab.”

The guild filed last month for a dismissal of the antitrust suit and sought a Dec. 6 hearing. The WGA asserted in
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Legacies' Kaylee Bryant Talks Kai Parker's Return in Season 2

Legacies will receive a visit from one of the most iconic villains The Vampire Diaries ever created when Kai Parker (Chris Wood) comes to town later this season. And you could say we're a little bit excited for his arrival. After all, who wouldn't be stoked at the prospect of Josie (Kaylee Bryant)

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Taylor Swift's American Music Awards Performance in Limbo Over Legal Woes With Scooter Braun, Scott Borchetta

Taylor Swift's American Music Awards Performance in Limbo Over Legal Woes With Scooter Braun, Scott Borchetta
When Taylor Swift takes the stage at the 2019 American Music Awards on ABC later this month (Nov. 24, 8/7c), it’s unclear which of her classic songs she’ll perform — and not because she likes to keep us guessing.

As the singer explained via social media on Thursday, Scooter Braun — who purchased the master recordings of Swift’s pre-Lover songs in June — and Scott Borchetta, the founder of Swift’s former record label, are forbidding her from performing her older material as part of her Artist of the Decade medley.

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Werner Herzog Says ‘The Mandalorian’ Is ‘Cinema Back at Its Best’

Werner Herzog Says ‘The Mandalorian’ Is ‘Cinema Back at Its Best’
Werner Herzog has never watched a “Star Wars” film, but the celebrated director fit right into the mythology as a mysterious client with Imperial connections in “The Mandalorian,” the flagship launch title of the Disney+ streaming service.

Herzog was one of several cast and crew members who took part in a panel on the first “Star Wars” live action series during its premiere at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles Wednesday night. Disney celebrated the evening with a Q&a before screening the show’s first three episodes.

Although Herzog revealed in previous interviews that his decision to sign on to “The Mandalorian” was primarily a financial one, the longtime director was nonetheless effusive about his time on set during Wednesday’s chat. It took less than a minute after meeting “The Mandalorian” creator Jon Favreau for Herzog to be sold on the concept, and he noted that the
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Taylor Swift Says Scooter Braun, Scott Borchetta Are Blocking Her From Playing Old Hits at AMAs

Taylor Swift Says Scooter Braun, Scott Borchetta Are Blocking Her From Playing Old Hits at AMAs
Taylor Swift has taken to social media to tell fans that Scott Borchetta, her former label head at Big Machine Records, and his new partner Scooter Braun are trying to nix her plans for a retrospective performance at the American Music Awards, as well as denying the use of her recordings for a documentary she has only now revealed.

Swift made the surprising allegations in posts on her Instagram story, Facebook and Twitter — the latter under the caption: “Don’t know what else to do.”

Swift says in her posts that the Big Machine team told her she would be
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Gabrielle Carteris Preps for 26th Annual SAG Awards

SAG-AFTRA president Gabrielle Carteris is already looking forward to the 26th SAG Awards on Jan. 19, held in its usual location at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

“One of the best things about the SAG Awards is that it’s a peer-to-peer recognition,” she says. “It’s the highest honor for performers to be recognized by their community. Another important aspect of the SAG Awards is that it truly reflects what takes place culturally and inspires us all to do better.”

It will be fourth ceremony at which Carteris delivers a speech as the elected chief of the 160,000-member performers union.
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Goliath Renewed for a Final Season That 'Tackles a Timely Global Crisis'

Goliath Renewed for a Final Season That 'Tackles a Timely Global Crisis'
Billy Bob Thornton will go up against a figurative Goliath one more time, now that Amazon Prime has renewed his legal drama for a fourth and final season.

The Thursday evening announcement comes a little over a month after Season 3 made its debut on the streaming service.

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“I’m thrilled we get another season to tell Billy McBride’s story,” Goliath executive producer
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‘Goliath’ Renewed for Fourth and Final Season at Amazon

Amazon has renewed gritty legal drama “Goliath” for a fourth and final season.

The series centers on washed-up lawyer Billy McBride, played by Billy Bob Thornton, who seeks redemption after a client he successfully defended from a murder charge went on to slaughter a family. Thornton won a Golden Globe for his performance in 2017.

“’Goliath’ has been one of our most popular shows ever on Prime Video, and we’re so thankful to Billy Bob, Larry, Geyer, Jennifer, Steve, and the entire ‘Goliath’ team for bringing this series to life,” said Vernon Sanders, co-head of television at Amazon Studios. “We
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Jon Favreau Already Has a Star Picked for His ‘Star Wars’ Holiday Special

Jon Favreau Already Has a Star Picked for His ‘Star Wars’ Holiday Special
The “Star Wars” franchise is no stranger to the strange and odd. But the wildest of all the offerings from the galaxy far, far away is the bizarre (but beautiful) “Star Wars Holiday Special.” And Jon Favreau is ready to resurrect it.

The TV special celebrating the Wookiee holiday “Light Day” aired on CBS in 1978. All the original “Star Wars” members made an appearance from Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford to Mark Hamill along with special musical guest Jefferson Starship. It’s a can’t-look-away train wreck of corporate meddling and contractually obligated celebrity appearances. But it also has Bea Arthur
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‘The Jungle Book’ Writer Justin Marks Inks Overall Deal With FX Productions

‘The Jungle Book’ Writer Justin Marks Inks Overall Deal With FX Productions
“Counterpart” creator and showrunner and “The Jungle Book” scribe Justin Marks has signed an overall deal to create new content for FX Productions.

“Justin is a true creative talent and we feel fortunate to be his partners in supporting his vision of bold and ambitious storytelling,” said FX Entertainment original programming president Gina Balian.

Marks, the writer behind the Jon Favreau-directed Disney flick “The Jungle Book,” is currently working on penning the sequel for Walt Disney Studios. Most recently, he wrote “Top Gun: Maverick,” starring Tom Cruise, which is slated for a June 26, 2020, release from Paramount Pictures. Marks is
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Ahs: 1984's Leslie Grossman Applauds Margaret's 'Perfect' Finale Fate, Reflects on That 'Lovely Ending'

Ahs: 1984's Leslie Grossman Applauds Margaret's 'Perfect' Finale Fate, Reflects on That 'Lovely Ending'
Attention, campers: We’re about to spoil the events of Wednesday’s American Horror Story finale. You’ve been warned!

Margaret Booth may not have lived to be Ahs: 1984‘s final girl, but she still played an unforgettable role in Wednesday’s finale, one that cost her an arm and a leg. And another arm. And another leg.

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