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        Disney Plus Will Make ‘The Simpsons’ Available in Original Uncropped Format in Early 2020

        Disney Plus Will Make ‘The Simpsons’ Available in Original Uncropped Format in Early 2020
        Eep! After an outcry from “The Simpsons” aficionados, Disney has decided to offer classic episodes of the iconic animated sitcom on Disney Plus in their original 4-by-3 aspect ratio early next year.

        The streaming service launched Nov. 12 in the U.S., Canada and the Netherlands with the full batch of “Simpsons” episodes in 16-by-9 HD format, which cropped out key details from older episodes — and angered many fans.

        In a statement, Disney said it launched “The Simpsons” in 16:9 aspect ratio at launch “in order to guarantee visual quality and consistency across all 30 seasons.”

        “Over time, Disney+ will roll out
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        ‘Loki’: Sophia Di Martino Joins Tom Hiddleston in Marvel Limited Series For Disney+

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        ‘Loki’: Sophia Di Martino Joins Tom Hiddleston in Marvel Limited Series For Disney+
        Sophia Di Martino is set to co-star opposite Tom Hiddleston in Marvel’s Loki limited series for Disney+, sources confirm to Deadline.

        In the new Marvel Studios series, Hiddleston returns as the mercurial Loki, the Asgardian god of mischief and everyone’s favorite Marvel villain, in stories that take place after the events of Avengers: Endgame. Kate Herron is director, Michael Waldron is head writer for the series, slated for 2021 premiere.

        One source close to the production hints that Di Martino may in fact portray a female incarnation of Loki and, in effect share the role with Hiddleston. Loki is a trickster god and a shapeshifter and, in the pages of Marvel Comics, has been portrayed at times in a female incarnation. In September, Marvel Press published a high-profile Ya novel by author Mackenzi Lee called Loki: Where Mischief Lies that presented the character as pansexual and gender-fluid.
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        The Rookie Video: Alan Tudyk Teaches Nolan How to 'Wash' a Crime Scene

        The Rookie Video: Alan Tudyk Teaches Nolan How to 'Wash' a Crime Scene
        The Rookie learns a thing or two about bioremediation (i.e. crime scene clean-up) in this exclusive sneak peek featuring guest star/Firefly alum Alan Tudyk.

        In the episode “Clean Cut” (airing Sunday at 10/9c on ABC), Officer Nolan (played by Nathan Fillion) kicks-off his birthday by… babysitting a crime scene at a law office. [Sad trombone] In the clip above, just as his cell phone battery hits the dreaded zero percent, Nolan makes the acquaintance of crime scene cleaner Ellroy Basso (played by Tudyk), who is quite a character.

        More from TVLineThe Rookie Casts Onetime Castle Baddie Annie Wersching in a Killer RoleStumptown,
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        CMAs Producer on Creating Buzzy Performances by Reba, Kacey Musgraves, Halsey and a Mostly Female Cast

        CMAs Producer on Creating Buzzy Performances by Reba, Kacey Musgraves, Halsey and a Mostly Female Cast
        When it comes to the exact drop away mechanics of how Reba McEntire pulled off multiple costume changes on camera at this year’s Cma Awards, only her dresser knows for sure. But longtime executive producer Robert Deaton can at least tell us approximately how many dozen rehearsals went into that performance of “Fancy.” And when it comes to other highlights of the 2019 show, from Kacey Musgraves’ tender duet with WIllie Nelson to Halsey’s hookup with Lady Antebellum, Deaton can also reveal which ideas were his and which he resisted before the star in question successfully sold him on it.
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        The Masked Singer: Clues Galore About Flower, Fox, Rottweiler and More

        We may not be Triumph the Comic Insult Dog, but we’d like to think we’ve gotten pretty good at sniffing out Masked Singer clues. And now it’s time again to check in and see how the Season 2 search for the singers’ identities is going.

        This week’s episode gave us performances by Tree, Flower, Rottweiler, Fox and Ladybug. And when it came to the final moments of the hour, the spotted chanteuse was out: Ladybug took off her antennae to reveal that she was really former Fashion Police co-host/The Osbournes star Kelly Osbourne. (Read a full recap of the episode here,
        See full article at TVLine.com »

        The TVLine-Up: What's Returning, New and Leaving the Week of Nov. 17

        This weekly feature is in addition to TVLine’s daily What to Watch listings.

        With nearly 500 scripted shows now airing across broadcast, cable, streaming and whatever “Dove Channel” is, it’s easy to forget that a favorite comedy is returning, or that the new “prestige drama” you anticipated is about to debut. So consider this our reminder to set your DVR, order a Season Pass, pop a fresh Memorex into the Vcr… however it is you roll.

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        Batwoman: Meagan Tandy Mulls Sophie's Sexuality ('She Isn't Living Her Truth'), Teases Flashback Twists

        “Thank you… Kate.” With those three words, The CW’s Batwoman (airing Sundays at 8/7c) added Sophie Moore to the very short list of people who know the true identity of Gotham’s new vigilante. But will Sophie rush to share the intel with Crows boss (and Kate’s father) Jacob Kane? Will she sit on it a bit? Or is there a third possible option?

        TVLine spoke with Meagan Tandy about Sophie’s choice, how new flashbacks will shed new light on the break-up that broke Kate’s heart, and much more.

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        ‘The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ to Debut in 2020

        Bravo announced Saturday during its first annual BravoCon that a tenth “Real Housewives” series, “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City,” will debut in 2020.

        Bravo host and “Real Housewives” executive producer Andy Cohen made the announcement during a panel titled “Ask Andy” at the NYC convention.

        “We’ve always tried to choose a city that has completely unique personalities and we also try to throw a little curveball now and then. Pick somewhere you weren’t expecting,” Cohen said.

        “You didn’t see it coming but I have to tell you, in Utah, you have the majesty of the mountains,
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        Carol's Second Act: Two Writers Quit After Allegations Were Leveled Against Patricia Heaton's Ep Husband

        Two female writers quit the freshman CBS sitcom Carol’s Second Act after allegations were leveled against executive producer David Hunt, who is married to series star Patricia Heaton.

        According to The New York Times, writer Broti Gupta alleged that Hunt touched her inappropriately on two separate occasions. The first incident occurred at a cast and crew dinner in August, when Hunt allegedly hugged Gupta twice from the side, then complimented her pants and ran his hand up the side of her thigh. Later that night, Gupta discussed the incident with her boyfriend, fellow TV scribe Greg Gallant, and actress Dylan Gelula,
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        Ratings: Hawaii Five-0 and SmackDown Top Friday, Charmed Rebounds

        CBS’ Hawaii Five-0 this Friday drew 7.3 million total viewers and a 0.7 demo rating, holding steady in the demo week-to-week to tie Fox’s Friday Night SmackDown for the nightly win.

        Continuing the Eye’s night, Magnum P.I. (6.6 mil/0.6) and Blue Bloods (7.5 mil/0.6) were also steady in the demo, with the latter copping Friday’s largest audience.

        More from TVLineHawaii Five-0/Magnum P.I. Two-Part Crossover Officially Set for JanuaryCBS Midseason Dates: MacGyver Bumps MagnumThe Rookie Video: Alan Tudyk Teaches Nolan How to 'Wash' a Crime Scene

        Fox’s aforementioned Friday Night SmackDown this week delivered 2.35 million total viewers and a 0.7 rating,
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        Performer of the Week: Romany Malco

        Performer of the Week: Romany Malco
        The Performer | Romany Malco

        The Show | A Million Little Things

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        The Episode | “Goodnight” (Nov. 14, 2019)

        The Performance | Rome Howard has had a tough year. Consequently, Malco has had a great one — especially in terms of how he’s so carefully and powerfully mined his character’s journey with depression.

        This week’s episode threw another boulder in Rome’s path: the death of his mother, with whom he was very close. Malco made his character’s grief believable,
        See full article at TVLine.com »

        Sterling K. Brown on His Oscar Buzz for ‘Waves’: ‘Kind of Surreal’

        Sterling K. Brown on His Oscar Buzz for ‘Waves’: ‘Kind of Surreal’
        Sterling K. Brown can’t quite comprehend the awards attention he’s receiving for his work in the A24 drama “Waves.”

        “If the Academy sees fit to put me in a category with people who I absolutely adore, I will pee all over myself, dude” the Emmy winner says on the latest episode of “The Big Ticket.” “Like I will lose control of all bowels and it may get even worse than that.”

        Opening in theaters today, “Waves” first entered the Oscar conversation shortly after it premiered at Telluride in September. Written and directed by Trey Edward Shults (“It Comes at Night
        See full article at Variety - TV News »

        The Blacklist Got Unexpectedly Political With a Next-Level-Weird Male Pregnancy Plot

        Ok, The Blacklist is at the peak of its topical episode powers right now. After last week's magnificent riff on the horrors (/evil benefits) of deep fake technology, this episode went to a much darker place, one where the 1994 comedic film Junior and modern politics intertwine.

        That's right, folks.

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        Other Links From TVGuide.com The BlacklistJames SpaderLaila Robins
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        Batwoman's Meagan Tandy Talks Sophie's 'Conflicted' Feelings for Kate

        If you've been waiting for the powder keg that is Kate (Ruby Rose) and Sophie's (Meagan Tandy) relationship on Batwoman to finally explode, we highly suggest you tune in for this Sunday's episode, titled "Tell Me the Truth." Not only do we have a pretty hefty amount of relationship drama on tap ...

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        Other Links From TVGuide.com BatwomanRuby Rose Meagan Tandy
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        Fuller House Series Finale Photos: The Cast Says Goodbye as Shooting Wraps

        Ladies and gentlemen, the Tanners — along with the Fullers, Gibblers, Gladstones, Katsopoli, etc. — have left the building. Friday marked the last day of shooting for Netflix’s Fuller House, whose fifth and final season is expected to drop later this year. (The 18-episode season will reportedly debut in two parts, the second of which will arrive sometime in 2020.)

        The family comedy’s final episode is titled “Our Very Last Show, Again,” a nod to the series premiere of Fuller House (“Our Very First Show, Again”), which itself was referencing the first episode of Full House (“Our Very First Show”).

        More
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        TV News Roundup: 45th Annual Humanitas Nominees Announced

        In today’s TV news roundup, Humanitas has released the finalists for the 45th Annual Humanitas Prize, and YouTube announced a new beauty competition series hosted by James Charles.

        Castings

        Jason Kennedy has been named as the host of E!’s new series “In The Room.“ The “E! News” host will bring viewers inside celebrity homes for in-depth interviews and conversation around their latest projects, products, passions and more. Several primetime specials of the series will be aired before its full launch. Four-time Super Bowl Mvp Tom Brady will be featured in the first episode premiering, Dec. 4. Watch a preview
        See full article at Variety - TV News »

        That Hawaii Five-o and Magnum P.I. Crossover We Waited for Is Finally Happening

        In a two-part crossover that's been two years in the making, Hawaii Five-o and Magnum P.I. will combine forces for a couple of hours of island-magic and mastery, according to TVLine. The back to back installments are slated to air Friday, Jan. 3 on CBS.

        Showrunner Peter M. Lenkov, who previously

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        Other Links From TVGuide.com Hawaii Five - OMagnum P.I.
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        Hulu's Dollface: Grade the Premiere!

        Hulu's Dollface: Grade the Premiere!
        Kat Dennings is Dollface — but don’t you dare call her that in Hulu’s surreal new comedy series, which made its debut on Friday.

        In the first episode, Dennings’ Jules is at brunch with her boyfriend Jeremy (Connor Hines) when he unceremoniously breaks up with her after five years, bluntly stating, “I don’t love you anymore.” Jules is at a loss, especially since her life has completely revolved around her beau for half a decade. They’ve hung out together every day, and their plans are all related to his work, his family, etc. What is she to do now?
        See full article at TVLine.com »

        'Crisis on Infinite Earths': Harbinger Enlists the Legends of Tomorrow in New Teaser for Arrowverse Crossover

        'Crisis on Infinite Earths': Harbinger Enlists the Legends of Tomorrow in New Teaser for Arrowverse Crossover
        When you’re facing the destruction of all universes, it’s all hands on deck: In TVLine’s exclusive promo for the Arrowverse’s epic “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover, Lyla Michaels, aka Harbinger, calls upon the Legends of Tomorrow crew to join the fight.

        “Come with me. I need your help to avert a crisis that threatens the entire multiverse,” Harbinger tells Sara Lance and Ray Palmer while interrupting what looks like drinks at the bar. (Sorry, guys, but the wacky Legends fun times are over. Beebo’s not gonna avert this crisis.)

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        ‘The Mandalorian’ Review: Episode 2 Offers a Fun but Forgettable Filler Mission

        ‘The Mandalorian’ Review: Episode 2 Offers a Fun but Forgettable Filler Mission
        [Editor’s Note: The following review of “The Mandalorian” contains spoilers for the second episode, “Chapter 2: The Child.”]

        The Mandalorian” covered plenty of ground and raised a handful of questions in its pilot episode. Also: Baby Yoda. Baby Yoda is good. Baby Yoda is the true star of this show.

        The show’s second episode doesn’t lack for scenes focused on the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) bonding with his new little green friend, but outside those moments, there’s worryingly little in the show’s latest 30-odd minutes to help it stand out from its sci-fi adventure contemporaries. References to older aspects of “Star Wars” abound, but throwbacks to Wookiees and Sandcrawlers aren’t enough to mask stilted dialogue and a plot that mostly just impedes the larger narrative “The Mandalorian” seems to be building toward.

        After a brief, albeit satisfyingly intense, ambush by two rival bounty hunters, the Mandalorian treks back to his ship with Baby Yoda.
        See full article at Indiewire Television »
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