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    1. TV News

      Amy Schumer Documentary ‘Expecting Amy’ Ordered at HBO Max

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      Amy Schumer Documentary ‘Expecting Amy’ Ordered at HBO Max
      Amy Schumer’s journey through her pregnancy is coming to HBO Max.

      The streamer, set to launch in the spring of 2020, has ordered the documentary “Expecting Amy” (working title), which will provide a “unfiltered,” “behind-the-scenes” look at Schumer as she goes through a difficult pregnancy while touring and preparing for a stand-up special.

      ”Women are warriors, every one of us. And I hope sharing my story brings more awareness to the challenges of pregnancy and childbirth,” said Schumer.

      The doc will show everything from Schumer’s hospitalizations, to her going out in front of a crowd of thousands, to quiet moments at home with her family. According to HBO Max it will begin the day she found out she was pregnant, and take viewers through the birth of her child.

      Schumer performed and released her Netflix latest special “Growing” while pregnant back in March. During the special, she joked about her pregnancy,
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      NBC Passes on More ‘Bluff City Law': Jimmy Smits Drama Will End After Initial 10-Episode Run

      • The Wrap
      NBC Passes on More ‘Bluff City Law': Jimmy Smits Drama Will End After Initial 10-Episode Run
      Bluff City Law” will not get a full-season pickup from NBC and will wrap up after its initial 10-episode order.

      NBC had ordered an additional six scripts prior to the Jimmy Smits legal drama’s Sept. 23 debut, but those will not go into production, an individual with knowledge of the decision told TheWrap.

      The series has aired four episodes so far, and will continue to remain in its Monday at 10 p.m. timeslot. It’s last episode is scheduled to air Nov. 25, just before Thanksgiving. The show has not been canceled, and NBC is still keeping the drama’s Memphis-based sets intact, according to the Memphis Commercial Appeal, which first reported the end of production. The individual confirmed that no decision has been made on the show’s future.

      Also Read: Kal Penn's 'Sunnyside' to Continue Streaming on Hulu Despite NBC Pulling It From TV (Exclusive)

      Bluff City Law
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      Supernatural's Kevin Tran Deserved Better in His Season 15 Return

      Supernatural kicked off its final season last week with a thrilling premiere that saw unforgettable villains like the ghost of John Wayne Gacy and the Woman in White return. This week's episode, titled "Raising Hell," flipped the script and enlisted a few helping hands for Sam (Jared Padalecki) and

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      Other Links From TVGuide.com SupernaturalMisha CollinsJensen AcklesJared PadaleckiAlexander Calvert
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      From Apple to ‘South Park,’ Entertainment Companies Grapple With Profit Versus Ethics in China

      Apple TV+ shows are going to hit on a variety of topical themes, but don’t expect any of them to be critical of China. Apple’s upcoming streaming service made headlines late last week when BuzzFeed News reported that the company told some of its show developers to avoid angering the country, the latest news in a string of recent controversies regarding Western companies and their increasingly complicated relationships with China.

      Although major American entities such as Apple, the National Basketball Association, and Irvine-based video game developer Blizzard Entertainment have done business with China for years, stateside discontent regarding those relationships has increased in the last few weeks in the wake of the ongoing Hong Kong protests. It’s creating a dynamic where companies have to choose between their morals and their bottom line – and growth, more often than not, wins.

      Take the case of Apple. On one hand,
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      Watchmen Cheat Sheet: A Beginner's Guide to HBO's Superhero Drama

      Got five minutes? We’ll get you up to speed on the genre-tv universes you’ve always wanted to enter (but also kinda felt intimidated by). First up: HBO’s twisted superhero series Watchmen, which premieres Sunday at 9/8c.

      The Source Material | A 1986-87 DC Comics’ comic series of the same name, written by Alan Moore, drawn by Dave Gibbons and colored by John Higgins.

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      The Gist
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      Bidding War for ‘South Park’ U.S. Streaming Rights Could Hit $500 Million

      A bidding tussle for domestic streaming rights to Comedy Central’s long-running, irreverent animated series “South Park” may result in a deal as large as $500 million for cable parent Viacom and show creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

      Bloomberg first reported news of the impending deal, pointing to a closing date as soon as this weekend and a bidder pool that includes up to six companies. Sources familiar with the situation, however, say that the deal may not close quite that fast.

      Of those vying for the animated series, Netflix is no longer in the mix, according to a person familiar with the situation.
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      Grey's Anatomy Taps Shameless Alum Richard Flood as the 'New Karev'

      Grey's Anatomy Taps Shameless Alum Richard Flood as the 'New Karev'
      A Flood warning has gone into effect at Grey Sloan Memorial.

      Shameless vet Richard Flood (get it?) is joining Grey’s Anatomy in the recurring role of Dr. Cormac Hayes, the new head of Pediatric Surgery at Grey Sloan. Dr. Hayes is brought in to fill the void left by Justin Chambers’ Karev.

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      As fans of the venerable ABC medical drama know,
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      ‘Living With Yourself’ Review: Paul Rudd Excels in Netflix’s Softhearted Mid-Life Crisis Comedy

      ‘Living With Yourself’ Review: Paul Rudd Excels in Netflix’s Softhearted Mid-Life Crisis Comedy
      Living With Yourself” is the kind of show that sends the spoiler discourse into overdrive. Starring Paul Rudd twice over, I can’t even tell you why there are two characters played by the affable everyman turned “Ant-Man” without blowing the big, initial surprise of Netflix’s new original series. The premise itself is a spoiler, and when that happens, lines are drawn: You’re either irate that some writer has spoiled the show’s central twist before you could watch it, or you’re confused and disinterested by the vague plot descriptions in an empty, superlative-laced review.

      So I’m going to spoil it. Consider this your warning, but if you need a yay or nay on “Living With Yourself” before we get into specifics, here’s my brief, assured yay vote: Paul Rudd gets to embody every iteration of Paul Rudd, from the whiny baby-man we met in
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      AT&T’s Ad-Tech Unit Xandr Buys Clypd To Help Place TV Commercials More Precisely

      Xandr, the AT&T ad-technology unit, has purchased a new company that helps advertisers use data to place commercials in front of the audiences most likely to want to watch them

      The AT&T division said Friday it had acquired clypd, a company that helps advertisers move forward in a growing desire by Madison Avenue to run ads in front of smaller niches of consumers who are most interested in the product being promoted. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

      AT&T is counting on Xandr to develop data and technology that will draw more dollars from Madison Avenue
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      TVLine Items: High School Musical Renewed, Making It Premiere and More

      High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is graduating early: Disney+ has handed a Season 2 renewal to the show before it even makes its streaming debut on Tuesday, Nov. 12.

      Inspired by Disney Channel’s trio of Zac Efron/Vanessa Hudgens movies, the series follows a group of high school students who put on a performance of High School Musical as their fall production, only to realize that just as much drama happens offstage as onstage. Shot as a mockumentary, each episode will include one original song, as well as one new version of a song from the HSM franchise.

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      Riverdale Photos: Archie Puts on a Cape for a Super Halloween Episode

      It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s… Archie Andrews! (And he’s even more squeaky-clean than Superman.)

      We’ve got a sneak peek at Riverdale‘s first-ever Halloween episode (airing Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 8/7c on The CW), and Archie and his new pal Mad Dog — sorry, Munroe — are getting into the spooky spirit by dressing up as superheroes. (For all you Archie Comics nerds: Archie is dressed as Pureheart the Powerful, Archie’s superhero alter ego, and Munroe is dressed as The Shield, a patriotic superhero from the comics… who actually pre-dates Captain America!)

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      The Laundromat?Review: Meryl Streep is God-Level as Always in Soderbergh's Acidic Netflix Dramedy

      It takes three to make a trend so congratulations everyone, we did it. With The Laundromat, Steven Soderbergh's peppier follow-up to his February Netflix airball, High Flying Bird, we can now officially state that a very small sub-genre is underway. Following Adam McKay's The Big Short and Vice

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      Other Links From TVGuide.com Steven SoderberghMeryl StreepAntonio BanderasGary Oldman
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      ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ Renewed for Season 2 at Disney Plus

      ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ Renewed for Season 2 at Disney Plus
      It may not have even premiered yet, but Disney Plus has handed out a second season renewal for “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.”

      Inspired by the “High School Musical” movies, the series was created and is executive produced by Tim Federle, and stars Olivia Rodrigo, Joshua Bassett, Matt Cornett, Sofia Wylie, Larry Saperstein, Julia Lester, Dara Renee’, Frankie A. Rodriguez, Mark St. Cyr and Kate Reinders.

      The show is set at East High School, the setting and filming location of the original movies. It introduces members of the drama club and their faculty advisors as they work their
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      Hailee Steinfeld, Jane Krakowski on What Modern Women Can Learn From Emily Dickinson

      Hailee Steinfeld, Jane Krakowski on What Modern Women Can Learn From Emily Dickinson
      Emily Dickinson lived in the 1800s, but if you ask the team behind Apple TV Plus’ upcoming series, “Dickinson,” her story is more current than ever.

      Hailee Steinfeld stars in the the modern-day retelling of the poet’s young life. The actress — who makes her first full-time foray into television with the role and also serves as a first-time executive producer on the series — believes her young female fans can be inspired by Dickinson. In other words, Gen Z will be able to see themselves in a poet from 1850.

      “I hope that they don’t feel like they have to be okay with being unseen,
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      Living With Yourself Review: Netflix's Cloning Comedy Has Double the Paul Rudd

      Here's a cold, hard fact: You're not that great. In fact, there are many ways in which you can improve yourself. Don't get mad! This isn't a direct attack on you, it's a universal truth for everyone. Well, everyone except for maybe Paul Rudd, Hollywood's infallible sweetheart and the star of

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      Other Links From TVGuide.com Paul RuddLiving With Yourself
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      Sorry Lucifans, Tom Ellis Squashes Rumors He's in Crisis on Infinite Earths

      This year's Arrowverse's Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover has so many guest stars spanning so many different shows, it's getting pretty hard to keep track of who is and isn't involved. Maybe that's why rumors started circulating this week about Lucifer's Tom Ellis making an appearance in the

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      Other Links From TVGuide.com Tom EllisLuciferArrowThe FlashSupergirlBatwomanDC's Legends of Tomorrow
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      Matt's Inside Line: Prodigal Son Scoop, Plus Riverdale, Chicago Fire, Grey's, Batwoman, New Amsterdam and More

      Matt's Inside Line: Prodigal Son Scoop, Plus Riverdale, Chicago Fire, Grey's, Batwoman, New Amsterdam and More
      Is the Prodigal Son not a party animal? What bomb will drop on The Resident? Is Supernatural having its own “Crisis”? Is Batwoman baddie batty? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.

      I will take anything you have on my new favorite fall show, Prodigal Son. —Annie

      Upon receiving your query, Annie, showrunners Chris Fedak and Sam Sklaver relayed this to Inside Line: “In Monday’s episode, we’ll learn more about Dani’s past and Jessica’s charity work. We’ll also learn that Bright is not good on party drugs.”

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      Mackenzie Davis, Himesh Patel to Star in ‘Station Eleven’ Series at HBO Max

      Mackenzie Davis, Himesh Patel to Star in ‘Station Eleven’ Series at HBO Max
      Mackenzie Davis and Himesh Patel have been cast in the lead roles of HBO Max’s upcoming “Station Eleven” series adaptation.

      The show is based on the book of the same name by Emily St. John Mandel. Described as a postapocalyptic saga spanning multiple timelines, the series tells the stories of survivors of a devastating flu as they attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what’s been lost.

      Davis will play Kirsten, a survivor of the Georgia Flu pandemic and performer in a post-apocalyptic Shakespeare troupe. Patel will play Jeevan, an
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      How a Recurring Childhood Nightmare Inspired ‘Living With Yourself’

      How a Recurring Childhood Nightmare Inspired ‘Living With Yourself’
      Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Living With Yourself,” streaming now on Netflix.

      When writer and producer Timothy Greenberg was a child, he used to have a recurring nightmare. In it, he was sitting at his family’s kitchen table when the doorbell would ring and suddenly he would feel terrified, with his heart racing. His father would open the door, and there was another young Greenberg at the door. Something about that concept scared him then and stuck with him enough throughout the years that he revisited it in multiple story ideas, finally selling it as “Living With Yourself,
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      God Friended Me's Joy Must Confront Her Past in Emotional Sneak Peek

      God Friended Me's latest case hits close to home for new squad member Joy (Jessica Lu), who must confront her past in an unexpected way. Sunday's episode, titled "All Those Yesterdays," puts her squarely in the path of the daughter she gave up years ago after the God account sends her a request to

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      Other Links From TVGuide.com God Friended MeBrandon Micheal HallViolett BeaneJessica Lu
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