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亚博APP官网赞助意甲采用百度引擎6(Baidu 6)It’s been 14 years since the release of Borat, which was among the most acclaimed (91% on the Tomatometer) and highest-grossing movies of 2006, as well as an eventual Oscar nominee, and now we’re getting an unexpected sequel. Sacha Baron Cohen is back as the titular fake reporter from Kazakhstan in Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm, debuting this weekend exclusively on Amazon Prime.Is it very nice, as he would say? Initial reviews indicate that yes, the follow-up mostly lives up to the original in its shock and hilarity while actually surprising viewers with its tenderness and especially a scene-stealing newcomer who plays Borat’s daughter.Here’s what critics are saying about Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm:Does it live up to the original?Every bit as hysterically funny and shockingly outrageous as its predecessor.  Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportA laugh-out-loud-funny sequel that s every bit the equal of — and arguably something more than — its 2006 predecessor.  Peter Canavese, Groucho ReviewsA hilarious endeavor not far removed from the hijinks and antics of its predecessor.  Nate Adams, The Only CriticA parody on par with the original… Borat has lost none of his bite.  Peter Debruge, VarietyThe rare comedy follow-up to equal the hilarity, and outraged power, of its predecessor.  Nick Schager, The Daily BeastIt doesn’t have the full capacity to land like the original did, but it’s most definitely a worthy follow-up.  Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendIs Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm as good as the original? No. It’s certainly not. It isn’t really in the same league. But is that even really a fair question?  Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotFalls short of its imperfect but zeitgeist-grabbing 2006 predecessor in several ways.  John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by ©Amazon)Is it more of the same?Does Borat still say mai waif, and is it still funny? The answer, for the most part, is yes. Jon Dieringer, Screen SlateAll you want to do is see Borat cause chaos…. When he does so, it’s still pretty spectacular. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexThe film is entertaining, but that’s what you’d expect from Cohen. However, the film can’t escape from its lack of originality. Dewey Singleton, AwardsWatchBorat 2 is largely the same design, slightly tweaked for a modern age, but never as politically or socially relevant as you’d expect. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistHow is it different?It’s applied more purposefully and selectively this time around, with a partisan political bent absent from the original feature’s free-for-all offending. Charles Bramesco, Little White LiesMore than half of the film’s gotcha scenes feature him donning cartoonishly American disguises… Even with this hindrance, Borat’s central gimmick continues to work astoundingly well. Nick Schager, The Daily BeastWhat elevates moments of the sequel above the original movie is that there are sketches that prove to be endearing. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyThere is actual heart in this film… It adds a compelling tonal complexity to the piece that also enhances the themes without getting in the way of the comedy. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendUnlike the first movie, this outrageous sequel actually manages to show off the best [that humanity has to offer] as well. Charlie Ridgeley, ComicBook.com(Photo by ©Amazon)But is it different enough to convert new fans?Offensive, frequently shocking and often breathtaking… for Borat fans, that’ll be very nice. For anyone else, you need to stay as far away as possible because it s not for you. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyThere are a couple of cringe-worthy moments, depending on how much of Cohen’s crude humor you’re willing to put up with. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireIs it funny?I haven’t laughed this hard at a film in years… [It] contains one of the funniest sequences ever committed to film. Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportIt s every bit as nerve-wracking as it is funny, and it happens to be one of the funniest films in years. Charlie Ridgeley, ComicBook.comThose on Cohen s wavelength will savor each of these 96 minutes, with a joke rate that blows even Airplane! out of the water. Peter Canavese, Groucho ReviewsThere’s no limit to how far Cohen will go, and while it’s funny, it’s also terrifying knowing that there are people out there who truly believe his character. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireHow is Maria Bakalova as Borat s daughter?Maria Bakalova is everything that the movie needs. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendMatching Cohen for each pound of flesh, Bakalova is a revelation. Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotBrilliant… She brings a freshness that is sometimes lacking from Borat s repeated catchphrases. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyOne of the most fearless performances in screen comedy history. Charles Bramesco, Little White LiesBaron Cohen’s film also contains a strong feminist message thanks to the introduction of the brilliant newcomer Marina Bakalova. Linda Marric, The Jewish Chronicle(Photo by ©Amazon)Are the unscripted segments satisfying?The film’s meat-and-potatoes candid camera stunts are more of a mixed bag. Jon Dieringer, Screen SlateScripted scenes together don t work quite as well as when they re pranking people. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyI found myself disappointed by the relative lack of Cohen’s unscripted brilliance. Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotThe dispiriting truth is that Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm’s staged pranks can’t compete with our awful reality. Josh Larsen, LarsenOnFilmIt’s important to acknowledge that in an era of deep fakes, it’s not always clear what Baron Cohen got away with and what has been shaped in the editing room. Peter Debruge, VarietyWhat can you tell us about the ending?The ending of the film is jaw-dropping. I’m not exaggerating when I say this. My mouth was absolutely agape… It’s a third act you’ve got to see to believe. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexNothing can prepare you for what they’ve delivered, particularly a riotous third act that genuinely left me in hysterics. Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportWatching it, your brain turns into an exclamation point. Sonia Saraiya, Vanity FairThe film s climactic moment is like shooting fish in a barrel. Adam Graham, Detroit NewsFeels in bad taste, even by Borat s standards… It’s the sequel s big misstep and feels unnecessary. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyRyan FujitaniIs Borat even relevant any more?The George W. Bush era needed a Borat, and the Trump years make him painfully redundant. John DeFore, Hollywood ReporterWe don’t need Cohen to show us the underbelly anymore; you only need YouTube or a family dinner nowadays. Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotBaron Cohen delivers a biting satire that says more about the state of America than practically anything else this year This is precisely the film we need right now. Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportIt does go far enough to try and prove that even those we see as too far gone can have a change of mind and heart… We really should ve listened to him the first time around. Charlie Ridgeley, ComicBook.comAmid all of the insanity of 2020, it’s incredible that Borat 2 actually got made – and we’re lucky we did because it is the movie we need right now. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend[It’s] exactly what we all need right now. Linda Marric, The Jewish ChronicleBorat: Subsequent Moviefilm will debut on Amazon Prime on October 26, 2020.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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1.16.3 3月喜迎(Photo by HBO, Marvel Studios)2019 is a big no, a huge year for a couple of pop culture s most beloved franchises. Over the past decade and change, the juggernaut Marvel Cinematic Universe has unleashed 21 blockbuster movies held together by a few common threads, and on April 26, one of those threads will come to a glorious, three-hour-long, action- and drama-filled conclusion in Avengers: Endgame. On the small screen, HBO struck Lannister gold when its adaptation of George R.R. Martin s popular A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy novel series, Game of Thrones, debuted in 2011 and became a global hit. On April 14, the much anticipated eighth and final season premieres it s been over a year and a half since season 7! and viewers are understandably eager to find out how the saga will end.Thankfully, those of us who have followed along with both journeys haven t been forced to choose between the two, barring any unforeseen circumstances, and most everyone who wants to see both Thanos and the Night King defeated should be able to do so. But what if you were forced to choose? What if you could only watch Avengers: Endgame or the final season of Game of Thrones? Which would you sacrifice, and which would you see? We had two RT staffers maker their case, and then you can vote below and make your case in the comments.I Choose Game of Thrones(Photo by HBO)The Marvel movies are great entertainment, and I have a blast every time I go to see one, but I just don t have the same kind of emotional investment in the Avengers that I do in the fates of Dany, Tyrion, Jon, and the Starks. Game of Thrones did such a spectacular job of taking each of them through their individual character arcs and then bringing them all back together again and, in the case of Daenerys, introducing her to the others that I just couldn t not find out what happens to them. Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, and the other big players in the MCU who are done or close to done playing their roles will absolutely be missed, and their characters have been fun to watch, but their stories aren t nearly as significantly intertwined as the characters stories in Game of Thrones are. Plus, we re talking about seven-plus hours of storytelling in Thrones final season; that s more than double the length of Endgame, which is admittedly a long movie that will likely feature some definitive moments for the franchise but that franchise will ultimately continue on. After season 8, Game of Thrones as we know it will be done, and no, the prequels do not count. At the end of the day, as sprawling as Game of Thrones has been at times, it s still a more complete, more focused story than the MCU as a whole has been, so I d be way more sad about missing the final season than I would be about missing Endgame.I Choose Avengers: Endgame(Photo by Marvel Studios)We ve never seen big-screen storytelling like we ve gotten with Marvel s literally game-changing Cinematic Universe. As a fan of the comics, it s been thrilling to see some of their marquee characters brought to life with such style and craft by some of Hollywood s brightest stars and best talents behind the camera. As a child, I never would have dreamed that a bunch of superheroes would rule the movies, but here we are, and the ride has been amazing. Robert Downey Jr., of course, turned out to be the perfect Tony Stark, and whatever else he does after this, he ll forever be remembered for that role, so it s unthinkable to me that I might miss his inevitable departure from the franchise. The same goes for Chris Evans Steve Rogers. Plus, I practically grew up with these characters, watching them on their individual journeys and cheering when they were allowed to share screen time. Marvel was also really smart about the way they seeded the Thanos storyline, beginning with his appearance in the first Avengers movie s mid-credits stinger remember that? and leading all the way up to Avengers: Infinity War. This is the battle I ve been waiting years to see, and I m not about to miss it, not only because it promises to be an epic one for the ages, but also because it will probably serve as the swan song for some of Hollywood s most beloved big-screen characters. Don t get me wrong; I love Game of Thrones too, but I ve invested over a decade of my life in these movies and these characters, and I am looking forward to Endgame like no other movie I can recall in recent memory.
Assassin s Creed Writer Michael Lesslie Will Serve as Showrunner for Second Battlestar Galactica Reboot(Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)Adama? Starbuck? Apollo? We don’t yet know which, if any, of those iconic characters will return, but now we do know who will lead the latest reboot of classic sci-fi adventure Battlestar Galactica for Peacock: The Little Drummer Girl showrunner Michael Lesslie.Lesslie, also a writer for video-game film adaptation Assassin’s Creed and Riz Ahmed’s Hamlet remake for Netflix, will create, write, and executive produce the once again re-imagined BSG, the second time the series that originated in 1978 on ABC has been rebooted. The first Battlestar Galactica remake aired on Sci-fi (now Syfy) 2004-09 and boasts a 95% series-level Tomatometer score.Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail’s Esmail Corp is producing the new series with NBCU’s Universal Content Productions as part of Esmail’s overall deal with UCP. Esmail will also serve as an executive producer on the series. (Deadline)Community Cast To Reunite in a Zoom Call for COVID-19 Relief(Photo by Chris Haston/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)Dan Harmon and the Community cast will reunite for a Zoom call to benefit COVID-19 relief efforts, Variety reports. The actors will do a table read and Q A on Monday, May 18, at 2 p.m. PT on Sony Pictures TV’s “Community” YouTube page.Donald Glover will join his costars for the first time since he left the show. Stars Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie, Jim Rash, and Ken Jeong will also participate in the read of “Cooperative Polygraphy,” the fourth episode of season 5, which first aired January 16, 2014 on NBC.Stranger Things, Chernobyl, Fleabag, and Watchmen Nominated for Peabody Awards(Photo by Netflix)The Peabody Awards Board of Jurors has announced the nominees for its annual awards to celebrate the best in broadcast and digital storytelling, and the 60 honorees for 2019 include 11 from PBS, seven from HBO, and five from Netflix.Among the high-profile nominees: Netflix sci-fi series Stranger Things and limited series When They See Us and Unbelievable; HBO’s Watchmen, Succession, and Chernobyl; and Amazon’s Good Omens and the final season (for now, anyway) of Fleabag. Dickinson (Apple), David Makes Man (OWN), Ramy (Hulu), and the documentaries Leaving Neverland (HBO), Surviving R. Kelly (Lifetime), and Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men (Showtime) are also among the contenders for the 30 winners that will be named later in the year.A complete list of nominees is available at the Peabody Awards website.New Trailers: Jordan Peele, J.J. Abrams, Michael K. Williams, and Jurnee Smollett-Bell Team for Horror/Thriller Lovecraft CountryHBO released a trailer for Lovecraft Country, season 1, a thriller-horror series based on Matt Ruff’s novel of the same name, from producers Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams, and starring Michael K. Williams, Courtney B. Vance, and Jurnee Smollett-Bell (HBO)More trailers:Space Force, season 1, starring Steve Carrell, John Malkovich, Lisa Kudrow, and Jane Lynch (Netflix)Snowpiercer, season 1, a sci-fi thriller based on the movie of the same name from Parasite director Bong Joon-ho and starring Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs (TNT)Stargirl, season 1, starring Brec Bassinger and Luke Wilson (The CW)I ll Be Gone in the Dark, a docuseries about The Golden State Killer, starring the late author Michelle McNamara, whose husband Patton Oswalt executive produces on the series (HBO)Trial by Media, season 1, a docuseries about tabloid-style media coverage of the criminal justice system, from producer George Clooney (Netflix)Call Your Mother, a documentary about comedians’ mothers, starring Louie Anderson, Awkwafina, Fortune Feimster, Jim Gaffigan, Jo Koy, Norm Macdonald, Tig Notaro, Kristen Schaal, and David Spade and airing on Mother’s Day at 10 p.m. ET (Comedy Central)Yellowstone, season 3, starring Kevin Costner and Josh Holloway (Paramount)Becoming, a documentary about Michelle Obama and her book tour (Netflix)NOS4A2, season 2, starring Ashleigh Cummings and Zachary Quinto (AMC)The Last Narc, a docuseries about the murder of DEA agent Kiki Camarena (Amazon)Hightown, season 1, a drama about a federal agent unexpectedly pulled into the heroin epidemic in Provincetown, starring Monica Raymund and James Badge Dale (Starz)Blackballed, a docuseries examining race via the expulsion of Donald Sterling as the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers after recordings of him making racist comments were made public (Quibi)Gary Busey: Pet Judge, season 1, a “reality” series in which the actor doles out justice for pets and pet owners (Amazon Prime)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Happy Holidays to Us All! Betty White Is Starring in a Lifetime Christmas Movie(Photo by Kelsey McNeal/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images)At last, a sign that maybe everything really is going to be OK: The national treasure that is Emmy winner Betty White has signed on to star in a Lifetime Christmas movie. In the still-untitled TV flick, the 98-year-old legend “helps whip would-be Santas into shape, spreading the true meaning of Christmas and leading everyone to wonder: is she secretly Mrs. Claus?”Development News: Nicolas Cage Will Play Joe Exotic in a Scripted Series(Photo by JC Olivera/Getty Images)Nicolas Cage is set to play the Tiger King himself, Joe Exotic, in a scripted series based on a Texas Monthly article by writer Leif Reigstad. The eccentric Cage, who seems like a perfect actor to portray the eccentric character viewers got to know in Netflix’s huge hit, Tiger King, and Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer are among the EPs for the series, which is currently being shopped to networks. Dan Lagana, showrunner of the Emmy-nominated Netflix mockumentary American Vandal, will write the series, as well as serve as showrunner and EP. The Joe Exotic role will be the first regular TV role in the Oscar-winning actor’s career. (Variety)The Chris Pratt–Antoine Fuqua series adaptation of The Terminal List, a bestselling thriller by author and former Navy SEAL Jack Carr, has landed at Amazon. Pratt will star and executive produce and Fuqua will direct and executive produce the series, about James Reece, who returns home after his entire platoon of SEALs is ambushed during a mission. He soon learns there were dark forces working against him and his fellow SEALs, and those forces are now putting him and his loved ones in danger.Saturday Night Live will wrap up its 45th season with its third SNL at Home episode on May 9.Jean Smart will play a Las Vegas diva who forms an interesting mentorship with an entitled 25-year-old in a comedy series for HBO Max. Mike Schur (The Good Place) and Broad City writers Paul W. Downs, Lucia Aniello, and Jen Statsky created and will write the series, which Schur will executive produce.Jim Gaffigan has signed on to play former Toronto mayor Rob Ford in a limited series at AMC. The Office alum Ed Helms will be an executive producer on the dark comedy, which will recount the story of Ford’s controversial political career, which included getting caught on video smoking crack during his reelection campaign. Ford died in 2016 after a battle with cancer. (Variety)(Photo by Sony Pictures Television)NBC’s The Blacklist crew came up with a clever way to finish their season finale when production was shut down halfway through the episode: they made the rest of it a graphic novel-style animation. In the May 15 finale, “The Kazanjian Brothers,” season 7 comes to a close with a mix of live-action and animation – with fresh dialogue recorded by the series cast – as The Task Force investigates an accountant who works for lucrative criminals in order to find the violent and thuggish brothers hired for his protection.Joe Russo will write a sequel to Netflix’s hot Chris Hemsworth action movie Extraction. Russo write the first movie, which has been viewed by nearly 90 million households, according to Hemsworth, since it was released on April 24. (THR)Sopranos creator David Chase created dialogue with the show’s characters revealing what they would be doing in quarantine, Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa shared during their Talking Sopranos rewatch podcast episode for “Pax Soprana.” Best part: whatever you believe happened in that series finale, Tony Soprano is alive in this version of Chase’s world.Bob Odenkirk, David Cross, and the Mr. Show gang, including Paul F. Tompkins, Brian Posehn, and Scott Aukerman, will reunite – virtually, of course – for a May 13 event called “The Mr. Show Kids With Beardz’ Presents: Come Join Our Zoomtacular Annual Business Call.” The event will benefit the LIFT nonprofit to combat poverty, and tickets can be purchased here.Barack and Michelle Obama will be the headline speakers for Class of 2020, a YouTube special event that will serve as a stand-in commencement ceremony for the 2020 graduates who are missing out on the real thing because of the pandemic. Lady Gaga, BTS, former Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates, and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will also deliver speeches for the grads during the event, which debuts on YouTube on June 6.FX has greenlit a half-hour anthology series from The Office star B.J. Novak. The untitled series will have a different cast for each episode, and will “will use the boldest issues of our time as a jumping-off point to tell singular, character-driven stories about the world we live in today,” according to THR. The casts for the first two episodes includes Jon Bernthal, Beau Bridges, Lucas Hedges, Kaitlyn Dever, O Shea Jackson Jr., George Wallace, Ed Asner, and Amy Landecker.That National Geographic Channel series adaptation of Tom Wolfe’s bestseller The Right Stuff that was set to debut in the fall is moving to Disney+ instead. Patrick J. Adams, Jake McDorman, Aaron Staton, James Lafferty, and Danny Strong star in the series, which unfolds the true story of the Mercury 7 astronauts and the history of the NASA program.(Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)The quarantine has sparked a TV show for pop star and actress Selena Gomez, who will star in a cooking series for streaming service HBO Max, which debuts May 27. In each of the 10 episodes, Gomez, who will also act as executive producer for the show, will be joined remotely by a different chef, who will help her prepare a new kind of cuisine, complete with cooking and equipment tips, and spotlighting food-related charities.In what turned out to be a busy week for HBO Max, the streamer also picked up the Sundance award-winning movie Charm City Kings, about a teen (Jahi Di’Allo Winston) who joins a flashy dirt bike crew, and is tempted by its money and violence-filled lifestyle. Rapper Meek Mill also stars in the movie, which was inspired by the 2013 Certified Fresh documentary 12 O’Clock Boys.Ricky Gervais has signed a multi-year, eight-figure deal with Netflix to create new series and comedy specials. A third-season renewal of his dramedy series After Life is part of the deal. (THR)The Morning Show and Bates Motel creator Kerry Ehrin has signed a multi-year deal extension with Apple to develop additional TV projects exclusively for Apple TV+. (Deadline)Dickinson creator Alena Smith also signed a new multi-year deal, hers with Apple, to create new programming for Apple TV+.ABC is relaunching The Wonderful World of Disney, in which it airs movies from the Disney film library, on May 20. First up: the animated 2016 Oscar nominee Moana, starring Dwayne Johnson, followed by Thor: The Dark World (May 27), Up on June 3, and Big Hero 6 on June 10.Disney+ has greenlit an eight-episode adaptation of R.L. Stine’s horror-comedy graphic novel Just Beyond. The series is created by Seth Grahame-Smith, who wrote the script for Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows movie, and wrote the bestselling books Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter.
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(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)Even superheros who battle impossibly powerful villains on a regular basis need to slow down every now and then, especially around the December holidays. That s why, beginning with Wonder Woman in the mid-1970s, superhero shows on television have a longstanding of tradition of celebrating the season with Christmas episodes.We ve compiled a list of our five favorite superhero Christmas episodes. These installments can revolve around Yuletide cheer, or simply provide a festive backdrop for general superhero action. We happen to think they are the best overall, but opinions can and will diverge. For instance: you may notice all but one of the episodes we love are from shows based on DC Comics characters. As it happens, those superhero shows put more of an emphasis on Christmas with only the animated Guardians of the Galaxy series and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. representing the notion of a Marvel holiday season. Considering the trouble characters like Daredevil (Charlie Cox) and Dagger (Olivia Holt) get up to on their programs (Marvel s Daredevil and Marvel s Cloak Dagger, respectively), it is probably no accident they never stop to dress a Christmas tree.With that out of the way, here are our five picks for the best superhero Christmas episodes ever.5. Smallville 78% — “Lexmas”(Photo by Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection)Television shows often lean on one of three stories for their Christmas episode inspirations: O. Henry’s “The Gift of the Magi,” Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, and Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life. In Smallville’s fifth season, it chose to mix up the latter two and give Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum) the life he always wanted.After getting shot in the back, Lex awakens to find himself in a world where he gave up the Luthor ambitions — and wealth — for a happily ever after. Seven years later, he’s married to Lana Lang (Kristin Kreuk) and good friends with both Clark and Jonathan Kent (Tom Welling and John Schneider). He also has a son, with another child on the way. An image of his mother tells him this can all be his if he makes the right decision. Back in the real world, Lex’s father Lionel (John Glover) volunteers him for a dangerous operation to preserve his ability to walk. It s successful, but it ruptures the sanctity of Lex s dream state, leaving his Dream Lana dead after she gives birth to their daughter. Traumatized by watching another person he loves die, Lex devotes himself to the way of power.The episode, while also serving as a play on the Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons Superman story “For the Man who has Everything,” uses It’s A Wonderful Life and A Christmas Carol in the most twisted and wonderful way. The lights in Lex s Christmas future are omnipresent and just too bright, giving that dreamland a sickly sweetness despite Lex s fondest wish to be a man more like Clark. In the end, he learns the wrong lesson — or perhaps the right one if you are a Luthor — and awakens from his post-shooting trauma denying his desire to be a good man. It s a surprisingly dark Christmas story counterpointed by Clark s weird encounter with a drunken Santa (Kenneth Welsh) who believes the Christmas spirit has been lost. Lex would certainly agree with that sentiment.4. The Flash 89% – “The Man in the Yellow Suit”(Photo by Jack Rowand/The CW)The Flash made it a tradition to counter the Christmas season with dark developments in its ongoing plotlines, but the concept never worked as well as it did during the show s first-season Christmas episode. Dr. Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) spots her presumed-dead fiancee, Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell), wandering the streets. It is also the first anniversary of the accelerator explosion, which seemingly has Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) down in the dumps when Barry (Grant Gustin) races to the lab full of Christmas cheer.The most important aspect of the episode is, of course, Team Flash’s first confrontation with the Reverse-Flash. Lured into a trap by Wells and Cisco (Carlos Valdes), the titular Man in the Yellow Suit exudes a rare menace he will not have again until he kills Cisco in an alternate timeline. And while cornered, his dialogue proves him to be the most worthy of the Flash s speedster foes. Then there comes the moment when he escapes, kills the anti-Flash task force, and yet spares Eddie Thawne (Rick Cosnett), suggesting for a moment that Eddie may be under the mask.The sequence was genuinely thrilling the night it aired and continues to possess the kind of power and confidence the show often tries to reclaim, whether in big character reveals or Barry’s first confrontation with each season-long big bad. But none of the subsequent episodes contain a scene quite like the moment Wells reveals himself as the Reverse-Flash by offering the audience at home a terrifying “Merry Christmas” wish. The episode may not revolve around Christmas, but it uses the trappings of the season to give this key Flash character a proper introduction.3. The Tick  – “The Tick Loves Santa”(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp./Courtesy Everett Collection)High on the Christmas spirit, the Tick (Townsend Coleman) mistakes a lowly hood (Jim Cummings) for jolly old St. Nick. When our hero interferes with the cops’ pursuit, the bank robber ends up electrocuted on a neon sign — leaving Arthur (Rob Paulsen) to explain to the Tick that there is, in fact, no Santa. The hood later awakens with a new ability to make duplicates of himself, and continues his crime spree with a new gang of Santa Clones. They inevitably interrupt the superhero community’s night of Christmas caroling, but the Tick finds he cannot fight any of the rogue Santas. He is admonished for his continued belief in Santa and almost comes to doubt Kris Kringle s existence when Santa’s Little Secret Service appear at the Tick and Arthur s apartment to prepare them for Santa’s arrival. He attempts to convince the Tick that it is okay to hit the false Santas in this particular instance.Like many of The Tick’s best episodes in its animated run from 1994 to 1996, the madness inherent in Coleman’s voice keeps the story electric. Serving as contrast, though, are Cummings’ no-nonsense Multiple Santas and a pair of deadpan security guards who openly question their holiday malaise while The City becomes the Santa Clones’ toy box. And just when you think the story is going in a conventional direction with the Tick learning the sad truth of St. Nicholas, the real Santa appears to offer gifts and serve as a hilarious deus ex machina. It all culminates with the Tick’s improbable Christmas speech, with Arthur joining in the madness as both have visions of sugarplums dancing around their heads.2. DC's Legends of Tomorrow 89% – “Beebo the God of War”(Photo by Dean Buscher/The CW)Still smarting from their recent losses, the Legends find a new time anomaly to keep their minds of their grief. They arrive in 1000 A.D. Newfoundland, where Leif Erikson (Thor Knai) and his sister Freydis Eriksdottir (Katia Winter) have made landfall. In the original history, Leif s convention to Christanity led to his group going back to Greenland. But in the altered timeline, the Erik siblings remained and conquered all of what would become New Valhalla — all thanks to the new god Freydis discovered just before the Yuletide: Cuddle Me Beebo, the number one holiday gift in 1992.When Legends finally catch up to the anomaly, they discover the Beebo doll was in the possession of the younger Dr. Martin Stein (Graeme McComb), whose 2017 self recently died in their timeline. Once they free the younger Stein, they discover Christmas is no more. It has been replaced with Beebo Day, and their attempts to fix the timeline only make things worse.Coming off the “Crisis on Earth-X” crossover with Supergirl, The Flash, and Arrow, the team faced their most serious blow in the loss of Victor Garber’s Stein and the impending departure of Franz Drameh as Jefferson Jackson, the other half of Firestorm. Understanding this, Legends secured the brief return of original cast member Wentworth Miller (as the Earth-X Leonard Snart) and for the silliest episode of the series to that point. It proved to be a defining episode for the show, as it couched the the characters trauma in a patently ridiculous predicament, tried tricks like Sara s (Caity Lotz) multiple plans for getting Beebo back from Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough), and offered an early indication that Ava Sharpe (Jes Macallan) would be a permanent fixture.And then there s Beebo. The throwaway parody of hot Christmas toys like Teddy Ruxpin, Tickle Me Elmo, and Furby proved to strike a chord with fans — many of whom are still waiting for official Beebo merchandise.1. Justice League 95% – “Comfort and Joy”(Photo by Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection)After saving a planet of crab-like aliens from certain destruction, the League takes a holiday recess. John Stewart (Phil LaMarr) convinces Shayera Hol (Maria Canals) to enjoy the snow on a nearby winter planet, but she suggests a subsequent celebration. The Flash’s (Michael Rosenbaum) plans to deliver a rapping and farting toy called Rubber Ducky to a group of orphans gets waylayed by the Ultra-Humanite (Ian Buchanan). Superman (George Newbern) convinces J’onn (Carl Lumbly) to come home with him to the Kent farm, where he observes Christmas in Smallville.As the Flash says late in the episode, it’s “kinda cheesy,” but it is also Justice League’s most experimental episode. While the rest of the series was built around two-part tales of high stakes action, “Comfort and Joy” is a single episode with no central villain or conflict. Even Wally’s tussle with the Ultra-Humanite is more of a joke that leads to an emotional end.Instead, the entire episode revolves around the characters as they navigate the holiday. J’onn silently confronts his isolation even as he discovers the magic of sandwich cookies — an in-joke from the Justice League International comic book — while Clark turns into a kid again with his insistence that Santa wrapped his presents in lead-lined paper. John enjoys the snow, while Shayera figures out a completely different way of expressing a similar joy. Then there’s Flash’s Christmas spirit speech, which inspires the Ultra-Humanite to fix the Rubber Ducky toy he destroyed. It should be as cheesy as the aluminum Christmas tree he gives the criminal genius when he returns him to prison, but the situation is just so absurd that it works.Of course, the whole thing is aided by top-notch vocal talent, like Buchanan’s erudite take on the Ultra-Humanite and Lumbly’s definitive performance as J’onn J’onzz. His curious Martian song reminds you that this is still Justice League, even if it is taking a holiday pause. It is heartfelt and kind of corny, but its dedication to the characters makes for a magical 21 minutes of heroes at the holidays.
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Everything old is new again when The 100 returns to The CW with its sixth season on Tuesday.But that s one of star Lindsey Morgan s favorite aspects of the sci-fi series, she said when Rotten Tomatoes visited the set of the series back in November. We really concentrate on world building and building these new environments and then we blow them up, she said.Indeed, after crash-landing the titular group of 100 teens on a post-apocalyptic Earth in its first season, the show has specialized in upending its status quo each year. Its core team of teen miscreants-turned-explorers faced new difficult situations each season as they attempted to make life thrive on a radiation-soaked Earth. Season 5 sped forward six years as some retreated to a space station above Earth and others defended the last safe zone on the planet. But when that attempt failed, the survivors had only one choice left: find a new planet.Which, of course, they did. A planet a previous Earth ship set out for and, presumably, will support human life.(Photo by Sergei Bachlakov/The CW)Details on this brave new world are still deeply classified, but Bob Morley, who plays key survivor Bellamy, suggested fans can gather something about the new planet based on what happened at the end of last season. And while there is a sense that the show has been reborn, he noted the characters may also experience a sense of déjà vu as they explore the new world. This planet is completely different from the Earth we knew, said Marie Avgeropoulos, who plays Bellamy s sister, Octavia. There are a lot of sci-fi elements to this planet. It makes it really challenging to survive. Instead of various rival clans as seen on Earth, she said the survivors will encounter one set of new people immersed in the new sci-fi trappings. The planet’s gonna be nuts, said Richard Harmon, who plays ne er-do-well Murphy. It will suspiciously look like Vancouver, but they did a great job giving the planet a cool look this season. The new status quo sees the survivors reunited on the same side after years of personal and political conflicts. As Morley noted, Bellamy and Clarke (Eliza Taylor) will have to deal with being leaders of the same group once again despite all the time they were on opposite sides of warring factions. They have to take up that mantra from Monty: Do better,' he said.In the season 5 finale, Monty (Christopher Larkin) stayed awake aboard the Eligius IV while the others went into cryosleep hoping to wait out the decade required for Shadow Valley to become habitable again. Unfortunately, when that decade passed, Monty and fellow survivor Harper (Chelsey Reist) saw little change to the radiation levels around the planet and he began decoding the mission files of the Eligius III, a ship sent out to find a hospitable and oil-rich planet out in the galaxy. The two lived long lives together, even having a son. After Harper s death, Monty chose to remain awake until he could find the route the Eligius III took, eventually dying of old age and hoping his friends would be better people when they settled the world he found for them.(Photo by Diyah Pera/The CW) Everyone takes Monty’s dying wish differently, Morgan explained. It has a resounding impact on us all. He was very much the core of the family and for him to sacrifice his life was such a gift. In the case of Morgan s Raven, it leads her to take a more active role in their coming exploration of the new world. A crisis is on hand in this new set of circumstances, she said. Being the brains of the operation and figuring out the intel, she has to figure out how to assess the planet and how to survive. Presumably, this means she will be one of the first to wake up from cyrosleep, but the cast was oddly mum about who wakes up first. Instead, Morgan joked, there’s been peace because we’ve all been asleep. While Harmon noted that the group is as cohesive as a unit as we ve ever been at the start of the season, old wounds will quickly open up as the various characters awaken. For Raven and Murphy, that means injuries sustained across the fifth season have not healed after 125 years. In fact, Harmon said Murphy’s injury allows him to relate to Raven a little better — at least when he first wakes up. But for Octavia, it means her actions as Red Queen will haunt her. She spends a lot of the time this season dealing with her interior demons and the group has a lot of ill-feelings toward her, Avgeropoulos said. She feels isolated. Additionally, the relationship between Octavia and her brother will be interesting considering as Octavia threw Bellamy in the Pit, which is going to take a little bit of time to overcome. There’s an interesting thing that happens between them this season that’ll shock the viewers, she said. I’m really excited for everybody to see it. Added Morley,  It will take some time for them to be able to address the situation, and a lot of their own healing before they can speak about it or it’s amicable or for it to grow into a more healthy relationship. (Photo by Diyah Pera/The CW)That fractious sibling relationship may also put some pressure on Bellamy s relationship with Echo (Tasya Teles). On that front, Morley said Bellamy and Echo are still very much in love, but evaded elaborating on it to point out the show will finally spend some time filling in certain gaps in her backstory. I’m super excited about that, Teles said. It s one of the things I ve been hoping for and asking for the last couple of years. I had ruminated on her backstory and the opportunity to share that for the first time is really exciting. She suggested Echo s past was not roses and picnics, but her unique trauma may lead to something she can contribute to the group as they face the new world. At the same time, she said Echo is still learning to adapt to her new surroundings and trying out a new way of life.But when asked about Echo s relationship with Bellamy — and the fact he has to deal with Clarke in close quarters again — Teles said, rather enigmatically, She understands loyalty better than anyone else, she understands certain relationships are sacred. So there’s a lot of support within them all. She added that Echo also feels a certain indebtedness to Clarke.And when Morley was asked if there was a chance for Bellarke shippers to be pleased this year, he joked there is “as much of a chance as all those other years.”Among their other duties in exploring the new planet, the pair are tasked with looking after Monty and Harper s son, Jordan (Shannon Kook). Though an adult, there is something childlike about him.As Morley put it, Jordan is such an interesting character. He spent his whole life on a spaceship with his parents. Spending 26 years with only his parents to talk to would drive anyone a bit insane, but Kook is a great addition to the cast and Jordan is a new type of quirky character the show hasn t seen before.For his part, Kook said, It’s befuddling for the heroes to encounter this idealistic and optimistic personality who reminds them of their old friend. (Photo by Sergei Bachlakov/The CW)Unlike their childhoods on the Ark and their adulthoods-by-fire on Earth, Jordan was raised in the harmony of his parents even as he trained to join the others on their exploration of the new planet. There are some parallels between him and Octavia [who also grew up separate from the others], but the difference in that is that he wasn’t growing up in a time of tension. Unlike the fear Octavia knew, Jordan has always enjoyed peace. It means planetfall will be quite a jolt to his system. But Jordan, not unlike the original 100 when they first arrived on Earth, will approach this new world as a series of firsts. As Kook put it, Jordan notes the moment he breathes fresh air for the first time and sees a woman who isn t his mother. He also faces the challenge of working with the people he idolized growing up, challenging their jaded worldviews, and feeling an obligation to protect his new family. It s a tall order for a young lad who s never met anyone before, the actor said.Nonetheless, Morley and Teles said Bellamy, Clarke, and Echo feel a certain protectiveness for Jordan immediately. And while that sense will be reciprocated, Kook admitted Jordan has one fave among the group: Murphy. He throws your expectations,  Kook said.Added Harmon,  I was his favorite growing up, which is very valid. But be careful what you wish for when it comes to meeting your legends. The 100 returns Tuesday, April 30 at 9 p.m. on The CW.
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When the nanny she hires turns out to be a man (Jake Epstein), Celeste surprisingly realizes she may have also found Christmas love for herself.Saturday, Dec. 7(Photo by Lifetime)Dreamworks Where s Waldo, Universal Kids, 10 a.m. — The TV network that playfully celebrates kids’ everyday adventures, will debut a holiday-themed season finale of DreamWorks Where’s Waldo? with guest star Chris Sullivan (This Is Us) as Santa Claus. Mistletoe Menorahs, Lifetime, 6 p.m. — When a determined toy company executive, Christy (Kelly Jakle), must learn about Hanukkah in a hurry in order to land a big account, she enlists the help of her co-worker s friend Jonathan (Jake Epstein), who happens to also be in desperate need of turning his bachelor pad into a Christmas Wonderland to impress his girlfriend s father. After butting heads, they realize they need each other s holiday expertise and quickly appreciate one another s cultures and each other. As they spend more time together, they realize they have more in common and a holiday romance lights up.Matchmaker Christmas, Lifetime, 6 p.m. — As the Christmas party for a book publishing company approaches, editor Maggie volunteers to help her boss Amanda find a date. Matchmaking is a bit of a hobby for Maggie (Emily Rose), but she is thrown off her game when Jaxson (Corey Sevier), her old boyfriend from her college years, shows up at her work—as a newly signed, successful author. Maggie would love to deny she feels anything for him still, but Jaxson isn’t making it easy. 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Special guest Casey Webb weighs in to help determine the winner of the baker s dream prize package of top-of-the-line baking equipment worth over ,000.Time for You to Come Home for Christmas, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — When Katherine (Alison Sweeney) returns home after her husband passed, she meets a veteran (Lucas Bryant) who is on his own holiday journey. As Christmas nears, they learn of a bond that may be the miracle they need. Monday, Dec. 9A Family Reunion Christmas, Netflix — The McKellans are back to spread Christmas joy in this holiday special about the importance of family, forgiveness, and empathy.Beat Shazam (Holiday Episode), Fox, 9 p.m. — Seasonal classics mix with music s biggest hit songs, as teams of cousins, military DJs and a father-daughter duo compete in the all-new Santa Jamie special holiday episode.Tuesday, Dec. 10Ellen’s Greatest Night of Giveaways, NBC, 8 p.m. — Series airs over three nights from Dec. 10 through 12. Get ready to bring your tissues as unsuspecting people are given life-changing gifts from Ellen DeGeneres.The Conners, ABC, 8 p.m. — Smoking Penguins and Santa on Santa action  Bless This Mess, ABC, 8:30 p.m. — Goose Glazing Time Mixed-ish, ABC, 9 p.m. — Do They Know It s Christmas?  (Photo by ABC)Black-ish, ABC, 9:30 p.m. — Father Christmas  Ultimate Holiday Feast, FYI, 10 p.m. — Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson, food writer and chef Gail Simmons and comedian Max Silvestri come together and share their most favorite and delectable holiday traditions for the “Ultimate Holiday Feast.” From Gail demonstrating a modern take on her mother’s latke recipe to Marcus’ traditional Swedish holiday dish watch as they take viewers on a worldly food tour.  Wednesday, Dec. 11The Goldbergs, ABC, 8 p.m. — It s a Wonderful Life  Modern Family, ABC, 9 p.m. — The Last Christmas  Single Parents, ABC, 9:31 p.m. — Good Holidays to You  Thursday, Dec. 12Olaf s Frozen Adventure, ABC, 8 p.m. — Olaf (voice of Josh Gad) teams up with Sven on a merry mission. 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Hodges), she thinks she s found her shot at finally getting a record deal. But as the holidays approach, the fast-paced, high stakes music business threatens to change their sound and relationship especially when the label executives begin to see Spence as the real star.Fresh off the Boat, ABC, 8:30 p.m. — Jessica Town  DreamWorks Trolls Holiday, ABC, 8:30 p.m. — Now that the Bergens’ one holiday is gone — and the Trolls don’t have to worry about being eaten by their neighbors — Poppy, the eternally optimistic Troll queen, has made it her mission to bring a new day of celebration to Bergen Town.Saturday, Dec. 14A Christmas Winter Song, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — Clio (Ashanti), a Christmas shop owner, forms a special musical bond with Fred (Stan Shaw), a former jazz singer down on his luck. Having just lost her own father, Clio helps Fred reconnect with his own daughter and grandchildren, just in time for the town s annual Christmas concert. Holiday Date, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — When Brooke’s (Brittany Bristow) boyfriend, Ethan, breaks up with her just before the holidays, she agrees to go home with Joel (Matt Cohen), an actor who will pose as her boyfriend. She’s built up the ex-boyfriend to be the perfect guy and Mr. Christmas, but discovers Joel is Jewish and has never celebrated the holiday. What he lacks in experience he makes up for in enthusiasm and happily participates in yuletide festivities. When his secret is revealed, the family is eager to add Joel’s Hanukkah traditions into their holiday celebration, but soon become suspicious about his true identity.Christmas in Montana, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — Before the holidays, Sara (Kellie Martin) goes to Montana to help resistant Travis (Colin Ferguson) save his ranch. Can time on the ranch help restore her faith in Christmas in time for a miracle? Sunday, Dec. 15(Photo by 20th Century Fox)The Sound of Music, ABC, 7 p.m. — Celebrate the Oscar-winning classic with popular favorites Edelweiss, My Favorite Things, Climb Every Mountain, Do-Re-Mi, Sixteen Going on Seventeen, The Lonely Goatherd, and The Sound of Music. Snowbound for Christmas, UPtv, 7 p.m. — A marketing executive is invited by her charming and handsome boss to pitch a major project to prospective clients at a posh resort and the two get snowed in together before any of the other guests can arrive. Now, with the hotel to themselves, a fairy-tale snowscape outside and sparks flying inside, they find that being alone together is all the Christmas magic they need. Based on the best-selling Harlequin book Snowbound with the CEO.The Christmas Caroler Challenge, The CW, 8 p.m. — Hosted by Dean Cain and Laura McKenzie, the six-episode hour-long Christmas caroling competition series featuring 12 extraordinary Christmas carol groups, each with their own stylized brand of performance, in celebrating the great Christmas music we have all come to love. We’ll meet these groups from the most elaborate ultra-traditional virtuoso performances to those with the most unexpected twists on the classic Christmas carol. Each group will be judged by three celebrity judges.  Rediscovering Christmas, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — Mia (Jessica Lowndes) is a window dresser in a big city department store, living and breathing Christmas for months to get the store ready for the holidays. But now that the season is actually near, she s a little burned out on holly, sugarplums and Santas of all shapes and sizes. All she wants is a tropical beach getaway with her sister Sara. But, plans change when Sara begs for Mia s help putting on the annual Snowflake festival in their home town in Vermont. Just when she thought she was out Santa pulls her back in.A Cheerful Christmas, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Lauren (Erica Deutschman) and her best friend Colleen think they have landed their dream job – giving people the best and most magical Christmas ever as their personal ‘Christmas Coaches.’ This holiday season promises to be their biggest ever when they land a royal client, the Anderson family, who has moved from England. When Lauren meets James (Chad Connell), the eldest son, he wants nothing to do with planning Christmas as he’s busy negotiating a big acquisition for his father’s company. But Lauren won’t be thwarted in helping this royal family embrace the true spirit of Christmas. The more she prods James about their family holiday traditions the more he opens up. Sparks start to fly but she faces competition in the form of an old childhood friend and business colleague of James. Now Lauren must win his heart while giving the Andersons their best Christmas ever. Good Eats: The Return, Food Network, 8 p.m. — Alton Brown celebrates the season with back-to-back holiday-themed episodes of Good Eats. In an episode entitled Whole Latke Love, Alton delves into the history and technique of the classic Hanukkah dish which, believe it or not, was originally made with a famous Italian cheese. Alton then takes a deep dive into low-alcohol beverages with flavors that will knock you out, but the proof won t, in special episode Holiday Spirit(s) . Angel Falls, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — Book editor Hannah (Jen Lilley) must work with former rival Ryan to help a potential writer find her way. Angel Anthony reminds them about Christmas spirit and the value of community. A Very Merry Cavallari Holiday Special, E!, 10 p.m. — It’s Christmas-time in Nashville and Kristin and Jay find themselves with conflicting opinions on how to decorate their house for the holidays. This year, Kristin wants to throw the biggest holiday party that Uncommon James has seen, complete with a surprise musical guest, and recruits Brittany and Colby to execute it to perfection. Meanwhile, Jay has something up his sleeve as a holiday surprise to Kristin.Monday, Dec. 16Nick Cannon s Hit Viral Videos — Holidays 2019, Fox, 8 p.m. — You are invited to the holiday party of the year, as Nick Cannon and his special celebrity guests showcase the funniest and most unbelievable viral videos, from comical holiday mishaps to adorable pets to mischievous kids – and everything in between!Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown 2019, The CW, 9 p.m. — This holiday special will countdown the 12 best holiday commercials ever – one for each of the 12 days of Christmas.  In addition to the top 12, the special features other great commercials from both the U.S. and abroad, that capture the true spirit of the holiday season – from the heartfelt to the hilarious, from the outstanding to the ridiculous. Good Trouble holiday special, Freeform, 9 p.m. — The two-episode special will reunite the cast of The Fosters when the Adams-Foster clan comes to the Coterie for Christmas.Christmas With the Tabernacle Choir Featuring Kristin Chenoweth, PBS, 9 p.m. — The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square are joined by Kristin Chenoweth, Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer, for this beloved Christmas tradition featuring favorite holiday music, dancing and storytelling.(Photo by Trae Patton/NBC)Holidays with the Houghs, NBC, 10 p.m. — Derek Hough and Julianne Hough will perform in show-stopping musical and dance performances. The duo’s friendly sibling rivalry will be on full display as they compete in putting their own spin on holiday classics, share family holiday traditions and create new ones for seasons to come.A Very Brady Renovation: Holiday Edition, HGTV, 10 p.m. — The holiday extravaganza features Food Network s Ree Drummond, star of The Pioneer Woman, and Jasmine Roth, star of HGTV s Hidden Potential, as they team up with the Brady Bunch cast to whip up 70 s-inspired treats, including fondue-style potatoes, a gelatin fruit salad and santapes. They also create retro DIY decorations to adorn the home in festive Brady Bunch style.Tuesday, Dec. 17Dogs of the Year, The CW, 8 p.m. — This special is hosted by Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner from the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog in New York City. The special counts down the Top 10 dog stories of 2019, celebrating the dogs that go above and beyond, that leave their mark on society, and achieve the nearly impossible. Dogs that have climbed mountains, soothed burn victims, helped inspire an NHL team to a Stanley Cup, and have gone viral with their message of love. The Ornament of the World, PBS, 8 p.m. — Filmed in Cordoba, Granada, Seville and Toledo, this is the story of a remarkable 800-year period when Muslims, Christians and Jews in medieval Spain forged a common cultural identity that often transcended their religious differences. 2019: What E! Year!, E!, 10 p.m.— Co-hosted by Jason Kennedy and Erin Lim, E! is looking back at the fierce, fabulous and major fails that shook up Hollywood this year. From the wild fashion, to the biggest scandals and of course all the hottest couples!Wednesday, Dec. 18Masters of Illusion: Christmas Magic 2019, The CW, 9 p.m. — This special from Associated Television International and hosted by Dean Cain features some of today s hottest magicians.Live in Front of a Studio Audience: All in the Family and Good Times, ABC, Kerry Washington has joined the executive-producing team of Norman Lear, Jimmy Kimmel, Brent Miller, Will Ferrell, and Justin Theroux for a star-studded recreation of classic episodes of All in the Family and Good Times.A Very Born This Way Christmas, A E, 9 p.m. — The Born This Way holiday special will celebrate the spirit of the holidays as Elena, John, Megan, Rachel, Sean, Steven, Cristina and Angel and their families gather to spread cheer and reflect on their personal growth across the four seasons of the series.Thursday, Dec. 19A Christmas Carol, FX, 7:30 p.m. — An original take on Charles Dickens’s iconic ghost story by Steven Knight (Taboo, Peaky Blinders). Starring Guy Pearce as Ebenezer Scrooge, Stephen Graham as Jacob Marley, and Andy Serkis as The Ghost of Christmas Past, A Christmas Carol is a spine-tingling immersion into Scrooge’s dark night of the soul.Friday, Dec. 20The Christmas Temp, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — An out-of-work artist discovers a special Christmas temp agency that matches her with a handful of festive jobs, but falls into a creative rut while juggling holiday preparations and feelings for the agency s HR manager.Bellator and the USO Present: Salute the Troops, Paramount Network, 10 p.m. ET — For a second year, the USO and Bellator team up to honor the men and women who fight for our freedom and to bring entertainment and a piece of home to service members based in Hawaii during the holiday season. This Salute the Troops event will bring Bellator athletes and personalities to the military community and provide a live free event as a thank you for their sacrifices and dedication to our country, especially for those who are separated from family and home during the holidays. This unique show will be headlined by a heavyweight bout featuring the Bellator debuts of The Warmaster  Josh Barnett (35-8) and Ronny Markes (19-7).Saturday, Dec. 21Wizarding World Weekend, SYFY — From Dec. 21 to Dec. 22, all eight Harry Potter movies will air back-to-back on the network.Christmas Love Letter, Lifetime, 6 p.m. — When relationship advice columnist Amalie Hess (Ashley Newbrough) receives an unsigned love letter in a Christmas card, she returns to her hometown to solve the mystery of who sent it and maybe find true love. The Christmas Hotel, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — Erin (Tatyana Ali) grew up in the small town of Mt. Holly but always dreamt of living in a big city. Her first job – working the desk at the Mt. Holly Inn – started her on a path to New York where she now works at the prestigious Windsor Hotel. When her boss tells her she will receive a promotion if she can pull off a big project, she is thrilled – until she realizes the project is in her hometown. Erin returns home to discover that the locals don’t appreciate their precious Mt. Holly Inn being bought out by a big corporation. And heading up the charge? Erin’s ex-boyfriend Conner. But when several hotel staff members come down with the flu, Erin is forced to enlist Conner’s help with the hotel’s Christmas events. As they two re-establish their relationship, Erin has to figure out if what she really wants is a promotion or to be home again.It s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — When a New England Christmas decorating competition searches for the town with the most Christmas spirit, the Mayors of East and West Riverton go all out to get their towns to the top of the holiday heap. Christmas on my Mind, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — Lucy Lovett (Ashley Greene) wakes up holding a wedding dress, assuming she s about to marry the love her life Zach Callahan (Andrew Walker), only to discover they broke up two years ago, and her fiancé… isn t Zach. Ultimate Hanukkah Challenge, Food Network, 9 p.m. — Inspired by the Festival of Lights, four seasoned chefs must pull out all the stops as they craft deliciously innovative dishes for judges Duff Goldman and Sharone Hakman. Over the course of three rounds, the chefs must put their spin on holiday classics like crispy potato pancakes, succulent brisket, and fried jelly donuts. The last cook standing will win a vacation to the city of light, Paris, France, and the title of Ultimate Hanukkah Champion.Sunday, Dec. 22(Photo by Warner Home Video)I Want a Dog For Christmas, Charlie Brown, ABC, 7 p.m. — It s Christmas vacation and, as usual, ReRun s big sister is stressing him out, so he decides to turn to his best friend, Snoopy, for amusement and holiday cheer. However, his faithful but unpredictable beagle companion has plans of his own, giving ReRun reason to ask Snoopy to invite his canine brother, Spike, for a visit.Christmas Wedding Runaway, UPtv, 7 p.m. — A runaway bride (Sarah Mitich) does some soul-searching when she’s trapped in a snowed-in cabin with her grandmother and an old flame at Christmas.Kids Say The Darndest Things, ABC, 8 p.m. — On a special holiday episode, Tiffany Haddish chats with the kids about their favorite holiday traditions. Later, Tiffany plays Santa s helper to find out who is on the Nice List, and celebrates an 8-year-old magician who proves that big tricks can come in small packages. A Date By Christmas Eve, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — When Chelsea Simms (Vanessa Lengies), the good-hearted brand strategist for the popular dating app The Nice List, discovers the app has granted her magical powers, she uses her newfound ability to make all of the naughty people in her life learn how to be good again. But when her plans go awry and Fisher (Evan Williams), the kindly neighbor who has always carried a torch for Chelsea, is magically added to the naughty list by mistake, Chelsea must race against time to set things right before Christmas Eve. Double Holiday, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Career-minded Rebecca’s (Carly Pope) plans for Hanukkah go askew when a promotion opportunity comes up at work. When the company CEO asks Rebecca and her insufferable office mate, Chris (Kristoffer Polaha) – also her main competitor for the promotion – to plan the company’s Christmas party, she realizes they must overcome their opposing styles in order to succeed. Forced to work together on the holiday party, Chris learns more about Rebecca and her family’s Hanukkah traditions, while she also begins to see him in a new light. Although feelings slowly develop between the two, the ongoing competition over the promotion threatens to undermine it all.A Home for the Holidays With Idina Menzel, CBS, 9 p.m. — Tony Award–winner Idina Menzel will introduce the stories about adoption from foster care as she hosts the special, now in its 21st year. She will also perform songs from her new album, Christmas: A Season of Love. Additional performances by top recording artists Adam Lambert, Ne-Yo, and Kelly Rowland will show their support for an audience made up of adoptive parents, social workers, and former foster children.A Family Christmas Gift, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — When Amber (Holly Robinson Peete) spends the holidays with her Aunt Dora (Patti LaBelle) and helps plan a fundraising Christmas Concert, it brings Amber closer to her aunt and a new love into her life. Monday, Dec. 2312 Days of Pol, Nat Geo Wild — Tune in for all-day marathons through January 4 of fan-favorite The Incredible Dr. Pol, with special episodes premiering nightly at 9/8c.Christmas at Belmont, PBS, 9 p.m. — Christmas at Belmont 2019 features Belmont University students along with Michael W. Smith, CeCe Winans and the Nashville Children’s Choir. Taped in Nashville’s Schermerhorn SymphonyCenter, the show includes classic holiday songs and festive tunes.Tuesday, Dec. 24 — Christmas EveLost In Space season 2, Netflix — There’s more danger — and adventure — ahead for the Robinson family. With the Jupiter 2 stranded on a mysterious ocean planet without their beloved Robot (Brian Steele), the Robinsons must work together, alongside the mischievous and manipulative Dr. Smith (Parker Posey) and the always charming Don West (Ignacio Serricchio), to make it back to the Resolute and reunite with the other colonists. But they quickly find all is not as it seems. A series of incredible new threats and unexpected discoveries emerge as they look for the key to finding Robot and safe passage to Alpha Centauri. They will stop at nothing to keep their family safe survival is a Robinson specialty after all.Harry Potter Christmas Marathon, USA — The magic continues as USA offers Harry Potter fans another run-through of the beloved franchise in its entirety.Baby in a Manger, UPtv, 7 p.m. — With the help of a handsome young police officer, a social worker searches for the mother of a baby she has found abandoned in a nativity scene at her church. Based on the best-selling Harlequin book “Child in a Manger.”A Christmas Story marathon, TBS, 8 p.m. — The 24-hour marathon relives the wintry exploits of youngster Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsley), who spends most of his time dodging a bully (Zack Ward) and dreaming of his ideal Christmas gift, a Red Ryder air rifle. A Nightmare on Elm Street Before Christmas Marathon, SYFY — One two, Freddy s coming for you! Get ready to celebrate the holiday Elm Street style. It s a Christmas miracle!Christmas Eve Mass, NBC, 11:30 p.m. — Viewers will be able to watch the Pope Francis-led mass from St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.RELATED: See TV Premiere Dates Calendar 2019 for Other TV and Streaming Premieres, Including the Series Premiere of The Witcher on Netflix, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 and  The Expanse Season 4 on Amazon, Marvel s Runaways Season 3 on Hulu, and MoreWednesday, Dec. 25 — Christmas Day(Photo by Courtesy of Burning Bright Productions)Lucy Worsley s 12 Days of Tudor Christmas, PBS, 8 p.m. — Join Lucy Worsley on a 12-day extravaganza as she discovers that much of what we enjoy in contemporary Christmas – from carols to turkey, gift-giving to mistletoe and mulled wine – has surprising Tudor origins, rooted in devotion and charity.When Calls the Heart Christmas, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Erin Krakow, Jack Wagner, Pascale Hutton, Kavan Smith and the rest come together for the holiday season in this special Christmas movie. Call the Midwife Holiday Special, PBS, 9 p.m. — Mother Mildred and the Nonnatus House team go to the Outer Hebrides in response to a nursing shortage. Navigating the terrain, they strive to keep up with the needs of the locals. New Year s Marathons and Specials(Photo by © United Features Syndicate / Courtesy: Everett Collection)Thursday, Dec. 26Happy New Year, Charlie Brown, ABC, 8 p.m — The 30th prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz first aired on January 1, 1986.Saturday, Dec. 28A Harry Potter Mini-Marathon, USA — Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban will air.Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, ESPN, 12 p.m. ET — The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will play the Clemson Tigers at AT T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.Playstation Fiesta Bowl, ESPN, 4 or 8 p.m. ET — The College Football Semifinal game will take place this year at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, ESPN, 4 or 8 p.m. ET — The College Football Semifinal game will take place this year at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.New Year, New Me, Hallmark, 8 p.m. — When a morning show producer (Aimee Teagarden) makes a New Year s resolution to say yes more, she crosses paths with a confirmed Yes man (Michael Rady) who just might hold the key to her biggest story and to her heart.Austin City Limits 6th Annual Hall of Fame Honors, PBS, 11 p.m. — Celebrate the 2019 Hall of Fame with host Robert Earl Keen as Shawn Colvin, Buddy Guy and Lyle Lovett are honored. Guest performers include Jackson Browne, Bruce Hornsby, Shemekia Copeland, Jimmie Vaughan, Sarah Jarosz and more.Monday, Dec. 30Pavarotti, Showtime, 8 p.m. — Featuring Luciano Pavarotti s iconic opera performances and never-before-seen footage, the film, directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ron Howard, is an intimate portrait of the most beloved opera singer of all time. Network subscribers will also be able to watch the film across all platforms including SHOWTIME ON DEMAND®, SHOWTIME ANYTIME® and the SHOWTIME stand-alone streaming service. Pavarotti will also air on Saturday, January 4 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.Capital One Orange Bowl, ESPN, 8 p.m. ET — The Orange Bowl will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens and was moved up from its original January 10, 2020 date to help close out 2019.Tuesday, Dec. 31 — New Year s EveThe Twilight Zone Marathon, SYFY — Get ready to enter a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. Continuing the holiday tradition, back-to-back episodes of Rod Serling s classic anthology series will air through to New Year s Day.Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2020, ABC, 8 p.m. — Pretty Little Liars alum Lucy Hale will join Ryan Seacrest as co-host of the New Year s festivities in Time Square. Tony, GRAMMY and Emmy-winner Billy Porter (Pose) will be leading the shindig in New Orleans.A Toast to 2019! NBC, 8 p.m. — The highlights and newsmakers of 2019 are brought to the fore in this year-end review.Live From Lincoln Center New York Philharmonic New Year s Eve 2019: Sondheim Celebration,  PBS, 8 p.m. — Ring in the New Year with the New York Philharmonic and guest vocalist Katrina Lenk (“The Band’s Visit”) celebrating the orchestral music of Stephen Sondheim by performing suites from “Sunday in the Park,” “Into the Woods,” “Sweeney Todd” and more.NBC New Year’s Eve Special, NBC 10-11 p.m. (Part 1) and 11:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. (Part 2) — Live from Times Square in the heart of New York, the most famous live New Year’s Eve party in America will be a spectacular celebration to wrap up 2019 with show-stopping celebrity guests, unforgettable musical performances and, of course, the heart-pounding, iconic ball drop.Wednesday, Jan. 1 — New Year s DayMessiah, Netflix — When CIA officer Eva Geller (Michelle Monaghan) uncovers information about a man (Mehdi Dehbi) gaining international attention through acts of public disruption, she begins an investigation into his origins. As he continues to cultivate followers who allege he s performing miracles, the global media become increasingly beguiled by this charismatic figure. Geller must race to unravel the mystery of whether he really is a divine entity or a deceptive con artist capable of dismantling the world’s geopolitical order. As the story unfolds, multiple perspectives are interwoven including that of an Israeli intelligence officer (Tomer Sisley), a Texas preacher (John Ortiz) and his daughter (Stefania LaVie Owen), a Palestinian refugee (Sayyid El Alami) and the journalist (Jane Adams) who covers the story. The series also stars Melinda Page Hamilton, Wil Traval, Fares Landoulsi, Dermot Mulroney and Beau Bridges.A Very Brady Renovation Marathon, HGTV, 7 a.m. — HGTV will kick-off New Year’s Day with a refreshed version of the bingeworthy, nostalgia-filled hit series A Very Brady Renovation. Hosted by Brady Bunch superfans Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner from ET, the updated episodes will include newly added memories, reflections and behind-the-scenes secrets from Barry Williams (Greg), Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Eve Plumb (Jan), Mike Lookinland (Bobby) and Susan Olsen (Cindy).The Tournament of Roses Parade, ABC, NBC, KTLA and more, 8 a.m. — Rita Moreno, Gina Torres and Laurie Hernandez will serve as the Grand Marshals for the iconic Rose Parade, now in its 131st year.The 2020 Rose Bowl, ESPN, 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT — The 106th Rose Bowl game will air exclusively on ESPN.Doctor Who 92% Season 12, BBC America, 8 p.m. — The Thirteenth Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) returns with the launch of season 12 on Wednesday, January 1 at 8 p.m. ET/PT with friends Ryan (Tosin Cole), Yasmin (Mandip Gill) and Graham (Bradley Walsh). Subsequent episodes will air Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT beginning January 5 on BBC America. The season kicks off with a two-part episode entitled Spyfall. Dracula, BBC One — Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat are behind this new reimagining of Bram Stoker s classic vampire tale. Starring Claes Bang as Count Dracula, the mini-series is set to air over three consecutive nights beginning on New Year s Day. Netflix co-produced the project, so expect the gruesome episodes to hit the streamer in the near future.Allstate Sugar Bowl, 8:45 p.m. ET, ESPN — Closing out New Year s Day s football programming is the Allstate Sugar Bowl which will happen at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.Great Performances From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2020,” PBS, 9 p.m. — Celebrate 2020 with the Vienna Philharmonic at the Musikverein. Under the baton of guest conductor Andris Nelsons and featuring the Vienna City Ballet, the orchestra will play the waltzes of Strauss. PBS favorite Hugh Bonneville returns as host.Property Brothers: Forever Home, HGTV, 9 p.m. — Amy and Kate fell in love with a vintage home in an urban neighborhood that is close to friends for their young twin boys. But, nine years later, some of the charm of their character-filled home has worn off. If they’re going to stay, Amy and Kate agree that the house needs a major update, but they can’t agree on exactly what needs to change. Real estate and renovation experts Jonathan and Drew Scott step in to overhaul the entry, living room, dining room and kitchen leaving them with a home they will both love for years to come.HGTV House Party, HGTV, 11 p.m. — There s nothing better than one last party on a school night and HGTV will deliver. Kevin and Nischelle will return at 11 p.m. ET/PT to host HGTV House Party, the can’t miss party of the year. In this special, fans will see Jesse Tyler Ferguson in a new sneak peek of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.  Additional HGTV stars and their upcoming 2020 series also will be showcased in this spectacular special that includes Christina Anstead (Christina on the Coast), Tarek El Moussa (Flipping 101 w/ Tarek El Moussa), David Bromstad (My Lottery Dream Home),  Ben and Erin Napier (Home Town), Grace Mitchell (One of a Kind), Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt (100 Day Dream Home) and twin sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, (Unsellable Houses). The best part: during the special, many of these stars give viewers a tour of favorite spaces in their own homes!

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ng of the West, the Indian-American War, that was a different mindset. And all these people have a certain amount of baggage that they bring.Woodson was the son of a slave, so his vulnerabilities are different than, say, Atticus [in Lovecraft Country]. Atticus came from Chicago, Atticus has always been a free man, and his journey up to that point was that of isolation, even within a majority group. And so he goes to war, he also has to find this video file, so he s an imaginative character. But in Korea, what you see in Korea, that climate was different, that conflict was different. Or coming out of the Vietnam War. So he has all that stuff bagged up too.The cheat sheet is they re people first. First, they re people and they have all their baggage, they have all their circumstances. And then they enter into the war. So how they fight is how they fight, but all that is dependent on where they came from. And it’s contemporary, because everybody has those things — everybody has a father, everybody grew up in some type of community. And that s when it s contemporary. You re just playing the moment without any context around it.(Photo by David Lee/Netflix)Speaking of fathers, your characters also have complicated parental relationships. The relationship between Paul and David in Da 5 Bloods (pictured) and Atticus looking for your missing father in Lovecraft Country are prime examples. As both a parent and a son, do you source from your personal experiences to shape these performances?Majors: Yes, and I continue to. It s right there. The best type of acting is when you don t have to act. You can just say someone else s lines with your experience in it. And so yes. I mean, with David in particular — my father being a military man, my personal relationship with him of mystery, chasing, wondering and some feelings of abandonment — all those things David shares. David shares those steps, and we’re alike in that way. And so I’m pulling directly from my life, and then you take that raw material and you got to say, OK, yes, but we re also in a Spike Lee joint, so let s shift this here, move this here. David s from New Orleans, I m from Texas — let s shift this here. But everything that s inside the character is coming from my personal experience. There are things that you have to pull from. I m not a teacher, I don’t teach Black studies like David did. That s homework. I ll just go get that, you know what I mean?And then when it comes with Atticus, the way he is — that s a different element. And one of the things I do often is to try to think of what s like the ideal situation to be with your father or with your child. And usually the play or the film is not going to give you that, right? And so that s what you re pushing for in the scene. With Montrose [Atticus’ father], Atticus is always trying to get some affection, some approval from him. That s the perfect world for Atticus; that s what he wants.And so I also look at my child and I see that that s what she wants from me. So I m 30 years old now, and I think I ve got my own s going on. I know what I want; I don t need anybody s approval. But the truth is you need your parent s approval at some point in your life. And when you re stuck in that relationship, and that s your primary relationship — father-son, child-parent — that is, to the Nth degree, important.(Photo by Elizabeth Morris/HBO)It seems like you gravitate towards visceral, male familial relationships in your roles as well, such David and Paul in Da 5 Bloods, Mont and Jimmie in The Last Black Man in San Francisco, and Atticus and George in Lovecraft Country. What draws you characters like this?Majors: I think, for me, I work from what I know and what I ve experienced. I grew up playing sports; I grew up in the South. For better or for worse it s a very masculine culture, it s a very gendered culture, unfortunately. But I am a son of that, I grew up there, that s where my people come from, and I m proud of that.And so in just living those relationships, the men in my life, I ve bumped up against them a lot, a whole lot. Whether it d be homies that you meet in detention or your classmates or your coaches Now, as a Black man, I do find that in cinema we don t get portrayed fully. Something that Delroy Lindo has been saying a lot is that it’s a corrective; Da 5 Bloods is a corrective to the American-Vietnam War conflict. And so I m not here to teach nothing, but I do want to enlighten folks. You can enlighten a group of people who aren t a part of that group, right? That gives them intelligence, where they say, Oh, OK. This group is not just this. As Mont says, We re not just one thing. And then you enlighten them and then you empower your own group, because you begin to expand the scope of that group s identity.And so I understand it deeply. As I said, I d grown up skinny, a theater nerd, played on the B team for a while, I finally made it to varsity. I understand the ins and outs of it. And I think [these relationships are] quite romantic. When I say romantic, I mean Roman in that way, that fraternal love that men have for each other without any pejorative ideas placed on it. Men are capable of great affection with each other. They re capable of great aggression towards each other. And I think when you show both of those, you enhance the entire human experience.(Photo by Stammtisch.604)Community is important now more than ever. You’re an alumni of Yale School of Drama along with Black actors such as Lupita Nyong’o, Brain Tyree Henry, Winston Duke, Yahya Abdul Mateen II, and many more. How have those relationships helped you navigate your career?Majors: Each actor is individual. And that community I mean, you kind of spread out of home. There s a phrase or a passage that says, A prophet that has no dignity in his hometown. You got to get the f out of school and you enter into the world. And so I found myself to be more akin and more on the shoulders of Courtney B. Vance, who plays George [in Lovecraft Country], or Angela Bassett, the work of August Wilson, the pedagogy of Lloyd Richards.I think the cool part about it is that we re all in the game now. And that s for the world to talk about, where the Black Yalie is, what an actor from Yale is. But I think we re all clearly individual, and have very different approaches to the work. Again, like the characters, we all come from different backgrounds, but there is a shared DNA as we all spent three years in New Haven. They’re all like siblings of mine. Like, you already checked to see what they re doing because you re doing your own thing.But it means a lot, though, because we all don t live together now. We actually have spread out. I m in Santa Fe, Yahya s wherever he is, being somewhere else, being someplace else. We re all over the world, all over the country. So [it’s a] long web. Because regardless of what your experience was at the school, et cetera, you re connected. So that community does happen. And the people looking up, it s like, Oh, wow. If I want to be an actor If I want to be a young Black actor, as I did, you look to see where the guys went. And so it s a privilege to continue the lineage of Courtney B. Vance and Angela Bassett, we can keep going. But it s a privilege.It is best that we stay separate in order to continue to build out our community. We have fun together, whatever party we get to go to, whatever reunion there is.(Photo by Lorey Sebastian /© Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures /Courtesy Everett Collection)Is there any role that you wanted but didn’t get?Majors: In drama school there s a play, Coriolanus, the Shakespeare play, and I was in the class to play Coriolanus, allegedly. And it didn t land on me, and it broke my heart because I was like, Oh, I got this, sure. I got this, sure. But my first year in the profession I got very, very, very close to playing a role in Detroit, Kathryn Bigelow’s film. And I had flown out — I was shooting When We Rise; it was my first show ever and I had flown down to LA. I was in San Francisco; I d flown down to LA, and I did a table read with Bigelow.I mean, I love the cast who s there, [but] it seemed as if I had the role It was me. I had to fly back — I was still in school at the time — I d fly back to New Haven to graduate. And the day before I graduated, I got a phone call from my agent saying, “We don t know what happened, but they re going to go in a different direction.”And I was completely just destroyed. I mean, it was great. It was Kathryn Bigelow, I was doing a TV show, it was like a huge feature. I then went off to do Hostiles [pictured above], which I don t regret at all. But, yeah, that was a kick in the gut.Lovecraft Country premieres on Sunday, August 16 at 9 p.m. on HBO

亚博APP官网赞助意甲 hose storms.And boy, did Gotham test him. From a green detective on a police force rife with corruption to commission of a city in need of some serious rebuilding, the show kept finding new ways to sweep Jim’s legs, shoot him in the shoulder, and encase him in darkness, like that time Lee buried him to make him take the Tetch Virus.But through it all, Jim always found his way back to his moral center. Sure, he made bad deals with people like Sofia Falcone and Oswald, but those decisions would prove to Jim that he could never take the convenient path. Consider just how few concession he gave during No Man’s Land: Even with resources dwindling and rival warlords chomping at the Green Zone, Jim managed to stay true to his ideals. He also managed not to kill Ed when he was revealed as the person who blew up Haven. Would Jim have had that strength without all the previous experiences, kidnappings, back-door deals, and Oswald s attempts to be his friend? It may not have all gone smoothly, but Jim managed to save the city from tearing itself apart without the Batman.In fact, he proved you can do a Batman show without Batman. Despite the Dark Knight being the hero Gotham deserves, Jim proved one mostly good cop can hold the line as well. It makes sense. He was the first supporting character creators Bill Finger and Bob Kane introduced into Batman’s world and has had the same 80 years to develop. But Gotham allowed him to take a journey as harrowing and as dark as any his future friend would embark upon, and he is now a richer character for it.Nonetheless, as the series finale airs tonight, let’s see what the Batman can do in his single Gotham appearance.The Gotham series finale airs Thursday, April 25 at 8pm. on Fox.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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