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‘All Rise’ Season 1, November 11, 2019 Episode 8 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

Hey, "All Rise" fans. Unfortunately, we had to jump on here tonight because we've just learned that CBS will, in fact, not be airing the next,new episode 8 of your favorite show tonight November 11, 2019. We're not sure why. All we know is that this delay will only be for this week. That means you guys can totally expect to see the new episode 8 hit the airwaves next Monday night, November 18,2019 at approximately 8 pm central standard time on CBS of course. So, be sure to mark down that very important date on your TV show calendars right now. So, what will CBS be airing instead of "All Rise" tonight? Well, according to the TV guide listings, CBS will actually be airing "All Rise," but it will be a repeat episode. The repeat episode they're airing is the 4th episode of this premiere season 1. That episode is labeled/titled, "A View From the Bus.
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Good Trouble: Freeform Sets Premiere Date for Holiday-Themed Fosters Reunion

Freeform has a treat for fans of The Fosters during the holiday period.

Good Trouble will reunite the cast of The Fosters when the Adams-Foster clan comes to the Coterie to spend Christmas with Callie and Mariana.

In hour one, titled "Nochebuena," The Fosters visit the Coterie for Christmas, and Callie struggles to tell her moms about quitting her clerkship, while Mariana agrees to volunteer for a holiday festival for the underprivileged.

Alice is hiding a secret from the Coterie, and Davia strolls down memory lane with Dennis, opening old wounds.

In hour two, "A Very Coterie Christmas," the Fosters and the Hunters help out with the impromptu volunteer Christmas event.

Related: Pll: The Perfectionists Canceled at Freeform

Stef agrees to be a part of Mariana's plan to avoid a major catastrophe, all while Gael and Jazmine deal with a painful family decision. Jamie is eager to ask Callie a very important question.
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Freeform Reveals 25 Days of Christmas Lineup, Fosters Reunion Premiere Date

Freeform is set to deck the halls with its annual 25 Days of Christmas programming extravaganza, which this year includes the highly anticipated reunion of The Fosters family.

As previously reported, Good Trouble‘s Callie and Mariana will be joined by moms Stef and Lena (Teri Polo and Sherri Saum), Jesus, Jude and Brandon (Noah Centineo, Hayden Byerly and David Lambert), as well as Brandon’s wife Eliza, her parents Jim (Robert Gant) and Diane (Susan Walters), and her brothers Jamie (Beau Mirchoff) and Carter (Spencer List). The two-hour holiday event is set to air on Monday, Dec. 16, at 9/8c. (For exclusive photos,
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Good Trouble Reunites Entire Fosters Family for Christmas Special — Photo

Good Trouble Reunites Entire Fosters Family for Christmas Special — Photo
Christmas is a time for family, so Good Trouble is very fittingly bringing together Callie and Mariana’s entire Fosters clan (and then some!) for its upcoming holiday special, TVLine has learned exclusively.

The two-hour event will feature the returns of Teri Polo and Sherri Saum (as moms Stef and Lena), plus David Lambert and Hayden Byerly (as siblings Brandon and Jude). And although Noah Centineo (Jesus) is not pictured in TVLine’s exclusive photo, rest assured that The Internet’s Boyfriend will be part of the festivities. While each family member already visited Callie and Mariana’s new digs
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Today in Soap Opera History (July 13)

1983: All My Children's Tad returned to Pine Valley.

1990: Days of our Lives' Hope "died" in an explosion.

1999: As the World Turns' Jack gave Carly a compass.

2009: The Young and the Restless' Phillip revealed he was gay."History speaks to artists. It changes the artist's thinking and is constantly reshaping it into different and unexpected images."

Anselm Kiefer

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1965: On Another World, Lee Randolph (Gaye Huston) wasn't happy when Dr. Lewis said she could go home at the end of the week.

1966: On The Guiding Light, Leslie Bauer (Lynne Adams) accused her husband, Ed (Robert Gentry), of becoming a "cold
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Hallmark: No More Whitewashed Christmas, But It Could Make the Yuletide Gayer

Hallmark’s famed Christmas movies have been known for revisiting the same stable of stars — which until recently, hasn’t left much room for faces that aren’t white. But this season, the brand has made an effort for diversity. It’s no longer a whitewashed Christmas on Hallmark, though it still has a way to go for a truly inclusive winter wonderland.

Previously, people of color were only relegated to supporting roles such as the sassy best friend or goofy co-worker. Though to be fair, Hallmark did occasionally cast biracial white-passing actresses like Jessica Szohr, Katrina Law, Alexa PenaVega, or new duchess Meghan Markle as the romantic lead. A few years ago, Hallmark even had a partnership with Mariah Carey, which resulted in her appearing in and directing “A Christmas Melody,” about putting on a school’s Christmas pageant.

But after that brief partnership ended, inclusion hadn’t really been prioritized until recently.
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Today in Soap Opera History (July 13)

1983: All My Children's Tad returned to Pine Valley.

1990: Days of our Lives' Hope "died" in an explosion.

1999: As the World Turns' Jack gave Carly a compass.

2009: The Young and the Restless' Phillip revealed he was gay."All true histories contain instruction; though, in some, the treasure may be hard to find, and when found, so trivial in quantity that the dry, shrivelled kernel scarcely compensates for the trouble of cracking the nut."

Anne Brontë in "Agnes Grey"

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1965: On Another World, Lee Randolph (Gaye Huston) wasn't happy when Dr. Lewis said she could go home at the end of the week.
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Queer as Folk: The Showtime Cast Reunites After 13 Years

Are you a fan of Queer as Folk? Recently, the cast reunited and spoke with Entertainment Weekly about the groundbreaking Showtime TV show.Based on the UK series of the same name, the drama follows the lives of a group of young gay men and women living in the Philadelphia area. The Showtime series ran for five seasons before ending in 2005 and starred Gale Harold, Randy Harrison, Hal Sparks, Scott Lowell, Peter Paige, Sharon Gless, Thea Gill, Michelle Clunie, Robert Gant, Jack Wetherall, and Sherry Miller.Read More…
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Fosters Finale Recap: Stef's New Job, a Breakup and More Night 1 Changes

Fosters Finale Recap: Stef's New Job, a Breakup and More Night 1 Changes
The first hour of The Fosters‘ three-night series finale event brought about many new beginnings — and some endings.

Monday’s episode picks up one year after the Season 5B finale, with Brandon and fiancée Eliza’s families gathering for dinner ahead of the couple’s Turks and Caicos nuptials. And if you were expecting a peaceful joining of two broods, well, what show have you been watching for the past five years? The evening is marked by at least one breakup, a boozy Foster child and an unpleasant pre-wedding surprise.

Let’s recap what’s changed for each member of
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Susan Walters Previews Her New Role on The Fosters (Exclusive)

The special three-part series finale of The Fosters will have some very special guest stars, including The Young & The Restless alum Susan Walters (ex-Diane)! The three episodes, airing from Monday, June 4, through Wednesday, June 6, take place one year after the end of the show’s fourth season finale, and follow the Adams-Foster family as they travel to Turks and Caicos for Brandon and Eliza’s wedding where they find themselves butting heads with their future in-laws, played by Walters and Queer As Folk’s Robert Gant. “She’s the mother of the bride for whom nobody is going to be enough for her daughter and no wedding is as good as the one that she would envision and want to put on,” Walters told Soaps In Depth of her character. “So yeah, it’s funny, but she’s kind of obnoxious. And what’s funny about it is that the Adams-Foster family is so unique.
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The Fosters Announces Series Finale Date, Adds Teen Wolf and Awkward Vets

The Fosters Announces Series Finale Date, Adds Teen Wolf and Awkward Vets
Still reeling from last night’s emotional The Fosters season finale? Well, the tearfest isn’t over yet: A three-night series finale event will air beginning Monday, June 4 at 8/7c and conclude with a supersized episode on Wednesday, June 6 at 8 pm, Freeform announced on Wednesday. (The Callie and Mariana-centric spinoff set in Los Angeles will launch at a later, Tba date.)

As hinted at in Tuesday’s finale — and revealed in the promo above — the upcoming farewell arc will center on Brandon’s destination wedding with fiancée Eliza (Wisdom of the Crowd‘s Abigail Cowen). Joining the festivities are guest stars Robert Gant (13 Reasons Why,
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Watch: Debbie Gibson Returns to TV in Summer of Dreams – and Debuts a New Song!

Watch: Debbie Gibson Returns to TV in Summer of Dreams – and Debuts a New Song!
From 1987 to 1990, Debbie Gibson was the teen pop princess. With 9 top 40 hits, 2 multiplatinum albums and constant video rotation on MTV, she was on top.

As the pop stardom inevitably cooled, Gibson found a home on Broadway. She made forays into reality TV and kept writing and recording music independently. She also worked with children in summer music camps.

Gibson drew on this experience to star in Summer of Dreams, a TV movie that will premiere on the Hallmark Channel on Aug. 27.

In the film, Gibson plays Debbie Taylor, a former pop star who moves to suburban Ohio to teach music
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Debbie Gibson Returns to TV in Summer of Dreams - and Debuts a New Song!

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Debbie Gibson Returns to TV in Summer of Dreams - and Debuts a New Song!
From 1987 to 1990, Debbie Gibson was the teen pop princess. With 9 top 40 hits, 2 multiplatinum albums and constant video rotation on MTV, she was on top. As the pop stardom inevitably cooled, Gibson found a home on Broadway. She made forays into reality TV and kept writing and recording music independently. She also worked with children in summer music camps. Gibson drew on this experience to star in Summer of Dreams, a TV movie that will premiere on the Hallmark Channel on Aug. 27. In the film, Gibson plays Debbie Taylor, a former pop star who moves to suburban Ohio to teach music
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"Supergirl: World's Finest" - New Footage

Take a look @ new promo footage from the upcoming "Supergirl" episode "World's Finest", starring Melissa Benoist, in a crossover with "The Flash" (Grant Gustin) and DC Comics' 'Silver Banshee', airing March 28, 2016 on CBS:

The CBS "Supergirl" TV series was developed by Ali Adler, Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, based on the DC Comics character 'Supergirl' aka 'Kara Zor-El', created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino.

The character is a costumed superheroine who is the biological cousin to 'Superman' and one of the last surviving 'Kryptonians'.

"...'Kara Zor-El' (Benoist) was sent to Earth from the doomed planet 'Krypton' as a 12-year-old by her parents 'Zor-El' (Robert Gant) and 'Alura Zor-El' (Laura Benanti). En route to Earth, Kara's spacecraft was diverted by a shock wave from Krypton's explosion and forced into the 'Phantom Zone', where it stayed for 24 years. By the time the spacecraft crash landed on Earth, 'Superman'
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"Supergirl: World's Finest" - Leaked Images

Take another look @ leaked set images from the upcoming "Supergirl" episode "World's Finest", starring Melissa Benoist, in a crossover with "The Flash" (Grant Gustin), featuring DC Comics' 'Silver Banshee', airing March 28, 2016 on CBS:

The CBS "Supergirl" TV series was developed by Ali Adler, Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, based on the DC Comics character 'Supergirl' aka 'Kara Zor-El', created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino.

The character is costumed superheroine who is the biological cousin to 'Superman' and one of the last surviving 'Kryptonians'.

"...'Kara Zor-El' (Benoist) was sent to Earth from the doomed planet 'Krypton' as a 12-year-old by her parents 'Zor-El' (Robert Gant) and 'Alura Zor-El' (Laura Benanti).

"En route to Earth, Kara's spacecraft was diverted by a shock wave from Krypton's explosion and forced into the 'Phantom Zone', where it stayed for 24 years. By the time the spacecraft crash landed on Earth, 'Superman' helped her out of the craft,
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"Supergirl: World's Finest" - Leaked Set Images

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Take a look @ newly leaked set images from the currently shooting "Supergirl" episode "World's Finest", starring Melissa Benoist, in a crossover with "The Flash" (Grant Gustin), featuring DC Comics' 'Silver Banshee', airing March 28, 2016 on CBS:

The CBS "Supergirl" TV series was developed by Ali Adler, Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, based on the DC Comics character 'Supergirl' aka 'Kara Zor-El', created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino.

The character is costumed superheroine who is the biological cousin to 'Superman' and one of the last surviving 'Kryptonians'.

"...'Kara Zor-El' (Benoist) was sent to Earth from the doomed planet 'Krypton' as a 12-year-old by her parents 'Zor-El' (Robert Gant) and 'Alura Zor-El' (Laura Benanti).

"En route to Earth, Kara's spacecraft was diverted by a shock wave from Krypton's explosion and forced into the 'Phantom Zone', where it stayed for 24 years. By the time the spacecraft crash landed on Earth,
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Detailed episode description for the Supergirl pilot

With exactly two months to go until its premire, CBS has released a detailed episode description for its Supergirl pilot, which you can read below…

See Also: Watch a new trailer for Supergirl

After 12 Years Of Keeping Her Powers A Secret On Earth, Kara Zor-el, Superman’S Cousin, Decides To Finally Embrace Her Superhuman Abilities And Be The Hero She Was Always Meant To Be, On The Series Premiere Of “Supergirl,” Monday, Oct. 26

Melissa Benoist, Calista Flockhart, Chyler Leigh, Mehcad Brooks, David Harewood and Jeremy Jordan Star

“Pilot” – After 12 years of keeping her powers a secret on Earth, Kara Zor-El, Superman’s cousin, decides to finally embrace her superhuman abilities and be the hero she was always meant to be, on the series premiere of Supergirl, Monday, Oct. 26 (8:30-9:30 Pm, Et/Pt), on the CBS Television Network. The series moves to its regular time period (8:00-9:00 Pm) on Monday,
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Agents of Shield Season 3: Henry Simmons Upgraded to Series Regular

Looks like Shield is giving Mack a promotion. Henry Simmons, who recurred as brawny and brainy mechanic Alphonso “Mack” Mackenzie during Season 2 of Marvel’s Agents of Shield, has been upgraded to a series regular for the ABC drama’s upcoming third season. TVLine was the first to report the casting news. Simmons first appeared on Agents of Shield in the show’s Season 2 premiere as part of the new Shield team that Coulson had assembled as director. The actor continued to appear in every single episode of Agents of Shield Season 2 following the premiere but was still billed as a guest star. While it appeared that Mack was initially loyal to Coulson in Season 2, the series revealed that both he and Bobbi Morse (Adrianne Palicki) were working behind the director’s back for Robert Gonzalez (Edward James Olmos), who they believed to be one of the leaders of the…
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New Young And The Restless 2015,May 29th Episode Short Spoiler Teaser Dished By CBS

Recently, CBS revealed a new, extremely short spoiler teaser for their upcoming "The Young And The Restless" May 29th, 2015 episode. It turns out that Adam is going to be up to absolutely no good with a dangerous move!" Their short spoiler description for the May 29th episode, reads like this: "Adam will make a dangerous move." The new, May 29th episode is set to air on tomorrow morning, May 29th at 11:30 am central time on CBS. In addition to that, we've got a few spoilery tidbits for the week of June 1st. Sofia Pernas joins the cast as Marisa Sierras on June 1st. Robert Gant returns as David Sherman on June 1st. Tess Munro shows up as a mediator on June 1st. Laura Niemi portrays Dr. Green on June 1st and 3rd, and Chris McKenna will return as Detective Mark Harding on June 2nd.
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Supergirl lands full series order at CBS

It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s… super good news! Ahead of the upfronts next week, CBS has officially granted a full series order to Supergirl.

The series – developed by Arrow and The Flash producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg along with Chuck alum Ali Adler – was given a series commitment last fall, and has picked up quite a bit of buzz ever since. Where it will wind up on CBS’ schedule hasn’t been announced, and likely won’t be until the aforementioned upfronts next week, when the network unveils all of its plans for the upcoming fall television season.

Despite sharing a creative team with the CW DC shows, Supergirl is expected to stand independently from The Flash and Arrow - though I guess crossovers are never out of the question in today’s superhero-driven climate. The show stars Glee‘s Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El,
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