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TNT's hit series Animal Kingdom just recently concluded it's the fourth season, and good lord did it go out with a bang. After (Spoiler Alert) killing off the lead character and Cody family matriarch, Janine "Smurf" Cody, Animal Kingdom certainly proved its willingness to live up to its name. The Codys and their associates live in the dog eat dog crime world of southern California, and those who can't hack it are left behind if they're lucky, or wind up dead if they're not.

Related: Animal Kingdom: 10 Best Episodes (According to IMDb)

Animal Kingdom has a cast of characters that is populated by a lot of strong, intense, and powerful personality types. Everyone who has managed to make it this far has made it for a reason, and those who haven't usually had some inherent personality flaw that was their ultimate downfall. But regardless of how far they've made it or why,
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Brian Turk, ‘Carnivale’ and ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ Actor, Dies at 49

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Brian Turk, ‘Carnivale’ and ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ Actor, Dies at 49
“Carnivale” actor Brian Turk died on Friday following a battle with cancer. He was 49.

A representative for Turk confirmed his death to TheWrap Monday morning, saying his family “just asks that we respect their privacy during this time of loss.”

“Just over a year ago our dear friend, Brian Turk, was diagnosed with cancer,” reads the opening message on the “In Support of the Brian Turk Family” GoFundMe page. “Being the selfless and private person that he is, Brian kept this quiet so as not to concern his family and friends. Unfortunately, the cancer has now become terminal. Brian has impacted so many of us in a positive way whether it be on the football field, at Mater Dei or USC, on stage or in our personal lives. He has always been there for us in our times of need and celebration.”

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Animal Kingdom: 10 Best Episodes (According to IMDb)

Animal Kingdom is definitely one TV show that's surprisingly flown under the radar. From TNT, this show just finished its fourth season. With Finn Cole (from Peaky Blinders), Ellen Barkin, and Jake Weary, this show follows a family in Los Angeles as they plan and execute robberies. This show has all the family drama, heist intensity, and crime goodness you could ever ask for in a TV show. So before we get the fifth season, we thought we'd make a list of the 10 best episodes so far.

Related: Animal Kingdom Characters Sorted Into Hogwarts Houses

Without further ado, here are the 10 highest ranked episodes of this hit show, according to IMDb. Warning: brutal spoilers ahead.
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'Euphoria' Maintains Lead on August's Top TV Songs List, Plus 'Ballers,' 'Orange Is the New Black'

'Euphoria' Maintains Lead on August's Top TV Songs List, Plus 'Ballers,' 'Orange Is the New Black'
The debut season of Euphoria took five spots on this month's top TV song list, followed by Ballers with two songs. Orange Is the New BlackAnimal Kingdom and Mindhunter soundtracks rounded out this month's top ten.

Euphoria featured "All For Us" by Labrinth and Zendaya, "Dangerous (Oliver Remix)" by Big Data, "Euphoria" by Bts, "A Song for You" by Donny Hathaway and "Blow the Whistle" by Too $hort. The fifth season of Ballers featured Nipsey Hussle's "Grinding All My Life" and "(If) The Book Doesn't Sell" by Ritt Momney.

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Evel Knievel Series Starring Milo Ventimiglia Set for USA Network

Joseph Baxter Sep 6, 2019

This is Us star Milo Ventimiglia will star in USA Network limited series Evel, showcasing the life of legendary daredevil Evel Knievel.

The gravity-abused life of iconic stuntman Evel Knievel (1938-2007) will be chronicled by USA Network, which has ordered a limited series, titled Evel.

Milo Ventimiglia, who currently stars on NBC television drama This is Us (which manifests under the same corporate umbrella as the cable channel), will play the eponymous daredevil on USA Network’s Evel, which he’ll also executive produce. The series will focus on a specific period in Knievel’s career, namely the preparatory build-up before his famously-failed jump across Snake River Canyon – a heavily hyped event that took place west of Idaho’s Shoshone Falls, on September 8, 1974, at 3:36 p.m. Mdt.

The limited series comes after a 2015 spate of contemplated-but-nixed Evel Knievel biographical projects from heavies like Martin Scorsese and Darren Aronofsky.
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Milo Ventimiglia Set to Star as Evel Knievel in USA Network Series

Milo Ventimiglia has set his sights on a new TV role. 

The This Is Us lead will lead the cast of Evel, which is based on the story of larger-than-life 70's daredevil Evel Knievel as he prepares for his greatest death-defying feat, the historic Snake River Canyon jump.

Evel is an exhilarating portrait of a complex man living the American dream, juggling meteoric celebrity and raising a family -- and facing the very real probability that his next jump will kill him. 

Ucp, Etan Frankel will write and executive produce the series.

Serving as executive producers are McG, Mary Viola, and Steven Bello of Wonderland Sound & Vision; Alex Gartner, Charles Roven and Topher Rhys-Lawrence of Atlas Entertainment; and Ventimiglia.

Related: This Is Us Season 4 Trailer: Lots of New Faces to Love

Russ Cundiff will co-executive produce on behalf of Divide Pictures. Production is expected to begin in 2020. 

"USA Network is
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Milo Ventimiglia to Star as Daredevil Evel Knievel in USA Network Series

Milo Ventimiglia to Star as Daredevil Evel Knievel in USA Network Series
But did Evel Knievel ever tangle with a Crock-Pot…?

This Is Us frontman Milo Ventimiglia has signed on to headline as well as executive-produce Evel, a USA Network limited series about the daredevil from the 1960s/1970s.

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Counting action-heavy filmmaker McG among its other EPs and to be penned by Etan Frankel (Animal Kingdom, Shameless), the limited series is described as “an exhilarating portrait
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Milo Ventimiglia To Star In Evel Knievel Limited Series Greenlighted By USA Network

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USA Network has ordered limited series Evel, based on the story of larger-than-life ’70s daredevil Evel Knievel. Starring and executive produced by This Is UsMilo Ventimiglia, it hails from from McG’s Wonderland Sound & Vision, Ucp and Atlas Entertainment.

Written by Etan Frankel (Animal Kingdom), Evel falls into USA’s wheelhouse of “heroes, rebels & icons” focused on big stories about big American characters.

The limited series is based on the story of Evel Knievel (Ventimiglia) as he prepares for his greatest death-defying feat — the historic Snake River Canyon jump. Evel is an exhilarating portrait of a complex man living the American dream, juggling meteoric celebrity and raising a family — and facing the very real probability that his next jump will kill him.

Frankel will executive produce with McG, Mary Viola and Steven Bello of Wonderland Sound & Vision; Alex Gartner, Charles Roven and Topher Rhys-Lawrence of Atlas Entertainment; and Ventimiglia.
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‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Producer Animal Kingdom Launches Rep Business, Taps Vimeo Exec To Run It

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‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Producer Animal Kingdom Launches Rep Business, Taps Vimeo Exec To Run It
Exclusive: Animal Kingdom, the production company behind Short Term 12 and Paterson and which teamed with Focus Features this year on Jim Jarmusch’s Cannes Film Festival opener The Dead Don’t Die, has launched a representation business. Sam Morrill, the former director of curation at Vimeo, has been hired to run it.

In addition, the Brooklyn-based company said Thursday it has hired Gabby Green as a manager in the department, reporting to Morrill.

“Over the past seven years, Animal Kingdom has prided itself on the work of identifying, supporting and collaborating with emerging talent,” company partners Joshua Astrachan and David Kaplan said. “This expansion into representation is, effectively, Animal Kingdom doubling down on our commitment to that work, and to the elusive idea of attempting to tell

stories that matter.”

A 10-year veteran at Vimeo, Morrill was one of the principal curators of the Staff Picks channel over the past decade,
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Venice Review: Timothée Chalamet Holds Court in David Michôd’s ‘The King’

Oh, for a muse of bowl-cut hair that would ascend / The brightest heaven of invention!

A newly groomed Timothée Chalamet stars as Henry V in David Michôd’s latest film The King, a post-modern, mud-and-guts reworking of William Shakespeare’s trilogy of plays on the reluctant ruler. As indebted to the mood and visual language of Game of Thrones as it is to the Bard’s texts, Michôd provides finely worked entertainment with a compelling and significant central performance from Chalamet–who frankly hasn’t had to carry a film in quite this way before.

The director adapted the script with the help of his fellow countryman and frequent collaborator Joel Edgerton. The Australian actor also costars here as the boozy, gregarious Falstaff in a performance that echoes Orson Welles’ take on the same character in Chimes at Midnight but later shifts away from the source material and into something
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Dynasty Season 3: Daniella Alonso Debuts as New Cristal — First Look

Proving that Alexis isn’t the only Dynasty character with face-swapping capabilities, Cristal is returning for Season 3 with a new look of her own, as seen in this exclusive photo from the CW drama’s premiere (Oct. 11, 9/8c).

As TVLine exclusively reported back in July, Ana Brenda Contreras will not return to the role of Cristal Jennings in Season 3. Instead, the character will be played by Daniella Alonso (Animal Kingdom, Revolution) moving forward, and new showrunner Josh Reims promises a “seamless transition.”

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‘The King’s David Michod On Catapults, Reteams & Maintaining Perspective – Venice Q&a

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‘The King’s David Michod On Catapults, Reteams  & Maintaining Perspective – Venice Q&a
David Michod likes an egg metaphor. Whether it’s having had all of them “in one basket” over the past few years as he worked on The King — which received a royal eight-minute standing ovation at the Venice Film Festival last night — or looking at a project like a precious thing he’s trying to stop from “getting smashed along the way.” Indeed, the fragility of the filmmaking process, as well as a desire to tell stories from an organic place and keeping his early success in perspective were on his mind when we sat down before The King’s Lido world premiere.

Michod, a former journalist, had a “gloriously rare experience” when he burst onto the global scene with 2010 crime drama Animal Kingdom. The film scooped the Grand Jury Prize in Sundance and scored an Oscar nomination among many other accolades (also spawning a successful TV series). Michod followed
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‘The King’ Review: Timothée Chalamet Rules, But Netflix’s Shakespearean Epic Is No Crowning Achievement

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‘The King’ Review: Timothée Chalamet Rules, But Netflix’s Shakespearean Epic Is No Crowning Achievement
A large-budget, medieval war movie that’s loosely based on Shakespeare’s “Henriad” and the historical events that inspired those plays, David Michôd’s “The King” is . It’s hard for a good man to be king, and it’s even harder for a king to be a good man — that idea only feels relevant to the modern world because it’s been true for every one of the last 600 years, and “The King” has nothing especially new or insightful to say on the subject.

What “The King” does have is Timothée Chalamet as a soft prince who would rather sleep in his bed than sit on the throne, and Robert Pattinson (if only for three scenes) as a hilariously sociopathic dauphin who looks like Klaus Kinski and talks like a castrated Pepé Le Pew. It has “Leave No Trace” star Thomasin McKenzie in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it role as the Queen of Denmark,
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Venice Film Review: Timothée Chalamet in ‘The King’

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Venice Film Review: Timothée Chalamet in ‘The King’
The older he gets (he’s now 23), the more Timothée Chalemet looks like a svelte, neurasthenic-rock-star version of Daniel Day-Lewis. In “The King,” a sprawling but intimate royal-court medieval pageant movie, he plays Hal, the Prince of Wales, who will become Henry V. In the early scenes, when Hal is a dissolute party boy, drinking and carousing in the slovenly district of Eastcheap, Chalamet, tall and rail-thin, with milky skin, dark doe eyes, and hair parted down the middle and chopped at the shoulders, parades around like the world’s swooniest scarecrow pinup.

Handsome is the wrong word for this actor. He’s beautiful, and the camera drinks him in. “The King” gives Chalamet one of the choicest roles he’s had, but And Timothée Chalemet, I predict, could be the biggest movie star of his generation. As he demonstrates in “The King,” he’s got it — not just the
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‘The King’s Timothée Chalamet & Joel Edgerton On Getting Down In The Mud For David Michod’s Period Epic – Venice

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‘The King’s Timothée Chalamet & Joel Edgerton On Getting Down In The Mud For David Michod’s Period Epic – Venice
While David Michod’s The King owes a debt to Shakespeare’s Henry The IV [Parts 1 And 2] and Henry V, the film’s co-writer, co-star and producer Joel Edgerton says there’s only “a pinch” of the Bard on screen. “We really do our own thing with it.”

Michod, who directs, co-wrote the script with Edgerton and also produces, told a Venice Film Festival press conference today that the pair “worked out really early on we were going to drift away from the plays themselves. We deep-dived the research and then made a whole bunch of stuff up. I can’t remember what’s real, what’s made up and what’s from Shakespeare,” he laughed.

An epic and intimate portrait of young Prince Hal (Timothee Chalamet), who reluctantly ascends the throne to become Henry V at a particularly turbulent time in English history, the Netflix movie muses on power and how it is handled.
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‘This Is Us’ Season 4 Casts ‘When They See Us’ Duo, M. Night Shyamalan (Watch the First Trailer)

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‘This Is Us’ Season 4 Casts ‘When They See Us’ Duo, M. Night Shyamalan (Watch the First Trailer)
When “This Is Us” returns to NBC for its fourth season, the ensemble will be growing significantly.

Joining the cast in various capacities still to be announced are “When They See Us” stars Asante Blackk and Marsha Stephanie Blake, as well as Omar Epps, Bahara Golestani, Jennifer Morrison, Timothy Omundson, director M. Night Shyamalan, Julian Silva, Auden Thornton and Nick Wechsler.

These castings were announced via a trailer for the season that NBC dropped Saturday. In it, Mandy Moore’s character, matriarch Rebecca Pearson notes how strange it is that “just like that a complete stranger can become such a big part of your story.”

From there, the trailer offers glimpses of some of these new characters, including Morrison as a member of the armed services, Epps as a mechanic and Thornton as a waitress, with Rebecca commenting that “it’s actually kind of terrifying” how “a single cross with
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Wbtvg Directors’ Workshop Graduates Set To Helm Episodes Of ‘Legacies’, ‘Riverdale’, ‘Blindspot’ and Others

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Graduates from Warner Bros. Television Group’s (Wbtvg) Directors’ Workshop class of 2019 are all ready to sit in the director’s chair. All participants of this year’s program have booked directing assignments on upcoming episodes of a Wbtvg series. On top of that, two of the directors have gone on to secure additional assignments — before even helming their first episode.

The Wbtvg Directors’ Workshop looks to discover new and innovative talent, prepare directors from other creative fields or the transition to television, and spur diversity and inclusion by providing increased opportunities for female directors and directors from ethnic minority groups. Since its inception in 2013, the Wbtvg Directors’ Workshop has helped to launch or further the TV directing careers of more than 50 women and/or people of color.

Below are the graduates from the Directors’ Workshop class and their directing assignments for the upcoming 2019–20 television season.

Bola Ogun is set
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The King Trailer: Timothee Chalamet Wears the Crown for Netflix This Fall

Netflix have released the first official trailer for their upcoming medieval drama, The King, starring Call Me By Your Name and Academy Award nominated star Timoth&#233e Chalamet in the title role. The film is based on the plays of literary icon William Shakespeare, and specifically those of Henry IV Part 1, Henry Part 2 and Henry V, as we follow Chalamet's young, stubborn prince, Henry V, as he is suddenly thrust into power after the death of his father. The King will center around Chalamet's Henry as he learns how to navigate through the violent, intense world, and quickly learns how heavy hangs the head that wears the crown.

Regional British and several different European accents abound as we get our first look at the star-studded cast as they bring the Bard's story to life for the streaming service. Alongside the put-upon monarch played by Timoth&#233e Chalamet, The King features
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‘The King’ Trailer: Timothee Chalamet Reluctantly Takes Throne as King Henry V

‘The King’ Trailer: Timothee Chalamet Reluctantly Takes Throne as King Henry V
Timothée Chalamet’s reluctant Prince Hal assumes the throne as King Henry V in the wake of his father’s death and soon questions his loyalties and duties in the teaser trailer for Netflix’s The King.

“Already I can feel the weight of this crown I wear,” he confesses as tensions brew between members of his court. When he confides to Knight John Falstaff (portrayed by Joel Edgerton) that he is looking for people to trust, Falstaff gives him foreboding advice: “A king has no friend. A king only has foes.
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Timothée Chalamet Plays Henry V in First Trailer for Netflix's The King

Netflix has released the first trailer for their upcoming film The King, which is inspired by elements of Shakespeare’s Henry IV and Henry V. The story follows "a young, disgraced prince named Hal, who inherits the crown and must learn what it means to be a king, guided by his one true friend, Falstaff.”

The film has an impressive cast that includes Timothée Chalamet in the lead role and he is joined by Ben Mendelsohn as King Henry IV, Robert Pattinson as The Dauphin, Sean Harris as William, Lily-Rose Depp in the role of Princess Catherine,Tom Glynn-Carney as Hotspur, and Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie as Philippa. Joel Edgerton also is in the film and he co-wrote it as well.

The film was directed by David Michod and this is the synopsis that was released:

Hal (Timothée Chalamet), wayward prince and reluctant heir to the English throne, has turned his
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