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Halle Berry looks for answers in new 'Extant' trailer

Posted: 16 May 2014 10:35 PM PDT

The upcoming TV series will see the Oscar-winning actress playing an astronaut.

After presenting a few short videos, CBS has uploaded a more extensive trailer for its new summer series Extant produced by Steven Spielberg. The footage provides new details into the mysterious supernatural forces at work in the life of Molly Woods, played by Halle Berry.

In her first TV role, the Hollywood star plays an astronaut returning to Earth after a 13-month solo mission in space. As Molly attempts to reconnect with her husband John and their son Ethan after her extended absence, she must also cope with a series of mysterious events related to her latest mission that threaten to change the course of history. In particular, Molly finds upon her return from space that she is pregnant, although she was previously told she could not bear children.

Goran Visnjic (ER) and Grace Gummer (American Horror Story) also appear in this science-fiction series produced by Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment. CBS will air the first episode of Extant on July 9 in the US. — AFP Relaxnews

Trailers for new TV shows 'Public Morals', 'The Librarians', 'Proof'

Posted: 16 May 2014 10:10 PM PDT

US television network TNT presents a list of new programmes for its upcoming season.

Before premiering the new series in 2015, the cable network has unveiled the first footage from Public Morals, produced by Steven Spielberg. The official trailers have also been released for TNT's other new shows, The Librarians and Proof.

Set in 1960s New York, the new police drama will follow a team of officers in the NYPD Public Morals Division. Public Morals is headlined by Ed Burns (Mob City), who plays an agent trying to stay on the straight and narrow in a job full of temptations, all while raising his young sons.

Also coming to TNT next year, Proof is a medical drama starring Jennifer Beals, who broke through in the 1980s in Flashdance and was seen more recently on The L Word. The actress will play Kathlyn Russo, a brilliant surgeon whose defining characteristic is her skepticism.

Proof Trailer from TNT on Vimeo.

Following the death of her son and in the face of a series of family problems, the character develops an interest in cases of reincarnation, out-of-body experiences and ghosts. True to her scientific mind, she sets out for hard proof of the existence of life after death.

The series will be produced by Kyra Sedgwick, the former star of the TNT series The Closer. The pilot was helmed by Alex Graves, the director known for helming multiple episodes of The West Wing and more recently Game Of Thrones.

In a follow-up to the TV movies of the 2000s, Noah Wyle (Falling Skies) will reprise the role of Flynn Carsen in The Librarians, a new series slated to premiere this winter. While his job as a librarian may seem boring on the surface, the protagonist is actually responsible for safeguarding a special collection of powerful sacred objects. This mission leads Flynn on a series of wild adventures far beyond the library's walls.

The Librarians

For his next adventures, Flynn Carsen will be assisted by four new recruits. The new "librarians" will include Eve Baird, a former counter terrorism agent, Jack Stone, an oil worker with an encyclopaedic knowledge of art history, Cassandra, a young woman with the gift of hallucinations linked to memory retrieval, and Ezekiel Jones, a tech expert and mystery novel buff.

To play Eve Baird, who is responsible for protecting the rest of the group, TNT has chosen Rebecca Romijn, the actress known for playing Mystique in the X-Men movies before the role was taken over by Jennifer Lawrence. Christian Kane (Leverage), Linda Booth (Kick-Ass 2) and John Kim (The Pacific) play the other members of the team. — AFP Relaxnews

The Librarians Trailer from TNT on Vimeo.

'Two And A Half Men' will end its run next year

Posted: 15 May 2014 10:20 PM PDT

The comedy's 12th season will be its last, CBS announced when presenting its line-up for the 2014-2015 season.

Two And A Half Men will wrap up in spring of 2015 at the end of its 12th season, which will premiere this September. The series will maintain its previous slot during CBS's Thursday night comedy line-up in the United States, airing ahead of the new show The McCarthys.

Among the network's most beloved comedies, Two And A Half Men has nonetheless seen its popularity decline in recent years, long before leading man Charlie Sheen left the show in 2011. At its peak, the series was followed by some 16.5 million Americans, making it the most watched comedy in the US at the time.

Although its ratings have remained decent since the arrival of Ashton Kutcher, standing at 10 million viewers on average during its most recent season, Two And A Half Men has fallen far behind America's other favourite comedy, The Big Bang Theory. — AFP Relaxnews

Two And A Half Men star Angus T. Jones and guest star Miley Cyrus in the show's 10th Season.


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