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I've been keeping an eye on who is starting to film again - soap opera Bold & the Beautiful getting a lot of press. Planning to use actors' own spouses as body doubles in love scenes - genius! Hope they get paid too ;-)

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On 6/18/2020 at 9:07 AM, Hoyaheel said:

I've been keeping an eye on who is starting to film again - soap opera Bold & the Beautiful getting a lot of press. Planning to use actors' own spouses as body doubles in love scenes - genius! Hope they get paid too ?

Hopefully the real life spouses also exude more chemistry than the blow up dolls they dusted off from the storage bins.

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So tired of watching reruns. Do we still think we will be getting new episodes in the fall?!?

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14 hours ago, princess said:

So tired of watching reruns. Do we still think we will be getting new episodes in the fall?!?

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

I am finally, FINALLY, having a chance to catch up on 70-jillion shows and movies I haven't had time or dvr space to watch when they first came out. And I am finding new stuff every day! (we watched Shop Class - a workshop competition for teens on Disney+ - yesterday and now will finish that, I found a decorating competition show from England on Netflix) 

I.......I am not ready for new network tv!!

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I love Allison Janney, but Anna Faris is really the heart of the show. Or rather, the two together. I don't see how you can have Mom without the Daughter.....

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Dear god I added another streamer - Peacock. I can't even use my smart tvs for that damn option! But I really wanted to watch AP Bio and the new Psych movie, and I have 3 months free from Universal (we got season passes for the parks in Florida in February.... before we knew what 2020 would bring) So we watched the first AP Bio and the Psych movie this weekend and also a couple episodes of Third Rock from the Sun because we've been trying to watch on Amazon prime but that never wants to load on the tv we watch the most. So we hooked up my laptop to the tv and watched Peacock that way......

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I'm considering getting Apple because I want to see that show "See". Not not just for the Jason M. eye candy ;)

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ABC Cancels ‘Stumptown’ Due to COVID-19, Reversing Season 2 Renewal

Cobie Smulders-led drama was renewed for Season 2 in May

Jennifer Maas | September 16, 2020 @ 5:48 PM Last Updated: September 16, 2020 @ 6:16 PM

https://www.thewrap.com/stumptown-canceled-coronvirus-reversing-season-2-renewal/

“Stumptown” has been canceled by ABC after one season due to COVID-related circumstances, TheWrap has learned.

The Cobie Smulders-led drama was picked up for a second season in May, but on Wednesday the network was forced to reverse its decision due to scheduling concerns, according to an individual familiar with the matter. The studio behind the series, ABC Signature, will shop the show to other outlets.

The decision comes as the network’s fall schedule begins to take shape. Initially announced back in May with a scripted-heavy slate — including the planned second season of “Stumptown” — ABC has since shifted the schedule around as its various series have begun to return to production in recent weeks. Several of the unscripted and comedy series that have been able to resume filming have received premiere dates across the coming weeks, but none of the network’s dramas have yet been slated.

“Stumptown” is just the latest series to fall victim to COVID-19. Amazon recently scrapped its epic historical drama “Cortes y Moctezuma” due to rising costs arising from the pandemic, and Netflix reversed course on planned new seasons of the YA dramas “The Society” and “I Am Not Okay With This.” TruTV similarly canceled plans for another season of Andrea Savage’s “I’m Sorry” last month.

Based on the graphic novel series of the same name, “Stumptown” starred Smulders as P.I. Dex Parios, a “strong, assertive, and sharp-witted army veteran with a complicated love life, gambling debt, and a brother to take care of in Portland, Oregon.”

Jake Johnson, Tantoo Cardinal, Cole Sibus, Adrian Martinez, Camryn Manheim and Michael Ealy also starred.

 

 

Darn, I liked Stumptown.  Hope they get picked up by another network.  However, I think COVID is going to cause a lot of problems in the upcoming TV schedule. :(

 

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The Royals Are Not Pleased About Meghan and Harry’s Netflix Deal

https://www.thecut.com/2020/09/prince-william-is-livid-over-meghan-and-harrys-netflix-deal.html

Meanwhile, season four of The Crown is set to  premiere on November 15. It features newcomer Emma Corrin as Lady Diana Spencer, and will follow the royal family from the late 1970s up until the early ’90s. In 2016 the show’s creator, Peter Morgan, told People that seasons four and five will be “heavily” focused on Diana, and Independent reports that it will touch on Diana’s struggle with an eating disorder.

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