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'Lethal Weapon' Star Clayne Crawford On TV Adaptation Of '80s Film: "This Is Fox, It's Family Hour & There's No Cocaine" - TCA

One of the most daunting tasks for the executive producers of Fox’s new Lethal Weapon series, based on the famed ’80s/’90s film franchise, is getting TV viewers to forget the iconic performances of Mel Gibson and Danny Glover, who respectively played buddy cops Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh. 500 more words

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The Cast Of Trial & Error - Soon on NBC

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Nicholas D’Agosto

Trial and Error with Nicholas D'Agosto

Ya’ll know that Nick will be headlining NBC’s docu-style comedy Trial and Error for their 2016-2017 comedy line-up along with John Lithgow:

Just a bit of an info about the show: 155 more words

Nicholas D’Agosto

Matt Miller: Ezekiel Elliot Can Change Cowboys Offense

The expected top picks in this year’s NFL Draft, for the most part, seem pretty standard. A couple of quarterbacks, a couple of offensive linemen, a couple of pass-rushers, a couple of corners – none of this is surprising or controversial. 377 more words


The Ken Carman Show On Demand Rundown, 03/25

Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.

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Matt Miller: Watch Wentz Against Northern Iowa And You'll Want The Browns To Draft Him 2nd Overall

Matt Miller, Draft Analyst for Bleacher Report thinks that RG3 and the Browns makes a lot of sense for both sides. He says the Browns are paying RG3 to play and you’d like to sit a QB that you take at #2 if possible. 136 more words


Nicholas D'Agosto Joins NBC's Pilot 'THE TRAIL'

Gotham star Nicholas D’Agosto will lead NBC’s documentary-style procedural comedy pilot THE TRAIL from comedy veteran Jeff Astrof, Forever creator Matt Miller and Warner Bros. TV. 140 more words