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          FX’s ‘A Teacher’ Limited Series Gets Green Light; Nick Robinson Joins Kate Mara As Co-Lead

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          FX’s ‘A Teacher’ Limited Series Gets Green Light; Nick Robinson Joins Kate Mara As Co-Lead
          FX has given a formal green light to A Teacher, a 10-episode limited series based on Hannah Fidell’s buzzy 2013 Sundance feature, starring and executive produced by Kate Mara. Additionally, Nick Robinson has been cast as a co-lead opposite Mara in the series, which has been in development at FX since last year. FX Productions is the studio.

          Fidell, who wrote, directed and produced the 2013 film, will pen the adaptation, direct and executive produce the limited series.

          A Teacher explores the story behind the mugshot of a female high school teacher caught in an affair with her male student, revealing the complexities and consequences of these illegal relationships.

          Mara and Robinson star respectively as Claire, a popular young teacher at a suburban Texas high school, and Eric, an all-American high school senior.

          Fidell executive produces with Michael Costigan and Jason Bateman of Aggregate Films, Danny Brocklehurst and Mara.

          “Hannah Fidell is an exceptional filmmaker we have long admired for her intuitive ability to bring complex stories to life with depth and grace,” said Gina Balian, President, Original Programming, FX Entertainment. “We are thrilled to partner with Hannah, Kate Mara, Michael Costigan, Jason Bateman and Danny Brocklehurst to adapt A Teacher into a limited series for FX, with Kate leading an extraordinary cast along with Nick Robinson.”

          “Working with FX – truly the home of all my favorite shows – on A Teacher is a dream come true,” said Fidell. “I couldn’t ask for a more perfect partner who, from day one, has understood and embraced the inherent complexities and nuance required for such subject matter.”

          Robinson, who starred in features Love, Simon and Everything, Everything, was a series regular on the ABC Family series Melissa and Joey. Other credits include Native Son, Jurassic World, and Boardwalk Empire, among others. He’s next set to make his Broadway debut in the hit Aaron Sorkin adaptation of Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, replacing the outgoing Will Pullen as Jem Finch in November.

          Mara is repped by Wme, Mosaic, Viewpoint, Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern. Robinson is repped by UTA, Management 360, Savage Agency and Fred Toczek.
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          ‘The Nevers’: Joss Whedon’s HBO Sci-Fi Drama Series Adds 12 To Cast

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          ‘The Nevers’: Joss Whedon’s HBO Sci-Fi Drama Series Adds 12 To Cast
          HBO is rounding out cast for The Nevers, its straight-to-series drama from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator and The Avengers writer/director Joss Whedon. Joining lead Laura Donnelly are Oliver Williams (Miss Austen Regrets), James Norton (Grantchester), Tom Riley (Dark Heart), Ann Skelly (Death and Nightingales), Ben Chaplin (The Children Act), Pip Torrens (The Crown), Zackary Momoh (Seven Seconds), Amy Manson (Torchwood), Nick Frost (Fighting With My Family), Rochelle Neil (Death in Paradise), Eleanor Tomlinson (Poldark) and Denis O’Hare (This Is Us).

          Co-written by Whedon and Buffy alums Jane Espenson and Doug Petrie and directed by Whedon, The Nevers is an epic science fiction drama about a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities, relentless enemies, and a mission that might change the world.

          Williams will play Lavinia Bidlow. A wealthy spinster and champion of the “Touched”, Lavinia funds the Orphanage (where Amalia and many
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          Kevin Hart Sets Quibi Action Series

          Kevin Hart Sets Quibi Action Series
          Kevin Hart is the latest A-lister to sign up for a Quibi project.

          Hart and his Laugh Out Loud Network have teamed with the upcoming streamer for a series titled “Action Scene.” Hart will star as a fictionalized version of himself on a quest to land the action movie role of a lifetime. After being rejected for the role, Kevin randomly encounters a leading A-List action movie star which inadvertently sets off a chain of events, causing Kevin to fight his way through a series of over-the-top action sequences with the help of some of Hollywood’s biggest action movie heroes.
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          Democratic Debates: Moderates Swing at Warren, Sanders; Williamson Sets Internet Ablaze

          Anyone tuning into the Democratic primary debates on CNN expecting to see Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders take swings at each other was likely disappointed, but several less well-known candidates — Marianne Williamson in particular — garnered a perhaps unexpected amount of attention on the stage of 10 in Detroit on Tuesday night.

          Warren, Sanders and Pete Buttigieg scored the most talking time, according to NPR’s calculation, in a sprawling, more-than-two-and-a-half-hour debate that covered health care, gun violence, immigration, trade, education and racism.

          The two leading progressive candidates took a strong position advocating for Medicare-for-All. Sanders, calling the nation’s current health care system “dysfunctional,
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          CNN’s Democratic Debate Was a Frantic Lightning Round, But Still an Improvement (Column)

          Tuning into the second round of Democrat debates on CNN, you’d be forgiven for briefly mistaking it for a boxing match. Bombastic highlight reels trumpeting a showdown between “The Progressives” (Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren), assorted moderates (chiefly Pete Buttigieg and Beto O’Rourke) and gauzy meme generator Marianne Williamson opened the night. Red, white and blue flashed by as a voiceover befitting a summer disaster movie blockbuster intoned that tonight, 10 candidates would be battling it out “for the heart of the party.” If the candidates walked onstage and immediately started brawling, I wouldn’t have blinked twice.

          None of this,
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          ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 15 Finale: How Did Hannah’s Journey End? (Spoilers)

          ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 15 Finale: How Did Hannah’s Journey End? (Spoilers)
          Spoiler Alert: Do not read ahead, if you have not watched the Season 15 finale of “The Bachelorette,” which aired July 30, 2019 on ABC.

          Hannah Brown’s journey for love continued — and kept continuing — with the second half of her overly-emotional finale on Tuesday night.

          And turns out (spoiler alert!) she is essentially still single.

          Brown’s two-part finale kicked off on Monday night in Greece with three men as her final suitors: Peter Weber, Jed Wyatt and Tyler Cameron. Brown sent home Pilot Pete, who sat down with her and host Chris Harrison for a never-ending, live sit-down show on Monday,
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          The Second Democratic Presidential Debate, Night 1: Who Won?

          The Democratic presidential race kicked off Round 2 on Tuesday night, as half of the 20 candidates currently in the mix debated live on CNN, for nearly three hours.

          CNN’s Jake Tapper, Dana Bash and Don Lemon cracked the whip loudly and often during the proceedings, earning some admonishment on social media for continually cutting off respondents just as they were getting to the meat of their answer.

          More from TVLineRatings: First Democratic Debate Goes Bigger on Night 2Bless the Harts Cast and Ep Talk About Erasing TrumpFirst Democratic Presidential Debate, Night 2: Who Impressed You Most?

          Among the night’s
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          The Bachelorette Finale Part 2 Recap: Here's to Hoping for Hannah's Happily Ever After

          Guess what, folks, it's the most dramatic and shocking conclusion in the history of The Bachelorette and America, as Hannah Brown chose between Jed Wyatt and Tyler Cameron. She chose Jed, and she chose wrong. At least in retrospect. As they say, hindsight is 10/10 x 2. Jed, you see, lied about how

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          Other Links From TVGuide.com The BacheloretteHannah BrownChris HarrisonTyler CameronJed Wyatt
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          The 100 Kills Off Another Beloved Original Character

          The body count on The 100 has always been high, but this season has been particularly brutal! Not only did we lose Marcus Kane (Henry Ian Cusick), but we've now also lost Abby Griffin (Paige Turco).

          When it became clear to Abby that Russell (J.R. Bourne) would gladly kill Madi (Lola Flanery) in order

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          Other Links From TVGuide.com The 100Marie AvgeropoulosBob MorleyEliza TaylorChuku ModuPaige Turco
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          Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Reunion, Part 3 Recap: Camille on Trial

          Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Reunion, Part 3 Recap: Camille on Trial
          With Lisa Vanderpump conspicuously absent, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills took out their frustrations on a defensive Camille in Part 3 of the reunion… not that she didn’t deserve it.

          We pick up with Camille storming off the set, practically ripping her dress off to get rid of her mic. She sobs to Andy backstage about how “nasty” all the ladies are being towards her, including Denise, with Andy pointing out, “Well, you just said you didn’t like her, and she’s boring.” (Camille doubles down on the “boring” part, by the way.) The other ladies are bewildered
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          Animal Kingdom Recap: Party Poopers — Plus, [Spoiler] Is Marked for Murder

          Animal Kingdom Recap: Party Poopers — Plus, [Spoiler] Is Marked for Murder
          As Animal Kingdom’s Smurf drew ever closer to the end of the line Tuesday, she decided to throw one last killer party… that she wouldn’t realize until it was just about to begin was going to cast her as the killer. Whose death warrant was signed by the conclusion of “Exit Stragedy”? Read on and find out…

          ‘If You Don’T Want This, Tell Me’ | The episode started in the 1970s, where Janine’s morning sickness was revealed to the gang only moments after they’d hit a bank. Manny later suggested to Colin that a pretty, tough
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