Riverdale is an American teen drama television series based on the characters of Archie Comics. The series was adapted for The CW by Archie Comics’ chief creative officer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, and is produced by Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios, in association with Berlanti Productions and Archie Comics. Originally conceived as a feature film adaptation for Warner Bros. Pictures, the idea was re-imagined as a television series for Fox. In 2015, development on the project moved to The CW, where the series was ordered for a pilot. Filming takes place in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The series features an ensemble cast based on the characters of Archie Comics, with KJ Apa in the role of Archie Andrews, Lili Reinhart as Betty Cooper, Camila Mendes as Veronica Lodge, and Cole Sprouse as Jughead Jones, the series’ narrator. The cast also features Madelaine Petsch as Cheryl Blossom, Ashleigh Murray as Josie McCoy, Casey Cott as Kevin Keller, Charles Melton as Reggie Mantle, and Vanessa Morgan as Toni Topaz. Other characters in the series include the parents of the main characters: Luke Perry as Fred Andrews, Mädchen Amick as Alice Cooper, Marisol Nichols and Mark Consuelos as Hermione and Hiram Lodge, and Skeet Ulrich as FP Jones.

The series debuted on January 26, 2017, to positive reviews. The fourth season premiered on October 9, 2019. In January 2020, The CW renewed the series for a fifth season.


The show, returning to The CW on January 20 2021, picks up where it left off, with the students of Riverdale High in their final year.

The trailer teases the gang’s senior prom or, “the last dance we’ll have without our friends” as Archie (KJ Apa) says. The prom starts off innocently enough, but then things take a turn.




Netflix’s latest romance drama series “Virgin River” season 2, started streaming on Netflix on November 27 and it now has been officially renewed for Season 3. Starring Martin Henderson (Jack Sheridan) and Alexandra Breckenridge (Mel Monroe), the show has been picked up for an additional 10 episodes.

There is no official release date yet for “Virgin River” Season 3. However, when it returns, the show is expected to deal with the biggest cliffhanger from season 2. Just when Mel was about to find her ‘happily ever after with Jack’, she discovers him lying on the ground, bleeding from gunshot wounds. The show is yet to reveal Jack’s fate, who was behind the shooting.

The second season took us back to the small town that everyone loves and gave us even more drama. The Reel World Management-produced show picks up some time after “Mel” left the fictional and titular town at the end of the first season. Jack Sheridan (Martin Henderson), had just declared his love for Mel after learning that he is expecting a child with his friend with benefits, Charmaine (Lauren Hammersley).
Based on the bestselling novel series by Robyn Carr, the show originally premiered as a Netflix original in December 2019.

Deadline has confirmed “Virgin River” Season 3 will return with all of its major characters from the previous seasons. The returning cast includes Henderson and Breckenridge in leading roles along with Tim Matheson (Vernon Mullins), Annette O’Toole (Hope), Colin Lawrence (Preacher), Benjamin Hollingsworth (Brady), and Lauren Hammersley (Charmaine) and star-crossed lovers Ricky (Grayson Maxwell Gurnsey)and Lizzie (Sarah Dugdale).

The third season of the romantic drama will introduce two new characters in a recurring role as portrayed by Zibby Allen and Stacey Farber. Allen reportedly plays the role of Brie, Jack’s sister. She is a lawyer by profession and described as “smart, hard-charging, ballsy and a whole lot of fun.”

Farber plays the character named Tara Anderson, who happens to be Lilly’s (Linda Boyd) daughter. Fans would remember Lilly mentioning her daughter in season 1 of the series when she was struggling with postpartum depression after delivering Baby Chloe. The show finally introduces the daughter who will be helping Lily with the farm and her newborn daughter.

Season 3 Trailer:

Remaking A Classic!

Arman Nejadi has finished shooting a role on Episode #105 of Turner & Hooch, Disney+’s upcoming series reboot of the classic 1989 comedy feature, from 20th Television.

Like the movie, the hour long series centers on Scott Turner, played by Josh Peck, who now is a U.S. marshal — versus the police detective played by Tom Hanks in the movie. When the ambitious, buttoned-up marshal inherits a big unruly dog, Hooch, he soon realizes the pet he didn’t want may be the partner he needs.

In the 12-episode series from Burn Notice writer / creator Matt Nix, the role of Hooch is played by five different dogs of the same breed: Arnie, Hammer, Obi, Cyd and Mya. (It is Hammer in this pic.)

In addition to Peck, the human cast of the series includes Lyndsy Fonseca as Laura, Carra Patterson as Jessica, Vanessa Lengies as Erica, Antony Ruivivar as Chief James Clark, Brandon Jay McLaren as Xavier, Jeremy Maguire as Matthew and Becca Tobin as Brooke.

Nix is also executive producing and Josh Levy is co-executive producer. 20th TV, part of Disney TV Studios, is the studio.

Turner & Hooch was first released in 1989. Along with Hanks, the cast also included Mare Winningham, Craig T. Nelson, and Reginald VelJohnson. Roger Spottiswoode directed. It went on to gross over $70 million at the box office on a reported budget of $13 million.

Peck first broke out as one of the two stars of the Nickelodeon series Drake & Josh. His recent TV roles include playing one of the leads on the Fox comedy Grandfathered, as well as appearances on shows like The Mindy Project and Fuller House. On the film side, he is known for roles in projects such as Locating Silver Lake, Take the 10, Danny Collins, and The Wackness.

Nix most recently created the Fox show The Gifted and co-created Fox’s APB under his overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television, which is now part of Disney. He is perhaps best known for creating the USA Network series Burn Notice, which ran for seven seasons. Nix’s other credits include The Comedians, Complications, and The Good Guys.


Don’t Miss This Wonderful Hallmark Episode!

Catch Arthur Corber in upcoming Hallmark MOW, ‘A Glenbrooke Christmas’.

Premieres SATURDAY DECEMBER 12 10pm/9c

Director: David Strasser
Writers: David Golden and Victoria Rose
Based on the book by Robin Jones Gunn

Storyline: A very successful young businesswoman in her grandfather’s billion dollar Morgan Enterprises, Jessica Morgan is surrounded by people who wait on her and won’t let her lift a finger to help, not even with Christmas decorations. Jessica goes back to Glenbrooke, the town she grew up in as a child before her parents were killed, and there finds the simple life–and love–she’s always dreamed of…


A Five Star Performance!

Catch Ace Ames in ‘A Five Star Christmas’ which premiered on Nov 27 10:00 PM / 9:00c on The Hallmark Channel.

And will play again on these dates…
• Sunday, Nov. 29 at 4 p.m. ET
• Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 10 p.m. EST
• Saturday, Dec. 5 at 12 p.m. ET
• Friday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. ET
• Saturday, Dec. 19 at 6 p.m. ET
• Friday, Dec. 25 at 3:30 p.m. ET


Five Star Christmas is a charming new movie from the Hallmark Channel. Lucy (Bethany Joy Lenz) and her siblings come home for the holidays to find their father has converted their childhood home into a B&B, the Ralston Inn. When they believe a famed travel writer is staying at the inn, Lucy and her family attempt to garner a five-star review by pretending to be highly trained staff and posh guests at the inn. Jake (Victor Webster), another guest at the inn, is there under the guise of a geologist. Sparks fly between Jake and Lucy but as the two grow closer, Lucy feels terrible about her deception but she is not the only one being deceptive.


Take Me To The River!

Watch Season 2, which starts streaming on November 27.

Netflix viewers quickly fell in love with Virgin River when it debuted on the streaming service in December 2019. Adapted from the Virgin River novels by author Robyn Carr, the romantic drama stars Alexandra Breckenridge as Melinda “Mel” Monroe, a midwife and nurse practitioner from Los Angeles who moves to a beautiful but remote Northern California town following a series of traumatic heartbreaks. Monroe soon discovers that small-town living isn’t quite as simple as she expected and that she must learn to heal herself before she can truly make Virgin River her home.

The mark of a good show is when it leaves fans wanting more — and season 1 of Virgin River did just that. The heartwarming, Hallmark-worthy drama was full of twists and turns right up until the very end.

In Season 2 The Reel World Management-produced show picks up some time after “Mel” left the fictional and titular town at the end of the first season. Jack Sheridan (Martin Henderson), had just declared his love for Mel after learning that he is expecting a child with his friend with benefits, Charmaine (Lauren Hammersley).

Joining the regular cast is Grayson Gurnsey (Game On), who previously recurred in the first season. Gurnsey continues to portray ‘Ricky’, a clean-cut, nice-looking teenager who works at the local tavern owned by ‘Jack’ (Henderson), living with his grandmother after the loss of his parents. Upon the arrival of this beautiful newcomer into town, he struggles between being a good kid and finding the confidence to make his own choices. Tim Matheson, Annette O’Toole, Jenny Cooper, Colin Lawrence, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Sarah Dugdale and Daniel Gillies also star.

Fans of Virgin River have been (not-so-) patiently waiting for almost a year to find out the release date for the second season of the romantic drama. Netflix announced in mid October that Season 2 of Virgin River will debut Friday, Nov. 27, right in time for the long Thanksgiving weekend. It will consist of 10 episodes.

Virgin River Season 2 | Official Trailer | Netflix

A Lovely Story…

George Moran is busy filming a role on Hallmark’s upcoming MOW ‘Playing Cupid’.

Scholastic Entertainment is developing three movies for cable’s Hallmark Channel, based on some of its popular books.


Scholastic plans to adapt “The Angel Tree” by Daphne Benedis-Grab; “You’re Bacon Me Crazy!” by Suzanne Nelson; and “Playing Cupid” by Jenny Meyerhoff for TV.

Playing Cupid” follows Clara Martinez, who has a knack for knowing when two people are right for each other.

“Heartwarming romances, emotional storytelling, and feel-good messages about family and tradition is a winning proposition for Hallmark Channel Original Movies,” said Bill Abbott, President & CEO, Crown Media Family Networks, in a statement.

“Novels to original movies have expanded our original movie lineup and the success of the Hallmark brand on TV, and we look forward to partnering with Scholastic and Basset Hound to create three new, soon-to-be classic rom com films.”

Karen is an amazing, passionate teacher. She connects with each student and tries to make their lives better. It’s time for the annual ABC business project and Karen wants all her students to do well, especially Clara, whose grades are lagging behind. David is a talented cook and restauranteur. He is a helicopter parent to Clara, and quite strict about getting her grades up in school. Clara has a knack for reading people and a good hunch about romance, so she sets up a successful match-making service. David and Karen initially butt heads over Clara’s project, but soon sparks !y and it brings them closer together. But can Clara make David and Karen see the love between them before it’s too late? And can she win the top prize for her project, despite the competition?

Based on the book by Jenny Meyerho”.

Director: David Weaver
Writer: Nina Weinman


Junnicia Lagoutin is busy shooting a role on a commercial spot for Bow Valley College.

Digital Regional release.

Project Synopsis:
The “Future” version finds the “Today” version of themselves while at the college for the express purpose of thanking them for their hard work and enrolling in Bow Valley College in the first place. In addition to merely thanking them the exchange includes a piece of advice or insight that only this future version of themselves could impart. The dynamic between them is like siblings/best friends.

A Million Little Things Season 3 Premiere – TONIGHT Thursday Nov 19!!

Watch CHANCE HURSTFIELD in A Million Little Things Season 3 which Premieres – TONIGHT!

Season 3 of A Million Little Things is premiering on Thursday, November 19 at 10 p.m. ET on ABC. As fans know, the season 2 finale ended on a scary note with Eddie getting struck by a car. A season 3 promo clip shows Katherine (Grace Park) calling Gary (James Roday Rodriguez) to let him know about the accident.

See Season 3 Promo….

Chance Hurstfield

The synopsis for the first episode of A Million Little Things Season 3 reads: “In the aftermath of Eddie’s car accident, Katherine [Grace Park] leans on their beloved group of friends for support. Meanwhile, Rome [Romany Malco] and Regina [Christina Moses] face a tough decision about the future of their family, and Delilah sees how her kids are thriving and wants the same for herself. Maggie [Allison Miller] jump starts her new life in Oxford, while Gary [James Roday Rodriguez] continues to navigate his new relationship with Darcy [Floriana Lima].”

Speaking in an interview with TVInsider, showrunner DJ Nash says of Eddie’s status coming into Season 3: “Katherine and Theo’s life will never be the same,” before hinting that the character is dead.”

However, that does not mean that Giuntoli is leaving the show. As the showrunner added: “Jon [Ron Livingston] died in the cold open up the pilot and Ron is still an active part of our series. We couldn’t imagine saying goodbye to David Giuntoli. Whether or not Eddie is actively part of their friends’ lives going forward is what our premiere’s all about.

Hunker Down For This One!

Monique Philips will be filming a role later this month in the sizzle reel for ‘Hunkered’.

Director: Kate Green
Writer: Deborah Heslop

BRIEF SYNOPSIS: The Arctic in 2040. The ice caps are drastically depleted, and despite ongoing global concern for climate change, countries have continued to ramp up fossil fuel extraction in the region. Oil has been flowing fast and cheap from the Arctic for the last twenty years—but it’s time to turn off the taps. Scientists have pinpointed the exact date by which all extraction must cease. After that, there’s no chance of saving the planet. The finding has inspired a controversial movement called Halt Day, which is regarded as either a sliver of hope or a recipe for disaster, depending who you ask.