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Bonnie & Clyde Is Headed Onto Blu-ray And DVD Next Month
The gun-toting protagonists in Bonnie & Clyde managed to intrigue over 9.8 million viewers when the miniseries premiered across three networks on Sunday night. It’s unusual for a miniseries to announce a Blu-ray and DVD release before the project has finished its run, but Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is capitalizing on the current popularity of the TV event.
Bonnie & Clyde Part 1 Earns Big Numbers For Lifetime, History And A&E
Don’t mess with Bonnie & Clyde! The numbers are in and the first part of the A+E miniseries secured itself 9.8 million viewers spread out over the three networks that aired the TV movie. Of A&E, Lifetime and History, it was History that came out on top though not by a drastic margin. The second part of Bonnie & Clyde will air tonight.
Bonnie & Clyde Review: History, Lifetime And A&E's Engaging Miniseries Debuts Sunday
The story of Bonnie and Clyde is far from a fairytale, and director Bruce Beresford doesn’t try to present it as one in the TV miniseries that showcases the two notorious criminals. Starring Holliday Grainger and Emile Hirsch as the titular Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, Bonnie & Clyde delivers a story that’s entertaining, suspenseful and engrossing all at once, without relying entirely on glamour or flashy bank robbery scenes to draw interest.
Flowers In The Attic Trailer Teases Key Moments From V.C. Andrews' Book
Earlier today we got our first look of Lifetime’s adaptation of V.C. Andrews’ Flowers in the Attic in the form of a still from the TV movie, which will debut on the cable channel in January. This evening Lifetime has posted a trailer, which gives us a few glimpses of this dark and incestuous tale.
Flowers In The Attic Lifetime Movie Gets A January Premiere Date And A First Look Photo
Those eager to see Lifetime’s adaptation of VC Andrews’ Flowers in the Attic should mark their calendars for January 18, as that’s when the cable channel has scheduled the TV movie. Along with this news comes the above photo, which shows us the Dresden dolls in all their glory. Well, maybe not so much glory, as the Buttercups are looking pretty wiped out.
The Client List Won't Be Returning For Season 3
Well guys, it’s official. Jennifer Love Hewitt will no longer be parading around in her underwear and setting up appointments for dudes to receive happy endings in a massage parlor. Not on Lifetime, at least. The network did not move forward with a third season renewal of The Client List when it was expected to this past June, and now it turns out the show won’t ever be hitting the schedule, as Lifetime has officially given the drama the axe.
Drop Dead Diva Renewed For Season 6
There was a point in time when it was looking like Drop Dead Diva’s fate was sealed. In fact, Lifetime cancelled the series after its fourth season, leaving viewers hanging after a potentially major twist was thrown in during the Season 4 closer. But things got worked out and the drama returned for Season 5, which began airing back in June and recently returned for its second half earlier this month.
Betty White's Off Their Rockers Returning To TV On Lifetime
When a television series gets canceled, there’s always the chance that show might get revived on another channel, especially if a fanbase is truly clamoring for that show to return. Interestingly, the latest show that is set to return to the schedule did not have as much of a cult following, at least that I’m aware of. Regardless, Betty White’s Off Their Rockers is expected to return to the schedule in 2014, thanks to a bid from Lifetime.
Witches Of East End Review: Lifetime's Bewitching New Drama Premieres Sunday
It's no secret that Lifetime aims their content toward a largely female audience, but just as no two women are exactly alike, it stands to reason that Lifetime would aim for diversity with regards to their scripted content. From Army Wives to Drop Dead Diva, Devious Maids and The Client List, none of these series is much like the with the exception of their mutual focus on women.
First Bonnie & Clyde Trailer Teases Guns And Garters
We’ve been hearing about The History Channel, Lifetime and A&E’s joint miniseries venture, Bonnie & Clyde, for months and months. The new miniseries stars Holliday Grainger and Emile Hirsch as the notorious couple, who engaged in low-end theft but became famous thanks to the couple’s relationship and Bonnie’s wild sex appeal.
Why Project Runway's Season 12 Real Woman Challenge Was A Breath Of Fresh Air
In Season 12, we’ve seen partnerships go awry, as usual, but this week the remaining contestants really went out of their way to help make over a few Project Runway superfans, which may be a first example of a smooth "real women" challenge in PR history, or at least a good example of the show's stars being on their best behavior and working as hard as possible to create a commercial look to fit the real-life fan’s specifications.
How Tim Gunn Has Kept Project Runway From Having A True Villain In Season 12
Season 12 of Project Runway has been full of petty infights, emotional breakdowns, and a few seriously threatening outbursts. None of this is unusual for Project Runway, or reality competitions in general, but the number of instances of duress have been pretty incredible, with freakouts occurring every couple of episodes. Typically, when this happens it means a villain can be found within the cast, but not this year. In Season 12, we have people who talk the talk and then meekly turn tail and apologize.
Orphan Black's Dylan Bruce Joins Lifetime's Flowers In The Attic
Lifetime's Flowers in the Attic adaptation has added one more to its cast. Orphan Black's Dylan Bruce has signed on for the TV movie, playing the role of Bart Winslow, the eventual husband to Heather Graham's Corrine. In addition to Graham, he joins previously cast Ellen Burstyn, Mason Dye and Kiernan Shipka.
Flowers In The Attic TV Movie Casts Mad Men's Kiernan Shipka As Cathy, Mason Dye As Chris
After learning that Lifetime was planning on adapting V.C. Andrews' book Flowers in the Attic, we were left to wonder who would play the lead roles of Chris and Cathy, the two older siblings among a foursome of kids locked away in the attic of a mansion while their mother attempts to regain her inheritance.
Nicholas Sparks' Deliverance Creek Headed To Pilot At Lifetime
Though he’s a novelist first and foremost, Nicholas Sparks is also the master of romantic movies, and has been gunning pretty hard to bring stories with his signature touch into the TV universe. Back in October, his production company, aptly named Nicholas Sparks Prods., sold three TV projects to different networks. One of these projects was bought by Lifetime, and now that network is moving forward with the project to pilot.
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