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“Richard Jewell” Shows Nightmare of “Guilty Until Proven Innocent”

“Richard Jewell” Shows the Nightmare of “Guilty Until Proven Innocent”

Warner Bros. released the latest trailer for Richard Jewell, the biopic about the security guard who discovered a bomb in a discarded backpack at Olympic Park during the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. Originally called a hero, federal investigators later branded him a suspect, which created a firestorm of scrutiny from the FBI to his depiction […]

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Television: Still Whiter Than a Polar Bear in a Snowstorm [BC TV MELTDOWN-OPINION]

The number one problem with television today is a lack of diversity. What?!?! But what about hit shows like Black-ish, Atlanta, Fresh Off the Boat, Scandal, Empire, Superstore, The Good Place? First, most of those are critical successes, but not necessarily ratings successes. Indeed, the top rated scripted and reality shows are still over-whelmingly white, […]


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“Mindhunter” Season 2 Derives Method from the Madness [OFFICIAL TRAILER]

On August 16, Netflix‘s critically-acclaimed Mindhunter is set to return to the streaming service for its second-season return after some time away. After a series of teasers and a righteous amount of preview images, viewers are getting a fuller look at writer and executive producer David Fincher‘s series with the release of the series’ official […]

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“Mindunter” Season 2 Gets Deadly “Complicated” for Ford, Tench & Carr [TEASER]

In less than three weeks, Netflix‘s critically-acclaimed Mindhunter is set to return to the streaming service with a second-season premiere on August 16. Now we’re getting a brief teaser writer and executive producer David Fincher‘s series, which gives us a better sense of just how “Complicated” things are going to get for Jonathan Groff’s F.B.I. […]

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“Mindhunter” Season 2: Netflix Offers Preview – But You Had to Work For It [IMAGES]

After nearly a two year wait, Netflix‘s critically-acclaimed Mindhunter is set to return to the streaming service on August 16. Now we’re getting a look at writer and executive producer David Fincher‘s returning series, thanks to the fine folks at Entertainment Weekly – but it wasn’t easy. Netflix created an interactive press site that made […]

“The Walking Dead”: AMC’s Sarah Barnett Comments on Georgia Abortion Ban

Following up on the company’s statement that it will “reevaluate” its presence in the state if Georgia’s new abortion law goes into effect, AMC Entertainment Networks boss Sarah Barnett offered her thoughts on moving The Walking Dead and how she sees the matter as a civil rights issue during an interview the Banff World Media […]

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‘Mindhunter’ Season 2: EP Charlize Theron Confirms August Return; More Updates

Believe it or not, it was November 2017 when Netflix first announced it had renewed critically-acclaimed serial killer drama Mindhunter for a second season. Since then, things have been… let’s say a little quiet. But now, we’re getting some updates that should have viewers scouting out the streaming service’s “Endless Scroll” very soon: ● Executive […]

The Bleeding Cool Top 25 TV Influencers 2019 Countdown: #10-#6

Andy Kaufman scared the living hell out of me when I was ten – and I’ve been thankful for it ever since. When I was growing up, there were four gospels to Friday nights. Bedtime set at 8 p.m. No debate. No discussion. Dad would pass out in his recliner after working shifts at the […]

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FX CEO John Landgraf on ‘Deadpool’ Animated Series: Marvel “Didn’t Want to Do the Show That Donald and Stephen [Glover] Wrote”

When news broke in March 2018 that FX was not going forward with its animated adult action-comedy series Marvel’s Deadpool from Atlanta‘s Donald Glover and writer Stephen Glover, fans were wondering how what seemed like a no-brainer programming-wise could fall apart. Serving as an adaptation of the hit Marvel character, the project received a 10-episode straight-to-series […]

Here are the 2018 Television Critics Association (TCA) Award Nominations

Doesn’t it feel like we JUST completed awards season? This morning the Television Critics Association (TCA) revealed their list of nominees for the 2018 round of awards. There are some no-brainer shows and performers listed, and some sad surprises. The ceremony will take place on Saturday August 4th, with Robin Thede hosting. *** PROGRAM OF […]

1 Female Writer out of 12: Variety’s A Night in the Writers’ Room Event

It appears that Variety’s A Night in the Writers’ Room event happening on June 14th has one lone female tv series writer out of the gathered 12. I thought we were getting better about this, Hollywood folks. The annual event will mix writers from both drama and comedy genres in a discussion about their processes […]

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AMC Sued for Wrongful Death of Walking Dead Stuntman John Bernecker

The family and estate for late The Walking Dead stuntman John Bernecker have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against AMC, more than six months after Bernecker was killed while filming the eighth season of the hit series. Susan Bernecker — John’s mother — and his estate filed a civil suit late Tuesday in Georgia state court seeking a […]

‘SNL’, ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’, And ‘Big Little Lies’ Lead 2017 Emmy Winners

From rolling Spicers and backup-dancing handmaids to Dolly Parton dropping vibrator jokes and Elizabeth Moss dropping f-bombs, the 69th Annual Primetime Emmys happened Sunday night. In between the tsunami of Donald Trump jokes (which, if you had it as a rule in your Emmys drinking game, you would’ve passed out about 10 minutes deep into the show) […]

Hurricane Irma Shuts Down Walking Dead, Avengers 4, Ant-Man And The Wasp

Even though Hurricane Irma was downgraded from a Category 4/5 to a tropical storm, the storm left unimaginable damage in its wake. And while news of the storm’s diminishing strength is a bit of a silver lining, Tropical Storm Irma still packs enough of a punch to continue to do serious damage to the mainland. […]

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Dragon Con Offers Full Streaming Membership For 2017

Labor Day Weekend is one of the most densely populated convention and event weekends in the country, and Atlanta’s Dragon Con is one of the top destinations for the nerdy and geeky alike. 2017 will see Dragon Con’s 3oth year (31st event, actually), and the second for online streaming of events. One of the highlights […]

What Did Hope Nicholson Do When A Comic Con Cancelled On Her?

What happens when a comic convention you are attending cancels on you? That was Hope Nicholson’s situation when Wizard World cancelled their Atlanta show this month – and she had already bought nonrefundable tickets to the show and her Secret Loves Of Geek Girls books had already been shipped to the venue. Which is where friend-of-Bleeding […]


Captain America 3 Shooting From April, In Puerto Rico, Berlin And Atlanta

Does the rounds, promoting their new movie Black Or White, Anthony Mackie and Kevin Coster popped up on B96 Chicago. That’s Antony Mackie of Sam Wilson, Captain America fame. When asked about that upcoming threequel, Captain America: Civil War, he said… [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZda4NErErw[/youtube] “We start shooting in April so it’s going to be a lot of flyin […]

Ant-Man Casting Call For The Atlanta Area

We’ve covered most other Marvel Studios movies today, so it seems we need an Ant-Man story and we found one. The movie is schedule to film in Atlanta, Georgia in the new Pinewood Studios complex and casting directors are looking to fill several roles in the upcoming film. Here is the casting call from New […]