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"Kung Fu": "Legacies" Star Olivia Liang Set to Lead CW Pilot

Blindspot creators Christina M. Kim and Martin Gero's reimagining of '70s cult actioner Kung Fu has cast Legacies star Olivia Liang in the lead role of Nicky Chen. The actress joins Jon Prasida (Hiding), Shannon Dang (The L Word), Eddie Liu (Silicon Valley), Tzi Ma (The Man In the High Castle), and Kheng Hua Tan (Crazy Rich […]

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"Kung Fu": Jon Prasida, Shannon Dang & Eddie Liu Join The CW Pilot

Blindspot creators Christina M. Kim and Martin Gero's reimagining of '70s cult actioner Kung Fu has added three new names to the potential series' pilot. Jon Prasida (Hiding), Shannon Dang (The L Word), and Eddie Liu (Silicon Valley) are set to join previously-announced castmates Tzi Ma (The Man In the High Castle) and Kheng Hua Tan (Crazy […]

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"Kung Fu": Tzi Ma, Kheng Hua Tan Join The CW's Series Reimagining Pilot

While Blindspot's Christina M. Kim and Martin Gero's reimagining of '70s cult actioner Kung Fu continues fighting for a spot on The CW's programming schedule, we're learning two new names joining the pilot. Tzi Ma (The Man In the High Castle) and Kheng Hua Tan (Crazy Rich Asians) have been cast as series regulars in […]

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"Kung Fu": The CW Gives Pilot Order for "Blindspot" Creators' '70s Series Reimagining

It's been a pretty good January 2020 for The CW, with a ton of renewals and two straight-to-series orders. Now that we've shifted into pilot season, the network is adding to its programming pilot line-up with Blindspot's Christina M. Kim and Martin Gero reimagining of '70s cult actioner Kung Fu. Executive produced by Arrowverse co-guru […]

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"Kung Fu": The CW Taps "Blindspot" Team for Female-Led Reimagining

The CW's run of revamping, rebooting, and/or reimagining (is it possible to do all three at once without creating a tear in the space-time continuum?) continues unabated, with the network looking to reimagine the David Carradine-starring 1970's television series Kung Fu with a female lead. One of the reasons for the decision we're sure had […]

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Marvel Teases Mysterious "Blind Spot" for Tomorrow, July 18th

With San Diego Comic-Con right around the corner, Marvel is breaking out the teasers. Today we've got one titled simply "Blind Spot," advertising tomorrow's date, showing a camera on the ground in a dark alleyway, covered in police tape. So what does it mean? There's a few characters it could be referring to. There's Blindspot, […]

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Daredevil #605 Review: The Over-the-Top Battle of City Hall

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wilson Fisk is on his feet again and demanding the seat of mayor back from Matt Murdock. Meanwhile, Daredevil, Father Jordan, and the Order of the Dragon are pinned down across town. However, their lucks change when they find a police horse stable. They use the horses to draw the Hand back to […]

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Daredevil #604 Review: No One Expects the Order of the Dragons

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Father Jordan expels the poison cloud from Mayor Matt Murdock's lungs, and he explains to the recovering Matt the order from which the Father hails. It is called the Order of the Dragon, and they fight supernatural threats like the Hand. They have been doing so for centuries, and he has more members […]

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Daredevil #603 Review: Slower but Still Full of Personality

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Daredevil finds Elektra attempting to leave New York, and the two are ambushed by the Hand. After the ninjas mysteriously withdraw, Matt convinces Elektra to stay in the city and join his fight against the Hand. After returning to city hall, Matt throws an even crazier idea at Foggy, and it involves the […]

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Daredevil #602 Review: Mayor Murdock and Chief of Staff Foggy

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Hand attack on New York continues, and Mayor Matt Murdock calls upon his closest friend to help in his hour of need: Foggy Nelson. Foggy tries to keep Matt in the office instead of facing the Hand as Daredevil, but Blindspot arrives and One Police Plaza comes under attack. Daredevil and Blindspot […]

NBC Renews Blindspot for a Fourth Season

The NBC series Blindspot has gotten a fourth season renewal today, keeping the adventures of the tattooed Jane Doe going for another round. The series, created by Martin Gero and exeutive produced by Gero, Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter, moved to Friday nights this season where it became one of the network's lowest rated series, […]

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Daredevil #600 Review: A Climactic Twist to 'Mayor Fisk'

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Daredevil and his allies assemble to spy on Mayor Fisk's criminal allies in the hopes of gaining enough information to depose the Kingpin. Things don't go quite as planned, and Daredevil leaves to confront Wilson Fisk once again. Elsewhere, Blindspot's battle with Muse is complicated by Sam's connection with the Hand returning to […]

Grey's Sarah Drew, Blindspot's Michelle Hurd Set for 'Cagney & Lacey'

Looks like what's ABC's loss could be CBS' gain in a very big way. Less than a week after it was announced that Grey's Anatomy star Sarah Drew would not be returning the show's expected 15th season, the actress has been tapped to join Michelle Hurd (Blindspot) as co-leads in CBS' reboot pilot for police […]

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Blindspot Casts Bill Nye the Science Guy as Patterson's Papa

Blindspot may be adding a new expert to the team to help solve the problems of Jane Doe's tattoos. At least that is one possibility as Bill Nye, most commonly referred to as "the Science Guy", will be appearing on an upcoming episode of the NBC series… but with an interesting twist. According to EW.com, […]

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Daredevil #599 Review: Compelling Character Building and Gritty Art

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Daredevil seeks out Muse while Mayor Fisk spins the murder of the six police officers as an attack from the Punisher. This furthers Fisk's anti-hero message. Deputy Mayor Matt Murdock tries to push him away from this tactic, but Fisk is determined to make superheroes the enemies of New York. Meanwhile, Blindspot intends […]

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Could Blindspot and Deception Ever Cross Over?

In an era of shared universes like Greg Berlanti's Arrowverse and Dick Wolf's Law & Order/Chicago, now when an executive producer gets a second show on the air, the question becomes: will they cross over? Danny Cannon has Gotham and the just-announced Metropolis, which would seem natural — except one is on Fox and the […]

The Umbrella Academy: Gerard Way, Fabio Moon Offer Filming Updates

If you're Netflix, then you take it as a good sign that you're only a week into filming your series adaptation of Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá's graphic novel series The Umbrella Academy and you've already won over an impressive new fan. Comic book artist Fábio Moon — twin brother of series' illustrator Bá — was able […]

Hulu's January 2018 Includes The Path Season 3, X-Files Season 11

A new year means a new influx of viewing options from your friendly neighborhood streaming service, as Hulu readies members for films and programs that range from culinary (Beat Bobby Flay, Cutthroat Kitchen) and karate (The Karate Kid) to bad men (Reservoir Dogs) and "bad" jokes (Spaceballs). Here'a Hulu's programming line-up for January 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7JhKCQnEqQ&t=28sVideo […]

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Daredevil #596 Review: Battle for the Soul of New York City

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] After their encounter and Daredevil jumping out the window, Mayor Wilson Fisk has ordered the NYPD to hunt down and apprehend the Man Without Fear. Worse yet, he has mobilized hero-hunter units with special equipment designed for the powered heroes of New York. Can Daredevil escape capture? The vast majority of the plot […]

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The Importance Of A Driving Mechanism In Television

Have you ever wondered why there are so many cop shows and medical dramas on television? It's not because the general populace really loves to watching the police and doctors work. It's the fact that both of those jobs lend themselves multiple stories. Just because a television series is good, it doesn't mean that there […]