Friday Night Lights (5 seasons, 2006–2011)Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen), Adrianne Palicki (Tyra Collette), Scott Porter (Jason Street), Minka Kelly (Lyla Garrity), Gaius Charles (Smash Williams)Season 3, episode 13, “Tomorrow Blues” (with the exception of Charles, who left in episode four, “Hello, Goodbye”; and Porter, who left in episode 7, “New York, New York”)They all graduated — sort of, this takes some explaining. Friday Night Lights is one of the few high-school-TV shows to commit to its setting rather than just its characters, which meant that, as the series characters aged into senior year, it had to reckon with their future all at once (except for Landry, who the series decided was one year younger than everyone else). Some characters returned to Dillon, Texas, occasionally, but, as happens in life, most everyone ended going in different directions. In order of increasing heartbreak:After sustaining an injury in playoffs with the … [Read more...] about What Happens When Actors Leave High-School-TV Shows?
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“[Walking Dead is] pulling their punches. By this time in the comic, so many more characters are dead and relationships have changed/formed. When Season 3 ended, I realized you simply can’t keep a zombie television show exciting forever if you are not willing to make good on the established stakes.” —Commenter jsowers … [Read more...] about Vulture Readers on What TV Shows They Divorced
Eamonn and Ruth have previously reiterated on This Morning that despite the social-distancing rules implemented by the government, they're exempt due to living in the same household. Eamonn, 60, assured viewers: "With regard to social distancing, don't bother phoning in and saying 'why are these two together' because we are together all day in the house, we live together." He continued: "And in case a lot of you don't know this, we actually do live together." … [Read more...] about TV stars breaking social distancing rules: Holly Willoughby, Alex Jones, Ruth Langsford and more
The small-screen British spy genre is packed with the most tonally divisive marvels under the sun — pick one show, and you’ll bear witness to a lady assassin stabbing a man to death with a needle. (Right in the skull!) Pick another, and a guy is giggling his way through the silliest MI-5 training imaginable. Whatever your taste, there’s spy-tastic technology and across-the-pond accents throughout this enticing queue of good ol’ fashioned espionage shows at your fingertips. Here are the best British spy series available to stream now. … [Read more...] about The Best British Spy Shows to Stream Right Now
Naga replied: "Hey Thomas - It is something we are aware of and trying to address - See-through masks etc - There is live signing on @BBCNews and subtitles can be turned on @BBCOne - As masks become more prevalent and required, perhaps the answer for live news is to keep subtitles turned on?" … [Read more...] about Viewers complain following major change to BBC Breakfast