'Days of our Lives' Spoilers - Week of February 4

January 31, 2019
Here's a look at what's ahead for the citizens of Salem next week on "Days of our Lives." The Emmy-Award winning soap airs weekdays on NBC. 

Monday, February 4
John is shocked to realize he knows Leo's mom
Claire tries to win back Tripp
Chloe and Stefan find themselves in a dangerous situation when Chloe's past comes back to haunt her
While being held at the cabin, Ciara encounters a familiar face

Tuesday, February 5
Hope accuses Ben of abducting Ciara
Ciara begs Jordan to help her escape
Stefan risks his life to save Chloe's
Julie tries to persuade Abigail to forgive Chad 

Wednesday, February 6
Abigail confides to Jordan about her encounter with Ben
Leo and Diana discuss Leo's big secret
Rex and Sarah recommit to their relationship
John confides to Roman that Leo might be his son

Thursday, February 7
Abigail discovers Charlotte is missing
Chad confronts Stefan about Charlotte's kidnapping
Brady and Stefan both offer Chloe a place to stay
Sarah tries to make amends with Eric

Friday, February 8
Chad desperately searches for Charlotte and lashes out at Ben
Jack tries to reach out to Abigail
JJ and Haley share their first kiss
Ciara attempts to trick her captor

'The Bold and the Beautiful' Spoilers - Week of February 4

Annika Noelle stars as Hope Logan Spencer on The Bold and the Beautiful, airing weekdays on CBS.
Photo: CBS
Take a look at all of the drama coming up next week on "The Bold and the Beautiful" airing weekdays on CBS.

Monday, February 4                                                                  
Zoe is taken aback when Reese makes an announcement about their immediate future
Sparks fly and emotion runs high when Hope holds Steffy’s adopted baby daughter for the first time

Tuesday, February 5                                                                       
Suspicious of the circumstances surrounding the adoption, Ridge interrogates Taylor and Steffy
Zoe comes face-to-face with Flo while searching for clues about her father’s recent departure

Wednesday, February 6                                                           
Zoe pressures Flo with questions and Flo redirects each one
Brooke pays a surprise visit to Steffy and questions Taylor’s connection to her baby’s birth mother

Thursday, February 7                                                                   
Liam finally breaks down and expresses his feelings of guilt to Hope regarding the loss of Beth
Wyatt and Sally query Steffy after noting a resemblance between Kelly and the new baby       
Friday,  February 8                                                              
Doubting Flo’s story, Zoe pays her another visit, this time with explosive results
Unable to get the child off of her mind, Hope asks Liam to take her to Steffy’s to visit the baby

First Look Photo: 'Minamata' starring Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp as celebrated war photographer W. Eugene Smith ©️ 2019 Larry Horricks

Principal Photography has begun on "Minamata," directed by filmmaker, writer, and acclaimed artist Andrew Levitas and starring three-time Academy-Award nominee and Golden Globe winner Johnny Depp as celebrated war photographer W. Eugene Smith. 

W. Eugene Smith Photographing a Fishing Village in Minamata (1973)
Photo: ©️ 2019 Takeshi Ishikawa

Developed by Depp’s production entity Infinitum Nihil, Depp will also produce the film. 

Bill Nighy has joined the cast of Minamata which will co-star Minami (Vision), acclaimed actor Hiroyuki Sanada (Avengers: Endgame, Westworld, Mr. Holmes, The Twilight Samurai), Tadanobu Asano (Silence, The Outsider, Thor, Midway), Ryo Kase (Letters from Iwo Jima, Restless, Silence, Like Someone in Love), and Jun Kunimura (Kill Bill: Vol 1 and 2, Midway).  The famed Yôko Narahashi (Earthquake Bird, Unbroken) is the casting director on the film which is currently underway in locations in Japan, Serbia, and Montenegro.

Minamata is based on the book by Aileen Mioko Smith and W. Eugene Smith and adapted by David K. Kessler (A Hard Day’s Day). The redemptive thriller, a real-life David versus Goliath story, pits Smith against a powerful corporation responsible for poisoning the people of Minamata - Japan in 1971.

Watch: 'The Red Line' Trailer starring Noah Wylie coming to CBS

January 30, 2019
Check out the trailer for the upcoming CBS series "The Red Line."

"The Red Line" is an eight-episode event series that follows three very different Chicago families as they journey toward hope and healing after a tragedy connects them all. On the north side of Chicago, Daniel Calder is a high school history teacher mourning the death of his husband, an African American doctor who was shot by a white cop. As Daniel tries to comfort their grieving daughter, Jira Calder-Brennan, the two butt heads when she decides to search for her birth mother against his wishes. Daniel seeks comfort in his colleague – and Jira’s teacher – Liam Bhatt.

On the south side, Tia Young scours news of the shooting, torn between her political ambition of running for alderman and risking it all to comfort the daughter she gave up for adoption as a teen. Tia’s husband, Ethan Young, a red line train operator and devoted father to their 6-year-old son, champions her running for office, but cautions her about connecting with Jira.

 On the west side, police officer Paul Evans is horrified that he shot an innocent man, conflicted about the circumstances around how it happened and worried about the public and legal fallout. His police partner, Victoria “Vic” Renna, whose loyalty may have driven her to go too far to protect him, and his brother, Jim Evans, a volatile former cop confined to a wheelchair after being shot in the line of duty, may cause more harm than good in their attempts to help him. As the stories of the Calder, Young and Evans families converge, a positive message surfaces: it’s possible to emerge from tragedy stronger than before, and it’s important to come together with others, not just to survive, but to thrive.

The series is executive produced by Greg Berlanti and Ava DuVernay

The series premieres on CBS on April 28.


'The Good Fight' Premieres March 14

CBS All Access today announced that the third season of its critically acclaimed original drama series "The Good Fight" will premiere on Thursday, March 14. New episodes of "The Good Fight's" 10-episode third season will be available on demand weekly on Thursdays exclusively for CBS All Access subscribers. The announcement was made at CBS' biannual Television Critics Association presentation.

In addition, the official trailer and key art for Season 3 of "The Good Fight" were revealed during the series' TCA panel which featured a conversation with co-creators and executive producers Robert and Michelle King and cast members Christine Baranski, Audra McDonald and Michael Sheen.

The world went crazy in "The Good Fight's" second season, and now, in season three, the resistance does. Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) tries to figure out whether you can resist a crazy administration without going crazy yourself, while Adrian Boseman (Delroy Lindo) and Liz Reddick-Lawrence (Audra McDonald) struggle with a new post-factual world where the lawyer who tells the best story triumphs over the lawyer with the best facts. Meanwhile, Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) balances a new baby with a new love, and Maia Rindell (Rose Leslie) finds a new Mephistopheles in Roland Blum (Michael Sheen), a lawyer who is corruption incarnate.

The cast of THE GOOD FIGHT includes Christine Baranski, Cush Jumbo, Rose Leslie, Audra McDonald, Sarah Steele, Michael Boatman, Nyambi Nyambi, Michael Sheen and Delroy Lindo.

Robert and Michelle King serve as showrunners and executive producers of the series, which they co-created with Phil Alden Robinson. Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, Liz Glotzer, Brooke Kennedy and William Finkelstein also serve as executive producers. The series is produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Scott Free Productions and King Size Productions. The series is distributed worldwide by CBS Studios International.

CBS All Access' growing slate of original series currently include THE GOOD FIGHT, NO ACTIVITY, STRANGE ANGEL and TELL ME A STORY. CBS All Access' slate of original series will continue to expand with the addition of the previously announced reimagining of THE TWILIGHT ZONE and the new series WHY WOMEN KILL, with additional programming to be announced. CBS All Access is also the exclusive domestic home to STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, STAR TREK: LOWER DECKS and a new untitled "Star Trek" series featuring Sir Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard.


'The Masked Singer' Renewed For Season 2

FOX is renewing the new celebrity competition series "The Masked Singer," this season's #1 new series and #1 unscripted show, which captivated a massive audience of more than 17 million multi-platform viewers for its debut episode. Based on an international hit, "The Masked Singer" features celebrities facing off against one another with one major twist: each singer is shrouded from head to toe in an elaborate costume, complete with full face mask to conceal his or her identity. Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke serve on the panel, playing detective alongside series host Nick Cannon.

"The response to "The Masked Singer" has been fantastic and we are thrilled to bring it back for another season," said Rob Wade, President, Alternative Entertainment and Specials, Fox Broadcasting Company. "I am so happy to see a singing Peacock burst into pop culture! "The Masked Singer" is unique, bold, original and embraces the DNA of all the best FOX unscripted shows. We look forward to Season Two being even more fun, weird and wonderful than the first."

"The Masked Singer" premiere has delivered 17.6 million Multi-Platform viewers to date, FOX's most-watched unscripted debut in 11 years, while its 3.6 million viewers across Hulu and FOX NOW mark the network's most-streamed episode ever.

In tonight's all-new episode, "Mix and Masks," airing 9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT, on FOX, the competition shuffles as RABBIT, UNICORN, ALIEN and LION hit the stage to perform again with all-new clues. A special two-hour finale of "The Masked Singer" airs Wednesday, Feb. 27 from 8:00-10:00 ET/PT on FOX.

Between all of the celebrity competitors on the show, they've amassed 65 Grammy nominations, 16 multi-Platinum albums, 16 Emmy nominations, nine Broadway shows, four stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and four Super Bowl titles. With each performance, the host, panelists, audience, viewers and even the other contestants are left guessing who is singing behind the mask. The singers may attempt to throw the crowd off of their scent, while keen observers might pick up on tiny hints buried throughout the show. One singer will be eliminated each week, ultimately revealing his or her true identity. It's not a "whodunit," it's a "whosungit!"

Watch: 'Hanna' - Super Bowl Ad - Prime Video

Amazon has released the trailer for "Hanna," a series coming to the streaming network in March. 

The ad will run during Superbowl 53 this Sunday. 

Check it out below:

"Be the girl no one saw coming." 

Following the Big Game, the first episode of HANNA will be available exclusively to Prime members for 24 hours. Full Season Coming March.

The song featured is called "Bullet With Butterfly Wings" performed by Karen O, originally by the Smashing Pumpkins: https://amazonstudios.lnk.to/KarenO-BulletWithButterflyWingsID

10th Annual Indie Series Awards (ISA10) Nominations - (Complete List)

The Indie Series Awards nominations were announced for the event's 10th annual ceremony. The awards will be handed out on April 3 at The Colony Theatre in Los Angeles.  

Check out the complete list of nominees below.

Best Drama Series
After Forever
Conversations in L.A.
In Absentia
The New 30
Only Children
Riley Parra 
What's Your Status

Best Directing - Drama
After Forever, Jennifer Pepperman
Conversations in L.A., Anne Marie Cummings
Giants, Xavier Burgin
In Absentia, Jessica Silvetti & Ethan Kogan
Only Children, Danny Wascou
Riley Parra, Christin Baker

Best Writing - Drama
After, Joshua Schubart
After Forever, Michael Slade & Kevin Spirtas
Conversations in L.A., Anne Marie Cummings
Giants, J. August Richards
Only Children, Danny Wascou
What's Your Status, Sandeep Balan

Best Lead Actor - Drama
James Bland, Giants  
Adam Henry Garcia, Yes We Candidate
Joshua Schubart, After
Kevin Spirtas, After Forever
Gustavo Velasquez, Conversations in L.A.
Wayne Wilcox, Only Children

Best Lead Actress - Drama
Vanessa Baden Kelly, Giants
Anne Marie Cummings, Conversations in L.A.
Marem Hassler, Riley Parra
Cady Huffman, After Forever
Keylor Leigh, Only Children
Marie Wilson, Ladies of the Lake: Return to Avalon

Best Supporting Actor - Drama
Finn Douglas, After Forever
Aden Hakimi, Yes We Candidate
Brian Michael, After  
Terrence Terrell, Giants
Mansa Wakili, Giants
Alex Wyse, Only Children

Best Supporting Actress - Drama
Dralla Aierken, Only Children
Erin Cherry, After Forever
Caranita "Bird" Harrelson, Lovers Lane
Kate Huffman, The New 30
Tanee McCall, Giants
Joy McElveen, Giants

Best Guest Actor - Drama
Michael Chinyamurindi, Giants
Lou Diamond Phillips, Conversations in L.A.
Mark Harelik, Only Children
Mike McGowan, After Forever
Michael Satow, Yes We Candidate
Lenny Wolpe, After Forever

Best Guest Actress - Drama
Patrika Darbo, Ladies of the Lake: Return to Avalon
Anita Gillette, After Forever
Lauren B. Martin, Anacostia  
Kelsey Scott, Giants
Marina Sirtis, Riley Parra
Terra Strong, Conversations in L.A. 

Best Ensemble - Drama
After Forever
The New 30
Only Children
What's Your Status

Best Comedy Series
190 Lorimer
The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish
Does It Fart
Indoor Boys
My 90-Year-Old Roommate
The Rich and the Ruthless

Best Directing - Comedy
The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish, Mike Fly
Awkwardly, Jessica Alexandra Green
Fam Club, Nick Casalini
Geoff and the Ninja, Jonathan Chuby & Jeremy Abbott
My 90-Year-Old Roommate, Sebastian Cluer
The Rich and the Ruthless, Victoria Rowell

Best Writing - Comedy
#Adulting, Thandi Tolmay & Ben Baur
The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish, Brooks Gray & Morgan Waters
Does It FartStephen Senders
Indoor Boys, Wesley Taylor & Alex Wyse
My 90-Year-Old Roommate, Ethan Cole, David Lipson & Josh Shultz
The Rich and the Ruthless, Victoria Rowell & Victoria Christopher Murray

Best Lead Actor - Comedy
Ben Baur, #Adulting
James Franco, Ozara and Katessa
Caleb Leach, Three Year Letterman
Peyton R. Perrine II, Funny Married Stuff
Paul Soles, My 90-Year-Old Roommate  
Alex Wyse, Indoor Boys

Best Lead Actress - Comedy
Nikki Coble, Awkwardly
Holly Earl, Two Housemates
Muriel Montgomery, Fam Club
Lony'e Perrine, Funny Married Stuff
Alesha Reneé, The Rich and the Ruthless
Thandi Tolmay, #Adulting

Best Supporting Actor - Comedy
Chris Barnett, 190 Lorimer
Chris George, Wholesome Foods, I Love You... Is That OK?
Chris Robinson, The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish
Wesley Taylor, Indoor Boys
Michael Tacconi, Indoor Boys
Ryan Wesen, 190 Lorimer

Best Supporting Actress - Comedy
Alaina Beauloye, That '80s Guy
Carolee Carmello, Indoor Boys
Inessa Frantowski, The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish
Linda Kash, The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish
Irene Roseen, The Rich and the Ruthless
Samara Stern, Wholesome Foods, I Love You... Is That OK?
Best Guest Actor - Comedy
Frankie Grande, Indoor Boys
Kyle Harris, Indoor Boys
Michael Kostroff, Indoor Boys
Brando Robinson, This Eddie Murphy Role is Mine, Not Yours
Pat Thornton, The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish
Verne Troyer, My 90-Year-Old Roommate  

Best Guest Actress - Comedy
Veanne Cox, Indoor Boys
Celeste Den, Funny Married Stuff
Denise Reed, 190 Lorimer
Krysta Rodriguez, Indoor Boys
Rana Roy, Indoor Boys
Connie Wang, Wholesome Foods, I Love You... Is That OK?

Best Ensemble - Comedy
190 Lorimer
The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish
Funny Married Stuff
Indoor Boys
The Rich and the Ruthless
Two Housemates

Best Cinematography
The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish, Curtis Galindo-Orozco
Conversations in L.A., Sebastian Heinrich
Damaged, Ben Lichty
In Absentia, Dennis Zanatta
Only Children, Brandon Musselman
Riley Parra, David Chung

Best Editing
After, Andrew Nielson
Does It Fart, Richard Rotter
Geoff and the Ninja, Jeremy Abbott
Giants, Angelica Lopez
My 90-Year-Old Roommate, Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux
What's Your Status, Nitesh Varma

Best Costume Design
After Forever, Jennifer Kirschman
The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish, Vanessa Fischer
Asunder The Series, James Corvino and Jay Villafane
Geoff and the Ninja, Cori Ramsay
Giants, Apuje Kalu
Riley Parra, Katie Mitchell

Best Makeup
The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish, Jessica Panetta
Ozara and Katessa, Darci Snider & Nana Fischer
Geoff and the Ninja, Sabrina Mori
Roads to Keystone, George Barr
After Forever, Angela-Lynn Ware
Unconditional Love, Tanya Cabral

Best Production Design
After, Charlie "Chaspooley" Robinson
After Forever, Scott Michael Salame
The Amazing Gayl Pile: Apocalypse Soonish, Rosalie Mackintosh & Ashley Devereux
Does It Fart, Anne Douris
Giants, Roscoe Spears
Riley Parra, Cassandra Vance

Best Special/Visual Effects
190 Lorimer, Dustin Knoop
Does It Fart, Ryan Lussing, Michael Sauro, Timothy Stevens-Eustace & Ilya Schwarz
Geoff and the Ninja, Jeremy Abbott
Rebecca Gold, LHRL
Riley Parra, Lucy Burton
Tales from the Murder Room, King Jeff

Best Original Score
After, Miles Ito
Geoff and the Ninja, Curtis Abriel
Giants, Austin Wintory
In Absentia, Marc Timón
People Watching, David Dedourek
Rebecca Gold, Neil Myers