Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Television

TORONTO (AP) - It comes as something of a shock to be talking with Adam Driver and hear so little cursing. Nothing is thrown. No explicit sexual act is performed.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - A Teamsters security guard working on TNT's "Falling Skies" in Vancouver was killed by an unattended truck Monday night on the set, Variety has confirmed.
NEW YORK (AP) - Daytime's "The View" revealed its latest makeover Monday, opening the post-Barbara Walters era with a new set, new boss, mostly new team and a promise to be provocative again.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Queen Latifah is making changes in her daytime talk show for its second season. The biggest, she said, involves her.
PARIS (AP) - Video-streaming giant Netflix has launched in France as part of a push to tap six new European markets.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Young comedian Pete Davidson will join "Saturday Night Live" as a featured player, a spokeswoman for the program confirmed Monday, bringing into sharper focus the venerable late-night program's lineup as it prepares to enter its landmark 40th season on the air.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - "The View" has always been one of those shows with an inordinately high media coverage-to-viewer ratio, and the latest reboot - including what's rather prematurely billed in ABC's publicity as Rosie O'Donnell's "triumphant return to daytime television" -- is no exception.
The new TV season stumbles out of the gate with two ambitious but flawed series opening on Wednesday night. Red Band Society (9 p.m. on Fox29) is a teen sobber about the live-in pediatric patients at Ocean Park Hospital in Los Angeles. They're in there with a variety of grave diseases, including one boy (I kid you not) in a coma. And he has the best lines in the show (again, not kidding)!
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Sick kids, powerful women, a "black-ish" family and a pregnant virgin all figure in our fall favorites.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Joan Rivers had a lot to keep her busy before her Sept. 4 death -- including an appearance on Jerry Seinfeld's webseries "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," Seinfeld revealed in a Facebook post on Monday.