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07/27/2017  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Britt Robertson Cast in “For The People”

Congratulations to Britt for nailing another role!

The project, written by Paul William Davies, is set in the Southern District of New York Federal Court, aka “The Mother Court,” and follows brand-new lawyers working for both the defense and the prosecution as they handle the most high-profile and high-stakes cases in the country – all as their personal lives intersect.

Robertson will play Sandra, a sensible, fiercely intelligent and independent new public defender who was driven to the law because of an injustice perpetrated on her family when she was a child. She replaces Britne Oldford, who played the role in the pilot.

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07/26/2017  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on GirlBoss Episode Screencaps and Promotional Images

Captures of all 13 episodes as well as promotional images from the show have been added to the image gallery!

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06/25/2017  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on GirlBoss Cancelled at Netflix

Netflix has opted not to renew freshman comedy series Girlboss for a second season. The show, inspired by Sophia Amoruso’s popular autobiography, starred Britt Robertson and Ellie Reed. Its 13-episode first season debuted on April 21.

Written/executive produced by Pitch Perfect scribe Kay Cannon and directed by Christian Ditter, Girlboss hailed from Charlize Theron’s Denver & Delilah production company. It centered on Sophia (Robertson), a rebellious, broke anarchist who refuses to grow up. She stumbles upon her passion of selling vintage clothes online and becomes an unlikely businesswoman.

The short run of Girlboss follows the recent high-profile cancellations of big-budget Netflix drama series The Get Down after one season and Sense8 after two seasons.

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07/02/2014  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Under the Dome 2.01 Heads Will Roll Screen Captures

I have added captures of Britt from this week’s Under the Dome to the gallery.

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06/25/2014  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Under the Dome: 2.01 Heads Will Roll Sneak Peeks


06/20/2014  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Under the Dome: 4 Reasons Why the Season 2 Premiere Is a Must-See

Not caught up with the sci-fi drama Under the Dome yet? Better get on that, because the Season 2 premiere is coming up fast: June 30. The series comes straight from the brain of thriller legend Stephen King, which is enough reason to watch on its own — after all, he brought us Carrie, The Shining, and many other horror classics, not to mention the TV miniseries The Stand.

In case you’re already convinced, as you should be, make sure you don’t miss the premiere. Set a reminder with NextGuide!

Still in need of some persuasion? Here are four reasons why you must tune in for Under the Dome’s big Season 2 premiere: “Heads Will Roll.”

1. Stephen King Himself Wrote the Episode. As if it weren’t enough to write the novel of Under the Dome, Stephen is signed on as executive producer of the series — but he’s taking the Season 2 premiere to the next level by writing it personally. He also makes a cameo appearance in the episode as a diner patron.

2. Two Characters Die. This isn’t necessarily a thing to be excited about, we know. But do you really want to miss an episode with two big sendoffs? Apparently, the deaths are “Dome favorites.”

3. You’ll Get to Meet New Characters. Right off the bat, we’ll meet Sam Verdreaux, Big Jim’s (Dean Norris) brother-in-law, played by Eddie Cahill (CSI:NY). We’re not sure exactly when at least three other new characters arrive, but we imagine we’ll meet one or two of ’em during the premiere. Here’s who we know about: Pauline, possibly Pauline Rennie (Junior’s mom), played by ER’s Sherry Stringfield, and schoolteacher Rebecca Pine — plus Melanie, a potential love interest for Joe (Colin Ford) played by Grace Victoria Cox. (Sidenote: Grace is real-life buds with MacKenzie Lintz, who plays Norrie!)

4. You Get to Play Along With the Internet. Place your bets, people! (Monopoly money, because we’re wholesome like that.) Fans are full of theories about the nature of the Dome and hidden meanings in the series, and nothing enhances your viewing experience like a little high-stakes idea-trading. Vulture rounded up some of the best ones, including, but not limited to: Angie’s (Britt Robertson) actually dead (“The Sixth Sense Theory”), aliens are saving the town from an earth-destroying catastrophic event, and that the dome itself is alive. Don’t miss out on the triumph of mega-fans being proved right, and the crushing defeat of others.

Under the Dome premieres Monday, June 30 at 10 p.m. ET/PT (9 p.m. CT) on CBS.

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