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NBC Renews Five Shows; Is Constantine TV Series One Of It? Find Out More Here

Five shows will be coming back in NBC for the 2015-2016 season.

The network has named the TV series they will renew and the list is actually not that surprising. In a report by the Hollywood Reporter, NBC reportedly renewed “The Blacklist” for a third season, “Chicago Fire” for its fourth, “Chicago PD” for its third, “Law & Order: SVU” for season 17, and “Grimm” getting its fifth. Among the titles whose fates are yet to be decided are “Mysteries of Laura,” “State of Affairs,” “Allegiance,” “Marry Me,” “Odyssey,” “One Big Happy,” and “Constantine.”

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R.I.P. Star Wars actor Richard Bonehill

Actor and expert swordsman Richard Bonehill, best known for several uncredited roles in the Star Wars sequels, has died. He was 67.

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MARVEL’S DAREDEVIL TEASER TRAILER EXCLUSIVE DEBUT

The wait is over! IGN has the exclusive debut of the teaser trailer for Marvel’s Daredevil, the first of several Marvel/Netflix series that will further expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

We’re guessing you’re eager to see the trailer, so check it out above and then continue on below for more info on the series! (Not to mention our Rewind Theater for the trailer you can see right here…)

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Ben Affleck and David Fincher Reteam for ‘Strangers on a Train’ Reboot

Following the success of “Gone Girl,” David Fincher and Ben Affleck are reteaming for a new take on another classic story.

Warner Bros. has tapped Affleck to star and Fincher to direct “Strangers,” a new take on the classic Alfred Hitchcock pic “Strangers on a Train.”

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Luke Mitchell joins ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ cast

Australian actor Luke Mitchell has joined the cast of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and will play a charismatic Inhuman named Lincoln, Marvel announced Friday.”With the revelations surrounding Skye’s true identity in the winter finale, we knew we’d be introducing more Inhumans as our story progressed,” Jeph Loeb, executive producer and head of Marvel Television, said in a statement. “The charming energy Luke brings to the role will make him a character to watch as we continue our season.”

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