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Jane Levy, Anna Camp, & More Stars Celebrate Their New Shows at NBC Upfronts

Jane Levy and Skylar Astin pose together while attending the NBC Upfronts press junket on Monday (May 13) in New York City.

The two actors will be starring in the new musical series Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and they were joined by co-star Mary Steenburgen, who posed with husband Ted Danson from NBC’s The Good Place.

Anna Camp was joined by Bradley Whitford to present their new comedy show Perfect Harmony.

Also promoting their new shows were Indebted‘s Fran Drescher, Adam Pally, Abby Elliott, and Steven Weber, Bluff City Law‘s Jimmy Smits and Caitlin McGee, and Lincoln‘s Arielle Kebbel and Michael Imperioli.

Paul Blackthorne, Harriet Dyer, and Justin Cornwell were there for their new show The InBetween, which premieres this month.

Make sure to check out NBC’s fall schedule to see when the shows will air!

FYI: Arielle is wearing a Donatella Raggio suit.

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Bill Paxton's 'Training Day' Co-Star Justin Cornwell Speaks Out After His Passing

Justin Cornwell is mourning the loss of his Training Day co-star Bill Paxton following his untimely passing.

The 28-year-old actor took to his Twitter to share a photo of the pair together and pen a sweet note.

“We were just two guys on top of the world. Rest easy my friend,” Justin wrote, along with a photo of them together at the People’s Choice Awards.

According to THR, filming on their CBS reboot Training Day has already been completed and was not expected to be renewed for a second season.

“We are truly devastated at the passing of our friend Bill Paxton. He was a tremendously talented actor, and a wonderful man beloved by the entire Training Day cast and crew. Bill‘s extraordinary body of work ensures that he will never be forgotten. Our heartfelt condolences to Bill‘s family and friends. He will be missed more than we can possibly express,” producer Jerry Bruckheimer said in a statement.