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Annabella Sciorra Joins 'Luke Cage' as Season 2 Villain

Luke Cage has found a new villain for season two!

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will be heading to the Mike Colter-led Netflix show taking on the role of Rosalie Carbone who is described as a dangerous downtown criminal underworld power player with an eye, and an agenda, toward Harlem.

Annabella is best known for her Emmy-nominated performance on The Sopranos.

“I’ve been a huge fan of hers since Spike Lee’s Jungle Fever, and Anabella Sciorra is no joke as Rosalie Carbone,” said series Executive Producer and showrunner, Cheo Hodari Coker in a statement via Deadline. “You haven’t seen her this gangster since her thrilling turn as Tony’s formidable flame Gloria Trillo on Season Three of The Sopranos. I’m thrilled her introduction to the Marvel Universe will be on Marvel’s Luke Cage.”

Season two of Luke Cage will hit Netflix on July 22 and you can catch a teaser here!

'This Is Us' Season 2 Finale Spoilers - Flash Forwards Explained

The season two finale of the hit series This Is Us just aired and we’ve gotta talk about those flash forwards that happened at the end of the episode. It goes without saying that spoilers are in this post, so beware of reading!

During the finale, Kate (Chrissy Metz) and Toby (Chris Sullivan) got married and her brother Randall (Sterling K. Brown) gave a speech in which we saw into the near future and beyond.

Throughout the episode, we also got to see sequences from Kate’s dreams in which her parents Rebecca and the still-alive Jack (Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia) renew their vows.

Another pivotal part of the episode was seeing Randall and Beth’s foster child Deja (Lyric Ross) lashing out after her birth mother left her with them. After Toby’s parents mistake Deja for one of the Pearsons’ biological kids, she goes outside and smashes the windshield of Randall’s Mercedes-Benz with a bat.

Click inside for spoilers on the flash forwards and the co-showrunner’s explanations… More Here! »

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Sarah Drew Lands Post-'Grey's Anatomy' Role in 'Cagney & Lacey' Reboot

It doesn’t look like Sarah Drew is going to be leaving our televisions anytime soon!

The 37-year-old actress – who has played April Kepner on Grey’s Anatomy for the past nine seasons – as signed on to play one of the leads in the upcoming CBS reboot of Cagney and Lacey, Hollywood Reporter reports.

Sarah will be playing Cagney alongside Blindspot star Michelle Hurd who will be playing Lacey.

Cagney is described as an easygoing partner and protegee to Lacey – who is described as athletic and polished.

It was announced last week that Sarah and co-star Jessica Capshaw were let go of Grey’s Anatomy and will not be returning to the medical drama for season 15 next year.

Cagney and Lacey
is set to premiere next fall.

'The Bachelor,' 'Dancing with the Stars' & More Renewed By ABC!

ABC has just announced the renewals of four shows!

So far, The Bachelor will be back for a 23rd season, Dancing with the Stars will be back for a 27th season, America’s Funniest Home Videos will be back for a 29th season, and Child Support will get a second season!

The Bachelor just wrapped up its 22nd season with a bombshell finale. The new Bachelor has not yet been selected, but you can expect a pool of new competitors from Becca‘s upcoming season of The Bachelorette.

Anna Paquin Will Return to Television in New Dramedy for Pop

Anna Paquin is set return to television in a new dramedy series Flack, which will air on the Pop TV network.

The 35-year-old actress has been seen in several limited series in the last few years, but this is her first major series role since True Blood!

Flack stars Paquin as the sharp and witty publicity maven, Robyn, who’s an expert at her craft but a complete self-saboteur when it comes to her personal life. Robyn’s work as a crisis PR strategist is fast-paced and unpredictable, as she counsels high-profile personalities in entertainment, fashion and sports.

“Oliver Lansley has written six of the best scripts I’ve ever read,” Anna said. “He walks that fine line between intense character-driven drama and exceptionally intelligent humor. My character, Robyn, exists in a world where there are no moral absolutes and humor is used as a sharply executed defense mechanism to maintain the illusion of perpetual control. I am incredibly excited about tackling the creative complexities of Flack as an actress and for my company CASM’s collaboration with Pop.”