+19
+3%
+52
11/27/18
3,703
+57%
CBS
CW
1.6
CW
11/29/18
even
even
0.7
+1754
+1%
2,820
+522
Actual Growth
6,265
CW
RIVERDALE
2.8
8,142
FOX
+0%
0.2
+0.2
+43%
+0.1
+5%
11/29/18
LETHAL WEAPON
11/27/18
+460
+15%
0.7
DATELINE MYSTERY-1
21,574
+100%
12,207
11,153
0.6
even
+1027
11/30/18
even
48 HOURS
+0.3
0.8
+17%
2,384
+10%
4,659
1.6
+14%
11/27/18
NEW AMSTERDAM
FOX
+88%
+23%
+50%
5,039
0.4
0.7
12/02/18
12/02/18
3,527
+0.6
+58%
12/02/18
1.1
ABC
+54%
0.5
CHRISTMAS-ROCKEFELLER CEN
+0%
1.5
ABC
+37%
+1.0
THE GIFTED
+0.8
+33%
+0%
+484
12/02/18
11/29/18
MODERN FAMILY
2,101
0.7
Read the full week's rankings below.
REL
STAR
NBC
0.6
4,263
1.1
BLACK-ISH
+0.1
ABC
NBC
3,848
3,103
ABC
THE VOICE-TUE
+2
10,770
ABC
0.5
+11
18,007
VICTORIA'S SECRET FASHION SHOW
SEC CHAMP POST GAME
+264
0.6
+17%
DANCING W/STARS:JUNIORS
1.3
11/26/18
11/30/18
11/29/18
1.0
even
+0.2
+0%
+82%
ABC
FOX
+1.0
ABC
0.3
NBC
+45%
NBC
11/30/18
2,911
+7%
FOX
48 HOURS
+8%
11/30/18
+1240
+921
FOX
even
CBS
+67%
BIG 10 FTBL CHAMP GM -PRE
11/26/18
FOX
CBS
12/01/18
NBC
4,479
even
11/28/18
4,138
12/02/18
12,196
MODERN FAMILY
12/02/18
0.8
3,513
CW
+43%
11/29/18
11/28/18
1,006
+56%
12/02/18
2.4
A MILLION LITTLE THINGS
ABC
MANIFEST
0.8
0.8
NBC
0.9
+25%
+75%
NBC
7,122
+3776
+0.8
AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE
11/26/18
11/28/18
1.4
2,781
+22
+25%
even
0.5
LEGO JURASSIC WORLD PART1
5,132
11/28/18
11/30/18
4,851
1.8
FOX+NFLN THU NT PRE-KICK
PAC-12 FTBL CHAMP GM-KICK
0.3
+6%
12/02/18
+17%
FOX
12/02/18
+0.3
2.2
FOOTBALL NT AMERICA PT 2
even
FOX
FOX
+0.4
11/29/18
12/02/18
11/28/18
CBS
WWOD MAGICAL HOL CELEBRTN
20/20-FRI
+78%
+13%
S.W.A.T.
+0%
9,268
12/01/18
+0.4
+305
+0%
+9%
GREAT XMAS LIGHT FIGHT
+24%
0.7
20/20-FRI
7,612
11/28/18
4,589
ABC
3,283
+2290
+0.6
21,394

BLACK-ISH
FOX
even
+0%
ABC
0.9
1.2
CW
+211
CW
2,797
NBC
12/01/18
0.8
11/29/18
+75%
+0.6
ABC
0.5
+0.4
+180
Live+3 Total Viewers
11/28/18
CBS
+0.1
1.1
11/29/18
0.7
1.0
2.4
ABC
1.5
7,472
0.3
+20%
1.3
11/28/18
0.7
THE RESIDENT
11/29/18
3,878
+0%
+652
+0%
NBC
CBS

12/02/18
0.9
12/02/18
4.5
11/28/18
11/28/18
FOX
1,566
NBC
1.2
3,445
12/01/18
0.2
NBC
8,743
FOX
CBS
+62
+11
+45%
+64%
ABC
ABC
+51
3,653
DYNASTY
3.1
FOX
+1230
1.3
+1%
+1.2
15,041
7,283
1,867
CW
MIDNIGHT, TEXAS
THE OT
1.1
1,571
+420
6.5
1.0
+2374
even
LEGEND XMAS JOHN&CHRISSY
+3397
+0.8
SHARK TANK
+1698
1.2
1,875
11/26/18
FOX
3.2
+0.4
MACGYVER
SURVIVOR
even
ABC
+13%
+25%
PAC-12 FTBL CHAMP GM-KICK
12,849
12/02/18
FOX+NFLN THU NT PREGAME
CW
+7%
11,930
NEW AMSTERDAM
BIG TEN FOOTBALL CH GAME
7,506
+0%
+26
+0.4
SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
3.3
+17%
NBC
15,060
ABC
11/26/18
+0.2
+67%
12/01/18
4,336
THE GOLDBERGS
9,998
11/30/18
+0.7
3,271
1,547
12/02/18
11/30/18
6.2
EMPIRE
+0.4
+10%
VICTORIA'S SECRET FASHION SHOW
+43%
CHRISTMAS-ROCKEFELLER CEN
12/01/18
6,280
Network
0.4
FOX
+0.1
MANIFEST
+72%
I FEEL BAD
BLACK LIGHTNING
+33%
11/28/18
EMPIRE
3,132
11/27/18
11/27/18
FOX
0.4
SNFTBL NISSAN PRE-GAME
0.5
0.7
3,891
SHARK TANK
Live+3 Adults 18-49
11/27/18
6,148
RIVERDALE
THE ROOKIE
12/01/18
FOX NFL SUNDAY-NATIONAL
NBC
DCS LEGENDS OF TOMORROW
Network
NBC
3,749
3,007
5,200
BLUE BLOODS
2,781
ALL AMERICAN
+0.9
NBC
11/28/18
11/28/18
+300
+124
3,000
+4
Fellow NBC series "This Is Us" was once again the top scripted program of the week with a 3.3, followed by Fox's "9-1-1" and CBS' "Survivor," both of which nabbed a 2.2. In adults 18-49, "Manifest" narrowly beat out "The Good Doctor," with the former show growing 91% to a 2.1 rating and the latter doubling to a 2.0.
THE GIFTED
637
I FEEL BAD
+0.1
+62%
FOX
1,954
even
+0%
NBC
+44%
3,152
DATELINE FRI
LEGO JURASSIC WORLD PART2
+0.1
ABC
0.3
1.9
1.5
BIG 10 FTBL CHAMP GM-KICK
4,769
+13
11/29/18
+38%
+0%
11/28/18
L+SD A18-49
+0.2
0.7
CBS
+27%” />
FOOTBALL NT AMERICA PT 3
+61%
ABC
FOX
11/30/18
7,535
11/27/18
FOOTBALL NT AMERICA PT 2
+67%
+0%
1,888
NBC
+67%
AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE
+25%
FOX
even
12/02/18
FOX
CW
+40%
1,614
+52%
1.6
+25%
LEGACIES
0.8
+0%
12/02/18
+0%
+114%
CW
CHARMED
NBC
DATELINE MYSTERY-2
+36%
11/27/18
+26%
+0%
FOX
DATELINE FRI
ALL AMERICAN
Telecast
NBC
FOX
0.2
SUNDAY NIGHT NFL PRE-KICK
5,598
+67%
+15%
4,389
+19
SEC CHAMP POST GAME
Actual Growth
10,563
11/27/18
+3856
11/30/18
PAC-12 FOOTBALL CHAMP GM
NBC
+57%
+2854
ABC
+25%
+8%
+1198
+0.2
1.4
911
11/30/18
CW
1.0
11/29/18
+100%
501
FOX
11/26/18
ABC
11/30/18
WILL & GRACE
+0.6
1.0
+67%
FOX
CW
2.4
0.5
11/27/18
GREAT XMAS LIGHT FIGHT
+1%
4,752
11/29/18
CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND
+300
+6%
THE VOICE-TUE
CBS
12/01/18
DCS LEGENDS OF TOMORROW
11/28/18
+1524
+308
11/29/18
+0.2
CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND
CW
+13%
1.4
even
THE VOICE-MON
MIDNIGHT, TEXAS
635
+0.1
CBS
+23%
+802
+0.3
CW
0.5
NBC
NBC SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
FOX
THE SIMPSONS
1.5
+0.4
5,476
11/29/18
ABC
GARTH BROOKS: NOTRE DAME
+4%
+0.1
ABC
12/02/18
+0%
10,417
FOX
FOX
7,779
9,368
+758
11/29/18
DANCING W/STARS:JUNIORS
0.7
LAW AND ORDER:SVU
NBC
ABC
11/27/18
1.9
1.6
+4456
+0%
+17%
929
11/30/18
1.0
0.2
+0%
+41%
1.3
FLASH
26, sophomore ABC medical drama "The Good Doctor" grew 67%, or 4.5 million viewers, over its Live+Same Day haul to 11.2 million total. Both shows were up in the measure from last week. During the week of Nov. Freshman NBC drama "Manifest," meanwhile, grew 72%, or 4.3 million viewers, to 10.3 million.
L+3 Total Viewers (in millions)
+0%
+27%
0.7
LETHAL WEAPON
ABC
+29%
7,141
2.8
11/30/18
FOX
+10%
+0.2
+593
0.5
0.6
2.4
+967
11/27/18
BLINDSPOT
12/01/18
THE GOOD DOCTOR
+40%
11/26/18
3,339
0.7
+0.2
2.1
+1371
4,756
+0.1
FOX
+477
+33%
11/30/18
ABC
11/29/18
MACGYVER
+2%
ABC
11/29/18
CBS
+0%
NBC
12/02/18
752
ABC
6,697
+22%
+59%
1.0
23,311
10,287
1.1
3,885
12/02/18
2,401
+25%
ABC
REL
+22%
1.3
+0.2
WILL & GRACE
+1126
+0.2
11/30/18
8,681
THE GOLDBERGS
+1704
9,434
11/26/18
FOX
BIG 10 FTBL CHAMP GM-KICK
23,259
+7%
1.4
0.4
+0.2
0.9
0.5
6,178
12/02/18
SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
ABC
CBS
SUPERGIRL
+13%
+56%
11/28/18
NBC
FOX
1,573
+0.2
11/30/18
ABC
+989
1,060
2.1
FOX+NFLN THU NT FOOTBALL
+389
+0%
+47%
11/28/18
0.6
+73%
6.4
0.5
THE GOOD DOCTOR
3,516
BOB'S BURGERS
AMER FUNN HM VIDEOS-7PM
1,311
NBC
LEGO JURASSIC WORLD PART2
0.4
7,319
0.8
11/28/18
+0.3
12/02/18
11/29/18
ABC
12/02/18
+0.3
THE RESIDENT
2.0
4,938
12/02/18
1,869
0.6
8,393
FOX NFL SUNDAY-NATIONAL
+136
+77%
12/01/18
+4022
1.8
11/27/18
+3214
12/02/18
2,852
FOX
+75%
10,612
THE VOICE-MON
+50%
11/28/18
FOX
11/28/18
SUNDAY NIGHT NFL PRE-KICK
+2942
10,286
+1772
WWOD MAGICAL HOL CELEBRTN
+0%
0.7
12/01/18
+30%
CW
1,586
0.6
NBC
HAWAII FIVE-0
4,382
+0%
CHILD SUPPORT SP-11/30
2,650
% Growth
1.4
PAC-12 FTBL CHAMP GM -PRE
12/01/18
+1226
NBC
ABC
1.2
THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT
ABC
+187
11/26/18
0.5
+1002
CBS
+0.5
+923
0.9
12/02/18
5,600
+641
+22
1.2
10,137
1.3
11/29/18
1.6
ABC
L+3 A18-49
+34%
HAWAII FIVE-0
THE CONNERS
+44%
11/27/18
+631
+50%
BLUE BLOODS
BIG TEN FOOTBALL CH GAME
11/29/18
11/28/18
ABC
12/02/18
FAMILY GUY
4,345
LEGEND XMAS JOHN&CHRISSY
0.8
NBC
+0.2
CW
CW
THIS IS US
NBC
even
FOX
0.5
+40
AMER FUNN HM VIDEOS-7PM
3,787
+27%
4,101
1,055
4,476
% Growth
L+SD Total Viewers (in millions)
11/26/18
+1863
ABC
0.4
3,176
11/27/18
12/02/18
FOX
CBS
12,236
+0%
5,343
2,998
0.7
+0.2
5,781
2,730
Broadcast Date
2.0
+0%
FOX
9,176
NBC
+804
FOX+NFLN THU NT FOOTBALL
12/02/18
+516
+17%
CBS
+0%
9,574
3.2
CW
11/29/18
0.4
SURVIVOR
+190
1.4
0.7
1.4
+473
CBS
4,069
THE OT
12/02/18
CW
+33%
ABC
THE SIMPSONS
+0.4
2.2
+686
2.0
9,947
+0.4
1.1
ARROW
5.5
0.4
11/27/18
8,993
8,431
DATELINE MYSTERY-2
BLINDSPOT
NBC
BOB'S BURGERS
NBC
1,825
60 MINUTES
+86%
11/30/18
MOM
even
+963
DYNASTY
+1%
7,561
+26%
+1062
+298
+91%
1.3
0.4
3,767
+0.3
+0.1
11/26/18
12/02/18
0.6
8,691
+0%
+44%
1.7
even
BLACK LIGHTNING
+0.6
+0%
11/29/18
+11%
+50%
12/02/18
12/02/18
11/30/18
11/26/18
3,659
6.2
LAW AND ORDER:SVU
5.5
1.3
0.6
NBC
4,249
12/01/18
S.W.A.T.
4,333
3,811
11/30/18
ABC
0.7
+1%
NBC SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
2,169
1,515
5,095
+713
2,922
FOX
3,905
12/02/18
SPLITTING UP TOGETHER
1.1
+57%
3,350
1.0
+1211
11/28/18
911
+43%
10,118
STAR
CW
3.1
0.9
NBC
+40%
FOX NFL SUNDAY-PST GN-NAT
DATELINE MYSTERY-1
11/26/18
11/27/18
3.4
6,410
CBS
11/27/18
0.8
+34%
1.5
+0.2
11/30/18
11/29/18
+50%
0.7
6,154
1.6
+0.1
FOX NFL SUNDAY-PST GN-NAT
+0.1
+56%
+20%
12/01/18
+0%
17,883
1.1
+556
even
NBC
1.0
+1822
1,494
2.1
CHARMED
THE CONNERS
1,795
3,467
12/01/18
+0%
0.5
12/01/18
even
+42%
12/02/18
FOX
+740
1,742
11,952
12/02/18
1,489
12/01/18
11/28/18
+44%
+0%
NBC
+0.3
MURPHY BROWN
CW
PAC-12 FTBL CHAMP GM -PRE
FOX
1.1
11/27/18
11/26/18
+43%
NBC
SNFTBL NISSAN PRE-GAME
11/30/18
846
8,541
FOX+NFLN THU NT PREGAME
+25%
+0%
ABC
FLASH
+43%
+67%
+4315
1.2
1,258
973
9,382
PAC-12 FOOTBALL CHAMP GM
9,091
4,775
+0%
0.9
6,958
11/29/18
1.5
0.8
+24%
9,657
12/01/18
CHILD SUPPORT SP-11/30
+33%
SUPERNATURAL
NBC
60 MINUTES
+28%
FAMILY GUY
1,743
FOX
CBS
CW
+59%
+44%
+61%
+0.1
11/27/18
1,268
BIG 10 FTBL CHAMP GM -PRE
5,413
FOOTBALL NT AMERICA PT 3
MURPHY BROWN
even
1.0
THE ROOKIE
0.6
FOX+NFLN THU NT PRE-KICK
0.4
FOX
8,552
0.5
1.5
+0.3
11/30/18
0.4
0.6
THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT
11/29/18
+14%
CBS
CBS
11/27/18
11/26/18
0.7
+17%
+0.3
3,702
4,582
2.0
MOM
11/26/18
CW
+618
+1%
+0%
+57%
NBC
1.0
SUPERGIRL
5,971
SUPERNATURAL
2,146
11/29/18
11/30/18
+6
+27%
+0.2
11/27/18
+10%
4,241
GARTH BROOKS: NOTRE DAME
4,585
FOX
NBC
ABC
+353
+0.6
A MILLION LITTLE THINGS
LEGACIES
+0.2
4.5
ABC
3,443
LEGO JURASSIC WORLD PART1
12/02/18
+580
+37%
+0%
11/30/18
Telecast
1,998
0.3
SINGLE PARENTS
FOX
ARROW
1.1
+13%
CBS
1.1
+32
FOX
0.5
12/02/18
12/02/18
+17%
5,409
11/30/18
+253
6,739
For the first time, "The Good Doctor" has beaten out "Manifest" in total viewer growth in the Live+3 ratings.
0.9
11/27/18
CBS
+75%
+2681
even
+6
ABC
even
+0.1
4,645
THIS IS US
NBC
+274
SINGLE PARENTS
11/28/18
1.4
SPLITTING UP TOGETHER
Broadcast Date
11/30/18
NBC
CW
8,637
11/29/18
11/27/18
11/29/18
3.4

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Vaughan has set an overall deal with Legendary Entertainment to develop film and TV projects for the studio. Multi-hyphenate Brian K.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to work with Brian to bring his visions and extraordinary library of work to the screen.” “Through truly inspired storytelling, Brian has created immersive, compelling worlds that are devoured by fans worldwide,” stated Nick Pepper, president of Legendary Television Studios.
Vaughan said he would pursue adaptations of some of his previous comic creations as well as new projects for Legendary.
"It's a tremendous honor to work with them on adaptations of some of my and my talented collaborators' past and current comics, and I’m looking forward to hopefully creating a few wholly original stories with them, as well," he said.
Vaughan is a versatile scribe who has penned comic books and worked on such TV series as ABC's "Lost" and CBS' "Under the Dome."
At present Vaughan is an exec producer of the FX pilot based on his comic "Y: The Last Man." And he's a consultant on the Hulu drama series "Runaways," also based on one of his comics.

The 1937 prolog includes Coogan and Reilly re-creating the moment in “Way Out West” when Laurel & Hardy encounter a singing cowboy quartet and start a two-minute happy dance that seems to be invented on the spot. Coogan and Reilly were nervous about the dance because it needs to look spontaneous, though of course it is far more complicated than it looks.
Baird also rounded up a top behind-the-camera team, including cinematographer Laurie Rose, production designer John Paul Kelly and costume designer Guy Speranza. The group also included Mark Coulier, prosthetics makeup designer; and hair and makeup designer Jeremy Woodhead.
“We knew makeup would be a huge factor. “And we wanted Mark Coulier, because he’s one of the best in the business. The input of Mark and those others elevated the movie.” With a small, independent film, you have to use your resources wisely,” says Baird.
The film starts with a brief prologue in 1937, when comedy team Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy were at their height, making the film “Way Out West.”
“I showed him the film, and was quite nervous of course. Scorsese working on ‘Vinyl’ for HBO,” Baird says. “I had gotten friendly with Mr. But he said, ‘I love it. I love simplicity because it’s the hardest thing to do in film; you can’t hide behind things.’ ”
One, they needed a high regard for Laurel & Hardy: “They had an emotional investment and felt a responsibility to pull it off. So they worked a little harder.”
“We wanted to tell a love story about two friends facing challenges in their lives, with money worries, health issues, and confronting something difficult that happened in their past. Many contemporary viewers don’t know Laurel & Hardy. It’s a simple tale, really.” That’s OK, says Baird.
But, like Laurel & Hardy themselves, the film is totally irresistible.” />
Second, they had to be collaborative. And if we had a big holiday dinner, what would that be like?’ ” When we were crewing up, I met with the potential head of each department and thought ‘If they join this team, how would they get along with the others? “I was very blessed: they’re great artists and they’re nice people.
“Stan & Ollie” marks the third feature for Jon S. 28 in the U.S., but he proved the perfect match for the funny, sweet film about friendship. Baird, after the 2008 racial drama “Cass” and the 2013 “Filth,” with James McAvoy as a bipolar junkie cop. There’s nothing in those earlier films similar to “Stan & Ollie,” which opens Dec.
Baird, Pope and producer Faye Ward knew the only choices for the roles were Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly.
Aside from being experts in their fields, the various heads of departments had two other job requirements.
And I loved the script by Jeff Pope. The Scotland-born Baird admits, “On paper, I was not the logical choice for this. But I had been a huge fan since I was a kid; I used to dress up as Stan Laurel for the school dress party.
The film premiered at the BFI London Film Festival, earned positive reviews, and was endorsed by no less than Martin Scorsese.
“Jeff and I thought it was important to show them at height of career, but then to concentrate on the ’50s, the time of their biggest challenges.”
The film asks two actors to capture one of the greatest comedy teams of all time; it’s set when their careers were on the decline; and it’s directed by a man going against type. The same could be said of the film. “Stan & Ollie” is small and simple and, in an era of over-calculated studio development, it’s daring.
They had a tight budget of $10 million and a brief shooting schedule, with filming hours limited as Reilly spent four hours daily in the makeup chair.
with a stage act that re-created some of their classic routines. The bulk of the Sony Pictures Classics movie takes place in 1953, when Hollywood work had dried up, so they criss-crossed the U.K.

Herzog, famous for "Fitzcarraldo" and "Aguirre, the Wrath of God," interviewed Gorbachev on three separate occasions over six months. He captured the last leader of the Soviet Union's thoughts on peace and history.
The executive producers are Richard Melman for Spring Films, and Molly Thompson and Eli Lehrer for History Films. History retains all television rights for the documentary. The film is produced by Spring Films and Werner Herzog Film, as well as by Lucki Stipetic and Svetlana Palmer.
“Werner and André have brought us a rare and historic interview with Mikhail Gorbachev which is particularly relevant given the current state of world affairs.” “We are very pleased to partner with Paul and the team at The Orchard on the release of 'Meeting Gorbachev,'” said Thompson.
It's the third collaboration between the Orchard and A+E Networks, parent company of A&E IndieFilms and History Films. They previously partnered on the Oscar-nominated documentaries "Cartel Land" and "Life, Animated." Singer and Herzog previously partnered on the nonfiction films "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" and "Into the Abyss." The Orchard's recent releases include "We the Animals," "American Animals," and "El Angel."
In one corner, the architect of Perestroika. In the other, the director who nearly tamed Klaus Kinski. It's a meeting for the ages.
The indie distributor plans to release the film theatrically in 2019. "Meeting Gorbachev" premiered at the 2018 Telluride Film Festival and played at the Toronto International Film Festival. "Meeting Gorbachev," a nonfiction film documenting a series of interviews between filmmaker Werner Herzog and Mikhail Gorbachev, has been acquired by the Orchard. It is directed by Herzog and his longtime collaborator André Singer.
The deal was negotiated by the Orchard’s VP of acquisitions Danielle DiGiacomo and Josh Braun and Matt Burke of Submarine Entertainment on behalf of the filmmakers.” />
“Werner and Andre’s own sensibilities make the film engaging and personal in a way no other filmmakers could." “'Meeting Gorbachev' is an enthralling look back at a fascinating leader and diplomat, all the more impactful based on what the world looks like today,” said Paul Davidson, the Orchard’s EVP of film and television.

In addition to LaRosa, Season 4 of the the show debuted back in July. It starred Brent Antonello, Katherine Bailess, Kyndall Ferguson, McKinley Freeman, Tiffany Hines, Jonathan “Lil J” McDaniel, Jodi Lyn O’Keefe, Cort King, Kristian Kordula, and Teyana Taylor. It explored the world of professional basketball as seen through the eyes of the the dance team for the fictional LA Devils, known as the Devil Girls.
We would especially like to thank and recognize the acclaimed Executive Producer and Creator of the series James LaRosa for his passion and vision. We look forward to finding ways to continue in partnership.” "At this time, BET Networks will not be moving forward with a fifth season of ‘Hit The Floor.’" a network spokesperson said in a statement. "We are grateful to the most passionate fans ever who helped to bring one more season of the #DevilsNation to the screen, and the incredible cast and dancers.
BET has canceled "Hit the Floor" after four seasons.
It was also announced in November that Tracy Oliver's planned series adaptation of "The First Wives Club" would be moving from Paramount Network to BET.” /> BET is also currently working on a series adaptation of “Boomerang” as well as “American Soul,” based on the life of “Soul Train” creator Don Cornelius, among several other scripted offerings.

In addition, Grenet's lawyer stated the lack of fair procedures leading up to the termination, according to the Irish Independent. Legal representation for Grenet claims that their client also has a language barrier, as English is not Grenet's first language. Grenet is from France.
Variety reached out to EA, who said it's confident the incident was investigated and handled appropriately. "We will continue to support our employees and uphold our commitment to creating a safe and inclusive workplace that is free of harassment of any kind.”” /> "We have expressed our concern that media coverage that included the name of the employee who reported the incident is both inappropriate and unnecessary as it undermines the individual’s privacy on a sensitive matter," it said.
Grenet denied making this comment, which allegedly occurred during a video call on Nov. 9, and claims that what he actually said was "I don't want to compare the length of my d**k" with his colleague.
A senior director at EA was dismissed after allegedly making a comment about his genitalia to a female colleague, Irish news site Independent.ie reported Thursday.
Grenet has since been granted a temporary injunction, as of Thursday, which will restrain his dismissal on the claims that EA's decision to dismiss him was done without following fair procedures, such as an investigation or less severe disciplinary actions. What this means is that EA Ireland will be unable to appoint another to Grenet's role until the matter is resolved by the court.
Phillipe Grenet, the former director of global delivery service for EA Ireland, allegedly said he would not "pull [his] d**k out and put it on the table" in front of a second female colleague "to see who has the bigger d**k," according to the Irish Independent.
Grenet also claimed in an affidavit that the complaint was made due to the originator of the complaint being unable to obtain the role which Grenet was appointed to, as she had apparently expressed interest in the role beforehand. The former senior director acknowledged to the court that the comment was "ill-advised" according to the Irish Independent, but expressed that what he meant by the comment was that he "did not want to challenge" his colleague on a specific matter.

"Plastic Man," created by Jack Cole for Quality Comics, is able to transform himself into any shape. An orphan forced to live on the streets, he turned to a life of crime, was shot during a heist, and was exposed to an unknown chemical liquid that gave his body the properties of rubber, allowing him to stretch, bounce, and mold himself into any shape. Thanks to a monk who tended to him while he was shot, he turned to law and order, and began capturing criminals as Plastic Man — clad in a red and yellow rubber costume.
DC's film production president Walter Hamada and Chantal Nong are overseeing the movie for the studio.
Idoko's credits include the ABC series "The Mayor." She is repped by WME.
DC Comics acquired the character in 1956 and began incorporating Plastic Man into the DC Universe. He starred in the Saturday morning cartoon "The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show" from 1979 to 1981, and was a recurring character on "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" from 2008 to 2011.
The news was first reported by the Hollywood Reporter.” />
Amanda Idoko, who wrote the upcoming Allison Janney-Laura Dern-starrer "Breaking News in Yuba County," has been hired to write "Plastic Man." Bob Shaye, the co-founder of New Line Cinema, will executive produce. No director is currently attached to the pic.
Warner Bros. and DC Films are in early development on "Plastic Man," a movie based on DC Comics' quirky character who debuted in 1941.

"With a jaw-dropping mystery, stunning Southern setting, and endlessly fascinating female heroine at its center, I loved this book the moment I read it and am so excited to join forces with Elizabeth and her team to bring Delia's truly moving page-turner to the screen," Witherspoon said in a statement.
Gabler and Erin Siminoff will oversee production for Fox 2000.
Witherspoon's involvement is not a great surprise. The Oscar winner has been a champion of the book, selecting it for inclusion in her Reese's Book Club. Fox 2000 is also a natural home. "Where the Crawdads Sing," Delia Owens' debut novel, has been on the best-seller list for the past 12 weeks. Under the leadership of Elizabeth Gabler, the label has developed a knack for turning literary properties into movies, developing the likes of "The Fault in Our Stars" and "The Devil Wears Prada" into hit movies.
After her former boyfriend is found dead, Kya becomes the prime suspect in his murder. The book has been described as a mixture of a crime thriller and a coming-of-age tale. "Where the Crawdads Sing" is set in a small town in the South and focuses on a young woman named Kya who raises herself in the marshes after she is abandoned by her family. Witherspoon and her partner Lauren Levy Neustadter will produce the pic for Hello Sunshine.
Fox 2000 has acquired the best-selling novel "Where the Crawdads Sing" and has tapped Reese Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine to produce a feature film adaptation.
"I knew and loved Delia's writing so when I saw that Reese's Book Club was recommending her new book, I started reading it right away. It is absolutely exquisite, so I immediately reached out to Reese and Lauren and said I wanted to bring it to life on film alongside them," Gabler said in a statement. "We at Fox 2000 have an incredible synergy with Reese, Lauren, and their team at Hello Sunshine, and I am elated that we can once again be partners in the creation of yet another extraordinary film from an outstanding literary property."
Other Hello Sunshine projects include a Hulu adaptation of Celeste Ng's 2017 bestseller "Little Fires Everywhere" that will feature Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, and "Are You Sleeping," an adaptation of Kathleen Barber's novel of the same name that will be executive produced by and star Octavia Spencer. Witherspoon founded the company in 2016 with the goal of promoting female-driven projects. That fits in with "Where the Crawdads Sing," which is written be a female writer and has a female protagonist. The storyline is in keeping with Hello Sunshine's mandate.
They include "Cry of the Kalahari," "The Eye of the Elephant," and "Secrets of the Savanna." Owens is new to fiction writing, but she has literary experience, having co-authored three acclaimed non-fiction books about her life as a wildlife scientist.
G.P. Hello Sunshine is represented by CAA and Hansen, Jacobson. Owens is represented by CAA and Russell Galen of Scovil Galen Ghosh Literary Agency. Putnam's Sons published "Where the Crawdads Sing" in August.” />