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Gen V Gets Bloody in The Boys Spinoff Teaser — Plus, Supernatural Favorite, Jason Ritter and More Join Series

As if college isn’t a tumultuous enough time, the students in The Boys‘ university-set spinoff Gen V are also facing the special kind of challenges that come with being a supe. Like, a lot of blood. So. Much. Blood. The above first look — revealed at CCXP in Sao Paolo, Brazil, on Saturday — introduces America’s only college exclusively for young adult superheroes (run by Vought International). The series “explores the lives of hormonal, competitive Supes as they put their physical, sexual, and moral boundaries to the test, competing for the school’s top ranking,” per the official synopsis. Gen V stars Jaz Sinclair...
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Accused: Keith Carradine, Jason Ritter, Betsy Brandt and More Join FOX Anthology Series

Accused has added more big names to its cast. Keith Carradine (above, in Madam Secretary), Jason Ritter (Raising Dion), Betsy Brandt (Love, Victor), Wrenn Schmidt (For All Mankind), and others have been added to the cast of the upcoming FOX series, per Deadline. Emma Nelson, Joanne Boland, Brad Austin, James Udom, Anne Bedian, Matthew James Thomas, Evan Gamble, Skywalker Hughes, Lyla Porter-Follows, Skylar Gaertner, Janet Porter, and Damon Redfern will also be seen in the crime thriller series.
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Keith Carradine, Jason Ritter, Betsy Brandt, Wrenn Schmidt & More Join Fox Anthology Series ‘Accused’

Oscar winner Keith Carradine (The Power of the Dog), Emmy nominee Jason Ritter (Raising Dion), Betsy Brandt (Breaking Bad) and Wrenn Schmidt (Nope) have joined the cast of Fox’s upcoming anthology series Accused, based on the International Emmy-winning British series. The project comes from 24 executive producers Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa and House creator/executive producer David Shore. Developed by Gordon and co-produced by Fox Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television, Accused is based on the BBC’s BAFTA-winning crime anthology. It opens in a courtroom on the accused, with viewers knowing nothing about their crime or how they ended up on trial. Told from the defendant’s point of view through flashbacks, Accused depicts how...
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Accused - Keith Carradine, Jason Ritter, Betsy Brandt, Wrenn Schmidt and More Join Cast

Oscar winner Keith Carradine (The Power of the Dog), Emmy nominee Jason Ritter (Raising Dion), Betsy Brandt (Breaking Bad) and Wrenn Schmidt (Nope) have joined the cast of Fox’s upcoming anthology series Accused, based on the International Emmy-winning British series. The project comes from 24 executive producers Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa and House creator/executive producer David Shore.
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Emmy nominee Jason Ritter gets animated with 'Slumberkins' children's series

7NewsDC — Emmy nominee Jason Ritter has mastered drama and comedy with hit series including "Parenthood" and "Another Period" -- and now he's lending his voice to a new animated series for the whole family. He joined us to discuss "Slumberkins," now streaming on Apple TV+.

Melanie Lynskey's Partner Jason Ritter Is ‘The World’s Most Adorable Feminist’

Melanie Lynskey is having a banner year. The actor just received her first Emmy nomination for outstanding leading actress in a drama series, her amazing show Yellowjackets is a total hit, and she has the cutest three-year-old daughter. And now she’s telling us in her latest interview that she also has an adorably feminist husband who does everything in his power to help her achieve success and balance.

Melanie Lynskey: Husband Jason Ritter Would ‘Lose His Mind’ to Join ‘Yellowjackets’ Season 2

Click here to read the full article. Is there a “Yellowjackets” and “Candy” crossover in the cards? Lead star of the Showtime thriller Melanie Lynskey recently teamed up with real-life husband Jason Ritter for the Hulu true-crime series “Candy,” with Ritter making a cameo appearance as a police officer. Now, Lynskey teased that Ritter would “would lose his mind” to work with her on “Yellowjackets.” “He would do anything, I think. He really would,” Lynskey said during the For Your Consideration event for the show at Hollywood Forever Cemetery (via People). “I mean, I want them to cast whoever they want to...
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Yellowjackets season 2: Could Jason Ritter appear with Melanie Lynskey?

It goes without saying, but there is enthusiasm through the roof for Yellowjackets season 2, even if it’s not premiering for a really long time. Filming hasn’t even started yet!. We do know that when the show does come back, there are going to be some new castings...
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Boys Basketball: WC Henderson tabs Jason Ritter as boys hoops coach pending approval

WEST CHESTER- The lone Ches-Mont league boys basketball opening is close to being filled. Pending West Chester School Board approval, Jason Ritter, the former Downingtown West coach will be named the new boys hoops coach at West Chester Henderson. The Henderson job came open when Rob Frattura’s contract was not renewed after a season the Warriors went 16-8 and advanced to the second round of the District 1 6A playoffs.
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Jessica Biel & Melanie Lynskey Reveal How Justin Timberlake & Jason Ritter Wound up in 'Candy'

[Editor's note: The following contains spoilers through the finale episode of Candy, “The Fight."]Things get increasingly dark and tense as Candy progresses, but Episode 4 does offer a nice little surprise via casting choices. Not only is it revealed that Jessica Biel’s husband, Justin Timberlake, is playing the lead detective on the case, but also that Melanie Lynskey’s husband, Jason Ritter, is his partner.

Suzanne Somers pitched a Three's Company reboot starring a hologram of John Ritter and his son Jason Ritter

“I had suggested a show where you would imagine that Chrissy Snow and Jack Tripper eventually got married, and they had a child. And the child was (played by) Jason Ritter," Somers told David Yontef on the Behind The Velvet Rope podcast, according to Hollywood Life. “I had suggested this to Jason’s people and that the show would be me and Jason, but that John would appear as a hologram because it’d be like he was back and alive,” said Somers, “but Jason doesn’t want to do anything reminiscent of what his father did. So, that kind of went out of the way. That was the last time I kinda got turned on by thinking about doing a series again.” Somers added that she wouldn't do a reboot without Jason Ritter.
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D23 Inside Disney Episode 136 | Jason Ritter on Amphibia

The Thor: Love and Thunder trailer is here; a Sammy Davis Jr. limited series is in the works at Hulu, where Life and Beth has been renewed for season 2; season two of The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder is in production; a new short from The Simpsons, When Billie Met Lisa (starring Billie Eilish), is coming Disney+; Star Wars: Galactic Pals has debuted on StarWarsKids.com; Star Wars Celebration announces more stars from The Clone Wars and The Mandalorian; an Eternals Celestial will appear in Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind at EPCOT; and casting for key roles in A Small Light is complete. Plus, Amphibia guest star Jason Ritter on family trips to Disneyland, vocal lessons for Frozen 2, and the greatest Gravity Falls Easter egg.