According to Charlie’s official ARG talent page, he has a new TV project in the works, called ‘Angelyne’. After a Google search, it appears to be a limited mini-series based on the life of Angelyne, an LA billboard diva. You can read more at the Hollywood Reporter.
Angelyne has an official home.
The limited series about the L.A. billboard diva, based on a Hollywood Reporter feature by senior writer Gary Baum, has landed at NBCUniversal’s newly named streaming service, Peacock.
Shameless grad Emmy Rossum and her husband and Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail are teaming with The Hollywood Reporter to adapt Baum’s investigative article about Angelyne, the mysterious billboard icon. Peacock, the ad-supported streamer set to launch in April 2020, has handed out a series order for the drama. The show was rumored in April to land as the streamer’s first original as part of Rossum’s new first-look deal with Universal Content Productions.
Rossum will star as Angelyne, the self-created pop culture icon — whose real name, uncovered in Baum’s August exposé, is Renee Goldberg. Rossum will executive produce via her Composition 8 company alongside Esmail and his UCP-based EsmailCorp banner. Esmail’s manager, Chad Hamilton, will also exec produce via Anonymous Content. The limited series project was shopped to cable and streaming outlets. Baum, who spent months researching Angelyne’s past, will serve as a consultant on the drama. Lucy Tcherniak (The End of the F***ing World) and Allison Miller will also exec produce.
While waiting for Charlie to announce a new project, I’ve updated the gallery with a couple of ‘Vanity Fair’ stills. So check those out.
While we’re waiting for ‘Rocketman’, I have updated the gallery with a couple of missing stills and behind the scenes images from ‘Vanity Fair’.
In some unfortunate news, The Wrap reports that ‘Salvation’ has been cancelled by CBS after two seasons.
CBS drama “Salvation” has been canceled by the network after two seasons, TheWrap has learned.
The Charlie Rowe and Santiago Cabrera-led summer series wrapped its second — and now final — season in September after premiering in June.
“Salvation” premiered on CBS in July 2017, and was renewed for a sophomore installment that October. The drama’s second season averaged a 0.5 rating in adults 18-49 and 3.7 million viewers, according to the “most current” numbers from Nielsen, which include a week’s worth of delayed viewing where available.
According to ComignSoon.net, ‘Vanity Fair’ will be available on Amazon Prime video starting December 21. So if you’re in America and haven’t seen it, mark your calendars.
Amazon Studios has announced that Vanity Fair, the television adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray’s classic novel, will premiere on Friday, December 21, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in the US. The seven-episode drama series stars actress Olivia Cooke (Ready Player One). Check out the key art for the series in the gallery below!
Read more at https://www.comingsoon.net/tv/news/1006251-olivia-cooke-stars-in-amazons-vanity-fair-television-adaptation#j37RjmPr3dxCDfvQ.99
‘Vanity Fair’ has now ended, but that doesn’t mean that there’s no more stills to add. The gallery has been updated with several more HQ stills of Charlie from ‘Vanity Fair’, so be sure to check them out.
Screencaptures from episode 5 of ‘Vanity Fair’ – ‘In Which Battles Are Won and Lost’, have been added to the gallery.
Screencaptures from episode 13 of ‘Salvation’ – ‘Get Ready’, have been added to the gallery.
Screencaptures from episode 4 of ‘Vanity Fair’ – ‘In Which Becky Join Her Regiment’, have been added to the gallery.
Screencaptures from episode 12 of ‘Salvation’ – ‘Hail Marry’, have been added to the gallery.