Video PUBLISHED: 09:47 18 April 2019 Lynne Mortimer Jeremy holding the tail end of the catfish at Isola Serrafini Dam. Picture: Ross Hamilton Discovery Communications, LLC The extreme fisherman and River Monster star’s new series is on Discovery’s Animal Planet at the end of this month. If you get the sense there is something lurking under the surface in the title Dark Waters, you'd not be wrong. In his new series, beginning on Sunday, April 28, Jeremy Wade investigates folklore, legends and reports of weird and wonderful creatures living in our planet's waters.“These are detective stories with a difference – fishy tales from remote waters, and from right under our noses,” he says. “If anybody thought that by now I'd seen it all, you're in for a surprise – as I was.”Born in Ipswich, the son of a clergyman, Jeremy's interest in fishing was sparked when he was a boy, living in a village on the River … [Read more...] about Ipswich’s Jeremy Wade presents new Animal Planet TV series
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The Detroit News Published 2:35 PM EDT Apr 9, 2019 Auburn Hills — The toddlers waited patiently for their rock star while parents tried to maintain calm. Finally, Peppa Pig and brother George Pig made their way through Great Lakes Crossing Outlets to the grand opening of the Peppa Pig World of Play. The adult-sized pink-costumed pigs waved to the small crowd gathered and graciously posed for photos with parents and their children. But Chloe Crank, 2, dressed for the occasion in a long pink Princess Peppa gown, was so overcome with excitement, she burst into tears. Her mom, Rita Crank, 30, of Macomb Township, picked her up to offer comfort. But other children bravely approached Peppa and George, giggling and waving back to them. Peppa wore red and George wore blue and they both had on giant back shoes. Peppa Pig World of Play opened Tuesday at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets. It features 14 play areas, each inspired by instantly recognizable locations from the TV … [Read more...] about British TV sensation Peppa Pig World of Play opens at Great Lakes Crossing
Fans of "The Sandlot" rejoice! The coming-of-age movie that all baseball-loving kids can relate to is coming to TV with the original cast members. Writer-director David Mickey Evans said on The Rain Delay podcast that the TV series, which will run on an unnamed streaming service, will bring back Smalls, Ham, Yeah-Yeah and the gang ... but this time as adults in the 1980s. "I just sold a 'Sandlot' television show. We're about to get an order for the first two seasons," he told "The Rain Delay" host Cooperstown Kurt. "I already got all the original cast members back. It takes place in 1984, when they’re all like 33 years old and they all have children of their own, and that's all I can tell you." The original 1993 film, set in the San Fernando Valley in 1962, gained a cult following due to its spot-on depiction of childhood, summertime adventures and of course, the love of baseball. The 2005 sequel, which was direct-to-DVD, featured a different cast including James Earl Jones and … [Read more...] about ‘The Sandlot’ Will Return as a TV Series With Original Cast Members
By Alyssa Pereira, SFGATE Published 4:47 pm PST, Friday, March 1, 2019 The gang of kids in a scene from the film 'The Sandlot', 1993. The gang of kids in a scene from the film 'The Sandlot', 1993. Photo: Twentieth Century Fox Photo: Twentieth Century Fox Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 The gang of kids in a scene from the film 'The Sandlot', 1993. The gang of kids in a scene from the film 'The Sandlot', 1993. Photo: Twentieth Century Fox 'Sandlot' director says he's sold pitch for TV series sequel to 1993 baseball flick 1 / 4 Back to Gallery The director of the 1993 cult-adored baseball epic "The Sandlot," David Mickey Evans, revealed on a podcast called "Rain Delay" that … [Read more...] about ‘Sandlot’ director says he’s sold pitch for TV series sequel to 1993 baseball flick
By Chuck Barney | [email protected] | Bay Area News GroupPUBLISHED: January 16, 2019 at 2:01 pm | UPDATED: January 17, 2019 at 10:16 am As the great American orator, Neil Sedaka, once opined, “breaking up is hard to do.” But that’s the dilemma facing many TV viewers in 2019 as an extraordinary number of shows prepare to deliver their final episodes. We’ll have to bid farewell to some of our favorite characters and story lines and, somehow, find a way to — sob — move on. In order to help you start out on the road to closure, we’ve compiled a list of shows that will depart this year. Grab the tissues and take a gander: — “The Affair” (Showtime): Montauk will never be the same. All the emotionally wrenching drama will cease after a fifth season coming later this year. The show will make a substantial time jump and introduce Anna Paquin (“True Blood”) as the daughter of Alison (Ruth Wilson) and Cole (Joshua … [Read more...] about The farewell shows: Which TV series are ending this year?