Fox Gets MLB Involved on Female Baseball Drama ‘Pitch’

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Fox gets MLB involved on female baseball drama Pitch

Major League Baseball, which already has a deal with Fox to air real games, will be part of the network’s fictional games, too. On the drama pilot Pitch, Ginny, the first female pitcher in professional baseball (played by Kylie Bunbury), will pitch for the San Diego Padres, with filming set for the Padres’ home at Petco Park. The league will also lend their “expertise” in ensuring Pitch’s accuracy.

TLC’s first scripted series will be from Tyler Perry

The cable channel famous for its reality TV offerings will make its scripted debut this summer with Perry’s Too Close to Home, about “a young woman who is forced to return to her trailer-park beginnings after her political career is derailed by a sex scandal.”

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Pixar’s Finding Dory director wanted a The Wire reunion in his film

That’s why Idris Elba and Dominic West were cast in the upcoming Finding Nemo spinoff. “The truth is, I really wanted to witness a Wire reunion. So we got them together,” says Finding Dory director Andrew Stanton.

Report: Joe Biden successfully lobbied HBO to make Confirmation changes, but Republicans are still upset with the film

While the vice president got the Clarence Thomas hearings movie to make him look more positive, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Republicans who were involved in the confirmation hearings 25 years ago complain that the film is an election year hit job on the GOP. “HBO made this movie in an election year to support Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party, which loves to claim that a mythical ‘war on women’ is underway by Republicans,” says Mark Paoletta, a lawyer in the first Bush White House who hasn’t seen the film but read an early draft.

Comedy Central cancels Moonbeam City after 1 season

The animated series Rob Lowe, Elizabeth Banks, Will Forte and Kate Mara struggled to attract a wide audience.

Buffy’s Anthony Stewart Head will join his daughter on Freeform’s Amanda Knox-inspired murder mystery

The Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum and daughter Daisy Head will co-star on Guilt, where he’ll play her stepfather who’s connected to the murder victim.

The People vs. O.J. Simpson’s Judge Lance Ito says his opinion changed of his real-life counterpart

Kenneth Choi tried to reach out to the real Ito, but the now-retired judge politely declined. “I had always thought of Ito as being very professional and very stoic, emotionless, almost robot-like with his speech and demeanor,” says Choi. “My impression of him actually changed during my research. Watching so much footage of him, I felt a sense of an actual personality coming through him. He had a very good sense of humor and at times a sardonic wit.” PLUS: How factual was this week’s episode?, and why People vs. O.J. proves our no spoiler culture is ridiculous.

Jeff Goldblum and Amy Sedaris are coming to Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Anna Camp will also appear on Season 2 of the Netflix comedy.

Check out Rob Thomas on Rob Thomas’ iZombie

Here’s your first look at the Matchbox 20 singer on the show helmed by the other famous guy named Rob Thomas.

Here’s a pic of The Bachelorette with some Pittsburgh Steelers

JoJo did indeed get to hang out with Ben Roethlisberger yesterday at Heinz Field.

Seth Meyers explains why his son’s name is Ash Olsen

Ash after his wife’s maiden name Ashe and Olsen after his mother’s maiden name. PLUS: What was Tracy Morgan’s gift to Seth’s son?

Is Stephen Colbert trying to turn The Late Show into a musical?

Colbert keeps having his guests sing with him. On Monday, Tom Hiddleston sang. And last night, Colbert and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Rachel Bloom sang a duet of Anything Can Be a Musical.

James Corden got to text Leonardo DiCaprio during his Carpool Karaoke with J.Lo

Corden’s first primetime special involved him grabbing ahold of Jennifer Lopez’s phone.