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Jack is heading to theater this summer! He will star in the upcoming production of Byhalia, Mississippi, a new play by Evan Linder exploring race, infidelity, and family. It will run from June 7th to July 7th. Good luck to Jack!

PLAYBILL – Winner of Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson Award for Best New Work in 2016, Byhalia, Mississippi centers on Jim and Laurel, a couple who are broke, young, and deeply in love. When Laurel gives birth to their overdue child, the biracial baby is a surprise to everyone, especially her husband Jim, igniting a firestorm in their small southern town.

The production will also star Aimé Donna Kelly as Ayesha, Blake Anthony Morris as Karl, Joseph Jefferson Award–winning Steppenwolf Theatre ensemble member Caroline Neff as Laurel, and Joseph Jefferson Award winner Cecelia Wingate as Celeste.

“Byhalia is about seven miles south of where I grew up, and I know this region and these characters intimately. These are people who are not often reflected on American stages unless they are caricatures or the butt of a joke. To me, they are my home. They are family,” says playwright Linder. “I think we all have a desire to see the people and places we love the most become better, learn from past mistakes and move forward. For me, writing Byhalia, Mississippi sprang from that desire.”

Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired rights to the drama, We Are Boats, setting it for a limited theatrical release on March 8th, and DVD & VOD release on April! Check out the official poster and two first look images in our gallery.

VARIETY – Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American rights to the inspirational drama “We Are Boats,” starring “Westworld” alums Angela Sarafyan and Luke Hemsworth, Variety has learned exclusively.

Breaking Glass Pictures acquired rights to the film during the Sundance Film Festival in a deal negotiated between Breaking Glass CEO Rich Wolff and writer/director James Bird. The film will receive a limited theatrical beginning March 8, followed by a DVD and VOD release early in April.

“We Are Boats” premiered at AFI Cannes where it won the best feature award and went on to play the Napa Valley Film Festival, Santa Fe Film Festival, and Orlando film Festival as the opening night film.

Alongside Sarafyan and Hemsworth, the film also stars Amanda Plummer, Adriana Mather, Justin Corwell, Jack Falahee, Gaia Weiss, Booboo Stewart, Graham Greene, and Uzo Aduba (“Orange is the New Black”).

“’We Are Boats’ is a film about life, death, friendship, and true love,” said Bird. “We are so excited to be partnering up with Breaking Glass pictures, who specialize in bringing stories of the heart to the world.”

The story focuses on a woman who navigates through the living world by encountering strangers at the exact moment she needs to, sending their lives on either a better course towards happiness or setting the wheels in motion towards a tragic end. She’s also secretly searching for a loved one that she never had the chance to say goodbye to.

January 17, 2019
News The Song of Sway Lake

One of Jack’s films, The Song of Sway Lake, will be available On Demand and several other digital platforms in the UK and Ireland on January 21st!

Directed by Ari Gold (Adventures of Power), THE SONG OF SWAY LAKE takes place one summer on Sway Lake, former playground of the jazz-age New York aristocracy. Young music collector Ollie Sway (Rory Culkin) recruits his only friend, a homeless Russian drifter (Robert Sheehan), to help him steal a one-of-a-kind vintage record from his own family’s glamorous estate. Ollie believes the secret recording of the WW2-era hit, “Sway Lake,” will redeem his father, who committed suicide there.

But the arrival of Ollie’s aristocratic grandmother, Charlie Sway (Mary Beth Peil), changes everything. The matriarch transfixes the class-conscious young Russian, while she sees in him the glory of her youth. And the mysterious song, which hasn’t been heard in half a century, may answer the deepest riddles about love and death, for whichever lost soul is first to find it.

THE SONG OF SWAY LAKE will be released on the following platforms on Monday January 21st in UK and Ireland: iTunes, Xbox, Sony PlayStation, Google Play, YouTube Movies, Amazon, BT Store, Sky Store, VirginMovies & Chili TV

TVLine has shared some first look photos and details on some returning and upcoming shows, and we got our first image from the new season of How to Get Away with Murder. We did miss that look on Connor! Don’t miss the season premiere on September 27th!

Season 5 of the ABC drama will have “a Season 1 vibe,” according to showrunner Pete Nowalk, in that Annalise will return to teaching and the series will revisit a Case of the Week format. “[The students] are in a third-year legal clinic, so they’ll get to try their own legal cases and be lawyers in the courtroom,” Nowalk tells us, adding that the Keating Four “have to compete to get into this clinic… and there might be one of our people who doesn’t get in.” Much of the season also will be dedicated to Gabriel Maddox, whose connection to Annalise & Co. “is probably our biggest mystery,” Nowalk shares. “He will factor in in a huge way, for all of the characters.” As for Laurel’s mommy issues, viewers “will get an answer in the premiere” about whether Sandrine is alive or dead, but the Murder writers are otherwise “happy to put aside Laurel’s family drama for a bit.” And, yes, the season premiere will feature another trademark flash-forward, which Nowalk confirms takes place at “a big party… and something bad happens there.”

BONUS SPOILER!: Now that Michaela and Asher have split up, seemingly for good, “there’s still [Scandal‘s] Marcus on Michaela’s mind,” Nowalk says. “We’ll find out what happens [between them] early in our season.”

Mark your calendars. How to Get Away with Murder returns for its fifth season on September 27th!

ABC’s longest-running prime-time drama series, “Grey’s Anatomy,” kicks off its record-breaking 15th season with a two-hour premiere on Thursday, Sept. 27, followed by the fifth season premiere of “How to Get Away with Murder.” “Station 19” returns to the TGIT lineup the following Thursday, Oct. 4.

8:00-10:00 p.m. “Grey’s Anatomy” (Season 15 premiere; two hours)
10:00-11:00 p.m. “How to Get Away with Murder” (Season 5 premiere)

ABC has unveiled their Fall 2018-19 schedule, and How to Get Away with Murder is staying on Thursdays and on the 10/9c timeslot! With Scandal officially over, Station 19 will take over its slot to complete the new TGIT.

8-10 p.m. — Dancing With the Stars
10-11 p.m. — The Good Doctor

8-8:30 p.m. — Roseanne
8:30-9 p.m. — THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT
9-9:30 p.m. — Black-ish
9:30-10 p.m. — Splitting Up Together
10-11 p.m. — THE ROOKIE

8-8:30 p.m. — The Goldbergs
8:30-9 p.m. — American Housewife (new time slot)
9-9:30 p.m. — Modern Family
9:30-10 p.m. — SINGLE PARENTS

8-9 p.m. — Grey’s Anatomy
9-10 p.m. — Station 19
10-11 p.m. — How to Get Away With Murder

8-8:30 p.m. — Fresh Off the Boat (new time slot)
8:30-9 p.m. — Speechless (new time slot)
9-10 p.m. — Child Support (new time slot)
10-11 p.m. — 20/20

8-11 p.m. — Saturday Night Football

7-8 p.m. — America’s Funniest Home Videos
9-10 p.m. — Shark Tank

The waiting and worrying are all over. How to Get Away with Murder will officially return for a fifth season! Congratulations to the cast and crew for the well-deserved renewal.

DEADLINE – ABC has given a Season 5 pickup to its legal thriller drama How to Get Away With Murder. The renewal of the Shondaland drama was fully expected.

After the end of Scandal, HTGAWM is the second longest-running Shondaland series, and it’s well received, earning star Viola Davis top awards including an Emmy. Additionally, while a modest Live+Same Day performer (average 0.94 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 3.70 million viewers in Season 4, down by 28% and by 20%, respectively, compared to Season 3), it continues to be a big DVR gainer. Its Live+7 tally for Season 4 was 6.4 million viewers and a 2.0 in 18-49, ranking as ABC’s third highest-rated drama in the demo behind Grey’s Anatomy and The Good Doctor.

Starring Davis, Billy Brown, Jack Falahee, Aja Naomi King, Matt McGorry, Conrad Ricamora, Karla Souza, Charlie Weber and Liza Weil, How To Get Away With Murder revolves around the world of Middleton University Professor Annalise Keating (Davis). Murder, deception, fear and guilt bind her to her longtime associates and students. As the group struggles to move on following the death of one of their own, their past continues to haunt them.