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WRESTLING WATCH: TOP 5 RANKINGS OF THE WEEK 9/7 – 9/13

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  Wins and loses do not matter but match quality is the biggest factor.

Top 5 Men:

1. Finn Balor

2. Mr. Brodie Lee

3. Domminck Mysterio

4. Dustin Rhodes

5. Otis

 

 

 

Top 5 Women:

1. Rhea Ripley

2. Nikki Cross

3. Auska

4. Nyla Rose

5. Peyton Royce

 

 

Top 5 Tag Teams: 

1. Lucha House Party

2. The Hurt Business

3. Chris Jericho/Jake Hager

4. Roman Reigns/Jey Uso

5. Hiromu Takahashi & BUSHI

 

WRESTLING WATCH: TOP 5 RANKINGS OF THE WEEK 9/7 – 9/13

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Actors who played multiple roles on the same TV show

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Netflix’s acclaimed dark comedy Dead to Me, led by Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, is full of crazy twists and turns – an astonishing amount of which concern James Marsden, who plays not one, but two integral roles within the series. As the series opens, Jen (Applegate) attends a support group as she mourns the loss of her husband. She immediately connects with a fellow mourner, Judy (Cardellini), who says that she recently lost her fiancé Steve. As it turns out, Steve, played by Marsden, is very much alive, and though Jen is initially furious at Judy’s deception, the two go on to form a strange, co-dependent bond.

As Judy tries to leave Steve behind once and for all and move on with her life, she’s haunted by her ex-fiancé, which all comes to a head when Steve confronts Jen late one night at her home. Forced into a corner, Jen shoots and kills Steve, which is made all the more complicated when Steve’s twin brother Ben (who is, of course, also played by Marsden) appears, looking for his missing sibling. Apparently, after being killed off during the first season, Marsden reached out to creator and showrunner Liz Feldman and asked if Steve could possibly survive his head injury. That didn’t happen, but she and her casting directors still found an incredibly clever way to keep Marsden involved.

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‘This Is Us’ NBC Premiere Date Moves Up Two Weeks

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NBC has moved up the Season 5 premiere date for “This Is Us” to Oct. 27, the network announced Wednesday.

The family drama was initially scheduled to debut in November, but the announcement of the date change was made Wednesday during the season finale of “America’s Got Talent.” It will be one of the network’s first scripted dramas to return with new episodes this fall, following the returns of “The Voice,” “Superstore” and the social distancing comedy “Connecting…” next month.

The 20th Television-produced series is set to begin filming on Thursday.

Series creator Dan Fogelman tweeted last month that the new episodes would address COVID “in present day” and incorporate the pandemic into the planned storylines for the season.

“We’ve decided to attack things head on,” he wrote. “Very proud of @ThisIsUsWriters – Same planned ending. Same route to get there.”

The end of “This Is Us” Season 4 took place in the spring of 2020, right before the pandemic hit and included a far off time jump to decades into the future — but also one to Aug. 31, 2020, where a small group of the Pearson family were all alone together in a cabin — which could easily be worked into a story about how the Pearsons are living through COVID-19 just like the rest of us at that point in time.

The series stars Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz, Justin Hartley, Chris Sullivan and Susan Kelechi Watson. Dan Fogelman, Isaac Aptaker, Elizabeth Berger, John Requa, Glenn Ficarra, Ken Olin, Charlie Gogolak and Jess Rosenthal executive produce.

The series is coming off five Emmy nominations for its fourth season, with guest star Ron Cephas Jones taking home his second award for his role on the series on Sunday.

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Superhero Bits: ‘Marvel’s Avengers’ Game Patch Fixing Tons of Problems, ‘Ms. Marvel’ Casting Details & More

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What did Melissa Benoist have to say about Supergirl coming to an end next year? How many problems does the new patch for Marvel’s Avengers need to fix? Did you hear the process for getting Marvel and DC Funko POPs exclusives for NYCC next month? What do relationship therapists think of the relationships in Guardians of the Galaxy? Why did John Glover play both versions of Dr. Sivana in the Shazam! movie? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits.

Melissa Benoist posted this to Instagram after the announcement that Supergirl would be ending next year.

If you want any of the Marvel or DC Comics exclusive Funko POPs from NYCC, you’ll have to enter a lottery.

Hasbro Retro Marvel Action Figures

Hasbro announced a new line of retro style Marvel action figures designed after classic comic character looks.

A new patch for Marvel’s Avengers is apparently fixing over 1,000 problems that players found in the game.

Alex Ross discusses his history working on Earth X and developing the story for the new Marvel’s X series

Supergirl co-star Nicole Maines wrote a thank you to fans and the creators of the series now that it’s ending.

Aritst Jackson Caspersz created a poster for a Spider-Man: Sinister Six movie and even cast the villains.

Gugu Mbatha-Raw confirms that she’s back to work shooting Marvel’s Loki series on set down in Atlanta.

Due to the amount of graphics and images included in Superhero Bits, we have to split this post over THREE pages. Click the link above to continue to the next page of Superhero Bits.

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