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NEW YORK (AP) — Queen Latifah, Rebecca Breeds and Thomas Middleditch are set to star in three new CBS exhibits for the 2020-21 season because the community provides a reimagined “Equalizer,” a present primarily based on “The Silence of the Lambs” and a comedy about organ donation.
Queen Latifah steps into the function of a retired special-ops agent who fiercely believes in justice in “Equalizer,” enjoying a personality beforehand portrayed on TV and movie by Edward Woodward and Denzel Washington.
Breeds, of “Fairly Little Liars” fame, will play FBI Agent Clarice Starling in “Clarice” as she returns to the sector in 1993, six months after the occasions of “The Silence of the Lambs.” Chris Noth and Lorraine Toussaint additionally star.
Middleditch of “Silicon Valley” groups up with Broadway veteran Annaleigh Ashford from “Masters of Intercourse” for the comedy “B Constructive,” by creators Chuck Lorre and Marco Pennette. The present is a couple of newly divorced dad who finds a kidney donor in a girl from his previous.
Earlier this week, CBS introduced the return of 23 sequence, together with the “NCIS” household, “Younger Sheldon,” “All Rise,” “Blue Bloods,” “Bull,” Magnum P.I.,” “The Neighborhood,” “The Unicorn,” “Bob Hearts Abishola” and “Evil.”
CBS is dropping some big-name stars and their exhibits: the Edie Falco drama “Tommy” and sitcoms “Carol’s Second Act” with Patricia Heaton, “Man with a Plan” starring Matt LeBlanc and “Broke” with Pauley Perrette. Beforehand canceled exhibits embrace “God Friended Me,” “Hawaii 5-0” and “Felony Minds.”
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