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dinsdag 15 januari 2013

Netflix Nabs Cartoon Network, Adult Swim Programs in Deal With Warner Bros.TV

Netflix's library of television titles continues to grow after reaching another exclusive licensing deal with the Warner Bros. Television Group.

Starting this spring, a variety of titles from Cartoon Network and Adult Swim will become available to subscribers, while a deal with Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. will bring seasons one and two of TNT's "Dallas" reboot to the streaming service in January 2014.

"We are delighted that Netflix will become the exclusive over-the-top streaming subscription destination for past seasons of favorite Cartoon Network and Adult Swim titles," Ted Sarandos, chief content officer of Netflix, said in a statement. "We're also thrilled to be able to offer the latest seasons of 'Dallas,' one of the greatest all-time guilty pleasures."

The latest deal between Netflix and Warner Bros. Television comes just a week after the two parties reached agreement to make programs like "The West Wing," "Chuck," "Fringe," "Political Animals" and eventually, "The Following" exclusively available on the streaming service.

Complete past seasons of Cartoon Network shows such as "Adventure Time," "Ben 10," "Regular Show" and "Johnny Bravo" will join Warner Bros. Animation's "Green Lantern" in the "Just for Kids" section of Netflix Instant on March 30. Adult Swim's "Robot Chicken," "Aqua Teen Hunger Force," "The Boondocks" and "Children's Hospital" will also become available at that time.

"We are thrilled to continue our great relationship with Netflix giving their subscribers access to more and more of our programming," Ken Werner, president of Warner Bros. domestic television distribution, added. "This represents another evolutionary step in the TV ecosystem working with Netflix, on the SVOD platform, to improve the consumer experience while being respectful of existing business models."

Robyn's 'Dancing' Sales Soar After 'Girls' Golden Globe Wins

The song was heard twice during Sunday’s show, where the HBO series won best comedy and best actress for Lena Dunham.

It looks like Robyn will be "dancing" up the sales charts this week, thanks to the Golden Globe Awards.

The pop singer/songwriter's "Dancing On My Own" was heard twice during the Sunday evening show, broadcast on NBC. The song soundtracked the two wins for the HBO TV series Girls. The show won a Globe for best TV series - comedy, as well as a trophy for its star and creator, Lena Dunham (best performance by an actress in a TV series - comedy or musical).
Label sources indicate that the song's daily sales tripled on Sunday from its normal daily average. And, for the tracking week ending Sunday night, Jan. 13, the song sold an estimated 7,000 copies -- its best sales frame since May of 2012. That was when the cut was basking in the glow of its first "Girls" usage -- in the show's April 29 episode. In the two weeks that followed the episode, "Dancing" sold 23,000 (week ending May 6) and 9,000 (May 13), according to Nielsen SoundScan.

The "Girls" soundtrack album, which was released last Tuesday (Jan. 8), is on track to bow with around 7,000 on this week's Billboard 200 chart (so suggest sources). "Dancing On My Own" is the lead cut on the set, which also features selections by fun., Santigold and Grouplove.

Final, official SoundScan sales figures for both "Dancing On My Own" and the "Girls" soundtrack will be released on Wednesday, Jan. 16.

CBS' 'Under the Dome' Casts 'Jake and the Never Land Pirates' Star

Colin Ford will play Joe, a smart teenager whose parents are on the other side of the mysterious dome.

Jake and the Never Land Pirates star Colin Ford has been tapped to play Joe, a teenager in Chester's Mill, the small New England town that is suddenly and mysteriously sealed off by an enormous transparent dome.
Based on the 2009 Stephen King novel, the series follows residents in the community as they deal with the postapocalyptic conditions while searching for answers as to what the barrier is, where it came from and when -- and if -- it will go away. Joe is described as being a smart kid who is freaked out when he discovers that both of his parents are on the other side of the dome.

CBS Television Studios will produce the drama, which was picked up straight to series, in association with Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television. Neal Baer (A Gifted Man, Law & Order: SVU), King, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, Stacey Snider and comic scribe Brian K. Vaughan (Y: The Last Man, Lost) -- who penned the Under the Dome television adaptation -- will serve as executive producers. Director Niels Arden Oplev (Unforgettable, Sweden's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo) will direct the first episode.

Ford voices the title role in Disney Junior Annie Award-winning musical Jake and the Never Land Pirates, with the show's third season scheduled to premiere in February. Repped by UTA, Management 360 and Ziffren Brittenham, his feature credits include features We Bought a Zoo, Push and Eye of the Hurricane. His small-screen roles include playing a young Sam Winchester on the CW's Supernatural, voice roles on Fox's Family Guy and an episode of The Mob Doctor.

Britain's Got Talent 2013 auditions: Last chance to try out this Saturday!

This weekend is your final chance to apply for Britain’s Got Talent 2013, with a last day of open auditions in London.

David Walliams, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden will all be back together on the panel for the second series, and Saturday is the last chance to audition to stand a chance of putting your act in front of them.

The show will be holding an Open Auditions Day at The Oval (The Kia Oval is at Kennington, London, SE11 5SS) in London on Saturday, 19 January 2013.

Last year over 6,000 people turned up to audition at The Oval’s Open Day so the doors open at 9.00am and will not close until the last act is seen. Two of 2012’s amazing live semi-finalists auditioned at The Oval last year – singer Hope Murphy and circus performer, Billy George.

Matt Banks, Series Producer, Britain’s Got Talent, says: “We’ve already seen thousands of acts but we want to make sure we find the best talent around and this Open Day allows even more people to audition.

“After such a huge year for Great Britain in 2012 we want to keep Britain proud for 2013 by bringing a series packed with talent to ITV1.”

Celebrity Big Brother 2013 housemates go all X Factor for latest task

The Celebrity Big Brother 2013 housemates have been set a new task which has seen them go all X Factor.

The house’s Big Vendor machine has been sitting quietly in the living area since launch night, but came alive tonight.

The machine revealed Big Brother’s latest task: Definition of Celebrity.

Cheeky Big Vendor told the group he didn’t know who they were or what they were famous for.

Setting a special task for the house, the stars have been split into teams led by Rylan Clark and Claire Richards.

Rylan’s team is formed of Gillian, Tricia, Razor and Heidi and Claire’s is made up of Spencer, Lacey, Frankie and Ryan.

Yes, it took Big Vendor to split Speidi up.

The two teams have been given two hours to prepare their own performance piece for a talent show tonight where they’ll have to demonstrate to Big Vendor the ‘talents’ that have made them famous.

Big Vendor will take the role of judge and decide which of the teams is the most talented and will win.

The winners will be rewarded with a selection of products from Big Vendor’s shelves.

In other words, they’ll just get some booze, but it’ll provide some laughs.

Philip Roth Names the Best of His Own Books

Philip Roth says that since retiring from writing, he wakes up each morning and has a glass of orange juice. Then he goes back to bed and reads.

"I'm doing fine without writing," he said Monday. "Someone should have told me about this earlier."

Roth's contentment will disappoint legions of readers who hoped that Roth wouldn't be able to stay retired long. The winner of the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize, among many other awards, wrote 31 books, and was as productive near the end of his career as he was at any other time.

But Roth -- whose retirement made the front page of the New York Times in November -- said he hopes he won't find the inspiration to write another novel.

"I found it 31 times," he said. "I don't want to find it anymore. I'm tired."

Roth spoke at a Television Critics Association panel for the PBS American Masters special "Philip Roth: Unmasked," which looks back on a half-century of books that began with the publication of "Goodbye, Columbus" in 1959.

Roth has said that after completing his last book, 2010's "Nemesis," he reread all of his work. TheWrap asked him which of his books he believed were the best written, and he chose two from the 1990s.

"You write differently in each book," Roth said. "It may appear to be similar to readers but you're a different writer in each book, because you haven't approached that subject before. And every subject brings out a different prose strain in you. Fundamentally, yes, you're contained as one writer. But you have various voices. Like a good actor."

"I'm particularly partial to a book called 'Sabbath's Theater,' which a lot of people hate. Now, that's not the reason I like it," he said.

"But I think it's got a lot of freedom in it. That's what you're looking for as a writer when you're working. You're looking for your own freedom. To lose your inhibition to delve deep into your memory and experiences and life and then to find the prose that will persuade the reader."

He wryly added: "So I liked 'Sabbath's Theater,' I advise you all to read it."

"The other book I like very much is the book that follows 'Sabbath's Theater,'" Roth continued. "'Sabbath's Theater' is about a kind of giant of disobedience, Mickey Sabbath. He's death haunted and yet has great gaiety about his own death. He's an interesting guy, but he wouldn't be thought of as a conventionally virtuous man."

"In 'American Pastoral,' the next book, I wanted to write about a conventionally virtuous man. I was sick of Mickey Sabbath and I wanted to go to the other end of the spectrum. I think the book worked, enabled me to write about the most powerful decade of my life, the '60s, and the domestic turbulence of the '60s, and I think I got a lot of that into the book."

"There are other books I like too," he said, but those two stand out in "recent decades."

Roth also talked about the breakthrough success of his 1969 novel "Portnoy's Complaint." He said that when it became apparent that the book would get lots of attention -- in part because of its blunt sexual humor -- he took his parents to lunch to warn them.

Roth said he spent two hours telling his parents how to prepare themselves for reporters.

"I told them that it was not against the law to hang up on a journalist," he said.

After his mother died, Roth said, he asked his father what his parents talked about as they went home from that lunch.

"She said, 'He has delusions of grandeur,'" he remembered his father saying. "He was never that type of boy. He's going to have his heart broken because this is not going to happen."

HBO's Woody Harrelson, Matthew McConaughey Drama Casts 'Eagle Eye' Star Michelle Monaghan

Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey's upcoming HBO crime series "True Detective" has added Michelle Monaghan to its cast, multiple sources told TheWrap on Monday.

Monaghan, whose credits include starring roles in the thrillers "Eagle Eye" and "Source Code," will play Maggie Hart, the wife of Harrelson's Martin Hart character. Her character is described as "a woman who makes a hard decision that has long-reaching and devastating consequences."

The anthology series, which stars McConaughey and Harrelson as a pair of detectives whose paths cross while they're trying to solve a 17-year-old murder in Louisiana, will start with the 1995 murder and pick up with the case being reopened, with the first season wrapping when the case is solved. Subsequent seasons of the series will center on new characters and stories, much like FX's "American Horror Story."

"True Detective" is written by Nic Pizzolatto, whose credits include the AMC drama "The Killing," and directed by Cary Fukunaga, who directed "Jane Eyre."

Deadline first reported the news of Monaghan's "True Detective" casting.

PBS CEO Says Elmo Bigger Than His Puppeteer, Talks 'Downton' Scheduling

PBS CEO Paula Kerger says "Sesame Street" will weather the scandal over Elmo puppeter Kevin Clash because "the character of Elmo is larger than any one individual."

She also said a new puppeteer may not be named because several puppeteers are able to work with the beloved "Sesame Street" character. Clash resigned from handling Elmo in November amid allegations that Clash had sexual relationships with underage teenage boys.

Kerger also spoke at a Television Critics Association panel Monday about Mitt Romney's Big Bird moment during the presidential debates, and why PBS doesn't air "Downton Abbey" in sync with the show's British airing.

Airing "Downton" in the fall overseas and in January in the U.S. means American fans of the show need to shield themselves from hearing about major plot developments. But it has its advantages, including the "enormous generation of publicity" that "Downton" receives in January, which it might not receive in the crowded fall season. The show's third season had a huge U.S. debut this month, scoring 7.9 million viewers.

"You have encouraged us often that everyone puts their most competitive work on in the fall," Kerger said, referring to TV critics, "and to put 'Downton' in the teeth of that I'm not sure serves anyone well."

Kerger said the issue of when to air "Downton" is a "question of great debate" and that PBS hopes to air the show when it will best satisfy viewers.

She also talked about her shock when Romney said that he wanted to cut PBS funding despite his personal fondness for its programming and love of Big Bird. She said she saw it as an opportunity to tell the public about how PBS is funded.

She also talked about her shock when Romney said that he wanted to cut PBS's federal funding despite his personal fondness for its programming and love of Big Bird. "I almost fell off my couch," she said, echoing earlier comments about her shock at PBS becoming part of the debate.

But she said she saw it as an opportunity to tell the public -- and Congress -- about how PBS is funded. "It was an opportunity to try to explain to a much wider audience and to the American people and to those on the Hill who we are," she said. She explained that while PBS gets 15 percent of its funding from the federal government, it goes directly to local stations, many of which rely on it to exist. Without federal funding, roughly a third of PBS stations would go dark, she said.

'Way to Go' writer Bob Kushell: 'The BBC pushes boundaries'

The creator of new BBC Three sitcom Way to Go has insisted that the show is about character and not controversy.

Bob Kushell (3rd Rock from the Sun, Suburgatory) spoke to Digital Spy about the new comedy series, which stars Inbetweeners actor Blake Harrison as a cash-strapped young man who sets up an assisted-suicide business with his brother (Ben Heathcote) and their friend (Marc Wootton).

The US writer explained that Harrison's character Scott "constantly questions" his new way of life across Way to Go's six episodes.

"The scripts deal with it in a very delicate way," he explained. "The subject matter is really the background of what the show is about."

Kushell - who also writes for Charlie Sheen's Anger Management - added that he had "never planned" to work in UK television, but praised the "incredible shows" on offer.

"I think the BBC just got this show," he said. "They're so open to pushing the boundaries."

Way to Go begins on Thursday, January 17 at 10pm on BBC Three.

'Primeval: New World' star "so hoping for a second season"

Sara Canning has promised that the finale to Primeval: New World's first season is "wild".

The former Vampire Diaries star told SciFiNow that she is "so hoping" for a second season of the Canadian sci-fi drama, a spinoff from UK series Primeval.

"I think there are so many roads we could take," said the actress. "The finale is so wild, I can't wait to see where they end up together. There are just so many possibilities for season two."

Canning also hinted that a romance blossoming between her character Dylan and Niall Matter's Evan Cross is "a possibility".

"I love the relationship between Dylan and Evan because I don't think it's definable - it's will they/won't they - and I think Niall [Matter] and I both agree that our favourite part of the relationship is the level of respect that they each have for one another," she explained.

PBS Announces Stephen Hawking and 'Latino Americans' Docs, New Drama 'The Bletchley Circle'

PBS announced plans for the "first-ever autobiographical documentary of physicist Stephen Hawking, "A Brief History of Mine," as well as the documentary series "Latino Americans" and the new Sunday-night murder mystery "The Bletchley Circle."

The announcements were among several from PBS at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.

"A Brief History of Mine" (a working title) is slated to air this year and will tell Hawking's life story, largely in his own words. It will feature contributors and Hawking fans including astronaut Edwin Eugene “Buzz” Aldrin Jr., actors Jim Carrey and Benedict Cumberbatch, mathematical physicist Sir Roger Penrose and entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson.

"Latino Americans," a three-part series airing in the fall, will be narrated by Benjamin Bratt and will look at how Latinos have helped shape the United States over more than 500 years. The  filmmakers will document the evolution of a “Latino American” identity, from the 1500s to the present day, through interviews with about 100 Latinos in politics, business and pop culture.

The three-part murder mystery "The Bletchley Circle" will air on Sundays beginning on April 21. A production of World Productions distributed worldwide by Content Television, the series aired in the UK in September. It follows ordinary women with the extraordinary ability to break codes, a skill they sharpened during World War II at Bletchley Park, the site of the UK's main decryption site.

The two-hour special "How Sherlock Changed the World," meanwhile, will look at the impact the fictional Holmes had on real investigative techniques. It will premiere in the fall.

PBS also announced that it will hold the second Online Film Festival, featuring short-form films, beginning Monday, March 4, and a multi-platform Independent Film Showcase. Both will feature films from "POV" and "Independent Lens," as well as other public media partners.

PBS Airing Week of Newtown Shooting Coverage

PBS will air a week of specials in February focused on the Newtown, Conn., shootings, the network announced Monday.

Each night of "After Newtown" coverage will begin with a "PBS Newhour" focused on topics connected to the shooting, including violence in the media, gun control, and how other cities that have suffered mass shootings have dealth with their tragedies.

The series will also feature a "Frontline" special report, "Raising Adam Lanza." Created in collaboration with The Hartford Courant, it will profile the shooter, examine his relationship with his mother, and investigate American gun culture.

A "Nova" program, meanwhile, will focus on violence and the brain, while a "Need to Know" will discuss the ripple effects of the shooting. "Washington Week With Gwen Ifill" will look at how politicians are reacting to the tragedy.

Celebrity Big Brother: Lacey Banghard gets naked

Celebrity Big Brother star Lacey Banghard has heated up the house by going completely naked - the day after being nominated for eviction.

The glamour model and Page 3 idol couldn't help but expose herself as she attempted to cover herself up after stepping out of the shower.

Protesting that she had forgotten her towel, Banghard apparently then streaked through the lounge.

She is the second housemate to completely expose themselves to the Celebrity Big Brother cameras after Rylan Clark dropped his onesie before a horrified Neil Ruddock in the garden last week.

Banghard and Heidi and Spencer Pratt had been nominated by their fellow housemates yesterday (January 13).

They join Rylan and Claire Richards, who were chosen by Speidi following their return from the luxury basement on Friday (January 11), in facing the public vote.

Banghard has been named as the favourite to be evicted on Wednesday (January 16), with one bookmaker commenting that she is "too nice" for the house.

TV Tonight 15th of January 2013

The daily list in alphabetical order, of all the new episodes airing.

American Experience S24E10: "THE ABOLITIONISTS, Part Two: 1838-1854"
Antiques Road Trip S06E07: "Series 6, Episode 7"
Ben and Kate S01E12: "Girl Problems"
Betty White's Off Their Rockers S02E03: "Season 2, Episode 3"
Betty White's Off Their Rockers S02E04: "Season 2, Episode 4"
Big Brother's Bit on the Side S06E13
Celebrity Big Brother S11E15: "Series 11 - Day 12 Highlights"
Chasing Classic Cars S06E12: "Kings of the Road"
Chelsea Lately S07E06
Chopped S14E02: "Chopped Champions: Part 1"
Come Dine With Me S20E86: "Series 20, Episode 67"
Conan S03E29: "Baron Vaughn"
Cougar Town S04E02: "I Need to Know"
Courtesy of Zettai Karen Children: The Unlimited S01E02: "Episode 2"
Cracked S01E02: "Fallen"
Dance Moms S03E03: "But I'm A National Champion!"
Dangerous Grounds S01E08: "Colombia"
Daybreak S03E90: "January 15, 2013"
Days of our Lives S48E46: "Ep. #12002"
Deal Or No Deal (UK) S08E134: "Episode 2127"
Death In Paradise S02E02: "Series 2, Episode 2"
Diggers S01E06: "Of Mines and Men"
Diggers S01E05: "Civil War Nectar Sector"
Doctors S14E169: "Bleeding Hearts"
Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 S02E11: "Dating Games"
Doomsday Preppers S02E11: "In the Hurt Locker"
Dual Survival S03E03: "Into The Frying Pan"
EastEnders S29E10: "January 15, 2013"
Emily Owens, M.D. S01E10: "Emily and... the Social Experiment"
Emmerdale S42E13: "January 15, 2013"
Escape To The Country S13E37: "Essex"
Face Off S04E01: "Make It Reign"
Face the Clock S01E07: "Episode 7"
Father Brown (2013) S01E02: "The Flying Stars"
Four In A Bed S04E07: "Series 4, Episode 7"
Frontline (US) S31E07: "Inside Obama's Presidency"
General Hospital (US) S50E197: "#12725"
Go On S01E13: "Gooooaaaallll Doll!"
Got to Dance S04E12: "Series 4, Episode 12"
Great British Railway Journeys S04E07: "Woking to Clapham Junction"
Happy Endings S03E11: "The Ex Factor"
Hardcore Pawn S06E23: "TBA"
Hardcore Pawn: Chicago S01E03: "TBA"
Hart Of Dixie S02E11: "Old Alabama"
Holby City S15E14: "Push the Button - Part One"
Hollyoaks S19E10: "January 15, 2013"
House Hunters S51E11
House Hunters International S35E03: "Fresh Start in Tokyo, Japan"
I Hate My Bath S03E07: "Big Brown Bath"
Ich bin ein Star - Holt mich hier raus! S07E05: "Tag 5"
Jimmy Kimmel Live S11E07: "Rob Lowe, Bryce Harper, Big Boi"
Judge Judy S17E111: "Black and Blue Ear | Text Message Payback"
Justified S04E02: "Where's Waldo?"
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness S02E12: "Terror Cotta"
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon S04E10
Late Show with David Letterman S20E69
Locomotion: Dan Snow's History of Railways S01E01: "Episode 1"
Loose Women S17E80: "Series 17, Show 80"
Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too S04E09: "... And In the End"
MTV2's Guy Code S03E01: "TBA"
Nattpatruljen S01E06: "Season 1, Episode 6"
NCIS S10E12: "Shiva (2)"
NCIS: Los Angeles S04E12: "Paper Soldiers"
Neighbours S29E07: "Episode 6557"
New Girl S02E13: "A Father's Love"
Nightmare Next Door S03E06: "Taste of Murder"
Parenthood (2010) S04E14: "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back"
Pioneers of Television S03E01: "Funny Ladies"
Pointless S08E10: "Series 8, Episode 10"
Pramface S02E02: "Stay at Home Losers"
Pretty Little Liars S03E15: "Mona-Mania"
Private Practice S06E12: "Full Release"
Raising Hope S03E12: "Lord of the Ring"
Real Husbands of Hollywood S01E01: "Easy Bake Kevin (Pilot)"
Sakura-sou no Petto na Kanojo S01E14
Salatut elämät S15E86: "Talen kosto on ikuistettu"
School 2013 S01E13: "Season 1, Episode 13"
Second Generation Wayans S01E01: "The Arrival (Pilot)"
Snooki and JWoww S02E02: "Pregnant Problems"
Space Janitors S01E08: "Season 1, Episode 8"
Storage Hoarders S01E17: "Episode 17"
Storage Wars: NY S01E06: "I've Got A Bridge To Sell You In Brooklyn"
Storage Wars: NY S01E05: "Long Island City Of Dreams"
Storage Wars: Texas S02E34: "The Cock Fighter From Mexico"
Storage Wars: Texas S02E35: "You Bought It, You Break It"
Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents S03E02: "Malia"
Supersize vs Superskinny S06E02: "Joanne Leadley v Ross Clarke"
The Bad Girls Club S10E01: "Southern Hospitality"
The Bold and the Beautiful S26E205: "Ep. #6489"
The Burn S02E02: "Season 2, Episode 2"
The Chase (2009) S06E50: "Series 6, Episode 50"
The Chew S02E90: "Episode 328"
The Colbert Report S09E06: "Jared Diamond"
The Daily Show S18E44: "Bob Schieffer"
The Dr. Phil Show S11E86: "Is Mom Playing Favorites?"
The Ellen DeGeneres Show S10E82: "Nicki Minaj"
The Jeremy Kyle Show S08E85: "January 15, 2013"
The Joe Schmo Show S03E03: "Schmo In The Wild"
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson S09E07: "Lena Dunham, Bill Pullman"
The Lying Game S02E02: "Cheat, Play, Love"
The Mindy Project S01E11: "Bunk Bed"
The New Normal S01E13: "Stay-At-Home Dad"
The Project S05E11: "Season 5, Episode 11"
The Sarah Millican Television Programme S02E01: "Series 2, Episode 1"
The Sheriffs are Coming S02E02: "Series 2, Episode 2"
The Sisterhood S01E03: "Thou Shalt Not Walk Out on Your Wife"
The Talk S03E85: "Rachel Bilson, Ken Lindner"
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno S21E20
The Undateables S02E02: "Series 2, Episode 2"
The View S16E84: "Emmy Rossum"
The Young and the Restless S40E206: "Ep. #10075"
Thuis S18E102: "Season 18, Episode 102"
Tia & Tamera S02E22: "Overdue and Over It!"
Tipping Point S02E10: "Series 2, Episode 10"
Total Blackout (US) S02E04: "Broken Glass & Hot Coals"
Utopia S01E01: "Episode 1"
Vegas S01E12: "From This Day Forward"
Wanted Down Under S07E10: "Series 7, Episode 10"
Watch What Happens: Live S09E08: "TBA"
Wereld draait door, De S08E77: "Season 8, Episode 77"
Wolven S01E06: "Season 1, Episode 6"