TVLine Items: Voice Vote Hits Twitter, Party Down Vet Makes Blockbuster Goldbergs Visit and More
The Voice might well be starting a new trend(ing topic).
NBC’s singing competition series is bringing the vote to Twitter on Tuesday, Nov. 12, with the all-new “Instant Save.”
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Here’s how it works: America will have the chance to save one of the week’s bottom-three artists by tweeting the name of their favorite, along with “#VoiceSave,” during a five-minute period. Those votes will then be tallied, and the rescued contestant will be announced live.
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• Daily Show‘s Kristen Schaal and Rich Blomquist have teamed with scribes Phil Lord and Chris Miller (21 Jump Street) on American Monster, a comedy project for ABC. Per our sister site Deadline, the comedy follows a woman who becomes an unlikely celebrity when she goes on trial for a major murder. Schaal is slated to star.
• Rome/Luck alumna Kerry Condon has boarded NBC’s midseason drama Believe, Deadline reports. The series centers on Bo, a gifted young girl, and the man sprung from prison tasked with protecting her from the evil elements that hunt her power. Condon plays a woman who considers herself the mother of a unique group of people, including Bo.
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