Meagan Good to Launch ‘Defend Good Girl’ Clothing Line
Actress Meagan Good and her sister, La’Myia Bellinger, have joined forces with the Defend Paris apparel line to create a limited edition Defend Good Girl flannel collection, which officially goes on sale tomorrow.
Episode Stills: Meagan Good in Code Black
So here it is folks, your first look at Meagan Good in her role as Dr. Grace Adams on the CBS medical drama Code Black. As previously reported, Meagan’s character returns to Angels Memorial Hospital after a year of humanitarian work overseas, and immediately causes problems for her former flame and his new love. The Hail Mary titled episode will air February 10th and will also introduce Boris Kodjoe’s character of Dr. William Campbell.
Meagan Good Joins “Code Black” for an Extended Arc
Minority Report is officially dead y’all. Not only did Fox execs not announce its renewal at last week’s winter TCA event, but now comes news that one its stars, actress Meagan Good, has signed on to appear in another show. Via the Hollywood Reporter, Meagan will be joining the CBS medical drama Code Black for an extended arc expected to last for the remainder of the season.
In addition to gearing up for the release of her new book The Wait, actress Meagan Good is also helping to launch the Goddess Faux Locs line by Mahogany Hair Revolution.
Meagan is the company’s official spokesmodel and has been seen rocking her faux locs on the red carpet and at recent speaking engagements. Meagan says the Goddess Faux Locs style is her favorite because it’s easy to style and doesn’t cause breakage.
Meagan Good and Devon Franklin to Dispense Relationship Advice in “The Wait”
Actress Meagan Good has no intentions of sitting around twiddling her thumbs while Fox decides whether or not to bring her sci-fi drama Minority Report back for a second season. Instead the 34-year old beauty and her husband DeVon Franklin are keeping busy by gearing up for the February 2 release of their new book The Wait.
The pair will be dispensing relationship advice, including their belief that couples should abstain from sexual activity until after they are married.
Minority Report Turns Things Up in “American Dream”
While Minority Report hasn’t officially been canceled, it has had its season order cut from 13 to 10, which essentially means this season will be its last. As a matter of fact, Fox previously stated that the show’s final episode would be its series finale, which is pretty said considering things are finally starting to get interesting for our cast of characters.
After several episodes which seemed to focus more on the special effects than the storyline, Minority Report has finally found its footing, choosing now to focus on the characters and their personal narrative. Next week’s episode is a prime example of the show’s more character driven focus, if only it had come earlier in the season.
After struggling in the ratings since its debut, it appears Fox is ready to cut ties with its freshman sci-fi drama Minority Report. According to Variety, the show’s thirteen episode season has now been cut to just ten.
Fox is reportedly adamant about keeping the show on Monday nights at nine and plan to air the the tenth episode as the show’s finale unless there is an uptick in the next seven episode’s ratings.
Well that was fast. Just four episodes into its freshman season and Minority Report is already trying to get its sexy on.
The Fox sci-fi drama plans to turn up the heat when it airs its Fredi episode, which has Dash going undercover to catch a woman suspected of having a deadly vendetta against her sister’s killer.
While I have been enjoying Minority Report immensely. It seems few others can say the same.
The Fox sci-fi drama debuted last week to 3.1 million viewers and a 1.1 demo rating. This week it slips, securing just over 2.7 million viewers and a 0.9 in the advertiser coveted demographic of 18-49 year olds.
The show’s DVR ratings however have been solid, which Fox may take into consideration when deciding whether to renew the show for a second season, or allowing it to finish out its 13-episode freshman season.
Minority Report Ratings for it’s Pilot Episode Were Soft
Fox’s new sci-fi drama Minority Report got off to a pretty shaky start last night. According to TV by the Numbers, the show’s pilot episode drew a disappointing 3.1 million viewers, and an even more disappointing 1.1 demo within the advertiser coveted 18-49 age group.
It should be noted that the show’s pilot episode leaked almost a month ago. I can’t say whether that had an adverse affect on the show’s premiere episode, but it definitely could have.