James Van Der Beek is set to play Diplo in Viceland’s first-ever scripted TV show, titled What Would Diplo Do? According to Deadline, the former Dawson’s Creek and The Rules of Attraction actor will play the starring role, as well as write, executive produce and act as showrunner. “The show doesn’t take itself too serious, but it’s […]
Fans of the great TV sitcom Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 and the slightly less great procedural CSI: Cyber can rest assured that it won't be long before James Van Der Beek's occasionally tearful face graces our screens once again. Deadline reports that Van Der Beek has signed on to executive ... More »
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Remember that video of James Van Der Beek as Diplo for a day? Well, Viceland thought it was good enough to order six episodes and make it their first scripted series, according to Deadline. The show is called What Would Diplo Do? and Van Der Beek not only stars but also has writer and executive…
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The onetime Dawson's Creek actor will also be the series' showrunner. Continue reading…
What Would Diplo Do? premieres this year.
Van Der Beek and Diplo team up for Viceland's first foray into scripted television.
Dawson Leery, otherwise known as James Van Der Beek, will play a version of the real-life Diplo in the upcoming Viceland series What Would Diplo Do? Read more...
James Van Der Beek is returning to television. The "Dawson's Creek" alum is set to star in a scripted series in which he'll play a fictional version of the DJ Diplo. The show, titled "What Would Diplo Do?" has been greenlit with an initial six-episode order, Variety has confirmed. Show More Summary
For its first scripted series, Viceland’s going to venture into the life of Diplo, the DJ, producer, songwriter, and Justin Bieber collaborator. A press release for the series, titled What Would Diplo Do?, describes it as ”Louie meets...Show More Summary
Viceland has announced a new TV series starring and written by James Van Der Beek, Deadline reports. Its working title is “What Would Diplo Do?,” and features Van Der Beek as a fictionalized version of the titular DJ–a “guy who can bring 60,000 people to their feet... Show More Summary
James Van Der Beek will star as Diplo in Viceland's first scripted series. Currently titled What Would Diplo Do?, the comedy is described as "Louie meets WorldStarHipHop crossed with This Is Spinal Tap" and will follow the Dawson's Creek actor as a fictional version of the Grammy-winning DJ Diplo. Van... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com James Van der Beek
'What Would Diplo Do?' Has Been Commissioned For Six Episodes, Will Air Later This Year.
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James Van Der Beek and Michelle Williams worked together on the hit series Dawson’s Creek and they haven’t been photographed together in public in years, but that changed this weekend! The 39-year-old actor showed up to support Michelle, 36, at a screening of her new movie Manchester By the Sea on Saturday night (December 3) [...]
With nostalgia fever still running rampant in Hollywood, there's no semi-successful show from the ‘90s that can't fall victim to the reboot epidemic. Though the long awaited Dawson's Creek reunion was much more understated than a four-part Netflix revival… On Saturday, former costars James Van Der Beek and Michelle Williams came together at a holiday event hosted [...]
You don't have to wait for your lives to be over for a Dawson's Creek reunion after all! James Van Der Beek and Michelle Williams came together Saturday evening at a holiday...
Sometimes, life throws you a wicked curveball that hits you square in the face, and your first instinct is to curl up and cry the tears of a thousand James Van Der Beeks. But no more! Honest Monster is here to help with the Crying Cover-Up...Show More Summary
Fine Brothers Entertainment announced today that the latest iteration of its React series -- which features kids, teens, college kids, elders, YouTubers, and more -- will feature traditional Hollywood celebrities. The new series, dubbed Celebs React, will premiere exclusively on Fullscreen's eponymous streaming service on Nov. Show More Summary