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THE MAGICIANS: Executive Producer John McNamara on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Stella Maeve in THE MAGICIANS - Season 1 | ©2016 Syfy/Lorenzo Agius

In Syfy’s new Monday night series THE MAGICIANS, based on the trilogy of novels by Lev Grossman, magic is real. Some, like Quentin Coldwater (Jason Ralph), study the magical arts at Brakebills University, while others, like Quentin’s lifelong friend Julia (Stella Maeve), learn more dangerously on the street. Magic may help explain how John McNamara, who adapted THE MAGICIANS for television with fellow executive producer Sera Gamble, is working out his schedule. McNamara is also executive-producing NBC’s Sixties-era crime drama AQUARIUS, starring David Duchovny, which will be airing its second season later this year, and discussing the Fifties/Sixties Hollywood blacklist …Read On »

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POP SHOW PODCAST Episode 10: Self-driving cars and new Barbies

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Welcome back to another edition of the POP SHOW PODCAST starring Anthony C. Ferrante. This week: Sonia, Chris, Ryan, Anthony and myself all take turns discussing our new favorite Barbies that are coming out on the market. We also have an interesting chat about whether the world needs self-driving cars. But, of course, that’s not all. We discuss GREASE THE MUSICAL, Chris is forced to man-splain some things, Sonia pulls as many one-liners as she possibly can and just a whole batch of randomness you’ve come to expect from this show. Listen and Subscribe to the POP SHOW PODCAST on …Read On »

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Interview: Composer Stephen Raynor-Endelman banks on MADOFF

MADOFF | ©2016 ABC

Few English composers have gotten to score the stylistic extremes of America like the creatively and physically pugnacious Stephen Raynor-Endelman, a musician of all emotional trades if there ever was one. A musical prodigy who’d write two operas by the wage of 18, Endelman moved to New York to start fulfilling a movie scoring career with such individualistic, eccentric scores as HOUSEHOLD SAINTS, POSTCARDS FROM AMERICA and IMAGINARY CRIMES. His music depicting rough and tumble lives with humanity to spare before going back to the British and Irish isles with the romantic comedy, and fatherly drama of THE ENGLISHMAN WHO …Read On »

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THE EXPANSE: Showrunner Naren Shankar chats about Season 1 – exclusive interview

Thomas Jane stars as Detective Josephus Miller in THE EXPANSE | © 2016 Steve Wilkie/Syfy

In Syfy’s THE EXPANSE, in its first season Tuesdays at 10 PM, humanity has spread across the solar system without getting any more humane. A distress call from a missing young woman entangles the crew of the ice-hauling spacecraft Canterbury in both a murder mystery and political intrigue that could lead to interplanetary war. Show runner Naren Shankar, one of THE EXPANSE’s executive producers, has lots of experience in the science-fiction genre, with writing/producing credits that include STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, THE OUTER LIMITS, FARSCAPE and GRIMM. He also spent nearly ten years as a writer/executive producer on CSI. …Read On »

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CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND: Santino Fontana singing and comedy in the new CW series – interview

Santino Fontana as Greg in CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND | © 2016 Smallz & Raskind/The CW

Santino Fontana’s character Greg Serrano may be a comparatively less loony person on the CW’s hour-long Monday night musical comedy series CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND, but the actor’s own schedule looks pretty bonkers, as he’s simultaneously co-starring in NBC’s new Thursday-night police drama SHADES OF BLUE as NYPD officer Stuart Saperstein. The two shows could hardly be more different. CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND stars Rachel Bloom, who co-created the show with Aline Brosh McKenna, as Rebecca Bunch, who gives up a promising Manhattan law career to move to West Covina, California, in pursuit of her oblivious crush Josh (Vincent Rodriguez III). Rebecca’s daydreams tend …Read On »

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LAST MAN STANDING: Kaitlyn Dever chats about Season 5 – interview

Kaitlyn Dever stars as Eve Baxter on the ABC show LAST MAN STANDING | © 2016 ABC/Craig Sjodin

In the ABC half-hour comedy LAST MAN STANDING, now running on Friday nights in its fifth season, Tim Allen stars as Mike Baxter. Out in the world, Mike is a macho writer and sporting goods store owner, but his home life is filled with his wife Vanessa (Nancy Travis) and their three daughters. Kaitlyn Dever plays youngest Baxter daughter Eve. Dever has been acting professionally since age thirteen. She’s appeared in feature films including BAD TEACHER, J. EDGAR and SHORT TERM 12, and recurred as teenaged Kentucky marijuana entrepreneur Loretta McCready throughout the run of JUSTIFIED. On the LAST MAN …Read On »

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POP SHOW PODCAST Episode 9: THE X-FILES review and FULLER HOUSE

POP SHOW PODCAST | © 2016 AssignmentX

OK so this podcast comes off the rails a bit as we delve into some seriously strange discussions about military babies and all sorts of other weird stuff but we also get around to chatting about THE X-FILES reboot and if it is any good, the fascination of FULLER HOUSE and we also talk about DC trying to keep pace with mighty Marvel in the cinematic universe. Have a listen, it’s good stuff. Listen and Subscribe to the POP SHOW PODCAST on iTunes! POP SHOW PODCAST on other podcast outlets (coming soon)! Follow us on Twitter at ASSIGNMENT X Like us on …Read On »

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MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER: Enver Gjokaj gives the scoop on Season 2 – exclusive interview

Enver Gjokaj stars as Daniel Sousa in MARVEL'S AGENT CARTER | © 2016 ABC/Bob D'Amico

In its second season, ABC’s Tuesday night MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER finds the title heroine, played by Hayley Atwell, relocating from 1940s New York to 1940s Los Angeles. Peggy Carter, a British special agent working for the Strategic Scientific Reserve (the precursor of S.H.I.E.L.D. – AGENT CARTER s in fact a spin-off of MARVEL’S AGENTS OF SHIELD), spent the first season trying to clear billionaire inventor Howard Stark (Dominic Cooper) of treason charges. It would be an understatement to say that Carter’s skills were underestimated because of her gender. In Season 1, she bonded with fellow agent Daniel Sousa, played by …Read On »

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POP SHOW PODCAST – Episode 8: Recent celebrity deaths and Oscar nominations

POP SHOW PODCAST | © 2016 AssignmentX

The POP SHOW PODCAST starring Anthony C. Ferrante is back in consecutive weeks … what? That never happens. This week, the gang discusses the recent Oscar nominations, the recent slew of celebrity deaths, the Rams returning to Los Angeles and much more. Be sure and subscribe to the POP SHOW PODCAST by following the link below to iTunes … its free you should really do it. I’ll wait here until you get back … Did you do it? Great. Now have a listen. Listen and Subscribe to the POP SHOW PODCAST on iTunes! POP SHOW PODCAST on other podcast outlets (coming soon)! Follow us …Read On »

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Composer Charlie Clouser invades earth for CHILDHOOD’S END – Interview

CHILDHOOD'S END soundtrack | ©2016 Lakeshore Records

Among practitioners of torture horror, Charlie Clouser’s razor-sharp industrial grinds and nightmarish, metallic atmospheres were the anti-tunes to inflict utter doom with in such nastily effective soundtracks as DEAD SILENCE DEATH SENTENCE, RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION and the SAW franchise in particular. Beatific music this wasn’t, even as the Nine Inch Nails keyboardist and award-winning hard rock producer showed that he had more than one stylistic hatchet at his scoring disposal when it came to television, especially in his rhythmic calculations for NUMB3RS and the surreal suspense that filled WAYWARD PINES So forgive us for thinking that Charlie Clouser has seen …Read On »

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