Exclusive Interview: SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE choreographers Mandy Moore and Travis Wall on Season 10

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE choreographer Mandy Moore | ©2018Fox/Kelsey McNeal

Fox’s SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, now in its tenth season Tuesday nights at 8 PM, differs from that other network’s dance competition show in some significant ways. Instead of having people the viewers have heard of who are learning to dance for the first time, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE have extraordinarily talented unknowns working solo, in pairs and as a group. The top ten dancers of any season get a place on the seasonal live tour that travels throughout theU.S. and the series is considered a springboard for all types of careers in dance. After a …Read On »


Exclusive Interview: Yunjin Kim on new ABC series MISTRESSES and the LOST finale

Yunjin Kim in MISTRESSES - Season 1 | ©2013 ABC/Bob D'Amico

Yunjin Kim spent six years as the radiant, resilient Sun Kwon on ABC’s LOST. Now the actress is back on ABC in MISTRESSES, which airs Monday nights at 9 PM. Adapted from the British series of the same name, MISTRESSES tells the story of four female friends, played by Kim, Alyssa Milano, Rochelle Aytes and Jes Macallan, some of them – like Kim’s character Karen – actually involved with men married to someone else, and some simply affected by the fallout of other people’s affairs. Kim is at a party thrown by ABC for the Television Critics Association. People who …Read On »


Exclusive Interview: RAY DONOVAN star Jon Voight on the Showtime series

Jon Voight in RAY DONOVAN | ©2013 Showtime/Suzanne Tenner

On Showtime’s RAY DONOVAN, now in its first season Sundays at 10 PM and already renewed for Season 2, Liev Schreiber’s title character is a professional fixer. If you can pay his fee, he can take care of that cocaine bust or the dead prostitute in the bed. However, even Ray can’t find a fix for his father Mickey, played by Jon Voight. Mickey has just gotten out of prison after serving time for murder and he insists on getting back into the lives of his sons, much to the fury of distrustful Ray. Voight, a New York native and …Read On »


Exclusive Interview: Brad “Cheeks” Bell chats HUSBANDS THE SERIES – Season 3

HUSBANDS THE SERIES - Season 3 | ©2013 The CW Seed

HUSBANDS THE SERIES is the independent Web series that could – and did. The brainchild of creators Jane Espenson and Brad “Cheeks” Bell, HUSBANDS began life as a series of eleven two-minute segments, directed by fellow exec producer Jeff Greenstein, about two men, entertainer Cheeks (played by Bell) and baseball player Brady (Sean Hemeon), who are dating each other and then wake up from a drunk night married in Vegas once a Federal Marriage Equality law has passed. Season 1 went up on and promptly became both a Web and a civil rights entertainment phenomenon. It won awards, it …Read On »


Exclusive Interview: LeVar Burton on PERCEPTION, READING RAINBOW and STAR TREK

LeVar Burton hosts READING RAINBOW | photo courtesy LeVar Burton

In PERCEPTION, now in its second season on TNT, Tuesday nights at 9 PM, Eric McCormack plays Dr. Daniel Pierce, a neuroscientist who helps the FBI solve cases. Daniel actually has neurological and psychological issues of his own that cause him to see imaginary people, among other things. LeVar Burton plays Dr. Paul Haley, Daniel’s longtime friend who is a cultural anthropologist and the dean of the college where Daniel teaches. Paul adds levity to what can be otherwise very serious situations. Burton, born in Germany and educated in Southern California, has spent three decades involved with the children’s educational …Read On »


Exclusive Interview: Tony Goldwyn teases SCANDAL Season 3

Tony Goldwyn in SCANDAL - Season 2 -"A Woman Scorned" | ©2013 ABC/Danny Feld

At ABC’s party for the Television Critics Association at the Beverly Hilton, a lot of SCANDAL cast and producers are hanging out together at one end of the ballroom, celebrating star Kerry Washington’s Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama nomination and the show’s overall success in general. Naturally, no one – certainly not Tony Goldwyn, who plays U.S. President Fitzgerald “Fitz” Grant – is going to give out any Season 3 spoilers. However, he is willing to tease Fitz’s state of mind following the bombshell events that ended Season 2. ASSIGNMENT X: Are all of the things that happened in …Read On »


Exclusive Interview: Matthew Lillard crosses THE BRIDGE

Matthew Lillard in THE BRIDGE - Season 1 - "ID" | ©2013 FX/Byron Cohen

In THE BRIDGE, now in its first season on FX Wednesday nights at 10 PM,Juarez,Mexico police detective Marco Ruiz (Demian Bechir) and El Paso,Texas police detective Sonya Cross (Diane Kruger) wind up working together on a homicide case that spans both their jurisdictions. Matthew Lillard’s character, reporter Daniel Frye, is often more a hindrance than a help, partly because he’s unethical and partly because he starts out as an alcoholic drug user, though as of last week’s episode, he’s trying to clean up his act. California native Lillard has been in a wide variety of fare, mostly in feature films …Read On »


Exclusive Interview: MAJOR CRIMES star Kearran Giovanni on Season 2

Kearran Giovanni in MAJOR CRIMES - Season 2 - "Poster Boy" | ©2013 TNT/Darren Michaels

MAJOR CRIMES, the spin-off from THE CLOSER, has its second-season midseason break last night. Mary McDonnell reprises the role she created on THE CLOSER as LAPD Captain Sharon Raydor. There is another woman on Raydor’s squad, young Detective Amy Sykes, played by Kearran Giovanni. Giovanni, who was born in Louisiana and Texas, is primarily known as a Broadway musical theatre actress. At a party thrown by TNT for the Television Critics Association poolside at the Beverly Hilton, Giovanni talks about how much she’s enjoying working on her first one-hour nighttime drama series. AX: What are the major changes in Amy …Read On »


TV Review: TRUE BLOOD – Season 6 – “Radioactive” – Season Finale

Rob Kazinsky in TRUE BLOOD - Season 6 - "Life Matters" | ©2013 HBO/John P. Johnson

Stars: Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, Alexander Skarsgard, Sam Trammell, Ryan Kwanten, Rutina Wesley, Chris Bauer, Nelsan Ellis, Joe Manganiello, Deborah Ann Woll, Kristin Bauer van Straten,, Carrie Preston, Lauren Bowles, Rob Kazinsky, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Amelia Rose Blaire, Rutger Hauer, Keone Young, Adina Porter, Bailey Noble, Karolina Wydra, Luke Grimes Writer: Kate Barnow, series created by Alan Ball, based on Charlaine Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse novels Director: Scott Winant Network: HBO, Sundays @ 9 PM Airdate: August 18, 2013 Okay, we’re going to start in the middle here, because the biggest question of TRUE BLOOD’s Season 6 finale, “Radioactive,” is not about …Read On »


Interview: Mark Strong lets the LOW WINTER SUN set

Mark Strong as Frank Agnew in LOW WINTER SUN - Season 1 | ©2013 AMC/Frank Ockenfels 3

American television frequently remakes series that originated on British television: ALL IN THE FAMILY and THE OFFICE are two of the more successful examples. The crime drama LOW WINTER SUN, set and shot in Detroit, is a remake of the 2006 series of the same name that was set in Edinburgh, Scotland. What makes LOW WINTER SUN unusual is that Mark Strong, who starred in the first version, is recreating his role as Frank Agnew for AMC’s edition, which is airing its first ten-episode season Sunday nights at 10 PM. Frank a police detective who is coerced by a colleague, …Read On »

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