SNEAKY PETE: Actress Margo Martindale on Season 1 – Interview

Margo Martindale in SNEAKY PETE - Season 1 | ©2017 Amazon

In Amazon’s series SNEAKY PETE, now streaming its first season and picked up for a second, Margo Martindale plays bail bonds company proprietor and family matriarch Audrey. Audrey’s problems include a husband (Pete Gerety) with serious health issues, a single-mother granddaughter (Marin Ireland) who’s not very good at the family business and grandson Pete (Giovanni Ribisi) who has returned home after a twenty-year absence. Pete poses a whole series of other problems, because he’s actually a con artist named Marius. Marius is trying to avoid an angry crime boss named Vince, played by Bryan Cranston, who co-created SNEAKY PETE with […]Read On »

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KINGDOM: Actor Jonathan Tucker on the series finale – Exclusive Interview

KINGDOM | © 2017 Audience Network

In KINGDOM, which had its series finale Wednesday August 2 on Audience Network after three seasons, Jonathan Tucker plays Jay Kulina. Jay is a mixed martial arts fighter who is a master of self-sabotage – he battles with alcohol, drugs and his Los Angeles gym owner/promoter father Alvy (Frank Grillo), not necessarily in that order. Tucker, originally from Massachusetts, has played a wide variety of roles in films and television. His credits include the 2003 remake of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, IN THE VALLEY OF ELAH, a series lead in THE BLACK DONNELLYS and arcs on PARENTHOOD, HANNIBAL and JUSTIFIED, […]Read On »

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SNEAKY PETE: Star Marin Ireland and executive producer Graham Yost on Season 1 – Interview

Marin Ireland and in SNEAKY PETE poster | ©2017 Amazon/CBS

In Amazon’s SNEAKY PETE, now streaming its entire first ten-episode season and renewed for a second, Giovanni Ribisi plays a con artist named Marius Josipovic. When Marius is in prison, his cellmate Pete (Ethan Embry) talks lovingly of the grandparents he hasn’t seen in twenty years. Upon release, Marius impersonates Pete and winds up in the family bail bonds business. He is frequently teamed with Pete’s cousin Julia, played by Marin Ireland. Julia doesn’t realize that Marius isn’t really Cousin Pete; she also doesn’t know much about the bail bonds game herself. SNEAKY PETE was created by Bryan Cranston, who […]Read On »

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FX NETWORK: CEO John Landgraf talks all things FX – Exclusive Interview

THE STRAIN - Sesaon 2 Key Art | ©2015 FX

FX Network and FX Productions’ CEO John Landgraf made perhaps the most quoted statement of the year regarding the state of television viewing when he told the Television Critics Association in August, “I long ago lost the ability to keep track of every scripted television series, as I know you do, even though we all do this for a living professionally, but this year, I finally lost track of the ability to keep track of every programmer [network] who is in the scripted programming business.” Landgraf’s conclusion, shared even by many viewers who aren’t in the business: “This is simply […]Read On »

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HANNIBAL: Bryan Fuller on PUSHING DAISIES, AMERICAN GODS and more – Part 3 – Exclusive Interview

Creator and writer Bryan Fuller at WonderCon 2011 | ©2011 Assignment X/Peter Brown

In the final part of Assignment X’s exclusive interview with Bryan Fuller about HANNIBAL (NBC, Thursdays at 10 PM), the series executive producer/show runner/creator – adapting from Thomas Harris’ novels – talks about fan reaction, food as a narrative theme and more. ASSIGNMENT X: Is there anything about the fan reaction to HANNIBAL that has surprised you? BRYAN FULLER: I am not surprised and more titillated [laughs]. I’m surprised in the sense that you’re surprised when you make a new friend and they’re somebody who likes the same things that you do. And a lot of the fan reaction has […]Read On »

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JUSTIFIED: Actor Jacob Pitts talks the final season – Exclusive Interview

Jacob Pitts is Deputy U.S. Marshal Tim Gutterson | ©2015 FX/Robert Zukerman

At the end of six seasons, FX’s JUSTIFIED, adapted by Graham Yost for television from Elmore Leonard’s novella FIRE IN THE HOLE, is blazing its way into the sunset on Tuesday, April 14. For the entirety of JUSTIFIED, Jacob Pitts has played U.S. Deputy Marshal Tim Gutterson, arguably the most level-headed and laid-back member of that branch of law enforcement in Harlan County, Kentucky. Tim’s colleague Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) is prone to disobeying orders and boss Art Mullen (Nick Searcy) is prone to getting exasperated, but Tim tends to roll with whatever is going on around him while still […]Read On »

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JUSTIFIED: Nick Searcy talks the final season – exclusive interview

Nick Searcy stars as Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Art Mullen on JUSTIFIED | © 2015 Prashant Gupta/FX

As JUSTIFIED, now in its sixth and final season on FX, Tuesdays at 10 PM, closes in on its series finale, things have really gone all to hell in Harlan County, Kentucky. U.S. Deputy Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) stood by astonished while his confidential informant Ava Crowder (Joelle Carter) shot her fiancé Boyd (Walton Goggins) and drove off with ten million dollars that Boyd had extorted out of big-time weed dealer Avery Markham (Sam Elliott). Now Boyd has escaped from the hospital, Ava’s on the run and Raylan is in even more trouble than usual. Meanwhile, Raylan’s erstwhile boss […]Read On »

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Graham Yost on JUSTIFIED – exclusive interview

Timothy Olyphant stars as US Marshal Raylan Givens in JUSTIFIED | © 2015 Prashant Gupta/FX

Back in 2010, JUSTIFIED premiered on FX. The series, about U.S. Deputy Marshal Raylan Givens, played by Timothy Olyphant, was developed for television by writer/executive producer Graham Yost from Elmore Leonard’s novella FIRE IN THE HOLE. A lot of awards (including acting Emmys for Margo Martindale and Jeremy Davies), backwoods crime and bullets later, JUSTIFIED is wrapping things up in its sixth season, Tuesdays at 10 PM. Raylan has been trying to catch onetime boyhood friend and current Harlan County crime boss Boyd Crowder, played by Walton Goggins, in a sting operation, but Boyd’s fiancée/Raylan’s informant Ava (Joelle Carter) had […]Read On »

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JUSTIFIED star Joelle Carter talks the final season – exclusive interview

Joelle Carter is Ava Crowder in JUSTIFIED - Season 6 | ©2015 FX/James Minchin

FX’s JUSTIFIED, the series developed by Graham Yost from Elmore Leonard’s novella FIRE IN THE HOLE, is in its sixth and final season Tuesdays at 10 PM. U.S. Deputy Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) may or may not turn in his badge to go live with ex-wife/baby mommy Winona (Natalie Zea) and their infant daughter in Florida, but before he leaves Harlan County, Kentucky, he definitely wants to catch his one-time friend and full-time criminal Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins). Caught in the middle is Boyd’s fiancée Ava Crowder, played by Joelle Carter. In JUSTIFIED’s first season, Ava shot her abusive […]Read On »

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JUSTIFIED’s Graham Yost talks the Season 5 Finale

Jacob Lofland as Kendal Crowe in JUSTIFIED | © 2014 Prashant Gupta/FX

JUSTIFIED, the series based on the late Elmore Leonard’s novella FIRE IN THE HOLE, wraps up its tension-filled fifth season on FX Tuesday, April 8, at 10 PM. U.S. Deputy Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant, also one of JUSTIFIED’s producers) is desperately trying to find some way to bring down Daryl Crowe Jr. (Michael Rapaport), who has framed his teenage nephew Kendal Crowe (Jacob Lofland) for shooting Raylan’s boss Chief Deputy Art Mullen (Nick Searcy). Meanwhile, Raylan’s frenemy, local criminal kingpin Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) is in a serious jam due to a heroin shipment gone awry, while Boyd’s fiancée […]Read On »

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