MARLON: Actress Bresha Webb on her new NBC comedy – Exclusive Interview

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Marlon Wayans is back on TV in the half-hour comedy MARLON, Wednesday nights on NBC. His eponymous character Marlon is so involved in the lives of his ex-wife Angie (Essence Atkins) and two young children Marley (Notlim Taylor) and Zachery (Amir O’Neil) that he doesn’t seem to fully understand he’s divorced. Bresha Webb plays Angie’s brash friend Yvette. The actress and comedian was also a regular on another NBC comedy, TRUTH BE TOLD, in 2015. Webb was also a series regular on four seasons of TV One’s LOVE THAT GIRL, had arcs on ER and GREY’S ANATOMY and appeared in […]Read On »

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HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT: Jane Lynch on the fifth season – Exclusive Interview

Jane Lynch hosts HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT | ©2017 NBCUniversal

HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT, now on Tuesday nights in its fifth season on NBC, is the brainchild of executive producers Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner. Contestants pick celebrity guests from that episode’s panel to play a variety of games for them, based on party activities. Jane Lynch, who has won two Emmys as HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT’s host, is with two of the show’s other executive producers, Dwight D. Smith and show runner Michael Agbabian, at an NBC press event to discuss their series. ASSIGNMENT X: Do any of you bring your favorite games from life into the show, or is it […]Read On »

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THE NIGHT SHIFT: Creators Jeff Judah & Gabe Sachs on Season 4 – Exclusive Interview

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In its fourth year, NBC’s Thursday-night medical drama THE NIGHT SHIFT takes a closer look at U.S. military veterans. A number of the regular characters are veterans, as are some of the actors in real-life, including new cast member Josh Kelly. Technical advisor Toby Montoya is a U.S. Army veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, but he started his work on THE NIGHT SHIFT as an extra. His background was discovered when series co-creator/executive producer Gabe Sachs had an on-set conversation with Montoya on set. Sachs’ fellow co-creator/executive producer Jeff Judah explains during a Q&A panel for the Television […]Read On »

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MIDNIGHT TEXAS: Actress Parisa Fitz-Henley on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

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In NBC’s Monday night fantasy drama MIDNIGHT TEXAS, based on the series of novels by Charlaine Harris, we’re in a small town full of supernatural people who support one another. Parisa Fitz-Henley plays Fiji Cavanagh, the local witch. Fitz-Henley can currently be seen in the Netflix series MARVEL’S JESSICA JONES and MARVEL’S LUKE CAGE as Cage’s much-lamented wife Reva, and is in the upcoming second season of Starz’s THE GIRLFRIEND EXPERIENCE. The actress looks very healthy, but says this wasn’t always the case. Fitz-Henley has been dealing with body image issues for much of her life, which called for teaching […]Read On »

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MIDNIGHT, TEXAS: Actor Dylan Bruce – exclusive interview

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MIDNIGHT, TEXAS, which airs Monday nights on NBC, is based on a series of novels by Charlaine Harris (TRUE BLOOD) about a small town inhabited almost entirely by supernatural types. There’s a pastor who’s also a weretiger (Yul Vasquez), a vampire who ingests both blood and emotions (Peter Mensah), a tattoo artist who’s a fallen angel (Jason Lewis), a helpful witch (Paris Tirz-Henley), a freelance assassin (Arielle Kebbel) and a newly-arrived medium who talks to the dead (Francois Arnaud). Despite their differences, the townsfolk mostly get along. Dylan Bruce’s character, pawnshop owner Bobo Winthrop, stands out because he’s apparently one […]Read On »

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DORKING OUT – Episode 47: The TV Season Review & Extra Extra Our Favorite Movies About Journalism Edition

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In this week’s episode, the TV Networks are unveiling their new fall schedules, which means they’re also announcing which TV shows have been canceled. Did your show make the cut? We’re going to talk about that with Peter Brown from Assignment X. In our second segment, we talk about favorite movies about journalism. Why? Umm, no reason. It has nothing to do with current events. Nope. And finally, we will end our show with what we’re dorking out about this week, including Larry Wilmore’s new podcast and which SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE cast member should run for president. We hope you enjoy our […]Read On »

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CHICAGO JUSTICE: Executive Producer Michael S. Chernuchin chats new CHICAGO spin-off – Exclusive Interview

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CHICAGO JUSTICE is the latest entry in executive producer Dick Wolf’s spectacularly successful NBC CHICAGO FIRE-verse, which also includes CHICAGO P.D. and CHICAGO MED (the verse also occasionally crosses over with LAW & ORDER: SVU). Like its siblings, CHICAGO JUSTICE actually films in Chicago, and shares cast with the other shows as various plot elements can span several series. The difference between CHICAGO JUSTICE and the others is that the new show deals specifically with the State Attorney’s office. Leads on CHICAGO JUSTICE include Philip Winchester as prosecutor Peter Stone, son of original LAW & ORDER prosecutor Ben Stone (played […]Read On »

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THIS IS US: Actress Susan Kelechi Watson on the hit NBC series – interview

Susan Kelechi Watson as Beth in THIS IS US | © 2017 Ron Batzdorff/NBC

When the THIS IS US cast, plus creator Dan Fogelman, come out on stage for a Q&A session at the Winter 2017 Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour, everybody is a little emotional. This is understandable. Five minutes earlier, they had been informed by NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke that their freshman Tuesday night series had been renewed for not one but two more seasons. THIS IS US deals with the Pearson family. On the thirty-sixth birthday of Jack Pearson (Milo Ventimiglia), his wife Rebecca (Mandy Moore) gives birth to triplets. One of the babies is stillborn, so Jack and […]Read On »

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TAKEN: Actor Clive Standen – interview

Clive Standen as Bryan Mills in TAKEN | © 2017 Ken Woroner/NBC

In NBC’s new TV series TAKEN, Clive Standen stars as Bryan Mills. Bryan Mills is, of course, that character with the skill set made famous by Liam Neeson in the TAKEN films. Executive producers Luc Besson and Alexander Cary introduce us to Bryan as a much younger and more vulnerable man, who rises to the occasion when he’s targeted by a drug cartel. This, coupled with Bryan’s response to a personal tragedy, bring him to the attention of a government agency run by Christina Hart (Jennifer Beals), who recruits him as an operative. These provide Bryan with the experiences that […]Read On »

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THE BLACKLIST: REDEMPTION – Co-Creator Jon Bokenkamp – interview

Famke Janssen as Susan Hargrave | © 2017 Virginia Sherwood/NBC

Jon Bokenkamp created THE BLACKLIST, which is now in its fourth season on NBC. The series deals with FBI profiler Liz Keen (Megan Boone) and Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader), a very bad guy who has come in from the cold with a list of worse guys. Now Bokenkamp and John Eisendrath have created THE BLACKLIST: REDEMPTION, a spin-off that will take THE BLACKLIST’s Thursday-night slot on NBC for eight weeks. THE BLACKLIST: REDEMPTION follows Liz’s estranged husband Tom Keen, played by Ryan Eggold, a covert operative who teams up with Susan “Scottie” Hargrave (Famke Janssen). Scottie’s company Grey Matters […]Read On »

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