THIS IS US: Milo Ventimiglia talks new NBC show and GILMORE GIRLS revival – Interview

Milo Ventimiglia in THIS IS US - Season 1 | ©2016 NBC/Chris Haston

NBC’s hour-long Tuesday-night series THIS IS US is one of the best-received new shows of the fall. Created by Dan Fogelman, THIS IS US explores the lives of four people who share the same birthday and their families, in the Eighties and in the present. Milo Ventimiglia plays Jack, who is married to Rebecca (Mandy Moore). They are the birth parents of Kate (Chrissie Metz plays her as an adult) and Kevin (played as an adult by Justin Hartley) and adoptive parents of Randall (Sterling K. Brown portrays the grown version). Ventimiglia also reprises his role as Jess Mariano in […]Read On »


TIMELESS: SUPERNATURAL creator Eric Kripke talks about his new time travel series – Interview

TIMELESS - Season 1 Key Art | ©2016 NBCUniversal

In NBC’s new Monday night series TIMELESS, time is of the essence. Historian Lucy Preston (Abigail Spencer), military man Wyatt Logan (Matt Lanter) and scientist Rufus Carlin (Malcolm Barrett) travel through time trying to prevent rogue operative Garcia Flynn (Goran Visnjic) from changing the future by tampering with the past. TIMELESS was created by Eric Kripke and Shawn Ryan, who are both executive producers on the series. Kripke, who also created SUPERNATURAL, which is about to launch into its twelfth season on The CW, takes a few moments to talk about his new show. AX: Were you ever a fan […]Read On »


CHICAGO MED: Executive Producer Matt Olmstead also talks FIRE and P.D. – Exclusive Interview

CHICAGO MED- Season 2 key art | ©2016 NBCUniversal

As he did with his LAW & ORDER franchise of old, executive producer/creator Dick Wolf is steadily expanding his CHICAGO empire. In 2012, CHICAGO FIRE premiered on NBC. It begins its fifth season Tuesday, October 11. Its first spinoff, CHICAGO P.D., premiered in 2014; it is now in its third season on Wednesday nights. CHICAGO MED, another spinoff about the hospital that serves the fire and police departments on the other two series, has begun its second season on Thursday nights on NBC. Matt Olmstead, who is an executive producer on all three series, co-created CHICAGO P.D. and CHICAGO MED […]Read On »


BLINDSPOT: Creator Martin Gero on Season 2 – Interview

BLINDSPOT - Season 2 Key Art | ©2016 NBC

Martin Gero created and is an executive producer on NBC’s BLINDSPOT, which begins its second season Wednesday, September 14. Last season, we were introduced to Jaimie Alexander’s character Jane Doe, an amnesiac covered neck to toes in elaborate tattoos, all interlinked but each with their own secret, hinting at a criminal activity that must be stopped. The most prominent tattoo spells out “Kurt Weller,” which happens to be the name of an FBI agent played by Sullivan Stapleton. The producers promise that Jane Doe’s identity will be revealed almost immediately in Season 2 and that Archie Panjabi of THE GOOD […]Read On »


THE GOOD PLACE: Director Drew Goddard chats new NBC comedy – interview

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THE GOOD PLACE, per NBC’s new Thursday-night comedy – which has a special premiere on Monday, September 19 – is where you go after death if you’ve been a wonderful person. Turns out that, in life, humans are graded by deed, and only the top percentage make it here. How good is the good place? So good that Ted Danson in his most kindly mode plays Michael, the being in charge. Kristen Bell plays Eleanor Shellstrop, who actually wasn’t so good while alive. She’s here through a clerical error, but now desperately trying to be good so no one finds […]Read On »


GRIMM: Russell Hornsby talks Season 6 fallout – exclusive interview

Russell Hornsby as Hank Griffin in GRIMM | © 2016 Scott Green/NBC

When SAG/AFTRA hosts a Q&A for NBC’s GRIMM, which has its fifth-season finale Friday, April 20, by the time Russell Hornsby gets to the Assignment X section of the red carpet, they’re about ready to pull him inside. Still, the actor, who plays Portland, Oregon police detective Hank Griffin on the show makes time to answer a few questions. Hornsby will also be seen soon in the film adaptation of August Wilson’s play FENCES, directed by and starring Denzel Washington. AX: GRIMM has made it past one hundred episodes and will be going into a sixth season. How surprised or […]Read On »


GRIMM: Bree Turner chats her role in Season 5 – exclusive interview

Bree Turner as Rosalee Calvert in GRIMM | © 2106 Scott Green/NBC

Approaching the end of its fifth season Fridays at 9 PM and renewed for a sixth, NBC’s GRIMM recently celebrated its hundredth episode. Bree Turner plays Rosalee, a foxlike Fuchsbau. When we met Rosalee way back in Season 1, she was an herbalist who inherited her brother’s quasi-mystical spice shop. Rosalee struck such sparks with Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell), a Blutbad watch maker who is also the hero’s best friend, that the writers crafted a romance for the two. Now Rosalee and Monroe are married, but with all the danger swirling around them, they’re hardly settled down. At a SAG/AFTRA […]Read On »


GRIMM: Reggie Lee on Season 5 – exclusive interview

Reggie Lee as Sergeant Wu in GRIMM | © 2016 Scott Green/NBC

When NBC’s GRIMM, Fridays at 9 PM, recently celebrated its hundredth episode, the cast celebrated in a number of ways, including by speaking to a group of fellow actors at SAG headquarters. Among the panelists is Reggie Lee, who plays Portland, Oregon police Sergeant Wu. Over five seasons of GRIMM, poor Wu was out of the loop for longer than anyone. When he encountered an Aswang – a horrifying Wesen referred to in real-life Filipino mythology – detectives Nick (David Giuntoli), the Grimm of the title, and Hank (Russell Hornsby) let Wu think he was crazy rather than telling him […]Read On »


GRIMM: Sasha Roiz previews Season 5 storylines – exclusive interview

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NBC’s GRIMM, Fridays at 9 PM, has just celebrated its hundredth episode (number twelve of Season 5). All of the characters are going through turmoil, including Portland police captain and secret Zauberbiest Sean Renard, played from the first episode onward by Sasha Roiz. On the professional front, Renard was asked to use his position to endorse a mayoral candidate, who was assassinated. Now Renard is being pushed to run for mayor himself, by the same cabal behind the killing. On the personal front, Renard has a supernaturally rapidly growing young daughter, Diana, with former lover Adalind (Claire Coffee). Adalind is […]Read On »


GRIMM: Claire Coffee goes through change in Season 5 – exclusive interview

Claire Coffee as Adalind Schade in GRIMM | © 2016 Scott Green/NBC

As GRIMM celebrates its hundredth episode in its fifth season on NBC, Fridays at 9, Claire Coffee’s character Adalind continues to go through changes. Adalind started in the opening episode as a malevolent Hexenbiest – a kind of witch she can shapeshift into a ghoulish guise. Since then, Adalind has lost, regained and re-lost her magical powers and had two children, the first by Zauberbiest Portland, Oregon police captain Sean Renard (Sasha Roiz) and the second by the show’s hero, police detective and monster-fighting Grimm Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli). Adalind is currently human and benevolent, but there are hints that […]Read On »

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