Show runner Jeff Rake reveals THE MYSTERIES OF LAURA – Exclusive Interview

Laz Alonso as Billy Soto, Debra Messing as Laura Diamond, Vincent Reina as Nicholas Diamond, Josh Lucas as Jake Broderick, Charlie Reina as Harrison Diamond, Janina Gavankar as Meredith Bose in THE MYSTERIES OF LAURA - Season 1 | ©2014 NBC/Patrick Randak

In NBC’s new series THE MYSTERIES OF LAURA, Wednesdays at 8 PM, Debra Messing stars as NYPD homicide detective Laura Diamond. Laura has her hands full – not only does she have an extraordinarily demanding job, but her estranged husband Jake (Josh Lucas) has just been put in charge of her squad room and they are raising young twin boys (Charles Reina and Vincent Reina) who give whole new meaning to bad behavior. Laura also must contend with an attractive new partner (Laz Alonso) and a disapproving, competitive colleague (Janina Gavankar). As show runner Jeff Rake – one of LAURA’s …Read On »

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SHARKNADO 2: THE SECOND ONE star Judah Friedlander takes a bite out of sharks

Judah Friedlander as Bryan in SHARKNADO 2: THE SECOND ONE | © 2014 Eric Liebowitz/Syfy

Judah Friedlander spent seven seasons playing Frank Rossitano on NBC’s 30 ROCK. Since NBC and Syfy Channel have the same parent company, NBC/Universal, it’s perhaps not totally surprising that the Maryland-born actor/comedian – whose many other credits include the films AMERICAN SPLENDOR, MEET THE PARENTS and THE WRESTLER – wound up in Syfy Channel’s SHARKNADO 2: THE SECOND ONE. However, as Friedlander explains at a party thrown by NBC/Universal Television for the press, it wasn’t a case of anybody at either network approaching him about the sequel, which concerns a Sharknado hitting New York City. “I went to them. I …Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Ken Leung takes THE NIGHT SHIFT

Ken Leung in THE NIGHT SHIFT - Season 1| ©2014 NBC/Jeff Riedel

NBC’s new drama THE NIGHT SHIFT, Tuesdays at 10 PM, is set in the night shift of a busy San Antonio,Texas hospital that has the only open after-dark emergency room for miles around. Ken Leung plays. Topher, who served as an Army medic in Afghanistan with his friend T.C. (Eoin Macken), who’s also on staff here. Leung, a New York native, is familiar to LOST fans for his role as Miles Straume. Other series roles include recurring characters on PERSON OF INTEREST, DECEPTION and ZERO HOUR; feature credits include X-MEN: THE LAST STAND (as Kid Omega) and THE INSIDE MAN. …Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Howie Mandel on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT Season 9

Howie Mandel is a judge on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT - Season 9 | ©2014 NBC/Justin Stephens

AMERICA’S GOT TALENT, NBC’s summer variety show, is back for its ninth season, and comedian/actor/producer Howie Mandel is back as one of its judges, along with Mel B (aka Melanie Brown), Heidi Klum and Howard Stern. Mandel is present at a Q&A session that NBC holds for TALENT, which airs Tuesdays at 8 PM. Following the panel, Mandel comes to the edge of the stage to answer some follow-up questions. ASSIGNMENT X: Is the performer in you satisfied with your judging duties here, or does watching other people perform make you want to perform more, or …? HOWIE MANDEL: My …Read On »

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Interview: Jessica St. Clair plays house on PLAYING HOUSE

Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair in PLAYING HOUSE - Season 1 | ©2014 USA Network/Rodolfo Martinez

In USA’s new half-hour comedy PLAYING HOUSE, Tuesdays at 10 PM, Jessica St. Clair plays successful business executive Emma Crawford. Emma intends to spend just a short time in her hometown visiting lifelong best friend Maggie, played by Lennon Parham, but when it turns out that Maggie’s husband Bruce (Brad Morris) is cheating on his very pregnant wife, Emma opts to stick around and help Maggie with the soon-to-arrive baby. Parham and St. Clair created PLAYING HOUSE together; earlier, they had created and starred in BEST FRIENDS FOREVER at USA’s sister network NBC. St. Clair, who just had a recurring …Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Sean Hayes on GRIMM and HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT

Jane Lynch in HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT - Season 2 | ©2013 NBC/Trae Patton

Sean Hayes is famous as an actor – eight seasons as Jack McFarland on the half-hour comedy WILL & GRACE, nine months on Broadway in the revival of the musical PROMISES, PROMISES, the recent SEAN SAVES THE WORLD – but he’s perhaps even more prolific as a producer. Hazy Mills, the production company run by Hayes and partner Todd Milliner, currently has four shows on the air: GRIMM is in its third season, picked up for a fourth, and HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT is in its first on NBC, while HOT IN CLEVELAND is in its fifth season and THE SOUL …Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Rachael Taylor talks about CRISIS mode

Rachael Taylor in CRISIS - Season 1 | ©2014 NBC/James Dimmock

In NBC’s CRISIS, Sundays at 10 PM, a group of terrorists has kidnapped a bus full of teenagers who happen to belong to some of the most important families on Earth – the children of the wealthy, the influential and even the U.S. President. The F.B.I. and the Secret Service are both trying to rescue the children before something terrible happens. One of the Federal agents on the case is Susie Dunn, played by Rachael Taylor. It’s believed that Susie is the aunt of one of the kidnap victims, Amber Fitch (Halston Sage). In fact, Susie is Amber’s mother, but …Read On »

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Interview: Elias Koteas on CHICAGO P.D. Season 1

Elias Koteas in CHICAGO P.D. - Season 1 | ©2014 NBC/Paul Drinkwater

NBC’s CHICAGO FIRE was such a hit of the 2012-2013 season that it took barely a year for it to launch a spin-off, CHICAGO P.D., Wednesday nights at 10 PM. The two series share characters and authentic Chicago locations, as well as executive producer Dick Wolf. On CHICAGO P.D., Elias Koteas plays undercover detective Alvin Olinsky, a master of blending into the background. Koteas, a native of Montreal, studied acting in New York. He had an early role as a skinhead in John Hughes’ SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL. Since then, he’s been in a number of notable feature films including …Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Benjamin Stockham puts the boy in ABOUT A BOY

Benjamin Stockham in ABOUT A BOY - Season 1 | ©2014 NBC/Chris Haston

Actor Benjamin Stockham is only thirteen years old, but he’s been acting since he was five. Not only is he a film (QUARANTINE, SIMON SAYS) and television (1600 PENN, SONS OF TUCSON) veteran, he’s also remarkably quick with ad-libbed one-liners. At a Q&A panel with the Television Critics Association for NBC’s new series ABOUT A BOY, adapted for television by Jason Katims from Nick Hornsby’s novel, Stockham is seated with Katims and cast mates Minnie Driver, David Walton and Al Madrigal. When someone says to Stockham, “You’re either an exceptional young actor or you’re just like your character. Which is …Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Delroy Lindo makes you BELIEVE

Delroy Lindo as Winter in BELIEVE - Season 1 - "Pilot" | ©2014 NBC/Justin Stephens

In NBC’s BELIEVE, Sundays at 9 PM, we meet Bo, a young girl with special powers. Created by Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuaron and Mark Friedman and executive-produced by Cuaron, J.J. Abrams and show runner Jonas Pate, BELIEVE chronicles what happens after Bo is forcibly removed from her most recent set of Foster parents. Tate (Jake McLaughlin) is sprung from prison to protect Bo, even though he’s never met the child. The man overseeing Bo’s rescue, Tate’s release and bringing the two together is Milton Winter, played by Delroy Lindo. Lindo, a prolific actor who was born in London, England, has …Read On »

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