KINGDOM: Actor Frank Grillo talks the Audience show’s final season – exclusive interview

Frank Grillo stars in KINGDOM | © 2017 DirecTV

In AT&T Audience Network’s KINGDOM, now in its third and final season Wednesday nights on DirecTV, there are no crowns or thrones – and not many rules, either. In Byron Balasco’s scripted series about the world of mixed martial arts, aka MMA, the fights are all out. Frank Grillo stars as Alvey Kulina, a semi-retired MMA fighter who has opened his own gym in Los Angeles and works as a trainer, but is pulled back into the game by his sons (played by Nick Jonas and Jonathan Tucker) and his own ambitions. Grillo, a native New Yorker, has had roles […]Read On »

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THE HANDMAID’S TALE: Actress Yvonne Strahovski – Exclusive Interview

Yvonne Strahovski in THE HANDMAIDS TALE | © 2017 Hulu

In THE HANDMAID’S TALE, now streaming its first ten-episode season on Hulu and renewed for a second, marriages have become very complicated. Based on the novel by Margaret Atwood and developed for Hulu by Bruce Miller, THE HANDMAID’S TALE tells of a near-future when women are completely subjugated. None are allowed to read or write. Because much of humanity is no longer able to reproduce, fertile women are forced to be handmaids, who bear children for powerful married couples. Yvonne Strahovski plays Serena Joy Waterford, wife of Commander Waterford (played by Joseph Fiennes). She has more freedom than most other […]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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ZOO: Executive producer Josh Appelbaum on Season 3 – Exclusive Interview

Billy Burke as Mitch Morgan in ZOO - Season 3 - "No Place Like Home" | ©2017 CBS/Shane Harvey

In CBS’ ZOO, returning for its third season Thursday, June 29, humanity just can’t catch a break. Season 3 picks up ten years after the events at the conclusion of Season 2, with regular human rendered sterile by the cure for the manufactured virus that had driven animals crazy. James Wolk, Kristen Connolly, Billy Burke and Nonso Anozie returns as the leads. Executive producer Josh Appelbaum, who, with Andre Nemec, Jeff Pinkner and Scott Rosenberg, developed the series from James Patterson’s novel, took time at a CBS party for the Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour to talk about what’s […]Read On »

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THE PATH: Actor Hugh Dancy on Season 2 and possible HANNIBAL Season 4 – Exclusive Interview

Hugh Dancy in THE PATH - Season 2 | ©2017 Hulu

With its first two seasons now available and a third due next year, the Hulu original drama THE PATH examines the dynamics of a spiritual organization, Meyerism, in a state of flux. In the series created by Jessica Goldberg, Eddie (Aaron Paul) has left Meyerism. Eddie’s wife Sarah (Michelle Monaghan) has stayed with the organization and left him for the group’s new leader, longtime adherent Cal Roberts, played by Hugh Dancy. Cal thought he was temporarily in charge while Meyerism’s founder Dr. Stephen Meyer (Keir Dullea) was absent, but events have taken a turn. England-born Dancy has a wide variety […]Read On »

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TWIN PEAKS: Director David Lynch talks about THE RETURN

Miguel Ferrer and David Lynch in TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN | ©2017 Showtime

The works of filmmaker David Lynch are often mysterious, so it makes sense that he’s not going to be overly straightforward in discussing Showtime’s TWIN PEAKS. The beloved cult hit series, about a murder in a strange little rural Northwestern town, ran for two seasons on ABC, 1990 and 1991. Lynch and co-creator Mark Frost have now brought forth a twenty-five-years-later return as a limited run for Showtime, with Lynch directing all eighteen episodes. Many of the original cast members, including Kyle MacLachlan, Sheryl Lee, Kimmy Robertson, Russ Tamblyn, Madchen Amick and Joan Chen, are back, joined by some new-to-TWIN […]Read On »

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GOOD WITCH: Actress Bailee Madison on Season 3 – Exclusive Interview

Bailee Madison in GOOD WITCH - Season 3 | © 2017 Hallmark Channel

GOOD WITCH is now in its third season on Hallmark Channel. The family comedy/drama stars Catherine Bell as the title character, Cassie Nightingale, and Bailee Madison as her daughter, now-adolescent Grace Russell. Bell and Madison both starred in several GOOD WITCH telefilms prior to it becoming a series. Madison, who has been acting since she was seven years old, is one of Hallmark’s favorite performers. She’s been in multiple films for the network. Madison has also done a wide variety of feature films, including the drama BROTHERS, the horror offering DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK and the fantasy ANNABELLE […]Read On »

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BETTER CALL SAUL: Actor Giancarlo Esposito on revisiting his BREAKING BAD character – Exclusive Interview

Giancarlo Esposito as Gustavo "Gus" Fring in BETTER CALL SAUL - Season 3 |©2017 /AMC/Sony Pictures Television/Michele K. Short

Giancarlo Esposito’s drug kingpin/Los Pollos Hermanos proprietor Gus Fring was one of the standout characters of AMC’s BREAKING BAD, earning the actor an Emmy nomination. It’s taken until Season 3 of BREAKING BAD’s prequel series BETTER CALL SAUL –AMC on Monday nights, starring Bob Odenkirk as criminal lawyer Jimmy McGill prior to his transformation into Walter White’s attorney Saul Goodman – for Gus to show up. Now we’re seeing Esposito play Gus as a less-established, younger man than he was in BREAKING BAD, even though it’s been six years since the actor last played the character. Esposito was born in […]Read On »

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SCORPION: Elyes Gabel and Ari Stidham on Season 3 – Exclusive Interview Part 2

The cast of SCORPION on CBS | © 2016 Robert Voets/CBS

In Part 2 of Assignment X’s exclusive interview with SCORPION stars Elyes Gabel, who plays Walter O’Brien, and Ari Stidham, who plays Sylvester “Sly” Dodd, the two actors talk about stunts, fake bats and more in the CBS series, which airs Monday nights and returns for its fourth season in the fall. ASSIGNMENT X: Stunt-wise, what are some of the things they’ve allowed you to do that you’ve enjoyed the most? ELYES GABEL: Yeah, there are so many, through each single episode. We did a lot of wall work again, there are some things that I didn’t enjoy doing, but […]Read On »

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PRISON BREAK: Actor Mark Feuerstein chats new BREAK and end of ROYAL PAINS – Exclusive Interview

Mark Feuerstein in PRISON BREAK: THE EVENT SERIES |© 2017 FOX

PRISON BREAK is a show where, almost invariably, if a character seems too good to be true, they turn out to be very bad indeed. That’s been the case with Mark Feuerstein’s character Jacob Anton Ness. In PRISON BREAK’s fifth season, Tuesdays on Fox Network, in both real time and series time, it’s six years after PRISON BREAK’s original four-year run. Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) is believed to be dead and his widow, Dr. Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies), is now married to Feuerstein’s Jacob and raising Michael’s young son Mike (Christian Michael Cooper) with him. Then it turns out […]Read On »

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