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THE CROSSING: Creators Jay Beattie and Dan Dworkin on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

THE CROSSING - Season 1 Key Art |©2018 ABC

ABC’s new series THE CROSSING, now in its eleven-episode first season on Monday nights, deals with an unusual refugee situation. A large group of people wind up in the water off the coast of a small town in Oregon. When the survivors are brought ashore, it turns out they are refugees fleeing a war. However, they’re also Americans – from a hundred and eighty years in the future. While most of the refugees are regular humans, among them hide a few Apexes, genetically-enhanced individuals who have exceptional speed and strength. THE CROSSING creators and executive producers Jay Beattie and Dan […]Read On »

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CRIMINAL MINDS: Paget Brewster, A.J. Cook and Daniel Henney chat Season 13 – Exclusive Interview

Paget Brewster is Emily Prentiss in CRIMINAL MINDS | © 2017 CBS Broadcasting/Monty Brinton

CRIMINAL MINDS is in its thirteenth season, Wednesdays on CBS. Veteran cast members A.J. Cook has been with the series since its second episode as FBI Special Agent Jennifer “J.J.” Jareau, and Paget Brewster joined in Season 2 as FBI Special Agent Emily Prentiss, who now heads up the Behavioral Analysis Unit. Daniel Henney just joined CRIMINAL MINDS this season as Special Agent Matt Simmons, after spending two years in the role on the spinoff CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS (and a guest shot on CRIMINAL MINDS in a crossover episode). When the three are together, a fair amount of teasing […]Read On »

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LUCIFER: Rachael Harris chats Season 3 – Exclusive Interview

Rachael Harris in LUCIFER - Season 3 | ©2017 Fox/Jason Bell

In Season 3 of LUCIFER, Monday nights on Fox Network, there are a lot of characters with exotic backgrounds. There is of course the title character (Tom Ellis), who is literally the Devil; his angel brother Amenadiel (DB Woodside); the demon Mazakeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt), formerly Lucifer’s minion and Amenadiel’s lover, now heartily annoyed at both of them; and lawyer Charlotte Richards (Tricia Helfer), whose body was inhabited for awhile (though no longer) by the goddess of all creation, aka Lucifer and Amenadiel’s mom. Sorting through all of this is psychotherapist Linda Martin, played by Rachael Harris. Linda is a regular […]Read On »

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HOWARDS END: Matthew Macfadyen chats new miniseries – Exclusive Interview

Matthew Macfadyen is Henry Wilcox in HOWARD'S END - Miniseries| ©2018 Starz

E.M. Forster’s novel HOWARDS END was adapted as a feature film in 1992, winning Oscars for lead actress Emma Thompson, the screenplay adaptation by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and art direction. The story, set in 1910 England, deals with gender and class prejudices. Now Starz is bringing forth a four-part miniseries adaptation of HOWARDS END, which premieres Sunday, April 8. Matthew Macfadyen (pronounced, he explains, Mac-fad-ee-an) stars as Henry Wilcox, a wealthy man who falls in love with independent-minded Margaret Schlegel, played by Hayley Atwell, at the same time Margaret’s sister Helen (Philippa Coulthard) develops feelings for working-class activist Leonard Bast […]Read On »

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BLINDSPOT: Executive Producer Greg Berlanti talks Season 3 – interview

Jaimie Alexander as Jane Doe in BLINDSPOT | © 2018 NBC

Greg Berlanti is known to fans of DC Comic TV series as one of the guiding forces behind The CW’s slate of superhero shows (ARROW, THE FLASH, SUPERGIRL, LEGENDS OF TOMORROW, and BLACK LIGHTNING, all announced as renewed for next season). He’s also an executive producer on the CW’s RIVERDALE (adapted from DC Comics’s ARCHIE) and on ABC’s new stage illusionist procedural DECEPTION and wrote and directed the just-released romantic comedy feature LOVE, SIMON. However, some people don’t know that Berlanti is also one of the executive producers on BLINDSPOT, the NBC thriller now in its third season on Wednesday […]Read On »

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THE AMERICANS: Actor Matthew Rhys on the final season – exclusive interview

Matthew Rhys as Philip Jennings in THE AMERICANS | © 2018 Fx

FX Networks’s THE AMERICANS is now in its sixth and final season on Wednesday nights. It’s now the mid-‘80s. Matthew Rhys’s character, the secretly Russian Philip Jennings, has stopped spying for the K.G.B. and is now really working as the travel agent he’s been pretending to be for years. However, since Philip’s wife Elizabeth (Keri Russell) is more devoted than ever to the Soviet cause and has recruited their daughter Paige (Holly Taylor), danger is still present in family life. Things become especially tense as Philip and Elizabeth find they disagree over what they think Russian policy should be going […]Read On »

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ASH VS EVIL DEAD: Bruce Campbell talks Season 3 – exclusive interview

Bruce Campbell as Ash in ASH VS EVIL DEAD | © 2018 Starzz

ASH VS EVIL DEAD, now in its third season on Starz Sunday nights, represents a very particular sort of career triumph for its star Bruce Campbell. By now, the origin story has gained folklore status: in 1979, Campbell and his friends, director Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert, then young men in Michigan, raised $350,000 to make a low-budget horror film, THE EVIL DEAD, which was released in 1981, starring Campbell as inadvertent demon-summoner Ash Williams. The trio went on to make EVIL DEAD II (1987) and its studio-sponsored follow-up ARMY OF DARKNESS. The friends also came together to make the […]Read On »

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ONCE UPON A TIME: Actress Mekia Cox on playing real-life Tiana – exclusive interview

Mekia Cox as Tiana/Sabine in ONCE UPON A TIME | © 2018 ABC/Craig Sjodin

In ONCE UPON A TIME, now in its seventh and final season on ABC Friday nights, the action has moved from the enchanted town of Storybrooke, Maine, to the somewhat more modern environs of Seattle, Washington State. Mekia Cox has joined the cast for this last year as aspiring food truck entrepreneur Sabine. Due to a curse, Sabine doesn’t realize that she is really Princess Tiana (the first African-American Disney princess, originally introduced in the animated film THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG), nor that her best friend and business partner Jacinda is really the likewise bewitched Cinderella. Cox is also […]Read On »

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SCANDAL: Cast weighs in on the end of the series – interview

Scott Foley as Jake Ballard in SCANDAL | © 2018 ABC/Bob D'Amico

As creator Shonda Rhimes’s SCANDAL heads toward the finale of its seven-season run on Thursday nights, ABC opens up the show’s soundstages for the Winter 2018 Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour. Actors Scott Foley, Josh Malina, and Jeff Perry, who respectively play SCANDAL’s sometimes shady political operatives Jake Ballard, David Rosen, and Cyrus Beane, standing together within one of the White House sets, reflect on the end of an era. ASSIGNMENT X: How do you feel going into the last season of SCANDAL? Are you relieved, are you sad …? JEFF PERRY: I’m not relieved. I was shocked a […]Read On »

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CRIMINAL MINDS: Matthew Gray Gubler and Joe Mantegna talk Season 13 – exclusive interview

Joe Mantegna as David Rossi in CRIMINAL MINDS | © 2018 CBS

CRIMINAL MINDS is now in its thirteen season on Wednesday nights on CBS. Matthew Gray Gubler has been on the series since its inception as the brilliant but socially awkward F.B.I. Special Agent Dr. Spencer Reid. Joe Mantegna joined CRIMINAL MINDS in its third season as David Rossi, who left the Bureau to become a best-selling nonfiction author, only to return to the fold. The two men are enjoying supper together on an outdoor CBS lot, dressed to look like a 1930s street, in Studio City, but are up for discussing this season while they continue their meal. ASSIGNMENT X: […]Read On »

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