Winter 2013

Exclusive Interview: Kevin Michael Richardson on the end THE CLEVELAND SHOW

Shredder from TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES on Nick | ©2013 Nickelodeon

Seth McFarlane’s animated FAMILY GUY birthed a spin-off four years ago, THE CLEVELAND SHOW, moving the supporting neighbor character Cleveland Brown, voiced by Mike Henry, to his own series which recently finished its run on Fox and is now airing reruns on the Cartoon Network. Cleveland’s prepubescent son Cleveland Junior and his redneck neighbor Lester are both voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson. Richardson’s resume as a voice actor spans over twenty years, including feature films (LILO & STITCH, TRANSFORMERS 2, additional voices in STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS), television (MONSTERS VS. ALIENS, STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS as Jabba the Hutt, […]Read On »


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Exclusive Interview: Jeri Ryan on BODY OF PROOF Season 3

Jeri Ryan in BODY OF PROOF | ©2013 ABC

BODY OF PROOF is set in a medical examiner’s office, where former neurosurgeon Dr. Megan Hunt, played by Dana Delany, and her boss, Dr. Kate Murphy, played by Jeri Ryan, help the police department solve homicides. The third and final season of BODY OF PROOF concluded this year on ABC, where it is still in reruns on Tuesdays at 10 PM; Season 3 has also just been released on Blu-ray and DVD. We caught up with actress Ryan, known for her work in STAR TREK: VOYAGER and BOSTON PUBLIC, to talk about the third season of BODY OF PROOF. ASSIGNMENT […]Read On »


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Exclusive Interview: Mia Kirshner tricks out DEFIANCE

Mia Kirshner in DEFIANCE - Season 1 | ©2013 Syfy/Joe Pugliese

In Syfy’s DEFIANCE, which has its first-season finale Monday July 8 at 9 PM – it’s been renewed for a second season – Mia Kirshner plays Kenya Rosewater, the human proprietor of a bar/brothel that caters to humans and aliens of all genders.Kenya’s sister Amanda (Julie Benz) is the new mayor of the town of Defiance, formerly St. Louis,Missouri, and both women have an interest in the recently appointed town Lawkeeper, Jeb Nolan (Grant Bowler). Kirshner, who hails from Toronto, is no stranger to the science-fiction and fantasy genres – her first on-camera work was in an episode of WAR […]Read On »


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Exclusive Interview: Syfy Executive Mark Stern chats DEFIANCE

Tony Curran and Julie Benz in DEFIANCE - Season 1 - "If I Ever Leave This World Alive" | ©2013 Syfy/Ben Mark Holzberg

DEFIANCE, which has its first-season finale on Syfy Monday July 8 at 9 PM, is an unusual production. Its premise, which has seven alien races co-existing with humans on an Earth that has been transformed, allows for all sorts of storytelling, but what really sets it apart is that it has been developed in tandem with a Massive Multiplayer Online Game from Trion, also called DEFIANCE, that people have been playing since the show premiered back in April. Mark Stern, president of original content for Syfy and Universal Cable Productions, shepherded the DEFIANCE project for five years before it finally […]Read On »


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Exclusive Interview: Creator Eric Kripke on REVOLUTION Season 1 and SUPERNATURAL

Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) kills a Monroe guard on REVOLUTION "Clue" | (c) 2013 Brownie Harris/NBC

NBC’s REVOLUTION, which has its first-season finale tonight, Monday June 3 at 10 PM, has been picked up for a second season. This should offer fans some relief, since right now on the show, the Earth is in danger of catching fire altogether. In REVOLUTION, created by Eric Kripke (who also birthed SUPERNATURAL), under the auspices of Kripke’s fellow executive producer J.J. Abrams, there was a planet-wide blackout fifteen years earlier and electricity has not returned to the masses since. Power-hungry militia leader Monroe (David Lyons) has gotten his hands on some functioning helicopter gun ships. One ofMonroe’s adversaries, Rachel […]Read On »


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Exclusive Interview: REVOLUTION star David Lyons talks being the villainous Monroe

David Lyons stars as Monroe on REVOLUTION | (c) 2013 Brownie Harris/NBC

NBC’s REVOLUTION concludes its first season Monday night at 10 PM; it has been renewed for a second year. In the series created by Eric Kripke, we’re in a near-future where electrical power has been absent for fifteen years, though some very bad people have now gotten hold of it. A band of rebels, including Miles Matheson (Billy Burke), is fighting against the depredations of the Monroe Republic. David Lyons plays Sebastian “Bass” Monroe, head of the Monroe Republic and a former friend of Miles. He has an army and working helicopter gunships – what he doesn’t have is emotional […]Read On »


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Exclusive Interview: ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT star Jeffrey Tambor talks Season 4

Jeffrey Tambor as George Bluth in ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT | (c) 2013 Netflix

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT, the comedy series created by Mitch Hurwitz about the dysfunctional Bluth family, ran on Fox for three seasons, from 2003 through 2006. Contrary to its title, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT has at last developed further, thanks in large part to nonstop demand from its ardent fans, with a new season of fifteen episodes released simultaneously on Netflix on May 26. The new season shows some incidents from multiple characters’ points of view. Jeffrey Tambor, who plays unstable patriarch George Bluth Senior, talked briefly after a Q&A event for the Television Critics Association about returning to a beloved role seven years […]Read On »


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Exclusive Interview: REVOLUTION star Elizabeth Mitchell fights the militia and Monroe

Elizabeth Mitchell as Rachel on REVOLUTION | (c) 2013 Brownie Harris/NBC

On NBC’s REVOLUTION, renewed for a second year and now coming to the end of its first season Monday nights at 10, electrical power has been gone from the world for fifteen years. In the series created by Eric Kripke, this means things are tough all over, but Elizabeth Mitchell’s character Rachel Matheson has had an especially hard time. Her family has believed her to be dead for over a decade, she’s just spent four years as a prisoner of would-be world conqueror Monroe (David Lyons), her son Danny (Graham Rogers) has been killed and she’s having a rocky relationship […]Read On »


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Exclusive Interview: ROGUE star Marton Csokas chats about his new series

Marton Csokas in ROGUE | (c) 2013 DirecTV

DirecTV’s thriller series ROGUE, which concludes its first season Wednesday May 29, stars Thandie Newton as former Oakland police detective Grace Travis. Grace returns to her secret identity, minus her badge to investigate the death of her son. Marton Csokas plays Jimmy Laszlo, Grace’s lover and possible nemesis, who runs a shipping business that has a shady side. Csokas was born in New Zealand, holds a Hungarian passport and currently resides in the United States. Worldwide audiences know him as the elf Celeborn in the LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy. Other recent credits include ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER, DREAM HOUSE, […]Read On »


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Exclusive Interview: Elyes Gabel on BODY OF PROOF and GAME OF THRONES

Elyes Gabel in BODY OF PROOF | (c) 2013 ABC/Richard Foreman

Elyes Gabel (pronounced EL-ee-as Ga-BELL) will be known to fans of various genres. The London-born actor, who also lived for a time in Canada, is familiar to GAME OF THRONES viewers as the loyal but ill-fated Dothraki Rakharo. Zombie aficionados may have seen him in Britain’s Channel Four miniseries THE DEAD SET and will soon see him playing a virologist in WORLD WAR Z. Medical show enthusiasts may know Gabel from his seven years as Dr. Gurpreet “Guppy” Sandhu on the BBC’s CASUALTY. Now Gabel has his first regular role on a U.S. network series, ABC’s BODY OF PROOF, which […]Read On »


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