2017 OSCARS: MOONLIGHT wins Best Picture after mistake

Jimmy Kimmel hosted the award show | © 2017 ABC/Jeff Lipsky

Here’s something you don’t see every year. The 89th Academy Awards presentation on ABC network on February 26, 2017, will go down in history. Yes, the Best Picture Oscar for MOONLIGHT, the low-budget drama about a young gay black man at three stages of his life, is unique in many ways. However, what a lot of Oscar viewers may remember most about the evening is that, for the first time ever, the wrong movie got announced as the winner before it got straightened out onstage. When the time came to present Best Picture, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway read off […]Read On »

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THE FAMILY: Actor Rupert Graves also talks SHERLOCK – Exclusive Interview

Rupert Graves in THE FAMILY | ©2016 ABC/Bob D'Amico

In ABC Network’s Sunday-night drama THE FAMILY, Rupert Graves plays John Warren. John, his wife Claire (Joan Allen) and their two older children, Willa (Alison Pill) and Danny (Adam Gilford), have all been damaged in different ways by the kidnapping and presumed murder of youngest family member Adam. Years later, just as Claire is preparing to run for governor, a teenager claiming to be Adam (Liam James) shows up and thrusts the family into further chaos, especially because by now they all have many secrets that have built up around the original tragedy. English actor Graves plays DI Lestrade in […]Read On »

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OF KINGS AND PROPHETS: exclusive interview with the producers of the ABC series

Olly Rix stars as David in OF KINGS AND PROPHETS | © 2016 ABC/Trevor Adeline

Most people, regardless of their religious backgrounds or lack thereof, have heard some version of the Biblical story of David vs. Goliath. There’s much more to it than that, however, and now executive producers Chris Brancato, Jason Reed and Reza Aslan have come together to dramatize the tale as a weekly series in ABC Network’s OF KINGS AND PROPHETS, Tuesdays at 10 PM. Olly Rix stars as David, the shepherd who wins the favor of King Saul (Ray Winstone) and eventually becomes King of the Israelites himself. Brancato, whose writing/producing credits include THE X-FILES, FIRST WAVE, HANNIBAL and NARCOS, Biblical […]Read On »

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THE REAL O’NEALS: exclusive interview with Todd Holland

Bebe Wood as Shannon O'Neal and Martha Plimpton as Eileen O'Neal in THE REAL O'NEALS | © 2016 Jack Rowand/ABC

In ABC Network’s new half-hour comedy THE REAL O’NEALS, fourteen-year-old Kenny (Noah Galvin) comes out as gay to his very religious mother Eileen (Martha Plimpton) and police officer father Pat (Jay R. Ferguson). To his shock, Kenny learns his parents are separating, older brother Jimmy (Matt Shively) is obsessed with losing weight for his wrestling team and sister Shannon (Bebe Wood) steals things. No wonder Kenny sees Jesus – he is in need of more-than-human help. THE REAL O’NEALS, which premieres its first two episodes Wednesday March 2 before moving into its regular Tuesday-night slot next week, was adapted for […]Read On »

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AMERICAN CRIME: Michael J. McDonald gives a behind-the-scenes look at the show – exclusive interview

Lynn Blackburn as Cammy Ross on AMERICAN CRIME | © 2016 ABC/Ryan Green

In Part 2 of our exclusive interview with Michael J. McDonald, executive producer of ABC’s award-winning AMERICAN CRIME (Wednesdays at 10 PM), he discusses the plot of the current season, which deals with an accusation of male-on-male rape among students at a prestigious high school, working with the cast, and more. AX: The character of Kevin LaCroix, the high school basketball player portrayed by Trevor Jackson, is not suspected of being part of the rape, but he’s still in a lot of trouble. Is he being penalized for being “black while in proximity” to the crime? MICHAEL J. McDONALD: He’s […]Read On »

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AMERICAN CRIME: Michael J. McDonald chats about Season 2 – exclusive interview – Pt. 1

Timothy Hutton as Russ Skokie in AMERICAN CRIME | © 2016 ABC/Ryan Green

Season 1 of ABC Network’s AMERICAN CRIME was nominated for a Best Limited Series Emmy, and took home the gold for Regina King’s Supporting Actress performance. King is back in AMERICAN CRIME Season 2, which airs Wednesdays at 10 PM, but she – like returning cast mates Timothy Hutton, Felicity Huffman, Richard Cabral, Lili Taylor and Elvis Nolasco – is playing an entirely different character this year. Unlike the first season, which dealt with a racially-charged murder investigation, AMERICAN CRIME’s second year concerns the fallout after male high school student Taylor (Connor Jessup) is apparently raped by at least one […]Read On »

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MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER: Enver Gjokaj gives the scoop on Season 2 – exclusive interview

Enver Gjokaj stars as Daniel Sousa in MARVEL'S AGENT CARTER | © 2016 ABC/Bob D'Amico

In its second season, ABC’s Tuesday night MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER finds the title heroine, played by Hayley Atwell, relocating from 1940s New York to 1940s Los Angeles. Peggy Carter, a British special agent working for the Strategic Scientific Reserve (the precursor of S.H.I.E.L.D. – AGENT CARTER s in fact a spin-off of MARVEL’S AGENTS OF SHIELD), spent the first season trying to clear billionaire inventor Howard Stark (Dominic Cooper) of treason charges. It would be an understatement to say that Carter’s skills were underestimated because of her gender. In Season 1, she bonded with fellow agent Daniel Sousa, played by […]Read On »

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CASTLE: Alexi Hawley and Terence Paul Winter on Season 8 – Exclusive Interview

Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic in CASTLE - Season 8 | ©2015 ABC/Bob D'Amico

When ABC’s CASTLE ended its seventh season this spring, it looked as though the series might be wrapping up. After all, our hero Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) had not only married the love of his life, NYPD homicide detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic), he’d also confronted and solved the haunting childhood memory that set him on the path to becoming a famous mystery writer in the first place. Beckett had aced her police captain’s exam and had been approached about running for political office. Castle’s daughter Alexis (Molly C. Quinn) was excelling in college, Beckett’s colleagues Esposito (Jon Huertas) and […]Read On »

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