A MILLION LITTLE THINGS: Actors David Giuntoli and Allison Miller on Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

Allison Miller is Maggie Bloom in A MILLION LITTLE THINGS - Season 2 | ©2020 FOX/Robert Trachtenberg

In ABC’s A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, now on Thursday nights in its second season, three lifelong best friends – played by David Giuntoli, Romany Malco and James Roday – re-evaluate everything in the wake of the suicide of their comrade Jonathan (Ron Livingston). Giuntoli’s recovering alcoholic character Eddie Saville was having an affair with Jonathan’s wife Delilah (Stephanie Szostak), who has subsequently had Eddie’s child. Eddie has managed to save his marriage to business executive wife Katherine (Grace Park) and remain with their little boy Theo (Tristan Byon). Roday’s Gary, meanwhile, has embarked on a very up-and-down relationship with fellow […]Read On »

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FOR LIFE: Executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson on new ABC drama – Interview

Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson as Cassius in FOR LIFE - Season 1 | ©2020 ABC/Maarten de Boer

FOR LIFE, the new drama premiering on ABC on Tuesday, February 11, is loosely based on the real life of lawyer Isaac Wright Jr. The series stars Nicholas Pinnock as Aaron Wallace, who is wrongly convicted of a crime he did not commit and sentenced to life in prison. Aaron studies to become a lawyer while incarcerated. He hopes to clear his own name and reunite with his family. Meanwhile, once he is qualified, Aaron represents his fellow inmates in court. Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is one of FOR LIFE’s executive producers and also appears in the series as Cassius. […]Read On »

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STUMPTOWN: Actor Michael Ealy gives the scoop on the rest of Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Michael Ealy is Detective Miles Hoffman in STUMPTOWN - Season 1 | ©2019 ABC/Martin DeBoer

“Stumptown” is a nickname for Portland, Oregon, coined from the city’s origins as a logging camp. STUMPTOWN is also a title for ABC’s freshman Wednesday-night series about newly-licensed private eye Dex Parios (Cobie Smulders) and the people in her life. Portland P.D. homicide detective Miles Hoffman, played by Michael Ealy, has hooked up with Dex on and off throughout the season, both professionally and personally. Since Dex is in denial of her feelings for her friend, bar owner and ex-con Grwy (Jake Johnston), this further complicates things with Miles. Having spoken with actor Ealy at the beginning of STUMPTOWN’s run, […]Read On »

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EMERGENCE: Donald Faison on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Donald Faison as Alex Evans in EMERGENCE - Season 1 | ©2019 /Frank Ockenfels

In ABC’s EMERGENCE, which has its first-season finale on Tuesday, January 28, Donald Faison plays Alex Evans. In the series created by Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters, Alex is the affectionate ex-husband of small-town police chief Jo Evans (Allison Tolman) and father of their teen daughter Mia (Ashley Aufderheide). Alex and Jo have had an amicable divorce up to this point, but he starts questioning Jo’s judgment when she rescues and brings into her home ten-year-old Piper (Alexa Swinton). Piper is not a normal little girl. In fact, she’s a sentient artificial intelligence, who has all manner of dangerous people […]Read On »

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EMERGENCE: Executive Producer Juan Alfonso gives the scoop on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

EMERGENCE Season 1 Key Art | ©2019 ABC

EMERGENCE, which has its first-season finale on ABC on Tuesday, January 28, is a combination of future tech science fiction and family drama. In the series created by Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters, a little girl named Piper (Alexa Swinton) enters the life of New Jersey small-town police chief Jo Evans (Allison Tolman). Piper quickly endears herself to Jo’s teenage daughter Mia (Ashley Aufderheide). Jo’s ailing father Ed (Clancy Brown), and even Jo’s skeptical ex-husband Alex (Donald Faison). Piper demonstrates superpowers – which are the product of the fact that she’s actually an artificial intelligence within a flesh and blood […]Read On »

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EMERGENCE: Actress Allison Tolman talks about the second half of Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Allison Tolman as Jo Evans in EMERGENCE - Season 1 - "KIllshot Pt. 1" | ©2019 ABC/Eric Liebowitz

In ABC’s Tuesday-night series EMERGENCE, which has its season finale January 28, Allison Tolman stars as small-town police chief Jo Evans. In the series created by Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters, Jo is also the mother of teen Mia (Ashley Aufderheide) and ex-wife of amiable Alex (Donald Faison), Jo has rescued Piper (Alexa Swindon), the sole survivor of a plane crash that officially never happened. Piper is a sweet, affectionate ten-year-old girl who is actually an artificial intelligence in an organic body. A lot of people keep trying to destroy, steal and/or reprogram Piper. Jo has her hands full trying […]Read On »

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EMERGENCE: Clancy Brown chats new series and thoughts on rumored HIGHLANDER reboot – Exclusive Interview

Clancy Brown in EMERGENCE - Season 1 - "Killshot Pt. 2" | ©2020 ABC/Will Hurt

ABC’s EMERGENCE, now in its first season on Tuesday nights, is a mixture of science fiction and family drama. In the series created by Tara Butters & Michele Fazekas, small-town police chief Jo Evans (Allison Tolman) finds her life upended when she tries to protect Piper (Alexa Swinton), a ten-year-old girl who seems to be the lone survivor of a mysterious plane crash. As a variety of people try to kidnap or co-opt Piper, it turns out that the child is actually an artificial intelligence in an organic body. Jo’s ex Alex (Donald Faison) is horrified by the potential danger […]Read On »

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FRESH OFF THE BOAT: Actor Ray Wise on his ABC series and more – Exclusive Interview

Ray Wise as Marvin in FRESH OFF THE BOAT - "Gotta Be Me"| ©2019 ABC/Andrew Eccles

FRESH OFF THE BOAT, now in its sixth and final season Fridays on ABC, primarily chronicles the Huang family. Based on the memoirs of chef Eddie Huang (played in his youth by Hudson Yang), the series shows Eddie’s Taiwanese immigrant parents, restaurant owner Louis (Randall Park) and novice writer Jessica (Constance Wu), making a go of it with their three young sons in ‘90s Orlando, Florida. Friends and neighbors loom large in the Huangs’ life, especially Dr. Marvin Ellis, played by Ray Wise, along with his wife Honey (Chelsey Crisp) and daughter Nicole (Luna Blaise), who is Eddie’s age. In […]Read On »

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MIXED-ISH: Actress Arica Himmell on Season 1 of the ABC spin-off – Exclusive Interview

Arica Himmel as Bow in MIXED-ISH | ©2018/Brian Bowen Smith

MIXED-ISH, now in its first season Tuesday nights on ABC, is spun off from BLACK-ISH. In BLACK-ISH, Tracee Ellis Ross plays doctor, wife and family woman Rainbow Johnson. MIXED-ISH, which Ross created with Kenya Barris (who also created BLACK-ISH) & Peter Saji, chronicles Rainbow’s childhood. Arica Himmel plays the young Rainbow in MIXED-ISH (Ross narrates the show as Rainbow’s adult self). As MIXED-ISH begins, we’re in the ‘80s. Rainbow, her two younger siblings and their parents, black mom Alicia (Tika Sumpter) and white dad Paul (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) move from a free-spirited commune to suburbia, where the kids must deal with […]Read On »

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STUMPTOWN: Tantoo Cardinal chats new ABC detective series – Exclusive Interview

Tantoo Cardinal in STUMPTOWN - Season | ©2019 ABC/Matthias Clamer

ABC’s new Wednesday-night detective drama STUMPTOWN is based on the graphic novels by Greg Rucka, Matthew Southworth, and Justin Greenwood, adapted for television by executive producer Jason Richman. Cobie Smulders stars as Dex Parios, a U.S. military vet who becomes a private eye in Portland, Oregon. Dex’s history is tied up with that of Tantoo Cardinal’s character, Sue Lynn Blackbird. Dex and Sue Lynn’s son were in love, but Sue Lynn broke up the relationship. This led indirectly to the son’s death, and Sue Lynn now seems to regret her actions way back when. When her granddaughter Nina (Blu Hunt) […]Read On »

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