Exclusive Interview: DAYBREAK star Ryan Eggold on the new AT&T web series

Ryan Eggold at the premiere of the Web series DAYBREAK | ©2012 Sue Schneider

In the Web series DAYBREAK, all Ryan Eggold’s character Ben wants is to be left alone. That’s not in the cards, as Ben becomes caught up in a conspiracy combining action, mysticism and the future of humanity in this five-part production from sponsor AT&T, which has developed a number of tie-in apps for the program, and producer Tim Kring (TOUCH, HEROES), directed by Jon Cassar (24, TERRA NOVA). DAYBREAK can be seen on the Internet at daybreak2012.com – the finale will be posted Thursday night. At the premiere party for DAYBREAK on the rooftop ofWest Hollywood’s Sunset Tower Hotel, we […]Read On »

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Exclusive Photos from the DAYBREAK Web series premiere

Jon Cassar, Ryan Eggold and Ryan McPartlin at the premiere of the Web series DAYBREAK | ©2012 Sue Schneider

A special premiere was held recently of the Web series DAYBREAK at the Sunset Tower in West Hollywood, along with an evening of Entertainment, Tech Demos, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Musical performance by DJ Skee and special guests. The Web series is collaboration between TOUCH creator Tim Kring and director of 24 Jon Cassar and AT&T. Walking the orange carpet were the stars of the Web series, which included: Sarah Roemer, Shannon Lucio, Michael O’Keefe, Ryan Eggold, Frank John Hughes, James Kyson Lee, Jessika Van, Ryan McPartlin, Scott Michael Campbell, Eugene Byrd, Esther Lee (AT&T/ Executive Producer), Raven Metzner (Writer/Supervising […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Tim Kring on the DAYBREAK web series

DAYBREAK poster | ©2012 AT&T

DAYBREAK begins with a wild vehicle chase – not too surprising, as it’s directed by 24 veteran Jon Cassar – then flashes back to show us how Ben (Ryan Eggold), living in a mobile home park after turning his back on conventional success, gets entangled in a web that involves his late father, a twelve-sided dodecahedron and a secret society. The far-reaching themes are a hallmark of DAYBREAK’s co-creator/executive producer Tim Kring (TOUCH, HEROES). What is most unusual about DAYBREAK, with its high production values and pedigree on both sides of the camera – besides Eggold (ENTOURAGE, 90210), stars include […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Ryan McPartlin on DAYBREAK, the end of CHUCK and CSI: MIAMI

Ryan McPartlin in CHUCK - Season 2 - "Vs. The Sensei" | ©NBC/Greg Gayne

Captain Awesome is back – and a badass. Ryan McPartlin, who endeared himself to five seasons of CHUCK viewers as the title character’s brother-in-law Devon, aka Captain Awesome, has a new gig. However, neither the role itself nor the venue for the show is typical. DAYBREAK, produced by Tim Kring of HEROES and TOUCH and directed by 24 veteran Jon Cassar, looks exactly like a pilot episode of an action mystery TV series, but instead of airing on network or cable television, it is running – one ten-minute episode every Thursday night at Daybreak2012.com. The Web series is sponsored by […]Read On »

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