YOUR HONOR: Actors Hunter Doohan and Sofia Black-D’Elia on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Sofia Black-D'Elia as Frannie and Hunter Doohan as Adam Desiato in YOUR HONOR - Season 1 - "Part Three" | ©2021 Showtime/Skip Bolen

YOUR HONOR, now in its first season Sunday nights on Showtime, chronicles what happens when high school student Adam Desiato, played by Hunter Doohan, has an asthma attack while driving. Adam accidentally plows into and kills another youth, whose father turns out to be feared New Orleans mobster Jimmy Baxter (played by Michael Stuhlbarg). Adam’s own father is New Orleans Superior Court judge Michael Desiato, played by Bryan Cranston. Michael, until now a completely moral man, will do anything to save his son. This isn’t even the only complication in Adam’s life. He’s also having an affair with his young […]Read On »

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YOUR HONOR: Michael Stuhlbarg on paying a grieving mob boss – Exclusive Interview

Michael Stuhlbarg as Jimmy Baxter in YOUR HONOR | ©2020 Showtime / Skip Bolen

YOUR HONOR is now in the midst of its ten-episode run Sunday nights on Showtime. Based on the Israeli series KVODO, and developed for U.S. television by Peter Moffat, YOUR HONOR sets up a conflict wherein New Orleans judge Michael Desiato (Bryan Cranston) is desperately trying to cover up the fact that his college-student son Adam (Hunter Doohan) was involved in a fatal hit-and run accident. Michael Stulhbarg plays Jimmy Baxter, the mob boss who is the father of Adam’s accidental victim. While another youth has been framed for the crime, Jimmy rightly suspects he doesn’t know everything about what […]Read On »

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YOUR HONOR: Creator Peter Moffat on new Bryan Cranston miniseries – Exclusive Interview

YOUR HONOR - Key Art | ©2020 Showtime

YOUR HONOR, which premieres the first of its ten episodes on Showtime on Sunday, December 6, has been developed for American television by Peter Moffat. Based on the Israeli series KVODO, created by Ron Ninio and Shlomo Mashiach, YOUR HONOR is set in New Orleans. Bryan Cranston stars in the title role, Judge Michael Desiato, who is still grieving the loss of his wife a year ago. We see that he is compassionate and fair on the bench. Michael’s college student son Adam (Hunter Doohan) likewise mourns the loss of his mother. When he goes to commemorate the anniversary of […]Read On »

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MRS. AMERICA: Actress Margo Martindale on new miniseries – Exclusive Interview

Margo Martindale as Bella Abzug in MRS. AMERICA | ©2020 FX/Pari Dukovic

MRS. AMERICA is a nine-episode miniseries, streaming on FX on Hulu, about the battle over the Equal Rights Amendment. Created by Dahvi Waller, MRS. AMERICA is set in the 1970s, when what seemed like a simple constitutional amendment – the ERA guaranteed “equal legal rights for all American citizens, regardless of sex” – was turned into a political flashpoint by far-right activist Phyllis Schlafly, played by Cate Blanchett. Margo Martindale plays real-life Democratic politician Bella Abzug (1920-1998), a U.S. congresswoman for New York who was one of the founders of the National Women’s Political Caucus. Martindale, who was won three […]Read On »

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SNEAKY PETE: Actress Margo Martindale on Season 1 – Interview

Margo Martindale in SNEAKY PETE - Season 1 | ©2017 Amazon

In Amazon’s series SNEAKY PETE, now streaming its first season and picked up for a second, Margo Martindale plays bail bonds company proprietor and family matriarch Audrey. Audrey’s problems include a husband (Pete Gerety) with serious health issues, a single-mother granddaughter (Marin Ireland) who’s not very good at the family business and grandson Pete (Giovanni Ribisi) who has returned home after a twenty-year absence. Pete poses a whole series of other problems, because he’s actually a con artist named Marius. Marius is trying to avoid an angry crime boss named Vince, played by Bryan Cranston, who co-created SNEAKY PETE with […]Read On »

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SNEAKY PETE: Star Marin Ireland and executive producer Graham Yost on Season 1 – Interview

Marin Ireland and in SNEAKY PETE poster | ©2017 Amazon/CBS

In Amazon’s SNEAKY PETE, now streaming its entire first ten-episode season and renewed for a second, Giovanni Ribisi plays a con artist named Marius Josipovic. When Marius is in prison, his cellmate Pete (Ethan Embry) talks lovingly of the grandparents he hasn’t seen in twenty years. Upon release, Marius impersonates Pete and winds up in the family bail bonds business. He is frequently teamed with Pete’s cousin Julia, played by Marin Ireland. Julia doesn’t realize that Marius isn’t really Cousin Pete; she also doesn’t know much about the bail bonds game herself. SNEAKY PETE was created by Bryan Cranston, who […]Read On »

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ALL THE WAY: Director Jay Roach on new telefilm – Exclusive Interview

ALL THE WAY poster | ©2016 HBO

ALL THE WAY, Robert Schenkkan’s drama about President Lyndon Baines Johnson, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the American civil rights movement in 1964, won Tony Awards for Original Play and Bryan Cranston’s lead performance. Now director Jay Roach has brought ALL THE WAY to HBO as a telefilm, premiering Saturday, May 21. Schenkkan adapted the script and Cranston reprises his role as LBJ; Anthony Mackie portrays Dr. King. Although also known for big-screen comedies (the AUSTIN POWERS films, MEET THE PARENTS), Roach has had a very rewarding relationship doing politically-themed fare for HBO. As both director and […]Read On »

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THE MAGICIANS: Executive Producer John McNamara on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Stella Maeve in THE MAGICIANS - Season 1 | ©2016 Syfy/Lorenzo Agius

In Syfy’s new Monday night series THE MAGICIANS, based on the trilogy of novels by Lev Grossman, magic is real. Some, like Quentin Coldwater (Jason Ralph), study the magical arts at Brakebills University, while others, like Quentin’s lifelong friend Julia (Stella Maeve), learn more dangerously on the street. Magic may help explain how John McNamara, who adapted THE MAGICIANS for television with fellow executive producer Sera Gamble, is working out his schedule. McNamara is also executive-producing NBC’s Sixties-era crime drama AQUARIUS, starring David Duchovny, which will be airing its second season later this year, and discussing the Fifties/Sixties Hollywood blacklist […]Read On »

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BETTER CALL SAUL creators Vince Gilligan & Peter Gould talk Season 1 – interview

Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman in the opening episode of BETTER CALL SAUL | © 2015 Ursula Coyote/AMC

In the finale of AMC’s multi-Emmy-winning BREAKING BAD, Bryan Cranston’s indelible Walter White went out with a bang. However, the universe created by Vince Gilligan is back in a prequel, BETTER CALL SAUL, which premiered Sunday, February 8, before settling into its regular Monday-night timeslot at 10 PM the following night. BETTER CALL SAUL centers on the character played by Bob Odenkirk, Walt’s dodgy lawyer Saul Goodman, back when he was still going by his real name of Jimmy McGill and still had integrity left to lose. Jimmy has a beloved, ailing older brother, Chuck (Michael McKean), and is just […]Read On »

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GODZILLA Highlights this week in Blu-ray, DVD and VOD Releases

GODZILLA | © 2014 Warner Home Video

Your time is short. We know this. So in order to expedite your buying and Netflix decision making, we provide you with a list of the cool and not-so-cool titles coming out for movies, television and everything in-between. So put your feet up, grab some popcorn and check out this week’s selections. Movies: GODZILLA – For all intents, this is the GODZILLA film that we have been wanting for many years. A good plot. A lot of military might. Two huge and terrible monsters. One huge and terrible defender of the Earth. Godzilla is a bad thing. For centuries, it […]Read On »

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