SACRED LIES: Creator Raelle Tucker and Director Scott Winant on Season 2’s THE SINGING BONES – Exclusive Interview

SACRED LIES: THE SINGING BONES - Season 2 - Key Art | ©2020 Facebook Watch/Blumhouse

Blumhouse Television and Facebook Watch premiere the second season of SACRED LIES on Thursday, February 20. Each season of SACRED LIES, created by Raelle Tucker, tells a new folktale-tinged thriller saga. This season, SACRED LIES: THE SINGING BONES, concerns musically gifted foster child Elsie (Jordan Alexander), her foster mother Shannon (Kristin Bauer), and her biological farther Peter (Ryan Kwanten). Their lives intersect with amateur detective/professional telemarketer Harper (Juliette Lewis), who obsessively seeks to identify anonymous murder victims, and forensic technician Lily (Kimiko Glenn). SACRED LIES is Tucker’s first series as a creator, although she has been a writer/producer on other […]Read On »

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WHITE FAMOUS: Co-creator Tom Kapinos chats about new Showtime series – Exclusive Interview

Jay Pharoah as Floyd in WHITE FAMOUS - Season 1 Key Art | ©2017 Showtime

Showtime’s Sunday-night half-hour comedy WHITE FAMOUS is loosely based on the life of Jamie Foxx. Jay Pharoah plays Floyd Mooney, balancing the success he enjoys as a standup comedian among black audiences with trying to work as an actor and gain traction with white viewers. Tom Kapinos, who had previously created Showtime’s long-running dark comedy CALIFORNICATION, created WHITE FAMOUS with Buddy Lewis and Chris Spencer. He talks about the series’ beginnings and how it all works. ASSIGNMENT X: How did WHITE FAMOUS come together? Did Jamie Foxx come to you with it? TOM KAPINOS: No. Showtime came to me a […]Read On »

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WAYWARD PINES: Carla Gugino on her Fox mystery series – exclusive interview

Carla Gugino in WAYWARD PINES - Season 1 | ©2015 Fox/James Minchin

In Fox’s ten-hour miniseries WAYWARD PINES from executive producer M. Night Shyamalan, Thursdays at 9 PM, Carla Gugino plays U.S. Secret Service Agent Kate Hewson. When Kate disappears, her partner Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) goes searching for her and winds up in the small town of Wayward Pines, Idaho. Kate is there – except she’s apparently been here for twelve years, while Ethan has only been here overnight. Kate isn’t Gugino’s first role as a federal agent. She starred in the title role of the TV series KAREN SISCO, based on the character Elmore Leonard created in his novel OUT […]Read On »

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Interview: Showtime President David Nevins HOMELAND, HOUSE OF LIES, a DEXTER rumor

Showtime President David Nevins | © 2014 Showtime/Patrick Ecclesine

Showtime has a lot going on with renewals for HOMELAND (currently in its fourth season Sundays at 9 PM) and THE AFFAIR (currently in its first season Sundays at 10), plus the fourth seasons of EPISODES and HOUSE OF LIES, both returning in January, and the impending second season of PENNY DREADFUL, to name a few of the premium network’s more popular shows. Showtime President David Nevins attends a Q&A session for the Television Critics Association. During this, he puts to bed one persistent Internet rumor – no, Showtime executives did not pressure the DEXTER show runners to keep the […]Read On »

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Interview: 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY star Mary Lynn Rajskub beats the clock again

Mary Lynn Rajskub as Chloe O'Brian in 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY | ©2014 Daniel Smith/FOX

It just wouldn’t be 24 without Kiefer Sutherland’s Jack Bauer. For a lot of people, it also wouldn’t be 24 without Mary Lynn Rajskub’s Chloe O’Brian. Brought on in 24’s third season in 2003 as a grumpy, antisocial computer whiz, Chloe evolved into Jack’s most loyal and trusted colleague. It’s not really a surprise, then, that Chloe and Rajskub are back for 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY, Mondays at 9 PM on Fox. Although Jack and Chloe begin the twelve-episode season as adversaries, odds are good that they’ll reach détente before long. Rajskub, a Michigan native who does standup comedy and […]Read On »

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CALIFORNICATION star David Duchovny gives the scoop on Season 7

David Duchovny as Hank Moody in Californication on Showtime | © 2014 Showtime

Showtime’s CALIFORNICATION, created by Tom Kapinos and starring David Duchovny as very conflicted and sometimes debauched writer Hank Moody, begins its seventh and final season Sunday, April 13, at 9:30 PM. It’s recently been announced that Duchovny is set to star as a police detective in NBC’s thirteen-episode series AQUARIUS, about Charles Manson. Duchovny is at a party thrown by CBS, Showtime and the CW for the Television Critics Association, where he talks a little about Hank’s big sendoff. AX: Where do we find Hank at the start of Season 7? DAVID DUCHOVNY: He’s got to get a job this […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: ALMOST HUMAN star Michael Ealy becomes a robocop

Michael Ealy in ALMOST HUMAN - Season 1 | ©2013 Fox/Kharen Hill

In Fox’s new series ALMOST HUMAN, premiering tonight, before settling into its regular time slot Monday, November 18 at 8 PM, creator J.H. (Joel) Wyman posits a future where the police have plenty of backup. Each officer is paired with a human-looking but depersonalized android partner, who can deflect gunfire, detain suspects and otherwise withstand a great deal of damage. However, Detective John Kennex (Karl Urban), who has a prosthetic leg, detests the androids and tosses his first cyborg partner out of a moving car. Kennex is then paired with Dorian, played by Michael Ealy. Dorian is a DRN, a […]Read On »

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Exclusive Photos from the CBS / The CW / SHOWTIME TCA Party

The Originals Cast - Charles Michael Davis, Claire Holt, Joseph Morgan, Leah Pipes, Danielle Campbell and Phoebe Tonkin at the CBS/CW/Showtime Summer 2013 Television Critics Party | ©2013 Sue Schneider

On July 29th a big party was held by CBS/The CW/Showtime for the Television Critics Annual Summer Press Tour at The Event, which is actually the upper parking lot where the department store Robinson’s/May in Beverly Hills used to be. Taking pictures before heading inside it was quite a turnout of stars from the three networks of their new shows and returning shows of the three networks CBS, The CW and Showtime. I probably missed a few as I went in as soon as the cast from the CW new show THE ORIGINALS, a spin-off from THE VAMPIRE DAIRIES walked […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: CALIFORNICATION star Evan Handler talks playing an agent

Evan Handler in CALIFORNICATION | ©2013 Showtime/Randy Tepper

On CALIFORNICATION, the half-hour black comedy created by Tom Kapinos, now in its sixth season on Showtime Sundays at 10:30 PM, David Duchovny’s character Hank Moody may be messed up, but he’s often an island of sanity compared to his agent Charlie Runkle, played by Evan Handler. New Yorker Handler memorably played Harry Goldenblatt in eighteen episodes of HBO’s SEX AND THE CITY, but he’s also well known for TIME ON FIRE, the one-man show he wrote and starred in, based on his memoir about surviving cancer treatment. Handler wrote a follow-up volume, IT’S ONLY TEMPORARY, which has just been […]Read On »

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Interview: David Duchovny chats CALIFORNICATION Season 6

David Duchovny in CALIFORNICATION - Season 6 | ©2013 Showtime/David M. Russell

David Duchovny is now in his sixth season of playing troubled, womanizing writer Hank Moody on Showtime’s dark comedy CALIFORNICATION, which runs Sundays at 10:30 PM. The New York-born, Yale-educated actor made a mark on RED SHOE DIARIES, TWIN PEAKS and the feature film KALIFORNIA, but – CALIFORNICATION aside – Duchovny is arguably best known for playing paranormally inclined FBI agent Fox Mulder on the TV series THE X-FILES from 1993 through 2002 and two X-FILES feature films. His new theatrical feature PHANTOM, a submarine thriller with Ed Harris, is about to be released. At a party thrown by CBS […]Read On »

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