MANHUNT: DEADLY GAMES: Creator Andrew Sodroski and Director Michael Dinner on Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

MANHUNT: DEADLY GAMES - Season 2 Key Art | ©2020 Spectrum Originals

MANHUNT: DEADLY GAMES, now available in its ten-episode entirety on Spectrum on Demand, is the second season of MANHUNT. Both seasons dramatize FBI searches for serial bombers. In 2017’s Season 1, the subtitle was UNABOMBER and the subject was Theodore J. Kaczynski, played by Paul Bettany. MANHUNT: DEADLY GAMES focuses on the mistaken investigation into Georgia security guard Richard Jewell (also dramatized in the recent film RICHARD JEWELL) for the bombing at the 1996 Olympics and the eventual, lengthy quest to capture the real bomber, Eric Rudolph. Andrew Sodroski originally created MANHUNT with former FBI agent Jim Clemente and Tony […]Read On »

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ROADIES: Carla Gugino talks the season finale – exclusive interview

Carla Gugino as Shelli and Luke Wilson as Bill in ROADIES | © 2016 Katie Yu/SHOWTIME

Carla Gugino is one of the stars of Showtime Network’s ROADIES, which wraps its first season Sunday, August 28. Created by Cameron Crowe, ROADIES is a serio-comedic look at the lives of the road crew that keeps their band moving from city to city on a major tour. Gugino’s Shelli Anderson is the road manager for the Staton-House Band, devoted to her job and torn between her absent husband and her very present colleague, tour manager Bill Hanson, played by Luke Wilson. In feature films, Florida Gugino starred in the SPY KIDS franchise, ELEKTRA LUXX and SUCKER PUNCH, among many […]Read On »

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ROADIES: Cameron Crowe talks the Showtime series – interview

Carla Gugino as Shelli and Luke Wilson as Bill in ROADIES | © 2016 Katie Yu/SHOWTIME

Before Cameron Crowe became a filmmaker – writer/director of SAY ANYTHING and JERRY MAGUIRE, among many feature credits – he started out as a very young rock ‘n’ roll journalist. Crowe’s experiences covering rock bands formed the loose basis for his film ALMOST FAMOUS, which earned him a Best Original Screenplay Oscar. Now Crowe has returned to the rock world for television with his Showtime Network series ROADIES. Based on Crowe’s observations, ROADIES is about the lives, loves and musical passions of the crew that gets the (fictional) folk/rock band Staton House from one huge gig to the next. Luke […]Read On »

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Luke Wilson on his new series ROADIES – exclusive interview

Luke Wilson as Bill in ROADIES | © 2016 Katie Yu/SHOWTIM

In Showtime Network’s new Sunday-night series ROADIES, Luke Wilson plays Bill Hanson, tour manager for the long-lived rock band Seaton House. We don’t see that much of the band, as ROADIES, created by Cameron Crowe (ALMOST FAMOUS) focuses on the behind-the-scenes crew who make sure the show goes on, night after night, town after town. Bill always has his hands full with imperious management, underlings of varying temperaments, overzealous fans, balky equipment – and his own feelings for married coworker Shelli Anderson (Carla Gugino). Wilson previously costarred in two seasons of Showtime’s ENLIGHTENMENT, but his primary work has been in […]Read On »

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HBO President of Programming Michael Lombardo – exclusive interview

Michael Lombardo, head of programming at HBO | © 2015 HBO

Following a general question and answer session with the Television Critics Association, HBO President of Programming Michael Lombardo took some time for an exclusive follow-up discussion. AX: This is Michael Lombardo on the State of the HBO Union. MICHAEL LOMBARDO: The State of the HBO Union? “’The Union is fine,’ Daniel Webster answered.” Things are good. I’m excited about the year. AX: A few years ago, you were saying you didn’t really like genre. LOMBARDO: It wasn’t my natural predilection, that is correct. AX: How do you feel about genre now? LOMBARDO: Here is what I’ll say. What I learned, […]Read On »

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WAYWARD PINES: Reed Diamond on the new Fox summer series – Exclusive Interview

Reed Diamond in WAYWARD PINES - Season 1 | ©2015 Fox/James Minchin

In Fox’s miniseries WAYWARD PINES, Thursdays at 9 PM, Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) is understandably upset. Not only is he trapped in the title town, where people are executed over transgressions like referring to their lives pre-arrival, but he finds his partner/ex-lover Kate Hewson (Carla Gugino) claiming she’s lived here for twelve years, even though she’s only been missing a few weeks. Morever, Kate says she’s been married for years to local toymaker Harold Balinger, played by Reed Diamond. Native New Yorker Diamond is no stranger to television or to genre. He was one of the starring […]Read On »

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WAYWARD PINES: Matt Dillon searches for answers in new Fox series – Exclusive Interview

Matt Dillon in WAYWARD PINES - Season 1 | ©2015 Fox/Frank Ockenfels

In Fox Network’s limited series WAYWARD PINES, Thursdays at 9 PM, the deceptively pleasant-looking small Idaho town has a lot of secrets, one big one being that nobody is allowed to leave. Executive-produced by M. Night Shyamalan, who directed the premiere, and developed for television Chad Hodge from the novels by Blake Crouch, WAYWARD PINES focuses on U.S. Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke, played by Matt Dillon. Ethan awakens from a car crash in Wayward Pines, where he is lied to and held captive. When he gets a measure of freedom, Ethan finds his partner Kate Hewson (Carla Gugino), who […]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: Graham Yost talks about being JUSTIFIED for Season 3

Timothy Olyphant in JUSTIFIED - Season 3 - "When the Guns Come Out" | ©2012 FX/Prashant Gupta

JUSTIFIED, the widely-acclaimed series based on Elmore Leonard’s short story “Fire in the Hole,” is now in its third season on FX, Tuesdays at 10 PM. JUSTIFIED follows Timothy Olyphant’s character, U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, who reluctantly accepted a transfer back to his birthplace of Harlan County, Kentucky. Over the seasons, Raylan has grown even angrier at his criminal/con man father Arlo (Raymond J. Barry), reconnected with his ex-wife Winona (Natalie Zea) – the two are now expecting a baby together – and developed a mistrustful but sometimes mutually beneficial association with former friend Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins), who is […]Read On »

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Exclusive Photos from FX’s AMERICAN HORROR STORY Premiere Screening

Dylan McDermott and Jessica Lange at the Premiere Screening of FX's AMERICAN HORROR STORY | ©2011 Sue Schneider

FX recently held a premiere screening of their newest original drama series AMERICAN HORROR STORY at the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood.  The series is from Ryan Murphy, the creator of GLEE and NIP/TUCK. Seen walking the carpet were the stars of the series, which included: Dylan McDermott, Jessica Lange, Taissa Farmiga, Frances Conroy, Shelby Young, Jamie Brewer, Kai Schulz, Bodhi Schulz, Riley Schmidt, Zachary Quinto, Ben Woolf, Morris Chestnut, Christian Serratos, Teddy Sears, Kate Mara, Sarah Paulson Christine Estabrook, Eric Stonestreet, Ryan Murphy (Co-Creator/Executive Producer) Joining them were guests, which included: Fiona Gubelmann, Katherine Tokarz, Carla Gugino, Ryan Eggold, John […]Read On »

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