GOD FRIENDED ME: Violett Beane talks Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

Violett Beane in GOD FRIENDED ME - Season 1 | ©2018 Warner Bros./Jeff Riedell

In CBS’s GOD FRIENDED ME, now in its second season on Sunday nights, atheist podcaster Miles Finer (Brandon Micheal Hall) is thrown for a loop when someone claiming to be God friends him on Facebook. More, whoever has the God account keeps making suggestions that improve Miles’s life and helps him to assist strangers. Violett Beane plays journalist Cara Bloom, who tries to help Miles find out who is actually running the God account. Last season, evidence pointed to wealthy, philanthropic tech mogul Simon Hayes (Adam Goldberg), but he turned out to be just an ordinary, albeit ethical, good guy. […]Read On »

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THE UNICORN: Creators Bill Martin and Mike Schiff on new Walton Goggins series – Exclusive Interview

Walton Goggins in THE UNICORN | ©2019 CBS/Monty Brinton

THE UNICORN, the half-hour comedy premiering on CBS Thursday, September 26, stars Walton Goggins as the title character, Wade Felton. It should be noted that there is nothing magical, or equine, about Wade. However, he is still a rare creature: a devoted family man, raising two young daughters, who is romantically available after a year of mourning the death of his wife Jill. Wade’s friends, one couple portrayed by Rob Corddry and Michaela Watkins, the other couple played by Omar Benson Miller and Maya Lynne Robinson, are determined to help Wade – who has not been on a date since […]Read On »

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THE KOMINSKY METHOD: Creator Chuck Lorre on Season 1 and the end of THE BIG BANG THEORY – Interview

THE KOMINSKY METHOD - Season 1 | ©2019 Netflix

THE KOMINSKY METHOD is an uncharacteristic creation for writer/executive producer Chuck Lorre. Lorre is known for the CBS comedy hits he created or co-created, including the long-running TWO AND A HALF MEN, MIKE & MOLLY, the continuing MOM, the just-concluded twelve seasons of THE BIG BANG THEORY and that show’s prequel spinoff, the renewed YOUNG SHELDON. THE KOMINSKY METHOD, now in its first season on Netflix and in production on its second, has its share of humor. However, it deals seriously with issues of aging, failing health and death. Michael Douglas (who won a Golden Globe for his work in […]Read On »

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THE BIG BANG THEORY: Co-creator Bill Prady on the series finale and more – Interview

Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch in THE BIG BANG THEORY - Season 12 | ©2019 CBS/Nino Muñoz

On February 7, 2019, THE BIG BANG THEORY became only the fifth production ever to have a soundstage renamed for it on the Warner Brothers lot. This is to memorialize the fact that the CBS hit, now on Thursday nights, has shot on the former Stage 25 for twelve years and almost 300 episodes. THE BIG BANG THEORY follows the doings of four young, idiosyncratic scientists – Leonard (Johnny Galecki), Sheldon (Jim Parsons), Wolowitz (Simon Helberg), and Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar) – as well as the women in their lives, Penny (Kaley Cuoco), Amy (Mayim Bialik), and Bernadette (Melissa Rauch). It […]Read On »

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THE RED LINE: Co-creator Caitlin Parrish chats about new drama – Exclusive Interview

THE RED LINE - Season 1 Key Art | ©2019 CBS

CBS’s new miniseries THE RED LINE has its two-hour premiere on Sunday, April 28. Based on the play A TWIST OF WATER, written by Caitlin Parrish and directed by her frequent collaborator Erica Weiss, THE RED LINE explores three Chicago families in the wake of a tragedy. Noah Wyle plays Daniel Calder, a white high-school teacher whose life is upended when his husband, black doctor Harrison Brennan (Corey Reynolds), is mistakenly shot to death by white police officer Paul Evans (Noel Fisher). In the wake of her father’s death, Daniel and Harrison’s adolescent daughter Jira (Aliyah Royale) is determined to […]Read On »

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THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Cedric the Entertainer chats about his new CBS comedy series – Interview

Cedric the Entertainer plays Calvin Butler in THE NEIGHBORHOOD - Season 1 | ©2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc.

The title of CBS’s half-hour comedy THE NEIGHBORHOOD, now in its first season on Monday nights and renewed for a second, refers to a historic African-American enclave in Los Angeles. Cedric the Entertainer, one of THE NEIGHBORHOOD’s executive producers, plays Calvin, a patriarch who takes pride in his family (wife Tina is played by Tichina Arnold, their sons are played by Sheaun McKinney and Marcel Spears), his neighborhood, and his social standing. When a white family (played by Max Greenfield, Beth Behrs, and Hank Greenspan) moves in next door, Calvin is taken aback by this change in the population. He […]Read On »

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SEAL TEAM: Executive Producers Sarah Timberman and Ed Redlich talk Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

Jessica Paré, AJ Buckley, David Boreanaz, Neil Brown Jr., Toni Trucks, and Max Thieriot in SEAL TEAM - Season 1 |©2017 CBS/Eric Ray Davidson

CBS’s Wednesday-night drama SEAL TEAM, now in its second season, follows a (fictional) U.S. Navy SEAL Team Six unit, headed up by Jason Hayes (David Boreanaz), as they respond to crises around the world. Sarah Timberman and Ed Redlich are both executive producers on the series about the elite military team; Redlich has also written two episodes. The pair are also married to one another. Standing on near the set for the interior of the SEAL Team airplane, Timberman and Redlich talk about the production company’s efforts to make SEAL TEAM as realistic as possible. ASSIGNMENT X: Can you talk […]Read On »

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GOD FRIENDED ME: Javicia Leslie discusses new CBS dramedy – Exclusive Interview

Javicia Leslie in GOD FRIENDED ME - Season 1 | ©2018 Warner Bros. Entertainment / Jeff Riedell

In CBS’s Sunday night freshman dramedy GOD FRIENDED ME, atheist Miles Finer (Brandon Micheal Hall) is friended on social media by someone claiming to be the Almighty. The new friend makes suggestions to the skeptical Miles on who else to befriend and how to help people. Miles’s loving sister Ali is played by Javicia Leslie. Ali is a psychotherapist and a lesbian. The latter is challenging to the siblings’ father, Pastor Arthur Finer (Joe Morton), who likewise has trouble dealing with Miles’s beliefs. Leslie was born in Germany and raised in Maryland. Her credits include regular roles on HELLO CUPID […]Read On »

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GOD FRIENDED ME: Actor Joe Morton discusses Arthur’s motivations – interview

Joe Morton as Father Finer in GOD FRIENDED ME | © 2018 David Giesbrecht/CBS

In CBS’s freshman Sunday night comedy/drama GOD FRIENDED ME, someone claiming to be the Almighty friends New York resident Miles Finer (Brandon Micheal Hall). Miles is an atheist, so he doesn’t believe the account belongs to God, but he can’t deny that whoever it is makes some very helpful suggestions about what Miles should be doing. Miles’ belief system and the sexuality of Miles’ sister Ali (Javicia Leslie) are both challenges for their very traditional father, Reverend Arthur Finer, played by native New Yorker Joe Morton. Morton has just come off six years in his Emmy-winning role on SCANDAL as […]Read On »

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MAGNUM P.I.: Actor Zachary Knighton talks being Rick in the new series – exclusive interview

Zachary Knighton as Orville of the CBS drama MAGNUM PI | © 2018 Karen Neal/CBS

The original MAGNUM P.I., about a private investigator (played by Tom Selleck) in Hawaii, ran for eight seasons on CBS, 1980 through 1988. CBS has had a lot of success rebooting two other successful older series, HAWAII FIVE-0 and MacGYVER, both co-developed and executive produced by Peter M. Lenkov. It therefore seemed natural for the network to tap Lenkov to co-develop and executive producer a new edition of MAGNUM P.I.  In the update of MAGNUM P.I., the title hero is now an Afghanistan war veteran played by Jay Hernandez. However, some things are the same: Magnum is still living in […]Read On »

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