CRIMINAL MINDS: Paget Brewster on Season 12 and her return to MINDS – Exclusive Interview

Paget Brewster at the 2011 PaleyFest Fall TV Preview presents Criminal Minds | ©2011 Sue Schneider

CRIMINAL MINDS is now in its twelfth season, Wednesday nights on CBS. Paget Brewster has had a unique relationship with the series, which concerns the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU). Brewster was brought in to play Special Agent Emily Prentiss in Season 2 when Lola Glaudini, playing Special Agent Elle Greenaway, departed CRIMINAL MINDS. Mandy Patinkin left suddenly at start of Season 3, and Thomas Gibson’s character Aaron Hotchner was promoted to unit chief, with Joe Mantegna coming in as experienced profiler David Rossi. Brewster was with CRIMINAL MINDS through its sixth season, when she and A.J. Cook, who plays […]Read On »

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ANOTHER PERIOD star Paget Brewster talks the new Comedy Central series- exclusive interview

Paget Brewster stars as Dodo Bellacourt in ANOTHER PERIOD | © 2015 Robyn Von Swank

Actress Paget Brewster is known to procedural TV viewers for her near-decade as extremely serious FBI Special Agent Emily Prentiss on CRIMINAL MINDS. However, the Massachusetts native has a passion for comedy. Brewster is currently one of the leads in Comedy Central’s new half-hour ANOTHER PERIOD, Tuesdays at 10:30 PM. She’s also part of the Season 6 cast of COMMUNITY, which streams on Yahoo, and stars in Fox’s upcoming John Stamos comedy GRANDFATHERED. ANOTHER PERIOD, created by its producers/stars Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome, follows the lives of the super-wealthy Bellacourt family in 1902 Rhode Island. Brewster plays the family […]Read On »

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TV Review: SOUTH PARK – Season 18 – “The Cissy”

Cartman calls Stan a Cissy in SOUTH PARK - Season 18 - "The Cissy" | ©2014 Comedy Central

Voices: Trey Parker, Matt Stone Writer-Director: Trey Parker Original Telecast: October 9, 2014 Network: Comedy Central, airs Wednesdays As I suspected last week, SOUTH PARK is experimenting with something they haven’t done before (except for their clear cut multi-parters) – they are establishing continuity throughout Season 18. Usually, the show is very willy nilly when it comes to its weekly scenarios. Something happens one week, next week continuity has completely changed and it’s a whole other story with little reference to what has come before. However, this year, it’s all changed. The Season Premiere ramifications led into “Gluten Free Ebola” […]Read On »

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TV Review: SOUTH PARK – Season 18 – “Gluten Free Ebola”

Randy Marsh and Mr. Garrison in SOUTH PARK - Season 18 - "Gluten Free Ebola" | ©2014 Comedy Central

Voices: Trey Parker, Matt Stone Writer-Director: Trey Parker Original Telecast: October 1, 2014 Network: Comedy Central, airs Wednesdays SOUTH PARK has a long history of having on and off weeks. Some times it’s just a matter of opinion – one person’s dislike is another person’s like. So while I absolutely loved the Season 18 debut “Go Fund Yourself,” I wasn’t too fond of this week’s uneven follow-up “Gluten Free Ebola.” While there was an occasional chuckle (the sight gag of a penis exploding out of someone’s pants and flying in the air because of eating Gluten was by far the […]Read On »

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TV Review: SOUTH PARK – Season 18 – “Go Fund Yourself” – Season Premiere

Kenny and Butters in SOUTH PARK - Season 18 - "Go Fund Yourself" | ©2014 Comedy Central

Stars (Voices): Trey Parker, Matt Stone Writer-Director: Trey Parker Original Telecast: September 24, 2014 Network: Comedy Central, airs Wednesdays It’s been a very long wait, but SOUTH PARK is back for Season 18 and boy were Trey Parker and Matt Stone sorely needed. Their wit and knack for social satire is hard to live without for almost a full year (the series used get be split into two-seven episode seasons – one in the Spring, one in the Fall), but now it’s all in one big chunk and only ten episodes. However, when they hit it out of the so-called […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Paul Scheer on THE LEAGUE Season 5

Adam Brody and Paul Scheer in THE LEAGUE - Season 5 - "The Bachelor Draft" | ©2013 FXX/Matthais Clamer

For its first four seasons, THE LEAGUE, the half-hour comedy created by Jackie and Jeff Schaffer, was a staple for FX Network. Now FX is moving THE LEAGUE to its new outlet FXX for the show’s fifth season, which debuted Wednesday September 4 at 10:30 PM, following fellow FX transfer IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA, which is now on FXX Wednesdays at 10 PM. Asked about the move, Paul Scheer, who plays THE LEAGUE’s much-bullied Andre, quips, “I was just happy that FXX isn’t a p**n channel. For a little bit, I was confused we’d be there.” Scheer, a native […]Read On »

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TV Review: FUTURAMA – Season 7 – “Meanwhile” – Series Finale

Leela and Fry in FUTURAMA - Season 7 - "Meanwhile" | ©2013 Futurama TM and ©2013Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. All Rights Reserved

Stars (voices): Billy West, Katey Sagal, John Di Maggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Phil LaMarr, Lauren Tom, Dave Herman Writer: Ken Keeler Director: Peter Avanzino Network: Comedy Central, Wednesday nights Airdate: September 4, 2013 How many times do we have to say goodbye to FUTURAMA. The former Fox series continues to defy the odds, first coming back as a series of direct-to-DVD movies and then for a four year, two season run on Comedy Central. The Comedy Central series finale “Meanwhile” is classic FUTURAMA and once again wraps things up by focusing on the core relationship of the futuristic series […]Read On »

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Interview: Katey Sagal on the series finale of FUTURAMA

The series finale of FUTURAMA - Season 7 | ©2013 Futurama TM and ©2013 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. All Rights Reserved

The half-hour animated comedy FUTURAMA created by Matt Groening and developed with David X. Cohen has had a lot of starts and stops, with a seven-season run that began in 1999 and apparently is ending tonight, Wednesday, September 4, on Comedy Central. On this occasion, actress Katey Sagal, who voices Leela on FUTURAMA, has some words about the series. She’s at the Television Critics Association press tour to talk about FX’s SONS OF ANARCHY (Season 6 premieres Tuesday, September 11), is also open to discussing what may – or may not – be FUTURAMA’s final bow. ASSIGNMENT X: Are you […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Katey Sagal talks SONS OF ANARCHY and FUTURAMA

Katey Sagal in SONS OF ANARCHY - Season 5 | ©2012 FX/James Minchin III

In SONS OF ANARCHY, now in its fifth season on FX on Tuesdays at 10 PM, nobody has it easy. In creator/executive producer Kurt Sutter’s drama about the members of a motorcycle gang and its members, characters have been beaten, raped, robbed, stabbed, shot, betrayed and murdered. However, arguably nobody still living has been put through more than Katey Sagal’s character Gemma Teller Morrow. Gemma has survived the death of her first husband, only to learn that her second, Clay Morrow (Ron Perlman), was responsible for the crime and then beat the hell out of her, but now wants her […]Read On »

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TV Review: FUTURAMA – Season 7 – “The Six Million Dollar Mon”

Zoidberg misses Hermes in FUTURAMA - Season 7 - "The Six Million Dollar Mon" | ©2012 Futurama TM and ©2012 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. All Rights Reserved

Stars (voices): Billy West, Katey Sagal, John Di Maggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Phil LaMarr, Lauren Tom, Dave Herman Writer: Ken Keeler Director: Peter Avanzino Network: Comedy Central, Wednesday nights Airdate: July 25, 2012 Hermes gets an episode all to his own with “The Six Million Dollar Mon”, an incredibly deranged and incredibly weird episode of FUTURAMA that results in some pretty oddball subplots. Being Planet Express’s efficiency expert, Hermes does a staff evaluation saying he’s going to fire the most useless person on staff. What he discovers is that he should be the one that’s fired. After his firing, […]Read On »

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