Exclusive Interview: Director Jeff Greenstein on HUSBANDS THE SERIES Season 3

Sean Hemeon and Brad "Cheeks" Bell in HUSBANDS THE SERIES | ©2013 The CW

HUSBANDS THE SERIES began life in 2011 as eleven two-minute episodes for the Internet, chronicling the early days of the marriage between performer Cheeks (Brad “Cheeks” Bell) and star baseball player Brady (Sean Hemeon). Created by Bell and Jane Espenson and directed by Jeff Greenstein, HUSBANDS promptly became a phenomenon. When a Kickstarter campaign was launched in 2012 to fund a second season, the goal was surpassed so quickly that the production was able to become more elaborate. Now Season 3 and 3.5 are here. CWSeed.com is running HUSBANDS, which is available worldwide. HUSBANDS fans have launched the website husbandstvnow.com […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: MISTRESSES star Rochelle Aytes on Season 1

Rochelle Aytes in MISTRESSES - Season 1 | ©2013 ABC/Bob D'Amico

In the first-season finale of MISTRESSES, on ABC Monday September 9 at 9 PM, Rochelle Aytes’ character April Malloy must choose between her husband and her boyfriend, though that’s far from the only crisis facing her and the other three leading ladies, Alyssa Milano as Savi, Yunjin Kim as Karen and Jes Macallan as Joss. Native New Yorker Aytes was actually in another MISTRESSES project – a 2009 Lifetime movie that costarred Milano’s CHARMED colleague Holly Marie Combs – along with being a regular or frequently recurring character on DRIVE, THE FORGOTTEN, DETROIT 1-8-7 and DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES; her feature credits […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly on WAREHOUSE 13 Season 4 – Part 1

Joanne Kelly and Eddie McClintock in WAREHOUSE 13 - Season 4 - "We All Fall Down" | ©2013 Syfy/Steve Wilkie

WAREHOUSE 13 returns Monday April 29 at 10 PM for the second half of its fourth season. The title location is the thirteenth warehouse, a repository of artifacts with hidden powers, many of which could cause an apocalypse in the hands of the wrong person. Case in point: the innocuous-looking flower that has unleashed a worldwide pandemic that will start killing people within the day unless our heroes can find another artifact to stop the plague. The current warehouse falls under the purview of the U.S. Secret Service. Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly star, respectively, as Warehouse Agents Pete Lattimer […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Nothing Grosses Out BODY OF PROOF star Dana Delany

Dana Delany on BODY OF PROOF | (c) 2013 ABC/MICHAEL DESMOND

BODY OF PROOF is back for its third season on ABC, Tuesdays at 10 PM, with a few revisions. Dana Delany still stars as Dr. Megan Hunt and she’s still working in the medical examiner’s office and struggling with being the single mother of teen daughter Lacey (Mary Mouser). This season, however, Megan and her boss Kate (Jeri Ryan) are working with a new pair of police detectives, played by Mark Valley (who previously costarred with Delany on PASADENA) and Elyes Gabel, and the crime-solving procedural aspects are heightened. Delany is no stranger to playing medical professionals. She spent four seasons as […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Linda Gray revisits DALLAS for another go-around as Sue Ellen

Linda Gray in DALLAS - Season 1 | ©2012 TNT/Mark Seliger

Sue Ellen Ewing is one of television’s great survivor characters. Let’s face it, to make it through eleven seasons of DALLAS, which ran on CBS from 1978 through 1991, plus two telefilms (1996’s DALLAS: J.R. RETURNS and 1998’s DALLAS: WAR OF THE EWINGS), to say nothing of marriage to Larry Hagman’s infamous J.R. Ewing, there’s nothing else she could be. Linda Gray, the actress who so indelibly played Sue Ellen, now finds herself returning to the role yet again in TNT’s revival/continuation of DALLAS, which premieres tonight. In the new edition, developed by executive producers Cynthia Cidre and Michael Robin, […]Read On »

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Interview: DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES creator Marc Cherry talks series finale and eight years on Wisteria Lane

Marcia Cross, Teri Hatcher, Eva Longira, Felicity Huffman in DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES - Season 8 - "Finishing the Hat" - Series Finale | ©2012 ABC/Ron Tom

After eight seasons, ABC’s drama-with-comedy DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES concludes its run tonight, Sunday May 13, with a special two-hour episode that begins at 9 PM. Marc Cherry, the show’s creator and executive producer, talks about various aspects of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES over the years, as well as how long he’s known how it would end and what to look for in the final episode. ASSIGNMENT X: The friendships between the women of Wisteria Lane are deep but tend to be very conflicted … MARC CHERRY: One of the things that I learned on THE GOLDEN GIRLS is you want your ensemble of […]Read On »

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Interview: Eva Longoria on the end of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES

Eva Longoria in the upcoming episode of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES entitled "Lost My Power" | © 2012 ABC/Danny Feld

Eva Longoria shot to fame in the first year of what’s turned out to be her eight-season run as well-to-do Gabrielle Solis on ABC’s DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, which airs Sundays at 9 PM. The Texas-born Longoria, who has a Bachelor’s degree in science from A&M University, has a healthy film career outside of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES – she’s in four features scheduled for release, including FOR GREATER GLORY with Peter O’Toole and Andy Garcia, THE BAYTOWN DISCO with VAMPIRE DIARIES’ Paul Wesley, THE TRUTH with Forest Whitaker and LONG TIME GONE – she also wrote a cookbook with Marah Slets entitled EVA’S […]Read On »

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Interview: Marcia Cross chats about the end of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES

Marcia Cross in DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES - Season 8 | ©2012 ABC/Matthew Rolston

If a take on the set of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES is interrupted by a ringing cell phone, you may be sure that the offending sound will not be the fault of actress Marcia Cross. Not that she won’t pick up – you just won’t hear it first. “Mine’s on silent and I answer it,” the actress laughs. “It doesn’t have time to ring.” This may be because in real life, Cross is the mother of two young children and, like most working parents, wants to be no more than a phone call away should they need her. Cross, a native of […]Read On »

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TCA News: Creator says DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES feature film will not happen after the show ends

Vanessa Williams, Marcia Cross, Felicity Huffman, Teri Hatcher and Eva Longoria in DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES - Season 8 | ©2012 ABC/Matthew Rolston

At today’s ABC TCA session for the eighth and final season of the hit series DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, creator Marc Cherry says that there will be no DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES feature film in offing after the show ends its run unlike what happened with SEX AND THE CITY after it ended its HBO run. “SEX IN THE CITY did something like 69 episodes and I always thought the advantage for them was they hadn’t plumed the depths of those characters,” says Cherry. “After eight years [on DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES], I think we’re done and I’m happy about it. I feel very satisfied with […]Read On »

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Exclusive Set Visit: Set visit to HUSBANDS THE SERIES – Part 2

Sean Hemeon and Cheeks in HUSBANDS

With over 100,000 viewers just two weeks into its run, HUSBANDS THE SERIES is a Web hit. Executive-produced by Jane Espenson and written by Espenson and Brad Bell, who stars in the production under his performing and character name Cheeks, HUSBANDS is a comedy about two gay men, played by Cheeks and Sean Hemeon, who marry each other while drunk and then decide to try to make the marriage work. The show consists of eleven approximately two-minute episodes that can be viewed on husbandstheseries.com. On one of the HUSBANDS’ sets, Espenson, Bell, Hemeon, director Jeff Greenstein (an executive producer/writer/director on […]Read On »

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