POWER: Creator Courtney Kemp Agboh on Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

Lela Loren and Omari Hardwick in POWER - Season 2 | ©2015 Starz/Myles Aronowitz

Courtney Kemp Agboh is the creator and show runner of POWER, now in its second season Saturdays at 9 PM on Starz. In the drama, Omari Hardwick stars as James “Ghost” St. Patrick, a successful New York nightclub owner who has built his legit business with the proceeds from the drug trade. His already complicated world has grown a good deal more dangerous with threats from within his own organization and his attraction to an old girlfriend (Lela Loren) who is now a federal prosecutor. Agboh (whose previous credits include ELI STONE, MY OWN WORST ENEMY, HAPPY TOWN, THE GOOD […]Read On »

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ARROW and FLASH showrunner Marc Guggenheim gives midseason scoop – interview

Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen in ARROW | © 2015 Cate Cameron/The CW

Marc Guggenheim, an executive producer/show runner on the CW’s ARROW, Wednesdays at 9 PM, and its spin-off THE FLASH, Tuesdays at 8 PM, is very happy. Not only have both series been picked up for next season – it will be ARROW’s fourth and THE FLASH’s second – but the network has put together an impressive display of costumes from both D.C. Comics-derived series for the Television Critics Association. THE FLASH, a DC Comics title, was born for television in the generation within episodes of ARROW (itself derived from DC Comics’ GREEN ARROW), introducing super-fast Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) to […]Read On »

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THE FLASH Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg on the new DC TV series adaptation – Interview

Grant Gustin in THE FLASH - Season 1 | ©2014 The CW/Jack Rowand

DC Comics is doing very well on television right now, with ARROW entering its third season on The CW, and two new series, Fox’s GOTHAM and The CW’s THE FLASH, launching this fall. THE FLASH, which premieres Tuesday, October 7 at 8 PM, takes its title from the alter ego of upbeat young police forensics investigator Barry Allen, played by Grant Gustin. Thanks to an event that may be extraterrestrial, mad science or both, Barry finds that he can run at superhero speed. Gustin’s version of the character first showed up last season on several episodes ARROW; in the opening […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: PARENTHOOD star Sam Jaeger on Season 3 and writing Children’s books

Sam Jaeger is Joel Graham in PARENTHOOD - Season 2 | ©2012 NBC Universal/ Mitchell Haaseth

PARENTHOOD began life as a feature film comedy/drama about a large family. It was adapted into a half-hour television series that ran for twelve episodes in 1990-1991. However, the premise seemed so solid that it was revived as an hour-long drama on NBC in 2010. It is now nearing the end of its third season, Tuesdays at 10 PM. Sam Jaeger plays Joel Graham, who is married to Erika Christensen’s character Julia, youngest daughter of the large Braverman clan. This year, Joel and Julia, who already have a little girl together, have attempted to adopt the baby of a pregnant […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Kevin Williamson opens up THE SECRET CIRCLE

Louis Hunter, Shelley Hennig, Phoebe Jane Tonkin, Thomas Dekker, Britt Robertson and Jessica Parker Kennedy in THE SECRET CIRCLE - Season 1 - "Pilot" | ©2011 The CW Network/Frank Ockenfels III

The CW has a new series based on a series of books by novelist L.J. Smith and produced/show-run by Kevin Williamson, about secret supernatural goings-on in a small town. No, it’s not THE VAMPIRE DIARIES (which has all of those attributes, except newness, as it’s going into Season Three) – it’s THE SECRET CIRCLE. Brittany Robertson plays Cassie Blake, a young woman who is forced by tragedy to move back to her family’s home town, where she discovers that she and many of her new neighbors are witches, able to tap into innate magical powers. Thomas Dekker (TERMINATOR: THE SARAH […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: LIFE UNEXPECTED actor Kerr Smith grows up

Kerr Smith in LIFE UNEXPECTED - Season 2 | © 2010 The CW/Richard Phibbs

On CW’s LIFE UNEXPECTED, now wrapping out its second and (most likely) final season on Tuesdays, former high school sweethearts Cate (Shiri Appleby) and Nate (Kristoffer Polaha) are brought back together when their now sixteen-year-old daughter Lux (Brittany Robertson) – given up for adoption by Cate at birth – comes back into their lives. Cate’s now-husband Ryan, played by Kerr Smith, does his best to be the grown-up in the situation, since Lux is chronologically a teenager and Cate and Nate both still sometimes act like they are. Smith spoke with ASSIGNMENT X about playing it relatively straight on the […]Read On »

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TV Review: DEXTER – SEASON 5 – “Hop a Freighter”

Michael C. Hall in DEXTER - Season 5 | © 2010 Showtime

In “Hop a Freighter,” things come to a head, with Dexter (Michael C. Hall) discovering the surveillance equipment ex-cop Liddy (Peter Weller) has planted in his apartment. Wrongly believing the spy cameras were planted by Deb’s (Jennifer Carpenter) current partner/love interest Quinn (Desmond Harrington), Dexter tries to catch him in the act. Instead, Liddy catches Dexter, but of course Liddy seriously underestimates the table-turning abilities of our guy.

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