ONE DAY AT A TIME: Actor Stephen Tobolowsky on Season 4 – Exclusive Interview – Part 1

ONE DAY AT A TIME Season 4 Key Art | ©2020 Pop TV

ONE DAY AT A TIME, like many other series, found itself stymied by the industry-wide shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, its makes have come up with a midseason solution: on Tuesday, June 16, Pop TV will air an animated episode of the usually live-action comedy. Created by Gloria Calderon Kellett & Mike Royce, the new ONE DAY AT A TIME premiered on Netflix in 2017, introducing us to the Cuban-American Alvarez family. Justina Machado plays divorced mom Penelope, with two teenagers – daughter Elena, played by Isabella Gomez, and son Alex, played by Marcel Ruiz – at home. […]Read On »

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WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS: Actor Matt Berry on Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

Matt Berry as Laszlo in WHAT WE DO IN SHADOWS - Season 2 | ©2020 FX/Pari Dukovic

WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS, now in its second season on Wednesday nights on FX (and thereafter on FX on Hulu), has been picked up for a third season. The series, developed for television by Jemaine Clement, based on the film of the same name that he wrote with Taika Waititi, deals with a houseful of vampires un-living together on Staten Island. Matt Berry plays the vampire Laszlo, who has been married for several hundred years now to his maker Nadja, portrayed by Natasia Demetriou. The couple are joint tenants with Nandor the Relentless (Kayvan Novak), who was a […]Read On »

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ALMOST PARADISE: Actor Christian Kane gives the scoop on the LEVERAGE 2.0 reboot – Exclusive Interview

LEVERAGE THE FIFTH SEASON | (c) 2013 Fox Home Entertainment

LEVERAGE originally ran for five seasons, 2008-2012. Dean Devlin executive produced the series, which concerned a group of con artists who teamed up to trick rich and powerful villains into, one way or another, paying what they owed to those who had been wronged. Now it has been announced that LEVERAGE is being revived as LEVERAGE 2.0 by IMDB TV (a subsidiary of Amazon) as one of that streaming network’s first original scripted series. Devlin is once again executive producing through his Electric Entertainment studio, and original cast members Gina Bellman (actress Sophie Devereaux), Christian Kane (fighter Eliot Spencer), and Beth […]Read On »

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ALMOST PARADISE: Dean Devlin talks Season 1 finale, the ELECTRIC NOW app, and the scoop on LEVERAGE 2.0 – Exclusive Interview

ALMOST PARADISE - Season 1 Key Art | ©2020 Electric Entertainment/WGN America

With ALMOST PARADISE concluding its season finale tonight on WGN America, co-creator and executive producer Dean Devlin gives us the scoop on the series featuring Christian Kane as an ex-DEA agent still finding trouble while trying to retire in the Philippines. Devlin also discusses the Electric Now app which also streams ALMOST PARADISE and Electric Entertainment’s previous series LEVERAGE, THE OUTPOST, THE LIBRARIANS. He also offers up details on the new LEVERAGE 2.0 series currently in the works. ASSIGNMENT X: What do you have in store for the ALMOST PARADISE season finale? DEAN DEVLIN: There have been many story lines […]Read On »

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QUIZ: Creator James Graham and actress Sian Clifford on new fact-based mini-series – Exclusive Interview

QUIZ - Season 1 - Key Art | ©2020 AMC

QUIZ, the three-part miniseries debuting on American TV on AMC Sunday, May 31, is based on a real incident. In 2001 England, Charles Ingram won the million-pound jackpot on the ITV quiz show WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE. There was an ensuing scandal that resulted in Ingram, his wife Diana and her brother Adrian Pollock, all being brought up on criminal charges for “procuring the execution of a valuable security by deception,” i.e., winning by cheating. James Graham, who had previously done a play on the subject, wrote and is an executive producer on QUIZ. The miniseries explores not […]Read On »

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PENNY DREADFUL: CITY OF ANGELS: Adam Rodriguez on new series and the end of CRIMINAL MINDS – Part 2 – Exclusive Interview

Adam Rodriguez as Raul Vega in PENNY DREADFUL: CITY OF ANGELS - Season 1 - "Santa Muerte" |©2020 Showtime/Justin Lubin

In Part 2 of our exclusive interview with actor Adam Rodriguez, he talks more about his role as Raul Vega on Showtime’s Sunday-night supernatural drama PENNY DREADFUL: CITY OF ANGELS, which is set in 1938. Rodriguez also talks about the end of CRIMINAL MINDS, where he was a series regular for the final three seasons of its fifteen-season run, and guest-starring on an episode of ONE DAY AT A TIME. ASSIGNMENT X: Do you do anything different to play somebody who’s in the ‘30s? Is there a different attitude, or a different way you carry yourself? ADAM RODRIGUEZ: Yes, absolutely. […]Read On »

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PENNY DREADFUL: CITY OF ANGELS: Actor Adam Rodriguez on Season 1 – Part 1 – Exclusive Interview

Adam Rodriguez as Raul Vega in PENNY DREADFUL: CITY OF ANGELS - Season 1 |©2020 Showtime/Jim Fiscus

PENNY DREADFUL: CITY OF ANGELS, now in its first season Sundays on Showtime, is technically a spinoff of the original 2014-2016. Both series were created by John Logan, but where the first PENNY DREADFUL was set in 1890s London and the Old West, dealing with classical monsters, PENNY DREADFUL: CITY OF ANGELS is set in 1938 Los Angeles. There is Santa Muerte (Lorenza Izzo), the Angel of Death from Latin folklore, and her demon sister Magda (Natalie Dormer), who takes on many identities as she tries to inspire people to violence. However, most of the monsters in PENNY DREADFUL: CITY […]Read On »

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MRS. AMERICA: Actress Margo Martindale on new miniseries – Exclusive Interview

Margo Martindale as Bella Abzug in MRS. AMERICA | ©2020 FX/Pari Dukovic

MRS. AMERICA is a nine-episode miniseries, streaming on FX on Hulu, about the battle over the Equal Rights Amendment. Created by Dahvi Waller, MRS. AMERICA is set in the 1970s, when what seemed like a simple constitutional amendment – the ERA guaranteed “equal legal rights for all American citizens, regardless of sex” – was turned into a political flashpoint by far-right activist Phyllis Schlafly, played by Cate Blanchett. Margo Martindale plays real-life Democratic politician Bella Abzug (1920-1998), a U.S. congresswoman for New York who was one of the founders of the National Women’s Political Caucus. Martindale, who was won three […]Read On »

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ALMOST PARADISE: Writer Kerry Glover on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Christian Kane in ALMOST PARADISE - Season 1 | ©2020 Electric Entertainment/WGN America

ALMOST PARADISE, Monday nights on WGN America and thereafter available on Amazon, is the first American-made TV series to be shot entirely in the Philippines. Created by Dean Devlin and Gary Rosen, the series stars Christian Kane as former U.S. DEA agent Alex Walker. Alex has moved to the island of Cebu in search of a peaceful retirement, but his crime-stopping instincts keep involving him with the local police department, primarily detectives Kai Mendoza (Samantha Richelle) and Ernesto Alamares (Arthur Acun͂a). Kerry Glover scripted the ALMOST PARADISE episode “Unbecalming,” where the police station is taken over by criminals at the […]Read On »

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BARKSKINS: Creator Elwood Reid on adapting Annie Proulx’s historical novel – Exclusive Interview

BARSKINS - Key Art | ©2020 National Geographic

BARKSKINS, the series premiering Monday, May 25, on National Geographic, is based on a small section of Annie Proulx’s sprawling 2016 novel. Executive producer Elwood Reid, who adapted BARKSKINS for television and wrote all eight of the episodes, begins in 1670s New France, the territory that will become modern-day Quebec, Canada. “Barkskins” is a term for indentured servants who are working for their freedom. In the series, these include determined Sel (Christian Cooke) and homesick Duquet (James Bloor), whose services are purchased by eccentric homesteader Trepagny (David Thewlis). The area is contested by the French government, the English Hudson Bay […]Read On »

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