SIREN: Actress Rena Owen on SIREN and THE GLOAMING – Exclusive Interview – Part 2

Rena Owen as Helen in SIREN | ©2018 Freeform

In Part 2 of our exclusive interview with actress Rena Owen, she talks more about her part-mermaid character Helen Hawkins on Freeform’s drama SIREN, now in its third season on Thursday nights. Thereafter streaming on Freeform on Hulu. Owen also talks her upcoming Hulu miniseries THE GLOAMING and her background. ASSIGNMENT X: What would you say is the core of Helen’s character? RENA OWEN: It’s a complex one, because she’s had to live her life in secret. That was the thing that I found very attractive about her, or attracted me to her, in the pilot, in Season 1. And […]Read On »

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SIREN: Actress Rena Owen on SIREN – Season 3 – Exclusive Interview – Part 1

Rena Owen as Helen in SIREN | ©2018 Freeform/Vu Ong

As SIREN continues its third season, Thursdays on Freeform (followed by streaming on Freeform on Hulu), the mermaid clan led by Ryn (Eline Powell) is facing war with the mermaids led by newcomer Tia (Tiffany Lonsdale). Ryn’s baby has been born to a human surrogate after a difficult delivery, and locals are getting ever more suspicious about the strange deaths in Bristol Bay. Rena Owen plays lifelong Bristol Bay resident Helen Hawkins, a gift shop owner who is secretly one-eighth mermaid. She endeavors to help Ryn and all of mer-kind while trying to figure out why she is being visited […]Read On »

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MOTHERLAND: FORT SALEM: actress Amalia Holm on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Amalia Holm as Scylla in MOTHERLAND: FORT SALEM | ©2020 Freeform/Frank Ockenfels

MOTHERLAND: FORT SALEM, in its first season Wednesdays on Freeform (thereafter available on demand and on Hulu), takes place in an alternate version of our world. In MOTHERLAND, created by Eliot Laurence, witches are not only real but are the main military force of countries across the world. Most witches are women. In the U.S., those who have powers are sent to study warcraft at the military academy Fort Salem. In MOTHERLAND, the enemy of most of the world’s governments is the Spree, a terrorist organization seeking to overthrow the ruling order by any means necessary. In the opening episode, […]Read On »

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MOTHERLAND: FORT SALEM: Creator Eliot Laurence and EP Kevin Messick on new witchcraft series – Exclusive Interview

Amalia Holm as Scylla, Jessica Sutton as Tally Craven, Taylor Hickson as Raelle Collar, Ashley Nicole Williams as Abigail Bellweather, Demetria McKinney as Anacostia, and Lyne Renee as General Sara Alder in MOTHERLAND: FORT SALEM | ©2020 Freeform/Frank Ockenfels

In Freeform’s MOTHERLAND: FORT SALEM, premiering Wednesday March 18, history is different. At the Salem witch trials, the witches – real magic users – made a deal with the authorities to fight for their causes in exchange for freedom. In the present, witches are the main branch of the U.S. armed forces (the same is true of other nations). Those born with magical abilities, overwhelmingly women, are conscripted when the come of age and sent to military schools like Fort Salem to learn how to weaponize their supernatural gifts. Those who do well go on to military college; those who […]Read On »

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EVERYTHING’S GONNA BE OKAY: Creator and star Josh Thomas on his quirky new comedy series – Interview

EVERYTHING'S GONNA TO BE OKAY Season 1 Key Art | ©2019 Freeform

In Freeform’s new unconventional comedy series EVERYTHING’S GONNA BE OKAY, airing Thursdays and then available On Demand and on Hulu, a family reconfigures in a surprising way. Nicholas, played by series creator Josh Thomas, is in California visiting his dad (Christopher May) and two teenage half-sisters, Matilda (Kayla Cromer) and Genevieve (Maeve Press). It turns out that Dad is dying, but only now revealing it to his stunned offspring. More, he wants Nicholas to stay and be the guardian for the minor siblings. This would be challenging in any case, but Matilda is autistic, which adds a new wrinkle. Thomas […]Read On »

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PARTY OF FIVE: Co-creator Amy Lippman and co-executive producer Gabriel Llanas on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Niko Guardado as Beto Acosta, Brandon Larracuente as Emilio Acosta, Elle Paris Legaspi as Valentina Acosta, and Emily Tosta as Lucia Acosta in PARTY OF FIVE - Season 1 | ©2019 Freeform/Vu Ong

The original PARTY OF FIVE ran for six seasons, 1994 through 2000, on the Fox Network. Created by Christopher Keyser & Amy Lippman, the series about the five suddenly orphaned young Salinger siblings making their way through the world launched the careers of leads Neve Campbell, Lacey Chabert, Matthew Fox, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Scott Wolf. Now, twenty-five years after the first version launched and two decades after it ended, Lippman & Keyser have reinvented PARTY OF FIVE. Instead of the white Salinger clan, we now have the Latinx-American Acosta family: eldest Emilio (Brandon Larracuente), twins Lucia (Emily Tosta) and […]Read On »

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BEYOND: Tim Kring talks about new series and the end of HEROES REBORN – Exclusive Interview

Burkely Duffield in BEYOND - Season 1 | ©2016 Freeform/Nino Munoz

BEYOND is a new series on Freeform. Burkely Duffield plays Holden, who lapses into a coma at fourteen and wakes ten years later. Not only does he have to contend with a world that has changed dramatically, but Holden has a definitely sense that he was in a real and “other” place while he was gone that has an effect on his present life. BEYOND premieres on Freeform tonight. The network is making the entire ten-episode first season available at the same time on the Freeform app, Freeform.com, Freeform on Demand and Hulu. Tim Kring, one of BEYOND’s executive producers […]Read On »

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