CLIPPED: Executive producer Nina Jacobson and actress Cleopatra Coleman on new Clippers basketball miniseries – Exclusive Interview

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Based on the ESPN 30 FOR 30 documentary podcast THE STERLING AFFAIRS, the six-part miniseries CLIPPED chronicles the 2013-2014 debacle surrounding the Clippers basketball team. This resulted in the Clippers’ then-owner being banned for life from the NBA. The first two episodes premiere on FX on Hulu on Tuesday, June 4, with subsequent episodes dropping on consecutive Tuesdays. Adapted for Hulu by Gina Welch, CLIPPED follows what happened when racist, adulterous, erratic realty mogul/lawyer/then-Clippers owner Donald Sterling (Ed O’Neill) hired Doc Rivers (Laurence Fishburne) to coach the team. At the same time, Sterling’s wife Shelly (Jacki Weaver) develops a rivalry […]Read On »


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SHOGUN: Co-creator Rachel Kondo discusses new mini-series – Exclusive Interview

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The miniseries SHŌGUN, now running Tuesday nights on FX and available for streaming on Hulu, is the second adaptation of James Clavell’s epic 1975 bestseller. The first adaptation was an NBC miniseries in 1980. All concern a power struggle in 1600s Japan that comes to involve an English ship’s navigator, who is folded into the retinue of shrewd Lord Toranaga. However, both the NBC edition and the book itself are primarily from the Western point of view. The new version is told more from the Japanese perspective. Executive producers (who are also married to one another) Rachel Kondo & Justin […]Read On »


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SHOGUN: Actor and producer Hiroyuki Sanada on new FX mini-series – Exclusive Interview

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SHŌGUN, FX’s ten-part limited series, premieres Tuesday, February 27, with episodes available the same day on Hulu. Based on James Clavell’s 1975 novel about a power struggle in 1600s Japan that comes to involve an English ship’s navigator, SHŌGUN had previously been adapted as a television miniseries in 1980. However, both that miniseries and the book itself are primarily from the Western point of view. The new version, created for television by executive producers Rachel Kondo & Justin Marks, is told more from the Japanese perspective. To this end, actor Hiroyuki Sanada was brought on board not only to play […]Read On »


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FEUD: CAPOTE VS. THE SWANS: The creators and stars talk about new limited FX series – Interview

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Truman Capote was an author, screenwriter, playwright, and actor probably still most known for his nonfiction bestseller IN COLD BLOOD. The novel itself has been adapted for film, and several films were made about Capote’s writing of the book and the lingering effect it had on him. But Capote is also famous for, among other things, his unfinished novel ANSWERED PRAYERS. Capote had entered a charmed circle of New York society women, whom he collectively called “the Swans.” These women included Jacqueline Onassis’s sister Lee Radziwill and Babe Paley. Capote kept putting off finishing the work, but sold four chapters […]Read On »


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JUSTIFIED: CITY PRIMEVAL: Executive Producers Michael Dinner, Peter Leonard and Chris Provenzano chat new limited series – Exclusive Interview

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The eight-episode limited series JUSTIFIED: CITY PRIMEVAL is a continuation of the adventures of U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens. The character was first created in the writings of the late Elmore Leonard and then played by Timothy Olyphant in six acclaimed seasons of JUSTIFIED, which ran on FX from 2010 through 2015. JUSTIFIED: CITY PRIMEVAL is also on FX, with new episodes on Tuesdays that are available on FX on Hulu the following day. The limited series adds Raylan to the plot of Leonard’s novel CITY PRIMEVAL, about a very bad man, Clement Mansell (played here by Boyd Holbrook) running amok […]Read On »


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JUSTIFIED: CITY PRIMEVAL actors Adelaide Clemens, Vondie Curtis-Hall and Boyd Holbrook on new mini-series – Exclusive interview

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Based on the late Elmore Leonard’s writings about Kentucky-born U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, JUSTIFIED ran for six acclaimed seasons, 2010-2015, on FX. Now Raylan, played as before by Timothy Olyphant, is back for the eight-episode miniseries JUSTIFIED: CITY PRIMEVAL, which has a two-episode premiere on FX on Tuesday, July 18, with episodes streaming the following day on FX on Hulu, and new episodes arriving on subsequent Tuesdays. The miniseries is being referred to by its makers as “an extension of the universe,” meaning that there is continuity for JUSTIFIED fans, but newcomers will be right at home, too. Leonard began […]Read On »


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WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS: Actors Kayvan Novak and Harvey Guillen give the scoop on Season 4 – Exclusive Interview

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WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS is back on FX for its fourth season, with a double-episode premiere on Tuesday, July 12, available the following day on FX on Hulu. The comedy, about a group of vampires un-living in Staten Island with their familiar Guillermo, played by Harvey Guillén, has already been renewed for Seasons 5 and 6. When we last saw vampire servant by inclination, vampire hunter by heredity Guillermo, he was on the verge of having his fondest wish granted. The vampire Nandor, played by Kayvan Novak, had promised to finally make Guillermo into a vampire when they […]Read On »


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WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS: Paul Simms, Actor Mark Proksch and Sam Johnson talk Season 3 finale and tease Season 4 – Exclusive Interview

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WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS just wrapped its third season on Thursday, October 28, on FX. The season is available on FX on Hulu and FX on Demand. It was announced before Season 3 began airing that it had been renewed for a fourth season. WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS, created by Jemaine Clement, based on the 2014 film of the same name, created by Clement and Taika Waititi, concerns a house of vampires un-living in Staten Island with their human familiar/protector, Guillermo (Harvey Guillen). Laszlo (Matt Berry), Nadja (Natasia Demetriou), and Nandor (Kayvan Novak) are regular blood-drinking […]Read On »


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WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS: Actors Harvey Guillen and Kayvan Novak talk Season 3 – Exclusive interview

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WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS, the vampire comedy spun off from the film of the same title, is now in its third season on FX Thursday nights, with episodes available the following day on FX on Hulu and FX on Demand. Before Season 3 had even premiered, FX announced it had renewed WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS. At the start of Season 3, our houseful of vampires in Staten Island have been promoted to leaders of the Tri-State Vampiric Council. Nandor, played by Kayvan Novak, and Nadja, portrayed by Natasia Demetriou, have settled into being co-leaders, as Nadja’s […]Read On »


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WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS: Showrunner and executive producer Paul Simms on Season 3 – Exclusive Interview

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WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS was renewed for a fourth season when its third premiered. Season 3 is currently airing on FX Thursday nights, and available the next day on FX on Hulu and on FX on Demand. In the series, based on the 2014 feature film created by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi (who likewise created the FX show together), a houseful of vampires and their human familiar try to cope with life/unlife in 21st-century Staten Island, New York. At the end of Season 2, human familiar and secret member of the Van Helsing bloodline Guillermo de la […]Read On »


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