Exclusive Interview: KLONDIKE director Simon Cellan Jones gets a rush for gold

KLONDIKE poster | ©2014 Discovery

Discovery Channel’s first scripted project, KLONDIKE, is a six-hour miniseries, running in three two-hour blocks, dealing with the Yukon gold rush in 1897-1897. Based on Charlotte Gray’s novel THE GOLD DIGGERS and scripted by executive producer Paul Scheuring, KLONDIKE stars Richard Madden as novice prospector Bill Haskell, Abbie Cornish as a businesswoman in the mining town Dawson City, Tim Roth as a malevolent mover and shaker and Sam Shepard as a determined man of the cloth. Simon Cellan Jones (pronounced Kethlen Jones) directed all six hours of KLONDIKE in Alberta,Canada, in conditions sometimes almost as arduous as those faced by […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: CASTLE creator Andrew W. Marlowe tears down the cop show walls

Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion in CASTLE - Season 3 - "The Dead Pool" | ©2011 ABC/Matt Kennedy

On ABC’s hit Monday night series CASTLE, currently in its third season and already renewed for a fourth, Nathan Fillion plays wealthy, successful mystery novelist Richard “Rick” Castle, who gains inspiration for his new heroine Nikki Heat by following around and helping, exasperating and flirting with NYPD detective Kate Beckett, portrayed by Stana Katic. CASTLE was created by Andrew W. Marlowe, who serves as show runner and executive producer (with Laurie Zaks). In this exclusive interview, we talk with Marlowe about all things CASTLE. ASSIGNMENT X: What was the genesis of CASTLE? ANDREW W. MARLOWE: Well, I was primarily a […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Michael Kelly chats CRIMINAL MINDS: SUSPECT BEHAVIOR

Michael Kelly in CRIMINAL MINDS: SUSPECT BEHAVIOR - Season 1 | ©2010 CBS/Yu Tsai

CRIMINAL MINDS, now in its sixth season, is the CBS procedural drama/thriller in which a team of FBI profilers pursue serial killers throughout the United States. Since the network has had great success spinning off other its other crime-solving shows, with three editions of CSI and two of NCIS currently on the air, it’s not surprising that they’ve brought forth CRIMINAL MINDS: SUSPECT BEHAVIOR which debuts tonight. The difference between the two series is both in their settings (the original team are based in Washington, D.C. and the SUSPECT team are in San Francisco, though both shows are shot in […]Read On »

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