BONES: Emily Deschanel says goodbye to Temperance Brennan on the Final Chapter – Exclusive Interview

Emily Deschanel in BONES - Season 6 - "The Doctor In the Photo" | ©2010 Fox /Adam Taylor

By the time it airs its series finale on Tuesday, March 28, BONES will have run for twelve seasons and 245 episodes on Fox Network. For all 245 of those episodes, Emily Deschanel has starred as Temperance “Bones” Brennan, forensic anthropologist extraordinaire, who uses her skills to solve crimes and her uncommon literal-mindedness to baffle and delight love interest/now-husband FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth, played by David Boreanaz. In observance of its upcoming conclusion, the BONES team, including Deschanel and Hart Hanson, who developed the show based on the life and works of forensic anthropologist/novelist Kathy Reichs, participates in a […]Read On »

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SHOTS FIRED: Co-Creator Gina Prince-Bythewood on new Fox series – Exclusive Interview

Sanaa Lathan and Stephan James in SHOTS FIRED - Season 1 | ©2017 Fox/Michael Lavine

Fox Network’s ten-episode Wednesday-night limited series SHOTS FIRED is created by the married filmmakers Gina Prince-Bythewood and Reggie Rock Bythewood. The show deals with the fallout in a small North Carolina town when the police force’s only black officer shoots a white teenager, shortly after a black teenager has been killed. A special prosecutor (Stephan James) and his tough investigator (Sanaa Lathan) are brought in to handle the police shooting, as the situation becomes more complicated and volatile by the hour. Prince-Bythewood and Bythewood are also executive producers, writers, directors and show runners on SHOTS FIRED. Prince-Bythewood is known for […]Read On »

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BONES: Actress Tamara Taylor on the FINAL CHAPTER – Exclusive Interview

Tamara Taylor in BONES - Season 10 | ©2014 Fox/Jeff Lipsky

Tamara Taylor has played Jeffersonian Lab chief Dr. Camille Saroyan for eleven of BONES twelve seasons. Over the years, Cam – an ex-girlfriend of FBI Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) – has adopted teenaged daughter Michelle (Tiffany Hines), made peace with her sister Felicia (Raney Branch), married longtime boyfriend/lab assistant Dr. Arastoo Vaziri (Pej Vahdat), risked her life on the job and suffered through innumerable explosive lab experiments concocted by Dr. Jack Hodgins (TJ Thyne). With BONES: THE FINAL CHAPTER coming to a conclusion Tuesday, March 28 on Fox Network, Taylor shares her thoughts about the series coming to a […]Read On »

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HUMANS: Gemma Chan & Carrie-Anne Moss on Season 2 – interview

Gemma Chan in HUMANS | © 2017 AMC

HUMANS has its two-hour Season 2 finale on AMC on Monday, March 20. The drama deals with a near future in which Synths, human-looking androids, work for humans in almost every aspect of life. However, some of the Synths are self-aware, with real emotions and needs and, arguably, souls. Gemma Chan (FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM, the upcoming TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT) plays Mia, a Synth who was created in England to serve as a mother figure for the half-human, half-Synth Leo (Colin Morgan). In the first season, Mia started out with her “self” turned off, but she […]Read On »

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FORGOTTEN EVIL: Actress Masiela Lusha from SHARKNADO to sleeping with the enemy – Exclusive Interview

Masiela Lusha in FORGOTTEN EVIL | ©2017 LMN

In FORGOTTEN EVIL, which airs (tonight) Sunday, March 12 on LMN (the Lifetime Movie Network), Masiela Lusha stars as a young woman who wakes up in a hospital with no memory of the accident that put her there six months ago. Indeed, she has no memory of her own identity. Selecting the name “Renee,” she endeavors to make a new life for herself – but the past inevitably resurfaces. Lusha, originally from Albania, was raised first in the country of her birth, then in Hungary and Vienna before her parents moved to Michigan when she was seven years old. She […]Read On »

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FORGOTTEN EVIL: Actor Kyle McKeever on new LMN thriller – Exclusive Interview

Kyle McKeever and Masiela Lusha in FORGOTTEN EVIL |©2017 LMN

In FORGOTTEN EVIL, which premieres (tonight) Sunday, March 12 on LMN (the Lifetime Movie Network), Kyle McKeever costars as Randy Dumas. Randy embarks on a romance with an amnesiac who calls herself Renee, played by Masiela Lusha. Someone tried to murder Renee, which resulted in her memory loss, and now, in the thriller written and directed by Anthony C. Ferrante, the assailant may be stalking her again. McKeever’s previous screen credits include the film adaptation of Dean R. Koontz’s ODD THOMAS, BLACK CAT and the upcoming DOG YEARS. ASSIGNMENT X: Had you played this kind of multifaceted character before? KYLE […]Read On »

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THIS IS US: Actress Susan Kelechi Watson on the hit NBC series – interview

Susan Kelechi Watson as Beth in THIS IS US | © 2017 Ron Batzdorff/NBC

When the THIS IS US cast, plus creator Dan Fogelman, come out on stage for a Q&A session at the Winter 2017 Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour, everybody is a little emotional. This is understandable. Five minutes earlier, they had been informed by NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke that their freshman Tuesday night series had been renewed for not one but two more seasons. THIS IS US deals with the Pearson family. On the thirty-sixth birthday of Jack Pearson (Milo Ventimiglia), his wife Rebecca (Mandy Moore) gives birth to triplets. One of the babies is stillborn, so Jack and […]Read On »

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TAKEN: Actor Clive Standen – interview

Clive Standen as Bryan Mills in TAKEN | © 2017 Ken Woroner/NBC

In NBC’s new TV series TAKEN, Clive Standen stars as Bryan Mills. Bryan Mills is, of course, that character with the skill set made famous by Liam Neeson in the TAKEN films. Executive producers Luc Besson and Alexander Cary introduce us to Bryan as a much younger and more vulnerable man, who rises to the occasion when he’s targeted by a drug cartel. This, coupled with Bryan’s response to a personal tragedy, bring him to the attention of a government agency run by Christina Hart (Jennifer Beals), who recruits him as an operative. These provide Bryan with the experiences that […]Read On »

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TIME AFTER TIME: Kevin Williamson and Marcos Siega – interview

Freddie Stroma as H.G. Wells and Josh Bowman as John Stevenson in TIME AFTER TIME | © 2017 ABC/Bob D’Amico

ABC’s new Sunday night series TIME AFTER TIME is based on the cult classic 1979 film, about nineteenth-century science-fiction writer H.G. Wells chasing his erstwhile friend John Stevenson – aka Jack the Ripper – into the present and finding love with a modern woman. Kevin Williamson (the SCREAM films, DAWSON’S CREEK, THE VAMPIRE DIARIES) has adapted TIME AFTER TIME for television. He and his fellow executive producer, director Marcos Siega, talk about turning the story into a serial. Williamson also briefly talks about the series finale of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES, which airs this coming Friday, March 10. ASSIGNMENT X: Although […]Read On »

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THE BLACKLIST: REDEMPTION – Co-Creator Jon Bokenkamp – interview

Famke Janssen as Susan Hargrave | © 2017 Virginia Sherwood/NBC

Jon Bokenkamp created THE BLACKLIST, which is now in its fourth season on NBC. The series deals with FBI profiler Liz Keen (Megan Boone) and Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader), a very bad guy who has come in from the cold with a list of worse guys. Now Bokenkamp and John Eisendrath have created THE BLACKLIST: REDEMPTION, a spin-off that will take THE BLACKLIST’s Thursday-night slot on NBC for eight weeks. THE BLACKLIST: REDEMPTION follows Liz’s estranged husband Tom Keen, played by Ryan Eggold, a covert operative who teams up with Susan “Scottie” Hargrave (Famke Janssen). Scottie’s company Grey Matters […]Read On »

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