MAGGIE: Actor David Del Rio on new Hulu series – Exclusive Interview

David Del Rio | photo courtesy David Del Rio

MAGGIE is a new romantic comedy series on Hulu. Rebecca Rittenhouse plays the title role, a psychic by nature and profession. The story starts when Maggie discovers that she is destined to be with Ben, a non-psychic played by David Del Rio. Originally from Florida and now based in Austin, Texas, Del Rio’s previous acting credits include series regular roles in THE TROOP and THE BAKER AND THE BEAUTY, and the films GREASE LIVE!, PITCH PERFECT, SPARE PARTS, and THE BELKO EXPERIMENT. He is also a multi-hyphenate who also writes, directs, and produces. Del Rio gets on the phone to […]Read On »

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DIARY OF A SPY: Actress Tamara Taylor on new thriller – Exclusive Interview

DIARY OF A SPY Movie poster | ©2022 XYZ Films

In the new film DIARY OF A SPY, now available on VOD and digital, Tamara Taylor stars as Anna. Anna has been an operative for twenty years. The sole survivor of the failure of her last mission, Anna is also alcoholic and broke. To stay in the good graces of her agency, Anna accepts a new assignment. She is to get close to Camden (Reece Noi), a younger man who is tutor to one of the Saudi royal family living in Los Angeles. This doesn’t go as expected. DIARY OF A SPY, written and directed by Adam Christian Clark, was […]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

WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS - Season 4 - Key Art | ©2022 FX

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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SHARKFEST: CAMO SHARKS: Researcher Gibbs Kuguru on new National Geographic project – Exclusive Interview

Chumming to attract Great Whites to be photographed as part of the color testing experiments in CAMO SHARKS | ©2022 National Geographic/Fiona Ayerst

It’s summer. This means it’s time for vacations, heat waves, and National Geographic’s SharkFest. SharkFest celebrates its tenth anniversary this year, with nearly thirty hours of new programming spread over four weeks. First up is CAMO SHARKS, premiering Sunday, July 10, at 10 PM on National Geographic, then debuting on Disney XD on July 16, and Nat Geo Wild on August 1. In CAMO SHARKS, shark scientists Dr. Ryan Johnson and PhD candidate Gibbs Kuguru investigate whether Great White sharks can change their color to blend in better with their surrounds. The duo also investigates new coloration in rare black-tipped […]Read On »

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LUCIFER: Co-executive producer and writer Mike Costa on the ramifications of Rory – Exclusive Interview – Part 6

Tom Ellis stars as Lucifer in Fox's LUCIFER | © 2016 Brendan Meadows/FOX

LUCIFER’s sixth and final season – all seasons are now streaming on Netflix – is largely propelled by the time-traveling arrival of the angel Rory (Brianna Hildebrand). Spoiler alert: Rory is the grown child of Chloe (Lauren German) and Lucifer (Tom Ellis). Rory adores her mom and sister Trixie (Scarlett Estevez). However, Rory’s fury at Lucifer for apparently abandoning her and Chloe before Rory’s birth in the present has magically swept Rory from twenty years in the future to present-day Los Angeles for a confrontation. This dovetails with Lucifer’s ultimate decision to return to Hell as a new kind of […]Read On »

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THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH: Creators and cast talk Season 1 of the new Showtime sequel series to the 1976 David Bowie film – Interview

THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH - Season 1 - Key Art | ©2022 Showtime/Tayo Kuku

THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH is a sequel series, now in its first season Sunday nights on Showtime, to the 1976 feature film starring David Bowie. Bowie played Thomas Jerome Newton, an extraterrestrial who comes to our planet to acquire water for his own parched world, only to become trapped here. The film and series are both adapted from the novel by Walter Tevis. THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH series was adapted for television by Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet. Newton, now played by Bill Nighy, is still around, albeit in hiding. The focus here is on planetary […]Read On »

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BARRY: Emmy award winner Henry Winkler on Season 3 on the dark HBO comedy series – Exclusive interview

Henry Winkler in BARRY - Season 3 | ©2022 HBO

BARRY, HBO’s dark comedy about a hitman who wants to be an actor, returns for its third season on Sunday, April 24. Bill Hader, who co-created BARRY with Alec Berg, stars as the title character. Hader has won two Emmys so far for his portrayal. Barry has been taking classes from acting teacher Gene Cousineau, played by Henry Winkler. Winkler, who was nominated for three Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series back when he was starring as the Fonz on ABC’s HAPPY DAYS in the ‘70s, finally won the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his Season […]Read On »

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THE CELLAR and LA BREA star Eoin Macken chats about his latest projects – Exclusive Interview

Eoin Macker in THE CELLAR | ©2022 Shudder

Eoin Macken gets around, in reality, in his career, and in the stories of the projects he does. Macken, born in Dublin, Ireland, is an actor, and a writer/director/producer, along with being a cinematographer and a film editor. As a writer/director, Macken’s feature film credits include the thriller CHRISTIAN BLAKE, DREAMING FOR YOU, THE INSIDE, LEOPARD, and HERE ARE THE YOUNG MEN. As an actor, Macken, whose first name is pronounced “Owen,” starred for four years in NBC’s NIGHT SHIFT, as well as Syfy’s NIGHTFLYERS. His feature acting credits include THE FOREST, RESIDENT EVIL: THE FINAL CHAPTER and THE HOLE […]Read On »

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SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY: Showrunner Gillian Horvath on the new series based on the Jaymin Eve novels – Exclusive interview – Part 3

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY - Season 1| ©2022 Peacock

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY, the animated series based on Jaymin Eve’s novels and produced by 41 Entertainment, is now streaming its entire first season on Peacock. In Part 3 of our exclusive interview with show runner Gillian Horvath, she talks about real-world analogies, what makes SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY distinctive in its take on a classic premise, and possibilities for Season 2. ASSIGNMENT X: How did you decide on doing sixteen half-hour episodes? GILLIAN HORVATH: It wound up being sixteen half-hours, but was originally conceived as eight hourlong episodes to cover the storyline. We pitched it to just a few places, and Peacock was on […]Read On »

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SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY: Showrunner Gillian Horvath on the animated magic series – Exclusive interview – Part 2

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY - Season 1| ©2022 Peacock

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY is now streaming the entirety of its first season on Peacock. Based on the bestselling novels by Jaymin Eve, the animated series produced by 41 Entertainment focuses on twin sisters Jessa and Mischa, as they navigate the magic-filled high school and a growing threat to the known world. In Part 2 of our exclusive interview, show runner Gillian Horvath talks about the differences between writing for animation and live action, magical ethnicities, and more. ASSIGNMENT X: Is SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY your first job writing for animation? GILLIAN HORVATH: I’ve done one or two freelance animation scripts before, but in […]Read On »

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