THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL: Alexander Skarsgard chats new miniseries – Interview

Alexander Skarsgard is Becker in THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL |©2018 AMC/ Ink Factory/Jonathan Olley

AMC’s THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL, adapted from John Le Carre’s novel of the same name, is a thriller concerning identities and loyalties. The miniseries, directed by Park Chan-wook, runs over three consecutive nights, Monday-Wednesday, November 19-21. In THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL, West End actress Charlie (Florence Pugh) agrees to go undercover for the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad. Charlie’s job is to pretend to be a Palestinian sympathizer and embed herself with a group of putative terrorists. However, as she goes deeper into the assignment, Charlie isn’t sure who’s right and who’s wrong and, for that matter, whether she’s being told […]Read On »

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CAMPING: Co-creator Jenni Konner on new HBO comedy series – Exclusive Interview

CAMPING - Season 1 Key Art | ©2018 HBO

HBO’s Sunday-night half-hour comedy CAMPING is based on a British series of the same name, which was created by Julia Davis. Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner, who both serve as executive producers on the new edition, adapted the American version for HBO. Jennifer Garner stars as ultra-controlling Kathryn McSorley-Jodell, who plans a group camping trip to celebrate the fortieth birthday of mild-mannered husband Walt (David Tennant). The excursion brings out the worst in everyone. Konner, who was also a executive producer on HBO’s GIRLS with Dunham (the two ended their creative partnership earlier this year), directed several episodes of CAMPING, […]Read On »

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THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT: Michael Cudlitz on his new series and THE WALKING DEAD – Interview

Michael Cudlitz as Mike Cleary in THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT - Season 1| ©2018 ABC/Craig Sjodin

In ABC’s new half-hour comedy THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT on Tuesday nights, creator Tim Doyle looks back at his own childhood. Doyle grew up in the ‘70s in Southern California as one of eight boys in a working-class Irish-Catholic family. In THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT, the family patriarch, Mike Cleary, is played by Michael Cudlitz. Cudlitz played the late, lamented Abraham Ford on THE WALKING DEAD; before that, he starred in four seasons of SOUTHLAND as dedicated but painkiller-addicted LAPD Officer John Cooper. ASSIGNMENT X: Does THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT remind you at all of your own childhood? MICHAEL CUDLITZ: […]Read On »

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KIDDING: Judy Greer chats new Showtime series – Interview

Judy Greer as Jill in KIDDING - Season 1 | ©2018 Showtime/Jim Fiscus

In Showtime’s new series KIDDING, now in its first season on Sunday nights, Jim Carrey plays beloved children’s TV host Jeff Pickles. Jeff’s gentle imagination has served him well in his puppet-populated show, but he’s coming unraveled after a tragedy, alarming those around him. Judy Greer plays Jeff’s ex-wife Jill, who is coping with their shared sorrow in very different ways. She’s nonplused when Jeff moves into the house next door to her. Greer, a native of Michigan, is having a big year on the big screen. She reprised her role as the Paul Rudd character’s ex-spouse in ANT-MAN AND […]Read On »

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LEGACIES: Creator and executive producer Julie Plec talks about new THE VAMPIRE DIARIES spin-off- interview

Kaylee Bryant as Josie in LEGACIES - Season 1 | © 2018 The CW Network/Miller Mobley

The CW’s new Thursday-night series LEGACIES is a spin-off of both THE VAMPIRE DIARIES, which ran on the network for eight years, and that series’ spin-off THE ORIGINALS, which concluded its five-season run in May. In LEGACIES, Hope Mikaelson (Danielle Rose Russell), the daughter of the late vampire/werewolf hybrid Klaus and granddaughter of a witch, is one of the first enrollees at the Mystic Falls, Virginia Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted. The Salvatore School is in fact a haven for supernatural adolescents. The headmaster is Alaric Saltzman (Matthew Davis), first introduced in THE VAMPIRE DIARIES, in which he […]Read On »

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A MILLION LITTLE THINGS: David Giuntoli on Season 1 of his new ABC series and the end of GRIMM – Interview

David Giuntoli in A MILLION LITTLE THINGS - Season 1 | ©2018 ABC/Matthias Clamer

In ABC’s new Wednesday-night drama A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, three Boston-area friends from college forced to reevaluate everything in their lives following the suicide of an apparently successful and happy fourth friend Jonathan (Ron Livington). David Giuntoli plays one of the group, Eddie Saville, a recovering alcoholic who has sublimated his musical ambitions for the sake of family stability with business executive wife Katherine (Grace Park) and their adored young son Theo (Tristan Byon). As Eddie has been carrying on a passionate clandestine affair with Jonathan’s wife Delilah (Stephanie Szostak), he is understandably guilt-stricken, but can’t discuss it with comrades […]Read On »

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THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE: SAN FRANCISCO – Showrunner Michael MacLennan and director Alexandra La Roche on new series – Exclusive Interview

THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE: SAN FRANCISCO Key Art |©2018 Britbox

In THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE: SAN FRANCISCO, streaming in its entirety on Britbox, it’s the 1950s. Millie Harcourt (Rachael Stirling) and Jean McBrian (Julie Graham), who worked together as code breakers for the British government during WWII, had already found that their wartime work was useful in solving post-war murders in two seasons of THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE. In THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE: SAN FRANCISCO, the women find that the murder of a colleague was likely the work of a serial killer who subsequently traveled to America and struck again. After some indecisiveness, Millie and Jean head to San Francisco, where they meet […]Read On »

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THE OATH: Katrina Law and JJ Soria chat about new dark police drama – Exclusive Interview

THE OATH Key Art - Season 1 | ©2018 SonyCrackle

THE OATH, now streaming its entire first season for free on SonyCrackle.com, is a drama concerning gangs – whose members are police officers. The Ravens, led by Detective Steve Hammond (Ryan Kwanten), shake down drug dealers and other criminals who have nowhere to turn when they’re attacked by the police. However, when the Ravens progress to bank robbery, things quickly take a turn. Katrina Law plays Karen Beach and JJ Soria (also known as Joseph Julian Soria) plays Ramos, both of them Ravens members. Law has some history dealing with questionable TV law enforcement; she was a regular on TRAINING […]Read On »

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LETHAL WEAPON: Chandler Kinney on Season 3 – Exclusive Interview

Chandler Kinney in LETHAL WEAPON - Season 3 | ©2018 Fox Broadcasting Co./Peter Yang

Fox Network’s LETHAL WEAPON, now on Tuesday nights in its third season, is based on the hit film franchise (four films made between 1987 and 1998) about two LAPD detectives, staid family man Roger Murtaugh and his suicidal daredevil partner, Martin Riggs. The tone of the show is action/comedy/drama, but conflict got heavy behind the scenes toward the end of Season 2, resulting in the dismissal of Clayne Crawford, who played Riggs. This season, Damon Wayans’s Murtaugh has a new partner, former CIA agent Wesley Cole, played by Seann William Scott. What hasn’t changed for Murtaugh is his loyal family, […]Read On »

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DISENCHANTMENT: Co-creator Josh Weinstein gives the scoop on the new Matt Groening animated series – Exclusive Interview

Princess Bean, Elfo and Luci in DISENCHANTMENT - Season 1 | ©2018 The ULULLU Company. DISENCHANTMENT TM & © The ULULU Company. All Rights Reserved

In Netflix’s new animated series DISENCHANTMENT, tough Princess Bean (voiced by Abbi Jacobson) goes on a quest with optimistic elf Elfo (voiced by Nat Faxon) and personal demon Luci (voiced by Eric Andre). This may sound a little like either a Disney feature or a Saturday-morning show, but DISENCHANTED is created by Matt Groening, who brought forth THE SIMPSONS and FUTURAMA, and Josh Weinstein, who has been a writer and producer on the two Groening series. Asked about the family viewing prospects for DINSENCHANTMENT, Weinstein replies, “We’re hoping that the jokes for adults will go over kids’ heads, even though […]Read On »

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