LEGACIES: Creator Julie Plec on Season 2 of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES spin-off – Exclusive Interview

Matthew Davis as Alaric, Quincy Fouse as Milton Greasley / MG, Peyton Alex Smith as Rafael, Danielle Rose Russell as Hope, Kaylee Bryant as Josie, Jenny Boyd as Lizzie, and Aria Shahghasemi as Landon in LEGACIES - Season 1 |©2018 The CW/Miller Mobley

LEGACIES, now on The CW Thursday night in its second season, is created by Julie Plec. The series, a spinoff of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES and THE ORIGINALS, is about the Salvatore Academy, a private high school where young witches, vampires, werewolves and other supernaturally-inclined teens can study without having to hide their true identities. Plec has directed two episodes, including the Season 2 premiere. Plec is also an executive producer and director on The CW’s aliens-on-Earth drama ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO, which returns for its second season in March. ASSIGNMENT X: You’ve got two shows on the air right now. How […]Read On »

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GRACE AND FRANKIE: Sam Waterston on Season 6 of the Netflix comedy series – Exclusive Interview

Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston in GRACE AND FRANKIE - Season 6 | ©2019 Netflix

Netflix’s comedy GRACE AND FRANKIE premieres its sixth and penultimate season on Wednesday, January 15. Created by Marta Kauffman & Howard J. Norris, GRACE AND FRANKIE deals with what happens when Grace Hanson (Jane Fonda) and Frankie Bergstein (Lily Tomlin) are both left by their law partner husbands, who have fallen in love with each other and get married. Frankie’s now-ex-husband Sol Bergstein is played by Sam Waterston; Martin Sheen plays Robert Hanson, Sol’s now-husband and Grace’s ex. Waterston, a native of Massachusetts, was nominated for a Best Leading Actor Oscar for his performance as real-life reporter Sydney Schanberg in […]Read On »

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THE L WORD: GENERATION Q: Jacqueline Toboni on Season 1 and the end of GRIMM – Exclusive Interview

Jacqueline Toboni as Sarah Finely in THE L WORD: GENERATION Q - Season 1 | ©2019 Showtime/ Kharen Hill

THE L WORD: GENERATION Q is in its first season on Showtime. The series, about a group of lesbian, queer and trans friends in Los Angeles, is a follow-up to Showtime’s earlier THE L WORD, which ran 2004 through 2009. Three of the original cast members – Jennifer Beals as Bette, Leisha Hailey as Alice, and Katherine Moennig as Shane – are reprising their roles. True to the GENERATION Q part of the title, there are some new faces as well. One of these is Jacqueline Toboni as Sarah Finley, who goes by her last name and works with Hailey’s […]Read On »

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CAROL’S SECOND ACT: Actress Ito Aghayere on the new CBS sitcom – Exclusive Interview

Ito Aghayere in CAROL'S SECOND ACT - Season 1 - "Blocking"|©2019 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved./Sonja Flemming

In CAROL’S SECOND ACT, now in its first season Thursday nights on CBS, Patricia Heaton plays erstwhile teacher Carol Kenney. Divorced and with an empty nest, former Carol has decided to fulfill her lifelong dream and become a medical doctor. This makes her the oldest intern in the group under the supervision of strict Dr. Maya Jacobs, played by Ito Aghayere. Aghayere, originally from Alberta, Canada has a number of film, TV and Broadway stage credits to her name. She describes herself as an enormous fan of HARRY POTTER, especially the character of Hermione. Aghayere is also a big fan […]Read On »

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JESSICA JONES: Rachael Taylor on her time on Netflix’s Marvel series – Exclusive Interview

Rachael Taylor in JESSICA JONES | ©2019 Netflix/Marvel

MARVEL’S JESSICA JONES is now streaming the entirety of its made-for-Netflix three seasons on that network. JESSICA JONES concerns a virtually indestructible woman, played by Krysten Ritter, who is a private detective in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen by trade and a reluctant superhero by nature. Rachael Taylor plays Jessica’s best friend Trish Walker, a former child actress turned radio talk show host, who develops superpowers of her own and takes on the nomme-de-savior Hellcat at the end of JESSICA JONES Season 2. Taylor, originally from Tasmania, has also starred in PARK AVENUE 666 and the short-lived TV reboot of CHARLIE’S […]Read On »

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THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL: Kevin Pollak on Season 3 – Interview

Kevin Pollak in THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL | ©2019 Amazon

Amazon’s THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL began streaming its third season (the series premiered in 2017) on December 6, 2019; Season 4 will premiere later in 2020. Amy Sherman-Palladino created the comedy series, which stars Rachel Brosnahan as Miriam “Midge” Maisel, a New York divorcee in the ‘60s who surprises herself by becoming a stand-up comedian. THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL has won a truckload of Emmys in its first two seasons, including for Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Actress (Brosnahan), Outstanding Supporting Actress (Alex Borstein, two years in a row, for her performance as Midge’s agent, Susie Myerson), and Outstanding Supporting Actor […]Read On »

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THE L WORD: GENERATION Q: Leisha Hailey and Katherine Moennig on returning for the follow-up series – Exclusive Interview

Katherine Moennig as Shane McCutcheon in THE L WORD: GENERATION Q - Season 1 | ©2019 Showtime/ Kharen Hill

Showtime’s Sunday-night THE L WORD: GENERATION Q is a ten-years-later follow-up to the network’s long-running lesbian drama THE L WORD. Three of the original cast members are back: Jennifer Beals as now-politician Bette Porter, Katherine Moennig as heartbreaker Shane McCutcheon, and Leisha Hailey as upbeat Alice Pieszecki. They find themselves mentoring, arguing and becoming involved with some younger people, including characters played by Arienne Mandi, Sepideh Moafi, Leo Sheng, Jacqueline Toboni, and Rosanny Zayasw. Hailey was born in Okinawa, Japan. She has produced two documentaries. Her other acting roles include gigs on SUPERNATURAL, BOSCH and SILICON VALLEY. Moennig, originally from […]Read On »

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NANCY DREW: Tunji Kasim talks playing a mechanic, murder suspect and boyfriend – Exclusive Interview

Tunji Kasim as Nick in NANCY DREW - Season 1 | ©2019 The CW/Miller Mobley

NANCY DREW, The CW’s freshman Wednesday-night series based on the long-lived small-town mystery novels, is set in Horseshoe Bay, Maine. Sleuth Nancy (Kennedy McCann) has just returned to town after some time away. Tunji Kasim plays Nancy’s boyfriend, mechanic Ned “Nick” Nickerson, who has moved to Horseshoe Bay from Florida. But when Kasim talks in real life, he sounds less like someone from the Sunshine State than like OUTLANDER’s Jamie Fraser. “I’m Scottish,” Kasim explains, “Scottish and Nigerian.” Kasim was seen earlier this year in the feature films THE GOOD LIAR, opposite Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen, and THE KILL […]Read On »

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THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE: SAN FRANCISCO: Julie Graham on the sequel series – Exclusive Interview

Julie Graham in THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE: SAN FRANCISCO |©2019 Britbox

THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE was originally produced in 2012 and 2014 by Britain’s ITV, airing on PBS in the U.S. The show was named for Bletchley Park, where a team of female code-breakers worked for the Allies in WWII. The series followed four of the women in their post-war lives in England of the 1950s, where the characters come together to use their skills to solve peacetime murders. THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE: SAN FRANCISCO is a sequel series that brings two of the original characters, Julie Graham’s Scottish Jean McBrian and Rachael Stirling’s English Millie Harcourt, to the American city. Originally in […]Read On »

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TELL ME A STORY: Creator Kevin Williamson on Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

TELL ME A STORY - Season 2 -Key Art | ©2019 CBS Interactive, Inc./James Dimmock

TELL ME A STORY, created and executive-produced by Kevin Williamson, is now in its second season on CBS All-Access, with new episodes dropping every Thursday night (Season 1 is available to stream in its entirety on the service). The series takes familiar fairytales – this year, “Beauty and the Beast,” “Sleeping Beauty,” and “Cinderella – and intertwines them into real-world thrillers. Williamson’s authorial pedigree is enormous. He created and wrote the bigscreen SCREAM franchise. For television, Williamson created DAWSON’S CREEK and THE FOLLOWING, and adapted THE VAMPIRE DIARIES franchise (which has spawned two spinoffs, THE ORIGINALS and the currently on-air […]Read On »

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