THE AFFAIR: Executive Producers Sarah Treem and Jeffrey Reiner on Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

Maura Tierney as Helen, Dominic West as Noah, Ruth Wilson as Alison and Joshua Jackson as Cole in THE AFFAIR - Season 1 | ©2015 Showtime/Steven Lippman

In Showtime’s THE AFFAIR, now in its second season Sundays at 10 PM and renewed for a third, we see the story unfold from multiple points of view. In the first year of the show, created by Hagai Levi and Sarah Treem, we see what happens unfold from the perspectives of Noah, a married-with-children novelist played by Dominic Wilson, and Ruth Wilson’s character Alison, a Montauk waitress whose young son died in an accident. In Season 2, we also see events through the eyes of Noah’s wife Helen, played by Maura Tierney, and Alison’s husband Cole, portrayed by Joshua Jackson. […]Read On »

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THE AFFAIR: Joshua Jackson on Season 2 – Exclusive interview

Joshua Jackson in THE AFFAIR - Season 2 | ©2015 Showtime/Steven Lippman

Joshua Jackson is one of the stars of Showtime’s THE AFFAIR. Now in its second season, Sundays at 10 PM, THE AFFAIR began by showing us events from two differing points of view, married-with-four-kids writer/professor Noah Solloway (Dominic West) and married-and-grieving-the-loss-of-her-child waitress Alison Bailey Lockhart (Ruth Wilson). In Season 2, the series, created by Sarah Treem and Hagai Levi, expands to include two more perspectives, that of Noah’s wife Helen (Maura Tierney) and Alison’s husband Cole, played by Jackson. Jackson has been a series regular before, on DAWSON’S CREEK and FRINGE, but he readily acknowledges that Cole provides some new […]Read On »

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Interview: Joshua Jackson talks THE AFFAIR and the end of FRINGE

Joshua Jackson as Cole in THE AFFAIR - Season 1 | ©2014 Showtime/Mark Schafer

In Showtime’s THE AFFAIR, Sundays at 10 PM, we see two different versions of events as police interview two people about an as-yet unknown incident that has its beginnings in an extramarital affair. Creator Sarah Treem’s story introduces us to writer/teacher Noah Solloway (Dominic West), married to the wonderful and wealthy Helen (Maura Tierney) with four children, when he meets waitress Alison Lockhart (Ruth Wilson). Alison is married to rancher Cole, played by Joshua Jackson. Jackson is no stranger to being a regular on television – he spent five years on FRINGE as Peter Bishop, who wound up traveling through […]Read On »

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Exclusive Photos from THE HOST World Premiere

The Host Cast: L-R Stephenie Meyer, Saoirse Ronan, Chandler Canterbury, Andrew Niccol (Director), Max Irons, Diane Kruger and Jake Abel at the Los Angeles Premiere of THE HOST | ©2013 Sue Schneider

Open Road Films held the World Premiere for THE HOST on March 19th at the ArcLight Hollywood Cinerama Dome. Fans were across from where I shot, and on risers and over by the door of the theatre. Subway gave sandwiches out to all the media, fans, stars and everyone else that walked the carpet. T-shirts were handed out to the fans as they waited patiently to get a picture with their favorites and an autograph. THE HOST is a love story from Stephenie Meyer, the creator of the TWILIGHT SAGA, but this time it’s about an unseen enemy threatening mankind […]Read On »

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Interview: J.J. Abrams talks FRINGE finale and some STAR TREK

Peter (Josh Jackson, R) battles Windmark (guest star Michael Kospa, L) in the final and extraordinary battle | (c) 2013 Liane Hentscher/FOX

After five seasons of complicated familial bonds, inter-dimensional travel, suspended animation and a bunch of generally strange events, Walter (John Noble), Peter (Joshua Jackson) and Olivia (Anna Torv) wrap up their story on the two-hour series FRINGE finale on Fox, Friday night at 8. Executive producer J.J. Abrams, who co-created FRINGE with fellow e.p.s Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, stopped by a party thrown by Fox for the Television Critics Association to give his thoughts on the show’s close – and answer a couple of STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS questions while he was there. ASSIGNMENT X: After directing the second […]Read On »

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TV Review: FRINGE – Season 5 – “Anomaly XB-6783746”

John Noble in FRINGE - Season 5 - "Anomaly XB-6783746" | ©2012 Fox/Liane Hentscher

Stars: Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, Jasika Nicole, John Noble, Lance Reddick, Blair Brown Writer: David Fury Director: Jeffrey Hunt Network: Fox, airs Friday nights Original Telecast: December 21, 2012 As FRINGE concludes its last episode of 2012 before it heads into the final three episodes of the series in January, the show continues its up and down ride through the season long arc of the humans versus the Observers. It’s been a challenging season, and at times, a rather boring one too. Without the benefit of too many standalone episodes, the ongoing threat vacillates between ominous to non-existent. It’s hard […]Read On »

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Interview: FRINGE showrunner J.H. Wyman on Season 5 and the end

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FRINGE is now in its fifth and final season on Fox, Fridays at 9 PM. For the first four seasons of the show, created by J.J. Abrams, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, eccentric scientist Walter Bishop (John Noble), his son Peter (Joshua Jackson) and FBI Special Agent Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv) investigated strange phenomenon, including an alternate universe where Peter had come from and where there were alternate versions of Olivia and Walter. During this time, Peter and his father, once estranged, grow close and Peter and Olivia fall in love. In Season 5, it’s 2036, Walter, Peter and Olivia […]Read On »

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TV Review: FRINGE – Season 5 – “The Human Kind”

Jill Scott in FRINGE - Season 5 - "The Human Kind" | ©2012 Fox/Cate Cameron

Stars: Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, Jasika Nicole, John Noble, Lance Reddick, Blair Brown, Georgina Haig Writer: Alison Schapker Director: Dennis Smith Network: Fox, airs Friday nights Original Telecast: December 7, 2012 I’ve wanted to like the final season of FRINGE. I think the idea of a future ruled by Observers and the Fringe team trying to take them down was always a a solid arc for the final stretch. Yet, the fifth season of FRINGE has been painfully slow and redundant. The idea that Walter (John Noble) has to find all these missing videotapes in order to remember what September […]Read On »

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TV Review: FRINGE – Season 5 – “The Bullet That Saved the World”

Georgina Haig in FRINGE - Season 5 - "The Bullet That Saved the World" | ©2012 Fox/Liane Hentscher

Stars: Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, Jasika Nicole, John Noble, Lance Reddick, Blair Brown, Georgina Haig Writer:  Alison Schapker Director: David Straiton Network: Fox, airs Friday nights Original Telecast: October 28, 2012 Just when I thought FRINGE was going to get too repetitive with its “let’s find the videotape of the week” storyline as Walter (John Noble) tries to reconstruct the plan to destroy the Observers and save the world, “The Bullet That Saved The World” completely changes everything. A really solid episode that has a shocking moment toward the end that changes the fifth season of the series moving forward. […]Read On »

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TV Review: FRINGE – Season 5 – “The Recordist”

Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, Georgina Haig and John Noble in FRINGE - Season 5 - "The Recordist" | ©2012 Fox/Liane Hentscher

Stars: Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, Jasika Nicole, John Noble, Lance Reddick, Blair Brown, Georgina Haig Writer: Graham Roland Director: Jeff T. Thomas Network: Fox, airs Friday nights Original Telecast: October 12, 2012 With the introduction of the idea that Walter (John Noble) has had many of his memories erased (some of which would allow him to remember how to stop the Observers because September told him the secret), FRINGE now begins what may be a very odd little subplot for a good duration of this 13-episode series finale. Essentially, Walter recorded the information on how to stop the Observers on […]Read On »

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