FORGOTTEN EVIL: Actress Angie Teodora Dick on the new LMN film – exclusive interview

Angie Teodora Dick stars in FORGOTTEN EVIL | © 2017 Karin Schneider

In the thriller FORGOTTEN EVIL, premiering Sunday, March 12, on LMN (the Lifetime Movie Network), a young woman, played by Masiela Lusha, is saved from near-drowning, only to find that she cannot remember anything about her previous life. This leaves her vulnerable to sinister manipulation by people who may or may not be strangers. Angie Teodora Dick plays Mariah, a nurse who befriends self-named amnesiac Renee. Reached via email, Dick answered our questions about FORGOTTEN EVIL, which is written and directed by Anthony C. Ferrante. ASSIGNMENT X: Did you do any research into playing a nurse? ANGIE TEODORA DICK: Yes, […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: THE LOTTERY creator Timothy J. Sexton on fertile storytelling

THE LOTTERY poster - Season 1 | ©2014 Lifetime

In Lifetime’s new series THE LOTTERY, Sundays at 10 PM, human women have become infertile – the youngest children on Earth are six years old. However, a medical breakthrough has allowed a small number of embryos to be fertilized. The U.S. President, played by Martin Donovan, decides to hold a lottery to determine which women will be allowed to carry the potential new generation. LOTTERY creator/executive producer Timothy J. Sexton has, in broad terms, dealt with the prospect of human extinction before. He was one of the screenwriters (including the film’s director Alfonso Cuaron) for 2006’s CHILDREN OF MEN, based […]Read On »

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THE LOTTERY star Michael Graziadei talks his new Lifetime series – Exclusive

Michael Graziadei stars as Kyle Walker in THE LOTTERY | © 2014 Lifetime

In Lifetime’s new series THE LOTTERY, created by CHILDREN OF MEN screenwriter Tim Sexton, women around the globe have become infertile. The last human infants were born six years ago. There are now a hundred embryos that are possibly viable; the U.S. President has declared a lottery to determine who will get to carry the children. Meanwhile, Michael Graziadei’s character Kyle Walker is the father of Elvis (Jesse Filkow), one of the world’s few six-year-old children. The government wants Elvis, but Kyle is determined to keep his son, even if it means being on the run. Graziadei, who went to […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Madchen Amick casts a spell on WITCHES OF EAST END

Madchen Amick in WITCHES OF EAST END - Season 1 | ©2013 Lifetime

In Lifetime’s new series WITCHES OF EAST END, Sundays at 10 PM, Madchen Amick plays Wendy Beauchamp, one of the title characters. The playful Wendy, who has nine lives and can shapeshift into a black cat, senses danger for her more straitlaced sister Joanna (Julia Ormond). This prompts Wendy’s first visit to Joanna in a hundred years. Wendy’s arrival coincides with Joanna’s daughters Freya (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) and Ingrid (Rachel Boston) learning of their magical legacy. Amick, who originally hails from Sparks, Nevada, got her first screen role on a 1989 episode of STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION. Since then, she’s […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Jenna Dewan-Tatum puts a spell on WITCHES OF EAST END

Jenna Dewan-Tatum in THE WITCHES OF EAST END | ©2013 Lifetime

In Lifetime’s new Sunday 10 PM series WITCHES OF EAST END, adapted by Maggie Friedman from the novels by Melissa de la Cruz, virtually immortal witch Joanna Beauchamp (Julia Ormond) has been trying to keep the family’s magical heritage a secret from her two daughters. However, the two young women, Freya, played by Jenna Dewan-Tatum, and Ingrid, played by Rachel Boston, learn they are both witches who have been reincarnated as siblings born to Joanna many times before. The trick this time will be staying alive. Dewan-Tatum, who originally studied to be a dancer in her native Connecticut, has some […]Read On »

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