SCHITT’S CREEK: Actress Emily Hampshire gives the scoop on Season 3 – exclusive interview

Emily Hampshire in SCHITT'S CREEK | © 2017 Pop TV

SCHITT’S CREEK returns for its third season on Pop TV Tuesday, Jan. 10. The half-hour comedy, created by son-and-father Dan Levy and Eugene Levy, concerns a formerly wealthy family of four (with Dan Levy as the son and Eugene Levy as the father) gone broke and forced to live in the town they once bought as a joke. Emily Hampshire costars as Schitt’s Creek local Stevie Budd. Hampshire is also a regular on a very different series, Syfy’s 12 MONKEYS, which will be back with its third season this summer. Hampshire plays the brilliant but extremely disturbed Jennifer Goines in […]Read On »

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WOLF CREEK: Lucy Fry – exclusive interview

Lucy Fry as Eve Thorogood in WOLF CREEK | © 2016 Pop TV

Actress Lucy Fry is hanging out with fellow performer Emily Hampshire at a party thrown for networks under the CBS umbrella, including Pop TV. Fry is on Pop’s new thriller series WOLF CREEK and Hampshire is on Pop’s returning comedy SCHITT’S CREEK. When Hampshire mentions that she’s heard Pop also runs episodes of DAWSON’S CREEK, there are some general “creek” jokes before the talk turns to work. WOLF CREEK, on Pop TV Friday nights, is based on the Australian horror franchise, about serial killer Mick Taylor (John Jarratt), who preys on travelers in the Outback. Fry, a native Australian, plays […]Read On »

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WOLF CREEK: Creator Greg McLean on horror mini-series – Exclusive Interview

WOLF CREAK mini-series poster| ©2016 POP TV

When writer/director Greg McLean’s feature film WOLF CREEK premiered in 2005, it was too brutal even for some horror fans. McLean’s tale, based on some actual incidents, centers of on Mick Taylor (John Jarratt), a sadistic serial killer roaming the Australian Outback, beyond the reach of law enforcement. WOLF CREEK 2 debuted in 2013, with Mick once again torturing trapped tourists; one of Mick’s victims survives but is blamed for the killings and is confined to a mental hospital. Now Pop TV is bringing a WOLF CREEK six-part miniseries to television, starting Friday, October 14. McLean is the executive producer […]Read On »

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