MAYFAIR WITCHES: Creators give the scoop on Season 1 of the Anne Rice adaptation – Exclusive Interview

MAYFAIR WITCHES key art - Season 1 | ©2023 AMC

ANNE RICE’S MAYFAIR WITCHES, based on the novels by the late Rice, is currently in its first season on Sunday nights on AMC, as well as being available on AMC+. It shares the same universe (and some characters) with another AMC/AMC+ series, INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE, which aired its first season last year and has been renewed for a second. MAYFAIR WITCHES tells a multigenerational story, but the first season focuses largely on neurosurgeon Rowan Fielding, played by Alexandra Daddario. Rowan discovers to her astonishment that she has powerful supernatural gifts, and that she belongs to the thirteenth generation of […]Read On »


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Exclusive Photos from the 39th ANNUAL SATURN AWARDS PRESSROOM

Joss Whedon and Clark Gregg at the 39th Saturns Awards | ©2013 Sue Schneider

After the 39th Annual Saturn Awards arrivals while the stars and guests went into the ballroom for dinner and the award show the press headed back to the pressroom to wait for the winners and the presenters to come on back to pose with their Saturn Award. Walking through the press room was: Lara Parker, Kathryn Leigh Scott, David Womark, Zev Foreman, Danny Elfman, Katie Leclerc, Israel Broussard, Sam J. Jones, Julie Adams, Don Handfield, Ellen Green, Jeff White, Keith David, Drew Roy, Doug Jones, John Savage, Joe Kaplan, Al Kaplan, Allison Abbate, Wayne Brady, William Friedkin, Shane Black, Abigail […]Read On »


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TV Review: WAREHOUSE 13 – Season 3 – “The Greatest Gift”

Allison Scagliotti, Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly in WAREHOUSE 13 - Season 3 - "The Greatest Gift" | ©2011 Syfy/Russ Martin

Stars: Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek,Allison Scagliotti, Genelle Williams, CCH Pounder, Roger Rees Writer: John-Paul Nickel, story by Mike Johnson & John-Paul Nickel, series created by Brent Mote & Jane Espenson Director: Jack Kenny Network: Syfy, Tuesday @ 9 PM Airdate: December 6, 2011 Sooner or later, most genre TV shows wind up doing their own idiosyncratic versions of Frank Capra’s movie IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE. Perhaps there’s something arcane in the contracts of genre TV shows which requires this after a certain number of installments; more likely, it’s an economical way to let the series regulars do something […]Read On »


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