MINORITY REPORT: Wilmer Valderrama gives the scoop on Season 1 – exclusive interview

Wilmer Walderrama as Will Blake in MINORITY REPORT | © 2015 Michael Becker /FOX

Wilmer Valderrama got his big break as the goofy Fez in eight years of the half-hour comedy THAT ‘70S SHOW, but since then he’s done a lot of dramatic roles and expanded into producing and comic books. Right now, television viewers can see the Miami-born Valderrama as a series regular on two entirely different series. On Fox Network, Monday nights at 9 PM, Valderrama plays credit-hogging police lieutenant Will Blake in MINORITY REPORT. Based on the story by Philip K. Dick and the 2002 feature film directed by Steven Spielberg (who serves as one of the show’s executive producers), MINORITY […]Read On »

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MINORITY REPORT: Showrunner Max Borenstein talks Season 1 – Interview

Stark Sands as Dash, Megan Good as Det. Laura Vega and Nick Zano as Arthur in MINORITY REPORT - Season 1 | ©2015 Fox/

In Fox Networks’s new series MINORITY REPORT, Mondays at 9 PM, it’s 2065, eleven years after the events in the 2002 film directed by Steven Spielberg from Philip K. Dick’s science fiction short story. The “precogs” who had been held in isolation, forced to serve the Precrime division of law enforcement with their visions of crimes not yet committed, have been freed. The cops of Washington, D.C. are back to solving murders the old-fashioned way, after they’ve happened. The three precogs we met in the film are now eleven years older. Agatha (Laura Regan) still believes in keeping separate from […]Read On »

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TV Review: MINORITY REPORT – Season 1 – “Pilot” – Season Premiere

Stark Sands as Dash in MINORITY REPORT | © 2015 Fox/Bruce MacCauley

Cast: Meagan Good, Stark Sands, Nick Zano, Laura Regan, Wilmer Valderrama Writer: Max Borenstein Director: Mark Mylod Network: Airs on Fox @ 9 p.m. Original Telecast: Sept. 21, 2015 MINORITY REPORT is an interesting show at least from the “Pilot” episode. There is a lot going on here beyond just carrying over from where the movie left off. In the television show, the events of the movie are not necessarily taken as gospel but they have an influence on where this show begins. The precog program has been abolished after abuse of the system resulted in some problematic issues with […]Read On »

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TV Review: FUTURAMA – Season 6B – “Silence of the Clamps”

FUTURAMA - Season 6B - "Silence of the Clamps" | Futurama TM and ©2011 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. All Rights Reserved

Voices: Billy West, Katey Sagal, John Di Maggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche Writer: Eric Rogers Director: Frank Marino Network: Comedy Central, airs Thursdays Original Telecast: July 14, 2011 Now that was pretty bad. FUTURAMA has been very good this year – particularly last week’s “Law & Oracle” episode, but this week, the show sunk to a surprising low. “Silence of the Clamps” is a complete mess, repeating many themes and story strands from the earlier part of the season and barely providing any actual jokes in the process. When Planet Express has to deliver a package (robot clamps) to a […]Read On »

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TV Review: FUTURAMA – Season 6B – “Law & Oracle”

Fry in FUTURAMA - Season 6B - "Law & Oracle" | Futurama TM and ©2011 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. All Rights Reserved

Stars: Billy West, Katey Sagal, John Di Maggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche Writer: Josh Weinstein Director: Stephen Sandoval Network: Comedy Central, airs Thursdays Original Telecast: July 7, 2011 With its send-up of the POLICE ACADEMY movies, TRON, MINORITY REPORT and AVATAR, FUTURAMA hits a home run with “Law & Oracle” that finds Fry (Billy West) fed-up with being a delivery boy and wanting something more out of life. So, he quits the Planet Express team and enrolls in the police academy where he quickly moves up the ranks and settles in to the Future Crimes division where he discovers Bender […]Read On »

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