GRACE AND FRANKIE: Sam Waterston on Season 6 of the Netflix comedy series – Exclusive Interview

Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston in GRACE AND FRANKIE - Season 6 | ©2019 Netflix

Netflix’s comedy GRACE AND FRANKIE premieres its sixth and penultimate season on Wednesday, January 15. Created by Marta Kauffman & Howard J. Norris, GRACE AND FRANKIE deals with what happens when Grace Hanson (Jane Fonda) and Frankie Bergstein (Lily Tomlin) are both left by their law partner husbands, who have fallen in love with each other and get married. Frankie’s now-ex-husband Sol Bergstein is played by Sam Waterston; Martin Sheen plays Robert Hanson, Sol’s now-husband and Grace’s ex. Waterston, a native of Massachusetts, was nominated for a Best Leading Actor Oscar for his performance as real-life reporter Sydney Schanberg in […]Read On »

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JESSICA JONES: Rachael Taylor on her time on Netflix’s Marvel series – Exclusive Interview

Rachael Taylor in JESSICA JONES | ©2019 Netflix/Marvel

MARVEL’S JESSICA JONES is now streaming the entirety of its made-for-Netflix three seasons on that network. JESSICA JONES concerns a virtually indestructible woman, played by Krysten Ritter, who is a private detective in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen by trade and a reluctant superhero by nature. Rachael Taylor plays Jessica’s best friend Trish Walker, a former child actress turned radio talk show host, who develops superpowers of her own and takes on the nomme-de-savior Hellcat at the end of JESSICA JONES Season 2. Taylor, originally from Tasmania, has also starred in PARK AVENUE 666 and the short-lived TV reboot of CHARLIE’S […]Read On »

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DEAR WHITE PEOPLE: Actress Antoinette Robertson on Season 3 and more – Exclusive Interview

Antoinette Robertson in DEAR WHITE PEOPLE - Season 3 | ©2019 Netflix/Adam Rose

Based on the film of the same title, Netflix’s DEAR WHITE PEOPLE concerns a group of students, who go back and forth between being friends and frenemies (with some romance in the mix) at the fictional Winchester University. The characters deal with racism, sexism, classism, and homophobia, between one another and in broadcasts from the college radio show, which is also called “Dear White People.” DEAR WHITE PEOPLE is currently streaming its first three seasons on Netflix, with a fourth and final season set for 2020. Antoinette Robertson plays Colandrea “Coco” Conners, who, over the three seasons, has gone from […]Read On »

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THE KOMINSKY METHOD: Actress Jane Seymour joins the dramedy for Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

Jane Seymour in THE KOMINSKY METHOD - Season 2 | ©2019 Netflix/Michael Yarish

In its first season in 2018, Netflix’s THE KOMINSKY METHOD won Golden Globes and was nominated for Emmys for the performances of Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin. In the series created by Chuck Lorre, Douglas plays actor-turned-revered-acting teacher Sandy Kominsky; Arkin plays Sandy’s agent and best friend Norman Newlander. Now THE KOMINSKY METHOD is back for a second season; all episodes are now streaming on Netflix. One of the additions to Season 2 is Jane Seymour as Norman’s love interest Madelyn. Seymour is still famed and beloved for her six seasons as the title character in DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN. […]Read On »

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DEAR WHITE PEOPLE: Showrunner Yvette Lee Bowser on Season 3 – Exclusive Interview

Jeremy Tardy, Nia Jervier, Ashley Blaine Featherson, Jemar Michael, Marque Richardson in DEAR WHITE PEOPLE - Season 3 | ©2019 Netflix/Adam Rose

Netflix’s DEAR WHITE PEOPLE is currently streaming its first three seasons on Netflix, with a fourth and final season set for 2020. Created by Justin Simien, who also wrote and directed the 2014 feature film of the same name, DEAR WHITE PEOPLE is set at the fictional Winchester University, where students grapple with issues that affect them personally, including racism, sexism, classism, and homophobia, between one another and in broadcasts from the college radio show, which is also called “Dear White People.” In the current season, DEAR WHITE PEOPLE takes on possible sexual predation, and possible false accusation. Yvette Lee […]Read On »

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DEAD TO ME: Creator Liz Feldman on Season 1 of the Christina Applegate dramedy – Interview

DEAD TO ME - Season 1 - Key Art | ©2019 Netflix

DEAD TO ME, now streaming its entire first season and renewed for a second on Netflix, is a complex dark comedy. Widowed Jen Harding (Christina Applegate, who received an Emmy nomination) and Judy Hale (Linda Cardellini), who has lost her fiancé, meet in a grief support group and become close friends. But there are a few secrets that greatly complicate the situation. Liz Feldman created and serves as show runner on DEAD TO ME. Feldman previously created the NBC comedy ONE BIG HAPPY, and served as a writer/producer on series including ELLEN: THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW, HOT IN CLEVELAND, 2 […]Read On »

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DEAR WHITE PEOPLE: Marque Richardson on Season 3 – Exclusive Interview

Marque Richardson in DEAR WHITE PEOPLE - Season 3 | ©2019 Netflix/Greg Gayne

DEAR WHITE PEOPLE, the dramedy based on the 2014 film of the same name, is currently streaming its first three seasons on Netflix, with a fourth and final season set for 2020. Created by Justin Simien, who also wrote and directed the feature, DEAR WHITE PEOPLE takes its title from the fictional Winchester University’s college radio broadcast hosted by Samantha White (Logan Browning in the series, Tessa Thompson in the film), targeting everyday racism. Marque Richardson created the role of student and aspiring poet Reggie Green in the DEAR WHITE PEOPLE film, and reprises it in the series. Reggie has […]Read On »

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DEAR WHITE PEOPLE: Actor John Patrick Amedori on Season 3 – Exclusive Interview

Logan Browning and John Patrick Amedori in DEAR WHITE PEOPLE - Season 3 | ©2019 Netflix/Lara Solanki

DEAR WHITE PEOPLE, now in its third season on Netflix, is based on the 2014 feature film written and directed by Justin Simien, who also created and developed the series. DEAR WHITE PEOPLE takes its title from a college radio program run by Samantha White (Logan Browning in the series, Tessa Thompson in the film), a student who feels it is time to call out her classmates on their racism, whether covert or overt. Despite Sam’s political sentiments, she is involved with mostly woke aspiring documentarian and fellow student Gabe Mitchell, who is white. Gabe is played by John Patrick […]Read On »

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LUCIFER: Kevin Alejandro on directing and more – Part 2 – Exclusive Interview

LUCIFER actor Kevin Alejandro | photo courtesy Kevin Alejandro

In Part 2 of our exclusive interview with actor/director Kevin Alejandro, he talks more about his work on Netflix’s LUCIFER as LAPD detective Daniel Espinosa, what he’s learned from real-life police officers, and his directing work on both the series and his award-winning short film BEDTIME STORY. ASSIGNMENT X: A lot of your characters are people in law enforcement. I mean, you did LUCIFER and you did SOUTHLAND for a couple of seasons, and you’ve played police detectives in other things. Do you think there’s something about you that makes people go, “Aha, police detective”? KEVIN ALEJANDRO: I think so. […]Read On »

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LUCIFER: Kevin Alejandro on Season 4 – Part 1 – Exclusive Interview

Kevin Alejandro in LUCIFER - Season 3 - "Chloe Does Lucifer" | ©2017 Fox/Jason Bell

LUCIFER is about what happens when the fallen angel (played by Tom Ellis) comes to Los Angeles and becomes a police consultant. The series ran for three seasons on Fox Network. When Fox canceled it, Netflix picked up LUCIFER for a fourth season, which premiered earlier this year. (All seasons can currently be seen on Netflix.) Now Netflix has announced a sixteen-episode fifth and final season that will stream next year. In LUCIFER, Kevin Alejandro plays LAPD detective Daniel Espinosa. Dan carries around a reputation for being dirty, although he was legally exonerated, as he actually committed some crimes to […]Read On »

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