SLEEPY HOLLOW star Orlando Jones on Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

Orlando Jones in SLEEPY HOLLOW - Season 2 | ©2014 Fox/David Johnson

In Fox’s SLEEPY HOLLOW, now in its second season Mondays at 9 PM, all of the characters have problems. Ichabod (Tom Mison) wakes up after two hundred and fifty years to discover his wife Katrina (Katia Winter) is trapped in Purgatory, and that their beloved son Henry despises them both and is actually the Horseman of War (John Noble). Detective Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) learns that her childhood terrors were real and her old friend Andy (John Cho) is now a minion of the demon Moloch. Arguably, the most beset figure of all is Orlando Jones’ Frank Irving. Formerly chief […]Read On »

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SLEEPY HOLLOW star Tom Mison on Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

Tom Mison in SLEEPY HOLLOW - Season 2 | ©2014/David Johnson

As its fans, known as “Sleepyheads,” will attest, there’s seldom a dull moment on Fox’s supernatural thriller SLEEPY HOLLOW. Now in its second season on Mondays at 9 PM, SLEEPY HOLLOW stars Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane, who had a quasi-death experience during the American Revolution and woke up in the present. He teams up with Sleepy Hollow police officer Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) to try to prevent the Apocalypse. Ichabod and Abbie really have their hands full. In addition to dealing with the Headless Horseman, who is the Biblical Horseman if Death, they have to fight the Horseman of […]Read On »

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The scoop on SLEEPY HOLLOW Season 2 – Mark Goffman and Heather Kadin interview

Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie in SLEEPY HOLLOW - Season 2 - "The Kindred" | ©2014/Fred Norris

Fox’s SLEEPY HOLLOW returns for its second season Monday, September 22, at 8 PM. The resumption of the series created by Phillip Iscove and executive producers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman can’t come soon enough for viewers who saw Season 1 end with multiple cliffhangers. Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison), a Revolutionary War soldier who woke up in present-day upstate New York, was trapped in a coffin; his good friend and fellow Witness to the Apocalypse police lieutenant Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) was stuck in Purgatory; Ichabod’s wife Katrina (Katia Winter) was kidnapped by the Headless Horseman; Ichabod and Katrina’s son […]Read On »

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MASTERS OF SEX creator Michelle Ashford on Season 2 – exclusive interview

MASTERS OF SEX - Season 2 poster | ©2014 Showtime/

Now in its second season on Showtime, Sundays at 10 PM, and renewed for a third, MASTERS OF SEX chronicles the unusual personal and working relationships of pioneering sex researchers William Masters, played by Michael Sheen, and Virginia Johnson, portrayed by Lizzy Caplan. Based on Thomas Maier’s nonfiction book, Season 1 of MASTERS showed how Johnson came to work for Masters, how their study into human sexuality progressed and how they eventually became sexually involved with one another – as part of the study – even though Masters is married to Libby (Caitlin FitzGerald). The first season earned Allison Janney […]Read On »

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MASTERS OF SEX star Annaleigh Ashford talks Season 2 – Exclusive

Annaleight Ashford as Betty in MASTERS OF SEX | © 2014 Showtime

Showtime’s MASTERS OF SEX, now in its second season on Sunday nights, dramatizes the life and work of pioneering sex researchers William Masters, played by Michael Sheen, and Virginia Johnson, played by Lizzy Caplan. Although Masters and Johnson – and their research – were real, a number of fictional and composite characters appear in the series. One of the most unusual original characters is Annaleigh Ashford’s Betty DiMello. During the course of MASTERS OF SEX so far, we’ve seen Betty go from a lesbian prostitute who is instrumental in helping Masters and Johnson get their study started to an upwardly […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Teddy Sears on MASTERS OF SEX Season 2

Teddy Sears as Dr. Austin Langham in MASTERS OF SEX - Season 2 | ©2014 Showtime/Michael Desmond

Showtime’s MASTERS OF SEX begins its second season Sunday July 13 with three Emmy nominations under its wing. One is for leading actress for Lizzy Caplan as real-life research pioneer Virginia Johnson, who teamed up with William Masters (played by Michael Sheen) in the late 1950s to investigate the then-little explored phenomenon of human sexuality. Beau Bridges gleaned a Guest Actor nomination for his performance as the fictitious Dr. Barton Scully, a friend of Masters who loves his wife but is sexually drawn to other men; Allison Janney has been nominated as Guest Actress for her work as Scully’s wife […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Magda Apanowicz on THE GREEN INFERNO and Syfy’s CONTINUUM

Magda Apanowicz as Emily in CONTINUUM - Season 2 || ©2013 Syfy

Actress Magda Apanowicz [pronounced Ap-a-no-veech] was in Season 2 of HUSBANDS: THE SERIES. She’s not in Season 3 but, as she explains at the Paley Center premiere event for HUSBANDS Season 3 – now nominated for two Writers Guild of America awards and available for viewing at CWSeed.com – “I came here to support and love.” Apanowicz, a native of Vancouver, Canada, has a strong science-fiction genre pedigree, with regular roles on KYLE XY and CAPRICA to her credit. She’s now a regular on Syfy’s time-travel drama CONTINUUM and is one of the stars of Eli Roth’s upcoming THE GREEN […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Sean Hemeon on HUSBANDS THE SERIES Season 3

Sean Hemeon in HUSBANDS THE SERIES | ©2013 The CW

HUSBANDS THE SERIES began life in 2011 as a Web series consisting of eleven two-minute episodes, produced by series creators Jane Espenson and Brad “Cheeks” Bell. HUSBANDS follows entertainer Cheeks, played by Bell, and star baseball player Brady, played by Sean Hemeon, after their impulsive but federally legal marriage in Vegas. Although same-sex marriage is still not recognized in the U.S.on the federal level (which it is in HUSBANDS), it has become legal in many more states in the years that HUSBANDS has been around, making the show remarkably timely, verging on prescient. 2012’s Season 2 was funded in a […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Jane Espenson on HUSBANDS: THE SERIES, ONCE UPON A TIME and more

Jane Espenson at the HUSBANDS: THE SERIES premiere | ©2013/Jonathan Reilly

HUSBANDS: THE SERIES, the story of Cheeks (Brad “Cheeks”Bell) and Brady (Sean Hemeon), who date briefly, marry and then try to make it work, started as a completely independent Web series. Its third season has been picked up by CWSeed.com, the online arm of the CW, with new episodes debuting each Wednesday. Jane Espenson co-created HUSBANDS with star Bell; the two executive-produced the series together. Espenson has a long, impressive line of television credits as a writer and producer – she is currently working as a writer/producer on both ABC’s ONCE UPON A TIME and its spin-off, ONCE UPON A […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Brad “Cheeks” Bell chats HUSBANDS THE SERIES – Season 3

HUSBANDS THE SERIES - Season 3 | ©2013 The CW Seed

HUSBANDS THE SERIES is the independent Web series that could – and did. The brainchild of creators Jane Espenson and Brad “Cheeks” Bell, HUSBANDS began life as a series of eleven two-minute segments, directed by fellow exec producer Jeff Greenstein, about two men, entertainer Cheeks (played by Bell) and baseball player Brady (Sean Hemeon), who are dating each other and then wake up from a drunk night married in Vegas once a Federal Marriage Equality law has passed. Season 1 went up on HusbandstheSeries.com and promptly became both a Web and a civil rights entertainment phenomenon. It won awards, it […]Read On »

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