ONE DAY AT A TIME: Actor Stephen Tobolowsky on Season 4 – Exclusive Interview – Part 2

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In Part 2 of our exclusive interview with actor Stephen Tobolowsky, he talks more about his role as Dr. Leslie Berkowitz on Pop TV’s ONE DAY AT A TIME – the normally live-action comedy that is airing a new animated episode on Tuesday, June 16 – as well as his podcast, THE TOBOLOWSKY FILES. This update of ONE DAY AT A TIME is developed by Gloria Calderon-Kellett & Mike Royce, and has original 1975-1984 ONE DAY AT A TIME co-creator Norman Lear as one of its executive producers. ASSIGNMENT X: Can you say how the relationship between your character and […]Read On »

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ONE DAY AT A TIME: Actor Stephen Tobolowsky on Season 4 – Exclusive Interview – Part 1

ONE DAY AT A TIME Season 4 Key Art | ©2020 Pop TV

ONE DAY AT A TIME, like many other series, found itself stymied by the industry-wide shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, its makes have come up with a midseason solution: on Tuesday, June 16, Pop TV will air an animated episode of the usually live-action comedy. Created by Gloria Calderon Kellett & Mike Royce, the new ONE DAY AT A TIME premiered on Netflix in 2017, introducing us to the Cuban-American Alvarez family. Justina Machado plays divorced mom Penelope, with two teenagers – daughter Elena, played by Isabella Gomez, and son Alex, played by Marcel Ruiz – at home. […]Read On »

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ONE DAY AT A TIME: Actress Isabella Gomez on Season 4 – Exclusive Interview

Isabella Gomez as Elena in ONE DAY AT A TIME in Season 4 | ©2020 Pop TV/Nicole Wilder

ONE DAY AT A TIME, created by Gloria Calderon Kellett & Mike Royce, broke new ground when it premiered in 2017. The original ONE DAY AT A TIME, which ran on CBS 1975-1984, created by Whitney Blake, Norman Lear, and Alan Manings, was a half-hour comedy concerned a white, divorced mom (depicting a divorced woman as a main character was controversial in those days) and her two teenaged children in Indianapolis. The new ONE DAY AT A TIME is still a half-hour comedy, but the update introduces us to the Cuban-American Alvarez family. Justina Machado plays divorced mom Penelope, with […]Read On »

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FLACK: Anna Paquin chats about her acting and producing on her new dark comedy series – Exclusive Interview

Anna Paquin in FLACK - Season 1 | ©2018 Pop TV

In FLACK, on Pop TV Thursday nights, Anna Paquin stars as Robyn. Robyn is an American publicist who has moved to London with her sister. Robyn is much better at handling her clients’ crises than her own life. Paquin, on the other hand, seems to excel in both work and life. She is also an executive producer on FLACK through CASM Films, the company she is partnered in with her husband Stephen Moyer, as well as Cerise Hallam Larkin and Mark Larkin. Born in Canada and raised in New Zealand, Paquin became a Supporting Actress Oscar winner at the ripe […]Read On »

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FLACK: Creator Oliver Lansley on new dark comedy – Exclusive Interview

FLACK - Season 1 Key Art | ©2018 Pop TV

In Pop TV’s Thursday-night dark comedy FLACK, American publicist Robyn, played by Anna Paquin, moves with her sister to London and joins a British p.r. firm. She’s better at controlling the chaos of her clients’ lives than her own, and then there’s dealing with the other women in her office. English writer Oliver Lansley (also an actor who has appeared in SHERLOCK) created FLACK. His other creations include the U.K. series FM and WHITES, and the telefilm ROTTERS. ASSIGNMENT X: You originally wrote FLACK to be set in England. Then you rewrote it to be set in the U.S., and […]Read On »

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Stephen Moyer on executive producing FLACK and starring on THE GIFTED – Exclusive Interview

Stephen Moyer as Reed Strucker in THE GIFTED - Season 2 | ©2018 Fox/Justin Stephens

In Pop TV’s new six-hour series FLACK, premering Thursday, February 21, Anna Paquin plays Robyn, an American publicist in London. Robyn is a lot better with patching up her clients’ scandals than she is with managing her own life. Paquin’s real-life husband Stephen Moyer is an executive producer on FLACK, along with Paquin herself and their partners in CASM Films, Cerise Hallam Larkin and Mark Larkin. Moyer is also currently starring as Reed Strucker, who has recently discovered that he has mutant powers, in Fox’s series THE GIFTED, which has its second-season finale Tuesday, February 26. Moyer talks about both […]Read On »

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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

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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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