Exclusive Interview: Tony Goldwyn teases SCANDAL Season 3

Tony Goldwyn in SCANDAL - Season 2 -"A Woman Scorned" | ©2013 ABC/Danny Feld

At ABC’s party for the Television Critics Association at the Beverly Hilton, a lot of SCANDAL cast and producers are hanging out together at one end of the ballroom, celebrating star Kerry Washington’s Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama nomination and the show’s overall success in general. Naturally, no one – certainly not Tony Goldwyn, who plays U.S. President Fitzgerald “Fitz” Grant – is going to give out any Season 3 spoilers. However, he is willing to tease Fitz’s state of mind following the bombshell events that ended Season 2. ASSIGNMENT X: Are all of the things that happened in […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Creator Eric Kripke on REVOLUTION Season 1 and SUPERNATURAL

Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) kills a Monroe guard on REVOLUTION "Clue" | (c) 2013 Brownie Harris/NBC

NBC’s REVOLUTION, which has its first-season finale tonight, Monday June 3 at 10 PM, has been picked up for a second season. This should offer fans some relief, since right now on the show, the Earth is in danger of catching fire altogether. In REVOLUTION, created by Eric Kripke (who also birthed SUPERNATURAL), under the auspices of Kripke’s fellow executive producer J.J. Abrams, there was a planet-wide blackout fifteen years earlier and electricity has not returned to the masses since. Power-hungry militia leader Monroe (David Lyons) has gotten his hands on some functioning helicopter gun ships. One ofMonroe’s adversaries, Rachel […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: REVOLUTION star David Lyons talks being the villainous Monroe

David Lyons stars as Monroe on REVOLUTION | (c) 2013 Brownie Harris/NBC

NBC’s REVOLUTION concludes its first season Monday night at 10 PM; it has been renewed for a second year. In the series created by Eric Kripke, we’re in a near-future where electrical power has been absent for fifteen years, though some very bad people have now gotten hold of it. A band of rebels, including Miles Matheson (Billy Burke), is fighting against the depredations of the Monroe Republic. David Lyons plays Sebastian “Bass” Monroe, head of the Monroe Republic and a former friend of Miles. He has an army and working helicopter gunships – what he doesn’t have is emotional […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Silas Weir Mitchell on GRIMM Season 2

Silas Weir Mitchell in GRIMM - Season 2 - "Over My Dead Body" | ©2013 NBC/Scott Green

NBC has just renewed GRIMM for a third season. The series, which just aired its season finale and returns to Fridays in the fall, deals with Portland,Oregon police detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli), who has discovered that he is one of the title entities. Grimms are people who can see the true faces of Wesen (pronounced “Vessen”), a wide-ranging group of supernatural beings who usually appear to be human. Nick has become close friends with a Wesen clockmaker named Eddie Monroe, played by Silas Weir Mitchell.Monroeis a Blutbad, a wolfish sort of Wesen, who is romantically involved with the foxlike […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Luke Goss targets the RED WIDOW

Christoff Lundgren and Luke Goss in RED WIDOW | ©2013 ABC/Bob D'Amico

In RED WIDOW, ABC Sunday nights at 10, Radha Mitchell stars as Marta Walraven, a wife and mother. Although her father Andrei (Rade Serbedzija) is a Russian mob boss settled in the U.S., her brother Irwin (Wil Traval) works for him and her husband deals in marijuana, Marta has steered clear of the criminal world. Then her husband is murdered and Marta must work with her father’s rival Christian Schiller, played by Goran Visnjic, to track down the killer. Andrei’s closest associate is Luther, a terse, physically intimidating gentleman played by Luke Goss. Luther is Eastern European, but Goss hails […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: BONES executive producer Stephen Nathan teases Season 9 and more

Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz in BONES - Season 8 | ©2012 Fox/Brian Bowen Smith

BONES, now in its eight season on Fox, Monday nights at 8 PM, announced its Season 9 pickup very early – January, in fact (most shows wait until the May upfronts). The series, developed by executive producer/show runner Hart Hanson from Kathy Reichs’ life and novels, follows the adventures in murder-solving and romance of FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) and forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan (Emily Deschanel), now partners in parenting their daughter, as well as work colleagues and lovers. Stephen Nathan, who executive-produces and show-runs BONES alongside Hanson, took time at a party thrown by Fox […]Read On »

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TV News: DOWNTON ABBEY not to air at same time in U.S. on PBS as in UK

Jim Carter and Shirley MacLaine in DOWNTON ABBEY | ©2013 PBS

So it looks as if the American audience for DOWNTON ABBEY is going to have to be patient to see the next season in January again. Today at PBS’ executive session for the TCAS, President Paula Kerger explained why they place DOWNTON where they do in the schedule for the year. “This is a question of great debate, as to whether to try to bring the broadcast of the two together,” states Kerger.  “It’s complicated, for a lot of reasons.  One is that the version that airs in the UK airs with commercials, and we air ours without, so we […]Read On »

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TV News: Shakespeare vs DOWNTON ABBEY on PBS

Jeremy Irons in SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED | ©2013 PBS

While promoting SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED, actor Jeremy Irons made some quite hilarious comments about the popular British series DOWNTON ABBEY. Irons is not completely bashing DOWNTON, but he does wish the American audience would broaden their viewing depth and check out the SHAKESPEARE series to see some of the best acting that Britain has to offer. “THE HOLLOW CROWN series is where you see some of the best British actors playing Shakespeare, is what it can do to open up to this huge American audience this gold dust.  Show them that, actually, television doesn’t end with DOWNTON ABBEY,” Irons laughs.  “If […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: RESCUE ME co-creator Peter Tolan talks about the end of the series

John Scurti, Denis Leary and Lorenz Tate in RESCUE ME - Season 7 | ©2011 FX/Jeffrey Niera

All kinds of things happen at the Television Critics Association semi-annual press tour. However, RESCUE ME’s Peter Tolan, who co-created and executive produces the series with its star Denis Leary, did something on the panel for the show’s final season that even the oldest TCA hands said had never occurred before. RESCUE ME, for its seven seasons on FX, has dealt with the aftermath of 9/11 and its effect on the surviving firefighters of a NYFD unit, particularly Leary’s character Tommy Gavin. At the panel, Tolan hints at what may or may not happen in the RESCUE ME series finale, […]Read On »

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