Check out DISORDERLY, a funny new web series about three buddies who work as orderlies in a mental health center and have more issues than their patients. The show follows Mookie, Lionel and Ira, as they balance their disorders with those of the patients. The show uses honest and grounded humor as a way into the very prevalent issue of mental health. More info can be found at wearedisorderly on Facebook.

We Shine the Spotlight on THE LIZZIE BENNET DIARIES Star Daniel Vincent Gordh

For 200 years, the works of Jane Austen have swept millions upon millions of fans off their feet.  To have created characters that resonate so richly and deeply with audiences of all ages and from around the globe is extraordinary.  So with each new generation, there is yet another adaptation to seduce new fans.  Currently, it was the webseries THE LIZZIE BENNET DIARIES.  Employing the novelty of a young woman, Lizzie Bennet, capturing moments of her life on video and sharing them with the world at large, THE LIZZIE BENNET DIARIES became an instant addictive rage.  In a recent exclusive interview, star Daniel Vincent Gordh shared his reflections on portraying the iconic role of William Darcy, as envisioned for the modern era, and how is has swept him away in the past year in his own life. [Read more…]

Kathleen Robertson and Freddy Rodriguez Reflect on Filming SEAL TEAM SIX: THE RAID ON OSAMA BIN LADEN

After unspooling on the National Geographic Channel last night, SEAL TEAM SIX: THE RAID ON OSAMA BIN LADEN is being made available to American Netflix subscribers this evening. As such, recently had the opportunity to chat one-on-one with stars Kathleen Robertson and Freddy Rodriguez who play CIA analyst Vivian Hollins and a U.S. Navy Seal respectively. Two fictional charcters created to shed light on how the CIA maneuvered to capture the most-wanted man on the planet. See for yourself, after the jump. [Read more…]


After a record breaking 14 million views for its first season, the online web series sensation DATING RULES FROM MY FUTURE SELF returns with a new season starring THE VAMPIRE DIARIES’ Candice Accola.  After the storybook ending for Lucy (portrayed by Shiri Appleby) last season, the second season follows the roller-coaster love life of Chloe Cunningham.  Chloe has determined given up on love after deeming herself a “loser magnet,” but just when you give up on love, it finds a way to convince you otherwise.  In an exclusive interview, star Candice Accola talked about starring in and producing the current season of DATING RULES OF MY FUTURE SELF. [Read more…]

Today’s TV Addict Top 5: Compelling Web Shows You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

What would you get if you crossed a more grounded version of THE OFFICE with the current political landscape? This brilliant original series currently airing on

Centering on the most dysfunctional clan since the Bluths, this sultry, salty web soap (part of the line-up at about four oversexed siblings in the jewelry business is the kind of fun daytime sudsers have all but forgotten how to have. [Read more…]

Former LIFE UNEXPECTED Star Shiri Appleby Dishes on Her New Webseries DATING RULES FROM MY FUTURE SELF

Debuting last week, the hot new webseries DATING RULES FROM MY FUTURE SELF has already taken off like wildfire.  As seen in the first webisode, Lucy is on the verge of getting married and out-of-the-blue gets these text message warning her to not go through with it.  Unsure who exactly is sending the messages, Lucy is uncertain whether to take the advice being offered.  But as the series continues, even more adventures are to be had as Lucy discovers that she is receiving text messages from a future-version of herself.  Sounds like a sci-fi show, but in reality, this webseries is a fun comedy about a young woman trying to make the right choices in her life.  Taking a few minutes in an exclusive interview with, the vivacious star and producer Shiri Appleby gave the inside scoop on the series and what is really going on with the mysterious text messages that her character Lucy is receiving from the future. [Read more…]

Meaghan Martin Shares Her Experiences in the Magical New Webseries WENDY

In a recent one-on-one with, Meaghan Martin shared what it was like working on the new webseries WENDY and the wonderful message that it has for women of all ages.  It focuses on the story of a young girl who finds her dream-world and real-life converging in a beautiful way and it offers a story of hope and inspiration about self-destiny. [Read more…]

Good News, Bad News: THE WALKING DEAD, Showtime & Hulu

Good News: AMC has just announced plans to extend the upcoming second-season premiere of THE WALKING DEAD to 90 minutes. Bad News: Also extended, the length of the season. Which will, for the first time in AMC’s history, see the increasingly popular Cabler split a season into two parts starting October 16th and February 12th respectively [Source] [Read more…]

We Take ISSUES with Greg Grunberg and Josh Cooke

During an exclusive interview at Comic-Con, Greg Grunberg and Josh Cooke shared what their new webseries ISSUES is really about and why they think it is riding the wave of the digital era and offers a unique perspective on the tortured psyche of superheroes buckling under the weight of their responsibilities and insecurities.

So what is ISSUES about?
JOSH:  It was created by myself and Matt Oates, and the concept of the show is that it’s about a therapist – a psychologist — whose clients are animated superheroes.  So it’s a live action, real world with superheroes who have a lot of serious issues.  Greg came into because he plays The Dark Kodiak, who is sort of our Batman arch-type character, but in a bear get-up, pretty much.
GREG:  In a gay world, I’m a bear.  So it fits perfectly!
JOSH: When I asked him, ‘Can you play a bear?’ His response was, ‘Grrrrr!’
GREG:  And so the answer was ‘Yes!’  We had done a movie together called ‘Group Sex,’ so I was kind of returning the favor.  I was thrilled when he asked, especially when I saw the sketches and since Josh was kind enough to come over to my house to do the pilot.  It was easy.  When I saw it, I was like, ‘Uh, can I stay on this show?’ [Read more…]

Watch And Win? We’re Totally In!

Oprah ain’t the only one who has favorite things. For us, it comes down to always knowing the answers to entertainment-related trivia, people being made to do silly things for our amusement and being given an opportunity to win things. So when we heard that the Web series RED CARPET RUN combined those things, we were on it quicker than Homer Simpson on a donut.

The concept? Simplicity itself: Contestants answer trivia question in the hope of advancing to the final round. The last player standing dons an ill-fitting tuxedo or low-rent gown and jumps on an increasingly fast-moving treadmill to try and answer questions while keeping pace.

As you can imagine, hilarity ensues. [Read more…]