FALLING SKIES Scoop: Dakota Daulby Talks Reeducation Camps and Humanity’s Survival in Season 4

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Returning for its fourth season, FALLING SKIES quickly scatters its heroes and shows how tricky life can be to survive when each of them are on their own. The young Mason son, Matt (Maxim Knight) finds himself caught up in a special Espheni reeducation center. With the world as he knows it long gone, it was probably the last thing he ever expected: to find himself back in school. But like anything with the Espheni, there is always a darker side to seemingly good intentions. The reeducation center is not to really educate in the broader sense, but really to reprogram the surviving children to be compliant members of the Espheni society.

In an exclusive interview, newcomer Dakota Daulby talked about his pivotal role as a teacher inside the reeducation center and the challenges with such a tricky role. [Read more…]

CROSSBONES Scoop: Henry Hereford Talks Portraying Frederick Nightingale, a New World Inventor in a Time of Pirates


The hunt is on for an incalculable treasure. That is what pirates are best known for. Yet in the NBC drama CROSSBONES, treasure is not limited to gold, gems and jewels. The treasure sought is a chronometer — a device that gives pirates the ability to truly rule the seas. After all, a pirate is only as good as his maps are to guide him.

In an exclusive interview, Henry Hereford talked about who is Frederick Nightingale and why everyone wants the elusive chronometer that he has created. [Read more…]

THE 100 Scoop: Ricky Whittle Talks Lincoln’s Dilemma Choosing Between The Grounders and Ocatavia and the Deadly Season 1 Finale

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There is no more ferocious battle for a man’s heart than when torn between his loyalty for his people and the woman he loves. Time and time again, Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) has chosen his beloved, but at what cost. In the CW drama THE 100, the two-part Season 1 finale will challenge Lincoln to either stand and fight with Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) and the hundred, or to return to his people, assuming they will accept him back — or worse yet, to flee from the impending war and being forced to choose sides.

In a recent exclusive interview, Ricky Whittle talked about Lincoln’s torn heart and the tough choices ahead for him, as well as foreshadowing that there are more deaths on the horizon before this season closes the door until Season 2. [Read more…]

SING YOUR FACE OFF: John Barrowman Previews His New ABC Singing Show With a Twist


Just when television audiences thought they had seen it all, ABC came up with a new kind of singing competition series — one where the contestants are celebrities who volunteered to be transformed to look just like one of their favorite icons. Anyone can give it their best shot at singing like someone they admire, but not everyone can pull off the feat of looking like their idols at the same time. So in an era where what you look like on stage is just as important as how you sound, this may be the ultimate challenge for performers looking to up their game.

In an exclusive interview, star John Barrowman (ARROW, DOCTOR WHO) talked about the fun of working on such an unusual entertainment show and who he would love to be transformed into if ever given the chance. [Read more…]

Funny Business: Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham Talk PLAYING HOUSE


I spoke with Jessica St.Clair and Lennon Parham, the incredibly talented stars of the USA Networks breakout hit, PLAYING HOUSE. The show surrounds the lives of Maggie (Parham) and Emma (St.Clair) while they tackle motherhood and best friend hood. (that’s totally a thing) I did a review of this show a couple of weeks ago and my fondness for the show has grown tremendously since then. I can’t stress enough how truly wonderful, adorable, and special this show is. I urge everyone to make a date with your couch this Tuesday night at 10:00and watch an all new episode of PLAYING HOUSE. [Read more…]

RIP STAR-CROSSED: Creator Meredith Averill Shares Her Thoughts on Life After Cancellation

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The CW alien-drama STAR-CROSSED was an addictive, heart-warming, intriguing show for those who discovered it. Unfortunately, it ended all too soon after the CW elected to not renew the show for a second season. Since the news broke, fans around the globe have been clamoring for the CW, CBS, Warner Bros., Fox and Netflix to give the show a chance and pick-up for that elusive second season. Alas, those pleas seem to have fallen on deaf executive ears as each network and studio has invested all their programming/production funds in their new slate of television shows.

So in an exclusive interview, STAR-CROSSED’s creator and executive producer Meredith Averill answers a few remaining questions about the fate of the show. [Read more…]

Meet THE NIGHT SHIFT: J.R. Lemon Talks Portraying an E.R. Rock-Star and Prankster


Not quite able to quite contain his infectious glee, J.R. Lemon is clearly pleased with his role in the new NBC drama series THE NIGHT SHIFT. J.R. portrays Nurse Kenny at San Antonio Memorial Hospital and he is know as the bartender of the E.R. — not because he is serving drinks, but because he is the one everyone turns to with their problems. He is the keeper of secrets and the man who knows how to get things done.

Kenny is also a notorious prankster, which is just another layer of fun for J.R. Getting to combine all these qualities into one character is like a dream come true. He loves that he gets to bring the humor and keep things from getting to heavy and dark in a world where lives are on the line every hour, every day. [Read more…]

Meet THE NIGHT SHIFT: Jill Flint, Eoin Macken and J.R. Lemon Hilariously Preview Their New NBC Medical Series


In the new NBC drama series THE NIGHT SHIFT, extraordinary measures are taken to save lives. But even when it is to save a life, someone has to be accountable for the cost to do it. So there is an inherent tension in running an E.R. where doctors will do anything to help their patients, but some have to think about the red-tape and financial burden that it carries. It’s a tough-love relationship that must be enforced or hospitals would be forced to close their doors.

At San Antonio Memorial Hospital, that pivotal role is offered to Dr. Jordan Alexander (Jill Flint). Unfortunately, that role also comes with a more personal conflict, her ex-boyfriend T.C. Callahan (Eoin Macken) will be working directly under her. But as Jordan and T.C. discover, love never quite dies, it just gets buried for awhile. Yet those reawakened feelings are tested as Jordan knows that no matter how much she admires T.C., she is terrified by his approach to saving lives as he does not think twice about the cost to do it.

THE NIGHT SHIFT is also not just a medical drama confined to the hospital. It stretches and encompasses a world where trauma demands they go into the field, which means rushing to plane crashes, helicopter accidents, auto accidents, dealing with tornadoes, hunting accidents and the wilds of Texas where boar roam freely. THE NIGHT SHIFT explores what it takes to be a trauma surgeon in and out of the hospital and the unique trials and challenges that presents.

In a fun joint interview co-stars Jill, Eoin and J.R. hilariously talked about about the craziness of working together on THE NIGHT SHIFT: [Read more…]

Meet THE NIGHT SHIFT: Ken Leung Talks The Power of A Combat-Tested Friendship


Some friendships stand the test of time, and some have been literally tested by fire. In the case of T.C. (Eoin Macken) and Topher (Ken Leung), their friendship has been combat-tested, as they served as military trauma surgeons together in Afghanistan and that strong bond carries through to this day as they work side by side at San Antonio Memorial Hospital. Having seen every manner of medical atrocity in the field and unable to quiet the ghosts that still haunt them, they seek solace in the night shift and in doing everything they can to save lives — no matter what it takes. [Read more…]