Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Smash “The Dramaturg” Advance Photos

Here are advance photos from “Smash: The Dramaturg” which will air on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 10PM ET on NBC. The photos feature Megan Hilty,  Katharine McPhee, Jack Davenport, Jennifer Hudson, Angelica Huston, and Christian Borle.















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Monday, January 28, 2013

Southland “Hats and Bats” Advance Photos

Here are advance photos and episode details for "Southland: Hats and Bats” which feature Michael Cudlitz, Ben McKenzie, Shawn Hatosy, and Chad Michael Murray.


"Hats and Bats" – Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)
In the season 5 premiere of Southland, Officer John Cooper clashes with his new boot, Gary Steele (guest star Derek Ray), a vet from Afghanistan. Lydia struggles to balance detective work and motherhood. Ben Sherman falls in with a sketchy crowd of cops (Chad Michael Murray guest stars), while Sammy Bryant is trapped in a hellish custody battle with Tammi (guest star Emily Bergl).

Directed by Christopher Chulack
Written by Jonathan Lisco
Created by Ann Biderman








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Southland Season 5 Production Bios



Here are the production bios for season 5 of TNT’s "Southland", which will premiere on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 10PM ET on TNT.


Production Bios


Christopher Chulack
Executive Producer/Director

Christopher Chulack is an award-winning director and executive producer. He received multiple Emmy nominations and won an Emmy® for Outstanding Dramatic Series for his work on the medical drama ER. He also received multiple nominations and won two consecutive Directors Guild of America Awards for his direction of the powerful episodes "Hell and High Water" and "Fear of Flying." His work on ER garnered him a DGA Diversity Award for the promotion of a diverse workforce in the television industry.

Chulack also executive-produced and directed the drama Third Watch and is currently an executive producer and director of TNT's critically acclaimed drama series Southland. He recently directed the pilot and multiple episodes of the A&E contemporary western hit Longmire.


John Wells
Executive Producer

John Wells is a multitalented producer, writer and director whose projects have amassed worldwide acclaim, garnering accolades for his work on both stage and screen. He has been responsible for the running of two of television’s most revered programs: ER and The West Wing. Throughout its 15 seasons, ER ranked as one of television’s highest-rated dramas and earned an astounding 124 Emmy® nominations, including 23 wins. This unprecedented achievement gives the show the record for most nominations in series history.

The West Wing, the acclaimed drama about the lives of White House staffers, ran for seven seasons and is one of television’s most unforgettable political dramas. The series won an impressive four Outstanding Drama Series Emmys® during its run, garnering 95 career nominations and 27 wins. Wells and his talented team of producers have also received five Peabody Awards, nine People’s Choice Awards, three Producer’s Guild Awards, four Humanitas Prizes, two Golden Globes® and the Television Critics’ Association Heritage Award, among other honors.

In addition to ER and The West Wing, Wells served as a writer and producer on the award-winning drama Third Watch and the crime drama Smith. Prior to his work on these programs, Wells served as a director and writer on the Emmy®-winning war drama China Beach, starring Dana Delany and Marg Helgenberger. In addition to Southland, Wells is currently the executive producer of Showtime’s Shameless.

Wells and his production and development team at John Wells Productions have a number of high-profile films in various stages of production and development. Wells’ motion-picture credits include Carroll Ballard’s acclaimed drama Duma, a children’s film starring Hope Davis and Campbell Scott; Peter Kosminsky’s adaptation of Janet Fitch’s critically acclaimed novel White Oleander, starring Alison Lohman, Robin Wright Penn, Michelle Pfeiffer and Renée Zellweger; and Neil Jordan’s The Good Thief, starring Nick Nolte. Wells served as a producer on Andrzej Bartkowiak’s Doom, based upon the popular video game and starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

In an arrangement unique to the business, John Wells Productions also funds Killer Films, the independent operation of Christine Vachon, Pam Koffler and Katie Roumel. For Killer Films, Wells executive-produced Todd Haynes’ Far From Heaven and I’m Not There, Mark Romanek’s One Hour Photo, Todd Graff’s Camp, Fenton Bailey’s Party Monster, Robert Altman’s The Company, Michael Mayer’s A Home at the End of the World, John Waters’ A Dirty Shame, Mary Harron’s The Notorious Bettie Page, Phyllis Nagy’s Mrs. Harris, Tom Kalin’s Savage Grace and Douglas McGrath’s Infamous.

Wells’ award-winning stage work includes productions of Judgment, Balm in Gilead, Battery and She Also Dances.

Wells recently wrote and directed The Company Men, a drama set against the backdrop of affluent Boston suburbs that vividly portrays the struggles of families coping with the current economic meltdown. The film stars Ben Affleck, Kevin Costner, Tommy Lee Jones, Chris Cooper, Craig T. Nelson and Maria Bello.

Currently, Wells is in production on August: Osage County. He is directing from Tracy Letts screenplay, based on her Pulitzer-Prize winning play of the same name. The film stars Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts and Ewan McGregor and is set for release in 2013.

Wells was awarded the 2005 David Susskind Achievement Award in Television from the Producers Guild of America. He has also served as a president of the Writers Guild of America.

Born in Alexandria, Va., and raised in Denver, Colo., Wells graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, with a bachelor of fine arts degree. He later earned a master’s degree in film and television at the University of Southern California.



Jonathan Lisco
Executive Producer

Once a New York City lawyer, who left the law to write for the stage, Jonathan Lisco began his television career writing for the acclaimed series NYPD Blue. He went on to write and produce numerous episodes of The District and Jack & Bobby. He also created, wrote, and executive produced the New Orleans police drama K-Ville (FOX), which focused on the cops who stayed behind in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

Originally from Chicago, Lisco graduated from Harvard University with a degree in East Asian Languages and received his J.D. from Stanford Law School. This is Lisco’s third season on Southland, for which he serves as one of the show's four executive producers.



Andrew Stearn
Executive Producer

President of John Wells Productions and based at Warner Bros Studios, Andrew Stearn was previously a producer on NBC’s The West Wing and Third Watch. For his work on The West Wing, he received three Primetime Emmy® nominations, a Humanitas Award and an AFI Award. In addition to Southland, he is currently an executive producer on Showtime’s acclaimed dramedy Shameless, now in its third season.

Originally from Boston, Stearn graduated from Brandeis University and received a master's degree in communications management from the University of Southern California.

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Southland Cast & Character Bios – Season 5

Here are the cast and character bios for season 5 of TNT’s "Southland", which will premiere on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 10PM ET on TNT.


Season 5 Cast Bios

Michael Cudlitz
John Cooper

Born in New York and raised in New Jersey, Michael Cudlitz graduated from the California Institute of the Arts Theatre program in Valencia, California, and has established himself as a versatile and prolific character actor in both television and film. Although his first love is the stage, Cudlitz found early success working in front of the camera.

Cudlitz has appeared in more than 20 films, including A River Runs Through It, Grosse Point Blank and The Negotiator. In addition to Southland, a few of his notable television credits include roles on Standoff, Lost, Prison Break, Six Feet Under, Nip/Tuck, Over There, 24, all three CSI series and the Emmy®-winning HBO miniseries Band of Brothers. Cudlitz also starred in the TNT Original movie Silent Witness.

This past hiatus, Cudlitz had the pleasure of working with director Diego Luna on Chavez, an independent feature about the life of workers rights activist Cesar Chavez, and with director Wayne Kramer on Pawn Shop Chronicles. Both films are due out this year, as well as The Grief Tourist, a film that Cudlitz not only produced but in which he also starred with Melanie Griffith.

Cudlitz currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and twin boys in the house that they built.


Shawn Hatosy
Sammy Bryant

One of the most versatile actors of his generation, Shawn Hatosy continues to expand upon his already impressive resume by starring in a succession of buzz-worthy projects. In addition to his work on Southland, he has appeared in such films as Public Enemies and The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call – New Orleans, as well as a scintillating arc on the series Dexter.

Hatosy has more than two dozen feature film credits, including John Q, Alpha Dog, Factory Girl, The Faculty, Anywhere But Here, In & Out, The Cooler, Outside Providence and Simpatico. His television work includes starring as John McCain in A&E's Faith of My Fathers. He also starred in Frank Pierson's Golden Globe-nominated Showtime drama Soldier's Girl and the Emmy-nominated Witness Protection for HBO. His many guest appearances include such series as Criminal Minds, Hawaii Five-0, ER, Numb3rs, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, Law & Order, Homicide: Life on the Streets, My Name is Earl, Felicity, Six Feet Under and Longmire.

Hatosy is equally adept at performing in front of a live audience. In his most recent stage credit, he landed the coveted role opposite Al Pacino in Lyle Kessler's Orphans at the Greenway Court Theatre in Los Angeles. Hatosy also received accolades for his stage debut as the title role in the La Jolla Playhouse production of The Collected Works of Billy the Kid. Off-Broadway, he starred opposite Anna Paquin in the Paul Weitz comedy Roulette.

Originally from Frederick, Maryland, Hatosy currently resides in Los Angeles.



C. Thomas Howell
Officer Dewey Dudek

The son of a professional bull-rider-turned-stuntman, C. Thomas Howell started working in the film industry at the age of 7. In 1981, he was cast as Tyler in Steven Spielberg's E.T. The Extra Terrestrial. Shortly thereafter, he nabbed the lead in Francis Ford Coppola's classic The Outsiders, starring opposite the likes of Diane Lane, Patrick Swayze, Matt Dillon and Tom Cruise. It was Howell's gripping performance as the tough yet vulnerable Ponyboy Curtis in The Outsiders that made him a household name virtually overnight.

Earmarked as one of the most promising young actors of the 1980s, Howell's career soon skyrocketed with roles in such films as the Cold War invasion drama Red Dawn, the classic psychological thriller The Hitcher and the hilarious but controversial college farce Soul Man. Since then, Howell has been in consistent demand with filmmakers for the last 25 years, appearing in favorites such as That Night, Hidalgo and TNT's Gettysburg.

In addition to his role as the unpredictable Officer Bill "Dewey" Dudek in Southland and as the serial killer The Reaper on CBS' Criminal Minds, his recent television appearances include The Glades on A&E, as well as Torchwood on Starz. He also filmed a key role in Sony's recent Spider-Man reboot. A budding film director as well, Howell has directed a number of films, including The Big Fall, Pure Danger and Edgar Rice Burroughs' The Land That Time Forgot.

Outside of his acting career, Howell is an accomplished team roper and spends as much time as possible with his wife and their three children.


Regina King
Detective Lydia Adams

Thanks to roles in a number of prominent films, Regina King's distinguished talents have not gone unnoticed by Hollywood. The skilled actress can currently be seen playing Detective Lydia Adams in TNT's acclaimed drama, Southland, from Emmy winners John Wells, Ann Biderman and Chris Chulack. In between filming Southland, King made her feature film directorial debut with the adaptation of the best-selling book Let the Church Say Amen, which is set to premiere on BET this year. She was also tapped to direct an episode of Southland this year during the current season.

Additionally, King has starred as the female lead opposite Forest Whitaker in the comedy Our Family Wedding. Before that, she toplined the Lifetime Network original movie Living Proof, executive produced by Renée Zellweger and starring opposite Harry Connick, Jr. She had previously appeared in a supporting role in Paramount Vantage's comedy Year of the Dog, opposite Molly Shannon, Laura Dern, Peter Sarsgaard and John C. Reilly, and the Screen Gems' holiday-film This Christmas, opposite Mekhi Phifer and Loretta Devine.

King also starred opposite Sandra Bullock in the comedy Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous and voiced Kreela in the animated film Ant Bully. Previously, she appeared in the Oscar-nominated film Ray, opposite Jamie Foxx. In the film, King portrays Margie Hendricks Charles' outrageous mistress. USA Today said of her performance, "…the increasingly versatile Regina King as the tragic Margie Hendricks, who attacks her character's intense ups and downs with equal gusto."

King's other notable film credits include Cinderella Story, opposite Hilary Duff; Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde, opposite Reese Witherspoon; and Daddy Day Care, opposite Eddie Murphy.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, King made her television debut on the hit sitcom 227. After five seasons, King made the leap to the silver screen with a role in John Singleton's powerful directorial debut, Boys N the Hood. She would soon collaborate with Singleton again on Poetic Justice and Higher Learning. King has always been consistent in showing her dynamic range, bouncing effortlessly from dramatic material to comedic performances, like in the hit film Friday, with Ice Cube, and in A Thin Line Between Love and Hate, opposite Martin Lawrence.

If there has been a definite turning point in King's career, it came in 1997 with her memorable role as Cuba Gooding Jr.'s wife Marci in the blockbuster film Jerry Maguire. This led to starring roles in How Stella Got Her Groove Back, with Angela Bassett; the hit action thriller Enemy of the State, opposite Will Smith; the family adventure Mighty Joe Young, with Charlize Theron; and the comedy Down to Earth, opposite Chris Rock.

King also found her way back to the small screen in 2000 with a role in HBO's acclaimed telefilm If These Walls Could Talk 2 and in the 2002 NBC comedy Leap of Faith. In addition to her voice-work on the animated series The Boondocks, she recently appeared as a guest star on The Big Bang Theory.

King currently resides in Los Angeles with her son.



Ben McKenzie
Ben Sherman

Ben McKenzie was born and raised in Texas. Following his graduation from the University of Virginia, where he was a foreign affairs and economics major, he moved to New York to pursue acting.

While in New York, McKenzie appeared off-Broadway in Life is a Dream at the Soho Rep. Additionally, he performed in numerous productions at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, including Street Scene and The Blue Bird, as well as the University of Virginia in Measure for Measure and Zoo Story. He later moved to Los Angeles, where he landed the lead role on The O.C.

In addition to starring in the critically acclaimed independent ensemble drama Junebug, McKenzie has also starred opposite Al Pacino in the thriller 88 Minutes and received praise for his solo turn in the independent film Johnny Got His Gun, based on a novel by Dalton Trumbo. McKenzie recently starred in The Glass Menagerie at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles and just finished shooting Denis Hennelly's independent feature Goodbye World.


The Characters


Detective Lydia Adams
Regina King

Smart and perceptive, Detective Lydia Adams possesses excellent investigative instincts. Working in the homicide division, she is one of the sharpest detectives around. But, perhaps because of her great skill as a detective, Lydia has difficulty in her personal life. Lydia has burned through numerous professional partners over the past few years and is unable to find a healthy romantic relationship. Lydia is extremely guarded and independent to the point of being stubborn. This season, however, as Lydia struggles with the brutality of single motherhood, she begins to realize that she can’t just “do it alone”. As her partner Ruben Robinson (guest star Dorian Missick) matures in the job, he challenges her both personally and professionally, forcing Lydia to evolve into something more than just a great detective.


Officer Sammy Bryant
Shawn Hatosy

Sammy Bryant is a former gang detective who returned to patrol after the brutal murder of his partner, in the hopes of teaching rookie cops how to survive on the streets. He rides with Officer Ben Sherman, though it is becoming increasingly clear that while they wear the same uniform, it is cut from a different cloth. Sammy is a genuinely altruistic and honest man sometimes to his own detriment. Sammy is entangled in an ugly and expensive custody battle with his unstable ex-wife Tammi (guest star Emily Bergel) over their 2-year-old son Nate, who is the most important thing in the world to Sammy.


Officer John Cooper
Michael Cudlitz

Officer John Cooper is a seasoned patrol cop, blue to the bone, and Ben Sherman’s former Training Officer. Back pain from various work-related injuries caused John to become addicted to painkillers, eventually forcing Ben to check him into rehab. Surgery on his back put him on the road to recovery, but his emotional wounds and chronic loneliness have not been so quick to heal. John spent last season riding with Officer Jessica Tang (special guest star Lucy Liu), who was monitoring his fitness for duty. This season, we find him once again training “boots” - but his current charge, Gary Steele (guest star Derek Ray), an ex-marine, challenges John, causing him to examine his identity and ask the question: what happens after you hang up the uniform?


Officer Ben Sherman
Ben McKenzie

Officer Ben Sherman is a patrol officer whose handsome face and Beverly Hills upbringing make him a target of ridicule among his fellow officers, but Ben is out to prove than he is much more than just a “poster boy” - though he does enjoy the attention. Having completed his training rotation with Officer John Cooper, Ben is currently partnered with Officer Sammy Bryant. While he has moved on to the next phase of his police training, Ben’s short fuse still lands him in trouble and shows his naïveté. This season more than ever, we begin to see how the streets of Los Angeles will define the man Ben Sherman will become.


Dewey Dudek
C. Thomas Howell

A veteran cop, as seasoned as the asphalt of the streets he patrols, Dewey Dudek is outspoken to say the least and his smart-aleck attitude often makes him the source of conflict with both civilians and fellow officers. Dewey is a recovering alcoholic, but beneath his coarse exterior and extensive resume of screw-ups is a great cop with a good heart. Dewey is married with two daughters and is one of Officer John Cooper’s only friends.


Officer Henry “Hank” Lucero
Guest Star Anthony Ruivivar

Henry “Hank” Lucero is an experienced patrol cop and Officer John Cooper’s new partner. Born and raised in East L.A., Lucero speaks the language of the streets and believes that “99% of the job is comedy.” Lucero is a Chicano but he insists that he is “blue not brown” and refuses to speak Spanish to Hispanic suspects, or grant them any special treatment. In Lucero, Cooper has finally found an equal and maybe, even a friend.


Detective Ruben Robinson
Guest Star Dorian Missick

Ruben Robinson is Detective Lydia Adams’ partner. Having started as a trainee under Lydia, Ruben has now found his footing as a detective. While he and Lydia are great friends, he is no longer afraid to challenge her on the job. A native Angelino, ex-Marine and family man with a wife and three kids, Ruben doesn't define courage as facing danger and overcoming it – but getting up the next day and doing it all over again. His strong core beliefs in family, honor and loyalty define his actions and sometimes create conflict with Lydia.


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Southland Season 5 Episode Synopses


Here are the episode details for season 5 of TNT’s "Southland", which will premiere on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 10PM ET on TNT. 



"Hats and Bats" – Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)
In the season 5 premiere of Southland, Officer John Cooper clashes with his new boot, Gary Steele (guest star Derek Ray), a vet from Afghanistan. Lydia struggles to balance detective work and motherhood. Ben Sherman falls in with a sketchy crowd of cops (Chad Michael Murray guest stars), while Sammy Bryant is trapped in a hellish custody battle with Tammi (guest star Emily Bergl).

Directed by Christopher Chulack
Written by Jonathan Lisco
Created by Ann Biderman


"Heat" – Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)
After Mendoza (guest star Chad Michael Murray) is injured in a drive-by, Ben takes it upon himself to solve the case, much to Sammy's dismay. Lydia regains her footing as a detective while investigating the murder of a female boxer's husband. Tensions between Cooper and Steele (guest star Derek Ray) finally come to a head during a traffic stop-gone-sideways.

Directed by Danny Sackheim
Written by Heather Zuhlke
Created by Ann Biderman


"Babel" – Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)
A breakdown in the LAPD's dispatch system makes a difficult job even harder for the cops, all of whom are already grappling with communication issues. Lydia, in a moment of weakness, reaches out to her old flame, Terrell (guest star Michael Jace). John is assigned a new partner; Ben and Sammy's partnership is strained just as Ben makes a romantic connection on the job.

Directed by Jimmi Muro
Written By Aaron Thomas
Created by Anne Biderman



"Under the Big Top" – Wednesday, March 6, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)
Lydia and Reuben track the killer of a man whose body was slow cooked down to the bone. John and Lucero settle into their new friendship during a day filled with strange calls. Ben and Sammy respond to an insane bank robbery in which the suspects throw cash out into the streets as they make their escape in a getaway car.

Directed by Felix Alcala
Written By Sara Gran
Created by Anne Biderman


"Off Duty" – Wednesday, March 13, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)
John is forced to think about what life will hold for him once he leaves the LAPD. Lydia connects with a man she sent to death row earlier in her career. Much to his chagrin, Sammy becomes a tabloid celebrity for the day after a very public act of heroism. Ben makes a dubious decision to get a drug dealer arrested. And a foot pursuit puts Dewey in danger.

Directed by Regina King
Written By Zack Whedon
Created by Anne Biderman

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Friday, January 25, 2013

“Smash” Season 2 Premiere Cast Interviews, Extended Promo

Here are cast interviews, an extended “first look” promo, and the series overview for season 2 of “Smash” which will have a two-hour premiere on Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 9:00 PM ET.

“Smash” Series Overview (NBC)
“Smash” is a musical drama that celebrates the beauty and heartbreak of the Broadway theater as it follows a cross-section of dreamers and schemers who all have one common desire – to be a “Smash.” In Season 2, the “Bombshell” team is one step closer to achieving their Broadway dream. The Boston run was the success the team was hoping for, including producer Eileen Rand (Academy Award winner Anjelica Huston, “Prizzi’s Honor”), writers Tom Levitt (Tony Award winner Christian Borle, “Peter and the Starcatcher”) and Julia Houston (Emmy Award winner Debra Messing, “Will & Grace”), last-minute star Karen Cartwright (Katharine McPhee, “American Idol”) and director Derek Wills (Jack Davenport, “Pirates of the Caribbean”). But, they are all about to learn even a charmed show cannot avoid paying for sins of the past. Will Eileen get away with mixing business and pleasure with her shady paramour, Nick (guest star Thorsten Kaye)? Will Julia’s marriage to Frank (guest star Brian d’Arcy James) survive the revelation of her infidelity? Will actress Ivy Lynn (Megan Hilty, “9 to 5: The Musical”) bounce back from the shame of losing the lead role to rival Karen and bedding her fiancé in retaliation? And will Tom and Julia’s long-time partnership endure the changing tides of opportunity? As they all scramble to push forward, one of the show’s players finds Brooklyn natives Jimmy Collins (Tony Award nominee Jeremy Jordan, “Newsies”) and Kyle Bishop (Andy Mientus, “Carrie: The Musical”) toiling away on a current-day rock musical of their own, which could either become “Bombshell’s” biggest rival, or yet one more Broadway false start.

Weighing both the benefits and sacrifices of a career on Broadway, the “Smash” cast of Broadway hopefuls is rounded out by Karen’s lively new roommate/actress Ana Vargas (Krysta Rodriguez, “The Addams Family”) and Tom’s boyfriend, Sam Strickland (Leslie Odom, Jr., “Leap of Faith”). “Smash” has welcomed an impressive array of guest stars, including Uma Thurman (“The Producers”), Nick Jonas (“Jonas”) and Bernadette Peters (“Gypsy”), and the second season is no different. Oscar, Golden and Grammy-winning actress-singer Jennifer Hudson (“Dreamgirls”) will appear in a multi-episode arc as Veronica Moore, a Tony Award-winning Broadway star who impacts the lives of Karen and Ivy Lynn. Emmy Award-winning actor Sean Hayes (NBC’s “Will & Grace”) will also recur as Terrence Falls, the star of the musical “Liaisons” who becomes a major thorn in the side for Ivy Lynn (Megan Hilty) and other characters. Jesse L. Martin (NBC’s “Law & Order,” “Rent”) will play Scott Nichols, the artistic director of a non-profit off-Broadway theatre. Additionally, Harvey Fierstein (“La Cage aux Folles”) makes a cameo appearance and Nikki Blonsky (“Hairspray”) recurs as Margot, a Broadway producer’s assistant. From Universal Television in association with DreamWorks Television, the series stemmed from an idea of executive producer and multiple Emmy and Oscar winner Steven Spielberg (“ER,” “Schindler's List”). Executive producers also include Joshua Safran (“Gossip Girl”), Craig Zadan and Neil Meron (Oscar-winning “Chicago,” “Hairspray”), Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey (“United States of Tara,” “The Borgias”), Tony and Grammy Award winners Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (“Hairspray,” “Catch Me If You Can”), Jim Chory (NBC’s “Heroes,” “American Dreams”) and Theresa Rebeck (“Mauritius,” “NYPD Blue”).




















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Chicago Fire “A Little Taste” Advance Photos

Here are advance photos from Chicago Fire “A Little Taste” which will air on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at 10PM ET on NBC. The photos feature Taylor Kinney, Lauren German, Monica Raymund, Jon Seda, and Shane McRae










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Adam Levine Hosts “Saturday Night Live” Interviews & Behind The Scenes

Here is a video interview with Adam Levine, who will be hosting Saturday Night Live on January 26, 2013. I’ve also included a behind the scenes video from the filming of the SNL promo with Adam.








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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Do No Harm “Pilot” Advance Photos

Here are photos from the pilot episode of the new NBC series “Do No Harm” which will premiere Thursday, January 31, 2013 on NBC.

“Do No Harm” Cast

Steven Pasquale as Dr. Jason Cole/Ian Price
Alana De La Garza as Dr. Lena Solis
Ruta Gedmintas as Olivia Flynn
John Carroll Lynch as Will Hayes
Michael Esper as Dr. Kenneth Jordan
Phylicia Rashad as Dr. Vanessa Young
Samm Levine as Josh Stern




















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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Monday Mornings “Deus Ex Machina” Advance Photos

Here are advance photos from "Monday Mornings:  Deus Ex Machina” which will air on February 11, 2013 on TNT. Monday Mornings stars Ving Rhames, Alfred Molina, Jamie Bamber, Jennifer Finnigan Bill Irwin, Keong Sim, Sarayu Rao, and Emily Swallow.







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