One of the reasons why I’m appreciating Taken is how each actor seems emotionally invested into their respective role. A part of that believability comes with the ensemble that anchors the show, and in the video below Gaius Charles, Michael Irby, and Brooklyn Sudano talk about their acting origins.
Most episodes of This Is Us has viewers reaching for the nearest tissue, but more importantly the show manages to pull at the heartstrings while also evoking the bittersweet truths of the human condition. Milo Ventimiglia and Mandy Moore’s portrayal of the seemingly perfect couple Jack and Rebecca Pearson speaks directly to that reality, and in our video below the actors talk about their mutual chemistry and respect for each other.
If you check out Alan Tudyk’s resume, his body of work runs the gamut. Whether it’s his collaborations with Joss Whedon (Firefly, Dollhouse) or spearheading his own series (Con Man), Tudyk is a highly diverse actor. During the interviews for his new show Powerless, I asked him if he actually found comedy to be a harder genre to tackle than drama.
During the This Is Us interviews at last week’s NBC/Universal TCA press tour, I asked Milo Ventimiglia and Mandy Moore if the show has changed their respective lives. Check out their answer in the video clip below!
Premiering August 23 on NBC (10 pm et/pt), Better Late Than Never has comedian Jeff Dye, actor William Shatner, former pugilist turned businessman George Foreman, and NFL legend and analyst Terry Bradshaw traveling all over Asia in search of new experiences. During our interview with Dye and Shatner, the pair explained why it’s much easier to travel light.
As a huge fan of director/writer Dan Fogleman’s 2015 feature Danny Collins as well as his scripts for Cars and Crazy, Stupid, Love, I’m definitely looking forward to his upcoming TV series This Is Us.
The season finale of Maya & Marty airs Tuesday evening on NBC with Emma Stone, Kelly Ripa, Sean Hayes and Steve Martin among the evening’s guests. During our interview with Short, he explained why television is his favorite medium.
The freshman sitcom Crowded centers on Mike and Martina (Patrick Warburton, Carrie Preston), loving parents who are actually looking forward to an empty nest. Plans change when their daughters Stella and Shea (Mia Serafino, Miranda Cosgrove) move back home. With Mike’s parents (Stacy Keach, Carlease Burke) deciding not to get their own place, Mike and Martin’s residence is overpopulated with loved ones!
Premiering March 20 on NBC, Crowded centers on once empty nester parents Mike and Martina (Patrick Warburton, Carrie Preston) whose two daughters (Miranda Cosgrove, Mia Serafino) move back home. Coupled with Mike’s parents’ (Stacy Keach, Carlease Burke) decision not to move to Florida, this house, though filled with love, is definitely “crowded.” Miranda Cosgrove and Mia Serafino talked about what makes the show unique.