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Tory Kittles Previews 'Intruders': 'It Was A Fascinating Piece Of Material'

August 23rd, 2014 2:09pm EDT
Tory Kittles Previews 'Intruders': 'It Was A Fascinating Piece O
Following the season premiere of Doctor Who, BBC America is hoping audiences stay tuned for its new supernatural thriller Intruders, the story of a secret society devoted to the pursuit of immortality - in the bodies of other people.

It's up to former cop Jack Whelan (John Simm, Life on Mars, Doctor Who) to stop them, with Jack's high school buddy Gary Fischer along for the ride. True Detective's Tory Kittles plays Gary, and sat down with us last week to give a few clues as to the mystery of Intruders.

What made this the right choice to follow up his role on the critically acclaimed HBO d...
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'Doctor Who': Get To Know New Doctor Peter Capaldi

August 23rd, 2014 12:02pm EDT
'Doctor Who': Get To Know New Doctor Peter Capaldi
Tonight, Doctor Who fans will finally get to see Peter Capaldi's debut episode as the Twelfth Doctor - but how much do you know about the fantastic Scottish actor who's taking over the TARDIS from Matt Smith? To get you caught up before Twelve and his companion Clara Oswald set off on their next adventure, we've put together this quick guide on the coolness that is Peter Capaldi.

Before his casting as The Doctor, Capaldi's best-known role was as the savagely awesome political operative Malcolm Tucker in the BBC's political satire The Thick of It and its feature film sequel In The Loop. HBO...
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Rick Hoffman Previews Tonight's 'Suits' Finale: 'This Is Definitely The Episode To Watch'

August 20th, 2014 3:10pm EDT
Suits
Has Louis Litt really left the building? After the events of last week's episode of Suits, it's hard to believe that the lawyer we loved to hate (and secretly loved) has fallen so far in season four. But there's still one more episode to go - tonight's midseason finale.

So we spoke to Louis himself, Rick Hoffman, on Wednesday morning to discuss filming the big moment in "Gone," what he thinks of the dynamics at Pearson Hardman, and how Louis is going to come back...right?

(SPOILER ALERT - If you're not caught up with last week's episode of Suits, and/or don't want to know absolutely anyth...
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'Rookie Blue's' Enuka Okuma Guest Stars In Tonight's 'Motive'

August 20th, 2014 2:07pm EDT
'Rookie Blue's' Enuka Okuma Guest Stars In Tonight's 'Motive'
Rookie Blue star Enuka Okuma is a featured player in tonight's Motive.

In the episode, entitled "Kiss of Death," the actress plays best-selling murder mystery author Lori Oliver, who crosses paths with detectives Angie Flynn (Kristin Lehman) and Oscar Vega (Louis Ferreira).

Enuka spoke with us about the guest spot during our interview in June; you can click here for some spoilery tidbits, but the non-spoilery part is that it wasn't a huge leap for her to visit the other Canadian crime drama.

"Years ago, I did a pilot with Kristin Lehman out in Los Angeles, so we've been friends since the...
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'Strike Back': Your First Look At Cinemax Season 4!

August 15th, 2014 12:15pm EDT
'Strike Back': Your First Look At Cinemax Season 4!
We know you've been missing Michael Stonebridge and Damien Scott (heaven knows we have!). But while the new season of Strike Back won't premiere until summer 2015, the folks at Cinemax are making the wait easier with this first-look clip at what we can expect when the guys storm back.

Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) and Scott (Sullivan Stapleton) are in Thailand this time around, and as you'll see in the video, they're rejoined by boss Lt. Col Philip Locke (Robson Green) and trusty teammate slash Scott's sort of girlfriend Sgt. Julia Richmond (Michelle Lukes). In true Strike Back fashion, ...
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Michael Grandinetti: Meet One Of The CW's 'Masters Of Illusion'

August 1st, 2014 12:07pm EDT
Michael Grandinetti: Meet One Of The CW's 'Masters Of Illusion'
Magic fans have something to be excited over again: The CW is making its attempt at bringing the art form back to primetime, with a new edition of the variety series Masters of Illusion. The fresh lineup includes the top comedy magician in the business, Nathan Burton, and a remarkable illusionist you won't want to miss - Michael Grandinetti. Michael took a break from co-headlining the "Masters of Magic" live show in Reno to chat with us about helping launch this new iteration of magic on the small screen.

"It's a thirteen-week series; we taped six episodes, so we'll be appearing in six epi...
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'Hotel Hell': Season 2 Of Gordon Ramsay's Hospitality Series Still On Fire

July 21st, 2014 1:07pm EDT
'Hotel Hell': Season 2 Of Gordon Ramsay's Hospitality Series Sti
With the concluding of Kitchen Nightmares, Hotel Hell is the only chance US TV audiences have to see Gordon Ramsay helping people. Sure, Hell's Kitchen, MasterChef and MasterChef Junior are good entertainment, but those are competitions. Winners are crowned and prizes handed out. Watching Hotel Hell, you get a sense of the real Chef Ramsay: a brilliant, articulate, and yes, very truthful businessman who gets a different kind of satisfaction out of helping businesses in need.

In tonight's second season premiere, Ramsay travels to Las Cruces, New Mexico to help out Meson de Mesilla, a hotel ...
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Laurie Fortier On Season 2 Of Netflix's 'Hemlock Grove': 'Expect The Unexpected'

July 17th, 2014 12:11pm EDT
Laurie Fortier On Season 2 Of Netflix's 'Hemlock Grove': 'Expect
Netflix audiences are now sinking their teeth into season two of Eli Roth's supernatural series Hemlock Grove, but is it as crazy as the first? To get the lowdown on the sophomore cycle, we checked back in with actress Laurie Fortier, who stars as Marie Godfrey. Here's what she had to say about where we find her character, and what it's like for her to be back in the acting game.

SPOILER ALERT - If you haven't seen season one of Hemlock Grove, this interview reveals a major spoiler as to what happens by the end of season one.

The fictional town of Hemlock Grove, Pennsylvania was never a n...
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Tony Goldwyn Takes Us Inside 'The Divide'

July 16th, 2014 12:06pm EDT
Tony Goldwyn
It's no wonder that Tony Goldwyn has co-created a TV series. Over his acting career, most recently as President Fitzgerald Grant on Scandal and Andrew Prior in Divergent, he's consistently been at the top of the game. As the director of films like Conviction and shows like Justified, he's made sharp choices that have enabled projects to shine. Teaming with Richard LaGravenese to create The Divide, then, is a natural progression for one of entertainment's smartest and most thoughtful voices. We sat down with Tony at the recent Television Critics Association press tour to take a closer look i...
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Is 'The Divide' Television's Next Great Series?

July 15th, 2014 12:03pm EDT
Is 'The Divide' Television's Next Great Series?
Television audiences are always looking for the next great series. We're hungry to find our Sopranos, The Wire, The West Wing, Mad Men, Breaking Bad, or Game of Thrones. Come Wednesday, you can add The Divide to that list.

WEtv's serial drama about a tireless Philadelphia law student (brilliantly played by Marin Ireland) who won't let go of an eleven-year-old murder case and ends up on a collision course with the city's tough District Attorney (a remarkable Damon Gupton) is the kind of television that you can't turn away from. Establishing a deadline early on in the pilot, the series sets ...
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