Melissa Bernstein, executive producer of RETCIFY, “Better Call Saul” and “Halt and Catch Fire,” shared with us the biggest surprise in RECTIFY so far, what she most looks forward to about Season 3 and how Saul Goodman would have handled Daniel’s case.
With the Season 3 premiere date of RECTIFY just announced, we thought it was time to catch up with series star Abigail Spencer (Amantha). The actress filled us in on her favorite moment in Season 2, what her “Mad Men” character meant to the series and how she landed her new role in “True Detective.”
From Maggie Gyllenhaal's Golden Globe Award for her role as Nessa Stein, to the series being honored with a Peabody Award, THE HONORABLE WOMAN has been collecting accolades and awards since it debuted. Writer and director Hugo Blick shared with us his inspiration for Nessa Stein's character, his hopes for the series and exactly when he came up with the final twist.
Michael Schneider is the executive editor, “TV Guide” magazine, a “Franklin Avenue” blogger, and a host of KCRW’s “The Spin-Off.” And as if all that didn’t keep him busy enough, he took the time to interview the cast of “Mad Men,” including Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss and Christina Hendricks, for BEHIND THE STORY, airing Fri., May 15 at 11/10c on SundanceTV. Here he shares what he learned about the cast and his favorite moments from the seven seasons of the show.
On the heels of his Critics’ Choice Award nomination, we sat down with RECTIFY’s Aden Young to talk about all the attention the show’s been getting, his on-set spiritual mentor and what he’s learned from playing Daniel Holden.
THE RED ROAD star Wes Studi (Chief Levi Gall) recently sat down with us to talk about how his life parallels his character’s and whether we can expect a RED ROAD cast album with Jason Momoa, Kiowa Gordon and Allie Gonino anytime soon. Read the full interview below:
Do you have a favorite moment from THE RED ROAD Season 1? The cast does. We know it’s hard to pick just one, but it might help to read up on the scenes that stuck with the series’ stars. Martin Henderson (Harold Jensen), Kiowa Gordon (Junior), Tamara Tunie (Marie), Allie Gonino (Rachel Jensen), and Executive Producer Sarah Condon weigh in on what they loved about Season 1.
THE RED ROAD star Kiowa Gordon discusses his relationship with co-star Jason Momoa, his involvement with “The Twilight Saga,” and his passion for music and poetry.
New Zealand-born RED ROAD star Martin Henderson talks about getting comfortable in his role as a cop, preparing for his action-packed sequences and embracing his stunt double.
“Mad Men” producer Marcy Patterson, featured on SundanceTV’s BEHIND THE STORY, talks about the behind-the-scenes family, how “Playboy” contributed to the show and her “Mad Men”-influenced wedding plans.
Allie Gonino, who plays high schooler Rachel Jensen in SundanceTV’s THE RED ROAD, talks about her own rebellious teenage years, being an activist, and jamming with co-star Kiowa Gordon.
Patton Oswalt never stops. A comedian-TV-movie star with a new book under his belt, Oswalt only has more to come (some of which, he apologizes, he can’t discuss here). But Oswalt did talk to us about hosting the “Parks and Recreation” episode on BEHIND THE STORY, what he’ll miss most about Parks and which 2015 Sundance Film Festival movies he loved.
Tesori talks about the difficulties of writing a nonlinear musical, the complicated relationship she had with her own dad and why ignoring advice from a theater industry bigwig helped make Fun Home what it is today.
Nick Gomez talks playing bad guys on “Dexter” and “The Walking Dead,” bonding with Martin Henderson and Jason Momoa, and which THE RED ROAD character he’d most want to play.
THE RED ROAD’s Tamara Tunie discusses Marie’s parenting style, the role of women in the Lenape culture and her favorite epsiode of “Law & Order: SVU.”
In 2012, British pop songwriter Eliot Kennedy got a call from his longtime collaborator, Gary Barlow, saying producer Harvey Weinstein wanted them to pen a few numbers for a musicalization of his Oscar-nominated movie Finding Neverland.
When performer and playwright Lisa Kron read Alison Bechdel’s 2006 autobiographical graphic novel, “Fun Home,” about coming out and the suicide of her gay father, she knew she wanted to turn it into a musical — even though she’d never worked on one before.
Although she’s best known for her work as a judge and choreographer on the hit reality TV competition “So You Think You Can Dance,” Mia Michaels began her career on stage. Bringing her unique style to Broadway has been a long-held dream, and now she’s doing just that as choreographer for the soon-to-open “Finding Neverland.”
THE RED ROAD’s executive producer, Sarah Condon, discusses casting Jason Momoa, dividing her time between THE RED ROAD and Looking, and exploring unique subcultures.
Orphan Black co-creator and director John Fawcett discusses writing retreats, his multiple collaborations with Tatiana Maslany and glue guns.
“Orphan Black” creator and head writer Graeme Manson talks channeling his mother to write a favorite character, his personal sci-fi fandom, and the right way to kill off a character.
“Orphan Black” make-up artist Stephen Lynch discusses signature cosmetics, the challenge of differentiating the series’ male clones, and behind-the-scenes hijinks on “Queer As Folk.”
Alison Bechdel, winner of the 2014 MacArthur Genius Grant, is loved by comic fans for her provocative, queer-friendly works like her long-running strip “Dykes to Watch Out For” and her graphic memoirs, including “Are You My Mother?: A Comic Drama” and “Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic.” We talked to Bechdel about brining “Fun Home” to Broadway.
James Nesbitt (Richard Miller), Nicola Walker (Sharon Franklin), Paterson Joseph (Charles Inglis), Bertie Carvel (Finn) discuss what they think the chief strengths of the Babylon writers, Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong, are.
James Nesbitt (Richard Miller): Clearly, I knew their work before. They have natural quite dark humour, and they’re constantly evolving. They created a very rounded, complex character in Richard Miller. I think their observation of how policing is changing…
James Nesbitt (Richard Miller), Paterson Joseph (Charles Inglis), Nicola Walker (Sharon Franklin), Jonny Sweet (Tom Oliver), Adam Deacon (Robbie) and Jill Halfpenny (Davina) discuss the extensive research they did before taking on their roles and how their involvement in the series has affected their opinion of the police.
James Nesbitt: I think publications beforehand, particularly on the right of the political spectrum, might have thought that this was going to be…