Need more incentive not to stray from THE RED ROAD (as if the previous 6 ways were not enough)? How about in-depth interviews with the series’ all star cast?
Did THE RED ROAD’s shocking finale leave you wondering what’s next? Follow the stars’ other big and small screen projects.
Are you a real RED ROADIE? If you’re obsessed with THE RED ROAD like us, you’ll want to see what the cast has to say about everything from on-set fireworks to impromptu jam sessions — they’ve even taken the time to answer your questions on Facebook and Twitter.
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.”
Cast members Martin Henderson, Julianne Nicholson and Tamara Tunie are scheduled to attend this screening of THE RED ROAD Season 2 premiere.
Actress Tamara Tunie (THE RED ROAD’s Marie Van Der Veen) discusses her diverse heritage, nurturing the Lenape community and winning a Tony Award.
SundanceTV announced the renewal of the network’s second wholly owned original scripted series THE RED ROAD. The tense drama revolves around two clashing communities – a small town and the neighboring mountains, home to a Native American tribe – and two dynamic men on a collision course – played by Jason Momoa and Martin Henderson. It will return for another six episodes in 2015.
Thursday, April 3 at 9PM/8c, SundanceTV will broadcast THE RED ROAD’s eagerly anticipated finale. Wondering what to do until the episode airs? Consider the following…
During a traditional Native American ceremonial dance in the woods, tribe member Phillip Kopus (Jason Momoa) watches as police officer Harold Jensen (Martin Henderson) circulates a “missing person” flyer to the crowd. Jensen later questions locals about a missing NYU student.