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“I’m just now doing post-[production] on that episode, and she’s great,” raves Sutter. “She completely went there. Not a stitch of makeup. She’s just a frumpy waitress. »
‘Jackson “Jax” Teller’ has been through some seriously challenging times on the hit FX series “Sons of Anarchy.” And for those of you who did not take in last year’s season finale, let’s just say things couldn’t get much worse him. Thanks to series creator Kurt Sutter and crew, the more intense it gets for Jax, the more thrilling it is for audiences. Both Charlie Hunnam (Jax) and Katey Sagal (Gemma) have »
Basking in the glow of the show’s 18 nods (including best miniseries, which it would go on to win), the typically spoiler-averse auteur was in such a good mood that I managed to coax a tantalizing new tidbit about Season 2 out of him.
Photos Emmys 2014: The 20 Best, Worst and Most Inappropriate Moments
Even though much of the action will center on a younger version of Keith Carradine’s character, Lou Solverson, aka Molly’s dad, »
But will the entire cast be able to fit in one tiny car?
That’s one question to ask now that FX has ordered a 10-episode first season of Zach Galifianakis‘ single-camera comedy Baskets, about a man with aspirations of becoming a professional clown.
Galifianakis co-wrote the pilot and will serve as executive producer alongside Emmy winner Louis C.K. and Emmy-nominated writer/director Jonathan Krisel (Portlandia, Saturday Night Live), who will serve as Baskets‘ showrunner and also directed the pilot.
FX describes the series as follows: »
Two weeks from today, Sons of Anarchy’s final ride begins. We’ve already seen a shot of Charlie Hunnam and Marilyn Manson in the Sept. 9 season premiere; now FX has released more images. Above, a not-at-all awkward shot of Jax (Hunnam) with Gemma (Katey Sagal), the mother he doesn’t know killed his wife, and Wendy (Drea de Matteo), his ex who checks herself out of rehab early and wants to help out with the boys.
Of course, that encounter is still preferable to the one Jax has at the start of the season premiere when he’s being held in jail. »
- Mandi Bierly
Moviefone's Top DVD of the Week
What's It About? This 18th century English romance is about Dido Belle (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), a biracial woman raised by her aristocratic great uncle and aunt, Lord and Lady Mansfield. She grows up alongside her cousin Elizabeth (Sarah Gadon) as equals and best friends, but as they come of age, their differences become all too apparent -- to each other and to their would-be suitors. Meanwhile, Lord Mansfield (Tom Wilkinson) is facing a trial as Lord Chief Justice of England that could change the future of slavery. Will Dido find love on her own terms?
Why We're In: It's an elegant period piece perfect for Jane Austen fans, and it's a subtle but effective examination of the intersection of class and race in 18th century England. Mbatha-Raw is fantastic, and director Amma Asante has an excellent eye for detail.
Moviefone's Top Blu-ray of the »
- Jenni Miller
The hardest part about having Michele on set, according to Barclay, was making her look less glamorous to play the truck-stop waitress Gertie. “It was tough," Barclay, who’s also worked with Michele on Glee, admitted. "It had to do with makeup and wardrobe. She looks a little bigger. We didn't pad her up but she looks a little bigger than she normally does. Lighting has to do with it, »
A to Z NBC Premieres: Oct. 2 Airs: Thursdays at 9:30pm Et/Pt Who’s In It? Ben Feldman, Cristin Milioti, Henry Zebrowski, Lenora Crichlow, Christina Kirk Also See: Fall TV shows 2014: New comedy series dates, times, previews and more! Andrew (Feldman) and Zelda (Milioti) date for eight months, three weeks, five days and one hour. “This television program is the comprehensive account of their relationship from A to Z,” says the narrator (Katey Sagal), setting up the show’s framework. Romantic Andrew works for an online dating company that’s more interested in keeping its customers single, desperate and paying for its … Continue reading →
- Ryan Berenz
Charm is a relatively scarce commodity among this year’s new comedies, and “A to Z” has it. A slightly cryptic narration says the show will follow Andrew and Zelda (get it?) and offer “the comprehensive account of their relationship.” Perhaps appropriately, “How I Met Your Mother’s” Cristin Milioti stars opposite Ben Feldman, since this feels — based on first impressions — like the logical heir to that just-departed sitcom in terms of intersplicing unabashed romance, whimsy and the smallest of mysteries into a promising package.
Said mystery resides in the aforementioned narration (delivered by Katey Sagal), which foretells that the duo will date for a little less than nine months. But there are, obviously, a lot of things a couple can do after that length of time, among them “M” (marry) or “B” (break up).
For Andrew (providing “Mad Men” alum Feldman a slightly less neurotic character), who works at an online dating site, »
- Brian Lowry
Fall TV shows 2014: A roundup of the dates, times, previews and more for the new comedy TV series premiering in fall 2014. A to Z NBC Premieres: Oct. 2 Airs: Thursdays at 9:30pm Et/Pt Andrew (Ben Feldman) and Zelda (Cristin Milioti) date for eight months, three weeks, five days and one hour. “This television program is the comprehensive account of their relationship from A to Z,” says the narrator (Katey Sagal). Bad Judge NBC Premieres: Oct. 2 Airs: Thursdays at 9pm Et/Pt Kate Walsh (Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice) takes a walk on the wild side as a brilliant but … Continue reading →
The post Fall TV shows 2014: New comedy series premiere dates, times and previews appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Channel Guide Staff
The winners of the 7th Annual EWwy Awards for the Emmy-snubbed were announced live Aug. 18 on EW Radio, and for the second year, the best actress in a drama category boasted the largest margin of victory. In 2013, Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany won with 43 percent of the vote; this year, 61 percent of readers cast their ballots for her. “I think people have been bribed, or it’s been rigged somehow. That’s ridiculous. That’s not right,” a grateful Maslany joked when she phoned in to accept the honor and was reminded that fellow nominees included Sons of Anarchy’s »
- Mandi Bierly
[In case you've Forgotten, and as I will continue to mention each and every one of these posts that I do: This is *not* a review. Pilots change. Sometimes a lot. Often for the better. Sometimes for the worse. But they change. Actual reviews will be coming in September and perhaps October (and maybe midseason in some cases). This is, however, a brief gut reaction to not-for-air pilots. I know some people will be all "These are reviews." If you've read me, you've read my reviews and you know this isn't what they look like.] Show: "A to Zed" (NBC) The Pitch: "When Ginsberg Met The Mother" Quick Response: In my Tmttp entry for "Manhattan Love Story," I wrote "I'll watch a love story in which I kinda like the idea that the two main characters might find happiness together." Proving that it's not like I'm asking the moon, I give you "A to Z," a new comedy that I don't find especially funny, but because I like Ben Feldman's Andrew and I like Cristin Milioti's Zelda, I'm prepared to make at least a moderate commitment here. Basically just "500 Days of Summer" filtered with a little "How I Met Your Mother" "A to Z" is a more-than-slightly twee story about a romantic pairing drawn together by fate, but seemingly doomed to be separated in "8 months, three weeks, five days and one hour," or at least that's the assumption we make based on Katey Sagal's opening voiceover, »
- Daniel Fienberg
Curious about the new NBC show A to Z? The one that spans the entirety of a relationship? Good news! The pilot — starring Ben Feldman and Cristin Milioti, and narrated by Katey Sagal — has been conveniently put online, in full, today. We're still quite a few weeks away from its actual October 2 premiere, so that just means you have a lot more time to craft your 140-character take. »
- Lindsey Weber
You can get an early jump on website wonk Andrew’s eight months, three weeks, five days and one hour romance with no-nonsense lawyer Zelda, thanks to an advance online screening of the NBC comedy A to Z.
Photos | Fall TV Preview: Your Guide to What’s New!
The Katey Sagal-narrated rom-com — which stars Ben Feldman (Mad Men) as a dating site staffer who believes he is fated to be with Zelda (How I Met Your Mother’s Cristin Milioti), a disgruntled customer he just met (but perhaps crushed on at a years-ago concert) — is now available for streaming »
First fans of FX’s popular biker gang series "Sons of Anarchy" exulted in a skull-tastic teaser poster, and now they can rejoice in the first trailer for the seventh and final season. The brief trailer focuses on Jax’s (Charlie Hunnam) thirst for revenge and his struggles to keep his club together. As usual, the show promises plenty of drama, gunplay, all kinds of badassery and of course, bikes. Lots and lots of bikes. Aside from Hunnam (check out his turn as the mild-mannered English college student in Judd Apatow’s short-lived series "Undeclared"), show regulars Kim Coates, Tommy Flanagan, Drea de Matteo, Peter Weller and a newly dirty blonde Katey Sagal and her look all return. In light of Sagal and Ed O’Neill’s recent resurgence on TV and a decade of high profile projects from Christina Applegate, who’s finally going to show David Faustino some love? »
- Oktay Ege Kozak
"I already lost the woman I love. I’m not going to lose my club."
FX has released a full trailer for the seventh and final season of Sons of Anarchy. It doesn't look like this show is going to end well for anybody. That's not a bad thing, but this just isn't the kind of series that was built for a happy ending.
Jax is on the warpath of revenge this season, and it looks like the conflicts between the Chinese, Mayans, and One-Niners are going to explode.
The series stars Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Mark Boone Junior, Kim Coates, Tommy Flanagan, Theo Rossi, Dayton Callie, and Drea de Matteo. Marilyn Manson and Courtney Love have also joined the cast for this season in decent sized roles. Lea Michele (Glee) will also make an appearance.
The series premieres on Tuesday, September 9th on FX.
- Joey Paur
After releasing a poster over the weekend, FX has now dropped the first trailer for the seventh and final season of Sons of Anarchy ahead of its premiere next month, and we’ve got it for you below…
Season seven of the Kurt Sutter-created drama sees series regulars Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Kim Coates, Tommy Flanagan, Mark Boone Junior, Theo Rossi, David Labrava, Niko Nicotera, Jimmy Smits, Drea de Matteo and Peter Weller all returning alongside guest stars Cch Pounder, Kim Dickens, Robert Patrick, Emilio Rivera, Billy Brown, Malcolm Jamal Warner, Lea Michele, Marilyn Manson and Courtney Love.
Sons of Anarchy season seven is set to premiere on FX on September 9th.
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- Gary Collinson
FX has released the first trailer for the seventh and final season of “Sons of Anarchy” — and for those hoping for happy ending for Samcro, it looks like that probably won’t be the case.
The tease shows Jax on the warpath for revenge following his major loss at the end of season six. It also gives a look at conflicts between the Chinese, Mayans and One-Niners and, of course, there’s plenty of violence to come.
“I already lost the woman I love,” says Jax. “I’m not going to lose my club.”
- Alex Stedman
Charlie Hunnam has lost everything, and he's not about to lose his club too. Jax is quickly spiraling out of control and taking down everyone around him in the first full length trailer for “Sons of Anarchy's” seventh and final season. The trailer sees Hunnam's Jax behind bars for assault charges stemming from the events of the season 6 finale, which also saw him lose the love of his life Tara (Maggie Siff). See video: ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Clip: Watch Charlie Hunnam Get Rubbed Out He still doesn't know that Tara died at the hands of his mother, Gemma (Katey Sagal), but. »
- Linda Ge
When the series finale of HBO’s mobster drama “The Sopranos” ended with a sudden cut to black, some fans cried foul. Others cried genius. Either way, it was unforgettable.
This fall the pressure to “end well” is on for a trio of long-running, critically acclaimed dramas — “Boardwalk Empire,” “Parenthood,” and “Sons of Anarchy” — and the showrunners are planning potent final episodes.
“A great ending stays with you. It resonates,’ ” says “Boardwalk” executive producer and one-time “Sopranos” scribe Terence Winter. “It’s something so powerful that you sit with friends and talk about what it might mean, the deeper implications.”
To increase the intensity in the “Boardwalk” series finale, the season premiere jumps ahead seven years to 1931 and finds bootlegger Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) at the start of the Great Depression, where he sees the devastating effects of alcohol on a broken population.
“This year, Nucky witnesses what he has wrought because of his lifestyle, »
- Kate Hahn
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