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First, EW has an exclusive peek at the second season’s key art, featuring new cast member Donal Logue (Terriers), who joins this season as the Sixth Ward boss and Civil War general Brendan Donovan (above.)
EW also has the season’s first trailer, which features a quick first glimpse of Alfre Woodward. As previously reported, the actress has a five-episode arc on the show, which returns with 13 new episodes on June 23.
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- Sandra Gonzalez
For those of you keeping track, this means Logue will soon be on three cable shows. He's Lee Toric, the violent ex-us Marshal on FX' "Sons of Anarchy" and on June, 23 he joins BBC America's "Copper" as political ward boss Brendan Donovan.
Tonight, though look for the red beard as King Horik, who initially seems to be an ally of Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel).
"It's complicated," Logue tells Zap2it of his character's relationship to Ragnar. "Ragnar's exploits made their way up the chain to the king and he was bright enough to know that instead of being threatened, [he says,] 'I will like what you are doing.'"
The king offers Ragnar the boats and warriors he wants so he can explore new lands, but Horik is no fool. He knows this upstart will »
Apart from being one of my favorite actors, Donal Logue is also coming up in three of my favorite shows. Unfortunately (maybe), once in a while you find yourself in an interview that turns out, somehow, not to actually be one. You have your questions set out. You know the shows and the talking points. Your subject is equally prepared to run through the routine of extolling the virtues of whatever they happen to be working on. But, it doesn’t end up going that way.
These are the interviews which ultimately find you running out of time, and scrambling for something, and spitting out, “Umm… tell me about the show.”
Or, to put it another way, these are the interviews that make you glad you don’t work for someone, who might not think it’s actually completely brilliant that you killed thirty minutes talking to Donal Logue as »
- Marc Eastman
Here are some additional details:
Created by three-time Emmy(R) Award-winner Tom Fontana, Academy Award(R)-nominee Will Rokos, and executive produced by Barry Levinson, BBC America's highest-rated original drama series was re-commissioned ahead »
Jessalyn Gilsig is on her way to Lockhart/Gardner.
In other casting news...
Timothy Busfield is swinging by "Revolution." The "West Wing" actor will guest star on the freshman NBC series as a “brilliant doctor protecting a devastating secret." [EW]
Donal Logue has joined "Copper." The "Sons Of Anarchy" actor has joined the second season of BBC America series as General Brendan Donovan, a man who has recently returned to his station in Five Point. [BBC America]
- Leigh Weingus
The Office‘s David Denman is set to co-star in CBS’ Beverly Hills Cop pilot from Shawn Ryan, Eddie Murphy and Sony Pictures TV. The hourlong project, a continuation of the movie franchise, centers on Axel Foley’s police officer son Aaron (Brandon T. Jackson), who takes down the criminal elements of the rich and famous in Beverly Hills. Denman will play Brad, a stand-up, extremely likable and socially awkward Beverly Hills detective, formerly a baseball player and a musician. Denman, repped by UTA, the Hofflund Co and attorney James Adams, will next be seen in the Steve Jobs biopic jOBS and M. Night Shyamalan’s After Earth. Sons Of Anarchy alum Donal Logue has joined the second season of BBC America/Shaw Media’s period drama series Copper, produced by Cineflix Studios. Logue plays Brendan Donovan, a general who has recently returned from the battlefields of the Civil War »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Look for the character to assert himself as one of the most powerful men in New York's political machine.
“Season two is driven by flawed and haunted characters living in explosive times,” says creator Tom Fontana. “Each of them is looking for renewal in the wake of last season’s revelations and violent upheaval. The ongoing storylines follow Detective Corcoran and company on their paths to redemption or ruin. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
7 items from 2013
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