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"Dead" fans saw Martin-Green's debut in the midseason finale "Made to Suffer," playing the role of Sasha, the sister of Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman) who led a new band of survivors into the prison. She's expected to play an important role in the second half of Season 3 when "Dead" returns to AMC on Feb. 10, 2013.
On "Once Upon a Time," Martin-Green has landed the mysterious new role of Tamara and will appear in multiple Season 2 episodes with the possibility of returning in Season 3. TVLine reported the casting and notes that details of the role are being kept under wraps.
How this may impact Sasha's future on "Dead" is unclear. The horror hit has already wrapped filming on Season 3. If Season 4 follows a similar production schedule, »
Storybrooke's in for a zombie invasion.
The details of Martin-Green's appearance on the fantastical ABC series have yet to be disclosed, but TVLine reports she's rumored to have a British accent.
Once Upon a Time returns to ABC on Sunday, Jan. 6 at 8 p.m. Et on ABC.
- Leigh Weingus
Sonequa Martin-Green has landed a mysterious role on Once Upon a Time.
But an ABC casting call described Tamara as "artistic, relaxed, friendly, charming and smart," as well as a fearless leader who is determined to get what she wants.
Look for Martin-Green to debut on Episode 15 and for Once Upon a Time Season 2 to return with new episodes on Sunday, January 6, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
Actress Sonequa Martin-Green is joining ABC’s fantasy hit in the mysterious new role of Tamara. The chracter is is described as a charming and likable woman who’s secretly highly ambitious and a fearless leader driven to get what she wants. Not a lot to go on, but that’s all the information we have right now (I know, rough sledding trying to figure what Tamara’s mythological identity might be from that). Tamara is expected to be a recurring »
- James Hibberd
Once Upon a Time is adding Sonequa Martin-Green to its ranks for Season 2 — if not beyond.
TVLine has learned that the actress, whose TV credits include The Walking Dead and The Good Wife, will appear this season in multiple episodes as Tamara. No further details on the character were made available, though TVLine’s previous intel indicates that Once was initially angling to cast an African-American with a British accent in the part, and that Tamara could spill over into Season 3 of the ABC drama.
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- Matt Webb Mitovich
Whether you read The Walking Dead comic book series or not, there may have been a bit of confusion about the new characters that appeared in The Walking Dead‘s mid-season finale. Here’s some more information on the characters and the actors who play them:
Tyreese: Played by Chad L. Coleman (The Wire). In the comic book series, Tyreese is traveling with his daughter (Julie) and her boyfriend (Chris). He meets up with Rick before the events of Hershel’s farm and was a major asset to the group.
- Jonathan James
The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 8: Made to Suffer
This season has been full of aggressive moves with main characters on offense, pushing the story towards the edge of the cliff. I’m not talking about the fiscal cliff, I’m talking about central characters at the cliff of their breaking point. In “Made to Suffer,” Michonne (Danai Gurira) and Rick (Andrew Lincoln) continued their assault and rescue mission at Woodbury, while Carl (Chandler Riggs) manned the gates of the cellblock when newcomers come swinging their way into the back side of the prison. We got humor, confrontation, introductions, and reunions. One could say that “Made to Suffer” had it all.
Michonne told Rick that she led him and the others back to Woodbury to save Glenn (Steve Yeun) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan). She wasn’t lying… completely. It can be interpreted that she used Rick and the others to »
- Ernie Estrella
There were so many reunions on "The Walking Dead" midseason finale -- Merle and Daryl! The Governor and Michonne! Michonne and Andrea! Rick and Shane! -- but nobody was feeling good.
Life is still miserable for the survivors, and that's good news for us as the action-packed hour demonstrated over and over again.
So much happened that we can't possibly cover it all, so we'll break out the 8 best moments from "Made to Suffer":
Sure, it was just a little moment of comic relief, but we appreciate all the laughs we can get on "Walking Dead." Carol putting an end to Axel's creepy flirtation with Beth (Emily Kinney) was funny enough. But the incredulous look on Carol's face when Axel explained he wouldn't bother flirting with her because she's a lesbian was even better. His response when he finds out the truth: "You're not? »
8 items from 2012
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