15 items from 2012
According to TVLine, another person with a connection to the Wesen will be appearing on Grimm later this season.
Jason Gedrick has signed on to play Craig Wendell, a murderer currently on his last days on death row. His defense at his trial was that the act was self-defense against the two monsters that attacked him, something that didn't hold water in court and made the man look mentally disturbed in addition to dangerously violent. However, now that Hank has been filled in about the Wesen and everything that Nick's been going through as a Grimm, it might not be too late to save the man from an untimely (and unjust) execution.
But can the two detectives find a loophole to let him go free without having to bring talk of monsters and shape-shifting into it?
In addition to Gedrick's upcoming role, which will feature in an episode this fall, »
- Shilo Adams
Gedrick will play Craig Wendell, a murderer that Hank (Russell Hornsby) helped land on death row. But with only days until his sentence is carried out, Ferren’s claim that his crime was in self defense against a pair of “monsters” begins to sound less and less like the rantings of a lunatic to the man that put him away.
Video | Grimm Sneak Peek — Will Monroe Go Undercover to Help [Spoiler] and [Spoiler]!
- Michael Ausiello
“He saw, she saw. It’s all on the table.”
Though it’s fair to say that the last season of Dexter had its fair share of detractors (especially when comparing the complete adoration that seemed to exist for its prior seasons), Showtime’s flagship series is still one of the best and most entertaining shows on television. With a season seven debut just less than two months away, the network has just released the official poster which hints at the earth-shattering secrets revealed on the season six finale.
As far as artistic promotional material is concerned, Dexter has always been on its A-game. Its opening credits still stands on the best ever conceived and every poster that hits prior to a new season is utterly tantalizing in its blood splattered minimalism. At this point, there’s not much more to say than “bring it on!”
Among new cast members this season, »
- Simon Brookfield
It may be raining outside but here's a full casebook of detective yarns to lift the gloom, from Hawaii Five-o to Danger Mouse
The summer can be a dark time. Everyone else is on holiday, while you're staycationing. You want to sit outside, drinking chilled white burgundy on warm summer evenings, but you live in the UK, where a warm summer evening is a bit like the Snark: you could hunt forever and not find one. Plus, if you do find the elusive evening, it might have wasps in it, and those wasps can be excessively persistent. So best just to stay indoors, fire up the DVD player, and revert to a wintry life of crime. In the words of Adrian Monk, you'll thank me later.
Not in Hawaii for the summer? Well, thank goodness, given the crime rate. You're safer at home. But if you want a »
- Natalie Haynes
Chicago – Warner Brothers has been unleashing catalog titles on Blu-ray at a rate that would strain the bank account of pro athletes. Every week lately sees a wave of movies that have never been on Blu-ray before joining the HD revolution. This quartet is particularly varied with one timeless classic, an underrated performance from an underrated actor, and two moderate action movies. Pick your favorite. My order of preference is as follows:
Photo credit: Warner Bros.
Martin Scorsese’s breakthrough film is easily the best flick in this collection, one that actually makes my top 100 of all time. And it has lost None of its power in the four decades since it was first released. With one of Robert De Niro’s best performances, a confident style that announced the presence of one of cinema’s best directors, and a perfect HD transfer, “Mean Streets” is a must-own. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
The "Dexter" Season 7 guest-stars are starting to roll in - Jason Gedrick ("Murder One") has already been cast as a Miami-area "gentlemen's club owner." Now Showtime announces Yvonne Strahovski has been cast as Hannah McKay, a strong woman whose past continues to haunt her.
A turn of events leads Miami Metro Homicide to ask Hannah for help in solving some old cases. As Dexter works with her, he begins to wonder if there's more to her than meets the eye.
Oooh, intriguing. We wonder what it is about Hannah that leads Miami Metro to ask for her help.
"Dexter" will return Sunday, Sept. 30 at 9 p.m. Et/Pt on Showtime. »
Strong willed, intelligent, feisty, relentless, outspoken. You’d be speaking of Lois Lane or Pauley Perrette?
Actually, both – which made the NCIS star the perfect match as the voice of the resourceful reporter for Superman vs. the Elite, the latest DC Comics Premiere Movie coming June 12 courtesy of Warner Home Video.
Perrette’s raspy vocal tones and spunky, never-back-down approach gives a new-yet-familiar perspective to the animated Lois Lane, particularly playing opposite the strong, traditional performance of Justice League veteran George Newbern in reprising his role as Superman.
Over nine seasons and more than 200 episodes, Perrette has mesmerized audiences with her portrayal of Gothy forensic specialist Abby Sciuto on NCIS, regularly the top rated drama series on primetime television. The role has elevated Paulette’s popularity into are air – in August 2011, she registered the top Q-score in all of primetime television. Not only was she the only female to rank among the Top 10 TV actors, »
- Robert Greenberger
New gentlemen’s club manger murderer arriving & more in this new Dexter season 7 spoiler. According to TV Line, Dexter season 7 has recently casts actor Jason Gedrick to come on play the manager of a Miami-area gentlemen’s club that becomes linked to a high-profile murder case. In related news, season 7 will also bring on a high-ranking member of an Eastern European crime ring, who arrives in Miami determined to learn who killed one of his associates. We'll also see the aftermath of Deb,seeing Dexter kill crazy Travis,so that should be very interesting. Jason Gedrick's acting resume includes appearances in Necessary Roughness, Desperate Housewives, Lie to Me,Boomtown,and Murder One. So, it looks like he should be able to fit the bill. Season 7 debuts on Sunday,September 30th,2012.
Dexter Season 7 Spoilers: New Gentlemen’s Club Manger Murderer Arriving & More is a post from: ontheflix.com »
"Dexter" is rolling out the goodies for its Season 7 premiere. The show already announced the first (of presumably several) multi-episode guest-stars for the seventh season - Jason Gedrick ("Murder One") as a gentlemen's club owner in the Miami area.
Now the show has rolled out the first teaser trailer. A creepy voiceover intones, "Maybe everything is exactly as it should be" while a bloody T slashes on the screen. We don't know what that means, but we're excited to find out.
What do you think it means, "Dexter" fans? Everyone's favorite serial killer returns Sunday, Sept. 30th at 9 p.m. Et/Pt on Showtime. »
Jason Gedrick is the first guest star announced for the upcoming seventh season of "Dexter." Showtime announced on Tuesday (May 22) that Gedrick will appear in a multi-episode arc playing the manager of a Miami-area gentleman's clue that is linked to a murder case. "Dexter" won't begin production until later this month, but Showtime has already set a Sunday, September 30 premiere date for the drama. Gedrick was most recently seen as a regular on HBO's abruptly cancelled "Luck." His other TV credits include "Murder One," "Ez Streets," "Boomtown" and "Falcone." On the big screen, Gedrick has »
- Daniel Fienberg
He's certainly appeared in his fair share of TV flops, but now Jason Gedrick is heading to a sure-fire winner as the actor has signed on to "Dexter" Season 7 in a recurring role, joining the previously announced Ray Stevenson in what fans are hoping will be a return to its glory days for the series.
According to TVLine, during Season 7 (which premieres September 30th) Gedrick ("Luck", "Boomtown", "Murder One", "Necessary Roughness") will play the manager of a Miami-area gentlemen’s club that becomes linked to a high-profile murder case.
One of the most acclaimed shows on television, "Dexter" stars Michael C. Hall, who has earned multiple Emmy nominations as well as a Golden Globe award for his role as a complicated and conflicted blood-spatter expert for the Miami police department who moonlights as a serial killer. The show has received multiple Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for best television drama series, »
- The Woman In Black
It's about that time of year when Showtime starts announcing "Dexter's" season-long gueststars and it is kicking things off with Jason Gedrick, who will play the manager of a Miami-area gentlemen's club over a multi-episode arc. Said gentlemen's club becomes linked to a high-profile murder case of the Miami Metro Homicide division
On the small screen, Gedrick has previously been seen on "Luck," "Desperate Housewives," "Windfall," "Boomtown" and, in our personal favorite, "Murder One," as young Hollywood star Neil Avedon, on trial throughout the season for the murder of a young girl.
There is no word yet as to the season's "big bad." We aren't sure we see the owner of a strip club as fitting that bill - perhaps Gedrick's character ends up on Dexter's table instead? "Dexter" premieres Sunday, Sept. 30 at 9 p.m. Et/Pt on Showtime.
In Season 7 of the dark drama, premiering Sept. 30, Gedrick will play the manager of a Miami-area gentlemen’s club that becomes linked to a high-profile murder case.
- Matt Webb Mitovich
TNT and TBS on Wednesday announced their respective 2012-13 development slates, and among those contributing to the vast array of scripted and unscripted series are late-night fave Conan O’Brien, big-screen mega-producer Michael Bay, crime-drama vet Steven Bochco and funnyman Norm MacDonald.
The “We Know Drama” cabler is currently creating the following: King and Maxwell, a P.I. series based on author David Baldacci’s popular Sean King and Michelle Maxwell book series; The Last Ship, an action/adventure project from Bay (Transformers) and concerning a Navy crew who face a new existence when a pandemic destroys most of Earth’s »
- Megan Masters
In Plain Sight star Mary McCormack, has lined up her next series gig, playing the lead in Kari Lizer’s untitled ABC comedy pilot (aka The Unprofessional). The multi-camera comedy, from Warner Bros. TV, centers on Hilary Pfeiffer-Dunne (McCormack), a high-powered executive who, having dominated the corporate America for years, now faces the biggest challenge of her life when she finds herself unemployed and acting as a full-time mom to her two teenagers. McCormack segues to the ABC pilot from a five-year stint as the star of USA’s U.S. Marshal drama In Plain Sight, whose fifth and final season premieres on March 16. McCormack’s other series credits include The West Wing, Murder One and the HBO semi-scripted DC comedy K Street. She is with Gersh and Untitled. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
15 items from 2012
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