8 items from 2015
Grey’s Anatomy fans, you’ll soon be able to set a date with T.R. Knight. The actor, best known for playing George O’Malley during the first five seasons of the hit ABC medical drama, has joined Hulu’s 11/22/63, an upcoming event series from J.J. Abrams and Stephen King that stars James Franco, according to TVLine. 11/22/63 is based on King’s best-selling novel of the same name and will center on Jake Epping (Franco), a high school English teacher who travels back in time to try to stop the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Jake finds his mission threatened by love, the Lee Harvey Oswald (played by Australian actor Daniel Webber), and the past itself, which (of course) does not want to be changed. Knight will take on the recurring role of Johnny Clayton, “a salesman in 1960s Texas who can’t quite break up with his estranged »
- Chris King
Based on King’s best-selling novel, 11/22/63 follows Franco’s Jake Epping, a high school English teacher who travels back in time to try to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. He finds his mission threatened by love, the infamous Lee Harvey Oswald (Aussie actor Daniel Webber), and the past »
Created by Jane Sinyor
Aired on CBC from 2009-2011
Have you ever wished you could turn back time? Of course you have- who among us could honestly answer otherwise? We all have moments we regret in our lives, those tiny little mistakes that gnaw at us from their fabled place in the past. What if you could eliminate them, though, erasing them and replacing them with decisions that your hindsight assures you would have been the better course of action? Would you? And if you would, how do you imagine these events would change your situation in the present day? These are the myriad of questions proposed by Being Erica, a Canadian series that centers around a troubled 30-something who enters into a sort of metaphysical therapy after being approached by a mysterious therapist.
When the series opens, Erica Strange is in pretty rough shape. She’s been fired from her job, »
- Mike Worby
In this final video, it’s time to chat with Orphan Black co-creator and writer Graeme Manson. While, it took great restraint for me not to ask about his episode of Being Erica (possibly the best time travel show this side of Doctor Who), there were plenty of on-topic related questions to pose. Like: Will Sarah ever get to stop running? Or which characters are the most interesting to write for this season? And how has the original plan the show deviated after the first two seasons? Manson also gets a chance to speak about Donnie & Alison and clone dance parties. But I suggest watching him answer the questions closely. Perhaps, if you are as mental as I am, you’ll be able to suss out spoilers in his eyes.
- Jen Ernst
Based on King’s best-selling novel, 11/22/63 follows Jake Epping (played by James Franco), a high school English teacher who travels back in time to try to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Revenge returned last Sunday with the funeral for longtime character Daniel Grayson (Josh Bowman), as Victoria, Emily, David, and Nolan all got the chance to say goodbye to him after he was shot and killed protecting Emily in Revenge‘s mid-season finale back in December. Now, though, in this coming Sunday’s episode, entitled “Madness,” Revenge won’t be saying goodbye to an old character but hello to a new one, when Louise’s brother Lyman (played by Sebastian Pigott from Ascension and Being Erica) heads to the Hamptons. However, from the photos below, it doesn’t look like Louise is handling the presence of her “golden child” brother too well; perhaps she’s having another mental breakdown? Elsewhere in “Madness,” there will be plenty of scheming going on, as the official description of the episode from ABC states that “David finally decides to settle his debt to Victoria while »
- Chris King
The premiere of VH1’s new original series Hindsight on Wednesday took viewers on a time-traveling journey – but did you enjoy the trip down ’90s memory lane?
Before you chime in with your thoughts, a recap of the pilot: Becca (White Collar‘s Laura Ramsey) is about to get married for the second time to quintessential nice guy Andy (Super Fun Night’s Nick Clifford). He’s sweet, responsible and thoughtful. “But did he set me on fire? Well, I was warm,” Becca’s voiceover reveals. She finds herself reminiscing about the past, including her hunky, unpredictable ex-husband Sean (Legend of the Seeker »
New photos from Sunday’s episode showcase the arrival of Sebastian Pigott (Ascension, Being Erica) as Lyman, the golden child of the Ellis family. Though, honestly, how could you not be the golden child when Louise is your sister?
(Side note: Not to be presumptuous, but given their similar attire, could Louise’s brother possibly be a match for Nolan? As if their friendship could get any weirder…)
But because dinner parties aren’t allowed »
8 items from 2015
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