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We’re moving ever closer to seeing the scarlet speedster on the small screen, with The CW’s Arrow spinoff The Flash currently filming in Vancouver. The supporting players have been cast, and we recently got our first look at the Flash himself, Grant Gustin, in costume (or, at least, his head in costume). Now, we’re just waiting to see if the Arrow spinoff will find success with executives over at The CW and race its way onto the small screen next fall.
Today we’ve learnt from THR that Patrick Sabongui has joined the cast in the role of Central City Police Captain David Singh. He’s expected to have a recurring part if the show gets picked up to series, which means he’ll probably be doing a lot of yelling at Barry Allen week to week.
Interestingly enough, Sabongui has already had tiny parts in two season 1 episodes of Arrow, »
- James Garcia
If you’re a big fan of The Hunger Games, the film not the book, then you’ll want to hear about The Tomorrow People’s latest grab. A show about people who paranormal abilities is the perfect place for Leven Rambin, who is so far best known for playing Glimmer in The Hunger Games. Science fiction might be the genre made for her and it doesn’t look like she’s going to be backing down from it. I say great! It is always awesome to see an attractive girl getting messy in a gritty science fiction story, even if it is the CW’s idea of science fiction (everybody is ridiculously good-looking no matter what).
According to TV Guide, Rambin will be guest starring in the final three episodes of The Tomorrow People’s first season. She will be playing Natalie, a troublemaking paranormal with no love for humans. »
- Brody Gibson
The Hollywood Reporter reveals that Patrick Sabongui has joined the cast of The Flash as Central City Police Captain David Singh. He will initially guest-star in the pilot, before the role is upgraded to recurring status if the series is picked up. Sabongui has also appeared in Almost Human, The Tomorrow People, Psych, and Stargate: Atlantis. The cast includes John Wesley Shipp, Tom Cavanagh as physics "rock star" Harrison Wells, Jesse L. Martin as Detective West, Candice Patton Iris West, Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow, a bioengineering expert, Carlos Valdes as mechanical engineering expert Cisco Ramon, and Rick Cosnett as Detective Eddie Thawne. »
Dan Stevens is heading to Storybrooke ... kind of.
The "Downton Abbey" star has just been tapped to narrate the "Once Upon a Time" special, "Once Upon a Time: Wicked is Coming," E! News reports.
Stevens will lend his voice to the hour-long recap that airs before the midseason premiere this Sunday (March 9). The special will also offer a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming Oz chapter of the ABC magical drama. The catch-up will feature interviews with the "Once Upon a Time" cast and showrunners Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz.
"Once Upon a Time: Wicked is Coming" airs Sunday (March 9) at 7 p.m. Et before the "Once Upon a Time" midseason premiere airs at 8 p.m. Et on ABC. »
The CW drama series The Tomorrow People follows a generation of humans born with paranormal abilities, who are the next evolutionary leap of mankind. Up until a year ago, Stephen Jameson (Robbie Amell) was a “normal” teenager, but then he learned that he is part of a genetically advanced race that is being hunted down by a paramilitary group of scientists known as Ultra. In Episode 15, “Enemy of My Enemy,” Julian (James Mackay) is back and hell bent on revenge against Cara (Peyton List) and striking a deal with Ultra to help him get it, while Astrid (Madeleine Mantock) is plagued by nightmares after her near-death experience and turns to her new friend John (Luke Mitchell) for some comfort. During this recent exclusive phone interview with Collider, executive producer/writer Phil Klemmer talked about where things are headed next, how challenging it’s going to be for John and Cara »
- Christina Radish
"The Tomorrow People" has been bringing on the twists and surprises in recent Season 1 episodes, but the show is far from finished. Executive producer and showrunner Phil Klemmer talked to Zap2it about what would be coming in the final episodes of the season and teased major deaths, unexpected romances and a whole lot of betrayal.
Zap2it: After revealing Marla's powers and kicking John out of the Tomorrow People lair, where do you go next?
Phil Klemmer: We haven't even scratched the surface of our complications and our reveals. These decisions tend to have ripple effects. I feel like once you blow people's minds, they kind of begin to become desensitized so you have to wheel out some bigger surprises and some bigger heartbreak. I feel like we've done all that. This season is kind of like an avalanche -- it starts with a pebble, and by the »
Another week with The Tomorrow People means another secret will be revealed. Last week, we found out that Jedekiah is still in possession of Roger’s body (and maybe hoping to steal his brother’s powers). So with the show inching toward its season finale, what other secrets do the writers have in store?
We caught up with executive producer Phil Klemmer to talk about Tomorrow’s love triangle, all things Jedekiah, and that Marla twist we still can’t let go. Turns out, neither can Klemmer’s mother. “Moms Klemmer thought that was the coolest,” Phil Klemmer tells EW. »
- Samantha Highfill
But, based on this Zap2it exclusive photo from the episode, the meeting does not seem to go very well for Cara (Peyton List).
How do the two meet again? It all begins when Ultra catches up with Julian and forces him to strike a deal that puts his and Stephen's (Robbie Amell) lives in danger. Everyone else finds themselves in danger as well when it comes out that Julian knows the location of the Tomorrow People's lair.
Will John (Luke Mitchell) have to stop Julian by killing him? Is there another option for a man who appears to be choking Cara in the photo?
The answers will come when "The Tomorrow People" airs "Enemy of My Enemy" Wednesday (March 5) at 9 p. »
Three little words. Ok, so John (Luke Mitchell) doesn't say those three words (I love you, duh) to Astrid (Madeleine Mantock) in tonight's episode of The Tomorrow People, but he does say three pretty important words to her: "I'm right here." "Jastrid" fans are really going to enjoy this exclusive sneak peek at the CW' freshman drama's "Enemy of my Enemy," which finds Astrid turning to her new, ahem, friend for support after her near-death experience. John's remedy? Another near-death experience! (And handholding, that too.) To help Astrid conquer her fear of dying, John decides she needs to face death again by jumping out of a moving train with »
Natalie is described as a troublemaker and a paranormal girl who really doesn't like humans much, according to TVGuide.com. She will appear in the season's final three episodes and will quickly strike up a friendship -- and maybe something more -- with Russell (Aaron Yoo). Together, the evolved-but-felonious couple will have some fun on a crime spree. But then Natalie may threaten to join Ultra, turning against her own people.
Prior to her work in the "Hunger Games" movie (in which she plays a "career" tribute from one of the wealthier districts), Rambin appeared in several movies and TV shows. Her resume includes recurring roles on "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," "All My Children," "Grey's Anatomy," "Wizards of Waverly Place, »
(Cbr) Few actors craft a villain like Mark Pellegrino does: As Jacob, he tormented Jack and the other survivors over four seasons of "Lost"; as Lucifer, Pellegrino made the Winchesters’ lives a living hell on "Supernatural"; and on "Being Human", his dead Bishop continues to haunt poor Aidan. That’s not even mentioning his devilish roles on "Dexter" and "Revolution". But these days, viewers can catch Pellegrino hunting down and killing super-powered adolescents as Jedikiah Price on The CW drama "The Tomorrow People". The ruthless head of a secret organization called Ultra, Jedikiah wants nothing more than to annihilate the next step in evolution, these Tomorrow People, before they rise up and wipe out the inferior human race. However, those goals have become increasingly complicated: His nephew Stephen (Robbie Amell) is one of the Tomorrow People, and so is Jedikiah’s lover Morgan (Carly Pope). Plus, Ultra’s enigmatic top dog, »
- Bryan Cairns, Comic Book Resources
Carter MacIntyre has found a new place to roost. He has joined as a series regular on USA Network’s upcoming comedy, “Benched.” MacIntyre will play Trent, Nina’s (“Happy Endings’” Eliza Coupe) ex-fiancé and professional nemesis. He filled in an as the resident guardian angel on the fourth season of Lifetime’s “Drop Dead Diva.” Viewers will also remember him from J.J. Abrams’ short-lived NBC spy dramedy, “Undercovers.” His other TV credits include ABC’s “Mixology,” The CW’s “The Tomorrow People” and a recurring role on the final season of ABC’s “Private Practice.” Also read: ‘Office’s »
- Jethro Nededog
There are so many great TV series on these days, it’s sometimes tough to remember where we left off with a show from one week to the next, let alone when the show takes a break for a two-week-long sporting event.
The good news is that The CW sometimes releases Producers Previews featurettes that get us back up to speed and prepped for an upcoming episode, sometimes with a good insight or two.
Featurette: The Tomorrow People – Brother’s Keeper Producer’s Preview
- Erin Willard
How did Stephen not know? Why did Marla keep it a secret? What's coming next? Zap2it got some answers in an interview with Clarke.
Zap2it: When did you find out that Marla had powers too?
Sarah Clarke: We started thinking about it about halfway through this season. There were always a lot of questions about how much I know about my husband when he was working with Jedikiah. And I was constantly grilling the writers of just how much denial I was in, in terms of what he could do or was it something I knew about but was just keeping from the kids.
So when it went to the next level, it actually made more sense to me. It was still a »
The CW drama series The Tomorrow People follows a generation of humans born with paranormal abilities, who are the next evolutionary leap of mankind. Up until a year ago, Stephen Jameson (Robbie Amell) was a “normal” teenager, but then he learned that he is part of a genetically advanced race with the abilities of telekinesis, teleportation and telepathic communication, and that this race is being hunted down by a paramilitary group of scientists known as Ultra. As Marla Jameson, single mother of sons Stephen and Luca (Jacob Kogan), actress Sarah Clarke is getting deeper into the action, especially after the big reveal about her character. During this recent exclusive phone interview with Collider, she talked about whether she knew about the reveal when she signed on, what her reaction was to her character’s duality, what makes this family identifiable, what fans can expect with what’s still to come, »
- Christina Radish
Last we left The Tomorrow People, we had just experienced the mother of all twists — literally! Stephen’s mother, Marla, used her telekinesis to stop bullets from killing Astrid and her dad. Suffice all of that to say that Marla is a Tomorrow Person! And a powerful one at that.
So how is this going to change, well, everything moving forward? We caught up with Sarah Clarke to talk about Marla’s future relationship with Stephen, her impressive powers, and the idea of fighting being a family affair (Luca included!):
Entertainment Weekly: Now that Marla can’t pretend to »
- Samantha Highfill
The Shonda Rhimes drama pilot How to Get Away with Murder has signed Oscar nominee Viola Davis to its cast. Davis will play a law professor who teaches an entry level class called “How to Get Away with Murder” and, along with her students, get drawn into a murder plot.
Deadline reports that Upright Comedy Brigade member Drew Tarver has been picked for a key role in How I Met Your Dad, the How I Met Your Mother spin-off. Tarver will play Todd, the best friend of the lead character Sally, who is also married to her brother.
io9 got a copy of what they believe is a draft of the first episode of Gotham. Lets hope there are many more drafts before they film a script. I’m reminded of that terrible Birds of Prey where people kept explaining things.
Greg Grunberg is returning to TV according to TVLine. »
- Lyle Masaki
Feature Louisa Mellor 24 Feb 2014 - 07:00
When Grimm’s makers were looking for their Nick Burkhardt, the job was to cast someone with all the requirements of a leading man, but none of the distracting ‘wasn’t he in that other thing?’ baggage. In David Giuntoli, whose TV appearances had until then largely been confined to one-off roles in comedies and dramas including Grey’s Anatomy and Ghost Whisperer (the latter produced, not at all coincidentally, by Grimm co-creator Jim Kouf), they found their guy.
NBC and Debra Messing are continuing their long relationship with a drama pilot called "The Mysteries of Laura."
Messing, a season removed from "Smash," will play the title character in the show, and her involvement lifts a cast contingency on the pilot. The former "Will & Grace" star will play a homicide detective with a messy home life, where she's raising twins.
Messing is currently starring in "Oustide Mullingar" on Broadway and will film "The Mysteries of Laura" once the play's run ends in mid-March. The pilot will film in New York. »
Debra Messing is headed back to NBC, but this time in a dark drama thriller.
The Will & Grace and Smash actress has landed the staring role in the drama pilot The Mysteries of Laura. The logline: “Drama which follows the life and relationships of a female homicide detective who can handle murderous criminals — but not her hell-raising twin children.”
- James Hibberd
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