"...'The Affair' explores the emotional effects of an extramarital relationship between 'Noah Solloway' (Dominic West) and 'Alison Lockhart' (Ruth Wilson) when they meet in the resort town of Montauk, New York. Noah is a New York City schoolteacher and 'Williams College' alumnus who has had one novel published and is struggling to write a second book. He is happily married with four children, but he resents his dependence on his wealthy father-in-law. Alison is a young waitress trying to piece her life and marriage back together in the wake of her child's sudden death. The story of the affair is depicted from Noah's and Alison's perspectives respectively, complete with memory bias.
"In the second season, the narrative is also expanded to include the perspectives of their original spouses, 'Helen
Day of the Reaper
Five women on vacation are stalked by a hooded cannibal killer in the town of Sunnyville Florida. Silly antics and H.G. Lewis-style gore follow the survivors in this camp super-8 epic.
“You and I have something in common. I have been told that you say you owe your career,” Colbert began before coughing. “I just swallowed my pride,” he joked and then continued. “You owe your career to Jon Stewart, too.”
“He’s the reason I got thrown out of my second high school,” shared Jackson. “If I had actually done something constructive with my time instead of watching his TV show, I probably wouldn’t have had to make it...
“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” announced on Twitter Wednesday that Jimmy Fallon and Tarik “Black Thought” Trotter from The Roots will visit Philadelphia on April 17, where the pair will stop by the home of a sweepstakes-winning family for a home-cooked meal. Fans of the “Tonight Show” can enter the competition by sending an e-mail to SurpriseDinnerParty@TonightShow.com before Sunday with their homemade recipes and a blurb explaining why they want to host Fallon and Trotter.
Think of it this way: when “The Affair” rolls out a teaser trailer with a line about “changing the narrative,” you pay attention, because it’s likely not just some tossed-off note, it might hint at much bigger movements to come. Such is the case with this newest look at the show’s upcoming fourth season.
Per the series’ official synopsis, it follows “the emotional and psychological effects of an affair that destroyed two marriages, and the crime that brings these individuals back together.” This new season will see the four characters at its center — Noah (Dominic West), Helen (Maura Tierney
"I feel like everybody on this show cried more than I did and I was the one who got caught in the loop!," Van Der Beek said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, while Busy Philipps called him the "best meme ever." She even whipped out her phone to show fellow castmate and Bff Michelle Williams, who had surprisingly never seen the meme before. Meanwhile, Joshua Jackson reassured Van Der Beek that it's not how often he cried but how he cried that did it.
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"I love it. It's my favorite thing about the whole show," Van Der Beek joked.
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How great does everyone still look? Holmes told the publication that while the cast has "all sort of seen each other over the years," it's never been everybody all together and "never for long enough.
The series ended in 2003 and after fifteen years, the cast has reunited for the first time since the show went on the air. Entertainment Weekly got several of the cast members back together for the 20th Anniversary of when the series premiered, which was in 1998.
The actors in attendance include Katie Holmes (Joey Potter), James Van Der Beek (Dawson Leery), Joshua Jackson (Pacey Witter), Michelle Williams (Jen Lindley), Busy Phillips (Audrey Liddell), Kerr Smith (Jack McPhee), Meredith Monroe (Andie McPhee), and Mary Beth Peil (Evelyn “Grams” Ryan). Creator Kevin Williamson (Scream
Williamson told Entertainment Weekly he didn’t feel he could provide the show with any new emotional material while commenting on a discussion during a cast reunion, in which the actors pondered the possibility of a return. EW hosted the reunion, which included original cast members Katie Holmes, James Van Der Beek, Michelle Williams, Joshua Jackson, Kerr Smith, Meredith Monroe, Mary Beth Peil, and Busy Philipps.
“If someone else out there could … I would love to see someone else’s take on it,
Written by Christopher Oscar Peña (Insecure) and Dominique Fishback (The Deuce), Hear Me Here will star Anthony Ramos (Hamilton; She’s Gotta Have It), Billy Porter (Kinky Boots), Dominique Fishback (The Deuce), Willow McCarthy (Matilda), Priscilla Lopez (A Chorus Line, In the Heights), Natalie Paul (The Deuce) and more.
For more than a decade, Opening Act has provided free after-school theater programming to New York City’s most under-served public high schools, with past Play Reading actors including Uzo Aduba, Edie Falco, Joshua Jackson, Bernadette Peters, Cynthia Nixon, Aja Naomi King, Loretta Devine, Auli’i Cravalho,
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