Netflix has released the first teaser from their upcoming dramatic series, Marco Polo, which stars newcomer Lorenzo Richelmy in the title role, as the famed explorer set off on his epic adventure to Kublai Khan’s court in 13th century China.
Jayma Mays is as friendly in person as you would expect. Mays is inviting and it seems like she is always smiling, and despite having a long day of interviews while she was visiting Toronto, she was in a great mood when I met her to talk about the second season of The Millers.
The Clone Club can rejoice, because Space, Temple Street Productions, and BBC America announced yesterday that Orphan Black has started shooting the third season of the series in Toronto, which will premiere in spring 2015.
Lucas Bryant has a flair for the dramatic. “I’ll pretend that you just discovered me,” he says off-camera before we start the interview.
The third season of Saving Hope kicked off on September 22 by spinning things around for Dr. Alex Reid, played by Erica Durance, and the two men that are fighting for her. Sitting down to chat earlier this month about the new season, which airs on CTV, Durance gave a few hints about where the show is headed, and what’s new for Alex and the rest of the characters.
It’s not every day that you get a surprise call from Edward James Olmos, but last week, that’s exactly what happened when the film, television, and stage star called me up to talk about his upcoming appearance at Fan Expo in Toronto, and his career.
Sean Bean has had a strong career, appearing in some big films over the years, but as any fan will point out, the characters he plays have some real mortality issues. Perhaps with his new series, Legends, Bean can do a little better?
Global is promising an “explosive” Rookie Blue season five finale tonight, starting at 9:00 PM (ET/PT). The episode, “Everlasting”, has 15 Division trying to find a car-bomber, but there are numerous targets around town and only so much time to stop him.
Space has released a clip of our “favorite” “mayor” “Rob Ford” from his appearance in Sharknado 2: The Second One. No, that’s not the real Rob Ford, of course, but it’s still worth a chuckle.
This fall the CBC will be shaking things up just a little bit with a series that bears little resemblance to what viewers have come to expect of the Canadian broadcaster. Announced last week, CBC will be airing the six-part Canadian-produced science fiction series Ascension, which was commissioned by Syfy in the U.S.