ROGUE’s second season — which is now out on DVD — moved Grace (Thandie Newton) to a new role as FBI handler, as she attempted to get her life back on track…when an operative went missing, Grace had to dive back into her own world. (Cole Hauser and Andrea Roth also joined the series for season 2.)
And if you missed an episode of the show (or want to rewatch the drama before it returns for its third season), Give Me My Remote has three copies of season 2 to give away.
In addition to every episode of the second season, the set includes the following bonus features:
- “Script to Screen” Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes: “Casting” , “Developing Characters/Story”, “Inside the FBI Task Force”, “Who’s Spying on Who?”
- Meet: “Ethan” (Cole Hauser), “Sarah” (Aleksa Palladino), “Leni” (Andrea Roth), “Elliot” (Rupert Evans), “Vivian” (Claire Higgins)
- Set Tour #1 with Nick Hamm; Set Tour #2 of Grace’s Apartment
Want to get your hands on a copy? Leave a comment here telling us why by Friday, June 5th at noon PT/3 PM ET! (Winners will be chosen at random, and you must use a valid email address so we can let you know you won.)
Per FX, “The Bastard Executioner tells the story of a warrior knight in King Edward I’s charge who is broken by the ravages of war and vows to lay down his sword. But when that violence finds him again he is forced to pick up the bloodiest sword of all.” The series stars Lee Jones, Stephen Moyer, Katey Sagal, Flora Spencer-Longhurst, and Sam Spruell.
The story of GAME OF THRONES has been showcased in multiple forms, but thanks to RED NOSE DAY, fans got to see what it might be like as a musical. And, as you might expect, it was delightfully messed up.
Check it out…
RED NOSE DAY aims to raise money (and awareness) about children living in poverty. To donate, make sure to check out the official site.
May 21, 2015
While we’re still months out from SLEEPY HOLLOW returning to our television screens, the writers are currently hard at work crafting the upcoming third season. And though the second season went through a few rough spots, the writers are aiming to go back to what worked, versus trying to completely reinvent the show.
“I don’t think it should feel as much as changes, as a return to what we loved in season 1,” SLEEPY HOLLOW executive producer Heather Kadin shared. “Obviously there are changes in the sense Katrina’s not there, Henry’s not there, Irving’s not there. But we really want to bring back the fun in the relationship between Abbie and Crane.”
“I think the big focus is going to be, how do we get back to what people love?” she continued. “How do we give Abbie a real journey? How do we give Crane a real journey? How are those things both independent and complimentary of one another? And we also have to expand the world, so what are we saying about Sleepy Hollow as a place, as a mythology, but also telling closed-ended stories?”
Though there were indications earlier this year SLEEPY HOLLOW might end up more episodic, Kadin indicated there shouldn’t be any sort of drastic shift coming.
by Sarah Curtis
May 21, 2015
Last November, Marisa, Kelly, and I took to the blog to talk about what TV items we were thankful for in 2014. One of mine was David Letterman, and the way his retirement had brought about a renaissance of his whole Dave-ness. Since he announced his retirement a year ago, I’ve DVRd (and not missed) an episode, and it has been wonderful. There have been so many posts on the interwebs by seriously famous and funny people, and underlying most, if not all, of them is recognition that it’s just not going to be the same without Dave.
So many people have shared about watching Dave for the first time, and how it changed their lives. I was born May 1st, 1980, and Dave started his morning show 50+ days later on June 23rd, 1980. So I didn’t see that; that didn’t change my life. My prime David Letterman years were when I was in high school and college, so mid-late 90s and early 00s.
May 21, 2015
WAYWARD PINES will air a two-hour block on Fox tonight — a rerun of the pilot at 8 PM, followed by a new episode, “Don’t Discuss Your Life Before” at 9 PM — and things get crazy.
Check out some photos from tonight’s new hour…
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BONES is off this week, but the show returns next week with Booth and Brennan dealing with the ramifications of Booth’s relapse.
Check out some photos from “The Woman in the Whirlpool”…
With the parental relationships on MODERN FAMILY set from the show’s first episode, the comedy has slowly played with a new dynamic in recent seasons: the will-they-won’t-they relationship between Haley and Andy.
Recently, MODERN FAMILY co-creator Steve Levitan spoke with reporters about playing with that relationship, and teased it’ll be a big part of tonight’s season finale…
Tate Donovan will guest star on the upcoming third season of MASTERS OF SEX, Showtime announced.
Donovan will appear in two episodes as Graham, a “confident scientist whose relationship with Margaret Scully (Allison Janney) brings them to Masters and Johnson’s clinic.”
MASTERS OF SEX has lined up an impressive guest roster for its third season, including former THE GOOD WIFE star Josh Charles, and LOST’s Maggie Grace.
Are you excited to see Donovan on MASTERS OF SEX? The drama returns Sunday, July 12th at 10 PM on Showtime.
The final episode of THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN will air tonight, and the significance of that moment hasn’t been lost on his fellow late night hosts.
While James Corden was speaking with reporters earlier this week to promote his new show, THE LATE LATE SHOW — where he joked they were celebrating 30 episodes of the show compared to Letterman’s 30 years — Corden spoke frankly about the impact Letterman’s show had on him, and getting to follow his final run of episodes…