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SUPERSTORE: ‘Myrtle’ Photos

January 9, 2020 by  
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SUPERSTORE’s Dina (Lauren Ash) reunites with her father on the Thursday, January 16 episode in the aftermath of a tragic loss.

“Dina is inspired to reach out to her dad, Howard (Dean Norris), after beloved co-worker Myrtle (Linda Porter) dies,” executive producer Jonathan Green and Gabe Miller teased via email. “Howard is similar to Dina in a lot of ways, but as they try to make up for lost time, she has to come to terms with the pain he caused her when he left the family.”

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SUPERSTORE -- "Myrtle" Episode 512 -- Pictured: (l-r) America Ferrera as Amy, Lauren Ash as Dina, Dean Norris as Howard -- (Photo by: Eddy Chen/NBC)

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PaleyFest 2014 to Live Stream All Panels

March 11, 2014 by  
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Can’t make it to PaleyFest (which kicks off this Thursday in Los Angeles)? No worries. Once again, PaleyFest will live stream all their panels on the festival’s official website.

Curious what will be live streaming when? Check out the official schedule…

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ALMOST HUMAN: Karl Urban on the Appeal of the Show, Working with Michael Ealy, and More

November 16, 2013 by  
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ALMOST HUMAN star Karl Urban has spent most of the last decade of his career working on movies (he previously was Caesar on XENA and HERCULES), so it took a very special project to draw him back into the television world.

“It was obviously, firstly, having the opportunity to work with J.J. [Abrams, Urban’s STAR TREK director and ALMOST HUMAN executive producer] again, whom I absolutely adore,” Urban told me of deciding to take the role of John Kennex on the Fox series, a futuristic buddy-cop drama. “I think he’s one of the most talented artists currently working in film and television. [And ALMOST HUMAN creator,] Joel Wyman, I was a huge fan of [his work on] FRINGE, so that was a huge draw.”

“And then it was, quite simply, reading the script and getting drawn into this world and getting drawn into the character of Kennex,” he continued. “A character who is damaged goods, a character who is trying to reclaim his life; a life that was stolen from him…living in a coma for two years [after an injury sustained during an ambush], and then coming back from that, trying to pick up the pieces. For me, that’s a really interesting starting point.”

And while ALMOST HUMAN is getting the latest start of all the new network fall dramas, Urban was gratified by the response the show’s first episode got at this summer’s Comic-Con panel.

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