Necessary Roughness (2011–2013)
It's only been a few years since the SAG Award for female actor in a drama could go to Maggie Smith for five minutes of expert sarcasm on Downton Abbey. Well, everybody loves a Dame.
Now, as a winter of award nominations looms, it's the best actress fields that are clearly the most competitive on the TV side, the categories most...
Gilmore Girls vet Scott Cohen has booked a recurring role on the sixth and final season of the FX spy drama The Americans, per The Hollywood Reporter.
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Cohen — whose other TV credits include Allegiance, The Carrie Diaries and Necessary Roughness — will play Glenn Haskard, a member of a State Department negotiating team that Russian secret agent Elizabeth Jennings is covertly working against.
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Gilmore Girls grad Scott Cohen is set to recur on season six of the FX spy drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Cohen will play Glenn Haskard, a member of a State Department negotiating team that Elizabeth Jennings (Keri Russell) is starting to covertly work against.
Best known for his role as Max Medina on the beloved Amy Sherman-Palladino family drama, Cohen's other credits include another spy drama, NBC's Allegiance, Necessary Roughness, NYPD Blue and Love & Other Drugs. He is repped by Gersh, One Entertainment and Jackoway Tyerman.
The acclaimed spy drama has been plotting the...
Sarit Klein is a make-up department head for TV and film, known for her work on films like The Smurfs, When in Rome and Descent, and many popular television shows like Nurse Jackie, Necessary Roughness and Unforgettable. Most recently she has been the go-to makeup person for all the original Marvel series on Netflix, including Daredevil, Iron Fist, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones, and for the upcoming The Defenders. We asked her about doing makeup for all these different shows and how she kept it all straight when combining the different shows into The Defenders, television’s version of The Avengers.
Let’s start with Daredevil. He gets the crap kicked out of him on a regular basis. How do you create realistic bruises and gashes, especially in the facial area?
We try to stay away from the “beauty zone,” the
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The as-yet-untitled project stars Reba McEntire as Ruby Adair, a small-town Kentucky sheriff whose “red state outlook” is challenged when a young FBI agent of Middle Eastern descent is sent to help her solve a horrific crime. Together they form an uneasy alliance as Ruby takes the agent behind the lace curtains of this Southern gothic community to meet an assortment of bizarre characters,
The series, which will air its first season finale on September 8, has been garnering a steady audience of a little over 2 million viewers in live+7, half of which are in the coveted demo.
It's been cable's number one program throughout its run.
Queen of the South stars Alice Brage as Teresa Mendoza, Verónica Falcón as Camila Vargas, Justina Machado as Brenda Parra, Peter Gadiot as James Valdez, Hemky Madera as Pote Galvez and Gerardo Taracena as Cesar “Batman” Guemes.
Telemundo first adapted the book upon with the show is based, La Reina Del Sur, and it was a massive success.
The actress who plays Teresa Mendoza in the Telemundo version, Kate Del Castillo, found herself implicated in the El Chapo saga this past January, bringing some attention to the title before USA had a chance to bring its series to air.
The series follows the story of Teresa,
The drama set in the world of Mexican drug cartels is based on the book “La Reina Del Sur,” which inspired the hugely popular telenovela on Telemundo, USA’s Spanish-language sister network. “Queen of the South” stars Alice Braga as Teresa Mendoza, a woman who inadvertently becomes drawn into the world of high-stakes drug trafficking when her drug-dealer boyfriend is murdered.
The first season spans 13 episodes, and is set to finish its run on Sept. 15. The show opened to 1.39 million viewers, and though the audience has slightly dipped throughout the run, it’s held steady with the most recent episode attracting 1.2 million viewers.
Chaidez served as executive producer on Syfy’s “12 Monkeys” and as co-executive producer on Fox’s “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” and
A hot doctor named Brock Holt.
Shortly after the cancelation of his Fox comedy, Grandfathered, he's been added to Scream Queens Season 2 as a series regular.
It's also not the first time Stamos has worked with Scream Queens boss, Ryan Murphy.
Stamos was a guest star on two previous Murphy series, including Glee and The New Normal.
So just who is this Dr. Brock Holt?
If you recall, Scream Queens is leaving the college campus of Season 1 and moving into a hospital location where a terrifyingly funny mystery will begin once again.
Some of the most fascinating and bizarre medical cases are under investigation at said hospital (of course).
Dr. Holt is the hospitals brilliant, but secretive, head surgeon.
Does that give anybody else a case of the willies? Imagining Stamos with his bright smile,
He’ll play a special agent who is a member of the FBI Fugitive Task Force and joins the Behavioral Analysis Unit, and will be introduced in the Season 12 premiere.
“We’re all big fans of Adam’s and are excited to welcome him back to the CBS family as part of the terrific cast of ‘Criminal Minds,'” said Glenn Geller, President, CBS Entertainment.
“We’re thrilled to introduce a new special agent by adding the very talented Adam Rodriguez to our amazing cast,” said Erica Messer, executive producer and showrunner on the long-running procedural. “We have exciting storylines planned for his character and the entire Bau team as we head into our 12th season.”
Rodriguez was most recently seen in recurring roles on “Jane the Virgin” and “Empire.
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Last season, the S.T.A.R. Labs Particle Accelerator exploded, creating a dark matter storm that struck forensic scientist Barry Allen — bestowing him with super-speed and making him the fastest man alive. But Barry wasn’t the only person who was given extraordinary abilities that night. The dark matter also created meta-humans — many of whom have wreaked havoc on the city. With the help of the S.T.A.R Labs team, Caitlin Snow, Cisco Ramon and Dr. Harrison Wells, Barry protects the people of Central City from these powerful new threats as The Flash. Following the defeat of Allen’s arch-nemesis
Last season, the S.T.A.R. Labs Particle Accelerator exploded, creating a dark matter storm that struck forensic scientist Barry Allen — bestowing him with super-speed and making him the fastest man alive. But Barry wasn’t the only person who was given extraordinary abilities that night.
The actor has nabbed a guest-starring role on an upcoming hour of Blindspot, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Charles will appear in Episode 12 — set to air after the NBC drama returns from winter hiatus — as Charlie Napier, an Army sergeant who has something mysterious in common with Jane.
Though he is best known for Fnl and Grey’s Anatomy, Charles’ TV credits also include Aquarius and Necessary Roughness.
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Created by Peter Magnusson and Martin Persson. Developed for Us television by Noah Hawley.
Produced by ABC Studios, Stockholm-Copenhagen Productions, 26 Keys Productions
Aired on ABC for 1 season (8 episodes, 6 unaired) from September 23, 2010 – September 30, 2010
Michael Stahl-David as Steven Foster “The Overachiever”
Daniella Alonso as Brenda Serrano “The Brain”
Mehcad Brooks as Rolly Marks “The Jock”
Kelli Garner as Dawn Barbuso “The Punk”
Jaime King as Jacqueline Vachs “The Beauty Queen”
Julian Morris as Anders Holt “The Rich Kid”
Keir O’Donnell as Kenneth Finley “The Nerd”
Sebastian Sozi as the Falcon “The Rock Star”
Anne Son as Caroline Chung “The Wallflower”
The show is essentially a fake docudrama TV series that purportedly began in the year 2000, wherein the documentary crew followed a group of nine graduating students from a high school in Austin, Texas and interviewed them about their current lives, interests, career goals, and aspirations after they graduate.
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