We speak to the “House of Cards” star about her role as Harry Houdini’s wife in History channel’s too part biography starring Adrien Brody.
We talk to the new addition on TNT’s “Legends” about joining the show and Steven Seagal’s rewrites on the set of Under Siege 2.
We interview the former “Veronica Mars” actress about her new role on TNT’s “Legends” and her early career as a child actor.
We talk to the legendary action icon about his dual role as Combat Carl and Combat Carl Jr. on the Halloween special “Toy Story of Terror,” now on DVD and Blu-ray.
Lee Majors explains why Six Million Dollar Man is taking so long to hit the big screen and talks all about cutting Edward Furlong’s hair.
We talk to the former “Heroes” star about her new role on TNT’s “Legends” and the possibility of returning for “Heroes Reborn.”
Neal Brennan and his new show on Sundance Channel look to dissect popular culture with “The Approval Matrix.”
We talk to the actor most famous for getting killed about his new spy series, “Legends,” in which he takes on multiple identities.
The leading lady of El Rey’s spy show “Matador” tells us why she’s not a Bond Girl.
We talk to the film beauty about her new show, “Manhattan,” which follows the development of the atom bomb and the families of the scientists.
We talk to the writers of Cinemax’s new hospital drama “The Knick,” set in 1900 starring Clive Owen and directed by Steven Soderbergh.
We talk with the legendary film actor about his role as the villain on El Rey’s new soccer spy series “Matador.”
We talk to the TV legend about his new FX show Partners, the fate of Sideshow Bob and his surprise turns in action movies like Transformers and Expendables 3.
We talk to the star of “Breaking Bad” and the short lived “The Michael J. Fox Show” about her new role on Showtime’s “Masters of Sex.”
I had dinner with Jon Voight during the Television Critics Association press tour and talked about Ray Donovan and his legendary movie career.
The creator of the “Battlestar Galactica” reboot talks about his new time travel show “Outlander,” and his work on the aborted “Star Wars” TV series.
The film director did the pilot to the upcoming limited series “Wayward Pines” and we got an early interview with him at Comic-Con.
The only comedian who’ll tell you how he got his dick sucked by a transvestite.
Jim Caviezel, Michael Emerson, Amy Acker, Kevin Chapman and Sarah Shahi tease the new season of CBS’ “Person of Interest.”
One of the showrunners of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” teases the new season on ABC.