Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Lucas Bryant to Star in the Series "Shoot the Messenger"

Elyse Levesque, Lucas Bryant, Lyriq Bent, and Alex Kingston have been cast in the new Hungry Eyes Film and Television hour-long drama "Shoot the Messenger," which is being produced in association with CBC Television (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation), and ITV.

The eight-episode series, which hails from the multi-award winning creative team of Jennifer Holness and Sudz Sutherland (whose past feature films, most recently "Home Again," have been covered on this blog), is described as a gritty political thriller that centers on the complex relationships between crime reporters and the police. 

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Season 5 Spoilers: Pics Revealed From Episode 14, 'New World Order'

Some new "Haven" photos give fans a first glimpse of the next episode of season 5, titled "New World Order." Members of the cast who appear in the pics include Nathan, Dr. Cross, Audrey, Duke, Dwight and WWE Superstar Christian in the role of McHugh. Check them out HERE.

Series showrunner Matt McGuinness revealed that Troubles brought on by Duke will kickstart the final episodes of the SyFy series.

"The town is a war-zone, with Troubles shutting off entire neighborhoods," McGuinness told TVLine. "Fortunately, Audrey and Nathan are locked down together, which is nice for them. Even in this maelstrom, they work seamlessly to protect the town they love. But as the season progresses, they must take some dangerous solo missions — especially hard as they seem to have grown closer than ever...."

Although the remaining episodes in season 5 are the last for the series, showrunner Gabrielle Stanton told The Wrap that the fans will be given some real closure.

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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Haven Scoop: TV Line

When Haven returns, how is Duke going to handle knowing he’s unleashed all those troubles? –Aimee
As we await word on when Season 5 of the Syfy drama will resume, I hope I can tide you over with this: Presented with your question, executive producer Matt McGuinness answers, “Duke will struggle with the guilt of causing some serious pain to the town, and deal with it in a very Duke way: By being selfish, noble, clever, and brave — in that order.”

Source: TV Line

Friday, December 19, 2014