Life Partners: Damian Lewis and Donal Logue Speak Out

by Zach Oat November 18, 2008 10:42 am
<i>Life</i> Partners: Damian Lewis and Donal Logue Speak Out

This season, Life fans were given a treat in the form of Donal Logue, the veteran actor (Blade, Grounded for Life) who came in to play the role of New York transplant Captain Tidwell, the new boss of Detectives Crews and Reese. We got a chance to join in on a conference call to interview Logue and Damian Lewis (Crews) about some interesting developments for the show, including Rachel's imminent departure, Crews' daddy issues and why six seasons sounds about right.

TV on DVD: Tuesday, August 28, 2012

by Ethan Alter August 28, 2012 6:00 am
TV on DVD: Tuesday, August 28, 2012

In a busy week for TV on DVD releases, Homeland towers above the competition.

24 to Life: In the Name of the Father

by Daniel Manu November 12, 2008 3:06 pm
<i>24</i> to <i>Life</i>: In the Name of the Father

"No Zen for Daddy," is how Detective Charlie Crews summed up his feelings for his estranged father way back in the pilot episode of Life. Crews has had plenty of antagonists, both personal and professional, to deal with since then, leaving his parental issues simmering on the narrative back burner. But ever since the bare details about an upcoming episode featuring Charles Crews Sr. were leaked online, fans of the show have been wondering: who's going to play the dad, and what'll happen when they finally meet for the first time since Charlie's release from prison?

<I>Homeland</I>: Is This Showtime Series Actually Fall’s Best New Show?

While we've been busy writing about all the big network premieres, Showtime quietly released what has the potential of ending up as the best show of this fall. It certainly had the most captivating and tightly written pilot of any new series this season (sorry, Hart of Dixie). If the subsequent episodes are as good as the first one, it will definitely be worth the price of subscription.

This is Your Life

by Zach Oat September 29, 2008 1:14 pm
This is Your <i>Life</i>

One of my favorite new shows last year was Life, starring Damian Lewis (Band of Brothers) as an L.A. cop who was wrongfully imprisoned for 12 years, and upon his release won the right to rejoin the force (as well as a big cash settlement). So when I had the opportunity to jump in on a conference call with Lewis, Sarah Shahi (who plays his recovering alcoholic partner) and show creator/writer Rand Ravich, I jumped at the chance, and learned some interesting things about Season 2... and about the actors themselves. For instance, Shahi used to be a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader, and Lewis used to be British! Who'da thunk it!



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