Saturday, July 9, 2011

Torchwood: Miracle Day - Ology: Exclusive Arlene Tur Interview

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TORCHWOOD: MIRACLE DAY - OLOGY: Exclusive Arlene Tur Interview

By: Sharon Tharp

Torchwood: Miracle Day is the fourth installment of the hit BBC cult series (now taking place in L.A.) and revolves around this idea that there is a global conspiracy threatening the human race. People cease to die, which causes a huge population boom. The talented new cast includes Mekhi Phifer, Bill Pullman, Lauren Ambrose and Arlene Tur. We got to chat with Arlene who plays Dr. Vera Juarez, a tough surgeon who gets swept up in the mystery and begins to work alongside the CIA in search for answers. Arlene gave us deets on what we can expect, possible romances and why longtime Torchwood fans should give this show a chance. Check out our full interview [at the link above]!

Torchwood: Miracle Day airs Friday nights at 10 p.m. on Starz.


... Q: I watched the promo and there is so much going on. What can we expect?

Arlene Tur: "Hmm. I think it is a show that really challenges the viewers to really think about all kinds of experiences. There is a lot of comedy in it, there is a lot of action, scientific evidence, hospital scenes so you get the doctors, a lot of law scenes, city halls scenes, but a lot of times it is exposing issues and it challenges the viewer to where they stand on that issue whether it be the death penalty or your own mortality even. It’s just very complex. And I love how they include comedy throughout. So it is very entertaining. I was excited when I saw the first episode..."

Eureka - SciFi Stream: Erica Cerra Interview

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EUREKA - SCIFI STREAM: A Conversation with Eureka‘s Erica Cerra

By Chad Colvin
July 8, 2011

Sitting in the hot-seat for this Friday edition of our Eureka interview series is the beautiful and talented Erica Cerra, who has portrayed former deputy (now head of security for Global Dynamics) Jo Lupo since the series’ inception. In our conversation with Erica, she discusses growing up with sci-fi, the differences between her and her character, the Jo/Zane relationship dynamic, and more!

Special thanks go to the Syfy network, NBC Universal, Vancouver Film Studios, Jaime Paglia, Matt Hastings, Eric Wallace and the entire Eureka production team for their support and graciousness...


... SFS: You’re filming Season Five now, and you’ve been living with this character now for years. Are there aspect of her that you’d like to see explored more going forward, that haven’t been touched on yet? Extended family?

EC: "I would love for them to do that and they’ve been wanting to do that for the last couple of years. They’ve been wanting to bring in somebody. I know that there’s been some talk of bringing in a dad or bringing in the brothers or something. Some sort of extension of the family, which I think would be really great. They’ve touched on the emotional aspect. I love doing the fighting and I love doing all the tough stuff so I always want to keep doing that. She’s becoming, with all the seasons, more well-rounded and you’re able to see all the different aspects of her. But family, definitely. Yeah..."

Terra Nova - Hollywood Reporter: Comic Con 2011 - Stephen Lang Q & A

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TERRA NOVA - THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: Comic-Con 2011: 'Terra Nova's' Stephen Lang (Q&A)

The "Avatar" co-star is "confident" Fox's delayed sci-fi series will deliver and appeal to fans young and old.

by Lesley Goldberg

With hundreds of thousands of people attending San Diego Comic-Con every year and the July 20-24 event quickly approaching, The Hollywood Reporter chatted with the big names in television to discuss their favorite memories and tips for attending the annual event. THR’s Live Feed will talk Comic-Con with actors, writers and producers in the days leading up to the event so check back soon for interviews and the latest news on panels and screenings...

Stephen Lang
Geek Cred: Avatar
Upcoming: Fox’s Terra Nova, Lionsgate’s Conan the Barbarian
Comic-Con panel: Terra Nova, Saturday, July 22 11 a.m., Ballroom 20

... THR: With the delays with Terra Nova, do you feel additional pressure to deliver?

Lang: "I feel confident and in it. I have no particular worries; I have curiosity. You learn from fans’ response. I think it’s all about the balance: high-tech, low-tech, dinosaurs, human drama that goes on, trying to get that recipe. Everything in the right proportion is something you can anticipate. It’s a very ambitious series. We’re looking at a large demographic, which is a very interesting thing to do, to look at family viewing again. We’re trying to do it in a way that appeals to young and old, to the sophisticated and to those who are just looking to get entertained..."

Torchwood: Miracle Day - USA Weekend: Russell T. Davies, Alexa Havins, John Barrowman Interviews

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TORCHWOOD: MIRACLE DAY - USA WEEKEND: It’s a ‘Miracle’! Creator and stars talk about the return of ‘Torchwood’ tonight

July 8th, 2011
by Brian Truitt

If you fancy yourself a Torchwood fan, and are also a Starz subscriber, then you’ll want to tune into the premiere of Torchwood: Miracle Day [July 8]. The new 10-episode season shifts the action from Wales to Los Angeles as the two remaining members of the secret British organization Torchwood — Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) and Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles) — team up with a pair of CIA agents (Mekhi Phifer and Alexa Havins) when people suddenly stop dying all around the world, including a child rapist and murderer (Bill Pullman) who gets an accidental stay of execution. I recently talked with Barrowman, Havins and series creator Russell T Davies about an all-new round of episodes for the Doctor Who spinoff, so read below for their thoughts ...



... Q: Developing this as a Starz as well as a BBC series, did you struggle with the balance between keeping old and bringing in new viewers?

Russell T. Davies: "To be honest, the trick to that is not to look upon it as a problem, but to look upon it as a joy. You have the culture clash between America and Britain, you’ve got the clash between old and new, you’ve got the old British Torchwood and the new American Torchwood. It’s exactly the same thing I had to do when I brought Doctor Who back in 2005 and people said, “Oh, that’ll never work again. You’ll alienate old fans, and new viewers won’t want to come to an old property.” All you have to do is relax and stop getting so brittle about things like that. They get very tense and they stew in dark corners considering these things to be problems. Everyone wants to have a good time watching television. I don’t mean the drama has to be fun all the time. It can be as dark as hell, but that’s a great watch, when something’s challenging and vigorous. You simply let down the borders, bring down the walls. You literally let people in. In the first episode, if you’re a new viewer, you’re sitting there thinking “What is Torchwood? Is it an organization? Is it a festival? Is it a disease? Is it a code word?” CIA agents practically in scene 1 are sitting there going, “What is Torchwood?” I think old viewers like watching that stuff, too. I’d be more than happy watching The X-Files when a new character walks in saying, “What are the X-Files? Who are you, Mulder? Who are you, Scully? What’s going on?” I like all the stuff I love being unpacked for new characters..."



... Q: In the original season of Torchwood in 2006, we saw the mystery unfold through Gwen’s eyes. Now Esther is the new Gwen.

Alexa Havins: "I loved in Season 1 seeing her put it together and her mind working. It’s so interesting now — I’m the girl who got retconned. It’s such an honor! [Laughs] Esther and Gwen are very different. Gwen’s the badass with a rocket launcher — she’s this amazing, angry tough Welsh woman. And there’s Esther, she’s very naive and there’s an innocence to her. It was very rewarding for me to play out the season because she starts in this place where she’s not quite sure. Her best weapon is her computer and her brain, and quickly she gets thrown into this world of chaos where the world is ending and being a part of this team she doesn’t have a clue of where to begin. It’s was interesting watching her learn on her feet and stumble..."



... Q: Were you excited to get into Captain Jack mode?

John Barrowman: "I was totally excited. If someone said, “You’re only going to play Captain Jack for the rest of your career,” I would be completely happy and content. I love the role, I love what the show stands for, I’m a sci-fi fan myself so I love what we do in the show, and to be honest with you a lot of things have been huge catalysts in my career. Captain Jack for the most part has literally changed my life, which is the most incredible thing to say..."

Warehouse 13 - SciFi Chick: Q & A with Aaron Ashmore and Jack Kenny

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WAREHOUSE 13 - SCIFI CHICK: Q & A with Aaron Ashmore and Jack Kenny

Jul.09, 2011

Jack Kenny is executive producer of Warehouse 13, and Aaron Ashmore will be joining the cast as new Agent Steve Jinks. Season 3 of Warehouse 13 premieres Monday, July 11th on Syfy. ...

... Q: Are you both fans of science fiction?

Aaron Ashmore: Yes. Yes, I certainly am. I love – well, I mean just generally, like comic books and video games and sci-fi movies and stuff. I’ve always been a big fan of that stuff. I think I read more comic books now than when I was a kid. So I think I’m definitely a big fan of the genre and fantasy and all that kind of stuff. And I like a good escape, you know, in my mind..."

Jack Kenny: I was not – I was, you know, I got into Star Trek when I was, you know, we get into all the reruns for a while. My husband and I used to really get into watching all the reruns of Star Trek and loved it. But more for the kitsch value than the sci-fi value, because it was just so fun to see William Shatner act..."

Torchwood: Miracle Day - LA Show Tracker: Russell T. Davies Interview

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TORCHWOOD: MIRACLE DAY - LA SHOW TRACKER: Russell T. Davies, the man behind 'Torchwood: Miracle Day,' on the new season

July 8, 2011
by Yvonne Villarreal

Russell T. Davies is one of Britain's most influential television writers. He reinvented "Doctor Who," created "Queer as Folk" and "Torchwood," and now brings us "Torchwood: Miracle Day." The fourth installment of the "Doctor Who" spinoff, which premiere[d] on Starz [July 8], once again features immortal, time-traveling Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) and company, this time trying to save the world by figuring out why no one on Earth is dying.

Davies talked to the L.A. Times about the sci-fi series and his career in television...


Alexa Havins, Mekhi Phifer, Eve Myles and John Barrowman

... Q: What was the inspiration behind "Torchwood: Miracle Day"?

Russell T. Davies: "It's kind of a classic story, which is: death takes a holiday. That's an idea we've seen in millions of different "Twilight Zones" and things. I thought we'd build off that classic idea. What if we really took over the whole world for a long length of time? What if it changed society, changed who we are?

I think of "Torchwood" now as a show that, we sort of take situations like this and imagine how the human race would react. We did it with the previous miniseries, "Torchwood: Children of Earth." How far you would go to sacrifice people in order to save yourself? The moral pressure that puts on people. "Miracle Day" attacks the infrastructure of society. Within days, the health service comes under pressure. It's all a domino effect. And it allows for this intriguing thriller to unfold. I'm enormously excited by it...

Eureka - SciFi Stream: Joe Morton Interview

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EUREKA - SCIFI STREAM: A Conversation with Eureka‘s Joe Morton

July 9, 2011
By Chad Colvin

Our Saturday edition of SciFi Stream’s exclusive interview series with the cast of Eureka features actor Joe Morton — who plays Dr. Henry Deacon on the show. In our chat with Joe, he discusses his start in the business, the successes he had with several Hollywood blockbusters, why he feels a need for Henry to be mysterious, the Henry/Grace relationship, and much more!

Special thanks go to the Syfy network, NBC Universal, Vancouver Film Studios, Jaime Paglia, Matt Hastings, Eric Wallace and the entire Eureka production team for their support and graciousness...


... SFS: Henry, over the course of the years, has had kind of a tumultuous personal life. Kim comes back into his life, but he loses her in the accident at the end of Season One. There’s the anger he held towards Jack after, and by the end of Season Two he ends up in prison between seasons. In Season Three, he gets a version of Kim back, only to have to sacrifice her again … and on top of all of that, he becomes mayor of Eureka. So he’s been through the wringer.

And after the events of the Season Four premiere he comes back to find that he’s got a wife he doesn’t know. How easy is it to play that range? It seems like everything has shifted. There always seems to be a flux of Henry’s purpose within the series.

JM: "When we started in the pilot, I don’t think they knew who Henry was going to be and where he was going to go. I just started playing with the idea that he was a guy with a really very, very dark past who’d lived in and out of the bottle after whatever had happened in his past. And he had been brought to GD as a way to pull himself back together again. He was not a team player, and never really was. He was one of those scientists who doesn’t really do well in groups.

As a result of that, they started playing — “they” being the writers and Jaime and Andy — started playing with the idea that because of this dark past and because of his inability to play with others, they kept putting him in situations where he kept pushing the envelope in terms of what he could create or what he could discover. And how that affected his personal life et cetera, et cetera, et cetera — which was for me, sort of pig heaven...

Falling Skies - Go Rogue: Peter Shinkoda Video Interview

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FALLING SKIES - GO ROGUE: Peter Shinkoda Video Interview

Actor Peter Shinkoda was recently kind enough to take some time out of his busy schedule to drop by the I Am Rogue studios to speak with managing editor Jami Philbrick about Falling Skies. Shinkoda spoke candidly about the series, his character, the aftermath of last week's episode, where the series is going, and the series' inevitable upcoming second season.

Alphas - Collider - Exclusive Azita Ghanizada Interview

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ALPHAS - COLLIDER: Azita Ghanizada Interview

by Christina Radish
July 8th, 2011

On the new original SyFy drama Alphas, actress Azita Ghanizada plays the timid Rachel Mizrahi. A sheltered girl in her early 20′s, Rachel has the special mental ability of being a synesthete, which allows her to enhance one sense while rendering her remaining senses temporarily useless and leaving her vulnerable to danger. This Alpha skill has brought her to the attention of Dr. Lee Rosen (David Strathairn) who brings her to his clandestine group of ordinary individuals who investigate cases that point to others with Alpha abilities.

During an exclusive phone interview with Collider, Azita Ghanizada talked about how fascinating it is to play a character that is very different from who she is personally, what it’s been like to work with actor David Strathairn, what Zak Penn and Jack Bender bring to a project like this, and what it’s like to be an Afghani woman, making it in America...


... Q: Was she a challenging character to figure out because of her ability, or do you just focus more on the human aspects of her, when you’re playing her?

GHANIZADA: "It’s the human aspects, 100%. This is rooted in reality and the thing that makes it so cool is that she’s as human as any girl in her 20′s, becoming an adult and trying to find love and trying to figure out how to date and become who she’s going to become. The human aspect is the most interesting part. The hyper-reality of her abilities is super-easy and cool to play. I latched right onto understanding how when she uses one sense, the other senses go to sleep. I looked up things that have happened to real people who have microscopic sight or sound and watched how their bodies are. The sense stuff is really a physical experience for Rachel, so when I play her, what happens to my body is all very physical. That’s not hard to play at all. It’s easy to make it physical. The human aspect is really what’s the most fun and the most interesting for me to get to do..."

Warehouse 13 - Eddie McClintock Interview

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Warehouse 13 July 11

WAREHOUSE 13 - TV.COM: Behind-the-Scenes: Q&A with Eddie McClintock

by Justin O'Kelly

Warehouse 13's third season begins Monday, with a gaping hole where Secret Service agent Myka Bering, as played by Joanne Kelly, used to be (the character drove off mysteriously at the end of Season 2.) So we headed to the show's set to track down remaining co-star Eddie McClintock, a.k.a. agent Pete Lattimer, to find out what's going to happen to his character in Season 3, what it was like playing Myka for an episode in Season 2, and how he imagines Pete and Myka will finally put the moves on each other (assuming she comes back soon)...


... On buffing up for Season 3:

Eddie McClintock: "I spent a lot of time in the gym last year, but I wasn’t as dedicated as I was this year. And the network let me know that I was gonna be spending more time with my shirt off this year ... so I hope that it shows!"

On not getting too comfortable in his lead role:

Eddie McClintock: "Jack [Kenny], our exec producer, reminds me and the rest of the cast quite often that this is Warehouse 13, not Pete’s Warehouse or Myka’s Warehouse or Artie’s warehouse, so if we act up he could have us killed at any time..."

Warehouse 13 premieres Monday, July 11 at 9pm on SyFy.

Torchwood: Miracle Day - Collider: John Barrowman Interview

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by Christina Radish
July 9th, 2011

He looks like a hero – handsome and witty with a killer smile – but Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) hides a secret. He is immortal. That is, until Miracle Day happens and, while everyone else in the world is not dying, Jack becomes mortal. Although he thought he had left the Torchwood Institute behind, when this new, epic danger affects the whole planet, Jack finds himself reunited with Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles) and at the center of events, fighting not just for his own life, but for everyone on Earth.

During a recent interview to promote the debut of Torchwood: Miracle Day on Starz, actor John Barrowman talked about Jack’s mental state after the events of last season, how easy it is for him to get back into the character, doing as many of his own stunts as he’s allowed, and what he would do himself, if he knew he couldn’t die...


... Question: Where is Captain Jack Harkness at, when this begins? With Torchwood pretty much gone, where is he mentally?

JOHN BARROWMAN: "Jack is coming back from his travels. We don’t know what he has done. That is something that maybe will be explored one day, but probably that’s just a piece in time where we figure he has dealt with some of his issues and he has come back to planet Earth to keep the Torchwood name below the radar. He knows that this Torchwood thing hurts people and destroys relationships. So, he knows that Gwen Cooper is still alive, and he’s protecting her from a distance , unbeknownst to her. He’s really the guardian, keeping it all under wraps and not letting it come out. There is a mental state with him, where he is determined not to let anybody else get hurt, and not allow bad things to happen through this organization. Although he loves the organization, it’s had its course and he’s trying to keep it quiet..."

Falling Skies - TV Line: Moon Bloodgood Interview

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FALLING SKIES - TV LINE: Moon Bloodgood: Anne Will Soon Face a 'Horrifying, Cathartic Moment'

July 9, 2011
by Matt Webb Mitovich

There is much for viewers of TNT’s Falling Skies to look forward to. For one, the alien-invasion series has been picked up for a second season, just four weeks into its freshman run. Also, looking to the immediate future, this Sunday’s episode takes us inside the head of Anne Glass, the stalwart but not-entirely-indestructible pediatrician tasked with human medical matters as well as taking scientific stock of the “skitter” being help captive by the 2nd Massachusetts. (Along the way, we’ll also learn something new about the ETs, including what exactly they do with the harnessed kids at bedtime!)

Moon Bloodgood, who plays Anne, shared with TVLine a look at the crucible her lady doc must navigate this week, and the breakdown it begets. Plus: Which of the actress’ past TV series holds an extra special place in her heart?


... TVLINE | OK, so there were especially distressing circumstances surround their death, like how Tom’s wife only died because she took Dr. Harris’ shift.

Moon Bloodgood: "The way it was explained to me is that when the aliens came, we didn’t know if they were hostile, and they were there for like 30 days before they attacked. But people were going missing, and the aliens weren’t responding to any communications, so my husband was like, “I have a really bad feeling about this. I don’t think you should go to work today.” But I decided to go, because it’s my job to help kids. And that day is when [the aliens] dropped bombs, and my husband and child were basically burned to a crisp. The guilt that I feel is because I know that I could have been there..."

Torchwood: Miracle Day - Crave Online: Mekhi Phifer Interview

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TORCHWOOD: MIRACLE DAY - CRAVE ONLINE: Mekhi Phifer on Torchwood: Miracle Day

We talk to one of the hardest working actors in Hollywood about his new series, Torchwood: Miracle Day.

By Fred Topel
July 06, 2011

The BBC hit Torchwood is crossing the globe, both by airing on Starz and by taking the story global. Mekhi Phifer joins the team as a CIA agent investigating the Miracle Day, where nobody is able to die. I caught up with Phifer after a presentation to the Television Critics Association for Torchwood: Miracle Day...


... Crave Online: You’ve played some agency guys before. What are the similarities and differences with Rex?

Mekhi Phifer: "I was on Lie to Me with Tim Roth before. I played an FBI agent. FBI’s a lot more suit and tie. Even though my character’s unorthodox, he’s more by the book. CIA gives you so much room to breathe because it’s hard to define what a CIA agent does at all times. They’re international, they’re all over the place, it’s a very vast job description, which I love about that. Then having the freedom of that allows the character to go to all kinds of places. I’m really looking forward to exploring that, then being on cable as well gives us even that much more leeway than a network would give us..."

Eureka - The Morton Report: Salli Richardson-Whitfield Interview

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EUREKA - THE MORTON REPORT: Salli Richardson-Whitfield Preps Fans For Eureka Season 4.5

By Steve Eramo
July 9, 2011

If you happen to live in the small Pacific Northwest town of Eureka, you never quite know what kind of day you are going to wake up to. Dr. Allison Blake, former head of the local think-tank, Global Dynamics, knows that only too well. When Eureka’s fourth season opened, she and four fellow residents were unexpectedly sent back in time to 1947 when the town was just being established by the government as a base of scientific research.

Allison and the others eventually managed to find a way back to the present, but an unexpected passenger hitched a ride. This altered the established time line, changing everyone’s lives, including Allison’s. She is still a single parent to her baby girl and teenage son Kevin, whose autism has completely vanished. Work-wise, Allison is now Head of Medical Science at Global.

With one or two exceptions, our heroes have so far managed to keep their time traveling secret, but that could all change in season 4.5 of Eureka, which premieres Monday, July 11th @ 8:00 p.m. EST/PST on Syfy.

Earlier this year, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, who plays Allison, along with the rest of the Eureka cast and crew returned to Vancouver to begin filming the show’s fifth season. The busy wife, mother and actress recently took some time out of her day to speak with reporters about her work on the series. Here are some highlights from that Q & A. Enjoy!


... Q: You and Colin Ferguson (Sheriff Jack Carter) are really fun to watch onscreen together and you have great chemistry. Can you talk a little bit about that process and how it has evolved?

Salli Richardson-Whitfield: "You never know if you’re going to have chemistry with someone, and ours it’s just naturally there. It’s been that way since the very beginning when Colin and I did our first scene together. I feel corny when I say this, but there’s something that clicks, because off-camera we’re very brotherly/sisterly and joke around, especially when it comes to, “Oh, God, Allison and Jack have to kiss.”

As soon as the camera starts rolling, though, and I look into Colin’s eyes, there’s something that clicks. I always find an instant connection that makes all my emotions sort of come right to the forefront and I feel everything that I’m saying to him...


Colin Ferguson and Salli Richardson-Whitfield

Torchwood: Miracle Day - Den of Geek: Eve Myles Interview

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TORCHWOOD: MIRACLE DAY - DEN OF GEEK: Eve Myles interview: Torchwood, Miracle Day, a Torchwood movie and Hannah Montana

The terrific Eve Myles brings us up to date with the world of Gwen Cooper, as she chats to us about Torchwood: Miracle Day…

by Simon Brew
Published on Jul 6, 2011

One of the few constants of Torchwood since day one, Eve Myles has headed to America for the shoot of the soon-to-start Torchwood: Miracle Day.

We caught up with her twice to talk about the project. Firstly, just after shooting started earlier this year, and more recently, at the UK press launch, once production was complete. And here's what she had to say...


... And we caught up with Eve a few months later at the official UK press launch for Miracle Day...

... Q: Which of the pinch yourself moments particularly stands out? The helicopter on Roscilly Beach in Wales?

Eve Myles: "That was one of the best days I've ever had filming. A beautiful beach, a beach I'm very used to. With a bazooka, a jeep, two helicopters, Mekhi Phifer and John Barrowman."

Q: Was Mekhi Phifer singing too?

Eve Myles: [Laughs] "That would have been great! Mekhi Phifer actually gave the quote of the entire series. He started the big jeep run, and he was going, "Yeah, man. This is what this job is all about! This is why we do this, man.

Cut to fifteen minutes later, he was freezing cold. "What is going on? Where are the heaters? This is too cold! Man, it's too cold!

That, and I think there's huge standout moments in the entire thing for me. And there's one with someone I really wanted to work with. And I said before I even found out that she'd got the part, I was asked who would be your ideal cast co-star..."


Chaos - MSN TV: Tonight's Picks Jul 9 '11 - CBS 8/7C

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MSN TV: Tonight's Picks Saturday, July 9, 2011


8:00 PM, CBS

A dying Middle Eastern dictator is about to choose his successor, and the CIA wants in. Specifically, the agency wants him to designate someone other than his son, who has dangerous, violent tendencies. The CHAOS agents go under cover to get close to the man in an effort to influence his decision in the new episode "Mincemeat." Freddy Rodriguez, Eric Close, James Murray, Tim Blake Nelson and Kurtwood Smith star.

NOTE: Guest stars include Stargate SG-1's Tony Amendola (Bra'Tac) as Mehrak and Alisen Down as Dr. Sheila Levine.