The Wire Reunion, PaleyFest
In an age where television is dominated by reboots, re-imaginings and "event series" sequels, there is at least one acclaimed show you shouldn't expect to see back on your TV screen: HBO's The Wire.
Despite being considered by critics and legions of adoring fans (many of whom never watched the show during its actual low-rated run) to be the greatest TV drama of all time, co-creator and executive producer David Simon made it abundantly during a reunion panel at New York PaleyFest Thursday night that he has no interest in...
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The Wire: The Musical
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Andre Royo, The Wire
Andre Royo is not worried about the future. As a child he was drawn to the craft of acting when he noticed how television got his father to show emotion. Starting out he landed roles on Law & Order but his big break took him to the streets of Baltimore and he is now best known for playing the heroin addict and police informant Bubbles on HBO's crime drama The Wire. The show's fifth and final season is slated to premiere Jan. 6, but the 39-year-old Bronx native who plays this junkie so well has no fears about typecasting. "The other roles will come and while I'm waiting to show my many facets and other talents... there are a lot of drugs out there — I'll be working for a long time!" This season, viewers will be treated to another side of Bubbles and of his portrayer, who found himself challenged by the upcoming sober chapter in Bubbles' li