Ryan Lopez's (Ramon Rodriguez) loyalties are once again put to the test on Thursday's Gang Related, when he has to decide whether to give up a snitch's location to Los Angelicos gang leader Javier Acosta (Cliff Curtis).
Every hero has a dark side on Fox's Gang Related.
This gritty drama, from the Fast and the Furious franchise scribe Chris Morgan, tells the story ofthe
LAPD's elite gang task force. The Wire's Ramon Rodriguez stars as Ryan Lopez, a rising star who's also a mole for drug kingpin Javier Acosta (Cliff Curtis).
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Terry O'Quinn, Ramon Rodriguez
At the end of the first episode of Fox's new drama Gang Related (Thursday, 9/8c), viewers may be left wondering whether they should actually be rooting for the main character, Det. Ryan Lopez, according to star Ramon Rodriguez.
"In the pilot, something very dramatic happens early on," Rodriguez tells TVGuide.com. "I think people will question, is he a good person? Is this a good guy? But...
Terry O'Quinn is accustomed to playing characters who live in a moral gray area (or smoky black area, as the case was on Lost). But on the new Fox drama Gang Related, O'Quinn's character doesn't even realize how murky the waters he inhabits really are.
Fox's upcoming drama Gang Related is out to break down stereotypes.
The series, from the Fast and the Furious franchise scribe Chris Morgan, follows members of the Los Angeles Police Department's elite gang task force as they take on the area's most dangerous gangs. The Wire'sRamon Rodriguez stars in the ensemble as Ryan Lopez, a cop who has risen in the ranks without his team knowing that he's also strongly tied to one of the city's toughest gang led by Javier Acosta (Cliff Curtis). With the clan he's grown up with on one side and his police squad on the other, Ryan constantly finds himself torn between what's right and wrong and where he ultimately belongs.
Karl Urban, Michael Ealy
Fox has given series orders to dramas Almost Human, Gang Related, Rake and Sleepy Hollow, TVGuide.com has learned.
Almost Human, from Fringe's J.H. Wyman, is an action-packed buddy drama show set 35 years in the future in which...
Ashley Judd has returned to her butt-kicking ways, but this time she's going to do it every week on TV. When ABC's new drama Missing premieres Thursday (8/7c), viewers will encounter the actress in a role that will seem familiar to fans of her big-screen thrillers, including Kiss the Girls, Double Jeopardy, High Crimes and Twisted. In a sense, they helped pave the way for Judd to play Missing's Becca Winstone, a florist and former CIA agent whose teenage son Michael (Nick Eversman) goes missing in Italy. (OK, so it also borrows a lot from Liam Neeson's Taken.)
Body Of Proof
A new member of the team! A new man in her life! For Body of Proof's prickly protagonist Megan Hunt (Dana Delany), learning that her boss is dating her ex-husband in the Season 1 finale was just the tip of the iceberg. Here are six things you need to know for the new season:
6. There's a new girl in town: Season 2 will introduce a new employee, Dani (Nathalie Kelley), who drives the van for the medical examiner's office. "I think they did a great job [casting] because what you notice is the people who work in the morgue are not what you'd expect," Delany tells TVGuide.com. "They're often covered in tattoos and kind of hip, groovy, interesting people that work in a morgue, and that's what...
Cliff Curtis has been tapped to star opposite Ashley Judd in ABC's upcoming drama Missing, Deadline reports.
ABC finds Missing piece with Ashley Judd
The series follows former CIA agent Becca Winstone (Judd), who travels to Europe to find her son after he disappears in Italy while abroad for an internship. Curtis will play the director of a CIA branch in London who risks his career to help Becca in her search.
Dana Delany is returning to ABC with Body of Proof, where she works on dead people. After a car accident hinders her ability to operate, Dr. Megan Hunt is forced to start a new career as a coroner. Delany dishes on the new medical series, which felt like home for the China Beach alum. Plus, find out if Nathan Fillion will make his way to her new show.
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5. What makes this series stand out?
Delany: We do have...