AMC has already explored the world of 1960s Madison Avenue, and imagined another overrun by blood-thirsty zombies. Next up? A look at the immediate aftermath of the Civil War, set against the building of the first transcontinental railroad.
AMC revs up Hell on Wheels
Its upcoming drama, Hell on Wheels, focuses on a Confederate soldier whose...
AMC has given the green light to Hell on Wheels, the network announced Wednesday.
Set after the Civil War, the series focuses on a Confederate soldier whose quest to avenge his wife's death at the hands of Union soldiers takes him west to work on building the first transcontinental railroad. The drama will explore what immigrants go through and problems faced by newly emancipated blacks, all against the...
A veteran of such short-lived series as The Others, Presidio Med and last season's ADA dud, Conviction, Julianne Nicholson has finally found steady employment as Chris Noth's seemingly omniscient partner on Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Before landing her breakthrough gig as Detective Megan Wheeler on the NBC stalwart, the freckle-faced beauty starred in a slew of indie flicks, including Flannel Pajamas, which opens today in New York. Reminiscent of Ingmar Bergman's Scenes from a Marriage, the film chronicles the roller-coaster romance between Nicole (Nicholson) and Stuart (Weeds'
Question: I was just reading that Criminal Minds was losing Lola Glaudini after six episodes and replacing her with an older female who acts as a foil of sorts for Mandy Patinkin's character. This got me thinking: Has a show ever brought back a character from a previous show and added them to their cast as a regular? I was thinking along the lines of Ally Walker's Profiler, Dr. Samantha Waters. It seems like an interesting proposal to integrate her into the show, and her character is so similar to what the team does now. I have always liked Criminal Minds (although I know it's not your favorite), but I agree it seems a bit lacking. Anyway, just wondered if anything similar has been tried.
Answer: The most famous example I can think of is Richard Belzer as Det. John Munch, a character introduced on the classic Homicide: Life on the Street who later joined Law & Order: Special Victims Unit after appearing in crossover episodes of the original Law & Order. (The character has also made
Question: Now that Conviction has gone the way of Law & Order: Trial by Jury, any chance Stephanie March will reprise her role of Alex Cabot on SVU for an episode or two next season?
Answer: According to a source close to SVU, Steph "is not returning anytime this year."