Mehcad Brooks aka ‘Eggs’ from HBO’s “True Blood” talks briefly about his time on the show at the 2010 summer sessions of the Television Critics Association on August 1, 2010. Brooks will star in ABC’s “My Generation” as Rolly Marks.
We love Oliver Platt and were very pleased to see him cast as Paul Jamison in Showtime’s “The Big C”. We had the chance to ask him about how his relationship with Laura Linney’s character, his wife Cathy Jamison, “degenerates” in the series. Anything Platt is involved with automatically gets a boost from his presence – “The Big C” is no exception. This was shot at the 2010 summer sessions of the Television Critics Association on July 29, 2010, at the Beverly Hilton.
At the 2010 Television Critics Association summer sessions, Virginia Williams talks up her role of Lauren Reed on USA’s “Facing Kate” which premieres this Fall. This was shot at the 2010 summer sessions of the Television Critics Association at the Beverly Hilton on July 30, 2010.
Dax Shepard talks about legendary costar Craig T. Nelson and his work with the younger actors on NBC’s “Parenthood”. This was shot at the 2010 Television Critics Association “Parenthood” set visit at Universal Studios on July 27, 2010.
Full of Southern charm, Katy Mixon discusses her work on HBO’s “Eastbound & Down” and CBS’ “Mike and Molly” as well as the experience of working with producer Chuck Lorre. This was shot at the 2010 Television Critics Association summer sessions at the Beverly Hilton on July 28, 2010.
Simon Helberg aka Howard Wolowitz from CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory” tells us about the show moving to Thursday nights at 8pm. It seems like from what the “Big Bang Theory” panel said at the TCA session is that they’re all up for the challenge to go against NBC’s Thursday night lineup. We love “Community” but felt that its very late renewal meant that the series was on shaky ground – we hope that “The Big Bang Theory” doesn’t sink what we think is a great great show on NBC.
Peter Krause aka Adam Braverman from NBC’s “Parenthood” tells us about jobs he held while pursuing his career, as well as how the pace of “Parenthood” is different than that of “Sports Night” and “Dirty Sexy Money”. It was a pleasure to talk to Krause – he’s been involved in groundbreaking television, particularly over the past 15 years. We shot this at the “Parenthood” set visit at Universal Studios during the 2010 summers sessions of the Television Critics Association.