Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. is a true crime litied series that centers on the dual police investigations of Detective Greg Kading (Josh Duhamel) and Detective Russell Poole (Jimmi Simpson).
“I wanted to find out more about (Tupac and Biggie Smalls) and how it affected obsessive both Russell Poole’s investigation was and how invested he was in it and invested our investigation was and how we were affected. There is a lot of theory about dirty cops but there are a lot of good cops who wanted justice here too and that’s really is what I think people are going to find interesting (with the show).”
Click on the media bar to hear Josh Duhamel talk about why he signed on to Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G.:
Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. premieres February 27 on USA Network (10 pm et).
Edgar Allan Poe once wrote about the idea of our lives being wrapped in a dream within a dream, and the new series Falling Water explores the intimate link between our dream world and waking life. Seen through the viewpoints of three seemingly unconnected people (David Ajala,Will Yun Lee, Lizzie Brocheré), the show’s narrative scope is an ambitious one. Blake Masters, the screenwriter behind the Denzel Washington/Mark Wahlberg film 2 Guns, is Falling Water’s showrunner.
“It’s about the dream world and the waking world,” said Ajala, who has had his share of sublime dreams. “What our show is trying to do is introduce the idea that our dream world and waking world can overlap. And that line can become very blurred.”
“Where I got sold on the show was literally the first thing Blake told me (about Falling Water),” said Lee. “What if we are actually dreaming the same dream and we’re just dreaming pieces of that dream. That is what hooked me into the show.”
Click on the media bar to hear Lizzie Brocheré talk about how her perception and engagement in the dream world has been influenced by her work on Falling Water.
Falling Water airs Thursday evenings on USA Network (10/9c).
There’s a reason why we often dub our reality as our “waking life,” as dreams, even if they are embedded deep within our subconscious, play an important element in our existence. The new USA Network series Falling Water explores that very concept, as three seemingly disparate individuals (Will Yun Lee, Lizzie Brocheré, David Ajala) gradually realize their dreams have a direct repercussions on their journey.
“You have three broken characters characters who go into their dream for some kind of escape,” said Yun Lee. “But then find answers that bring them closer to something that happens during the course of the show that ties them together and (with the realization that) the dream world is real. It’s just on the other side of the waterfall.”
“The base of the show is the idea that we’re all connected in our dreams,” adds Brocheré. “We’re all dreaming one part of a big eye cloud – a collective unconscious dream.”
Click on the media bar to hear Lizzie Brocheré and Will Yun-Lee talk about the importance of dreams and how it affects their own lives:
Falling Water airs Thursday evenings on USA Network (10 pm et/pt).
The USA Network hit series Royal Pains is now is in its eighth and final season is currently the longest running scripted show on the USA Network. A huge reason for the show’s success is thanks to the diverse talents and leadership of actor Mark Feuerstein. Along with Feuerstein, his co-stars and guest stars have made the show one of the best series on the network. We spoke to Feuerstein. who reminisced with us about the history and says each season was its own world. He goes on to say how fortunate he was to work with a great cast such as Henry Winkler and Campbell Scott among them and he’s more than grateful that he landed the role. (Click on the media bar below to hear Mark Feuerstein)
Don’t miss the last season of Royal Pains Wednesday night on the USA Network.
Chrisley Knows Best, now four seasons into its success, was initially known for Todd Chrisley’s straight talking, tough loving manner (as Todd loves to say, “the struggle is real”). However, Todd’s family has also achieved their share of star status through the show’s journey, as son Chase Chrisley has his own podcast and is steadily maturing.
“I’ve definitely learned which battles to fight,” said Chase Chrisley. “I have more responsibilities now so I know if I do this, it will affect me here. I’ve just grown up and I’ve become more responsible and I’ve learned to keep my mouth shut and show respect.”
As the patriarch, Todd Chrisley has nothing but love for his family, even if they make decisions which make his eyes roll. “I think in the four seasons I wouldn’t have expected some of them to fall in certain areas that they’ve taken falls in,” said Chrisley. “I’m still very proud that I have my five children and I love them dearly. We are certainly not entitled to any less pain, suffering, or confusion than any other family in the world. With our (family), we’ve just chosen to let you see it.”
In the audio clip below, Chase Chrisley talks about admiring his father’s loyalty and integrity:
Chrisley Knows Best airs Tuesday evenings on USA Network (10/9c).