The Diaz family is back for a second season, bigger and better, and with a lot more LOVE. I’ve always liked “With Love” as a show and the way it was written because I haven’t seen anything like it on television in a long time. The show touches on diversity, inclusivity, and happiness but it focuses on real conversations.
I had the incredible opportunity to watch ‘With Love’ season 2 and sit down with the cast to discuss the adventures of the new and upcoming seasons. The entire cast expressed their joy and love for one another, as well as what it’s really like to work on set with everyone.
For season 2, I spoke with Emeraude Toubia (Lily Diaz), Rome Flynn (Santiago Zayas), Desmond Chiam (Nick Zhao), Mark Indelicato (Jorge Diaz Jr), Vincent Rodriguez III (Henry Cruz), Isis King (Sol Perez), Todd Grinnell (Dr. Miles Murphy), Constance Marie (Beatriz Diaz), and Benito Martinez (Jorge Diaz Sr).
Not only are the cast members good friends, but they are also family. This season, we get to see the challenges and growth of each character while focusing on a major event. One of the things I like about this show is how a holiday is always at the center of the family’s conflict, and this season there’s a major event that the family and friends must learn to work together on.
If you haven’t already, watch Seasons 1 and 2 of With Love. I promise you won’t be disappointed. Every season I watch, I feel a sense of closeness and “I am home,” which is one of the reasons why the show will captivate you.
‘WITH LOVE’ will be available exclusively on Prime Video worldwide on June 2, 2023.
Dear Readers, I’m not Lady Thistledown, but I’m here to let you know that our favorite Victorian-era show has returned. Bridgerton is back, bigger, different, and from someone else’s perspective… Queen Charlotte.
Despite the fact that this is a brand-new show and story, we are still able to recognize our favorite locations and family members. In this version, we get a look inside the life of young Queen Charlotte, including how she became queen, her early years on the throne, her relationship with her husband George, and new information about the queen that may surprise fans. We also met new characters as well as younger versions of your favorite characters.
I recently spoke with Sam Clemmett and Freddie Dennis, two of “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story’ stars. Sam plays Brimsley, the younger version of the character we met in Bridgeton as the queen’s right-hand man. In this version, we meet a young, sweet, gullible, and ambitious Brimsley who is eager to work with the queen but never afraid to speak and live his truths. Freddie plays Reynolds, a new character and player on the show. Reynolds, like Brimsley, serves as the King’s right-hand man and valet.
The two discussed what it was like to work on an already famous, popular, and well-known show, as well as what it was about the roles that drew them to the storyline.
As a Bridgeton fan, I enjoy this version of Queen Charlotte’s story, and I appreciate a good prequel. It excites me that we will learn the backstories of so many of our favorite characters and witness the development of relationships that may still leave you with unanswered questions.
I believe you will all enjoy the show as much as I did and fall in love with the younger versions of characters who were previously difficult to feel out and read.
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story will be available on Netflix worldwide on May 4.
On Thursday, March 23, Netflix hosted a Red Carpet and Premiere Event for “UNSTABLE” at Tudum Theater.
We had the opportunity to talk to the creators and cast of the upcoming Netflix series that includes Rob Lowe, John Owen Lowe, Sian Clifford, Rachel Marsh, Aaron Branch, and more. Check out what they had to say below.
Some of the additional guests at the “UNSTABLE” premiere include Brian Michael Smith, Brianna Baker, Chad Lowe, Chris Pratt, Johnny Berchtold, Julia Garner, Julian Works, Katherine Schwarzenegger, Maria Shriver, Mark Foster, Natacha Karam, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Ronen Rubinstein and more!
Here are some of the character descriptions below.
● Ellis Dragon (Rob Lowe) is a brilliant, eccentric biotech scientist and entrepreneur. After the death of his wife, he’s unable to regain his focus.
● Jackson Dragon (John Owen Lowe) More grounded and more of an introvert than his father, Jackson has always had trouble living in the huge shadow that Ellis casts.
● Anna Bennet (Sian Clifford) is the Dragon company’s smart, tough, formidable CFO. Able to go toe-to-toe with Ellis, Anna has been (barely) keeping the company on the rails during her boss’ emotional spiral.
● Malcolm Drummond (Aaron Branch) is a childhood friend of Jackson’s. He used to be Ellis’ assistant but has recently been promoted to the project manager. He adores Ellis; Malcolm is jealous that Jackson gets to be Ellis’ son.
● Luna Castillo (Rachel Marsh) is a genius biotech engineer who works in one of the labs with her friend and research partner, Ruby. Shy, awkward, some would say weird, Luna is happy to let her more outgoing partner do the talking for the two of them.
● Ruby Rosario (Emma Ferreira) is also a biotech genius (let’s stipulate everyone who works here is a friggin’ genius). Ruby is outgoing, accessible, and fun, the opposite of Luna.
Rob Lowe, John Owen Lowe, and Victor Fresco are the creators, and Marc Buckland joined them as executive producers. The series will have eight episodes that are 30 minutes long.
On Monday, March 20th, Netflix hosted a Red Carpet and Special Screening for their upcoming action thriller series, “THE NIGHT AGENT,” at the Tudum Screening Room.
Check out the photos from Netflix’s “THE NIGHT AGENT” special screening in Los Angeles.
We had the opportunity to speak with Gabriel Basso (Peter Sutherland), Luciane Buchanan (Rose Larkin), Hong Chau (Diane Farr), Fola Evans-Akingbola (Chelsea Arrington), DB Woodside (Monks), Sarah Desjardins (Maddie Redfield), Eve Harlow (Ellen), and Curtis Lum (Cisco) about their new series on Monday night.
The cast spoke about their characters, how the script attracted them to the project, and revealed who they would hire as their secret service agent for a night.
The upcoming Netflix series got based on Matthew Quirk’s novel The Night Agent, which is a sophisticated, character-based, action-thriller centering on a low-level FBI Agent who works in the basement of the White House, manning a phone that never rings — until the night that it does, propelling him into a fast-moving and dangerous conspiracy that ultimately leads to the Oval Office.
Check out the character descriptions below.
● Gabriel Basso plays PETER SUTHERLAND, a low-level FBI Agent who works in the basement of the White House, manning an emergency hotline for American spies. When a call comes in from a terrified civilian, Rose Larkin, Peter must protect Rose and work with her to uncover the conspiracy that threatens to rock the nation.
● Luciane Buchanan plays ROSE LARKIN, a young tech CEO who has fallen on hard times and has retreated to her aunt and uncle’s house to reassess her life. When assassins come for her aunt and uncle, Rose learns they were not who they pretended to be, and barely escaping, finds herself with Peter, running for their lives.
● Hong Chau (The Whale, Watchmen) plays DIANE FARR, the President’s powerhouse Chief of Staff and loyal defender.
● Sarah Desjardins (Yellowjackets, Riverdale) plays MADDIE REDFIELD, the teenage daughter of the Vice President who is looking to escape his shadow.
● Fola Evans-Akingbola (Call My Agent, Black Mirror) plays CHELSEA ARRINGTON, the hardworking head of the Vice President’s daughter’s security detail, overseeing a group of male agents.
● Eve Harlow (NeXT, The 100) plays ELLEN, an unpredictable killer whose impulses come at a cost.
● Enrique Murciano (Bloodline, Father of the Bride 2) plays BEN ALMORA, the measured, steady hand who guides the Secret Service in the White House.
● Phoenix Raei (Clickbait, Stateless) plays DALE, Ellen’s partner — in violence and love.
● DB Woodside (Lucifer, 24) plays ERIK MONKS, who returns to the Secret Service after a long hiatus, prepared to earn back the trust and respect of the institution he serves.
Shawn Ryan (The Shield, S.W.A.T.) with MiddKid Productions is the creator, showrunner, and executive producer. Seth Gordon, Guy Ferland, Ramaa Mosley, Adam Arkin, and Millicent Shelton shared the director’s chair for Netflix’s ten-episode series.
Seth Gordon and Marney Hochman with MiddKid Productions; Julia Gunn with Exhibit A; Jamie Vanderbilt, William Sherak, Paul Neinstein, and Nicole Tossou with Project X; and David Beaubaire with Sunset Lane Media served as executive producers.
“THE NIGHT AGENT” will premiere on March 23, 2023, only on Netflix.
Damien Chazelle’s latest project is his new film called “Babylon” and this film is like nothing you’ve seen before, nothing like Damien’s other films.
A heavy hitter film with a cast to match: starring Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Diego Calva, Jean Smart, Jovan Adepo, and Li Jun Li. Set in the 1920s, ‘Baylon” illustrates what life was like in the1920 era, especially in early Hollywood, and expresses what each character faced during that time.
I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with actor Jovan Adepo who plays Sidney Palmer, a trumpeter who gets an opportunity to grace the big screen once silent films transition into talkies and sound. Back then, it was easy for famous jazz singers and musicians like Louis Armstrong, Bessie Smith, Duke Ellington, and Ethel Waters to grace the movie screens while performing their songs.
Jovan opened up about the vigorous training process of learning how to play the trumpet, researching what the times were like for black artists in the early Hollywood era, and embracing the culture of the 1920s.
A fan of the era, the 1920s, and the world of old Hollywood, I enjoyed the film and every element of it! I enjoyed the characters, the wildness, the parties, the mood, and everything that Damien embodied in the film and I cannot wait for you all to see it.
Babylon hits theaters everywhere on December 23rd, 2022