The Point Broadcast: Why NBC’s CRISIS Is Different

2014-03-31 - 18:01 | Point Podcast | No comments

PT033114NBC’s new hostage centered drama, CRISIS, might seem a bit familiar when you compare it to other shows on the air right now. However, series stars RACHEL TAYLOR and LANCE GROSS quickly point out just why their show is not what you are expecting. Plus ABC drops the axe on ONCE UPON A TIME IN WONDERLAND and it’s going to be a great year for ELFQUEST fans.


The Point Broadcast: The Twists And Turns On CRISIS

2014-03-28 - 16:01 | Point Podcast | No comments

PT032814The new NBC thriller CRISIS is filled with twists and turns. So how does the cast keep up? We asked series regulars RACHEL TAYLOR and LANCE GROSS to fill us in, plus 24 gets a comic prequel and who is talking TV on Twitter?


The Point Broadcast: Creating Creatures With Henson

2014-03-25 - 13:30 | Point Podcast | No comments

PT032414Brian Henson and the company formed by his late father, Jim, are taking their talents to a new reality based competition show on SyFy. Brian talks about why he’s doing the CREATURE SHOP CHALLENGE and what his toughest creations have been on the big and small screens. Plus DOCTOR WHO comic fans get some freebies and Fox stakes some claims in the box office.

 


The Point Broadcast: Another Demise For DROP DEAD DIVA

2014-03-21 - 16:01 | Point Podcast | No comments

PT032114It’s a story that can only happen in today’s TV world. Lifetime’s DROP DEAD DIVA was revived from a cancellation last year, only to haves the network drop the curtain on the current sixth season.  Is it really the end for a show that is all about coming back from the dead? EP and creator, Josh Berman, weighs in plus more with Tom Riley and Laura Haddock on the new season of DaVINCI’S DEMONS (premiering this weekend on Starz). And the POWERS TV show finally gets a home!


Does STAR WARS Make You HAPPY?

2014-03-21 - 12:32 | Movies | No comments

If you are getting burnt out hearing  Pharrell Williams’ “Happy”, then this might freshen it up a bit. Done in the style in thee style of his 24-hour music video, this has familiar  Star Wars characters in locations you might recognize The costumes ARE screen-accurate costumes, and that really is the original set they’re dancing around, some of which was restored by an international group of fans with the help of Facebook contributions back in 2012.