The series finale of Grimm takes place March 31 (NBC, 8/7c) with an episode simply and aptly titled “The End.” Whether you’re fine with the end or get depressed with some of the character’s fates, at least Bitsie Tulloch and David Giuntoli will live happily ever after. Check out the video below, as Tulloch talks about how Grimm was a “life changing experience” for her and Giuntoli (the two are engaged).
Severide’s (Taylor Kinney) bond with Chicago is tried and true and that apple doesn’t far from the tree with Kinney. The Chicago Fire star has lived in the city for five years, and though he’ll always have a traveling spirit, he’s found a new home (figuratively and literally). Check out the video below, Kinney talks about his bond with the Windy City.
Season two of Blindspot begins this Wednesday, September 14 on NBC (10/9c), and during our interview with cast member Sullivan Stapleton, he explains why being a crew member helped him prepare for the world of acting in film and television. Check out his answer after the jump.
Chicago Fire returns for its fifth season on October 11 (NBC, 10/9c), and actor Jesse Spencer attended NBC Universal’s latest TCA press tour and talked about the show. Along with being part of a successful program, Spencer has found his footing in Chicago. He elaborates on his affection for the Midwest after the jump.
The Night Shift actors JR Lemon (Nurse Kenny Fournette) and Robert Bailey Jr. (Dr. Paul Cummings) have had different paths in their acting career. For Lemon, a former running back for the Stanford Cardinal, football was his biggest dream and Bailey Jr.’s acting inclinations grew at an early age. During our interviews with Lemon and Bailey Jr., they discussed how they embarked on their respective acting careers.
Sophia Bush is part of the talented ensemble behind Chicago P.D., and last season’s finale had Lindsay (Bush) caught up in a career crisis after handing Voight (Jason Beghe) her badge. But with Halstead’s (Jesse Lee Soffer) life endangered, Lindsay’s days with the unit is far from over.
Jerrod Carmichael has been in development with NBC for over three years, and with a little determination and fine tuning, The Carmichael Show premieres Wednesday night (9/8c).
Just 27, Carmichael’s career is gaining momentum thanks to last year’s HBO comedy special Love At The Store (directed by Spike Lee) and his scene stealing work in Neighbors (director Nick Stoller is executive producing the sitcom).