A weekly column highlighting the Port Charles happenings during the past week on General Hospital. Read below to find out what you missed or to refresh your memory in time for next week.
Andrea Vernon and the Corporation for UltraHuman Protection is Alexander C. Kane’s debut novel and came out of an idea he had during an end of year sales meeting. Andrea has been unemployed and while she has been interviewing one of the companies she contacted has a very hands on approach to interviews. As she lounges in her living room not one, but two heroes appear in her apartment and whisk her away to a mysterious place that deploys superheroes. Much like every new job, Andrea has to go through some growing pains, though what she has to get used to is anything from ordinary. Continue reading “Andrea Vernon and the Corporation for UltraHuman Protection @audible_com Review from @kleffnotes”
Proven Innocent is an American legal drama television series created by David Elliot following the employees of a wrongful conviction law firm(Wikipedia).
Proven Innocent follows an underdog criminal defense firm led by MADELINE SCOTT (Rachelle Lefevre, “Under the Dome,” “A Gifted Man”), a fierce and uncompromising lawyer with a hunger for justice. There is no one who understands the power of setting an innocent person free more than Madeline. At age 18, she was wrongfully convicted, along with her brother, LEVI (Riley Smith, “Frequency”), in a sensational murder case that made her an infamous media obsession, a household name and a national cause célèbre.
Madeline runs the firm with her partner, EASY BOUDREAU (Russell Hornsby, “Seven Seconds,” “Grimm”), the very lawyer who helped set her free after 10 years in prison. Their team also includes investigator BODIE QUICK (Vincent Kartheiser, “Mad Men”) and communications director VIOLET BELL (Tony Award winner Nikki M. James, “BrainDead,” “The Good Wife,” “The Book of Mormon”), who runs a true-crime podcast that follows each investigation.
While a hero and a victim to some, Madeline’s bold and bullish tactics earn her a number of enemies – especially GORE BELLOWS (Emmy Award and Golden Globe winner Kelsey Grammer, “Frasier,” “Cheers,” “Boss”), the prosecutor who initially put her away and still believes in her guilt. Despite Bellows’ ceaseless quest to see her behind bars again, Madeline will continue to defend others, even as she fights to maintain her innocence and searches for the real killer in her own case.
PROVEN INNOCENT is produced by 20th Century Fox Television, in association with Danny Strong Productions. The pilot is written by David Elliot. Strong, Elliot and Stacy Greenberg are executive producers. Adam Armus is an executive producer and showrunner. (Fox.com)
Curtis Sittenfeld is a best selling author known for her story collection, You Think It, I’ll Say It, and her novels Prep, The Man of My Dreams, American Wife, and Sisterland. She has also published non-fiction works in a variety of publications. Her original story Atomic Marriage looks at the difficulties of marriage through the viewpoint of Heather Thiesen, who is charged with getting the writer of Atomic Marriage to agree to a movie deal, which he feels may contradict with the message of his book. Continue reading “Atomic Marriage @audible_com Review from @kleffnotes”
As part of CBS Dream Team, The Inspectors is back for an all new season of entertaining, educational and informative television.
I had the chance to spend time with Krista over the Valentine’s weekend and I thought I’d share some of the fun we got up to in the biggish city near where I live. I hope you had a fun weekend yourself and enjoy this little recap. Continue reading “Fangirl Freakouts: Valentine’s Fun from @kleffnotes”
The Originals’ Hope Mikaelson’s story continues on The CW’s Legacies.
Grey’s Anatomy returns for Season 15 on September 27, 2018.
The recent episode of NBC’s This Is Us titled “Our Little Girl” written by Eboni Freeman focused on the backstory of Randall Pearson’s (Sterling K. Brown) wife Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson).
Continue reading “#BlackHistoryMonth @NBCThisIsUs Episode Our Little Island Girl Written By Eboni Freeman Honored Strength of the Black Family via @stacyamiller85 @freboni09 @skelechiwatson @melanieliburd @ThisIsUsWriters #ThisIsUs #PhyliciaRashad #CarlLumby”