American Historical Fiction Author John Jakes celebrates his birthday on March 31.
Macy, Mel and Maggie use their powers to fight evil on The CW’s Charmed.
Supergirl returned for Season 4 on October 14, 2018.
I had the chance to chat with actor Tennille Read about her broad portfolio of work that stems both stage and screen. She has appeared in some fan favorites, Schitt’s Creek and Shadowhunters, and Canadian readers will definitely recognize her from even more. We discussed her television, film, and theater work, which includes a very interesting production of Dorian Gray. Continue reading “Interview with Tennille Read ( @tennilleread )from @kleffnotes”
In honor of Trans Day of Visibility, the online service Revry, released the four episode series America In Transition. With each episode focusing on a different person of color and their journey being trans in America they are able to showcase a variety of identities and experiences. This is a remarkably thought provoking and emotional work that should be required watching for everyone. Continue reading “America In Transition @REVRYTV Series Review from @kleffnotes”
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.
Halo of Power is the third book in the Mal Thomas series from Jeremy D. Holden. I have reviewed the two previous books in the series already, Sea of Doubt and Valley of Time, and each book is full of twists, turns, and lots of secrets. Mal Thomas is a character any reader can connect with and in this new book they can either experience more mysteries or check out the series for the first time. Continue reading “Halo of Power Book Review from @kleffnotes”
Ten years ago today on March 29, 2009, actor/singer Andy Hallet passed away from congestive heart failure at the age of 33.
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)
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is back October 12, 2018 for a fourth and final season.