Saturday, April 14, 2012

From LA Examiner: James Lafferty Catch Up; Justin Hartley on 'Hart of Dixie'; 'Veep' Advance Review...


"James Lafferty on life post-One Tree Hill & what prop he kept from the show"

One Tree Hill fans, are you still mourning the loss of your favorite CW drama? James Lafferty feels your pain. When we caught up with him in Los Angeles just last night, he couldn't deny just how big a part of his life Nathan Scott and the whole Tree Hill gang, really, had become... [MORE]




"PHOTO PREVIEW: Justin Hartley, Hart of Dixie's new heartthrob?"

The last time Justin Hartley fans saw him on The CW, he was suiting up for a very special super hero wedding, so when he pops up on the next all-new Hart of Dixie it's a bit of a different look for him. Hartley enters the picture as Jesse, a war hero who is just passing through Bluebell and finds himself needing Dr. Zoe Hart's (Rachel Bilson) medical expertise. But the two develop a comfortable banter, and he ends up asking her to lunch...which turns into an impromptu ride into the woods when their date is hijacked by Lemon's (Jaime King) need to drag Zoe along when she drops in on George's (Scott Porter) bachelor party. We promise it's not as complicated, but just as comical, as it sounds! ... [MORE]


"Mid-Season Preview: HBO's Veep"


Those of you who are still young enough to be idealistic about politics might take one look at HBO’s new comedy Veep and think it is a farce. A fun look at the world of a somewhat ill-equipped Vice President and her equally foot-in-mouth staff but an over-the-top one nonetheless. But let’s face it: Veep is premiering after the Sarah Palins and Michele Bachmanns of the very real world have already made their mark, so watching Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) get wrapped up in seemingly nonsensical issues and then make the most politically incorrect gaffe you can in today’s touchy climate hits much closer to home than first glance might expect. It’s exactly that mix of quirky characters and ridiculous behavior that, when set on such a serious backdrop of Washington D.C., makes Veep such a joy to experience... [MORE]

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