Tomorrow wraps up our four year journey with the Talbot and Holden Families. I really hope that we see that them finding a little peace and resolution so they can move on!
RECTIFY Episode 408 Sneak Peek: All I’m Sayin’
Daniel begins to appreciate his progress as he realizes what his new life may look like, while the old life is quickly disappearing for Teddy. Jon debriefs Janet and Amantha on what he has learned about Daniel’s case.
A sci-fi/thriller story centered on a special-ops team that is dispatched to fight supernatural beings.
I love the fact that this is the introductory film for Clayne’s son, Colton. He’s too adorable! And I’m sure some of you will recognize his other co-star, Christian Kane.
Starring: Clayne Crawford, Christian Kane, Wilmer Calderon, and introducing Colton Crawford
Supporting: Chalet Lizette Brannan, Tumbleweed Smith, and Wendy Baron in Tinker
A reclusive farmer discovers his father’s hidden journal which contains the secrets to a machine that could change the world, but, finds himself distracted when he gets custody of his 6 year old nephew.
Story by and Directed by: Sonny Marler
Written and Produced by: Tom Bhramayana
Written and Screenplay by: Stephen Hoover
a KoCreo Production in Association with TNG Entertainment
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I’ve added a few episode stills to the gallery as well.
- Lethal Weapon > Season 1 > Episode Stills > 1.02 “Surf N’ Turf” Episode Stills
EW – The Lethal Weapon franchise is known for its buddy cop shenanigans, explosive action, and a profane catch phrase about the indignities of aging. But Fox’s new small-screen reboot — starring Clayne Crawford as loose cannon Riggs and Damon Wayans as straight arrow Murtaugh — also has an undercurrent of melancholy.
In a recent video interview with EW, several cast members opened up about the series, with the help of some randomly selected keywords. Believe it or not, one of the most apt was heartbreak.
“It is heartbreaking at times, and I think that’s what makes the show fun,” Crawford said. “Obviously there’s stuff that goes boom, and there’s funny antics [but] we try to ground it in as much truth [as possible], and sometimes that can be extremely heartbreaking.”