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During its eight-episode first season, Resurrection (ABC, Sundays, 9/8C) set up a situation reminiscent of the French series (soon be adapted for A&E), The Returned. Following the return of Jacob Langston, who died years ago, the town of Arcadia, Missouri, soon found others returning as well. Agent Martin Bellamy of Immigration, who brought Jacob home (after he appeared in a rice paddy in China), tried to figure out what was going on aided by the town doctor, Maggie Langston. The season ended with the army taking away the Returned and Marty trying to spirit Jacob away from them.
In the second season premiere, things have changed – radically.
Continue reading Resurrection – Yup, They Went There!
Is it typecasting to cast someone as a matriarch if one is spirited noblewoman, one is a modern terrorist and a third is the resurrected matriarch of the Langston clan on Resurrection? If so, then Michelle Fairley is in danger of being typecast.
Fresh off a starring role as 24’s primary villain, terrorist Margot Al-Harazi, Fairley has been cast as, yes, the returned mother of Resurrection’s Henry and Fred Langston, after being dead for over thirty years. Fairley will recur as Margaret Langston over the course the show’s second season. Can you say ‘dark secrets?’ For further details, follow the jump.
Continue reading Michelle Fairley Joins ABC’s Resurrection!
ABC’s Resurrection (Sundays, 9/8C) has a set up that reminds of Sundance TV’s brilliant The Returned. A young boy wakes in a Chinese rice paddy and is returned to his home in Arcadia, Missouri – thirty-two years after he died. His return baffles everyone – from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent who has taken him home to his best parents and best friend.
Continue reading Resurrection – A Long Dead Boy Returns Home and Secrets are Unearthed!
CHAOS [CBS, Fridays, 8/7C] is a spy dramedy that seeks to expand CBS’ number of procedurals and comedies. In that mix, it is, apparently, trying to duplicate the drama/humor mix that makes USA Network the most successful basic cable network. It’s a laudable attempt, but the comedy too often feels forced onto the procedural. When the two don’t overlap – which is seldom – each works just fine. It’s when the two are jammed together that things fall apart and chaos.
Continue reading If I Told You That CBS’ Spy Series CHAOS Was Chaotic Would You Think That Was a Good Thing?