Many of fall TV's biggest stars have one thing in common: They appeared in commercials early (and sometimes, not-so-early) in their career as they tried to break into Hollywood.
Every two years (and previously, every four years), viewers gathers around the TV to watch the Olympic Games, hoping to catch a glimpse of some of sports' most breathtaking moments. As the 2016 Summer Olympics is underway, TV actors attending the Television Critics Association's summer press tour in L.A.
Sony’s under-the-radar video site Crackle—known for Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, if anything—has quietly built up a slate of guy-oriented scripted series. That includes, perhaps surprisingly, several serialized dramas such as The Bannen Way. This Thursday, the Crackle series Chosen returns for its second go-round. The dark thriller stars Milo Ventimiglia (forever Gilmore Girls' Jess) as a dad forced to do terrible things to save his family. Chad Michael Murray (One Tree Hill) and Brandon Routh (Superman Returns) have joined the show for Season 2. VideoWatch recently caught up with the show’s creators, Ben Ketai and Ryan Lewis, to talk about the Web sleeper hit.