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Category: Interviews

Joseph Gatt chats about Teen Wolf Season 4 and his cool, dark and creepy character and why Season 4 is going to be awesome. Joseph also talks about The 100 Seasons 1 & 2 and his character making an appearance soon.

Date: July 14th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Teen Wolf
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Freya kicked off Season 2 ‘heartbroken’ over Killian’s disappearance, and Jenna Dewan-Tatum reveals to Hollywood Life that things will only get worse in her witchy world.

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Freya (Jenna) is torn between two brothers, and to make things even more complicated, she just met her very own twin brother. Keep reading to find out what else to expect!

If you thought that normal men were difficult, imagine them with powers.

Freya’s world has turned upside down, ever since she broke off her wedding to Dash (Eric Winter) who then used his powers, unbeknown to her, to banish his brother Killian (Daniel Di Tomasso) to an island far away from Freya.

“Oh gosh. There’s so much complications in poor Freya’s life in Season 2,” Jenna Dewan-Tatum tells EXCLUSIVELY. “I begin the season heartbroken so that’s where I start — so imagine where I end up after 13 episodes.”

Hmm…sounds like Jenna’s lovelorn life won’t come to a resolution anytime soon. Could it be because her soulmate Killian is lost to her knowledge and shacking up with another lady? Or maybe it’s her twin brother who will end up being the evil child?

Life’s tough, playing a witch!

Date: July 14th | Category: Cast, Interviews, The Witches of East End
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Holland Roden heats up the screen on MTV’s hit series Teen Wolf, but now the star is heating up the newsstands as she poses in the new issue of Maxim magazine.

The 27-year-old actress opens up about her college experience, the current season of Teen Wolf, and what kind of STD she makes sure to avoid on set.


She explains in the July/August issue of the magazine that she had a very gloomy experience during her college years, saying that she worked three days a week and commuted to be able to afford nursing school.

“It was such a sad existence,” Roden explains. “I was doing nursing school in the evening, I worked at a restaurant three nights a week, I was commuting every single day, and that was my life”.

She does however say that her time working on the werewolf drama has definitely made up for her lackluster college days.

“We filmed our first season in Atlanta, and there was a lot of partying,” the redhead reveals. “And there were a lot of gay men who worked on our show, so I would go to this male strip club, Swinging Richards. The dancers wore only Speedos and sneakers, and let me give your readers a tip — Speedos and sneakers? No. Never. Those do not ever, in any sort of capacity, go together.”

We will make sure to keep that fashion tip in mind, Holland.

As for her time acting on the popular series, she says it hasn’t been without its challenges, especially when it comes to werewolf nails.

“With the werewolf nails, the guys can’t unzip their pants to pee,” Roden explains with a laugh. “It’s a big ordeal, so I always joke that — you know fluffers? There needs to be a person who comes in and helps them pee. I keep bringing it up. ‘Anyone need an assistant pee-er?’”

When it comes down to the biggest thing that she has learned while working on the series, she says it would be how to avoid getting herpes.

“Make sure they don’t have oral herpes,” she says; it’s her biggest concern about make-out scenes. “We have a couple of cast members who have cold sores, and when they have outbreaks, kissing scenes legally have to be rescheduled. I am not getting mouth herpes from Teen Wolf. You can take my dignity, but you’ll not take my lack of mouth herpes.”

For more on Holland and Teen Wolf make sure to pick up Maxim on newsstands now.

Date: July 11th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Teen Wolf
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In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Executive Producer Brad Kern spoke about the upcoming third season and how focus will be paid to the central romance between Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) and Vincent (Jay Ryan).

“Now that we have the loyal audience, the goal is to make it more Cat-Vincent centric,” executive producer Brad Kern tells The Hollywood Reporter ahead of Monday’s finale. “We’ll continue to build the mythology. Everything else will service and work around that love.”

Production wrapped weeks before The CW renewed Beauty. With the fate of his show unknown at the time, Kern, who had a previous experience on The WB’s Charmed, approached the season’s final hour with two goals in mind: wrapping up the season-long arc while planting enough seeds to tide viewers over.
The May 8 renewal came as somewhat of a shock — Kern even admitted to being “pleasantly surprised” — but The CW president Mark Pedowitz defended the network’s pickup of a low-rated drama (over other bubble shows like The Tomorrow People), crediting a vocal fandom and Beauty’s international bite for factoring into the decision to extend its life.

Kern talks to THR about giving Beauty’s core audience what they want, focusing on Vincent and Cat’s romance and the “tense” season-two closer.
How did you approach the finale, knowing — at the time — the fate of Beauty and the Beast was still up in the air?
We designed the season finale [in a certain way] because we didn’t know we were coming back, and we certainly knew we were on the bubble. Some people were convinced we were coming back. Some people were convinced we were going to be canceled. We designed the season-two finale to do two things: Reward the audience with an epic “series” finale — which we hoped wouldn’t be the case — and plant seeds that we could build off of if there was a season three.

What was your initial reaction?
I was pleasantly surprised [that we were coming] back, but I wasn’t shocked. The network was very happy with the creative direction of season two — they had seen the last six episodes, so they knew what we were doing and where it was headed. That’s something that obviously the audience didn’t know or didn’t see, so that factored into their decision. They know that the show has a very loyal following who watch every episode, and that matters.

Back in May, The CW president Mark Pedowitz called Beauty “a fan favorite” and had strong “social engagement.” How much of the fans’ response to certain characters, developments and arcs fuel the trajectory of the season?
My job is to keep an eye on what the loyal audience likes, especially on a show like this where there is only the loyal audience, really, who watches on a weekly basis. The mandate from season one to season two was to try to reach out beyond the loyal fan base because the show barely got picked up for season two. We pretty much ended the season with the same amount of viewers, give or take, that we had at the beginning of the season. Now that we’ve tried to reach out beyond the loyal fan base and have had checkered success with that, giving them more of what they want is absolutely something that we want to be doing going forward.

Have you had conversations with the network and studio about ways to expand the core audience next season?
We haven’t had that conversation, but the network wanted us to expand the audience and direction of the show to try to appeal to a broader audience last season. As I said, we pretty much have the same loyal viewers watching every week, but we didn’t really reach beyond it. It’s kind of hard to imagine that we’re going to be able to reach a new audience in season three. I think that my emphasis will be to — as shown in the last six or seven episodes of season two — drive the show’s direction more into what the loyal audience would like to see because that’s who watches the show.

More focus on Vincent and Cat?
It['ll be] mostly about Cat and Vincent’s love. The design last year was to break them apart for a while to try to establish separate characters and to build the separate characters and to bring them back together stronger. The design of the season as kind of interrupted unwittingly. We were supposed to air those last six or seven episodes right after in continuity, and we found out at the last second that they were going to hold those last six episodes. That wasn’t the design. We would have changed the setup if we had known there was going to be a two month break. The goal now is to try and focus on the Cat and Vincent love and challenge it to help them grow as a couple, as opposed to try to break them apart.

Since you also approached the finale sort of like a series closer, how satisfying would it have been for the fans as a finite ending?
On season seven of Charmed, we didn’t know if we were going to be picked up for an eighth season. I had to do a hybrid season finale. You’re kind of neither here nor there. Having learned form that, we tried to make this absolutely rewarding, closing a chapter on the first two years but also setting up what could be the next chapter of their adventure or journey. It’s hard for me to say objectively. We had pitched [The CW] what would happen in season three, but we were working in a vacuum not knowing whether it was the end or if it continued. We’ll leave it to the audience to decide if it would have worked.

You’re bringing Nicole Gale Anderson on as a series regular for season three. Will other recurring characters be bumped up?
They all have to survive the season finale first to answer that question. We wanted Nicole back for season two, but she got [ABC Family's now-canceled] Ravenswood. As soon as she was available, we brought her back. We think she’s an important part of the show to develop Cat’s character and her family background better. That’s something we didn’t get to do as much as we wanted to. But Nicole’s a terrific actress and her character is cool. That’s why we grabbed her before she took another series to make sure we got her for season three.

Date: July 11th | Category: Beauty & The Beast, Executive Producers, Interviews
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