six feet under cast

The Sleepy Hollow Tag Is On Fire LOL!

So I made a pot of tea and have been in the tag for the last hour reading as a form of relaxation. It is brill. LOLOL. Finally, the basically dead beast has been vanquished.

All the core actors from the first season deserves better, most especially our little cherubim, Nicole Beharie. Hope Tom cleaned their clock financially for the failure of a third. This was never his doing. FOX and the myopic production team fucked this up all by themselves.

It is nice that the voyage is over. It was over half way through S2. FOX, and its racism, fucked up so exceedingly badly on this one for a show they did not expect to succeed to begin with. It was a filler that shocker of shockers worked and then they decided to wreck the formula because they swore there was a more desireable, loud, intellectually barren audience they tried to appeal to. First clue? These were not the original fans who found something original, novel even to watch that defied the usual stereo types with an adorable, beautiful, talented pixie as the lead, whom happened to be an African American Woman. They decided to deny the chemistry, since it did not fit their agenda and then proceeded to screw themselves and the actors in question behind the scene once the original producers abandoned ship. THAT was the first issue. The core team that hired the lead, yes, that would be Nicole, went on to greener pastures and did virtually no oversight. So the dumb fuck contingent took over and tried to remake the show to their concept of what was right and that was the end…

I am so glad this discussion is done. I am so glad, the show can now be buried six feet under. Onward and upward for the cast and most especially, Ms. Beharie because she has always deserved better. Good luck, Tom. You did try and always knew better, but you are just talent. It is what it is.

Originally posted by shashaaussi

Originally posted by nicolebehariewce

Some information on “When We Rise”
  • When We Rise will chronicle the personal and political struggles, set-backs and triumphs of a diverse family of LGBT men and women who helped pioneer one of the last legs of the U.S. Civil Rights movement from its turbulent infancy in the 20th century to the once unfathomable successes of today. The period piece will tell the history of the gay rights movement, starting with the Stonewall Riots in 1969.
  • Currently in production for ABC’s 2016-2017 Primetime Season.
  • Will be an eight-hour miniseries.
  • Written and executive produced by Academy Award-winning Milk writer Dustin Lance Black.
  • Also executive produced by the Bruce Cohen (Milk), Laurence Mark, and Gus Van Sant (Good Will Hunting, Milk, among many other films).
  • Cast includes Rachel Griffiths (Brothers and Sisters, Six Feet Under), Mary Louise-Parker (Weeds, Angels in America), Guy Pearce (Memento, L.A. Confidential), Austin McKenzie, Emily Skeggs, and Fiona Dourif.
  • The miniseries is currently being shot in Vancouver and will move production to San Francisco on April 28th.
  • Kevin is playing Bobbi Campbell, an early United States AIDS activist. In September 1981, Campbell became the 16th person in San Francisco to be diagnosed with Kaposi’s sarcoma. He was the first to come out publicly as a person living with the then unnamed disease. He became known as the “KS Poster Boy” (even appearing with his partner on the cover of Newsweek on August 8, 1983, marking the first time in U.S. history that two gay men appeared embracing on the cover of a national mainstream magazine), and wrote a column for the San Francisco Sentinel from January 1982 describing his experiences.

Adam Scott did end up scoring a role on the HBO drama – as David’s (Michael C. Hall) love interest for two episodes– but it wasn’t the role he initially auditioned for.

“You know how I got that role? It was me, Michael C. Hall and Jeremy Sisto testing for the role that Michael ultimately got … He and I got to know each other a little bit [during the casting process], and then six months later, they had me come in to play his boyfriend for two episodes,” Scott told TVLine.