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POSTED ON: 11/06/2017

Enos will play War, Faberes is Pollution and Gatewood is Famine — but what about that fourth Horseman? “We are hoping that Death will be played by Death,” writer-showrunner Neil Gaiman said.

Michael Sheen and David Tennant play the respective lead characters of Arizaphale and Crowley in the six-part series based on Gaiman’s and Terry Pratchett’s novel. Good Omens takes place in 2018 when the Apocalypse is near and Final Judgment is set to descend upon humanity. The armies of Good and Evil are amassing, Atlantis is rising, and tempers are flaring. Everything appears to be going according to Divine Plan — except a somewhat fussy angel, and a fast-living demon are not looking forward to the coming war, and someone seems to have misplaced the Antichrist.


POSTED ON: 05/12/2017

Low ratings have caught up with ABC’s The Catch. The slick drama, from Shondaland, has been canceled after two seasons.

The Catch, starring Mireille Enos and Peter Krause, got off to a sluggish start last midseason but got a second-season renewal, largely based on the clout of Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland. The series was retooled heading into Season 2 but the ratings slipped further. The Catch‘s Season 2 adults 18-49 average was a 1.0 rating in Live+7.

Still, there was talk about extending the drama, which had internal support and does well internationally for ABC Studios, and there was an idea pitched for Season 3 that had people excited. But in the end, the network opted to end the series.

POSTED ON: 04/19/2017

Amazon and Channel 4’s upcoming anthology series Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams is rounding out its cast.

Mireille Enos, Greg Kinnear and Steve Buscemi have boarded the sci-fi drama, which consists of 10 stand-alone episodes. Enos and Kinnear will star in “Father Thing,” while Buscemi will be in “Crazy Diamond.”

The Sony Pictures Television-produced series — which counts Bryan Cranston, Outlander’s Ron Moore and Sneaky Pete’s Michael Dinner as executive producers — was picked up by the streamer in February.

The trio join previously announced castmembers Cranston, Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner), Jack Reynor (Jungle Book), Benedict Wong (Doctor Strange) and Geraldine Chapline (A Monster Calls).

Kinnear will star as the caring, easygoing father in “Father Thing,” an episode written and directed by Dinner that explores a world under attack by aliens. Enos (The Catch) will star opposite Kinnear as a mother who is being protected by son Charlie (played by Billion’s Jack Gore), who is the first to realize that humans are being replaced by dangerous monsters.


POSTED ON: 04/14/2017

On this week’s podcast, the actress Mireille Enos reads “A Child of Two Worlds,” an essay about a mother who, after two Western medicine-assisted deliveries, decides to give birth without it.


POSTED ON: 03/26/2017

New stills are added to the Mireille Enos Fan Gallery from the last episode of The Catch.

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POSTED ON: 03/15/2017

POSTED ON: 03/13/2017

This week, Beers catches up with The Catch star Mireille Enos, who breaks down the season 2 premiere, in which Grey’s Anatomy alum T.R. Knight makes his return to Shondaland as Tommy, the brother of Alice Vaughan. Enos also teases huge complications ahead for Alice, as well as what’s next in this new working dynamic between Alice and Margot (Sonya Walger).


POSTED ON: 03/09/2017

Alice and Benjamin are in love and fully committed to each other this season. What does that do to the romantic cat-and-mousecapades that this show was built on?
Instead of conspiring against each other, Alice and Benjamin now find that the world is conspiring against them, so it’s still hard for them to live life as a normal couple. Pete and I always wanted this show to be more like Moonlighting, with our characters fighting bad guys together. With lots of personal squabbles, of course.


POSTED ON: 01/11/2017

POSTED ON: 01/11/2017

Said Krause about Season 2, “The lines get blurred between these two in legitimate and illegitimate way.”

The Catch EP Allan Heinberg mentioned that the case work of the week for Vaughn’s AVI firm “was really challenging” in Season 1, but he felt he “owed the network and the audience the case of the week.”

“They became hard to break every week and took an enormous amount of real estate in the script,” he said. “These cases weren’t allowing me to get to know the characters as well as I wanted. [In Season 2] AVI only will do cases that explore (Benjamin and Alice’s) backstories and relationship.”


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