RadioTimes.com TV Champion
Parminder is featured in a Radio Times online poll to find the 2014 TV Champion.
The second round of voting closes tomorrow (Wednesday) at 2pm BST, so if you feel like voting for Parminder, you can do so here.
ER Season 13 episode stills
Posted on Jul 22nd, 2014 • Posted by Jess in ER
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The Blacklist to be released on Blu-Ray & DVD on August 12
The first season of The Blacklist will be released on Blu-Ray and DVD on August 12.
NBC’s top rated drama series of last season, THE BLACKLIST,arrives on Blu-ray™ and DVD Aug. 12 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Three-time Emmy® winner James Spader (TV’s “The Practice,” TV’s “Boston Legal”) gives a tour-de-force performance in the explosive and winningly deceptive crime drama, playing one of the world’s most wanted fugitives. The well-reviewed series, which was NBC’s top rated program, as well as the No. 1 drama on all of network television last season (Live +7, ages 18 to 49), follows Raymond “Red” Reddington (Spader) through multiple twists and turns as he helps the FBI bring down the world’s most fascinating and notorious criminals. Also starring is Megan Boone (My Bloody Valentine), Diego Klattenhoff (TV’s “Homeland”), Ryan Eggold (TV’s “90210″), Parminder Nagra (TV’s “ER”) and Harry Lennix (Man of Steel).
All 22 episodes are included in thefive-disc Blu-ray and DVD releases of THE BLACKLIST: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON, arriving just in time for fans to re-watch and fill in the puzzle pieces before the premiere of the second season this fall. Special features include commentary on three key episodes and two all-new featurettes. “The Insider: Making Season One” takes viewers through the freshman season with the cast, writers and executive producers, from brainstorming the weekly Blacklisters to developing character relationships. In addition, there are 22 episodes of “Beyond the Blacklist,” offering a behind-the-scenes look at each of episodes. Exclusively available on Blu-ray are two additional featurettes. The first, “Inception: Making the Pilot,” provides an inside look at how THE BLACKLIST was brought to life, featuring the cast, production team, creator Jon Bokenkamp and pilot director Joe Carnahan.
The second featurette, “Rogue’s Gallery: The Blacklisters,” gives insight into the writers and executive producers’ process of creating the notorious criminals on the show. Also exclusive to the Blu-ray are behind-the-scenes character profiles on all the major players, from “Red” and Liz Keen to Tom Keen and FBI Assistant Director Harold Cooper.
For more on the special features, go here.
Postman Pat premiere pictures
Parminder attended the world premiere of the new Postman Pat movie last weekend. Thanks to my friend Kaci at Julian Morris Network, I have added 16 HQ photos to the gallery.
- Appearances and Events > 2014 > May 11th: Postman Pat World Premiere
Television Academy hosts an evening with The Blacklist
A few days ago the Television Academy hosted an evening with The Blacklist attended by Parminder and her co-stars James Spader, Megan Boone, Diego Klattenhoff, Ryan Eggold, Harry Lennix, Hisham Tawfiq, Amir Arison and executive producer John Fox.
I have uploaded 25 pictures of Parminder at the event in the gallery, thanks to my friends Courtney and Ann.
Here is the panel for you to watch in case you were not able to follow the livestream.
- Appearances and Events > 2014 > April 2nd: Television Academy hosts an evening with The Blacklist
I have put up a new layout both here and on the gallery. I wanted a slightly brighter design and Kimberly did just that for me.
I’m still working on tidying up a few errors, so bare with me.
James Spader talks The Blacklist future: ‘It could air for 7 years’
This isn’t strictly Parminder news, but it’s a good article on The Blacklist, so I thought I would share it.
James Spader has opened up about the future of The Blacklist.
Spader plays criminal mastermind ‘Red’ Reddington on the hit NBC drama, which was picked up for a second season back in December.
Speaking to Digital Spy and others, Spader revealed that he does not know much about Red’s future or series arc.
“I work with the writers very closely on this show but one thing I don’t do is push for information beyond what I need to perform the story at hand,” he explained.
“Depending on its lifespan, the stories may have to evolve and develop in ways that you never imagined. The show could be [on the air for] two years or it could be seven.”
Spader added that The Blacklist needs to remain “fluid” and “cannot survive stagnancy”.
“It has to be able to change,” he argued. “So to nail down the creative forces behind this show to specifics that may not come to light ’til six years from now I think is a foolish endeavour – ultimately it would be an exercise in futility!”
The Emmy winner, who will also play the eponymous villain in The Avengers: The Age of Ultron, said that he does not see Red as good or bad.
“He’s a very dangerous man who’s fun to spend time with,” Spader said. “I don’t know if the good in him or the bad in him will win out in the end.”
The Blacklist will resume its first season on Friday, February 28 at 9pm on Sky Living.
Source: Digital Spy.
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