Watch a sneak peek of AMC'??s new original series RUBICON No Honesty in Men Episode 9 which airs on Sunday September 19 at 9 pm. Episode Synopsis: Will decides to move out of his apartment. A new analyst joins the team. Katherine reaches out to Tom'??s ex-wife for answers about his past. Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek of AMCâs new original series RUBICON No Honesty in Men Episode 9 which airs on Sunday September 19 at 9 pm. Episode Synopsis: Will decides to move out of his apartment. A new analyst joins the team. Katherine reaches out to Tomâs ex-wife for answers about his past. Source & Preview
The Juilliard-trained actor (who, ironically, is originally from Houston) has spent the summer swiping scenes on AMC's paranoid thriller as American Policy Institute wonk Miles Fiedler. Whether he's flirting with a coworker or fretting over a security breach, Roberts makes his character's squirreliness compelling. Rubicon's making good use of several theater veterans, including Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Michael Cristofer and August Wilson alum Roger Robinson. In that sense, it could become the new Law & Order, on which Roberts played three different guest roles over the years. He's parlaying his newfound visibility into his most high-profile role yet, as Julianna Margulies' gay brother on Season 2 of The Good Wife. Has Dallas Roberts caught your eye on Rubicon? Source Here
There are renaissance men in this world, and then there's Michael Cristofer. He's currently kicking keister on Rubicon as eccentric intelligence czar Truxton Spangler - a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside a trench coat - but acting hasn't always been his thing. In fact, Cristofer is way better known as a playwright (he won the Pulitzer Prize and a Tony for "The Shadow Box") and film scribe (The Witches of Eastwick), and he's also an acclaimed director (his HBO movie Gia made Angelina Jolie world famous). Now he's penning his first opera, a tragedy about gay 1960s prizefighter Emile Griffith. To Read More Click Here .
It's a few hours into a June day of shooting on the New York set of AMC's Rubicon. The set is breathlessly quiet, and the show's star, James Badge Dale, is staring at a photograph. The quiet is finally broken when Dale's character, Will Travers, begins jotting down notes on index cards with a Sharpie. That's right: With four episodes of the conspiracy thriller's first season left to shoot, there are no car bombs, no sniper fire, no creepy phone calls â just the squeak of the marker moving over paper. To Read More Click Here .
Check out a preview for AMC's new original series RUBICON Episode 4 The Outsider which airs on Sunday August 15 at 9 pm. Episode Synopsis: Truxton invites Will on a business trip to DC, leaving the team to make a very important governmental decision on their own. Katherineâs attempt to move on is derailed when she finds a suspicious voicemail on Tomâs cell phone from the day before he died. Source & Preview
The two-hour premiere of AMC 's conspiracy thriller Rubicon delivered 2 million viewers Sunday, making it the highest-rated series debut in the network's history. AMC previewed the series for viewers by showing the first hour of Rubicon in both June and July, immediately following the Season 3 finale of Breaking Bad and Mad Men's fourth season premiere, respectively. Following Rubicon, the second episode of Mad Men drew 2.5 million viewers, a tally on par with last week's premiere. Source Here
With complex plots cloaked in mystery, Rubicon is not going to be every TV viewer's cup of tea - and that's OK, star James Badge Dale says. "What we try to concentrate on is people who do want to sit down and be told a story and be told a story in this manner," he tells TVGuide.com. "It's a subtle story, but it's a very specific story." Dale plays Will Travers, an analyst at a New York think thank who stumbles across a conspiracy. "It's very important that the audience is never behind or ahead, and that we can kind of go on this journey together," Dale says. Rubicon premieres Sunday at 8/7c on AMC. Source & Video
While we at SideReel like to treat every week like it's Shark Week , this week actually is ! Also, the next installment of the Real Housewives franchise kicks off on Thursday with The Real Housewives of D.C. , including the infamous White House party crasher! But if that's not enough weekly drama for you, be sure to look into the next season of Bad Girls Club, which takes up a new summer residence in Miami (I wonder if they partied with the Jersey Shore crew?). See what else is premiering this week: Sunday, August 1 8/7c: Rubicon on AMC -- 2-hour premiere! 9/8c: Shark Week on Discovery Channel Tuesday, August 3 9/8c: The Bad Girls Club on Oxygen 9/8c: Shaq Vs. on ABC 9/8c: 18 to Life on The CW 10/9c: The Rachel Zoe Project on Bravo Wednesday, August 4 9/8c: Dark Blue on TNT Thursday, August 5 9/8c: The Real Housewives of D.C. on Bravo Make sure to check back on our Summer Premieres Calendar for the rest of this season's big returns!
Check out this week's all new episode of "This Week in TV" with Kendra and Rachel! 3 Exciting Segments this week: Premieres/Returns/Finales Write to Lindsay in Jail Announcements - Find out who won the Pretty Little Liars showdown and more! Give it a watch and tell us what you think! This Week in TV - 8.1.2010 You can find these videos from week to week on the TV tab OR in our "This Week in TV" section. Follow the whole team on Twitter: @sidereelKendra @sidereelRachel @sidereelAlex @animereel