Your #1 Source for everything on the young stars of Daytime and Primetime Television. Look around, join the forum to chat with other soaps fans and make sure to check out the largest gallery on the net and growing daily. PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS


November Q&A Event - Joey Rippo

Joey Rippo is a young actor from the New York City area. He has filmed multiple commercials, had a role in the Johnny Knoxville film Weightless, and you may recognize him from his recurring role in season two of The Path!

1. How did you get started in the industry?

My brother and I got started in the industry when my Mom sent our pictures out to the top NY agents...I was 6 and Nickey was 9...we met with a few agents and decided to go with Generation Model Management....we really liked and trusted Patti...eventually we met with Dina on their TV side Generation TV....I only did a few modeling jobs the first few years because my hair was super long so it was mostly Nickey going on auditions and working but then I cut 8 inches off my hair and met again with Dina Torre on the TV side and she began to send me out with my new look...my 4th audition was for a principal part in a movie and I booked! That was 2 years ago and I've had several awesome projects since!

2. What was your time on set like filming Weightless?

Filming Weightless was a lot of fun...it was my first experience filming and it was really very exciting....my family and I stayed in a hotel near set for a week and I had to have a set tutor....I was surprised to see how many takes they do go each scene...some can take hours! I got to work with a stunt coordinator and even had my own stand in! It was really cool! And I loved the kraft table!

3. What was your shoot for your Mediacom commercial like?

Shooting the Mediacom commercial was really cool because I got to film with my brother...it was really cool because they had a snow machine blowing fake snow since it was a Christmas commercial.

4. Do you have a favorite part of filming your French's commercial?

My favorite part of filming the French's commercial was that we got to eat while filming and I made new friends filming that I got to spend the day with.

5. What was your first day on set like for The Path?

The first day on the set of The Path was a lot of fun! It was the first time I got my own trailer! Though it wasn't nearly as cool as the trailer I got the third time I worked on The Path as a principal character! The crew and the actors on The Path were so nice...it was so cool sitting in the cast chairs....we spent all day filming two scenes on the beach at Rye Playland...it was super hot but I had so much fun I didn't want the day to end!

6. How did you enjoy working with Leven Rambin?

I loved working with Leven Rambin she was really nice! The first day on set she would sneak off to the kraft services table with me lol....even though she played my Mom I actually shot more scenes with Aaron Paul and spent more time with him...but Leven was always so nice and even offered to coach me on any scenes I needed help with...she gave my Mom her number to call if I needed help which was really nice and she played Pokemon go with me and even let me take a pic of her with one of the Pokemon...she was really cool!

7. What was the best part of filming with Aaron Paul?

The best part of working with Aaron Paul was how much fun he was! He would make me laugh right before the scene started or even during the scene as we walked off camera...there was one scene in the armory museum where we would turn the corner out of the cameras view and he would kick me in the butt lol he would also make fart noises right before starting the scene too make me laugh... we shared a bag of Cheetos which was fun....my brother was on set the day of the armory museum scene and the crew gave my Mom and brother a pair of head sets to listen in...Aaron said into his mic (right before the scene started) this take is for you Nickey so you better be listening...he always spent the time while they were setting up the next shot to talk to me and my Mom....he also would go up to the extras between takes and introduce himself and ask them their names and where they were from....so besides how much fun and how nice Aaron was the best part of working with Aaron was getting to work with such an amazing and talented actor...it was incredible to wok with a famous actor and get to see how down to earth and what an incredible person he is on and off screen.

8. What would you like to see happen next for Johnny?

I would like to see Johnny and his Mom get involved with the cult...they kind of left their storyline up in the air last season and this coming season we didn't film...I'm hoping they bring us back in season 4...I would love to see Johnny and Chloe end up in the cult and see more interaction between John and Eddy.

9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?

My favorite person that I have worked with is Aaron Paul! It was cool working with Leven Rambin and also Alessandro Nivola but Aaron Paul is my favorite!

10. Is there anything you can share about your upcoming episode of Mr. Robot?

I can't really share much about my up coming episode for Mr. Robot...I was in a small scene with Rami Malek that should be airing in about 6-7 weeks...it was a lot of fun and Rami was really nice! I got to ride a skateboard in my scene! I had to practice a lot on the skateboard leading up to filming! That day on set...they brought me to the hair and makeup trailer and they sat me right down next to Rami...it was really cool because I remembered seeing him in one of my favorite movies...Night at The Museum...he was also in Need for Speed with Aaron Paul!

Is there anything else you would like to add?

Working in the industry has been so much fun and exciting! Going to the city is always an adventure...I've met so many cool and different people and have had amazing opportunities! I can't wait to work on more projects in the future! And I really hope to get to work with Aaron again!

Follow Joey on social media:

Posted on Nov 23 2017 by Lisa
Site , Q&A 
November Q&A Event - Jordan Demeusy

Jordan Demeusy is a young actress in the NYC area. She has been seen for Matilda Jane, Totally Me/Toys R Us, and all over Justice's stores and website. Recently, you may have seen Jordan in episodes of Odd Mom Out, and keep an eye out for her Cra-Z-Art commercial!

1. How did you get started in the industry?

One day I told my mom that I wanted to be on TV and in magazines. She did some research, I went in for an interview and I took off from there.

2. What was it like going in for your first audition?

I remember that there were a lot of people in a small room. I had checked in with someone by the door and walked down the hall into a noisy room with posters covering the walls. I can remember the feeling of my heart beating out of my chest as I sat there with my family-watching other kids coming in and out of a room next door with big smiles on their faces. Then someone had called me into the room. I got up and walked over. The walls were white and there was woman with a camera. I was so excited and nervous at the same time as I posed with the product. Sadly, I didn't get the job, but I was still proud of myself for getting that audition.

3. How did you enjoy shooting for Matilda Jane?

I absolutely loved shooting for Matilda Jane. It was so fun working with all of the people who were so kind to me. Also, all of their clothing made me feel so pretty.

4. What was it like shooting for Totally Me/Toys R Us?

When I was shooting for Totally Me/Toys R Us, it was a little more rushed as I was the only kid at the shoot (usually, there are a few other models with me). I was always either getting changed or shooting. This was the first time that I had realized it was more fun for me to show off for the camera than to sit in the waiting room.

5. How did you feel seeing yourself on the packaging the first time?

The first time I saw my myself on packaging was at Barnes & Nobel. My parents had brought me there to surprise me with a Scholastic/Klutz Finger Knitting book that I was in. When I saw it, I was so happy. We bought 4 copies and showed them to everyone in the store as well as all of my friends and even some of my teachers at school!

6. How did you react when you found out you booked Odd Mom Out?

Since Odd Mom Out was a direct booking, I was completely shocked! My mom didn't tell me she submitted me because the odds of me getting it were slim and she didn't want to get my hopes up. When I found out I got the job, my parents were picking me up from school to go an vacation. When I came to the office to get picked up, my dad said to me that he has to have a talk with my principal. My heart dropped to the pit of my stomach. What did I do? On my way to the parking lot, I saw a gold star balloon on my car and my parents told me the news. I was so happy, I screamed and then felt silly because I thought they were pranking me-but they weren't.

7. What was your time on set like?

My first day on set was at a huge house in New York. There were people rushing around. Between filming and tutoring, people did my hair and makeup. It was very exciting and fun for me, as this was my first TV show. The next two days were filmed in a history museum in Manhattan. The was a lot of background people there, but we had our own room where we went to an on-set school where we caught up on some work and played games. I saw a girl wearing "my" nametag and I found out she was my stand-in. I thought that was neat! The final day of filming was at Ripley's Believe It Or Not in Times Square. There were a lot of people outside wondering why the attraction was closed and I had 2 "bodyguards" walk me to where I needed to go. When we weren't on set, my friend Erin and I were role-playing for a play she read in school. I played the King. It was very fun and I was sad to hear that the series has ended.

8. What was the best part of shooting for Justice?

Every time that I shot for Justice, I had a blast. The crew and the girls are amazing. But I have to admit that my favorite part was playing ping pong and eating warm chocolate chip cookies with some of the girls that I met. This was the first job that I had a tutoring on set. I sure beats sitting in the classroom all day.

9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?

Everyone I have worked with has been so nice to me and a lot of fun. I am happy that I still keep in contact with many of the kids I have worked with. Making new friends is the best part of the business.

10. What has been your favorite project to work on?

I honestly have loved every single project! But one of my favorites is when I worked with Scholastic/Klutz for their Finger Knitting book. I was 9 years old and just started modeling. I was very excited to miss a couple of days of school. I got to stay overnight in Brooklyn and work in an old-fashioned soda shop where I discovered one of my favorite drinks: The Brooklyn Egg Cream! I also filmed in a candy shop for part of the second day where I was given a lot of candy. The production crew spoiled me!

Is there anything else you would like to add?

I am so glad that I stuck with acting and modeling even though I went through slumps. There are more rejections than bookings. You have to go in, give it your all, and leave and forget about it. I missed some parties and lacrosse games, but those are the choices that I have made. I hope there are more bookings for me in the future.

Follow Jordan on social media:

Posted on Nov 22 2017 by Lisa
Site , Q&A 
November Q&A Event - Shannon Davenport

Shannon Davenport is a young actress from the NYC area. She has been seen for Simplicity, Girl Guides, and if Sprout is on often in your household you have most likely seen one of her numerous appearances on the Sunny Side Up Show this year! To keep up to date on what Shannon is working on make sure to like her manager's page on Facebook.

1. How did you get started in the industry?
My mom sent my pictures to different agencies and managers when I was 4, and it just happened from there.

2. What was the experience like filming for Glamour Magazine?
It was a little nerve wracking because it was one of my first videos and it had lots of costume changes and lines, but it ended up being so much fun and inspiring to see all of those jobs. It took almost 5 hours to film!

3. Do you have any favorite occupations you got to try out for the video?
For some reason I loved being the plumber! But also the scientist and the security guard.

4. How did you react when you found out you booked a series of The Sunny Side Up Show episodes?
I was super excited. At first I just knew that it was for Sprout but then I found out I would be meeting Chica!

5. What was the coolest thing you did on the show?
Oh my goodness there were so many fun things! The hat party, the dragon song, playing pie in the face with Carly, singing songs and talking about my glasses for my kindness story.

6. How did you prepare to film your Kindness Story for the show?
I just really thought about my life deep in my heart and I started to talk about how one of my friends made me happy by being kind.

7. What was the best part of working for Simplicity?
I got really long hair extensions for a Star Wars type costume and I got to become Mal from Descendants with purple hair and all!

8. How did you enjoy shooting for Girl Scouts?
It made me want to try and be a Girl Scout in real life. The new uniforms are so cute, and I love the cookies!

9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?
This is easy. Carly and the other hosts from the Sunny-Side Up Show on Sprout. They were all so friendly and talented. They made me so comfortable and we had a blast. I also loved the hairstylist from my Nickelodeon promo for Sunny Day. She turned me into a very real looking lion!

10. What has been your favorite project to work on so far?
Sunny Day was my first job for Nickelodeon and I got to be a lion, and be on a really cool set. I also really enjoyed my first voiceover job for Sesame Street! I got to sing a very catchy song. It's still in my head actually.

Is there anything else you would like to add?
I just want to say thank you to my manager Colette from CP Talent Management. I am so lucky to have all of these opportunities. It's a lot of fun.
Posted on Nov 10 2017 by Lisa
Site , Q&A 
November Q&A Event - Ava D'Egidio

Ava D'Egidio is a young actress from the NYC area. SHe has done multiple national commercials including spots for Quaker and McCormick, and you may have seen her in episodes of Blue Bloods and Saturday Night Live! Make sure to visit Ava's website and follow her management CP Talent on Facebook.

1. How did you get started in the industry?
It's kind of funny, I fell into it because my mom had submitted my sister to meet with agents and managers. My sister Sophie is funny and silly and likes to have fun. One day we went to an open call meeting for CP Talent. We met with Colette and she liked both my sister and I. Colette began submitting me and the rest is history!

2. What was your first booking?
My first booking was Saturday Night Live!! It was for the Matthew McConaughey Lincoln commercial spoof with Jim Carrey. It was shot almost 3 years and has over 13,000,000 views on Youtube! It was exciting to walk the halls that so many celebrities have walked in the past. It was cool.

Do you remember how it felt to be on set for the first time?
I felt nervous and excited, because I had never done it before. I didn't know what to expect.

3. What was the experience like filming your Kids Unboxing Toys segment for Toys R Us?
It was awesome because I got to work with Toys R Us and of course play with toys!

4. How did you enjoy your shoot for McCormick?
I got to eat yummy tacos!! Everyone on set made me feel so comfortable and made sure I was always ok and not feeling tired.

5. What was the best part of filming your Garnier commercial?
I got to dance, make believe I was having a sleep over and hang upside down!

6. What was your time on set like working for Quaker?
Eating the oatmeal! It tastes so good! While I was on set the Director was playing all types of music while we were shooting, that was different then how other shoots had gone - it was cool!

7. How does it feel when you see your commercials airing on TV?
Exciting!! It's cool to see yourself on TV and think back to the work I put in to make the commercial. And it's nice when family and friends let me know they've seen me.

8. What was the experience like filming your episode of Blue Bloods?
Amazing!! I got to work with Donnie Wahlberg and Marisa Ramirez. It was cold - freezing that night. The director was great and the crew was fantastic. I won't forget that experience and hope for more.

9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?
There have been many, but Donnie Wahlberg was very cool, his lines are improvised on the show. Yes there was a script but he went off it and just improvised the scene.

10. What has been your favorite project to work on so far?
Can't say just one, all of the projects I have worked on have something about them that make them my favorite.

Is there anything else you would like to add?
Acting is fun....Don't take yourself too seriously. Don't ever worry about what job you didn't get but rather think about the exciting job that awaits you! #lovewhatyoudo Thanks!

Follow Ava on social media:
Posted on Nov 03 2017 by Lisa
Site , Q&A 
With November here already our COTM spot has been changed over and this month we have selected Joshua Rush! Joshua's series Andi Mack has just started its second season and he has a huge storyline as his character Cyrus is Disney's first to come out as gay!
Posted on Nov 01 2017 by Lisa
Parenthood , Site , News , Additional Cast 
Awardz Winners & New Layouts!
The Star-Kidz Awardz have concluded for 2017 and now it is time to announce all of the winners! We'd like to thank everyone who took the time to vote this year, and congratulations to everyone who was nominated in the categories.

With the Awardz over for the year we have changed to a new set of layouts! Our latest set features images of Gia Poeme and Sienna Mercuri of The Young and the Restless enjoying a day at The Grove, and our gallery features Malachi Barton, Jenna Ortega and Nicolas Bechtel using promotional images for Stuck in the Middle!

Posted on Oct 13 2017 by Lisa
All My Children , Days of Our Lives , General Hospital , Site , News , Spencer Cassadine , Jacob Spencer , Emma Drake , Josslyn Jacks , Miranda Montgomery , Young and the Restless , Bold and the Beautiful , Faith Newman , Matilda Ashby , Nora Braverman , Additional Cast , Touch , John Abbott , Daniel Morgan , The Neighbors , Georgie Spinelli , Rocco Falconeri , Katherine Abbott , The Jim Gaffigan Show , Ava Santori , Elizabeth Forrester , Bella Mitchell , Charlotte Cassadine , Emily Scout Morgan 
Our October COTM was chosen earlier this month and we selected London and Sedona Fuller! The girls have a Fall/Halloween themed Home Depot commercial currently airing and on October 26th you can catch London in an episode of The Orville!
Posted on Oct 11 2017 by Lisa
Parenthood , Site , News , Nora Braverman 
Unfortunately over the weekend there was a server error and we lost all of our updates for October! There have been plenty of images added to the gallery over the last week, but here are a few higlights:

- All My Children Studio Images
- September screencaps for GH, YR and Days
- Screencaps for The Detour, Gotham, The Fosters, and more.
- Episode stills for various shows.
- headshots for O'Neill Monahan
+ and many more!

A big highlight we don't want missed is that our Holiday Q&A is back! We have already begun confirming participants at the Holiday Q&A Site so make sure to keep checking back there for updates!
Posted on Oct 09 2017 by Lisa
Site , News 
Will vs. The Future Q&A

Will vs. the Future is one of three newly released pilots on Amazon. Starring Teo Briones, Lexi Underwood and Ashlyn Faith Williams it is a sci-fi series with a focus on time travel and shaping the future. In the pilot episode Will learns that he grows up to destroy the world and now needs to find a way to stop it. We spoke with Teo Briones (ex-Timmy Bernardi, Days of Our Lives), Lexi Underwood (Code Black, Henry Danger, etc.) and Ashlyn Faith Williams (School of Rock, Liv and Maddie, etc.) about their time on set and the importance of taking the time this week to watch the pilot by clicking here and then taking the survey to let Amazon know you want this show to go to series! The pilot is free until September 30th, which is also the day the survey closes.

1. What was your first impression of the script?
Teo: I thought it was pretty cool! I liked the concept that instead of my character growing up to save the world, I "might" grow up to destroy the world. The best part is that the pilot leaves a big question mark. It's terminator for kids...but not.
Lexi: When I first read the Will Vs The Future (WVTF) script I was blown away. It had everything - comedy, drama, mystery, and action! I loved the idea of being able to play a strong female action character. When I got to the end of the script I wanted more...who's good? who's evil? what happens to Will? what happens to Athena? why can't Will talk to Haley? So many questions!! It was SO GOOD!
Ashlyn: I thought it was really funny! I loved how the plot is about a girl comes back to hurt Will at first because he is bad in the future, but then she sees that she might be able to help him become a better person in the future instead. I like that we have the choice to be good or bad, and that Will Vs. the Future shows that we should make good choices even when we are young. I also loved ALL of the characters, their personalities, and how everyone was so different. I liked the quick wit of Hailey, and that even though she is not the best influence, she always has Will's back. I also LOVED the cliff hanger at the end of the episode!!! We as the actors do not even know what is going to happen...so we really hope we get to do more episodes so that we can see what happens to the characters.

2. How would you describe your character in the series?
T: Intelligent, a technological prodigy, caring and compassionate, loyal, respects authority. Doing something against the rules, or getting involved in conflict is not what he does, so when it comes he is really uncomfortable with it.
L: Athena is smart, strong, serious, disciplined, focused, a leader, a warrior, and surprising compassionate. I also think that you get to see glimpses of vulnerability in Athena because she hasn't been able to enjoy simple things we take for granted like water and friendship. We don't always get to see young ethnic girls cast in strong action roles like this, which makes me even more grateful to bring Athena to life. She's a rebel leader in the future, it doesn't get much cooler than that!
A: I would describe Hailey as a smart, quick-witted, sometimes unreliable friend, who can get into quite a bit of trouble sometimes...but also always has her best friend's back and will stand up for him.

3. How did you prepare for the role?
T: I studied the script and tried to get in the mindset of this kid. Living with a single mom and having a hard time making it without enough money and wanting to help. Then being confronted by the possibility that I may not be the person I think I am. Do I believe it? Do I not?
L: I watched other characters that reminded me of Athena, such as Eleven from Stranger Things and X23 from Logan. Of course I studied my lines to make sure I was off book and I had a clear understanding of the relationships between all the characters. The most challenging and rewarding preparation was working one-on-one with the amazing stunt coordination, Erik Betts. We would work out for 3-4 hours each session to get me ready for the stunt/action scenes. I had a blast channeling my inner warrior!
A: I prepared for my role by practicing my lines A LOT! Haha! I also worked with the amazing Wendy Faraone to prepare for the audition for Hailey (I always work with her to prep for my big auditions), and then I worked with the super talented Jason Shipman to keep working on my character once I was on set. I like my character's personality a lot because it's not like any of the other roles I have played before. Instead of sassy and rude, Hailey is more strong, smart, independent, and then mischievous too.

4. Who was the first co-star you met?
T: I met Ashlyn first, in the audition room, but a few minutes later I worked with Lexi in the room, soon after we were all in the room together. It was on the day of the final audition, which was the only audition I went to. Then once we found out who we were working with we decided to get together and go bowling before the first day of shooting so we could really get to know each other. That was a lot of fun. So by the time we got on set we were already friends.
L: Well we all tested together, so that was our "first" meeting. When I went for my initial fitting I saw Teo Briones and Ashlyn Williams' headshots on the wall in the production office and was thrilled! Soon after that, our families took us bowling so we could celebrate together. We had so much fun! I think Teo won the game! So we felt like friends when we had our first table read.
A: I met Teo Briones first, because we ran lines together at the test for casting. I met Lexi Underwood around the same time though because we all did the audition testing together. Then once we knew we were cast together we all went bowling to get to know each other better. It was so fun! We all got along right away and had a blast! Teo won I think...it's time for a rematch. I really love the entire cast of the show, we all love to spend time together!

5. What was the overall experience like working on the pilot?
T: I had a great time. The three of us get along so well, and I also had fun with the other kids. The whole crew was awesome too. The director, Joe Nussbaum really tried to get us to be our best, but kept it fun. I was on set every of the shoot, and I loved every minute of it. Being on set is my favorite place to be.
L: In one word - AMAZING!! The WVTF team is wonderful. Everyone was so nice and supportive; we all had fun. Athena has a lot going on from hair and make-up, wardrobe, stunts, and her gadgets. Each department was so cool and was just as excited as us to see the pilot come together. Joe Nussbaum, Tim McKeon, Kevin Seccia, and Pixie Wespiser are the best. All the kids had a great time together.
A: I really loved the whole experience of working on the pilot. Everyone was so kind and fun to work with. We got to go on location for most of the scenes, like Will's house, the school scenes, and Mr. Hamilton's house. Although we worked on location for most of the scenes, we did rehearsal on the Just Add Magic set because a lot of our production team, like our incredible director Joe and our amazing Producer, Pixie, work on Will VS the Future and JAM. We also did Athena's base scenes on set too. It was just a blast to work with such amazing people!! The cast, production team, and crew are all WONDERFUL!!!

6. What was the most challenging scene to film?
T: I think it was my first scene in the show. Where I am with my mom in the kitchen working with all the bills. It was difficult with the timing of all of the business I had to do. Putting the bowl down, turning the faucet actually the wrong way to make sure the water didn't turn on, then getting into the bills and handing Shi Ne the right ones in the right order, with the correct lines. I know it goes by fast, but it seemed to take forever.
L: The most challenging scene was the opening scene when Athena is fighting the robotic arms. OH MY GOODNESS. It was also the most thrilling scene to film. Since this was the first time people would meet Athena and because it was the opening scene, we wanted it to be powerful. We were lucky to have stunt coordinator David Rowden and stunt double Rissa Kilar working on WVTF. They taught me that entire opening fight sequence. David, Rissa, and the WVTF were so encouraging that night. We rehearsed the scene with a foam mat but actually filmed it without the mat.
A: The most challenging scene for me was probably the Hall Pass scene because I ran up the stairs to catch up with Will, but sometimes I would run into extras by accident, so we had to do that part a few times. Also, the lockers would stick, so sometimes it would take Teo a while to open it. LOL! The scenes I was in were not too tricky to film though, since we didn't need a green screen, or stunts, or anything like that in my scenes.

7. What was the last day on set like?
T: It was emotional. We don't know if it is going to get picked up, so we didn't know if or when we would ever work together again, or see each other again. We had a nice little party after where we got to have a lot of fun, so that was a nice way to end it.
L: I had mixed emotions our last day on set. I was super proud of our work but also sad to see it come to an end. Teo and I were the last two actors to wrap. We were filming the scene in the rebel base. I just wanted this great project to keep going. It might sound funny but we had become friends and family and I was going to miss everyone. I was happy that we got to spend a little more time together at our wrap party.
A: For me the last day on set we shot the scene at Will's house, where he drags Hailey in after she is banging on the door. It was so fun to film that scene, I loved it, but then it was also sad that day too because I knew it was the last day I would see everyone for a while. What is cool though, is that we have all hung out quite a few times since then, so it has been less sad knowing that we can all still see each other a lot. We have a blast together!

8. If you could trade places for a day with any character in the series who would it be and why?
T: Definitely Athena! She kicks butt! She is strong and has great gadgets. She is seeing a new world for the first time which is a cool thing to experience. She knows the truth! So I would know for real if Will grows up to be bad or good.
L: It would probably be Furg! Ha! Everyone needs the opportunity to walk in someone else's shoes; especially the underdog's shoes.
A: Probably Principal Rhoads...because his character is super funny, he came back from the future, and he has a battery for a heart...so, yeah...he is awesome! His scenes always make me laugh really hard!

9. What would you like to see for your character going forward should Will VS. the Future go to series?
T: I'd like Will to travel in time. Go into the future, or even into the past! That would be cool.
L: There are so many options for Athena. I would love to see more action/stunts from Athena. It would also be cool to see her soften up a little and develop her friendship with Will. Oh and how cool would it be to see Athena in action in the future!
A: I would want for Hailey and Will to be friends again, and for Hailey to help Athena change Will's destiny to help him become good, so she could help to save his life.

10. What would you say to readers to encourage them to check out the pilot on Amazon?
T: We have something for everyone! If you like science fiction and time travel this is for you. If you want to see a show that reflects the world today, lead actors who are actors of color and also a strong female lead this show is for you. If you like shows with action, and comedy but also with a moral dilemma that talks about taking control of your life by the decisions you make, this is for you. It doesn't talk down to kids and tells them that decisions made at this age will affect them not just in the short term, but also in the long term.
L: I would say that Will Vs The Future has it all: time-travel, robots, action, drama, suspense, comedy, and diversity. This show will keep you on the edge of your seat and laughing at the same time. The entire family will be entertained. Also, we have a strong co-lead female action hero!!! YAY!
A: It is AWESOME!!! It is futuristic, it is for all ages, it is entertaining, exciting, action-packed, funny, and the writing is amazing and the cast did a great job. Plus I love that there are strong girl characters, and that it shows how awesome science and math are...and it helps kids think about their choices and how they can change their future. It is a great family show! Everyone needs to watch it! I think you will love it!

Is there anything else you would like to add?
L: Thank you for watching WVTF, giving us 5 stars, and letting Amazon know you want to see more. Also never give up on your dreams. I am proof that ultimate dreams do come true.
A: Just that I really hope that the show gets picked up to series...I think that people will love it! So make sure you give it a try by watching it on Amazon.com, and then rating it on Amazon and IMDB to let people know if you like it. Then hopefully we will all get to see what happens with the cliff hanger!!

Follow Teo on social media:


Follow Lexi on social media:


Follow Ashlyn on social media:

Posted on Sep 24 2017 by Lisa
Days of Our Lives , Site , Additional Cast , Q&A 
Skyward Q&A

Skyward is one of three newly released pilots on Amazon. Starring Griffin Kunitz, Mia Sinclair Jenness and Caleel Harris it follows three friends on a mission to expose paranormal sightings in their small town. They have their first encounter with an alien life form in the pilot episode and we spoke with Griffin Kunitz (ex-Johnny, Days of Our Lives) about his time on set and how it important it is for everyone to please watch the pilot by clicking here and then taking the survey to let Amazon know you want this show to go to series! The pilot is free until September 30th, which is also the day the survey closes.

What was your first impression of the script?
I thought is was funny and it would make a good show.

How would you describe your character in the series?
Ira is an intelligent young aspiring scientist. He is not aware or does not want to know, that he is unpopular. He gives the show a little comic relief.

How did you prepare for the role?
Once I read the script I realized that Ira really felt like it was me. So I just read the lines as if they were mine. It all felt very natural for me.

Who was the first co-star you met?
Actually we all me at the screen test. It was held at Amazon studios and we all met in the lobby before we went in. Mia, Caleel and I started talking about memes before they even took us up to the conference room where we waited to get called in for our test.

What was the overall experience like working on the pilot?
It was Amazing. Everyone was so kind. It really felt like one big family. My favorite part was getting to do my own stunts. I didn't want it to end.

What was the most challenging scene to film?
The hardest scene to film was probably the first one. The three of us were hiding in the bushes and were supposed to go up this hill. Every time we laid down in the dry grass Mia would get a splinter. It was actually became funny how many times it happened.

What was the last day on set like?
Though we still were having a great time, the last day was really sad because we knew that if the series was not picked up it might be a long time before we could work together again.

If you could trade places for a day with any character in the series who would it be and why?
I would probably try Piper. I actually auditioned for the part of Curtis so I have some idea of what it would be like to be him. I know it is a silly thing to say but it would be interesting to see what it is like to be Piper.

What would you like to see for your character going forward should Skyward go to series?
I would like to see Ira's darker side. I think it would come out if his friends are threatened. Wouldn't it be cool to see what Ira could do if the gloves were off?

What would you say to readers to encourage them to check out the pilot on Amazon?
I loved this show because it didn't talk down to kids like so many shows I've seen. It is smart and funny and I think there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

Is there anything else you would like to add?
Please watch, take survey rate (5stars hopefully) share about it, thank you!

Follow Griffin on social media:
Posted on Sep 22 2017 by Lisa
Days of Our Lives , Site , Johnny DiMera , Q&A 
Awardz Monday
Well technically Awardz Tuesday, we are sadly a day late due to circumstances beyond our control in getting this week's nominees up! It's another double nominee week with categories in Favorite Storyline and Favorite Print/Editorial. There are a lot of different sub categories for each so make sure to watch the videos below and get your votes in!

Posted on Sep 05 2017 by Lisa
Days of Our Lives , General Hospital , Parenthood , Site , News , Josslyn Jacks , Young and the Restless , Bold and the Beautiful , Reed Hellstrom , Charles Ashby , Ridge Forrester Jr , Moses Winters , Additional Cast , The Neighbors , Georgie Spinelli , Rocco Falconeri , Katherine Abbott , Tate Black , The Jim Gaffigan Show , Elizabeth Gaffigan , Joseph Gaffigan , Elizabeth Forrester , Bella Mitchell 
Our spotlight section in the sidebar has changed for September and this month we have selected Garren Stitt! Garren will be back on Disney this month with new episodes of Andi Mack airing and we cannot wait to see what is in store for his character Oscar this month on General Hospital!
Posted on Sep 02 2017 by Lisa
Site , News 
Content Management Powered by UTF-8 CuteNews

News & Updates Archive