Scandal star Josh Malina’s picks for his favorite criminally underrated TV shows range from eerie French drama Les Revenants to British comedy Look Around You. See what else he thinks deserves more love below:
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David Benioff’s and Dan Weiss’ Game of Thrones is a U.S. hit, but the two show-runners are most interested in overseas TV these days, like Denmark’s Borgen and the UK’s Black Mirror. See what they had to say about their underrated TV picks:
Cartoon Clone High may have been booted from MTV back in 2003, but Bill Lawrence still has fondness for the series that he helped create. The Scrubs and Cougar Town creator talks why he thinks Clone High was so great, and tells us his other picks for his favorite underrated TV shows:
A brand new season of Orphan Black means a brand new clone. And we have all the intel on said clone right here! Meet Jennifer Fitzsimmons, a 28-year old teacher and swim coach. And you are about to meet Jennifer the same way Cosima does, through a series of video diaries that Cosima discovers while researching her own respiratory illness.
According to co-creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett, Cosima may not like what she finds. “Jennifer is a bright-eyed Midwestern pure of heart girl,” says Manson. But, as Fawcett explains, “Jennifer is a clone who was naïve, she didn’t know she was a clone, and was being monitored by her boyfriend. She gets sick, and with a kind of the version of the illness that Katja had. And of course, a version of the illness that Cosima has. Just that discovery alone is the kind of discovery that shakes Cosima. It really rattles her.”
The last time Orphan Black fans saw their precious clones, Sarah Manning was being introduced to the idea that she was a part of a copyrighted human cloning trial. They all were. And as we’ve seen in a teaser trailer for the show’s second season, Sarah doesn’t take too well to the idea, nor does she seem to enjoy the company of the newest clone, Rachel Duncan, a.k.a. “Proclone.”
But what does the show’s sophomore season have in store for us? Well, we know that Suits star Patrick J. Adams will make an appearance, as well as a few other tidbits we learned from show creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson, including more on Cosima’s illness and Neolution.
And thanks to the first full trailer below, we now know that this is only the beginning. With the introduction of new characters, at least one clone in the morgue, and a Proclone who “wants everything,” there’s no more time for games, or so says Paul.
Watch the new trailer for season 2 below: READ FULL STORY
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