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Alycia Debnam-Carey talks ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ and ‘The 100’ with W Magazine

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Fear the Walking Dead actress Alycia Debnam-Carey recently chatted with W Magazine, where she revealed that she never planned on doing TV and what it’s like being a part of a huge franchise like The Walking Dead.

On When She Started Acting:

“I started when I was really young. My mom’s a children’s television writer, so I was involved and around from a very young age. When I was eight I did my first film with Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown, who are a quite well-respected Australian producer-director duo, and that just changed my whole perspective on what I could do in life and be. From there, I just kept doing it. And during my last year of school, I decided I was going to go overseas to try it.”

On her first job she booked in LA:

“I booked a horror film called Where the Devil Hides. It’s… you know, a horror film. But it was the first full-length movie I’d ever done and it got me my visa and I could start work. My first year was incredible, and I booked a couple of jobs. The second year was just crickets. I didn’t book any jobs, which was so disheartening. I was getting close to things, but never actually working. But that’s a lot of L.A. and a lot of this job. You can’t do it unless you’re ready to face a lot of rejection. You just can’t.”

On not initially wanting to do TV:

“It’s funny because TV wasn’t something that I wanted to do. I wanted to do movies. I’d said a lot of no’s to a lot of shows previously, because I couldn’t fathom being on a show for such a long time and only doing one thing. But it is interesting how now TV has just exploded; it is chapters in a book rather than one novel. And especially now that studios are either making superhero films or sequels. But I got [CW dystopian show] The 100, when I still had that idea of, “I don’t know if I should be doing TV.” But I knew it was a cool character.”

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On what she learned doing TV for the first time on The 100

“You learn a lot of technicality. You have to be very aware of everyone else’s jobs as much as your own. It’s hard because you don’t get to spend as much time on your own material, because you get scenes at the last moment. But then you also get an incredible arsenal of knowledge of filming TV. You get to know what is important, and I needed that. I couldn’t have done anything bigger than that. I look at these kids who are starring in huge films and am amazed at how well they fare. Of course you have great production behind you, but a lot of it is on you when you have to herald a massive franchise. I think of how much I’ve learned from doing television, and it is so invaluable.”

On if she was a Walking Dead fan before joining Fear the Walking Dead:

“I hadn’t seen it. I did a quick binge. I watched three seasons in a week. I had to stop because it was getting really intense and I was working on it while watching it. So going in, I had absolutely no idea—I knew it was a thing, but not to what extent. But sometimes it is better to go in like that, or else you will pysch yourself out.”

On when she realized it was a phenomenon:

“Probably the first Comic Con that we did. I was up on that panel in front of 6,000 people, and we were all just mute and scared. People had warned us, but that is when it all hit. It was way bigger that we expected. We anticipated enough, but you really see a whole other level of it at Comic Con.”

On her character Alicia:

“It has been nice to have a character that has had a real growth. This is a character who went from being a normal teenage girl before the apocalypse to someone who has been really ravaged by it. And not in necessarily a bad-ass way. Of course she looks amazing doing it, but there has been something very dark, very real, and very traumatic. It is amazing to go through all of those emotions and be able to explore the full journey of one person, and how they get to that place. Often you see someone in the middle of this arc, where it’s like, “And now they are this cool, warrior badass.” This felt like a lead up, and now I get to give people exactly that.”

You can read Alycia’s full feature here!


Lucy Hale, Elizabeth Gillies, Riverdale Cast & MORE Celebrate the 2017 CW Upfronts

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As Upfronts week continues, the stars of the CW stepped out on Thursday (May 18) to help preview the new seasons of their shows during the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation in New York City, before celebrating the event at a CW Network party.

Among those at the event were the cast of Riverdale, including KJ Apa, Camila Mendes, Lili Reinhart, Cole Sprouse, Madelaine Petsch and Ashleigh Murray.

Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale was also spotted at the event, where she presented her upcoming series Life Sentence before it’s midseason premiere (check out more about the show here!).

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Also at the event to represent their new shows were Elizabeth Gillies, who will be starring in Dynasty, and China Anne McClain, who will be starring in Black Lightning.

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Repping the new season of their returning shows were Gina Rodriguez for Jane the Virgin, Melissa Benoist for Supergirl, Lindsey Morgan for The 100 and Rose McIver for iZombie.

Check out photos from the Upfront presentation and CW party below!

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Camila Mendes
Camila Mendes attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Rose McIver
Rose McIver attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

China Anne McClain
China Anne McClain attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Elizabeth Gillies
Elizabeth Gillies attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Melissa Benoist
Melissa Benoist attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Lucy Hale
Lucy Hale attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Lucy Hale attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Lindsey Morgan
Lindsey Morgan attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Gina Rodriguez
Gina Rodriguez attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Ashleigh Murray
Ashleigh Murray attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

KJ Apa
KJ Apa attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Cole Sprouse
Cole Sprouse attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Madelaine Petsch
Madelaine Petsch attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Madelaine Petsch attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Lili Reinhart
Lili Reinhart attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation

Lili Reinhart attends the 2017 CW Upfront Presentation


WATCH: The 100 Season 4 Trailer

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The first look at season 4 of The 100 is here!

The CW released it’s first trailer for the upcoming season of The 100 on Wednesday (December 14), teasing fans with what’s to come when the series returns on February 1, 2017.

In season 4, the refugees of The 100 will have to fight for the human race as part of the fallout from Clarke’s (Eliza Taylor) decision to shut down Alie the A.I. in the season 3 finale.

The 100 also stars Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropoulos, Christopher Larkin, Devon Bostick, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon, Paige Turco, Isaiah Washington, and Henry Ian Cusick.

You can catch the season 4 premiere of The 100 on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017 at 9/8c on the CW!

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Marie Avgeropoulos Brings ‘The 100’ to the CW Upfronts

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Actress Marie Avgeropoulos was spotted in New York City on Thursday (May 19), where she attended the CW’s 2016 Upfront Presentation at The London Hotel.

Marie looked lovely in lace as she arrived at the event alongside co-star Isaiah Washington, where they pair represened their CW series The 100 during the network’s presentation.

The finale of The 100‘s third season is airing tonight, with some intense surprises in store for fans.

“I don’t want to spoil too much, but I really believe that fans are going to be happy, and Clarke is going into the City of Light in a very different way,” star Eliza Taylor said in a recent interview. “I love how our writers have put this finale together because reading it on paper was so exciting for me. I think it’s one of our best episodes yet.”

“There will be a death, but I’m not going to tell you which one,” she teased.

Be sure to tune into the finale tonight at 9 P.M. to catch all the action!

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The 100’s Bob Morley talks Bellamy in Season 3: “He’s trying to really define who he is”

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Now that the CW’s hit show The 100 is back in full swing, fans can expect even further character development in the show, as characters as further transformed from the arrival of the adults, and the new drama unfolding between the inhabitants of Earth.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Bob Morley dished on what fans can expect to see from his character Bellamy in the new season:

On His Character, Bellamy:

“I think in season 3, he’s trying to really define who he is. He has stepped away from a leadership role and under the wing of Kane, is being modeled into being a good leader, a more balanced leader, as opposed to being so hotheaded and emotional when making a decision. But as Pike comes along, the lines blur a bit, and Bellamy’s emotions do get the better of him. He can’t help but be passionate and start to go back to his old ways of being an emotionally based leader, as opposed to a pragmatic leader.”

On the changes Bellamy has undergone:

“Bellamy was, like you said, kind of a black-and-white douche in the pilot, but he always had a heart, and his sister was the key to that. He had a big heart, but would make very rash decisions based on emotions. In his development, I feel like he stayed true to that the whole way… though he’s probably got better hair now. [Laughs] ”

On Season 3:

“There’s the issue of sustainability and there not being enough food. That’s going to be a major issue for everyone on the ground. Though that’s not being touched on that much, it is what drives Pike … Alie’s obviously one to watch out for, she plays a huge role. Season 3 gets quite sci-fi, and even I and the rest of the cast would have to really read and reread the scripts to make sure we’re all following what’s happening with the artificial intelligence world. Luckily for me, Bellamy was pretty in the dark about that whole thing, so I could play dumb quite easily. … Watching Bellamy kind of get a bit left behind [the high-tech world] is fun. His story was always kind of low-tech.”

Be sure to check out The 100 when it airs on Thursdays at 9PM ET on the CW. You can also check out Bob’s full interview here!

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‘The 100’ Cast Dishes on What’s to Come in Season 2 at Comic-Con 2014

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oining the many celebrities flocking to San Diego, California for Comic-Con International 2014 on Friday (July 25) were the stars of the CW’s hit show The 100.

Marie Avgeropoulos and Eliza Taylor joined co-stars Isaiah Washington, Ricky Whittle, Devon Bostick, and Lindsey Morgan at the event, where they did an interview with SiriusXM, while also dropping by the Microsoft VIP Lounge to Skype with some lucky fans.

Later on, the group sat down for their Comic-Con panel, where they dished on what’s to come in Season 2.

Here are some of the highlights from The 100 panel, from Zap2it:

On New Romances:“Probably more like casual survival sex,” producer Jason Rothenberg dished. “The love story is important and has its place for sure but icing on the cake is a strong word for it. It’s more about survival but romance will come.”

On Jaha’s fate: Isaiah Washington simply teased: “It will be special, it will be special.”

On Moutain Men & Mount Weather: “We’ll understand why these people are fighting so hard to maintain this little patch of Eden,” Rothenberg says. “I don’t think the people in Mount Weather necessarily knew they were there until they blew up the bridge in episode 10,” Rothenberg continues. “That was the iconic image of the end of the world that the Mountain Men would have grown up fearing. So that was the moment that woke the sleeping giant.”

On the Grown-Ups On the Ground: “We started with a ‘Lord of the Flies’ scenario and now with the grown ups on the ground, the story changes fairly significantly,” Rothenberg says. “The 100 who used to fight each other is now a band of brothers hardened by this environment.”

Watch out for Season 2 of The 100 when it premieres on October 22nd on the CW!

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The CW Announces Fall Premiere Dates for Vampire Diaries, The Originals, Arrow & More!

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We can officially mark our calendars!

The CW has announced their line up of fall premieres, where their old and new shows will be returning to the small screen with brand-new episodes.

The first shows to return will be Vampire Diaries and Reign on Thursday,October 2nd, followed by The Originals on Monday October 6th.

New CW series The Flash will premiere on Tuesday October 7th, with the new season of Supernatural airing one hour later.

Arrow returns for its third season on Wednesday October 8th, while newcomer Jane the Virgin premieres on Monday October 13, followed by The 100 on Wednesday October 22nd.

Which CW shows are YOU most excited for this fall?