|News, State of Affairs, TV • By admin • Comments Off on NBC cancels State of Affairs|
NBC has canceled all four freshman series and the sophomore comedy, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. The news follows a disastarous 2014-15 freshman class at the network, with the network’s rookie class expected to produce few, if any, returning series.
State of Affairs, the much-hyped TV return of Grey’s Anatomy alum Katherine Heigl from Universal Television was described as Scandal meets The West Wing. Co-starring Alfre Woodard as the president, the series underwent a showrunner change ahead of its premiere. With a massive marketing push, the drama opened to 8.6 million total viewers and was a modest performer when factoring in seven days of DVR. The drama ended its run with little fanfare, 4.5 million total viewers — and a cliffhanger. […]
Chris McKenna tweeted about the cliffhanger:
Looks like that's it for State Of Affairs. Thanks for your support, everyone. Yes, that was Nick in the jeep. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/w7M47Au0kU
— Chris McKenna (@ChrisLMcKenna) 8. Mai 2015
|Captures, Galleryupdate, Photoshoots, Pictures, State of Affairs • By admin • Comments Off on State of Affairs: 1.13 Deadcheck Captures|
Somehow I really thought I already uploaded screencaptures of State of Affairs Season 1 finale (lol), just noticed there not uploaded – so I’m sorry for this delay.
I also uploaded a lot of missing photoshoot pictures, check them out. Huge thanks to my friend Melanie for sending me these ♥ ♥ ♥
|Captures, Magazine, On the Set, Photoshoots, Pictures, Video • By admin • Comments Off on InStyle Australia Cover|
In the March issue of InStyle (on sale now), cover girl Katherine Heigl is searingly honest as she talks about country life, being a stage mum and making her marriage work. The Emmy Award-winning actress stars in the new series State of Affairs, premiering on Seven Network this Thursday (February 19). Here’s a taste of what she has to say in the new issue…
On being candid: “I would be so scared that something I said would be used against me that I would go home after an interview and lie in bed thinking, ‘What did I say that could be taken out of context?’”
On whether she’d let her girls act: “My daughter just came home with a project from school; she was asked what she wants to do when she grows up. She said: ‘I want to be a musician like Daddy and act in movies like Mommy.’ I went, ‘We’re so screwed!’ I’m happy to support it when they’re adults but I don’t want to schlep them around to auditions and do all the stuff my mom had to do with me.”
On State of Affairs: “Charleston [Heigl’s character] is privy to a CIA secret that only she and one other person know about. You’re going to see the ramifications of that secret and what it means to her relationship with the president and her team.” (x)
Behind the Scenes: