Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'connell - Opening night after party for Living On Love held at Sardi's restaurant - Arrivals. at Sardi's restaurant, - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 20th April 2015
Rebecca Romijn - Photographs of a host of stars and their dogs as they attended 'Cause For Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular' which was hosted by TV network Fox and was held at the Barker Hangar in the Santa Monica Airport, Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 22nd November 2014
Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn starred in the series, which failed to bring in significant audience numbers during it's run
TNT have decided to end King & Maxwell after one season, with the series failing to build-up a considerable following as it progressed. As first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn-starring show failed to match the success of some of the network's heaviest hitters, despite averaging a respectable 3.1 million total viewers throughout the series run.
Romijn and Tenney starred in the series
Originally launched in June as part of the network's summer schedule, the drama's 10 episode run could not cement it a place in TNT's long-term plans. The announcement, which was made public on Friday, 20 September, came a day after it was announced that the network had ordered Steven Bochco's Murder in the First to series. The upcoming show, which will air in summer 2014, is presumed to be the replacement series for the departing King & Maxwell.
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Another week, another detective show on TNT.
Earlier this week TNT rolled out its latest offering – King & Maxwell, to join its already abundant list of buddy cop shows. Franklin & Bash. Rizzoli & Isles,and now this. If you’re thinking the network is going for the formulaic, you’d be right. There’s definitely a lot of formula at work here, not to mention some questionable production values. But as a summer show, King & Maxwell also has a few things going for it.
For one, the script shows promise. It’s based on a detective series by David Baldacci and there’s a lot of plot to go around. In the case of the pilot, perhaps a bit too much plot, as the episode does feel rushed toward the end. The show’s stars – Rebecca Romjin and Jon Tenney also manage to make the best of what they’ve got, which in this case is a somewhat cheesy script, which does, none the less grant them a number of opportunities to engage in some banter.
Some backstory on the two main characters: they’re both former Secret Service agents turned private investigators. For the opener, they're after the murderer of Sean's friend and mentor, a lawyer representing an accused killer. This brings them (of course) into conflict with some FBI agents, at the start of what feels like it will be a tense relationship with the law at best. There’s also some mild will-they-won’t-they action going on, so that might be something to look out for in the upcoming episodes, as we get to know the characters and their relationship. If you’re willing to invest the time and energy into a show, which at this point seems created mostly to fill an empty time slot that is.
Wesley Deed's life is perfect. He is a fifth generation Ivy League graduate, trained by his father to be a businessman and trained by his mother to be a gentleman. He is engaged to a beautiful woman, Natalie and he has his entire life mapped out for him.
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Cast as The Eternal Earth Mother in Hunter Hill and Perry Moore's Lake City, Sissy Spacek is a one woman universe -- tilling the soil, pushing wheelbarrows, filling the cupboards, sitting on the porch, and staring pensively at the sunset or gazing at the eternal landscape. She is not channeling her characters in Badlands or The River so much as going back to the source -- Linda Arvidson's stoic pioneer women from the old D.W. Griffith two-reelers (all that is missing is waiting for her effeminate husband to reel in the fish). She lives alone and leads a hard life keeping her farm together in rural Virginia and even though local gas station attendant and part-time guitar picker Roy (Keith Carradine) pines for her, Spacek's Maggie Pope keeps to herself and tend to her chores.
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Date of birth
6th November, 1972