If you want dynamic, strong female characters on TV then look no further than genre television. That’s not a quote as much it is a thought from yours truly. Name me a Sci-Fi show worth watching that doesn’t feature a main female who you could described as well rounded and interesting. Too often other genres of television let us down with wooden characters but Sci-Fi and fantasy usually strive for more.
Anyway I say all this because I want to talk about Frankie Adams who plays Roberta “Bobbie” Draper on Syfy’s The Expanse. If you saw the latest episode which was pretty much a love letter to the actress with several scenes where we the viewers can gaze longingly into her eyes you’ll know a little about her.
I can’t recommend The Expanse enough, I haven’t read the books on which the show is based but I here good things and it seems that the show strives to remain close to the spirit of those books. I was surprised to learn Adams also appeared on Shortland Street which was my jam in my teenage years, it is a New Zealand soap opera that has been around for decades and is about a hospital and the people who work there. Anyway I could talk about TV for hours instead let’s take a closer look at Frankie Adams.
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Jade Tailor is one of those actresses with truly jaw dropping beauty. When I saw her on The Magicians it was just a bit of an “Oh Wow” moment and if you haven’t checked out the show I would advise you do it is pretty great. I’ve never read the books so I can’t comment on how close it is but in itself the show is very entertaining. The one thing I would suggest would be is it is more of a marathon show as otherwise the plot feels a little jarring. Anyway enough about the show let’s take a closer look at Jade herself.
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Jamie Chung just got cast on an upcoming X-Men TV spinoff called Gifted. I’ve seen her in various projects but I thought it was about time I feature her here. The two shows that I remember her from where Believe and Once Upon A Time. The Korean American actress started out in reality TV before establishing herself as an actress. Check out the gallery below.
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Despite her extensive career that has lasted over a decade I’ve only seen her Logan Browning in one thing and she made quite an impression. I saw her playing Zora on the PlayStation Network show Powers based on the Image comic. Lithe and graceful added to an interesting character arc especially in the second season made Browning some one I hope to see in other shows.
The 2013 Do Something Awards held at The Avalon in Hollywood. Featuring: Logan Browning Where: Los Angeles, CA, United States When: 31 Jul 2013 Credit: Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com
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Shantel VanSanten is incredibly beautiful the only reason I went with underrated was how atrociously she was treated on her run on The Flash. I’m a big fan of the TV comic shows and her run on The Flash was actually pretty good the chemistry between her and Grant Gustin was off the chart and the characters actually worked, they made sense. Take a closer look at the gorgeous actress below.
BEVERLY HILLS, CA – JANUARY 12: Shantel VanSanten arrives for Fox And FX’s 2014 Golden Globe Awards Party – Arrivals on January 12, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images)
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Portia Doubleday does crazy good work on Mr. Robot despite my problems with watching a show for a possible payoff in season 5 if it doesn’t get cancelled I can respect that it is trying to tell an interesting if possible overly complicated story. That wasn’t my first viewing of Doubleday in a major role as she starred in Youth In Revolt which was an odd dark comedy to be sure. So go check that out later after you feast your eyes on the photos below.
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Sorry for the late posting been a busy and painful week (dentist visit) but we need to talk about Christa B Allen. I know her for Revenge a thoroughly modern spin on the Count of Monte Cristo which started strong and then went all network on us in my view. The show lasted for five seasons and we got to see some growth of the character Charlotte who Allen played. Check out some photos of her below and then stick around.
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