For those that did not watch the season finale of NCIS, but just want a (very very very) stripped down and quick recap of how Cote/Ziva was represented in the episode…here we go. If you will be watching eventually and don’t want to know, caution: Spoilers Ahead.
From The Swellesley Report: The Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s staged reading of Death and the Maiden will take place as scheduled on Monday, April 25 at Babson’s Sorenson Center for the Arts at 8pm, but the theatre company has announced that actor Pedro Pascal has had to bow out. Pascal, known for his roles in HBO’s Game of Thrones and Netflix’s Narcos, unfortunately has a scheduling conflict now, as he mentions in this
Please remember that nothing has been confirmed yet, anything that is out there at this time is merely speculation from the small teasers we’ve been given. I’m just quoting the relevant part of the article, to read the full piece please to go to TVGuide.Com. Please note that there are also spoilers if you have not yet seen this week’s episode of NCIS. The May 10 episode finds the
From Deadline.com: EXCLUSIVE: NCIS alumna Cote de Pablo is nearing a return to series television. I have learned that the fan favorite is in negotiations to play the female lead opposite Jack Davenport in Prototype, Syfy’s sci-fi thriller drama pilot written by Tony Basgallop (24: Live Another Day). It centers on three unlikely cohorts — two of them played by de Pablo and Davenport — who inadvertently stumble upon an
Though The 33 has been available for rent or purchase through multiple streaming services for a while (Amazon, Google Play, YouTube, etc), it’s finally available for physical purchase on both DVD & Blu-Ray! Check out your favorite retailer to see if they are carrying it, or purchase on Amazon.Com.
Cote de Pablo has gone back to the stage…well, for one night at least! It was announced that Cote joined the cast of the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s (Babson Park/Boston, MA) “Death and the Maiden” along with Game of Thrones and Netflix’s Narcos’, Pedro Pascal. The performance will be on April 25th, 2016. Information about the performance: After the fall of the totalitarian regime in a South American country, a former political prisoner