Again, from the set of ‘Moonlight‘ but a bit more extensive than the recent ones. Sophia Myles talks of course about vampires and her character Beth but also about the comparisons between the ‘Doctor Who‘ episode ‘The Girl in the Fireplace’ and ‘Moonlight‘, about her upcoming movie ‘Outlander‘ as well as her beginnings as an actress.
• Sophia Myles On The Set Of ‘Moonlight’, MediaBlvd Magazine, May 16
The minute I walked onto a film set, I just completely fell in love, hook, line and sinker. I was madly in love with it. From then on, I knew that that was the only thing I wanted to do, so I got myself an agent and just kept plowing away.
Be sure to tune in to watch the season’s final episode of ‘Moonlight‘ called Sonata tonight at 9pm on CBS. Let’s hope one of the other TV outlets will pick up the show for at least a second season. Head over to the Messageboard to read what you can do to save the show. All the more reason to follow Mick and Beth tonight:
A human is killed by a vampire in the heat of passion, causing Mick and Beth to face the ultimate consequences of a vampire-human relationship. The investigation of the murder puts Mick and Josef’s secret identities in jeopardy, forcing them to join forces with the other vampires in Los Angeles to keep their secret safe.
I seriously did not think this would happen but CBS has not renewed ‘Moonlight‘ for a second season – not even for a back 13 mid-season. Read an article by Hollywood insider Nikki Finke about the money issue (isn’t everything about money?) as well as about some of the behind-the-scenes trouble, which may have played a huge part in CBS’ unfavourable decision in the end.
Is there still reason to hope? According to another blog entry there might be.
“There is a chance, only a chance” that Media Rights Capital which will be programming Sunday’s two hours on the CW “may elect to take Moonlight as one of those two hours”. This is developing to be quite a behind-the-scenes drama because the order came from Warner Bros TV this afternoon to start tearing the Moonlight sets down. But now WBTV will wait until Friday. Before it was cancelled, it had more than twice the number of viewers on CBS than Gossip Girl despite all the hype. So Moonlight could wind up the most watched CW show. Stay tuned.
Once again be sure to tune in for an all new episode of ‘Moonlight‘ on CBS tonight at 9pm. Here’s the synopsis for ‘What’s left behind’:
Mick’s past comes into sharper focus for Beth when the grandson of his World War II buddy is kidnapped. The disappearance forces Mick to deal with some secrets from his troubled life.