Things that go bump

As season four of Ghost Whisperer starts, we speak to Jennifer Love-Hewitt about getting into character. Interview Matt Pomroy How do you see Melinda, your character, after four seasons? Different. She’s changed a lot. In the first season she was very vulnerable and new. Fresh off the medium boat, I guess, and focused on forgetting…

Dirty Sexy Baldwin

As the second series of Dirty Sexy Money starts on Showseries, we speak to William Baldwin about his character Patrick Darling, the power of money, his own political work and growing up with famous brothers. Words Matt Pomroy With such body of work behind you, what appealed to you about this show? A regular wage…

Lost and Sayid

The new series of Lost starts on Showtime this month and Time Out met Naveen Andrews, the angry man of the cast who plays Sayid. Words Matt Pomroy You’ve been critical of Lost’s storylines in previous seasons, so how’s Sayid doing in season four? Oh, he’s doing pretty well actually. I’m actually quite pleased, which…

Office Politics

After overcoming the provincial skepticism of adapting the award-winning British sitcom, The Office (US) has proved a success in its own right and is back on our screens for a second series. Words Matt Pomroy There’s a good chance many of you will have seen series two of The Office already, given that it’s been…

Memorable Return

After years playing the dumb blonde in Married…With Children, Christina Applegate has grown up and finally returns to the small screen. In her new sitcom Samantha Who? she’s a woman with amnesia rediscovering who she is. In 1987 a sitcom debuted on the Fox network called Married… With Children. It was the first primetime comedy…

Broken news

Outstanding political satire comes to ShowComedy as The Daily Show finally gets a nightly slot in the UAE. Words Matt Pomroy In May 2007, Al Gore stated that The Daily Show was one of the best places to get news, adding that now, much like in the 13th century, the jester is perhaps the only…

Six and the city

From the creator of Lost comes Six Degrees, a romantic drama that follows the intertwining lives of six people in New York. And this time, there’s no plane crashes, polar bears or hidden conspiracies. Words Matt Pomroy There’s a belief that a chain of six people or fewer connect everyone on earth. Six degrees of…