Sorry, I haven’t posted here in a while, but things seem to be rolling for both Emily and Lucas who are doing new projects separately.
Emily’s new project
Former Haven star Emily Rose has booked a series regular role opposite Reba McEntire in ABC’s Marc Cherry drama pilot, from ABC Studios.
The untitled project stars McEntire as Ruby Adair, the sheriff of colorful small town Oxblood, KY, who finds her red state outlook challenged when a young FBI agent of Middle Eastern descent is sent to help her solve a horrific crime. Rose will play Vonda Jean, County Coroner for the small town and former pageant runner-up. In addition to McEntire, she joins previously cast Jack Coleman, Ben Esler, Natalie Hall and Saidah Ekulona.
Rose starred for five seasons as Audrey Parker in Syfy’s Haven. She is repped by Domain, Forward Management and attorney David Fox.
Lucas is working alongside former Haven cast member Eric Balfour who is directing Lucas and others in Walk to vegas
A group of degenerate gamblers and poker players make a bet to walk to Vegas in seven days.
Lucas in another Hallmark movie called Summer Love which airs AUG 20th, THERE ISNT A PREVIEW TO THE MOVIE YET BUT HOPEFULLY YOU SPREAD THE WORD TO WATCH SUMMER LOVE.
When a widowed suburban mom, who’s recently gone back to school, takes an internship and enters the fast-paced tech world of millionaire “app-trepreneurs,” she discovers that although life seems to be a lot more digital, love needs to be a lot more real. Starring Rachael Leigh Cook, Lucas Bryant, and Travis Milne.
CHECK OUT THE SITE :SUMMER LOVE
Lucas is in a new series called Shoot the messenger on CBC and certain guest stars have posted on set shenanigans
@TravisMilne(Instagram) known for works on Saving Hope and Rookie Blue is guest starring on a upcoming episode
Here at TV Goodness, we claim our favorites, and if you’ve read me a while, you know how I feel about Lucas Bryant. Color me stoked when the Haven alum popped up in the cast list for a new Hallmark Channel movie, Tulips in Spring. which premieres this Saturday at 9/8c. I recently chatted with Bryant one-on-one about the film, Haven‘s conclusion, his recent film release, The Girl King, and his upcoming Canadian series, Shoot the Messenger.
Tulips in Spring marked a return to work for Bryant after a nice break. Shoot the Messenger wrapped in Toronto late last year and then, after an annual trip to Australia for the holidays, he took some time to hang out with his family. When Hallmark came calling, he was happy to go back to work, and even happier to switch gears to a romantic comedy.
“I got sent the script and I read it and thought it was lovely and that was that. It was a 14-day shoot in and around Vancouver, where I hadn’t been in a while, so that was nice,” he says. “We were in beautiful locations so that was gorgeous. I play Tom, who is working at the family farm of Rose, who’s gone back to help her parents. He re-introduces and re-inspires her to get in touch with her true self. He helps her see that she could be part of her family life again.”
The film was a nice change of pace after five seasons of Haven, followed by another drama in Shoot the Messenger. “It was cool to be able to smile and have a good time, not that my previous characters don’t have a good time, but this guys is much more relaxed and easy and comfortable,” he explains. “There’s definitely a genre thing that Hallmark has expertly developed over the years, but I think the thing to hold onto as an actor is just that there’s a lot of heart, and if you can get to the heart of things, you’ll be right where they need you to be.”
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