Colin Cunningham

TVLine Items: Falling Skies Fave to Syfy, Hawaii Five-0's New Governor and More

Colin Cunningham is set to host an especially sick kind of auto race.

The Falling Skies alum has joined the cast of Syfy’s upcoming near-apocalyptic drama Blood Drive as Slink, the mastermind of the titular underground death race where the cars are fueled by human blood.

Blood Drive also stars Alan Ritchson (Smallville) as Arthur, the last good cop in L.A., and Christina Ochoa (Animal Kingdom) as Grace, a dangerous femme fatale with her own agenda.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Rosalind Chao (The O.C.) has joined CBS’ Hawaii Five-0 in the recurring role of Governor Mahoe, to debut in the Season 7 premiere (airing Friday, Sept. 23).

* Richard Cabral will return to ABC’s midseason anthology series American Crime for Season 3, which is expected to be set in North Carolina.

* Andy Greenwald (After the Thrones) will host Hacking Robot, USA Network’s Mr. Robot‘s aftershow airing Wednesday, July 13 at 11:30 pm, following the acclaimed drama’s two-hour Season 2 premiere.

My Last Days, a docuseries that follows various people with a terminal illnesses, will have a three-night premiere on The CW. Created and hosted by Jane The Virgin‘s Justin Baldoni, it was air from Wednesday, Aug. 17 to Friday, Aug. 19, each night at 9 pm.

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19 Comments
  1. Wasn’t Pope universally hated?

  2. Steven says:

    My Last Days seems too depressing for me. Not your typical CW series either.

  3. wrstlgirl says:

    Since people had such a hard time with the fictional show Red Band Society I can’t imagine they’d enjoy watching the real thing in My Last Days.

  4. Kevin K says:

    Mr. Robot is getting an after show? That’s something.

      • LynnH says:

        Matt, it’s a little confusing how the USA Network has the episodes named and numbered. On season premiere night, there aren’t two back-to-back episodes (per my Cox cable on-screen guide.) It’s one episode numbered “201” – 1 1/2 hours long. This episode seems to contain TWO episodes: “eps2.0_unm4sk-pt1.tc” and “eps2.0_unm4sk-pt2.tc”. Again, it’s ONE episode, 90 minutes in length, and immediately followed by the Mr. Robot aftershow. BTW the following weeks’s episode is “202.” :)

        • johnhelvete says:

          From the press release “will kick off its second season on Wednesday, July 13 at 10/9c with a premiere night event that includes two back-to-back episodes — presented with limited commercial breaks”.

  5. Joey Padron says:

    Happy Colin will be back on TV. He was great on Falling Skies.

  6. msstargate says:

    Great news for Colin! Such a great actor. Love him in Stargate but he really hit it out of the park as Pope. Hated what they did to the character at the end though. Will try this new just for him.

  7. Tom says:

    So this Andy Greenwald is a poor man’s Chris Hardwick?