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John Legend is taking on a historical new role.
The singer will guest-star on Season 2 of WGN America’s Underground as abolitionist Frederick Douglass READ MORE
Underground Season 2 Adds Fringe Fave Jasika Nicole, Casts Aisha Hinds as Harriet Tubman, Promotes 'Ernestine'
Season 2 of WGN America’s Underground will give a less-blurry face to Harriet Tubman, having cast Under the Dome alum Aisha Hinds in the recurring role of the renowned pioneer READ MORE
Performer of the Week: Taraji P. Henson
THE PERFORMER | Taraji P. Henson
THE SHOW | Empire
THE EPISODE | “Rise by Sin” (May 11, 2016) READ MORE
Underground Finale: Who Didn't Make It Out Alive? Who Returned? Plus, Rewatch That Special Closing Cameo
WGN America’s Underground wrapped its largely excellent freshman run on Wednesday night with an hour that derailed several fates while (fatally) sealing at least a couple of others. READ MORE & GRADE SEASON 1
Underground's Chris Meloni: 'There's No Sense of Glee in What August Does'
If last month’s Underground premiere successfully misled you about the agenda of bounty hunter August Pullman, that fake-out is precisely what pulled Christopher Meloni to the WGN America drama (airing Wednesdays at 10/9c). READ MORE
Underground Renewed for Season 2
Noah, Rosalee, Cato et al are going to keep on running, now that WGN America has renewed Underground for a 10-episode Season 2. READ MORE
Performer of the Week: Allison Williams
THE PERFORMER | Allison Williams
THE SHOW | Girls
THE EPISODE | “The Panic in Central Park” (March 27, 2016) READ MORE
Underground's Aldis Hodge Hails WGN Thriller's Take on 'The Most Unresolved Subject in American History'
Underground‘s Noah is off and running — though sooner and with different company than he originally planned. READ MORE
Ratings: Underground Sets WGN Record
Underground hit the ground running, setting a viewership record for WGN America. READ MORE
Underground Review: Thriller Aspect, Modern Riffs Drive WGN's Slave Drama
Having previously plumbed the 17th-century and then the 1940s via Salem and Manhattan, WGN America’s next period drama, Underground, aims to bring a modern sensibility to the senseless injustice of slavery READ MORE