• Television

Russell Hornsby Takes on Don King in Hulu’s Mini-Series “Mike”

Actor Russell Hornsby portrays the larger-than-life character Don King, a ruthless ambitious boxing promotor who takes Tyson’s boxing career to the next level in Hulu’s Mike, a limited TV series that explores the tragic and controversial life and career of Mike Tyson, one of the most prominent figures in sports of all time. Hornsby, born on May 15, 1974, in San Francisco and best known for his work in The Hate U Give (2018) Fences (2016), and Meet the Parents (2000), gives a stellar performance and shows great chemistry with his fellow actor Trevante Rhodes, who takes on the role of Tyson.
  • Festivals

Monte-Carlo TV Festival 2022 – Celebrating TV

The 61st Monte-Carlo Television Festival returned in style on Friday, not only welcoming a star-studded list of shows in competition and actors in town to support them but also welcoming back past jury chairs including Jane Seymour, Eric Close, Danny Glover and Jason Priestley. They were all in attendance at the opening night premiere of the MGM-produced limited series, Last Light, starring Matthew Fox (Lost) and Joanne Froggatt (Downton Abbey).
  • Television

“Killing Eve”, Season 4: Hello and Goodbye

The current season of Killing Eve marks the fourth and final in this award-winning series which follows a Russian assassin, Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer, and her unusual relationship with Sandra Oh’s Eve Polastri, a British intelligence officer whose globe-trotting cat-and-mouse game with Villanelle has taken some unexpected turns since the series began in 2018. The principal actors assembled in the Variety Streaming Room series via Zoom to discuss the new season.