Mar 06, 2014 • Tyrant – 1×01 Pilot Episode Stills

Thanks to Spoiler TV, we have the first look at Jen in Tyrant’s pilot episode. There are 3 stills in all so click on the preview below & check them out!


Jan 01, 2014 • Stay Tuned!

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Sep 05, 2013 • Jennifer Finnigan To Star In FX Pilot ‘Tyrant’

Jennifer Finnigan is set as the female lead in the high-profile FX drama pilot Tyrant, from Homeland executive producers Howard Gordon and Gideon Raff and Six Feet Under alum Craig Wright. It tells the story of an unassuming American family — Barry (Adam Rayner); his strong, smart and idealistic wife Molly (Finnigan); and their kids Emma (Anne Winters) and Sammy (Noah Silver) — drawn into the workings of a turbulent Middle East nation. David Yates is directing the pilot, which begins filming next week in Morocco. Gordon, Raff and Wright executive produce in association with Keshet Broadcasting. The Fox 21-produced project has a big commitment at FX and is expected to go to series. Finnigan, repped by ICM Partners and manager John Carrabino, recently starred on the TNT drama Monday Mornings.

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Jul 24, 2013 • Baby Sellers Preview

Your first look at “Baby Sellers”.


Jul 22, 2013 • Lifetime Sets Premiere Date for Baby Sellers

LOS ANGELES: A new TV movie from Robert Halmi, Sr., about infant trafficking, starring Kirstie Alley and Jennifer Finnigan, is slated to premiere on Lifetime on August 17, with global sales handled by A+E Networks.

Inspired by true events, Baby Sellers stars Alley as the owner of a major U.S.-based adoption agency who uses any means necessary to procure children. Finnigan stars as an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent who goes undercover the bring down the operation.

The Lifetime original movie was shot in India, Brazil and Vancouver. It is produced by Reunion Pictures with exec producers Halmi, Sr. and Matthew O’Connor. The director is Nick Willing on a script by Suzette Couture and William Gray.

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Feb 09, 2013 • Monday Mornings – Character Study – Dr. Tina Ridgeway

Feb 09, 2013 • ‘Monday Mornings’ Interview: Jamie Bamber and Jennifer Finnigan on the Show’s Realistic Look at Medicine

Monday Mornings is the new medical drama premiering tonight on TNT from Executive Producers David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal, Chicago Hope) and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, whose book the show is based upon. Unlike other medical dramas, this show revolves around morbidity and mortality meetings where doctors confront what went wrong to cause patient to die.

Jamie Bamber (Battlestar Galatica) and Jennifer Finnigan (Better with You) both play neurosurgeons at the show’s Chelsea General Hospital in Portland, Oregon. They spoke with reporters recently on a conference call about the realism of the Monday Mornings world.
One big difference they mentioned versus other medical shows past and present is the emphasis on the medicine and presenting it in a realistic manner. While there will be some romance, the primary focus is not on the doctors’ personal lives, but instead on the medical happenings.
Here are 5 areas that Monday Mornings has focused on to provide a realistic look at the medical profession from Bamber and Finnigan:

Operating rooms almost surgery ready 

Bamber: … everything in those rooms is real. Sanjay [Gupta] has told me and others that were anybody to have an aneurysm on the set he could do everything in that room to get in there and solve the problem. They’re not sterile that’s the only difference.

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Feb 09, 2013 • Murtz Jaffer Interviews Monday Mornings’ Jennifer Finnigan

Feb 09, 2013 • TV Review: Monday Mornings – “Pilot”

Monday Mornings airs on Mondays (crazy, right?) on TNT.

If sexy doctors are your thing, TNT has a treat for you. Jamie Bamber’s puppy-dog eyes and masculine-yet-never-threatening good looks are sure to cause dangerous levels of swooning. But beyond Bamber’s smoldering yet boyish visage, I’m not really sure what the point of this pilot is.

Monday Mornings is about the the daily challenges faced by surgeons in a fictional Portland hospital – including an oddly avant-garde, public shaming ritual in a setting which looks an awful lot like a black box theater (possibly to make Alfred Molina feel more at home). Unfortunately, the trials and tribulations of generic surgeons in a generic hospital constitute some of the most exhausted clichés of all time. There is literally nothing new here – no spin, no twist.

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Feb 09, 2013 • Q&A: Jamie Bamber And Jennifer Finnigan Talk ‘Monday Mornings’

TNT’s newest drama “Monday Mornings” will debut on February 4 at 10:00 PM. It comes from executive producers, David E. Kelley and Dr. Sanjay Gupta.

Jamie Bamber plays Dr. Tyler Wilson and Jennifer Finnigan plays Dr. Tina Ridgeway and they recently talked about the show, their characters and what viewers can expect to see this season.

Q: What was it about the script that attracted you to this show?

Jamie Bamber: It was really three things for me. When you read David E. Kelley’s name on a script you get a good feeling, you know that this is going to get a chance, people are going to give it a chance and then Sanjay Gupta coupled with that so you have David Kelley’s dramatic experience and then you’ve got Sanjay Gupta the medical angle and a great communicator in his own right that everyone’s heard of and you’ve got two great authorities right there.

But for me it was about the character in that first episode because when you read one episode you don’t know really what the series is going to look like but I knew that there was a really good character that I could get myself and my teeth into someone who has been blessed with natural confidence and his own ability whose confidence is shattered in the very first episode. So I knew there was massive dramatic potential and I trusted that David and Sanjay would know how to make more of the same and it was really those three ingredients.

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