Jeri’s NCIS episode 12.11 Check will air on January 6th.Episode synopsis:
The NCIS team must investigate a series of crime scenes that appear to be copy-cats of previous cases. Also, two of Gibbs’ ex-wives, one of which the team has yet to meet, show up at a crime scene to discuss something important with him
I’ve added 3 episode stills from the episode to the gallery 🙂
Jeri Ryan tweeted a bit a go that she’s now also on Facebook 🙂
So I finally broke down & joined FB! Come check me out over there too, & if you like my page, then “like” my page:
Jeri Ryan is participating in the Reading Rainbow Live. She will be a part of a couple “The Women of Star Trek” evenings
(one in NYC, one in LA), intended for children. To find out more, visit the Reading Rainbow Kickstarter.
This interview with Jeri Ryan and Helix’s exec producer/showrunner Steve Maeda was published while I was in the hospital, so I’m a bit late posting it but better late than never!
Syfy hosted a Q&A with “Helix” guest star Jeri Ryan and exec producer/showrunner Steve Maeda last week, and they revealed quite a bit about what’s ahead now that Constance Sutton (Ryan) has arrived in the Arctic.
Things kick off with some discussion about Sutton, who she really is and her motives, and then we hear about topics ranging from the likelihood of a second season, Jeri’s love of gore, how long they can keep up the series’ intensity, Hatake’s obsession with Walker, the current state of genre TV, and much, much more.
If you’re a fan of the show and/or Ryan (whose appearance as Ilaria’s corporate “face” first occurred this past Friday night in Episode 1.07, “Survivor Zero,” and will continue in future eps), you’ll want to grab your morning coffee or tea and settle in for a bit.
It’s President’s Day; you don’t have to work anyway, right? There’s a lot of good stuff here!
Q: When we first see Sutton, she pretends to be this nice woman who’s there to help, and we learn pretty quickly that’s not true. Can you talk about playing the more cold, calculated side of the character?
Jeri Ryan: She was just fun. This was a really fun role to play because it’s… she’s kind of out there. You know, she’s not subtle, which I love. So it was fun to just sort of let go and just really play and let her go to those places… that was a treat as an actor.
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