So you know how this was cancelled before they could write a season 2 but left things up in the air? Well what does your ideal Season 2 look like?Read more >
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Even though Pan Am is already airing in the USA, the UK are yet to watch it. It will be on Wednesday the 16th November on BBC 2.Read more >
Right on the heels of the news that Pan Am would be getting Spartacus alum Erin Cummings, EW also reports that a Gilmore Girls alum will also be joining the cast as Cummings's married boyfriend.
Scott Cohen, aka Max Medina from Gilmore Girls, will play Everett, the vice-president of Pan Am this fall. His character is described as “a serious man who is light and fun on the surface.” Meanwhile, he will be having an affair with Ginny Saddler, Erin Cummings's "quirky mistress" character. Sketchy much?
What do you think of this casting news? Can Pan Am stand on its own as a serious period drama?Read more >
Erin Cummings, the actress who played Spartacus's wife Sura in the titular show, is flying high with Pan Am!
According to EW, Cummings will have a recurring role as Ginny Saddler, "an airline executive’s brassy, quirky fun mistress." She is expected to appear in at least three episodes.
Could you see Cummings in another period show like Pan Am? Are you excited for the show? Mark your calendars for September 25!Read more >
Slowly more information on Pan Am is released. Today a new recurring cast member was announced, Goran Visnjic. He'll be playing the role of a Yugoslavian immigrant unsure about his future. Visnjic is best known for his role as Dr. Luka Kovač in the hit television series ER.
And remember, we're just a month away of Pan Am's release! It'll air September 25th! In the meantime, stay tuned for more Pan Am news, and don't forget to leave your opinion in the comments!
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Is Pan Am just another Mad Men...on air? Set in the same era as the popular Mad Men, Pan Am just might be reaping the benefits of Mad Men's hard work. But the producers and lead actress Christina Ricci defends the show against Mad Men similarities and sexist attitudes:
“Part of the irony of the profession [is] these are college-educated women who [often] spoke multiple languages,” says Corman, and yet they we still subjected to physical scrutiny to land the job.
Says EP Thomas Schlamme, “For me, the show could be called The Best Years of Our Lives, because for those people, at that moment, that what this is. And that’s what the show’s about.”
In a period where ladies had to look the part of sexy stewardesses and fulfilled a certain fantasy, P…Read more >