Cerca | Statistiche | Lista Utenti | Topic di Oggi | News in tempo reale Forum | Calendari | Album Fotografici | Citazioni | Skins
Forum di Magnum P.I.
Forum di Magnum P.I. ->  Altri Telefilm -> Telefilm -> Vedi Argomento

Sei stato registrato come ospite. ( Accedi | registrati )

Citazione casuale: Higgins: oh mio Dio. Dov'è questa? - Magnum: che cosa? - Higgins: la lente da dieci millimetri coperta da questo cappuccio - Magnum: Higgins io posso spiegare - Higgins: sono oramai provato dal ripetere di queste quattro parole: "Higgins io posso spiegare"
- (Aggiunto da: tiger)


Notizie su Blue Bloods
Moderatori: tiger

Vai alla pagina : 1
Stai visualizzando la pagina 1 [25 messaggi per pagina]
Visualizza argomento precedente :: Visualizza argomento successivo
   Altri Telefilm -> TelefilmFormato del messaggio
 
tiger
Inviato 19/9/2011 15:35 (#65)
Soggetto: Notizie su Blue Bloods



Veteran

Messaggi inviati: 115
100
Qui postate le news riguardo a Blue Bloods, ho trovato degli articoli interessanti con gli RSS, 13 Milioni di spetatori nella prima stagione mica male

Featured TV on DVD Review: Blue Bloods: Season One
Blue Bloods: Season One - Buy from Amazon


Tom Selleck returns to network TV in Blue Bloods playing Jesse Stone, a police detective living in a small town after being fired from his big city job because of a drinking problem. No wait, that's his previous role. I'm being snarky, but for a reason. Blue Bloods is yet another police procedural series on TV, and not only is the direct competition in that genre intense, but its star has recently starred in an on-going series of TV movies in the same genre. On the one hand, this synergy could help bring in viewers. On the other hand, it could make it even more difficult for the show to stand out against the field. So how well does it perform during its initial season?

The Show

Tom Selleck actually stars as Frank Reagan, the commissioner of the NYPD, just like his father before him, Henry. Frank has three kids. His eldest son is Danny, a police detective who gets the job done, even if pushes the boundaries of what is strictly by-the-book. (That's a bit of an understatement.) The youngest son, Jamie, is also a cop, and in the pilot, he's just graduated and become a beat cop, even though he graduated from Harvard Law School. The middle daughter, Erin, is an assistant district attorney. Frank had one more son, Joe, but he was killed in the line of duty. This actually sets the first element of the show that helps it stand out. The show is about a family of cops, well, a family of cops and one A.D.A. They have regular dinners together and we get to see how this line of work affects families. (Danny has a wife and two kids, and even though he's not on the street anymore, it's still hard on the family. Erin's going through a divorce and is now a single mom. Jamie got engaged to his fiancee when his was in law school so him becoming a cop is quite an adjustment.) They also talk about the various aspects of the law like gun control, profiling, etc. Sometimes it feels a little artificial or that they are trying too hard to be topical, but at least they are trying.

Most episodes are stand alone episodes, but there is also an overarching storyline involving The Blue Templar. There's very little I can say about this story without entering spoiler territory. It deals with a group of cops that used to be an elite, but unofficial group. But then went rogue and are now corrupt. That's all the details I'm going to give, but I will say it adds another level to the show. The regular crimes are also intriguing enough to carry most episodes, although there were a few too many times where there were pretty big coincidences that strained credibility. But this storyline made watching each episode more important, as opposed to a show like Law & Order, where you could almost literally grab any episode in the show's 20 year run and watch it without having to have seen any of the earlier episodes to know what's going on.

There are a few hiccups here and there, but for the most part, Blue Bloods is a good police procedural and I look forward to season two.

The Extras

There are plenty of extras spread throughout the six-disc set, but for all but the last disc, it's just deleted scenes. Disc one has deleted scenes on all four episodes. Only one episode on disc two has deleted scenes. Coincidentally, disc three has three episodes with deleted scenes. The fourth disc only has one episode with deleted scenes. The fifth disc has three. There are only two episodes on disc six, but they both have deleted scenes. Also on disc six are several featurettes on Creating the Characters, which runs 24 minutes long and is very in-depth. Code Blue is about the Blue Templar story and runs eight minutes. Keeping it Real is a nine-minute featurette on the technical advisor. Analyzing the Scene is a five-minute featurette on the dinner scenes in the show. Empire State of Mind also runs five minutes and it is about the New York locations in the show. Keeping it in the Family runs 12 and a half minutes and it is about the family dynamic in the show. Finally, there are six minutes of outtakes.

Overall, there's a lot of extras and a wide range of topics and I can't really complain. There is one complaint, the lack of audio commentary tracks.

The Verdict

Blue Bloods finished its first season in the top 20 in the ratings with an average of 13 million viewers, making it one of the biggest new hits of the season. The Season One DVD release rewards these fans with lots of extras and it is worth picking up. And if you didn't catch the show when it started and you are a fan of the genre, it is at least worth a rental. You could be quickly hooked.


Fonte
Inizio della pagina Fine della pagina
tiger
Inviato 19/9/2011 23:31 (#66 - in risposta a #65)
Soggetto: Re: Notizie su Blue Bloods



Veteran

Messaggi inviati: 115
100
L'utente ROBIN1 ci informa del seguente orario di ripresa del TF citato

venerdì 23: dopo la pausa estiva, proseguono la seconda stagione inedita della serie NCIS: Los Angeles con Chris O’Donnell (dal 23 settembre, venerdì, ore 21.05,
Rai 2) e la prima stagione della serie Blue Bloods con Tom Selleck (dal 23 settembre, venerdì, ore 21.50, Rai 2).

http://antoniogenna.wordpress.com/2011/09/18/telefilm-news-290-seri...
Inizio della pagina Fine della pagina
tiger
Inviato 21/9/2011 18:45 (#69 - in risposta a #66)
Soggetto: Re: Notizie su Blue Bloods



Veteran

Messaggi inviati: 115
100
'Blue Bloods' Preview Features Carrie Underwood and Tony Bennett


Appearing as himself, Bennet recognizes Frank as his friend when taking the stage at a fundraiser to perform 'It Had to Be You' with Underwood in a September 23 episode.

'Blue Bloods' Preview Features Carrie Underwood and Tony Bennett
See larger image

Ahead of the September 23 premiere, "Blue Bloods" season 2 has been previewed in a video. Making its way out via Entertainment Weekly, the promo gives a first look at Carrie Underwood and Tony Bennett who make cameo appearance as themselves in the first episode.

Underwood, donning a glittering dress, is joined on a stage by Bennett since they serve as musical guests at a fundraiser attended by Frank (Tom Selleck) and Erin (Bridget Moynahan) for the newly appointed mayor (David Ramsey) in the scene. At one moment, Bennet recognizes Frank as his friend.

Titled "Mercy", the new season opener of "Blue Bloods" sees the death of a supporter for the mayor elect. Frank is put on the spot when the mayor wants him to position it to the public as a random act of violence. Meanwhile, Jamie goes undercover at a bar and meets a suspicious patron.

© AceShowbiz.com
Inizio della pagina Fine della pagina
tiger
Inviato 25/9/2011 19:00 (#72 - in risposta a #69)
Soggetto: Re: Notizie su Blue Bloods



Veteran

Messaggi inviati: 115
100
Intervista a will estes
Will Estes Talks New Season of 'Blue Bloods' & Saving The Environment!


One of my favorite reasons for loving interviews is that it leads you to get to know so many different people and learn about their interesting backgrounds and passions and Will Estes is one person who is definitely on that list! I recently had the pleasure of interviewing the very charming Estes on what lies ahead for his character on the new season of the CBS crime drama Blue Bloods, and what I found remarkable was not only his dedication for his work as an actor; but also his passion for protecting our planet. When you hear Estes speak about the importance he felt he needed to bring to the role he is best known for, JJ Pryor on NBC's American Dreams and the importance he believes we as a society as a whole need to bring to preserving our environment, you see he is a true actor and a true environmentalist at heart! Without a doubt a great person to learn about and I will let what he had to say speak for him!



What do you enjoy most about your role of Jamie on Blue Bloods.

Will- It's been great. I've always wanted to live in New York and I've kind of always wanted to play a cop on TV. So it's like a culmination of the two! (Laughs) It's been a lot of fun. It's a great ensemble cast. It definitely has particular elements but at the end of the day it's the heart and the characters and drama. And I'm getting to do a drama with people like Tom Selleck and Donnie Wahlberg and Bridget Moynahan and Nick Turturro. It's fantastic.



What can we expect from Jamie this season? I read he has a major storyline from the start.

Will- I get a sort of small 'undercover' job early on in the season. It's sort of trying to bust a place that serves alcohol to minors. I bump into somebody who is involved in selling drugs and I stumble upon helping a guy who overdosed and he ends up having connections to a crime family. My character actually might get a chance to do a lot more undercover work this year in that regard. I've got a new partner that will be coming in. So that will be a lot of fun. As great as the uniform is I'm looking forward to doing some of the undercover stuff.



Is there a a scene you enjoyed the most as an actor? The most challenging or the most fun?

Will- Some of the biggest scenes I think I had were the scenes with the family. During my first season, the death of our older brother in the family, scenes like that as actors we all try to keep alive as a part of our characters. A lot of the show last year played a huge part involving that loss and my older brother. Some of the scenes that stand out to me are the scenes that played out with just Tom and I or myself and Tom and the whole family in the finale. So those scenes and I also had a blast working with Nick. We had a lot of fun. We got to do some goofy stuff but we really enjoyed it. Nick and I enjoyed working together every time we got the chance.



You've had so many various television and film roles, which role do you think taught you the most as an actor? The one you grew from the most?

Will- I loved working on U-571, that was fun. Another one was American Dreams. That was a huge growth experience. My character went to Vietnam in that show and I ended becoming close friends with the technical advisors on that show. He's one of the best. He brought on a lot of the younger guys in the scenes that were just back from Afghanistan or Iraq, and I have family and what not that has been in the military-Navy, Marines and the Army-and there was a huge connection there for me. It became a huge responsibility for me too because there's a lot of things that happened. My character went to Vietnam, but it was sort of like panning the parallels between what happened in Vietnam and what is happening today with our guys, that are still in a fight today ten years after September 11th, 2001. This was five, six years ago when we were doing American Dreams, but even now there are parallels that you could draw. What you heard about a lot in the media was Vietnam vets that came back were really messed up guys, but the truth is that really wasn't the story of the majority of the guys who came back. A lot of guys went to Vietnam and did their job and came back and led productive lives. That was the story that we were telling on American Dreams. I really felt a huge compulsion to get it right. The work for me at that point really felt about the importance of telling the story of these guys that served the country and then came home. The guys that I was working with they went back to Iraq and Afghanistan in this last campaign. That was a huge growth experience for me in many ways.



I read you're a big environmentalist and very active in protecting our oceans and environment. Where does that come from for you?

Will-A certain part of it I guess comes from your parents. For me I grew up by the water so I've always loved water. I'd go down to the beach and I'd play in the ocean and then I started surfing. Where I live here in Los Angeles, when it rains you're not supposed to go into the water because essentially the rain washes the city, the water becomes so dirty you really shouldn't be in it, let alone drink it. That just sort of struck me as a tragedy early on as a kid. I thought gosh why is it that we have a city that is so dirty that you can't even get in the water after it rains? Rain is a totally natural thing and I love the ocean so I think that was sort of one experience that stands out for me. But really what it comes down to I think for me, and I think what the popular environmental movement has not gotten across very well, is it's not just about saving the trees, it's about our quality of life. It's about the fact that if we don't have just clean water to drink and clean air to breathe, our quality of life is diminished.

A lot of times big business isn't held accountable to, in my opinion, standards they should be held to. Because the thing is what they do affects everybody. I think it's about everyone's quality of life and I think it's about sustainability. That's the word that I keep coming back to because it's sustainability. That means that something can be sustained. If something is not sustainable it means it cannot be sustained. That's one of the reasons I'm actually really hopeful about some of the stuff from the environment. Because some things have to change. We're going to run out of oil and we're going to run out of affordable oil right before that. We're going to run out of natural gas. Those things are going to go away and they're going to be way too expensive to buy. Sustainable means a good quality of life for less money. And sometimes I think that's the message they haven't really gotten across.



You're right we have to raise further awareness because we have one planet and a limited amount of natural resources, we will run out if we don't take action.

Will- Yes. I mean look at the price of food in the last ten years how it's gone up. The price of fuel in the last ten years has doubled and tripled. Cost of living has gone up. It's just going to be more of that unless we move to something that's more sustainable. Let's do it here. Let's do it in the United States. Let's be the innovators that we've always been. Let's get on the sustainable path, the path that we can. It seems like it makes sense to me.



We can if we can continue to spread the word on the importance of sustainable living and further educate on this issue.

Will- I think we need a cultural shift. I don't think there's somebody who's wrong and somebody's who's right. I think that's the wrong way to look at it. But I think we as a culture sort of move towards profit as a bottom line value. And I think things don't really happen in certain ways unless they're profitable. But if we have profit as sort of the most important value at the top of the pyramid I think we're going to have issues. I think some things have to come before profit.



I definitely agree with that! I know you have a solar panel system installed in your home now. Very cool!

Will- Yeah absolutely. That's one thing that makes sense financially too is I put a solar panel system. My system sort of pays for itself depending on how much the power goes up in the years, and the panels they'll warrant you themselves for 25. I was able to put panels up in my house which I was really excited about and that was two meters in my house. And I was just able to recently combine the two meters into one meter. I might actually get some more panels. About a year ago I put in 11 panels.



That's great!

Will-It was exciting. I took a class at a local college because I really wanted to know about it before. And I told the guy, “Hey will you help me put these in, but I really want to have my hands on it. I want to help you do it and see how it works and everything.” If I took two more classes I could have done it myself but I didn't really want to wait! (Laughs) So this really smart guy I really liked, Josh Sanchez, he said 'yeah absolutely'. So I worked with him and we put in my system almost a year ago now. I got my first bill, which was an average probably about $80 a month, and my first bill was $3.95. So that was pretty cool!



Wow! That's amazing! Talk about a difference!

Will-Yes it was really cool! And also the biggest energy draw in Southern California is air-conditioning. And when you put panels on a roof you shade the roof which cools it off so it really makes sense. I don't know if it makes sense on every roof but it makes sense on mine. The way to start is just energy efficiency. People can shave a lot off their power bills that way. You should always do energy efficiency before you build a panel system because if you make the house more efficient, A)You save power immediately. And then B) If you build a smaller system to meet your smaller energy needs you're saving money there too. So energy efficiency makes sense first and you can do that with trading out LD light bulbs, closing windows and doors and just turning things off when they're not in use and putting things on power strips that pull loads. Inflation is huge and that's the first thing that everybody should do.



If you could go back in time and spend a day in the life of anyone from history, who would it be and why?

I'm a huge Muhammad Ali fan. I know I don't need to go back in time to talk to him but it would have been neat to talk to him back in the rumble for jungle days back in the 60's.


Inizio della pagina Fine della pagina
tiger
Inviato 14/10/2011 13:30 (#85 - in risposta a #72)
Soggetto: Re: Notizie su Blue Bloods



Veteran

Messaggi inviati: 115
100
La prima stagione totalmente scaricabile in Inglese

http://mediafirefreaks.blogspot.com/2011/04/blue-bloods-season-1.ht...
Inizio della pagina Fine della pagina
tiger
Inviato 29/10/2011 12:39 (#88 - in risposta a #85)
Soggetto: Re: Notizie su Blue Bloods



Veteran

Messaggi inviati: 115
100
Gli share di ieri

http://www.tvblog.it/post/29067/ascolti-tv-venerdi-28-ottobre-2011-...
Inizio della pagina Fine della pagina
tiger
Inviato 26/11/2011 10:43 (#99 - in risposta a #88)
Soggetto: Re: Notizie su Blue Bloods



Veteran

Messaggi inviati: 115
100

Gli ascolti di ieri, leggermente in calo, l'episodio mi è piaciuto, un po' piu' scontato dei vecchi

Ascolti Tv venerdì 25 novembre 2011: I Migliori Anni 4,202 mln (17.64%), Baarìa 3,682 (16.57%) e Colorado 2,888 (11.97%)
pubblicato: 26 novembre 2011 da Michele Biondi

PRIME TIME
Logo Rai1 Il varietà I migliori Anni condotto da Carlo Conti con ospite tra gli altri Lucio Dalla ha registrato 4.202.000 telespettatori, share 17,64%.
Logo Rai2 La serie in prima tv NCIS Los Angeles ha ottenuto nell”episodio “L’uomo razzo” una media di 2.204.000 telespettatori, share 7,54%. A seguire, il telefilm in prima visione Blue Bloods in “Vecchi ricordi” ha avuto 1.850.000 6,62%.

 

http://www.tvblog.it/post/30051/ascolti-tv-venerdi-25-novembre-2011-baaria-colorado-migliori-anni

Inizio della pagina Fine della pagina
tiger
Inviato 19/5/2012 16:43 (#133 - in risposta a #99)
Soggetto: Re: Notizie su Blue Bloods



Veteran

Messaggi inviati: 115
100

Articolo interessante

 

Jesse Stone 

Tom Selleck’s return as Jesse Stone proves again he can play a different kind of top cop  

'Benefit of the Doubt' brings back star of 'Blue Bloods' as small-town lawman


Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/television/tom-selleck-return-jesse-stone-proves-play-a-kind-top-article-1.1080637#ixzz1vKKEJuNy
 

Tom Selleck keeps getting better and better in his “other” cop job.

“Benefit of the Doubt” marks his eighth in a series of television movies as Jesse Stone, a small-town police chief dogged by small-town politics and his own big-time demons.

The quality of the scripts has, frankly, been uneven. This one falls somewhere in the middle.

But the quality never falls below solid, probably because the movies are based on the Robert Parker novels, and Selleck plays this character now as comfortably as his golden retriever settles down for a nap.

It’s also interesting to note the similarities between Jesse Stone and Frank Reagan, the New York police commissioner Selleck plays on CBS’s “Blue Bloods.”

In fact, it’s impossible not to notice the similarities, since logic says they shouldn’t exist.

Frank Reagan is proud and confident, the ascendant head of a police family. Every Sunday the whole clan gathers around the table, three generations of Reagans reaffirming their bonds with each other.

Jesse Stone lives alone, unless you count the dog and the glass from which he sips his whiskey. He doesn’t do much with other people — not because he doesn’t like them, but because he has little idea how to deal with them unless he’s on official police business.

Yet Jesse and Frank share some critical traits. They never use two words when one will do. They need a reason to bring anyone else into the loop on anything. They have police instincts and couldn’t stifle them if they tried.

“Benefit of the Doubt” begins with Jesse still quietly mourning the police chief position he lost because a town official wanted his son-in-law to get the gig.

Things change, however, when a bomb goes off and the son-in-law is killed, along with another cop whom Jesse fired.

Jesse is reinstated — perhaps for just long enough to catch the perp, perhaps for longer — and it becomes clear this wasn’t the act of someone who was upset over a parking ticket.

To start getting to the truth, Jesse begins reassembling his posse, starting with longtime assistant Rose Gammon (Kathy Baker) and his deputy Luther “Suitcase” Simpson (Kohl Sudduth).

He also is back with State Homicide Commander Healy (Stephen McHattie), his quasi- counselor Dr. Dix (William Devane) and even his mob frenemy Gino Fish (William Sadler).

The exotic Thelma Gleffey (Gloria Reuben) also hovers in his life, and while her presence in the otherwise all-white New England town of Paradise remains somewhat puzzling, she helps Jesse make it through the night.

While the plot of “Benefit” wraps around itself a couple of times, the cast gives us plenty of reasons to keep watching and see if it will straighten out.

Happily for us, if not for Jesse, the dramas of Paradise never completely resolve themselves.

That’s good news to all fans now hoping for number nine.



 

 

Inizio della pagina Fine della pagina
tiger
Inviato 27/8/2012 00:26 (#140 - in risposta a #133)
Soggetto: Re: Notizie su Blue Bloods



Veteran

Messaggi inviati: 115
100
E qui abbiamo già la prima stagione in DVD

http://www.blogapuntate.it/post/32115/blue-bloods-stagione-1-in-dvd
Inizio della pagina Fine della pagina
tiger
Inviato 26/5/2013 09:50 (#161 - in risposta a #140)
Soggetto: Re: Notizie su Blue Bloods



Veteran

Messaggi inviati: 115
100
Ancora la pausa estiva; le puntate sono sempre meglio
Inizio della pagina Fine della pagina
Vai alla pagina : 1
Stai visualizzando la pagina 1 [25 messaggi per pagina]
Vai al forum :
Cerca in questo forum
versione stampabile
Invia un link a questo argomento via e-mail

(Cancella tutti i cookies provenienti daquesto sito)
In progressione MegaBBS ASP Forum Software
© 2002-2020 PD9 Software