• Collider interviews Jamie Bell, who says TV has surpassed movies “in terms of the way people invest in these shows and invest in these characters, and give up so much of their time to follow these people’s stories.”
• “Tapping into an obscure piece of early American History, TURN is full of possibilities,” Blogcritics says of AMC’s Revolutionary War-era drama.
• The Times Union of Albany, N.Y. profiles Heather Lind, who grew up in the area and says, of the Revolutionary War, “There wasn’t a way to be neutral. You really had to take a side. War was happening in your living room.”
• The Sydney Morning Herald calls TURN a “ripper of a story.”
• Capitol File speaks with Jamie Bell about the Irish lilt he uses for Abraham, how he “wanted him to feel like an underdog, someone with passion, and someone, you know, who had to fight back, and Irish just seemed to stick.”
• Jamie Bell tells Examiner.com that Abraham was just “a blue-collar kid, who suddenly had this incredible calling and incredible responsibility put in his shoulders.”
• TURN‘s music supervisor, Thomas Golubić, talks to Radio.com about asking Sarah Blasko, an Australian singer, to provide one of the songs in “Of Cabbages and Kings.”
• Playbill reports that Seth Numrich will return to the London stage in Fathers and Sons this summer.
• Broadway World has a sneak peek of Episode 4, “Eternity How Long.”
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