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Paradiso Media Unveils Three New Shows, Including ‘Conference Call’ with Jeff Ward, Gregory Stees, Elizabeth Henstridge (EXCLUSIVE)

Click here to read the full article. French-American podcast network Paradiso Media has unveiled a trio of prestige podcast shows, “Wild Whispers,” “STYX” and “Conference Call” with high-profile talent, including Jeff Ward (“Hacks”), Gregory Stees (“Funny or Die”) and Elizabeth Henstridge (“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.).” All three shows were presented at Series Mania’s”IP Pitch: Podcast to Screen” session where Paradiso Media was out in force. “Conference Call” is a new scripted startup parody podcast adapted from Paradiso’s own hit French podcast “Conf Call” which was released in Europe on Deezer. Ward and Stees wrote and directed the audio show which is structured...
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Superman & Lois: 5 Questions With Anti-Hero Director Elizabeth Henstridge

Not long after Mighty Morphin Power Rangers star Amy Jo Johnson directed an episode of The CW's Superman & Lois, they doubled down on genre actors with the Arrowverse debut of Marvel's Agents of SHIELD star Elizabeth Henstridge, who directed tonight's episode, "Anti-Hero." Henstridge, who directed a fan-favorite episode of SHIELD before the series ended, told ComicBook that she actively sought out producer Greg Berlanti in general, and Superman & Lois in particular, as she started digging into TV writing gigs.
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From Marvel to DC: S.H.I.E.L.D. alum Elizabeth Henstridge on directing Superman & Lois

For Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. alum Elizabeth Henstridge, who directs the latest episode of Superman & Lois, making the leap from Marvel to DC Comics didn't require superpowers. "There's a lot of similarities between Marvel and DC, so I felt pretty well-equipped to come into this world," Henstridge, who played Agent Jemma Simmons on the ABC-Marvel drama, tells EW. "I'm just a massive fan of Superman & Lois. I really pushed hard to get an episode, did a lot of homework that involved watching every episode a million times. Everybody around this project is just so passionate and knowledgeable and kind of a geek about it like me, that I felt very at home."
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Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Elizabeth Henstridge Reacts To Marvel Series' Move To Disney+

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. came to an end after seven seasons in 2020, but it’s still widely loved by fans. Luckily, they'll now have a new way to revisit the series. The show, along with all of the Marvel Netflix shows, is heading to Disney+ later this month after leaving the streaming giant. And now that S.H.I.E.L.D. is set to make the massive move, Elizabeth Henstridge has reacted to the news.
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Superman & Lois: Director Elizabeth Henstridge Teases This Week's Episode Will Break Your Heart

This week's episode of Superman & Lois, "Anti-Hero", will see Agents of SHIELD star Elizabeth Henstridge stepping behind the camera for The CW's Arrowverse and given the events of last week's "Tried and True", the episode is poised to be a tense one. With Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) detained on treason charges and pleas to investigate Ally Allston (Rya Kihlstedt) seeming to fall on deaf ears — not to mention issues within the Kent family — there is a lot going on and, according to Henstridge, the episode is going to pack a major emotional punch. Henstridge told TV Line that fans should be prepared for "Anti-Hero" to break their hearts.
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Actors Georgina Campbell and Elizabeth Henstridge on new thriller series 'Suspicion'

After the son of a media mogul is kidnapped at a New York City hotel, five Brits who happened to be staying there at the time become targets of the investigation. Georgina Campbell and Elizabeth Henstridge are two of the stars of the new Apple TV thriller, and they join Good Day to talk about their characters.
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INTERVIEW: Elizabeth Henstridge, Kunal Nayyar & Tom Rhys Harries Talk ‘Suspicion’

What would you do if your life was turned upside down because of a trip? An accusation? A missing son? That’s what happens to five ordinary people who are accused of kidnapping the son of U.S. media mogul during a trip on Apple TV’s newest show Suspicion. All thriller with a healthy serving of mystery, it breaks down what you think you know about people and if you can trust those around you, who are unfortunately stuck in the same situation.
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'Agents of SHIELD' Star Elizabeth Henstridge Reveals If She Would Return for Series Revival (Exclusive)

Agents of SHIELD star Elizabeth Henstridge spent seven seasons on the hit Marvel series, and the actress recently revealed to PopCulture.com if she would ever return for a revival. In Agents of SHIELD, Henstridge played biochemist Jemma Simmons, a crucial member of the Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement, and Logistics Division team. While promoting her new Apple TV+ show, Suspicion, Henstridge spoke exclusively with PopCulture about her feelings on the fan-favorite comic series, and whether or not she'd want to return for a reboot.
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'Suspicion' Cast Members Kunal Nayyar, Elizabeth Henstridge and Tom Rhys Harries Talk New Apple TV+ Thriller Series (Exclusive)

Apple TV+'s newest series Suspicion recently debuted on the streaming service, and cast members Kunal Nayyar, Elizabeth Henstridge and Tom Rhys Harries are excited for viewers to check out the new thriller series. During an exclusive interview with PopCulture.com, the trio of stars opened up about working on the show, with Henstridge gushing over her excitement. "I'm excited to hear how people feel along the journey, like who they're rooting for, whose side they're on and how it changes," she said.
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'Suspicion': Elizabeth Henstridge on Her Attraction to the Suspenseful Thriller Series and How Each Character Has Their Own Secret

Apple TV+ original crime thriller series Suspicion follows five ordinary Brits who are accused of being involved in kidnapping the son of a prominent American businesswoman (Uma Thurman), after its discovered that they were all in the same New York hotel on the night that it happened. As they try to prove their innocence and secrets start to be uncovered, they also start to suspect each other.
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Agents of Shield Star Elizabeth Henstridge Speaks Out on Joining the MCU

Marvel's Agents of SHIELD star Elizabeth Henstridge has two minds about reprising her role as Jemma Simmons in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans who followed the series through its seven seasons on ABC will remember that it started with close ties to the Marvel Studios films. It spun directly out of The Avengers and often included episodes leading into or coming out of other movies like Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Thor: The Dark World, and Avengers: Age of Ultron. But as the show went on, it seemed to drift further and further away from the Marvel Cinematic Universe canon.
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INTERVIEW: Elizabeth Henstridge, Kunal Nayyar & Tom Rhys Harries Talk ‘Suspicion’

What would you do if your life was turned upside down because of a trip? An accusation? A missing son? That’s what happens to five ordinary people who are accused of kidnapping the son of U.S. media mogul during a trip on Apple TV’s newest show Suspicion. All thriller with a healthy serving of mystery, it breaks down what you think you know about people and if you can trust those around you, who are unfortunately stuck in the same situation.

Kunal Nayyar, Elizabeth Henstridge: 'Suspicion' nightmare could happen to anyone

NEW YORK Feb. 4 (UPI) -- The Big Bang Theory alum Kunal Nayyar says the most disturbing aspect of his new Apple TV+ techno-thriller, Suspicion, is how realistic it is. Debuting Friday, the show follows several London strangers -- including Nayyar's ambitious cybersecurity expert, Aadesh -- who are identified as the masked suspects in the high-profile kidnapping of the son of media mogul Katherine Newman (Uma Thurman) in New York.