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Woman wanted in disappearance of Jonathan Tucker

Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public's help in locating Christie "BeBe" McKnight, 30, who is wanted in the ongoing investigation of the disappearance of Jonathan Tucker, 22, of Hammond. Chief Jimmy Travis said sheriff's office detectives have an outstanding warrant to arrest McKnight on a charge obstruction...
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‘Debris’ Creator J.H. Wyman & Star Jonathan Tucker On Tonight’s Season 1 Finale, Hopes For Renewal By NBC, & What Does It All Mean?

SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details from the Debris Season 1 finale. “Well, if the worst case is to happen, that, they decide that they weren’t going to continue this, I would look for other avenues to continue telling this story, because I think that the story itself is really a story worth writing about, and so much more to tell,” says Debris creator J.H. Wyman of the NBC bubble show that ended its first mind-bending season tonight.
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Binge This: ‘Debris’ Star Jonathan Tucker Recommends ‘Normal People’ and UFC Fight Nights

Need a streaming rec? Take it from actor Jonathan Tucker, who has recommendations galore. Whether you’re looking for sports, drama, sci-fi, or romance, Tucker has series to share for our Decider readers. The American actor has starred in films like The Ruins and Virgin Suicides, as well as series like Westworld and Parenthood. Watch him rattle off his recs above, and then read about the series he recommends.
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Debris star Jonathan Tucker says the finale 'will turn the whole thing upside down'

Warning: This post contains spoilers from the May 3 episode of Debris. Bryan (Jonathan Tucker) and Finola (Riann Steele) have made it out of the time loop. We think. After two episodes of trying desperately to figure out how a piece of debris was resetting (and ultimately changing) reality, Finola pieced together how to get things back to normal. But the question of whether they managed to reset everything perfectly remains. "You're going to be figuring out if things are still 100 percent," star Jonathan Tucker says as we head into the final three episodes of Debris' first season.
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DEBRIS’ Jonathan Tucker on the Series-Changing 2-Parter

Throughout eight episodes of NBC’s Debris, it seemed like anything was possible. Now the show’s first two-part story has revealed just how true that is. A powerful piece from the destroyed alien ship rewrote reality, again and again. Space and time were at risk of collapsing entirely, putting the whole universe at risk. This ups the ante on just how weird things can get on the show, and also how intense.
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Debris' Jonathan Tucker unpacks Bryan's big admission in 'Do You Know Icarus?' and what comes next

In the first eight episodes of NBC's sci-fi drama, Debris, CIA operative Bryan Beneventi (Jonathan Tucker) and MI6 operative Finola Jones (Riann Steele) have worked together under the joint organization Orbital to investigate pieces of an alien spacecraft that have crashed to Earth. From the start, Beneventi's boss/handler, Craig Maddox (Norbert Leo Butz), has ordered him to lie to Jones about the truth about her "deceased" father, astrophysicist George Jones (Tyrone Benskin). However, as the debris cases have gotten weirder and more harrowing for the two agents in the field, so too has their interest in lying to each other to protect state secrets.
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Debris Star Jonathan Tucker Talks 'Looming Challenges' Of The Cliffhanger, Bryan's Feelings For Finola And More

Spoilers ahead for the ninth episode of Debris Season 1, called "Do You Know Icarus?" Debris spent the first eight episodes developing the characters, deepening the mythology, and answering some questions only to pose bigger ones. In this week's game-changing episode, Bryan and Finola went to investigate a case that turned out to be a lot more than met the eye. The episode went full Groundhog Day, but with a Debris twist that resulted in some big realizations and a doozy of a cliffhanger. Fortunately, star Jonathan Tucker shared some insight on what happened in "Do You Know Icaraus?" and what happens next on NBC's sci-fi drama.
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Jonathan Tucker Touts NBC's Debris as 'Mind-Bending' Fun (and Addresses Your Network Sci-Fi Drama Concerns)

You have concerns about NBC’s Debris sticking around for the long haul, and the sci-fi drama’s co-lead, Jonathan Tucker, is here to address them. Airing Mondays at 10/9c and created by Fringe‘s own J.H Wyman, Debris stars Tucker (Kingdom) and Riann Steele (The Magicians) as Bryan Beneventi and Finola Jones, agents for the CIA and MI6, respectively, who have been paired up to track down the fallen debris of an alien spacecraft wreck that was spotted six months prior by Finola’s late (?) astrophysicist father.
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What Happened When 'John Tucker' Met Jonathan Tucker (Exclusive)

The "Kingdom" star reveals what it's like to share a name with the on-screen bad boy. In 2006, Jesse Metcalfe starred in a teen comedy titled "John Tucker Must Die," a movie that gave a bad name to all the real-life John Tuckers in the world -- including "Kingdom" and "Debris" star Jonathan Tucker.
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Jonathan Tucker on the NBC Sci-Fi Series 'Debris' and Why He Wanted to Make a Traditional Network Show

From creator J.H. Wyman (Fringe, Almost Human), the NBC series Debris follows two agents – Bryan Beneventi (Jonathan Tucker), an American who’s seen too much, and Finola Jones (Riann Steele), a Brit who’s still trying to find her footing – that are tasked with tracking down the scattered wreckage from a destroyed alien spacecraft, as it reveals itself across the Western Hemisphere. The pieces don’t exactly follow the laws of physics, and their mere existence is a mystery that the world is definitely not ready for.
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Debris Star Jonathan Tucker Assures Fans: "We Know Where We're Going"

On Debris, Bryan and Fiona represent humanity as they search for meaning and understanding of space debris. That kind of representation comes naturally to Jonathan Tucker, who stars as Bryan Benveneti on the NBC series. He's got his feet firmly planted on the ground. You can see it in his performances, and conversations with him delightfully back up the notion.
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Debris star Jonathan Tucker says answers are coming

Jonathan Tucker is settling into his new leading man status. On NBC's Debris, Tucker plays Bryan Beneventi, a CIA operative who, paired with MI6 operative Finola Jones (Riann Steele), is tasked with finding scattered pieces of an alien spacecraft and figuring out how said pieces are affecting Earth and its inhabitants. "I think a previous version of me would've been scared of this show because I wasn't jumping from one cool thing to the next," says Tucker. "This could be a bit of a home for me for a little bit and I'm totally open to that and excited about it."
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Jonathan Tucker Reveals His ‘Biggest Concern’ Before Joining ‘Debris,’ Details Balancing Work and Being a Father

Although Jonathan Tucker was thrilled to lead a network TV show, joining Debris wasn’t a snap decision — especially with 21-month-old twins at home. “This isn’t a two-month movie. I could potentially be in this for a five-year long haul,” Tucker, 38, said on the Wednesday, March 3, episode of the “Watch With Us” podcast while promoting the new NBC series. “It’s daunting. I think, on one hand, you recognize how quickly life goes by. I certainly recognize that with my kids — all of a sudden six months [has passed]. I look at the photos and the videos, I can’t believe it. They’re like different animals! But you also have to, at least I think actors have to, take faith in the fact that careers are long too. And you need to be strategically patient in your life and in your career. I said, ‘This could be a home for me for a little bit.’ I think sometimes actors will, when they’re operating from a place of fear, will start to put up all of these reasons why they can’t do something, why they shouldn’t take that job.”