Sky Living Sets UK Return Date For ‘Stalker’

CBS’ drama series Stalker will return to Sky Living to finish airing its first season from Monday March 30th at 10pm, it has been announced.

Created by Kevin Williamson, Stalker follows the detectives of the LAPD’s Threat Assessment Unit who investigate stalking cases. Warner Bros Television and Outerbanks Entertainment produces the drama series, which stars Dylan McDermott, Maggie Q, Mariana Klaveno, Elisabeth Rohm and Victor Rasuk.

In the next new episode, titled Secrets and Lies, the Mayor is victimized by a stalker and the TAU must determine if he is being harassed by one of his angry constituents or if a scandalous secret from his past is coming back to haunt him.


Why Don’t Maggie Q and Dylan McDermott Have a Wedding Date?

Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q’s romance blossomed on the job, so it’s not surprising that the busy actors haven’t settled on a wedding date.

Sporting a gigantic diamond on her left ring finger, the actress, 35, posed for photos with McDermott, 53, at the N.Y.C. premiere of Insurgent. Asked if she and her fiancé, who star together in CBS’s Stalker, have found the right time to tie the knot, the actress told PEOPLE, “We’re fishing! We’re fishing for dates.”

The holdup: Their busy careers, including new movies in the works for both.

“So, yeah, [it’s] because of work and … because you gotta balance everything,” said Q.

The former Nikita star plays a tattoo artist in this movie, and laughed about portraying yet another butt-kicking character.

“I don’t know [why]! It’s weird. I think part of why I got the film was the chemistry [with film makers],” she said.

Asked what she’d admit to being afraid of under Divergent-style truth serum, the actress told PEOPLE, “Snakes and rats all around me. I am terrified – like, my heart – I can’t breathe. It’s a whole thing.”

The couple began dating last October. McDermott ended his 14-year marriage to actress Shiva Rose in 2009. They have two daughters together.


Photos: “The Divergent Series: Insurgent” New York Premiere

I have added images of Dylan attending the Insurgent premiere with Maggie Q last night.

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Appearances and Events > 2015 > March 16: “The Divergent Series: Insurgent” New York Premiere

Photos: The View Talk Show Captures

I’ve added captures of Dylan when he did a appearance on The Talk back in November of last year with co-star Maggie Q to promote Stalker.

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Photos: Stalker 1.11 Tell All Captures

I have added captures of Dylan from episode 11 of season 1 of Stalker to the gallery.

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Photos: “Autómata” Captures

I have added images of Dylan’s role in Autómata to our gallery.

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Photos: Stalker HD Screencaptures

I have added screencaptures of Dylan from Stalker to the gallery!

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Photos: People’s Choice Awards 2015 Nominations Press Conference

I have added over 100 images of Dylan at the People’s Choice Awards to the gallery.

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Appearances and Events > 2014 > November 5: People’s Choice Awards 2015 Nominations Press Conference

Sky Living Sets UK Premiere Date For ‘Stalker’

CBS’s new drama series Stalker will receive its UK premiere on Sky Living on Monday November 10th at 10pm, it has been announced.


Dylan McDermott, Andrew Jenks Give Student Filmmakers a Chance

If you have one person in your life to believe in you, you can do anything,” Dylan McDermott tells us in between takes on the set of his new CBS show, “Stalker.”

For Andrew Jenks, the founder of the Varsity Brands All American High School Film Festival, being held Oct. 24-26 in New York, that person was McDermott.

“Dylan was one of the first people (who) told me I wrote a good script,” says the 28-year-old Jenks, best known for his award-winning MTV documentary series “World of Jenks.” When searching for support for the festival, Jenks says McDermott was his first consideration. “I thought about who I knew that would be willing to give their time even when their time is precious,” he explains.

The two met a few years ago through a mutual friend, discussed a film written by Jenks for McDermott to star in, and bonded over a shared desire to help high-school-age kids step out creatively, particularly with arts programs being slashed in schools, and filmmaking an art form easily adapted by teens since the rise of mobile technology and DSLR cameras.

So the two — along with Ed Burns and Hollywood friends like Doug Ellin and Kristen Stewart — are paying it forward. The fest’s prizes include one week on a Relativity Studios movie, and a weeklong gig on a documentary project by Siskel/Jacobs Prods. Sponsors are Cantinas Entertainment, Moviefone, Sony and social media app Keek, among others.

“I’m watching films by 16-year-olds, and seeing how remarkable it is that they have this kind of vision,” McDermott says. “They have something to say. That’s what art is all about.”

After last year’s fest, Burns was equally impressed. “These filmmakers restore your faith in the future of cinema,” he noted.

For Jenks, who has films on HBO (“Andrew Jenks, Room 335”) and ESPN (“The Zen of Bobby V”), the competition presents the type of opportunity student athletes get, but not young creatives.

“There are all these kids making great films, and we want to make sure they have a place to showcase them,” he says.