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No Tomorrow: 1×11 ‘No Woman No Cry’ Episodic Stills & Synopsis

I’ve added episodic stills from the upcoming eleventh episode of No Tomorrow into the gallery. You can also check out the official episode synopsis below:

EVIE IS TORN BETWEEN XAVIER AND TIMOTHY – Evie (Tori Anderson) is struggling with her feelings between a newly confident Timothy (Jesse Rath) and a more emotionally available Xavier (Joshua Sasse). Kareema (Sarayu Blue) takes a big step in her relationship, while Deirdre (Amy Pietz) is having some doubts about her future. Jonathan Langdon also stars. Scott McCabe and Tory Stanton wrote the episode, directed by Greg Beeman

No Tomorrow: 1×10 ‘No Soup for You’ Episodic Still & Synopsis

I’ve added episodic still from the upcoming tenth episode of No Tomorrow into the gallery. You can also check out the official episode synopsis below:

XAVIER CONFRONTS HIS FATHER – When Evie (Tori Anderson) confronts Xavier (Joshua Sasse) about his past, Xavier realizes it’s finally time to resolve his issues with his father (guest star Steven Brand). Evie uses the time away from Xavier to re-connect with Timothy (Jesse Rath), who’s been inspired by her new carpe-diem lifestyle. Hank (Jonathan Langdon) covers for Deirdre (Amy Pietz) when she gets sick, but it quickly gets emotionally complicated for the ex-lovers, and Kareema (Sarayu Blue) makes a shocking discovery about her reputation at work. Aaron Fullerton wrote the episode, directed by Anna Mastro

Kylie Minogue Makes Rare Appearance with Fiancé at 30th Annual ARIA Awards 2016, Pushes for Marriage Equality

Kylie Minogue Makes Rare Appearance with Fiancé at 30th Annual ARIA Awards 2016, Pushes for Marriage Equality

Kylie Minogue and her fiance made a rare public appearance together at the ARIA Awards to push for marriage equality.

Minogue and Joshua Sasse introduced Troye Sivan’s performance of ‘Youth’ to shine a spotlight on the British actor’s ‘Say I Do Down Under’ campaign for marriage equality.

She first joked her lover was supposed to bring her onto the stage as if he was carrying his bride over the traditional threshold.
“You were supposed to pick me up,” she said.

While they have been engaged for several months they have vowed not to get married until marriage equality is achieved in Australia.

Minogue and Sasse weren’t the only ones to make the political statement.

Source: News.com.au

No Tomorrow: 1×09 ‘No Truer Words’ Episode Synopsis

No Tomorrow: 1×09 ‘No Truer Words’ Episode Synopsis

Check out the official press release for the upcoming ninth episode of No Tomorrow which airs on December 6th. You can read the official episode description below:

HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY – Evie (Tori Anderson) must enlist Timothy’s (Jesse Rath) help after a hurtful secret shatters Xavier’s (Joshua Sasse) world. Meanwhile, Kareema (Sarayu Blue) tries to help her brother through heartbreak and Hank (Jonathan Langdon) finds he has competition for Deirdre’s (Amy Pietz) affections. Anna Fisher wrote the episode, directed by Ami Mann

No Tomorrow: 1×08 ‘No Rest for the Weary’ Episode Synopsis

No Tomorrow: 1×08 ‘No Rest for the Weary’ Episode Synopsis

Check out the official press release for the upcoming eighth episode of No Tomorrow.

EVIE GETS CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE -Xavier (Joshua Sasse) gets a job at Cybermart to spend more time with an overworked Evie (Tori Anderson), but ends up complicating her life when he rallies the warehouse employees into a strike. Meanwhile, Kareema (Sarayu Blue) decides to confront her feelings about her secret lover and makes a bold move. Amy Pietz, Jonathan Langdon and Jesse Rath also star. Jessica Chou wrote the episode, directed by Michael Schultz (#108).

‘No Tomorrow’ Receives No Additional Episodes as CW Sets Midseason Schedule

What a bummer. Hopefully The CW recognizes what a great show they have and despite not giving us a back nine of episodes they will still renew us. Stay positive, people!

The CW announced unveiled its midseason schedule Wednesday, setting premiere dates for new drama “Riverdale” as well as returning series “Reign,” “The 100,” “The Originals” and “iZombie.” Not on the midseason schedule are freshman series “Frequency” and “No Tomorrow.” The CW is not giving a full-season order to either show. Their fates will be determined at a later date.

The network also set a series finale for “The Vampire Diaries.” The drama will end its eight-season run on the CW March 10.

Beginning Jan. 26, “Legends of Tomorrow” will move into the 9 p.m. Monday time period currently occupied by “No Tomorrow,” pairing it with lead-in “The Flash.” “The 100” will debut its new season Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 9 p.m., taking over for “Frequency.”

“Riverdale” will debut Thursday, Jan. 26 at 9 p.m., following the return of “Supernatural” from its midseason hiatus. “Reign” will debut Friday, Feb. 10 at 9 p.m. After “The Vampire Diaries” ends, “The Originals” will premiere its new season Friday, March 17 at 8 p.m.

The “Legends of Tomorrow” season finale will air Tuesday, March 28. The following Tuesday, April 4, “iZombie” will debut its new season with back-to-back episodes. It will slide into its regular 9 p.m. time period following “The Flash” a week later. The “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” season finale will air Feb. 3.

The season finale of “No Tomorrow” will air Jan. 17, with the season finale of “Frequency” slated for Jan. 25. Both shows have a averaged a 0.3 live-plus-same day Nielsen rating among adults 18-49 this season, making them the network’s lowest-rated shows aside from “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” which airs Fridays.

Source: Variety.com

‘No Tomorrow’ Nominated for People’s Choice Award!

What a surprise! Looks like No Tomorrow has been nominated for Favorite New TV Drama for the People’s Choice Awards! How great is that? It’s pretty great. Be sure to click the image below to head on over and vote for the show!

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No Tomorrow: 1×07 ‘No You Say It First’ Episodic Stills

I’ve added episodic stills from the upcoming seventh episode of No Tomorrow into the gallery.

TIMING IS EVERYTHING – Evie (Tori Anderson) and Xavier (Joshua Sasse) struggle with saying those three little words to each other, while Hank (Jonathan Langdon) and Deirdre (Amy Pietz) attempt to keep their relationship under wraps. Evie also decides to pursue her dream job and goes to great lengths to impress the CEO (guest star Roger Bart), which ends up backfiring. Sarayu Blue and Jesse Rath also star. Grace Glassmeyer wrote the episode, directed by Stuart Gillard

No Tomorrow: 1×06 ‘No Debts Remain Unpaid’ Episodic Stills

I’ve added episodic stills from the upcoming episode of No Tomorrow into the gallery.

THE PAST COMES CALLING FOR EVIE AND XAVIER – Xavier’s (Joshua Sasse) unpaid debts catch up to him, while Evie (Tori Anderson) works to make things right between her parents (guest stars Ted McGinley and Gigi Rice). Kareema (Sarayu Blue) forges a surprising new connection and Hank (Jonathan Langdon) uncovers an interesting secret about Deirdre (Amy Pietz). Jesse Rath also stars. Justin W. Lo wrote the episode, directed by Allan Arkush

‘No Tomorrow’s Joshua Sasse Knows Exactly What He’d Do If The Apocalypse Was Near

‘No Tomorrow’s Joshua Sasse Knows Exactly What He’d Do If The Apocalypse Was Near

If you knew the world was going to end in less than a year, what would you do with your time? Who would you spend your remaining months with, and what wrongs would you seek to right? This is the premise explored in the CW’s No Tomorrow, about a cautious young woman, Evie, (Tori Anderson) who falls for the perfect man, Xavier (Joshua Sasse) — except he just happens to believe the apocalypse is nigh. Though Sasse doubts the show will prove his character right (“there are a few too many post-apocalyptic shows already,”) he supports the message the show boasts: Live every day like it’s your last.

“You just don’t know when life is going to end,” the 28-year-old English actor says. “The message they’re after is for people to really grasp and adopt the concept of carpe diem, and to remember what’s important in life. People have been saying [the world will end] forever. It’s not a new idea, but it’s an important and universal one.”

Like many of us, Xavier has a personal bucket list, except his is a doomsday list, and he’s attempting to cross one item off the list every day. Sasse has his own list of things to cross off, but they don’t include trying bone marrow or jumping off cliffs like his CW character. For the former Galavant actor, travel and exploration are the two items he wants to do more of. “Being an actor, you’re employed half the year and unemployed the other half of the year, so you get a chance to explore. So, my list is sort of day-to-day.”

And unlike Xavier, Sasse isn’t broadcasting his conspiracy theories to the world in the hopes of converting others. “I’ve got plenty [of theories], but they’re all private,” he teases. “It certainly baffles me looking up at the stars to think that we’re not alone out there. How could you possibly look at the North Star and feel like we’re the only thing out there? But, I don’t think that’s conspiracy. I think that’s just common sense.”

And yet, Sasse is quick to correct me when I call Xavier a conspiracy theorist. “To him it’s an empirical truth,” he says. “He’s done the math on this. For him It’s a fact, it’s not a conspiracy. A lot of people think he’s crazy, but to him it’s undeniable.”

While Xavier’s views on the world are less than popular, his instance in standing up for what he believes in is nothing short of inspiring. Sure, he hands out questionable end-of-the-world flyers and attempts to warn the world’s leading scientists of the impending apocalypse, but it’s only out of the goodness of his heart. If you believed the world was ending, wouldn’t you want the ones you loved — and the world — to know?

Like Xander, Sasse has an immense sense of passion and purpose which is fueled by his real life embodiment of carpe diem. His Instagram and Twitter account showcases his many causes: Marriage equality and animal rights being two of the most prominent. And of course, we can’t overlook the fact that the actor is a proud feminist.

“Anybody who is a part of society today should be a feminist. It’s about having equality across the board. Saying ‘I’m a feminist’ is just saying that I’m a considerate, genuine human begin with with a rational head on my shoulders,” he says, adding, “If you want to say you’re not a feminist then you can also just put ‘stupid’ across your forehead.” Amen. Continue reading