Philip has given an interview to Greek website 'Free Cinema' to promote the second series of Outcast. The interview was recorded at the Outcast Press Junket back in January. It was conducted in English, but Greek subtitles are provided.
We have added screencaps and video from Philip's appearance on Sunday Brunch last week (2nd April).
Philip was on the show for the full three hours, tasting different foods and cocktails and contributing to various discussion, however, due to the size restrictions we have had to limit the video to just his individual cooking segment and interview. If you want to watch the whole show it is still available on All4.
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It's been a few days but we can finally bring you screencaps and video of Philip on The Nightly Show.
Philip was on the show on Tuesday (4th April) with guest host Bradley Walsh. He talked about the second series of Outcast and they showed an exclusive clip from the upcoming second episode. There were also humourous antics in the form of two min-games - 'Celebrity Circuits' and 'Messing with Millenials'.
Full gallery: The Nightly Show Screencaps
Philip appeared on The One Show this evening as he continued his promotion of the second series of Outcast.
In a rather amusing interview, he revealed that he and co-star Wrenn Schmidt had created a premise for a tongue-in-cheek musical version of Outcast! They also had Philip play a game where he had to rate different scenarios by how scary he found them, including helping his children with their maths homework to working with John Simm again.
If you missed the interview, you can watch it below:
For more screencaps please visit our dedicated gallery.
Philip Glenister appeared on today's This Morning to promote the second series of Outcast. He gave a brief synopsis of the show and talked about filming and those stunts he keeps trying to get out of. There was also a brief appearance from Phil's youngest daughter, Charlotte as it was revealed she had helped her Dad perfect his American accent.
If you missed the interview, you can catch up below:
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This morning Philip appeared on Michael Ball's BBC Radio 2 Sunday morning show. He spoke about Outcast, Life on Mars and revealed he is about to start filming a new, as yet untitled, project for Sky. Production for which will take place in America.
If you missed the interview you can listen again below.
Season two of possession-series-with-a-twist Outcast, created by The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman, begins in the UK in April.
Philip, who plays Rev Anderson in the show, spoke to Jayne Nelson of MYMBuzz ahrad of the broadcast, about the bigger and more dangerous series 2.
The biggest arc that I can tell you is the fact that what we, the characters, and the audience perceive as being this virus – this threat that’s spreading – turns out to be much, much, much bigger and more dangerous thing than any of us thought possible. Season one was quite a slow-burner in order for the audience to get acquainted with the characters, so the bar is raised pretty high now in season two. The other things I would say is that Sidney, Brent Spiner’s character, is not necessarily the sum of his parts and is certainly not working alone. So he’s not just this slightly strange figure; there’s some sort of thing going on there. And the crux of it is that what we realise now is that anybody and everybody could be possessed. Which creates a state of paranoia and fear and distrust amongst the townsfolk, which have repercussions.
Read the rest of the interview at MYMBUZZ
Outcast series 2 begins on 3rd April on FOXTVUK
Earlier today, Philip appeared on ITV chat show, This Morning to promote his new US drama Outcast and address those Life on Mars movie rumours. We have added over 200 screencaps of the interview to our gallery.
You can watch the interview below, but we've had to remove the archive footage due to copyright issues.
Philip appeared on this morning's episode of Sunday Brunch on Channel 4 to talk about Outcast.
As well as promoting Outcast, he was asked what his favourite film about football was. He said that it wasn't a film but a scene in Kes - Brian Connelly pretending to be Bobby Charlton. While on the subject of movies, Philip also revealed that while filming Outcast, he visited the Studio Movie Grill in Charlotte - where you have a folding airplane style table and press a button to call a waiter. He ordered a burger, chips and a pint. He was “happy as larry".
Film critic Mark Kermode, who was also in the show, was outraged. “Was there no part of you that though you should be concentrating on the film?”
Phil replied, “It’s Bond!”
This lead Kermode to joke that, “that answer is why you’re not in the running to play Bond!"
Philip joined in with eclair and brandy tasting and helped to make the shows dessert - a honey, ricotta and raisin cake.
Full Gallery: Sunday Brunch Photos
The Press Association have released this short video interview with Phil about his new show, Outcast.
Outcast is currently airing on Tuesdays at 10pm on Fox in the UK.
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