That’s right! Celebrating it’s 15th Anniversary, Hulu has announced that the entire series of Smallville will be available to stream starting on October 1st!
Smallville ended in 2011, having reached 10 seasons. The series starred Tom Welling as Clark Kent, Allison Mack, Kristin Kreuk, Michael Rosenbaum and John Schneider.
Make sure to check it out on Hulu on October 1st!
So if you saw the Facebook Live Michael did the other day you will know that Michael is going to be on Jason Manns new album ‘covers with friends’ which is out on September 1st! Miichael sings on the track Mad World and he sounds amazing as always we all know he has an incredible voice!
Here is the track listing:
Come Together (feat. Rob Benedict)
Mad World (feat. Michael Rosenbaum)
The Weight (feat. Jensen Ackles, Rob Benedict, Richard Speight, Jr., & Gil McKinney)
Simple Man (feat Jensen Ackles)
Dock of the Bay
Wagon Wheel (feat. Rob Benedict & Richard Speight, Jr.)
Higher and Higher (feat. Gil McKinney)
The Way You Make Me Feel
Stand by Me
I came across this old podcast of Michael on a show called The Game Over Greggy Show and it is so funny as always so give it a listen!
“Impastor” follows a “Fletch”-like con man with a wicked smirk and a wit to match, pretending to be a gay priest in a Norman Rockwell-inspired small town. But just when the show threatens to get saccharine sweet, someone gets murdered in cold blood; every time the main character seems like he’s straightening out his act, we see him doing drugs or re-acquainting himself with a hooker. Where is the show going? By the end of Season 1, nobody had a clue … but it sure was a fun ride.
Now, Season 2 is getting ready to debut September 28 (10:30 ET/PT), aiming to continue its unique mix of dark humor, religious themes and standout performances. To get ready, let’s go over everything we know about Buddy’s upcoming missionary positions.
It takes the ‘Halloween II’ approach
Which is to say, the second season will pick up immediately where Season 1 left off. When last we saw Buddy Dobbs, his assumption of the identity of gay Lutheran pastor Jonathan Barlow was threatening to crash down around him. According to the show’s official synopsis: “The second season of ‘Impastor’ picks up with Buddy’s life hanging in the balance as he tries to escape capture from both the police and a dangerous criminal from his past. All the while, he must juggle his godly responsibilities to his still unsuspecting staff.”
Things aren’t looking so good for the cops
One of the many ways “Impastor” subverted cliches in Season 1 was by presenting the two policemen on Buddy’s trail as not only inept, but largely indifferent. It was really hilarious, even if it was just a tiny part of the overall plot.
At the end of Season 1, Detectives Hyde and Lovello finally caught up to Buddy and charged him with the murder of Barlow. But as you can see from the trailer below, Season 2 seems to begin with them putting him in the back of their car — only to have it shot at by an assassin.
The next shot of Michael Rosenbaum in the backseat is classic “They’re dead, now’s my chance to escape!” Also, “Impastor” has demonstrated a shocking willingness to kill off characters, and a new police presence seems to be on the case. Also, there’s the old trick of looking at the show’s IMDb page, which seems to indicate that actors Matthew Kevin Anderson and Jonathan Young are only in six episodes between the two seasons, or in other words: off the show.
If so, it’s too bad, because their take on the police characters was very funny.
Russell makes his move
In the aftermath of everything, Russell (played by the very funny Mike Kosinski) offers to move in with Buddy “until this crisis is over.” If you’re a fan of the show, you know what this means: The gay Russell is going to continue making moves on the supposedly-gay Buddy. Turning up the heat, it’s going to become harder and harder for Buddy to keep track of where the lie ends and the truth begins.
Until now, Buddy’s home has been the only place where he is safe to unwind with his alcohol or drug of choice and be his true self.
Alexa’s past is still in play
Similarly projecting an image of wholesomeness to cover a dangerous past, Mircea Monroe’s Alexa Cummings (aka “Tina”) bonded with Buddy over the course of Season 1. When her old boyfriend came back into the picture, it was Buddy who called upon his old ways to keep her secret.
But in the Season 2 trailer, we see Buddy getting threatened by another tough-looking dude (who even throws him off a bridge!), then talking it over with Alexa. Putting two and two together, it seems like Alexa’s ex comes floating back to the surface (“Man, you let one dead body float to the top, they never let you forget it,” Buddy jokes) and it somehow leads to the guy wanting “My 20 g’s.”
Ashlee and Alden
This is gonna be good. Season 1 had the uptight Alden (David Rasche, aka “Sledge Hammer!“) leaving his long-time wife for a hot blonde who had just arrived in town — and was actually Ashlee, a prostitute that Buddy frequently employs.
Judging by the Season 2 trailer, the Ashlee-Alden relationship seems to be growing, and the president of Ladner Trinity Lutheran Church seems to remain oblivious to her origins. But is she really falling in love with him, or is this just another con?
“Keep your mouth shut?” the pastor whispers in Ashlee’s ear as they hug.
“That’s the first time you ever wanted that,” she whispers back, once again demonstrating the unique mix of bawdiness, danger and sweet-natured humor that we can’t wait to see more of when “Impastor” finally returns.
Can we get an amen? The second season of Impastor will premiere on TV Land, Wednesday, September 28th at 10:30pm ET/PT. It was originally scheduled to debut June 26, but TV Land announced the delay back in May. The Impastor season two premiere directly follows the third season premiere of Younger, which was just announced.
The Impastor TV series cast includes: Michael Rosenbaum, Sara Rue, Mircea Monroe, David Rasche, Mike Kosinski, Lindsey Gort, Matthew Kevin Anderson, Jonathan Young, and Bonita Friedericy. TV Land announced second season, back in March.
Let’s pause for a few seconds to think back to how great Justice League Unlimited was. If you’ve been waiting for a high definition version for your personal collection, that time has just about arrived. Warner Archive Collection is released Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series on Blu-ray for the first time in a full 16×9 widescreen presentation Tuesday, November 10, 2015.
The series was a follow up to the Justice League series and ran from 2004-2006. Instead of just having a core team, it featured a huge collection of characters from the DC library. The original seven members were joined by heroes such as Green Arrow, Supergirl, Black Canary, and more. Besides all the villains in the DCU, they also had their hands full with Lex Luthor and the legion of Doom.
The cast featured Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series) as Batman, George Newbern (Scandal) as Superman, Susan Eisenberg (Justice League) as Wonder Woman, Michael Rosenbaum (Impastor, Smallville) as Flash, Carl Lumbly (Alias) as J’onn J’onzz, Phil LaMarr (Futurama, Pulp Fiction) as Green Lantern and Maria Canals-Barrera (Wizards of Waverly Place, Cristela) as Hawkgirl.
Special features on Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series include:
Creator’s Commentary on the episodes “This Little Piggy” and “The Return”;
“And Justice for All”: a featurette on the process of revamping the series with new characters and a new creative direction;
“Cadmus Exposed”: Mark Hamill and series creative personnel discuss this popular series story arc;
“Justice League Chronicles”: The series’ writers, producers and directors discuss their favorite moments among final season episodes.
Warner Archive have announced that all 39 episodes of “Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series” will be released for the first time on Bluray on November 10th, 2015.
Bruce Timm’s Justice League Unlimited hits Blu-ray for the first time! A follow-up to Justice League, Justice League Unlimited opens up the DC animated universe to more heroes and villains.
The popular series aired for three seasons on the Cartoon Network from July 31, 2004 – May 13, 2006 and starred the voice talents of Kevin Conroy as Batman, George Newbern as Superman, Susan Eisenberg as Wonder Woman, Michael Rosenbaum as Flash, Carl Lumbly as Martian Manhunter, Phil LaMarr as Green Lantern, and Maria Canals Barrera as Hawkgirl.
“Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series” on Bluray will retail for $35.99 (USD) and is currently available for pre-order at the discounted price of $28.39 at WBShop.com.
He wasn’t interested in the glory or attention. In fact, he didn’t initially participate in any plays.
“I was taking drama classes, but I was still nervous and shy,” he said. “My teacher said — I was a senior — she said, ‘Listen, you can’t take Drama 4 unless you audition for a play.'”
Reluctantly, he agreed to try out for Grease.
“Doesn’t every actor audition for Grease?” he asked.
To his surprise, he landed the part of the dance-show host.
“‘Hey, hey, this is the main brain, Vince Fontaine — spin the sacks of wax here at the house of wax, WAXX,'” Rosenbaum recited. “I still remember because I was sooo nervous.”
He seemed to make a light-year leap from Vince Fontaine to Lex Luthor, the role he played for 10 seasons on the TV series Smallville.
Another seismic revelation is involved in his playing a con man with peerless timing on the TV Land comedy Impastor. A street-wise grifter, the character suddenly finds himself heading a devout Lutheran congregation that mistakes him for the new pastor.
The series has already been renewed for another season.
At age 43, Rosenbaum no longer qualifies as a nervous newcomer.
“If you knew me in high school, I was the shortest kid in high school,” he said. “I didn’t start puberty till late. I didn’t have many friends. I like to call myself ‘ahead of the times.’
“The next morning (after Grease), I was walking down the hallway and a couple of the popular kids said, ‘Hey, you’re pretty funny.’
“So for me, not being me onstage, I could be any weird eccentric; anything I wanted to do onstage, I could do. I didn’t feel like I was being judged. It was my time. And I built slowly through college, doing more plays and off-Broadway. I started to build more confidence, and suddenly I started to realize: ‘Hey, you know what? You might have a career in this!'”
Several people along the way — including his grandmother Ruthie — encouraged him.
In her honor, he wears a tattoo on his arm.
“You need somebody — your grandmother or somebody who believes in you,” he said. “She said, ‘You’re the only one who listens to me.’ . . . I wanted to hear her stories. We’d sit around and talk for hours. I filmed her and interviewed her about her life. She was tough. . . . I learned how to be tough from her.”
Rosenbaum had reached his late 20s when he lost his grandmother.
“Grandma’s death made me cherish the important things more,” he said. “My grandma’s death made me think more about life. People die around you, and, all of a sudden, the world stops and it’s amazing how it takes you back to reality. People say, ‘Do you get over someone’s death?’ You never get over it; you just learn to live with it.”
Although he would like to have a wife and family, Rosenbaum has yet to meet the right woman.
“I had a little dysfunctional family (growing up), and, for me, I always look a little too closely at red flags. I go, ‘Ew, that makes me think of certain things when I was younger.’
“Eventually, I want to have a family, find somebody who’s patient with me. The last girl I went out with was a teacher from Montreal. She was a great girl, but she was too far away. But I don’t give up.”